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NSW > Sydney

Registered Nurses

Estia Health

REGISTERED NURSE Permanent Full Time and Part Time Opportunities | Various Shifts Progressive and dynamic management team with supportive consumer focus Convenient location close to public transport, hospitals and town centre About Estia Health Kogarah Estia Health Kogarah is an aged care home with a difference. From its modern architectural design, attractive terraces and city skyline views, Estia Health Kogarah captures the essence of contemporary aged care living. Conveniently located close to public transport, hospitals and Kogarah's town centre, Estia Health Kogarah is in a prime location to cater for all aged care needs. Our multilingual staff provide a warm, quiet and friendly home-like environment for residents with a range of care requirements, including a secure dementia care unit. About the role Estia Health Kogarah are looking for experienced Registered Nurses to join their team on a Full Time or Part Time basis working across a range of morning, afternoon and evening shifts (across a 7 day working roster). Working in the clinical team, our Registered Nurses inspire others while coordinating the provision of daily care needs to our residents. The role also involves: The provision of clinical care in accordance with legislation and practice within a professional and ethical frame work Completing comprehensive, individual assessments and care plans for new and existing residents Ensuring timely and accurate documentation including ACFI What we will do for you At Estia Health, our people are the heart of our organisation, we love to see our team develop their careers with us Join one of Australia's leading aged care providers in one of the fastest-growing industries Support with Nursing studies and the opportunity to progress as a Registered Nurse once complete Lead a team and develop your coaching skills as you work to educate our carers Regular toolbox talks so you stay informed on processes Development opportunities such as our Emerging Leaders Program for high performing staff to be mentored by a member of our executive team Work in your local community and make a difference to the lives of our residents About you You'll bring to the role your passionate and caring nature and you will have: Current AHPRA Registration 12 months experience as a Registered Nurse Excellent communication and clinical documentation skills Excellent time management and organisational skills The ability to effectively lead a team (leadership experience highly regarded) Experience working within an Aged Care or similar environment Prior ACFI experience A commitment to keeping yourself and others safe Join us! If this sounds like the role for you, click on APPLY! If you would like to know more, please call us on 02 9053 1800 or by emailing us at Kogarah@estiahealth.com.au To find out more about Estia Health and the wonderful work we do, please visit and follow our LinkedIn page at https://www.linkedin.com/company/estia-health/Permanent Full Time and Part Time Opportunities | Various Shifts, Progressive and dynamic management team with supportive consumer focus, Convenient location close to public transport, hospitals and town centre

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... consumer focus Convenient location close to public transport, hospitals and town centre About Estia ... aged care living. Conveniently located close to public transport, hospitals and Kogarah's town centre, Estia Health ...
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NSW > Sydney

Food Services Assistant

Estia Health

Food Services Assistant Stable working hours at a leading aged care provider within a growing industry Regular training to develop your basic cooking and hygiene skills Progressive and dynamic management team with supportive consumer focus About Estia Health Epping Estia Health Epping - 'The Poplars' - is one of Australia's most well-established aged care homes, with a history dating back to 1928. And while it has been recently rebuilt and modernised, the home still retains its exceptional Frank Lloyd Wright inspired interiors, creating a residence with the character of a grand country house. Set on an acre, Estia Health Epping is located on a quiet residential street close to public transport and the green expanse of the adjoining Epping Oval. Various members of staff speak a second language and a number have been at the residence for many years, providing a genuine sense of familiarity, stability and understanding. About the role Estia Health Epping are looking for an experienced Food Services Assistant to join their team on a Part Time basis working multiple morning shifts a week; from Monday to Friday, 6:30am to 3:00pm. Working in the hospitality team, our Food Services Assistants are responsible for providing residents with memorable dining experiences. The role involves: Preparation, presentation and delivery of food and beverages in accordance with the Food Safety Program Washing dishes and cleaning according to the Food Safety Program Adhering to and assisting with general Food Safety compliance activities Contribute to menu planning to meet resident's needs and preferences What we will do for you At Estia Health, our people are the heart of our organisation, we love to see our team develop their careers with us. Join one of Australia's leading aged care providers in one of the fastest growing industries Work in your local community and make a difference to the lives of our residents Feel supported by the Head Chef and kitchen team With a number of homes across the country, there is opportunity to progress internally! Estia offers a range of benefits including attractive remuneration packages with workplace banking, novated leases and EAP services Annual Flu Shot provided About you You'll bring to the role your passionate and caring nature and you will have: Basic food handling course certificate Experience in a kitchen environment and food services (preferably Residential Aged Care) Demonstrated ability to work within a multi-disciplinary team Effective time management and organisational skills Effective and positive communication skills A friendly and welcoming demeanour Knowledge of Work Health and Safety and a commitment to keep yourself and others safe and well Join us! If this sounds like the role for you, click on APPLY ! If you would like to know more, please call us on 02 9877 4300 or by emailing us at Epping@estiahealth.com .au To find out more about Estia Health and the wonderful work we do, please visit and follow our LinkedIn page at https://www.linkedin.com/company/estia-health/Stable working hours at a leading aged care provider within a growing industry, Regular training to develop your basic cooking and hygiene skills, Progressive and dynamic management team with supportive consumer focus

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... house. Set on an acre, Estia Health Epping is located on a quiet residential street close to public transport and the green expanse of the adjoining Epping Oval. Various members of staff speak a second language and a ...
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NSW > NSW North Coast

Cook and Food Services Assistant

Estia Health

Cook / Food Services Assistant Permanent Part Time and Casual Opportunities | Stable Shifts Progressive and dynamic management team with supportive consumer focus 100 bed modern home in beautiful mid north coast area (3 hours from Sydney) About Estia Health Forster Combining stylish living with a home-like charm, Estia Health Forster offers the very best in individualised care and wellbeing. The single-level home is situated close to transport, the Stockland Forster Shopping Centre, specialty shops and local waterways. With bright and relaxing living areas and a variety of events and activities, our residents enjoy the perfect balance of engaging social pursuits and opportunities for quieter times in a supportive environment. About the role Estia Health Forster are looking for experienced Cooks and Food Services Assistants to join their team on a Part Time or Casual basis working across a range of shifts on a 7 day roster. This role involves: Ensure our residents are provided with healthy, nutritious and delicious meals Tailoring meals to meet individual needs and preferences Working alongside the Head Chef to assist with kitchen management Support the broader kitchen team to deliver a memorable dining experience What we will do for you At Estia Health, our people are the heart of our organisation, we love to see our team develop their careers with us. Quarterly Masterclasses with other Cooks and Chefs Opportunity to mentor and learn from others in your peer group Expand your own skillset with regular development sessions Work across a wide network within our number of homes Join one of Australia's leading aged care providers in one of the fastest-growing industries Estia offers a range of benefits including attractive remuneration packages with workplace banking, novated leases and EAP services Work in your local community and make a difference to the lives of our residents About you In addition to your agility and hands-on experience, you will possess: Strong knowledge of food safety and aged care Food Safety Certificate Cert III in Commercial Cookery Experience within a commercial kitchen (highly regarded) Strong communication skills and excellent documentation practice Experience with delivering a range of fresh meals highly regarded Join us! If this sounds like the role for you, click on APPLY. If you would like to know more, please call us on 02 6555 5699 or by emailing us at Forster@estiahealth.com.au To find out more about Estia Health and the wonderful work we do, please visit and follow our LinkedIn page at https://www.linkedin.com/company/estia-health/Permanent Part Time and Casual Opportunities | Stable Shifts, Progressive and dynamic management team with supportive consumer focus, 100 bed modern home in beautiful mid north coast area (3 hours from Sydney)

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... the very best in individualised care and wellbeing. The single-level home is situated close to transport, the Stockland Forster Shopping Centre, specialty shops and local waterways. With bright and relaxing living areas ...
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NSW > NSW North Coast

Registered Nurses

Estia Health

Registered Nurses Permanent Part Time and Casual Opportunities | 3 days per week Progressive and dynamic management team with supportive consumer focus 100 bed modern home in beautiful mid north coast area (3 hours from Sydney) About Estia Health Forster Combining stylish living with a home-like charm, Estia Health Forster offers the very best in individualised care and wellbeing. The single-level home is situated close to transport, the Stockland Forster Shopping Centre, specialty shops and local waterways. With bright and relaxing living areas and a variety of events and activities, our residents enjoy the perfect balance of engaging social pursuits and opportunities for quieter times in a supportive environment. About the role Estia Health Forster are looking for Registered Nurses to join their team on a Part Time and Casual basis working across a range of morning, afternoon and evening shifts throughout the week (minimum four (4) shift fortnights with flexibility to pick up additional shifts as needed). Working in the clinical team, our Registered Nurses inspire others while coordinating the provision of daily care needs to our residents. The role also involves: The provision of clinical care in accordance with legislation and practice within a professional and ethical frame work Completing comprehensive, individual assessments and care plans for new and existing residents Ensuring timely and accurate documentation including ACFI What we will do for you At Estia Health, our people are the heart of our organisation, we love to see our team develop their careers with us Join one of Australia's leading aged care providers in one of the fastest-growing industries Support with Nursing studies and the opportunity to progress as a Registered Nurse once complete Lead a team and develop your coaching skills as you work to educate our carers Regular toolbox talks so you stay informed on processes Development opportunities such as our Emerging Leaders Program for high performing staff to be mentored by a member of our executive team Work in your local community and make a difference to the lives of our residents About you You'll bring to the role your passionate and caring nature and you will have: Current AHPRA Registration Demonstrated understanding of clinical governance and high impact high prevalence risks for consumers Excellent communication and clinical documentation skills Excellent time management and organisational skills The ability to effectively lead a team (leadership experience highly regarded) Prior ACFI experience Join us! If this sounds like the role for you, click on APPLY. If you would like to know more, please call us on 02 6555 5699 or by emailing us at Forster@estiahealth.com.au To find out more about Estia Health and the wonderful work we do, please visit and follow our LinkedIn page at https://www.linkedin.com/company/estia-health/Permanent Part Time and Casual Opportunities | Mornings and evenings, Progressive and dynamic management team with supportive consumer focus, 100 bed modern home in beautiful mid north coast area (3 hours from Sydney)

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... the very best in individualised care and wellbeing. The single-level home is situated close to transport, the Stockland Forster Shopping Centre, specialty shops and local waterways. With bright and relaxing living areas ...
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NSW > Newcastle & Hunter

Environmental Scientist / Engineer

AECOM

Australia - New South Wales, Warabrook Job Summary We have a unique opportunity for an Environmental Scientist / Engineer to join our Environmental Team based in Newcastle and to take the next step in their career. This position will provide experience and a greater level of responsibility working on a diverse array of high profile, major infrastructure assessment projects across a range of sectors, including department of defence, mining, transport (road/rail/ports/air), water utilities, energy, oil and gas, and urban renewal property sectors. Working amongst a team of peers and alongside our clients, while learning first-hand from our in-house senior advisors and technical leaders. You will primarily assist with fieldwork and reporting aspects of multiple concurrent contamination investigations and remediation projects of varying size and complexity. You will be required to multi-task, contribute to and prepare reports independently, carry out field work, liaise with subcontractors and the client. Moreover, you may be required to assist in preparing bids. You could be working on: Preliminary and Detailed Site Investigations Remedial Action Plans Site Validation Reports Waste Classifications Site supervision and contractor management during remedial works AECOM provides a great place to work where we place a high priority on a fun and engaging work environment offering career development and mentoring as well as social and wellbeing opportunities. You will be working with driven professionals who are passionate, smart, creative, curious and quirky but proud to be part of a company that is dedicated to delivering a better world. Minimum Requirements Relevant years of experience in a consultancy environment, specifically contaminated land assessment and remediation. Experience in preliminary and detailed site investigations for soil, vapour and groundwater. Experience in data management software (ESDAT / Equis) and preparation of environmental report. Professional verbal and written communication skills Project Management experience desirable Preferred Qualifications Bachelors Degree in Environmental Science, Engineering, Geology or Earth Science What We Offer When you join AECOM, you become part of a company that is pioneering the future. Our teams around the world are involved in some of the most cutting-edge and innovative projects and programs of our time, addressing the big challenges of today and shaping the built environment for generations to come. We ensure a workplace that encourages growth, flexibility and creativity, as well as a company culture that champions inclusion, diversity and overall employee well-being through programs supported by company leadership. Our core values define who we are, how we act and what we aspire to, which comes down to not only delivering a better world, but working to “make amazing happen” in each neighborhood, community and city we touch. As an Equal Opportunity Employer, we believe in each person's potential, and we'll help you reach yours.

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Australia - New South Wales, Warabrook Job Summary We have a unique opportunity for an Environmental Scientist / Engineer ... sectors, including department of defence, mining, transport (road/rail/ports/air), water utilities, ...
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NSW > Sydney

Staff Allocation Officer (Casual)

Transdev Australasia

The role We have an exciting opportunity in our Operations team for a keen and motivated individual who is interested in taking the next step in their career at Transdev Sydney Ferries as a Staff Allocation Officer employed on a casual/as required basis. There is a strong possibility for this role to progress into a permanent position. Reporting directly to the Rostering and Planning Supervisor, this position aims to provide sufficient staff each day to meet operational and fleet services. You will be required to provide coordination and reallocation of staff for vessels and wharves due to staff changes caused by all forms of leave, training commitments and re-allocation of vessels. The work is undertaken daily and is completed in accordance with TDSF employment conditions and policies as well as regulations and cost management objectives. The role has a direct impact on staff payment and as such an ability to work with software packages and attention to detail are important. You must be prepared to undertake shift work including weekend work and work on public holidays. What you bring To be successful in this role you must have: Ability to obtain a VHF Radio Licence Demonstrated ability to effectively time manage competing priorities to deliver outcomes at a high standard, within agreed time - frames Commitment to provide high quality customer service and attention to detail Prior experience in rostering and workforce planning in the Transport Industry and a strong understanding of staff allocation practices and associated software packages is required Highly developed interpersonal and relationship management skills Strong oral and written communications skills Passion, commitment, and eagerness to learn on the job The benefits for you In addition to working in the iconic Transdev Sydney Ferries business, you will also be part of the broader Transdev global public transport brand. Transdev is a rapidly growing business and offers great career development opportunities. A genuine work culture that embraces diversity and employee feedback We are proudly an Employer of Choice for Gender Equality About Transdev Transdev is a world leader in the operation of passenger transport services. We operate in 19 countries around the world, with 83,000 employees and manage 41,000 vehicles. We are committed to creating a diverse, inclusive and flexible workforce which reflects the community and the customers we serve. Our values and beliefs As an equal opportunity employer, we are committed to reflecting the diversity of the communities we serve. We support applications from people representing all diversity groups such as Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander, LGBTI, people with disabilities, religious beliefs, and ethnicity and ages. We also have an uncompromising attitude to the safety of our employees, clients and customers Our recruitment process Consistent with our uncompromising attitude to the safety of our employees, client and customers, our recruitment process may include a medical assessment, drug & alcohol testing, working with children's check, as well as police, licence, and right to work in Australiachecks. By submitting your personal information to Transdev you consent to such information being collected, held, used and disclosed in accordance with our Privacy Policy. Interested? If you're as passionate about delivering unparalleled service as we are then click the 'Apply now' button to go to our Transdev careers website and complete your application form online. Applications close on Monday 20 October 2020 @ 11:55PM Ref #: 496299

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... an Employer of Choice for Gender Equality About Transdev Transdev is a world leader in the operation of passenger transport services. We operate in 19 countries around the world, with 83,000 employees and manage 41,000 ...
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NSW > Sydney

Nursing Assistant

Estia Health

NURSING ASSISTANT Stable working hours at a leading aged care provider within a growing industry Ongoing training and development opportunities to support your nursing career Convenient location close to public transport, hospitals and town centre About Estia Health Kogarah Estia Health Kogarah is an aged care home with a difference. From its modern architectural design, attractive terraces and city skyline views, Estia Health Kogarah captures the essence of contemporary aged care living. Conveniently located close to public transport, hospitals and Kogarah's town centre, Estia Health Kogarah is in a prime location to cater for all aged care needs. Our multilingual staff provide a warm, quiet and friendly home-like environment for residents with a range of care requirements, including a secure dementia care unit. About the role Estia Health Kogarah are looking for Nursing Assistants to join our team on a Part time basis, working across a range of shifts in the morning, afternoon and evening (primarily weekdays, with occasional weekends). Delivering the best possible care to our residents (ensuring wellbeing and comfort) Supporting with daily living tasks (showering, meals etc) Manual handling Following direction from the Registered Nurse/s and managers What we will do for you At Estia Health, our people are the heart of our organisation, we love to see our team develop their careers with us Monthly training offered to solidify your skillset. Regular toolbox talks to enhance your current learning Support with Nursing studies and opportunity to progress into a Registered Nurse once complete Placement opportunities for you to practice your leadership and mentoring skills Work in your local community and make a difference to the lives of our residents Annual Flu Shot provided About you You'll bring to the role your passionate and caring nature and you will have: Certificate III or IV in Aged Care/Individual Support Experience in Aged Care (highly regarded) Compassion for the elderly and a can-do attitude Excellent clinical documentation skills Excellent communication skills The ability to build positive relationships with your team and residents The right to work in Australia At Estia Health our intense focus is the health, safety and wellbeing of our residents and employees and we have made a number of important changes to the way we provide care for our residents in response to COVID-19 (coronavirus). We continue to make changes as the situation evolves. As part of these measures we have implemented single site employment. Applicants must consider, that if successful, they must only engage in care activity with Estia Health Kogarah until further direction is given. Join us! If this sounds like the role for you, click on APPLY! If you would like to know more, please call us on 02 9053 1800 or by emailing us at Kogarah@estiahealth.com.au. To find out more about Estia Health and the wonderful work we do, please visit and follow our LinkedIn page at https://www.linkedin.com/company/estia-health/Stable working hours at a leading aged care provider within a growing industry, Ongoing training and development opportunities to support your nursing career, Convenient location close to public transport, hospitals and town centre

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... views, Estia Health Kogarah captures the essence of contemporary aged care living. Conveniently located close to public transport, hospitals and Kogarah's town centre, Estia Health Kogarah is in a prime location to cater ...
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NSW > Sydney

Cleaner

Estia Health

CLEANER Stable working hours at a leading aged care provider within a growing industry Ongoing training opportunities to develop your skills across other roles Contribute to a well supported and dynamic team environment About Estia Health Willoughby Caring staff and luxury facilities at Estia Health Willoughby have earned it a reputation for providing the finest high-care service and comfort on Sydney's North Shore. Located close to shops and public transport, this state-of-the-art residence is elegantly furnished to an art deco theme, offering the ultimate in comfort and design. Sweeping verandahs overlook beautiful landscaped gardens where residents and guests can stroll, socialise and relax, while many upper level suites afford leafy views across the city. About the role Estia Health Willoughby are looking for an experienced Cleaner to join their team on a Part Time basis working Mondays, Tuesdays and Sundays (approx. 21 hours per week). As a Cleaner at Estia Health, you will support our residents' and team by maintaining a safe, clean and home-like living environment. The role involves: Cleaning duties including mopping, vacuuming, dusting, waste management, restocking of supplies, cleaning and sorting laundry Adhering to infection control principles, WHS requirements including the safe storage and use of chemicals and complete cleaning requirements according to facility schedules Maintaining adequate supplies of toilet paper, soap and other cleaning and hygiene supplies for resident use. What we will do for you At Estia Health, our people are the heart of our organisation, we love to see our team develop their careers with us Join one of Australia's leading aged care providers in one of the fastest growing industries Work in your local community and make a difference to the lives of our residents Develop and expand your own skillset with regular training and development opportunities Estia offers a range of benefits including attractive remuneration packages with workplace banking, novated leases and EAP services Annual Flu Shot provided About you You'll bring to the role your passionate and caring nature and a drive to maintain a clean and inviting environment for our residents, visitors and team. You will also have: Certificate II or III in Cleaning (highly regarded) Experience in a similar or related role Knowledge of and experience in safe chemical handling Work Health and Safety knowledge and a commitment to keeping yourself and others safe The right to work in Australia Join us! If this sounds like the role for you, click on APPLY. If you would like to know more, please call us on 02 9958 8290 or by emailing us at Willoughby@estiahealth.com.au. To find out more about Estia Health and the wonderful work we do, please visit and follow our LinkedIn page at https://www.linkedin.com/company/estia-health/Stable working hours at a leading aged care provider within a growing industry, Ongoing training opportunities to develop your skills across other roles, Contribute to a well supported and dynamic team environment

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... the finest high-care service and comfort on Sydney's North Shore. Located close to shops and public transport, this state-of-the-art residence is elegantly furnished to an art deco theme, offering the ultimate in ...
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NSW > Sydney

ITS System Inspector

Ventia

Ventia aspires to provide a step-change in the delivery of road and Intelligent Transport Systems maintenance and management services through the Sydney Roads Asset Performance Contract. Be part of one of the largest essential service providers in Australia and New Zealand and be rewarded with professional development and career growth opportunities. About the role The ITS System Inspector will provide technical leadership, training, and support for Traffic Signals, Intelligent Transport Systems, Streetlighting equipment, and systems during the service delivery of the contract. The role also demands a strong focus on technical knowledge and understanding to achieve required outcomes of asset availability, performance, and completion of works to a high-performance standard. What you'll be doing Key responsibilities of this role include but are not limited to: Verification and certification of new construction and reconstruction of Traffic Signal and ITS sites Repair, overhaul, modify and test microprocessor-based controllers and other complex electronic equipment Manage and coordinate health and safety, quality, and environmental protection activities on site Review and provide input to operational and maintenance procedures. Monitor fault records of equipment to be repaired by the group Supervise the work of other tradespersons Support the Asset Manager and ITS Asset Engineer for the delivery of Asset Management Planning Services across the project. Support a culture of “Safety and Health” above all else and environmental responsibility What's on offer Ventia offers you a flexible, supportive, and inclusive work environment where you matter We take our people's careers seriously, helping them to learn and grow There's nothing more important to us than keeping our people and the public safe We look after each other and foster our people's wellbeing About you Must have Full NSW Electrical License Tertiary qualified in Electrical, Control System, or Communications Engineering With at least 7 years of relevant experience in Traffic Signals and ITS Systems With at least 7 years of relevant experience in Services and Project Management Driver's license required With a flexible approach to working hours to facilitate delivery of service/works during closures and interfaces with operational periods Strong communication skills across all levels of the business Strong time management and organisational skills With the ability to work independently in dealing with complex equipment problems About Ventia Ventia is a leading infrastructure services company, operating across Australia and New Zealand. Our clients are the owners and operators of assets that are critical to our local communities. We pride ourselves on working smart, safely and sustainably, harnessing the latest technologies and brightest minds. With a diverse and proud heritage, we have a track record of delivering essential services to the communities in which we operate. Diversity We acknowledge the importance of our people's diverse experiences, talents and cultures. Embracing diversity and creating inclusion is a key component of our talent strategy. The creation of a diverse, inclusive workforce is central to our ability to unlock potential and enhance our success. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people are encouraged to apply for this vacancy. How to apply If you are looking to expand your career with a business that rewards and values its employees, please apply below by clicking on the apply now button. Position Reference Number: 123151

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NSW > Sydney

Health and Safety Advisor

Ventia

Ventia aspires to provide a step-change in the delivery of road and Intelligent Transport Systems maintenance and management services through the Sydney Roads Asset Performance Contract. Bring your expertise and experience as a Health and Safety Advisor to our team and be rewarded with exposure to one of the largest essential providers in Australia and New Zealand. About the Role The Health and Safety Advisor is responsible for the implementation of Health and Safety objectives aligned to the sector SHEQ strategy at the Contact level. This role ensures that the delivery of programs across the Contract meets and addresses all the requirements. What you'll be doing Key responsibilities of this role include but are not limited to: Implementation of Health and Safety management plans, emergency response, and business continuity planning Provide expert advice and practical solutions to Operations Prepare and deliver Health and Safety communications to the contract Lead and manage ICAM and Serious incident investigations and drive learning contract wide Support effective Injury Management and return to work procedures Promote development of a strong Health and Safety culture Work collaboratively across Ventia with competing stakeholder priorities Based in Arndell Park, the successful candidate is also expected to travel to Regional NSW What's on offer Ventia offers you a flexible, supportive, and inclusive work environment where you matter. We take our people's careers seriously, helping them to learn and grow. There's nothing more important to us than keeping our people and the public safe. We look after each other and foster our people's wellbeing. About you Minimum Diploma qualifications in Safety, Science, Engineering, or related discipline At least 3 years experience in a similar industry, services, or construction organisation Ability to implement the Health and Safety objectives and targets at a contract level Experience in leading ICAM investigations an advantage Operational experience relevant to high-risk environments Proficient in using Microsoft Office suite Strong communication skills across all levels of the business Strong time management and organisational skills About Ventia Ventia is a leading infrastructure services company, operating across Australia and New Zealand. Our clients are the owners and operators of assets that are critical to our local communities. We pride ourselves on working smart, safely, and sustainably, harnessing the latest technologies and brightest minds. With a diverse and proud heritage, we have a track record of delivering essential services to the communities in which we operate. Diversity We acknowledge the importance of our people's diverse experiences, talents, and cultures. Embracing diversity and creating inclusion is a key component of our talent strategy. The creation of a diverse, inclusive workforce is central to our ability to unlock potential and enhance our success. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people are encouraged to apply for this vacancy. How to apply If you are looking to expand your career with a business that rewards and values its employees, please apply below by clicking on the apply now button. Position Reference Number: 123591

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... in the delivery of road and Intelligent Transport Systems maintenance and management services through the ... successful candidate is also expected to travel to Regional NSW What's on offer Ventia offers you a flexible ...
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NSW > Sydney

Concrete / Asphalt Labourer

Ventia

Ventia are currently seeking experienced Asphalt or Concrete workers to join their Transport infrastructure team in Albany If you enjoy working outside and being part of a fun and supportive team, our Albany Roads team would like you to join their crew. Prior experience in Asphalt/Concrete and the ability to thrive within a tightknit and hardworking team environment are essential to your success in this role. Apply online today! To learn more about us, please visit www.ventia.com For enquiries, please ring Marie Sinajon, Talent Acquistion Specialist at 027 5111 913 Shortlisted candidates will be asked to undertake a pre-employment medical including a drug and alcohol test as well as a Police check.

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Ventia are currently seeking experienced Asphalt or Concrete workers to join their Transport infrastructure team in Albany If you enjoy working outside and being part of a fun and supportive team, our Albany Roads team ...
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NSW > NSW North Coast

Registered Nurse | ACFI Lead

Estia Health

Registered Nurse | ACFI Lead Permanent Part Time Opportunity | 3 days per week Ongoing training and development to support resident advocacy Coastal location with amazing water ways, National Parks and tourism About Estia Health Forster Combining stylish living with a home-like charm, Estia Health Forster offers the very best in individualised care and wellbeing. The single-level home is situated close to transport, the Stockland Forster Shopping Centre, specialty shops and local waterways. With bright and relaxing living areas and a variety of events and activities, our residents enjoy the perfect balance of engaging social pursuits and opportunities for quieter times in a supportive environment. About the role Estia Health Forster are seeking an experienced Registered Nurse to lead our ACFI Lead efforts at the home and educate the team, working a minimum of three (3) days per week; Monday to Friday, 8:00am to 4:30pm. At Estia Health, our team takes great pride in providing our residents with a great experience whilst in our care. Working in the clinical team, our Registered Nurses inspire others while coordinating the provision of daily care needs to our residents. The role also involves: Conducting ACFI appraisals across the home, in accordance with the ACFI Pathway Process Monitors and identifies upcoming ACFI submissions Follows up with Physiotherapist re-pain clinic attendance as required Tracks appraisal submissions, changes to Daily Subsidy and ACFI Target on Mirus on a weekly basis Monitors & reports on any discrepancies in the ACFI subsidy received from the Department Clinical duties and tasks on an as needs basis What we will do for you: At Estia Health, our people are the heart of our organisation, we love to see our team develop their careers with us. Join one of Australia's leading aged care providers in one of the fastest growing industries Lead a team, develop your coaching skills Work in your local community and make a difference to the lives of our residents Opportunity to work across a wide network and learn or mentor others in your peer group Develop and expand your own skill set with regular development opportunities Estia offers a range of benefits including attractive remuneration packages with workplace banking, novated leases and EAP services About you You'll bring to the role your passionate and caring nature and you will have: Current AHPRA Registration Excellent communication and clinical documentation skills Excellent time management and organisational skills The ability to effectively lead a team (leadership experience highly regarded) Experience working within an Aged Care or similar environment Prior ACFI experience A commitment to keeping yourself and others safe The right to work in Australia Join us! If this sounds like the role for you, click on APPLY. If you would like to know more, please call us on 02 6555 5699 or by emailing us at Forster@estiahealth.com.au. To find out more about Estia Health and the wonderful work we do, please visit and follow our LinkedIn page at https://www.linkedin.com/company/estia-health/Permanent Part Time Opportunity | 3 days per week, Ongoing training and development to support resident advocacy, Coastal location with amazing water ways, National Parks and tourism

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NSW > Sydney

Registered Nurses

Estia Health

REGISTERED NURSES Fixed-term and casual opportunities with stable working hours at a leading aged care provider Join a high functioning team with strong and supportive management Residential area close to public transport, shopping complex and onsite parking About Estia Health Merrylands Estia Health Merrylands is an elegant, modern and spacious home that features a variety of award-winning gardens and courtyard areas for residents and visitors to enjoy. Located on a quiet residential street just 8 km from Parramatta at Greystanes, we are close to public transport and local shopping centres. About the role Estia Health Merrylands are looking for experienced Registered Nurses to join their team on a Temporary Part Time and Casual basis working across a range of morning, afternoon and evening shifts. Working in the clinical team, our Registered Nurses inspire others while coordinating the provision of daily care needs to our residents. The role also involves: The provision of clinical care in accordance with legislation and practice within a professional and ethical frame work Completing comprehensive, individual assessments and care plans for new and existing residents Ensuring timely and accurate documentation including ACFI What we will do for you At Estia Health, our people are the heart of our organisation, we love to see our team develop their careers with us Join one of Australia's leading aged care providers in one of the fastest-growing industries Support with Nursing studies and the opportunity to progress as a Registered Nurse once complete Lead a team and develop your coaching skills as you work to educate our carers Regular toolbox talks so you stay informed on processes Development opportunities such as our Emerging Leaders Program for high performing staff to be mentored by a member of our executive team Work in your local community and make a difference to the lives of our residents About you You'll bring to the role your passionate and caring nature and you will have: Current AHPRA Registration Excellent communication and clinical documentation skills Excellent time management and organisational skills The ability to effectively lead a team (leadership experience highly regarded) Experience working within an Aged Care or similar environment Prior ACFI experience A commitment to keeping yourself and others safe The right to work in Australia Single site workforce arrangements At Estia Health our intense focus is the health, safety and wellbeing of our residents and employees, and we have made several important changes to the way we provide care for our residents in response to COVID-19 (coronavirus). We continue to make changes as the situation evolves. As part of these measures, a single site workforce arrangement applies. Applicants must consider, that if successful, they must only engage in employment activity with Estia Health Merrylands until further direction is given. Join us! If you would like to know more, please call us on (02) 9631 1837 or by emailing us at merrylands@estiahealth.com.au. If this sounds like the role for you, click on APPLY NOW! To find out more about Estia Health and the wonderful work we do, please visit and follow our LinkedIn page at https://www.linkedin.com/company/estia-health/Fixed-term and casual - stable working hours at a leading aged care provider, Join a high functioning team with strong and supportive management, Residential area close to public transport, shopping complex and onsite parking

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... supportive management Residential area close to public transport, shopping complex and onsite parking About ... from Parramatta at Greystanes, we are close to public transport and local shopping centres. About the role Estia ...
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NSW > Sydney

Analyst to Manager - Financial Modelling | Infrastructure, Assets & Places

KPMG

Analyst to Manager - Financial Modelling | Infrastructure, Assets & Places About the job Help build a better Australia Immerse yourself in an inclusive, diverse and supportive culture Join a market-leading team delivering some of Australia's most significant infrastructure projects and programs Enjoy our flexible working environment As part of one of the most trusted and respected global professional services firms, KPMG Australia's Infrastructure, Assets and Places (IAP) group brings together market-leading strategic, commercial and technical capabilities to create something that is truly unique for our clients and our people. We are looking for talented individuals who share our purpose of building a better Australia through the planning, procurement, delivery and optimisation of infrastructure, assets and places. A core part of the vision for IAP is to attract and retain the best people as a destination employer - offering rewarding careers and investing in the growth of our people. We are committed to sustaining a positive culture that is: Bold and agile Diverse and inclusive Collaborative and trusting Energetic, ambitious and fun. Within IAP, our Commercial Advisory & Transactions (CA&T) team provides the latest thinking in the provision of strategic, commercial, financial and transaction management advice for infrastructure and other major projects. Our team has experience and expertise that lies across every asset class and sector, and that spans all phases of the project lifecycle. We understand the complex challenges in delivering major infrastructure projects. We thrive on this complexity and the discipline, collegiality, and vision that is required to drive successful outcomes. To find out more click here . Why now and why us? As a priority growth area for KPMG Australia, IAP is investing in both people and technology to enhance our capabilities - and to help our people flourish. How we grow starts with you, and we believe how you grow matters. We currently have a range of exciting, nationally significant engagements and opportunities including: Many of Australia's largest and most complex transport projects Socially impactful projects and reform initiatives in health, social & affordable housing, education and justice Critical work with Australia's Defence and associated National Security portfolios Renewable/clean energy projects and energy transition initiatives Significant property transactions and precinct development activities. Your opportunity We currently have opportunities for Analyst to Manager level candidates to join CA&T's Financial Modelling team. The open roles are based in Sydney, however we do have flexibility with Melbourne or Brisbane based candidates as well. These positions offer the successful candidate the opportunity to take responsibility for the delivery of advice that supports our clients and our vision. You will: Have a focus on providing modelling support for transactions and projects. Develop best in class financial models in a range of contexts, from pre bid, bid and also post bid. Review financial models supporting some of the largest and highest profile transactions in Australia and globally. Manage client engagements or discrete workstreams within a larger engagement, coaching and developing junior staff and client resources, if applying for the Executive and Manager levels. Support in the identification of opportunities for future service delivery, participating in business development initiatives and pursue opportunities to continuously innovate to “do things better” for the benefit of our clients and the community more broadly. Be supported with comprehensive internal training opportunities, enabling you to shape your growth at KPMG. Play an active role in supporting the development of the deal modelling team and fostering a collaborative and inclusive culture of work. Ideal candidates for this role will bring with them: Demonstrated experience building complex financial models supporting infrastructure or M&A transactions if applying for the Executive and Manager levels. Strong knowledge of Microsoft Excel. Tertiary qualifications in commerce, law, economics, engineering or other relevant subjects and have outstanding academic transcripts. Relevant professional experience likely gained in a Chartered Accounting firm, law firm, management consultancy, engineering consultancy, corporate advisor, investment bank, project finance team of a commercial bank, infrastructure fund, construction firm or within Government. Strong interest in developing a career in infrastructure, contestability, privatisation, real estate, corporate finance, strategy and transaction advisory. Relevant experience with M&A transactions and/or major projects, such as in the transport, social infrastructure, energy, mining, resources, or property sectors. Strong interpersonal, problem solving and communication skills, combined with high attention to detail. Ability to juggle competing demands and work in a dynamic environment. The KPMG Difference Our people are focused on creating a diverse and dynamic environment that embraces and values differences. We value the variety of unique experiences, qualities and characteristics that our people possess, and we share and learn from each other. We are proud to be consistently recognised as an employer of choice for women, and for our achievements in LGBT+ workplace inclusion. Our commitment to 'Flexibility' allows our people to manage the changing demands of work, personal or family life. Explore the links below to hear our people share their experience @ KPMG! Flexibility empowers wellbeing Flexibility enables contribution to the community Flexibility inspires technology & innovation Flexibility supports family Make KPMG the clear choice for your career and be Extraordinary!

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... . Relevant experience with M&A transactions and/or major projects, such as in the transport, social infrastructure, energy, mining, resources, or property sectors. Strong interpersonal, problem solving and communication ...
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Health, Safety, Environment & Quality Advisor

Transdev Australasia

Transdev is currently seeking a Health, Safety, Environment & Quality Advisor to join our Bankstown based team. Become part of an industry that's growing faster than ever before and support our exciting new projects. The HSEQ Advisor will be responsible for supporting the day to day improvement in the health and safety culture, and performance and environmental aspects of the diverse operating environment at Transdev NSW. About the Role Ensure that data entry is complete including incidents, injury, investigations and hazard reporting Complete internal audits and prepare for external audits Produce reports, including investigation reports and contribute to the development of corrective action plans Monitor corrective actions and report progress to ensure closeout Lead improved levels of safety and support the retention of management system certification and accreditation Coordinating HSEQ training programs to promote, educate and foster a positive safety and environmental culture Stay informed of relevant legislation and regulations, codes of practice, classification requirements, organisational policies, standards and procedures, Australian Standards, and industry best practice About You Tertiary qualifications in work health and safety and quality or a related field Demonstrated understanding of quality and environmental management is desirable Qualifications in auditing is desired Experience in a transport environment is desirable Experience in the development and implementation of work, health and safety systems is essential Sound knowledge and understanding of relevant legislation, regulations and codes of practice Sound organisational and administrative skills Ability to build and maintain strong collaborative working relationships with managers and staff at all levels About Transdev Inclusive and supportive work environment Flexibility at work and leave policies to support balanced work and family responsibilities Comprehensive Employee Assistance Program promoting positive health and wellbeing outcomes for all our employees, including counselling and professional advice, financial and lifestyle programs Global company across 17 countries with opportunity to grow and develop Shape the future of transport in your community - supporting the transition to green energy powered and zero emission modes Transdev is a world leader in the operation of passenger transport services. We operate in 17 countries around the world, with 83,000 employees who enable 11 million passenger trips every day. We are committed to creating a diverse, inclusive and flexible workforce which reflects the community and the customers we serve. Our Values and beliefs The work we carry out at Transdev touches the lives of our families, friends and future generations alike. Contributing to our growing, global business means you can make your mark, push boundaries and reach your maximum potential. As an equal opportunity employer, we are committed to reflecting the diversity of the communities we serve. We support applications from people representing all diversity groups and ages such as Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander, Lesbian Gay Bisexual Trans and/or Intersex (LGBTI), people with disabilities, religious beliefs, and ethnicity. For a confidential discussion please reach out to Marieke Reichert via Marieke.reichert@transdev.com.au. All of our recruitment processes include medicals, drug & alcohol testing, police checks, licence checks and right to work checks. By submitting your personal information to Transdev you consent to such information being collected, held, used and disclosed in accordance with our Privacy Policy .

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... aspects of the diverse operating environment at Transdev NSW. About the Role Ensure that data entry ... Transdev is a world leader in the operation of passenger transport services. We operate in 17 countries around the world, ...
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Registered Nurse

Estia Health

Tuncurry provides beautiful sun-filled living areas and is located conveniently close to public transport and the local lake on the Mid North Coast. Experience the joy of working here, building real relationships with our residents, providing care that supports them to live a life they LOVE every single day! About the Role: We have multiple opportunities for Registered Nurses Workers to join our clinical team. Multiple shift types available, providing you with the best opportunity for work-life balance. Visa sponsorships available. Key Tasks: Delivering the best clinical care in accordance with legislation, and practice within a professional and ethical framework Completing comprehensive, individual assessments and care plants for new and existing residents Ensuring timely and accurate documentation including ACFI. What will we do for you? People are the HEART of Estia, and we give all our staff access to resources necessary for success. VISA sponsorship available Assistance with relocation Kick-start your career with a Estia Health - a leader in aged care Opportunities for internal career progression Annual influenza shot provided About You: Current AHPRA Registration Excellent communication and clinical documentation skills Excellent time management and organizational skills A commitment to keeping yourself and others safe Australian Work Rights Evidence of 2021 Flu Vaccination and COVID-19 Vaccination are requirements of the role. Click APPLY NOW to submit your application. If you'd like to know more, please call me on 0482 168 555 or email me at Kathryn.dempster@estiahealth.com.au Follow Estia Health on LinkedIn https://www.linkedin.com/company/estia-health/ Check out our vacancies https://www.estiahealth.com.au/careers/vacancies-in-our-homes

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NSW > NSW North Coast

Nursing Assistant

Estia Health

Tuncurry provides beautiful sun-filled living areas and is located conveniently close to public transport and the local lake on the Mid North Coast. Experience the joy of working here, building real relationships with our residents, providing care that supports them to live a life they LOVE every single day! About the Role: Estia Health are seeking multiple experienced Assistants in Nursing / Personal Care Attendants to join the Tuncurry team on a part time/casual basis. The successful applicants will be flexible, working across a range of morning, afternoon and night shifts. Key tasks: Deliver the best possible care to our residents (ensuring wellbeing and comfort) Support with daily living tasks (showering, meals, etc) Manual handling Following direction from the Registered Nurse/s and managers What will we do for you? People are the HEART of Estia, and we give all our staff access to resources necessary for success. Support with Nursing studies and opportunity to progress into a Registered Nurse role once complete Industry experience, working for one of Australia's leading aged Care providers Attractive remuneration packages with workplace banking, novated leases and EAP services Annual Flu Shot provided About You: Certificate III or IV in Aged Care/Individual Support Excellent clinical documentation skills Excellent communication skills The ability to build positive relationships with your team and residents Australian Work Rights Evidence of 2021 Flu Vaccination and COVID-19 Vaccination are requirements of the role. How to Apply: Click Apply Now to submit your application If you'd like to know more, please call me on 0482 168 555 or email me at Kathryn.dempster@estiahealth.com.au Follow Estia Health on LinkedIn https://www.linkedin.com/company/estia-health/ Check out our vacancies https://www.estiahealth.com.au/careers/vacancies-in-our-homes

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NSW > Sydney

Talent Acquisition Business Partner

Transdev Australasia

Transdev is currently seeking a Talent Acquisition Partner to join our Sydney based team. Become part of an industry that's growing faster than ever before and support our exciting new projects. You will be autonomous and flexible in your approach to day-to-day activities with a proven ability to adapt. You will be a part of a dynamic team of recruitment professionals. About the Role Drive end-to-end Talent Acquisition activity for our businesses as part of a small team Partner with Hiring Managers to provide sound and strategic sourcing and selection advice Work closely with the Talent Acquisition team to drive continuous improvement Identify and analyse any opportunities to improve processes About You Extensive high volume recruitment experience Solid administration skills Establish and maintain strong working relationships with Hiring Managers and other key stakeholders Ability to influence and persuade others Ability to juggle conflicting priorities About Us Inclusive and supportive work environment Flexibility at work and leave policies to support balanced work and family responsibilities Comprehensive Employee Assistance Program promoting positive health and wellbeing outcomes for all our employees, including counselling and professional advice, financial and lifestyle programs Global company across 17 countries with opportunity to grow and develop Shape the future of transport in your community - supporting the transition to green energy powered and zero emission modes About Transdev Transdev is a world leader in the operation of passenger transport services. We operate in 17 countries around the world, with 83,000 employees who enable 11 million passenger trips every day. We are committed to creating a diverse, inclusive and flexible workforce which reflects the community and the customers we serve. Our Values and beliefs The work we carry out at Transdev touches the lives of our families, friends and future generations alike. Contributing to our growing, global business means you can make your mark, push boundaries and reach your maximum potential. As an equal opportunity employer, we are committed to reflecting the diversity of the communities we serve. We support applications from people representing all diversity groups and ages such as Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander, Lesbian Gay Bisexual Trans and/or Intersex (LGBTI), people with disabilities, religious beliefs, and ethnicity. For a confidential discussion please reach out to Marieke Reichert via Marieke.reichert@transdev.com.au. All of our recruitment processes include medicals, drug & alcohol testing, police checks, licence checks and right to work checks. By submitting your personal information to Transdev you consent to such information being collected, held, used and disclosed in accordance with our Privacy Policy .

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... to grow and develop Shape the future of transport in your community - supporting the transition to ... Transdev is a world leader in the operation of passenger transport services. We operate in 17 countries around the world, ...
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Cleaning, Laundry and Kitchen Attendants - Estia Health Camden

Estia Health

Combining stylish living with a home-like charm, Estia Health Camden offers the very best in individualised care and wellbeing. The home is situated in a peaceful semi-rural setting close to public transport, shops and the local hospital. With bright and relaxing living areas and a variety of events and activities, our residents enjoy the perfect balance of engaging social pursuits and opportunities for quieter times in a supportive environment. About the role Estia Health Camden are recruiting for multiple Cleaning, Laundry and Kitchen Attendants to join us on a Part time or Casual basis. We are looking for candidates who have flexibility to work across a range of shifts across the week, including weekends. You will support our home through: Cleaning duties including mopping, vacuuming, dusting, waste management, restocking of supplies, cleaning and sorting laundry Adhering to infection control principles, WHS requirements including the safe storage and use of chemicals and complete cleaning requirements according to facility schedules Washing dishes and cleaning according to the Food Safety Program What we will do for you At Estia Health, our people are the heart of our organisation, we love to see our team develop their careers with us. Join one of Australia's leading aged care providers in one of the fastest growing industries Online training sessions to upskill your chemical handling and hygiene knowledge Estia offers a range of benefits including attractive remuneration packages with workplace banking, novated leases and EAP services Opportunity to progress into a Permanent position Annual Flu Shot provided Large organisation for you to develop your career Work in your local community and make a difference to the lives of our residents About you To be considered for this role, you must be available to work across a range of shifts including day, afternoon and weekend shifts. You will also have: Passionate individual with the utmost respect and empathy Certificate II or III in Cleaning (highly regarded) Experience & HACCP qualification for work in Kitchen Experience in a similar or related role Knowledge of and experience in safe chemical handling Work Health and Safety knowledge and a commitment to keeping yourself and others safe The right to work in Australia Evidence of COVID-19 vaccination Evidence of Influenza vaccination Single site workforce arrangements At Estia Health our intense focus is the health, safety and wellbeing of our residents and employees, and we have made several important changes to the way we provide care for our residents in response to COVID-19 (coronavirus). We continue to make changes as the situation evolves. As part of these measures, a single site workforce arrangement applies. Applicants must consider, that if successful, they must only engage in employment activity with Estia Health Camden until further direction is given. Join us! If you would like to know more, please call us on 02 4655 2531 or by emailing us at camden@estiahealth.com.au. If this sounds like the role for you, click on APPLY NOW! To find out more about Estia Health and the wonderful work we do, please visit and follow our LinkedIn page at https://www.linkedin.com/company/estia-health/Multiple part time and casual opportunities - enjoy a work-life balance, Make a difference in the lives of our residents on a daily basis, Join an energetic and supportive team in a large home!

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NSW > Sydney

Experienced Analyst I External Audit I Western Sydney

Deloitte

Multiple job levels available in Audit, servicing our ASX Listed, Global Multinational and Private businesses based in Western Sydney Close to major transport links to both the city and greater Western Sydney Full time and part time opportunities available, as well as remote working - we embrace flexibility! Couple your accounting knowledge and external audit experience with your analytical mind to help design and develop game-changing solutions for our clients. About the team Deloitte's Audit & Assurance (A&A) Group is a national practice that offers audit and assurance services across a huge range of sectors and industries. In Audit & Assurance, our specialist skills empower clients with a clear understanding of their financial position through our 360 degree audit and digital platforms. We don't just understand our clients' businesses and industries, we excavate major opportunities and identify risks beyond traditional financial reporting functions. Our creative team of Auditors and Accountants is growing more than ever as the world recognises our talent. Deloitte is a global leader in audit, and our business has invested over US$1 billion globally in audit transformation, including significant investment in technology and leadership. What will your typical day look like? With strong interpersonal skills, you will join a close-knit Western Sydney Audit team and be a trusted advisor to your clients and be able to work collaboratively with your Deloitte peers across the Australia firm. Never stop developing your skills and accreditations (including PCAOB) as you work with high profile clients (across industries such as Retail, Construction, Manufacturing, Automotive, Life Sciences, Education, and Tech-based entities) in order to help them solve their complex accounting issues. We offer a comprehensive benefits package, genuine flexible working conditions, and significant career development opportunities. Our twice annual employee review cycle is also in place to support your development and reward performance, without being limited by tenure in the firm. In Parramatta, we pride ourselves on our strong culture of coaching and support, to help you fulfil your career goals. Enough about us, let's talk about you. We are looking to fill a range of positions, across multiple job levels, so why not talk to us about what you're looking for. Ideally you will have: CA or CPA qualifications with professional services experience (ideally in a Big 4 or mid-tier firm), or be working towards these Experience in finance, accounting, external audit or a related field Strong experience in finance systems & delivering finance-related projects Exceptional communication and relationship building skills A desire to learn and accelerate your career growth A minimum of 2 years in external audit Why Deloitte? At Deloitte, we create positively differentiated work experiences that enable our people to feel valued and achieve their full potential. Deloitte Australia opens the door to a career that can cross borders virtually and physically across Asia Pacific to gain experience and access projects beyond Australia's borders. We value difference, and embrace people with diverse backgrounds, experiences, gender identities, abilities and thinking styles. Knowing that people work best in a variety of ways, we are happy to discuss alternative arrangements if the working pattern you are looking for is not specifically indicated.  We're committed to continually building a safe and respectful workplace, where all our people feel appreciated and accepted. Through the creation of endorsed employee-led diversity networks which promote cultural, disability, LGBTI+, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people and gender equality, we're leading the way to shape an environment where everybody can thrive. We are proud to have been recognised for our efforts in inspiring change and accelerating progress - check out our careers site for recent recognition in this space. Next Steps Sound like the sort of role for you? Apply now. By applying to this job, you will be assessed against the Deloitte Global Talent Standards. We've designed these standards to provide our clients with a consistent and exceptional Deloitte employee experience globally. At Deloitte, we know we're at our best when we look out for one another; prioritise respect, fairness, development and wellbeing; foster an inclusive culture and embrace diversity in all forms. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment regardless of their background, experience, identity, ability or thinking style, and if you need assistance or an accommodation during the application process for accessibility reasons this is available upon request. The preferred candidate will be subject to background screening by Deloitte or by their external third-party provider.

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Senior Analyst | External Audit | Western Sydney

Deloitte

Multiple job levels available in Audit, servicing our ASX Listed, Global Multinational and Private businesses based in Western Sydney Close to major transport links to both the city and greater Western Sydney Full time and part time opportunities available, as well as remote working - we embrace flexibility! Couple your accounting knowledge and external audit experience with your analytical mind to help design and develop game-changing solutions for our clients. About the team Deloitte's Audit & Assurance (A&A) Group is a national practice that offers audit and assurance services across a huge range of sectors and industries. In Audit & Assurance, our specialist skills empower clients with a clear understanding of their financial position through our 360 degree audit and digital platforms. We don't just understand our clients' businesses and industries, we excavate major opportunities and identify risks beyond traditional financial reporting functions. Our creative team of Auditors and Accountants is growing more than ever as the world recognises our talent. Deloitte is a global leader in audit, and our business has invested over US$1 billion globally in audit transformation, including significant investment in technology and leadership. What will your typical day look like? With strong interpersonal skills, you will join a close-knit Western Sydney Audit team and be a trusted advisor to your clients and be able to work collaboratively with your Deloitte peers across the Australia firm. Never stop developing your skills and accreditations (including PCAOB) as you work with high profile clients (across industries such as Retail, Construction, Manufacturing, Automotive, Life Sciences, Education, and Tech-based entities) in order to help them solve their complex accounting issues. We offer a comprehensive benefits package, genuine flexible working conditions, and significant career development opportunities. Our twice annual employee review cycle is also in place to support your development and reward performance, without being limited by tenure in the firm. In Parramatta, we pride ourselves on our strong culture of coaching and support, to help you fulfil your career goals. Enough about us, let's talk about you. We are looking to fill a range of positions, across multiple job levels, so why not talk to us about what you're looking for. Ideally you will have: CA or CPA qualifications with professional services experience (ideally in a Big 4 or mid-tier firm), or be working towards these Experience in finance, accounting, external audit or a related field Strong experience in finance systems & delivering finance-related projects Exceptional communication and relationship building skills A desire to learn and accelerate your career growth 3 or more years of external audit experience Why Deloitte? At Deloitte, we create positively differentiated work experiences that enable our people to feel valued and achieve their full potential. Deloitte Australia opens the door to a career that can cross borders virtually and physically across Asia Pacific to gain experience and access projects beyond Australia's borders. We value difference, and embrace people with diverse backgrounds, experiences, gender identities, abilities and thinking styles. Knowing that people work best in a variety of ways, we are happy to discuss alternative arrangements if the working pattern you are looking for is not specifically indicated.  We're committed to continually building a safe and respectful workplace, where all our people feel appreciated and accepted. Through the creation of endorsed employee-led diversity networks which promote cultural, disability, LGBTI+, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people and gender equality, we're leading the way to shape an environment where everybody can thrive. We are proud to have been recognised for our efforts in inspiring change and accelerating progress - check out our careers site for recent recognition in this space. Next Steps Sound like the sort of role for you? Apply now. By applying to this job, you will be assessed against the Deloitte Global Talent Standards. We've designed these standards to provide our clients with a consistent and exceptional Deloitte employee experience globally. At Deloitte, we know we're at our best when we look out for one another; prioritise respect, fairness, development and wellbeing; foster an inclusive culture and embrace diversity in all forms. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment regardless of their background, experience, identity, ability or thinking style, and if you need assistance or an accommodation during the application process for accessibility reasons this is available upon request. The preferred candidate will be subject to background screening by Deloitte or by their external third-party provider.

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Nursing Assistants - Estia Health Camden

Estia Health

Combining stylish living with a home-like charm, Estia Health Camden offers the very best in individualised care and wellbeing. The home is situated in a peaceful semi-rural setting close to public transport, shops and the local hospital. With bright and relaxing living areas and a variety of events and activities, our residents enjoy the perfect balance of engaging social pursuits and opportunities for quieter times in a supportive environment. About the role Estia Health Camden are looking for multiple Nursing Assistants to join our team on a Part Time or Casual basis, working across a range of shifts in the morning, afternoon and evening. Delivering the best possible care to our residents (ensuring wellbeing and comfort) Supporting with daily living tasks (showering, meals etc) Manual handling Following direction from the Registered Nurse/s and managers What we will do for you At Estia Health, our people are the heart of our organisation, we love to see our team develop their careers with us Monthly training offered to solidify your skillset Regular toolbox talks to enhance your current learning Support with Nursing studies and opportunity to progress into a Registered Nurse once complete Placement opportunities for you to practice your leadership and mentoring skills Work in your local community and make a difference to the lives of our residents Annual Flu Shot provided About you You'll bring to the role your passionate and caring nature and you will have: Certificate III or IV in Aged Care/Individual Support Experience in Aged Care (highly regarded) Compassion for the elderly and a can-do attitude Excellent clinical documentation skills Excellent communication skills The ability to build positive relationships with your team and residents The right to work in Australia Evidence of COVID-19 vaccination Evidence of Influenza vaccination Single site workforce arrangements At Estia Health our intense focus is the health, safety and wellbeing of our residents and employees, and we have made several important changes to the way we provide care for our residents in response to COVID-19 (coronavirus). We continue to make changes as the situation evolves. As part of these measures, a single site workforce arrangement applies. Applicants must consider, that if successful, they must only engage in care activity with Estia Health Camden until further direction is given. Join us! If you would like to know more, please call us on 02 4655 2531 or by emailing us at camden@estiahealth.com.au. If this sounds like the role for you, click on APPLY NOW! To find out more about Estia Health and the wonderful work we do, please visit and follow our LinkedIn page at https://www.linkedin.com/company/estia-health/Multiple roles (part time and casual) - flexibility across weekdays and weekends, Make an impact in your local community of Camden!, Provide quality support while interacting with our staff and residents

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NSW > Sydney

Business Development Officer

Transdev Australasia

The role We have an opportunity for an experienced Business Development Officer to be a part of Transdev Australasia group business to support and contribute to the development of multi-million and multi-billion dollar large scale, complex public transport network tenders in the areas of Customer Experience, Engineering, Asset Management, Service Planning, and Operations across capital cities in Australia and New Zealand. Your daily duties will involve: Collaborate with leadership groups and operational SMEs across the broader Transdev Group to take into consideration and account for market development, technology change, technical requirements, innovation, evolving client and passenger expectations, competitive activity and new disruptive entrants Collate and analyse qualitative and quantitative data, developing business cases and assist in the preparation of proposals according to client requests Supporting Transdev Australasia's on-demand and related businesses with regular and detailed analysis of operational data performance and making recommendations to enhance revenue, improve customer experience or reduce costs Lead and/ or support tender workstream teams to ensure team-wide complaint solutions, coordination and integration with full consideration for the client and technical and engineering requirements Our Business Development team performs an important role in both preserving the current business of the company and building the future profitability of the company. The team also assists the current businesses on developing opportunities for organic development, including expanding existing activities into other modes or activities and supporting these businesses' services for legislative, Contract and technical delivery. This role's annual salary range is between $70k to $90k What you bring Fundamentally, we are looking for a forward-thinking individual who thrives in a demanding work environment with a significant volume of work To succeed in this role, you should possess a high level of commercial business acumen along with: Tertiary qualifications in engineering and/or transport planning. Demonstrated experience in working in disrupted transport businesses to support performance improvement and strategically think about technology, innovation and safety in business case analysis and development reviews Solid experience in data analysis using computerised statistical/data analysis techniques, and developing operational and financial models Ability to understand the complicated governance and financial structures of the transportation sector as well as extract and present statistical data in a clear, compliant and concise manner Ability to communicate effectively with a wide range of stakeholders and articulate public transport related technical/ engineering based issues in business language to non-technical audiences About Transdev Transdev is a world leader in the operation of passenger transport services which is a rapidly growing business and offers great career development opportunities. We operate in 19 countries around the world, with 83,000 employees and manage 41,000 vehicles. We are committed to creating a diverse, inclusive and flexible workforce which reflects the community and the customers we serve. Our values and beliefs As an equal opportunity employer, we are committed to reflecting the diversity of the communities we serve. We support applications from people representing all diversity groups and ages such as Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander, LGBTI, people with disabilities, religious beliefs, and ethnicity. We also have an uncompromising attitude to the safety of our employees, clients and customers Interested? If you're as passionate about delivering unparalleled service as we are then click the 'Apply now' button to complete your application form online.

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... and multi-billion dollar large scale, complex public transport network tenders in the areas of Customer Experience, ... a world leader in the operation of passenger transport services which is a rapidly growing business and ...
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NSW > Sydney

Network Compliance Officer

Transdev Australasia

Transdev NSW is currently seeking a Network Compliance Officer to join our bus team. Join our team of Journey Makers and make a real difference to improve the lives of Sydneysiders travelling on our roads. Global business with significant growth pipeline Opportunity for development Stable industry with great career progression The Opportunity The Network Compliance Officer will be responsible for the provision of an 'On-Network' presence to support the delivery of an enhanced customer service experience and drive continuous improvements in business performance. In this role you will monitor and undertake day to day on road assurance and compliance activities to ensure that all operational employees are supporting business performance. In collaboration with the wider Operations team, you will partner with HSEQ, Customer Service and People & Culture functions to create a high performing, engaged workforce through the delivery of innovative, engaging programs and through on the job mentoring and compliance activities. Manage your own time - hours are flexible! In this role you will: Assist the wider Operations team by gathering intelligence on operational performance of TDNSW services and the customer service experience Be responsible and proactive in the checking, reporting and identifying of any remedial training required to ensure correction of poor behaviours and contractual compliance by our driving workforce Conduct and/or participate in remedial training as required Ensure compliance with relevant administrative policies and procedures, safety rules and governmental regulations Support Area Managers and Service Delivery Managers to identify employees requiring additional training, coaching and/or development programs for employees Ensure that any administrative paperwork is completed in a timely manner and is filed as appropriate with copies being sent to the relevant depot Provide regular and specific feedback to the individual employee as well as relevant line managers on individual driver performance as well as broader driver performance issues Regular Revenue Protection duties including checking of valid OPAL Cards Bus Stop maintenance including bus stop sign, pole and timetable display replacement, Graffiti removal If you're passionate about what you do, and ready to take on the challenges and opportunities that come with working for a global public transport and mobility organisation, we'd like to hear from you. You will have the opportunity to make your professional mark in an organisation that places customers and the community at its heart and is committed to continuous improvement; you will work within our corporate shared services team, or within our dynamic operational ferry, bus or light rail teams. About You Extensive compliance and monitoring experience in a transport or related industry Experience in public transport operations, preferably bus, with some experience driving buses and experience coordinating bus operations in an operational control room or similar Good administration and communication skills together with demonstrated successful experience in the development and delivery of training programs in a multi-cultural workforce environment Demonstrated ability provide both positive and constructive feedback to operational employees vis-a-vis compliance with specified job content, including but not limited to, Safe Operating Procedures and company policies and procedures High level of initiative and demonstrated ability to exercise sound judgement in advising managers and others on sensitive issues. What we offer Inclusive and supportive work environment Flexibility at work and leave policies to support balanced work and family responsibilities Comprehensive Employee Assistance Program promoting positive health and wellbeing outcomes for all our employees, including counselling and professional advice, financial and lifestyle programs Global company across 17 countries with opportunity to grow and develop Shape the future of transport in your community - supporting the transition to green energy powered and zero emission modes About Transdev Transdev is a world leader in the operation of passenger transport services. We operate in 17 countries around the world, with 83,000 employees who enable 11 million passenger trips every day. We are committed to creating a diverse, inclusive and flexible workforce which reflects the community and the customers we serve. Our Values and beliefs The work we carry out at Transdev touches the lives of our families, friends and future generations alike. Contributing to our growing, global business means you can make your mark, push boundaries and reach your maximum potential. As an equal opportunity employer, we are committed to reflecting the diversity of the communities we serve. We support applications from people representing all diversity groups and ages such as Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander, Lesbian Gay Bisexual Trans and/or Intersex (LGBTI), people with disabilities, religious beliefs, and ethnicity. How to apply? If this sounds like you please click “Apply now.” For a confidential discussion please reach out to Marieke Reichert via Marieke.reichert@transdev.com.au. All of our recruitment processes include medicals, drug & alcohol testing, police checks, licence checks and right to work checks. By submitting your personal information to Transdev you consent to such information being collected, held, used and disclosed in accordance with our Privacy Policy .

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Registered Nurse - Estia Health Taree

Estia Health

Set within a serene bushland environment, Estia Health Taree is a warm and welcoming home that provides residents with every contemporary comfort. It is conveniently located opposite Mayo Private Hospital and moments from transport and the Taree Shopping Complex. A wide range of social and lifestyle activities are offered to our residents, who can relax in landscaped gardens, join in events or chat with friends and family in our sun-filled living areas and courtyards. About the role Estia Health Taree are looking for a Registered Nurse to join their team on a Full time basis working across a range of morning, afternoon and evening shifts (including night duty). Working in the clinical team, our Registered Nurses inspire others while coordinating the provision of daily care needs to our residents. The role also involves: The provision of clinical care in accordance with legislation and practice within a professional and ethical frame work Completing comprehensive, individual assessments and care plans for new and existing residents Ensuring timely and accurate documentation including ACFI What we will do for you At Estia Health, our people are the heart of our organisation, we love to see our team develop their careers with us Join one of Australia's leading aged care providers in one of the fastest-growing industries Support with Nursing studies and the opportunity to progress as a Registered Nurse once complete Lead a team and develop your coaching skills as you work to educate our carers Regular toolbox talks so you stay informed on processes Development opportunities such as our Emerging Leaders Program for high performing staff to be mentored by a member of our executive team Work in your local community and make a difference to the lives of our residents About you You'll bring to the role your passionate and caring nature and you will have: Current AHPRA Registration Excellent communication and clinical documentation skills Excellent time management and organisational skills The ability to effectively lead a team (leadership experience highly regarded) Experience working within an Aged Care or similar environment Prior ACFI experience A commitment to keeping yourself and others safe The right to work in Australia Join us! If you would like to know more, please call us on 02 6539 3700 or by emailing us at Taree@estiahealth.com.au. If this sounds like the role for you, click on APPLY NOW! To find out more about Estia Health and the wonderful work we do, please visit and follow our LinkedIn page at https://www.linkedin.com/company/estia-health/Enjoy the stability of this full-time role, Progress with our Emerging Leaders Program and toolbox talks, Join a supportive and friendly team in a high performing environment!

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... residents with every contemporary comfort. It is conveniently located opposite Mayo Private Hospital and moments from transport and the Taree Shopping Complex. A wide range of social and lifestyle activities are offered ...
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NSW > NSW North Coast

Enrolled Nurse - Estia Health Taree

Estia Health

Set within a serene bushland environment, Estia Health Taree is a warm and welcoming home that provides residents with every contemporary comfort. It is conveniently located opposite Mayo Private Hospital and moments from transport and the Taree Shopping Complex. A wide range of social and lifestyle activities are offered to our residents, who can relax in landscaped gardens, join in events or chat with friends and family in our sun-filled living areas and courtyards. About the role Estia Health Taree are looking for an experienced Enrolled Nurse to join their team on a Part Time basis working across a range of morning, afternoon and evening shifts (including night duty). Working in the clinical team, our Enrolled Nurses inspire others while coordinating the provision of daily care needs to our residents. The role also involves: The provision of clinical care in accordance with legislation and practice within a professional and ethical frame work Completing comprehensive, individual assessments and care plans for new and existing residents Ensuring timely and accurate documentation including ACFI What we will do for you At Estia Health, our people are the heart of our organisation, we love to see our team develop their careers with us Join one of Australia's leading aged care providers in one of the fastest-growing industries Support with Nursing studies and the opportunity to progress as a Registered Nurse once complete Lead a team and develop your coaching skills as you work to educate our carers Regular toolbox talks so you stay informed on processes Development opportunities such as our Emerging Leaders Program for high performing staff to be mentored by a member of our executive team Work in your local community and make a difference to the lives of our residents About you You'll bring to the role your passionate and caring nature and you will have: Current Enrolled Nurse AHPRA Registration Excellent communication and clinical documentation skills Demonstrated understanding of clinical governance and high impact high prevalence risks for consumers Excellent time management and organisational skills The ability to effectively lead a team (leadership experience highly regarded) Experience working within an Aged Care or similar environment Prior ACFI experience A commitment to keeping yourself and others safe The right to work in Australia Join us! If you would like to know more, please call us on 02 6539 3700 or by emailing us at Taree@estiahealth.com.au. If this sounds like the role for you, click on APPLY NOW! To find out more about Estia Health and the wonderful work we do, please visit and follow our LinkedIn page at https://www.linkedin.com/company/estia-health/Enjoy the flexibility of this Part Time role!, Opportunity to further develop skill levels within the Aged Care framework, Join a supportive and friendly team in a high performing environment!

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NSW > NSW North Coast

Nursing Assistant - Estia Health Taree

Estia Health

Set within a serene bushland environment, Estia Health Taree is a warm and welcoming home that provides residents with every contemporary comfort. It is conveniently located opposite Mayo Private Hospital and moments from transport and the Taree Shopping Complex. A wide range of social and lifestyle activities are offered to our residents, who can relax in landscaped gardens, join in events or chat with friends and family in our sun-filled living areas and courtyards. About the role Estia Health Taree are looking for Nursing Assistants to join our team on a Full time or Part time basis, working across a range of shifts in the morning, afternoon and evening on a rotating roster (including night shifts). Delivering the best possible care to our residents (ensuring wellbeing and comfort) Supporting with daily living tasks (showering, meals etc) Manual handling Following direction from the Registered Nurse/s and managers What we will do for you At Estia Health, our people are the heart of our organisation, we love to see our team develop their careers with us Monthly training offered to solidify your skillset. Regular toolbox talks to enhance your current learning Support with Nursing studies and opportunity to progress into a Registered Nurse once complete Placement opportunities for you to practice your leadership and mentoring skills Work in your local community and make a difference to the lives of our residents Annual Flu Shot provided About you You'll bring to the role your passionate and caring nature and you will have: Certificate III or IV in Aged Care/Individual Support Experience in Aged Care (highly regarded) Dementia Care Unit experience (highly regarded) Compassion for the elderly and a can-do attitude Excellent clinical documentation skills Excellent communication skills The ability to build positive relationships with your team and residents The right to work in Australia Join us! If you would like to know more, please call us on 02 6539 3700 or by emailing us at Taree@estiahealth.com.au. If this sounds like the role for you, click on APPLY NOW! To find out more about Estia Health and the wonderful work we do, please visit and follow our LinkedIn page at https://www.linkedin.com/company/estia-health/Enjoy a work-life balance with this Full time or Part time role, Take the next step in your nursing career with Estia Health, Join a supportive and friendly team in a high performing environment!

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NSW > Sydney

Weekend Cook - Estia Manly Vale

Estia Health

Estia Health Manly Vale is a luxury residence that excels in every aspect of care, comfort and ambience. Purpose-built in 2007, the modern architecture captures natural light to create a sense of elegant spaciousness throughout all living areas and private rooms. Situated in a quiet residential street, the home is close to Manly beach, shops, hospitals and public transport. Elegant and classical décor is complemented by a beautifully landscaped courtyard and expansive views over the surrounding areas from the first floor balcony, providing residents with a warm, welcoming and supportive environment in which to live. About the role Estia Health Manly Vale have a fantastic opportunity for an experienced Cook to to join our friendly and supportive team on a part time basis, covering Saturday and Sunday shifts, 9am to 5.30pm (with the potential for weekday shifts as they become available). This role is perfect for someone who is looking to expand their hospitality skills! This role involves: Ensure our residents are provided with healthy, nutritious and delicious meals Tailoring meals to meet individual needs and preferences Working alongside the Head Chef to assist with kitchen management Support the broader kitchen team to deliver a memorable dining experience What we will do for you At Estia Health, our people are the heart of our organisation, we love to see our team develop their careers with us. Quarterly Masterclasses with other Cooks and Chefs Opportunity to mentor and learn from others in your peer group Expand your own skillset with regular development sessions Work across a wide network within our number of homes Join one of Australia's leading aged care providers in one of the fastest-growing industries Estia offers a range of benefits including attractive remuneration packages with workplace banking, novated leases and EAP services Work in your local community and make a difference to the lives of our residents About you You will bring your agility and hands-on experience and you will have: Cert III in Commercial Cookery Experience within a commercial kitchen highly regarded Strong leadership and communication skills Excellent documentation practice An ability fulfill the duties of a kitchen hand when required Experience with delivering a range of fresh meals highly regarded Join Us If you would like to know more, please call us on 02 9951 0400 or by emailing us at manlyvale@estiahealth.com.au. If this sounds like the role for you, click on APPLY NOW! To find out more about Estia Health and the wonderful work we do, please visit and follow our LinkedIn page at https://www.linkedin.com/company/estia-health/Part Time role - Saturday and Sunday (9am - 5.30pm), Large purpose built kitchen, cooking for 82 aged care residents, Feel supported by management with ongoing career opportunities

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... in a quiet residential street, the home is close to Manly beach, shops, hospitals and public transport. Elegant and classical décor is complemented by a beautifully landscaped courtyard and expansive views over the ...
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NSW > Sydney

Lead Digital Producer (Casual)

Tabcorp

From nation-defining races to world-class media that transports our customers trackside, creating amazing experiences is what we live for. As part of our media team, you'll help create excitement in the contest like no one else. SKY broadcast live multi-channel entertainment to millions of customers, wherever they are in the world. That's over 130,000 races a year, in 60+ countries and 4,500+ venue partners across Australia. And what we deliver today? We're on track to doubling tomorrow. So, if you're passionate about creating moments that matter for our customers, our industry and your career — we'll back you all the way. What you'll do Effectively manage and meet deadlines for the SKY Digital Team, ensuring all content delivery and promotions are correctly uploaded and accurately positioned on our digital platforms Support editorial process for racing and sports content to enhance promoting news items, programs and wagering. Strong focus on editing news, columns and market update stories for domestic and international events Work with partners at TAB to leverage output to customers and liaise with the social media team to ensure all relevant content and news stories support SKY Liaise with Sky Thoroughbred Central / SKY 1 & 2 Producers and radio teams to ensure all racing and sports programs are delivered in line with our digital strategy What you'll bring Bachelor or equivalent journalism or media qualification with experience working in streaming/television and vast experience in digital and/or racing media A pro-active approach, strong communication skills and ability to thrive under pressure Deep understanding as to how and what Content Management Systems are used Experience in written content highly desirable and an understanding of wagering and racing hugely advantageous This is a casual role (average 20 hours per week), and candidates will need to be flexible in their approach to work, and work hours across a 7-day working week. Availability over weekends and evenings is required. About Tabcorp We're Australia's largest gambling entertainment company. Together, we build on our 100+ year heritage by delivering Excitement with Integrity, every day. Each one of us is here to put our customers at the heart of everything we do by creating moments that engage, surprise and thrill. Our 4,500+ strong team is as diverse as Australia itself. Our people drive homegrown world-class brands; Tatts, TAB, NSW Lotteries, Golden Casket, SA Lotteries, Keno, Sky Racing, Sky Sports Radio and MAX. As an ASX listed company we're proud to shape our industry for the better. Because together, anything's possible. Tabcorp is committed to creating an inclusive workplace where all our people feel valued for their unique qualities and have a sense of belonging. If you need assistance or adjustments to fully participate in the application process, please contact tabcorprecruitment@tabcorp.com.au COVID-19 Tabcorp is closely monitoring Department of Health guidelines to ensure we continue to provide a safe working environment.

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... -defining races to world-class media that transports our customers trackside, creating amazing experiences is ... people drive homegrown world-class brands; Tatts, TAB, NSW Lotteries, Golden Casket, SA Lotteries, Keno, Sky ...
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NSW > Sydney

Heavy Vehicle Body Repairer

Transdev Australasia

Transdev is a world leader in the operation of passenger transport services. Operating in 19 countries around the world, with 83,000 employees and managing 41,000 vehicles we are committed to creating a diverse, inclusive and flexible workforce which reflects the community and the customers we serve. Leveraging from our global community, our bus business in Sydney offers you access to a host of systems, tools and processes to get the job done safely and effectively and provide a truly world-class experience for our customers. The Role Contribute to the high standard of presentation and general repair of our fleet of vehicles in line with best practice to ensure we operate in a safe, timely and efficient manner. Collaborating with the Asset team, you will implement and promote systems for asset management and initiatives and activities. What you bring In addition to your Trade qualifications (Body Builder/Body Repairer) you will possess a high standard of workmanship. You will be computer literate in Word and Excel. The Benefits for you As well as financial rewards and opportunities for career progression, you'll also enjoy great benefits including a clean and orderly working environment and the support of dedicated managers who have your best interests at heart. You will have access to sophisticated tools and systems and programs and ongoing training to help you be the best you can be. Our Values and beliefs The work we carry out at Transdev touches the lives of our families, friends and future generations alike. As an equal opportunity employer, we are committed to reflecting the diversity of the communities we serve. We support applications from people representing all diversity groups and ages such as Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander, LGBTI, people with disabilities, religious beliefs and ethnicity. Our recruitment process We have an uncompromising attitude to the safety of our employees, client and customers so our recruitment process may include medicals, drug & alcohol testing, police checks, licence checks and right to work checks. By submitting your personal information to Transdev you consent to such information being collected, held, used and disclosed in accordance with our Privacy Policy To find out more visit our careers page http://www.transdev.com.au/careers#work-with-us or contact Menchie Chicote on 0417 117 017 for a discussion. Interested? If you're passionate about delivering unparalleled service as we are then click the ' apply now' button to go to our Transdev careers website and complete your application form online.

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NSW > Sydney

Network Planning (multiple roles available)

Transdev Australasia

Multiple Opportunities Available The Network Solutions team is at the heart of ensuring our public transport services deliver to the local communities that we serve on a daily basis. Over the past two years our Network Planning department has been on a development journey ensuring our network planning and scheduling solutions are not only best in practice but driven by real data and insights to ensure optimal outcomes for our customers and clients. The result of this journey is a Network Solutions Centre of Excellence which operates nationally across multiple modes of transport (Bus, Ferry, Heavy & Light Rail operations). We are now looking to take the next step on our journey and grow our team of experts further. We currently have multiple roles available in the team and are seeking expressions of interest. There are a mix of roles available some working across our business operations and others that will solely support business development and tender activity. If you have experience in any of the following and being part of a best in class Network Solutions team sounds like your next step, then please get in contact to learn more. Network Planning Managers Network Schedulers Network Planners Network Support Officers Operational Data Analysts Don't see your role listed? Don't let that put you off, if you have strong experience in transport scheduling, operations planning, operational data analysis or network planning then get in contact or feel free to reach out to Amanda directly on 0428 885 357 or email amanda.selleck@transdev.com.au About Transdev Transdev is a world leader in the operation of passenger transport services. We operate in 19 countries around the world, with 83,000 employees and manage 41,000 vehicles. We are committed to creating a diverse, inclusive and flexible workforce which reflects the community and the customers we serve. The benefits for you Transdev offer a range of competitive benefits including: Working in a complex environment spanning multiple modes of transport The opportunity to work with a global team of experts on overseas opportunities expanding your international knowledge of public transport The chance to work on stretch projects and be promoted as we continue to grow Competitive remuneration Flexible working in an inclusive culture Paid parental leave We are proudly an Employer of Choice for Gender Equality Our values and beliefs As an equal opportunity employer, we are committed to reflecting the diversity of the communities we serve. We support applications from people representing all diversity groups and ages such as Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander, LGBTQI+, people with disabilities, religious beliefs, and ethnicity. We also have an uncompromising attitude to the safety of our employees, clients and customers Interested? Click 'Apply' to submit your expression of interest or reach out to Amanda Selleck directly on 0428 885 357 or email Amanda.selleck@transdev.com.au

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... result of this journey is a Network Solutions Centre of Excellence which operates nationally across multiple modes of transport (Bus, Ferry, Heavy & Light Rail operations). We are now looking to take the next step on our ...
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Manager, Associate Director, Director - Deal Advisory

KPMG

Meet incredible people from a diverse range of cultures and backgrounds Join an innovative and fast-growing national practice Fantastic opportunity to progress your career with a leading organisation Who are we? KPMG Australia is part of a global network providing extensive services across a wide range of industries and sectors. Our people collaborate, share their expertise and innovate as we partner with clients to solve complex challenges, empower change, drive disruption and enable growth. We are looking for talented people who share our purpose of inspiring confidence and empowering change for our clients, our people and our communities. Why now and why us? At KPMG Australia, we work with some of the most exciting, innovative and important businesses in Australia. We have entered an exciting period of growth and we are looking for incredible and diverse individuals to join our supportive team in Australia. We're committed to providing an environment which enables everyone to succeed - where inclusion is at the heart of our values. Your Opportunity Come and be part of this evolution and a dynamic, fast growing, market leading organisation who are passionately committed to helping our clients succeed in rising to this challenge. We currently have exciting opportunities across our Deal Advisory division How are you Extraordinary? At KPMG, we believe diversity of thought, background and unique experience strengthens relationships and delivers meaningful benefits to our people, our clients and communities. We are seeking individuals at the Manager, Associate Director & Director level to join our Deal Advisory team, with the below skillsets: Debt Advisory A relevant tertiary qualification in Commerce or similar, with a strong academic record and ability to commence / continue relevant post graduate studies (CFA, CA, Masters in Finance) Preference for current experience in securitisation transactions from a client facing role within a major Bank, Advisory firm, Investment Bank or commercial environment Ambition and passion for a career in the commercial environment and corporate finance Have a questioning mind and demonstrate willingness to learn and support the wider team, both locally and nationally Mature attitude, attention to detail, high degree of accuracy, and the ability to work closely to schedule and meet deadlines with a strong team orientation Transaction Services A relevant tertiary qualification in Commerce or similar, with a strong academic record and ability to commence / continue relevant post graduate studies (CFA, CA, Masters in Finance) Strong analytical skills Demonstrated experience in either Audit or Transaction services Valuations Strong analytical (quantitative and qualitative) and report writing skills Experience in excel-based financial analysis and advantageous if you have financial modelling capabilities Project management skills with the ability to meet deadlines on multiple client engagements Strong attention to detail and care for the quality of your work Ability to build robust relationships at all levels, internally and externally A degree in Commerce or Finance and/or a professional accounting or finance qualification is expected and one to three years' experience in a valuation or similar commercial environment will be beneficial. Strategy Exceptional analytical and quantitative problem solving skills Strong numerical capabilities combined with sound commercial acumen Structured thinking skills combined with creativity Ability to review and assess large volumes of technical data and distil the key strategic insights Ability to adapt to a constantly changing and rapidly growing business environment Ability to work effectively with people at all levels across an organisation Experience working for a recognised consulting firm, or central strategy/corporate development team Financial Modelling Demonstrated experience building complex financial models supporting infrastructure or M&A transactions. Strong knowledge of Microsoft Excel. Tertiary qualifications in commerce, law, economics, engineering or other relevant subjects and have outstanding academic transcripts. Relevant professional experience likely gained in a Chartered Accounting firm, law firm, management consultancy, engineering consultancy, corporate advisor, investment bank, project finance team of a commercial bank, infrastructure fund, construction firm or within Government. Strong interest in developing a career in infrastructure, contestability, privatisation, real estate, corporate finance, strategy and transaction advisory. Relevant experience with M&A transactions and/or major projects, such as in the transport, social infrastructure, energy, mining, resources, or property sectors. Strong interpersonal, problem solving and communication skills, combined with high attention to detail. Ability to juggle competing demands and work in a dynamic environment. Mergers & Acquisitions Diversified M&A transaction experience preferably within a Big 4, corporate development team and/or investment banking/boutique firm; A degree in business, commerce/accounting or a relevant discipline including CA and/or CFA qualifications; Ability to help lead the day to day execution of a full cycle M&A transaction; Exceptional networking and client skills coupled with the ability to identify business opportunities and develop engagement pipelines; Advanced stakeholder management skills; Resilience and an ability to perform in a high pressure/fast-paced business environment; and Demonstrated mentoring, development and training of junior team members. Enterprise Deals Advisory A degree in Commerce or Finance and ideally a professional accounting qualification Strong technical skills backed by a commercial flair and ability to interpret financial models Experience of data & analytics in a deal context The ability to build robust relationships at all levels, internally and externally A desire to contribute to team success along with a motivated and dedicated work ethic Restructuring Services CA qualification or working towards completion; Degree in business, commerce/accounting or a relevant discipline; Exposure to informal turnaround or restructuring engagements; Prior insolvency experience across the range of formal appointments; Strong analytical and problem solving skills; Proficiency in using Excel to interpret data and generate insights; Ability to work in a team environment and provide meaningful support to senior team members on larger/complex assignments; A positive mindset and strong commercial and interpersonal skills We have offices in the following locations: Sydney Melbourne Brisbane Perth Gold Coast Parramatta Penrith Wollongong Darwin Newcastle/Hunter Region Hobart The KPMG Difference At KPMG, we're passionate about creating an inclusive workplace that promotes and values diversity. We believe that everyone's unique experiences enable us to deliver meaningful benefits for our people, our clients and communities. We welcome and encourage applications from people of all backgrounds, ages, religions, including Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples, LGBTIQ+ people, those with a disability, women and people with a cultural or linguistically diverse background. We embrace flexibility as a key principle to allow our people to manage the changing demands of work, personal and family life. KPMG has a decade-long, proud commitment to Indigenous Australia, as demonstrated by the achievement of an Elevate level Reconciliation Action Plan. KPMG is a foundation member and Principal Partner of Pride in Diversity started in Australia by ACON and the Diversity Council of Australia, and is recognised in the Australian Workplace Equality Index(AWEI) which evaluates LGBTIQ+ inclusiveness in the workplace. KPMG Australia has been consistently recognised as an Employer of Choice in the Australian Government's Workplace Gender Equality Agency(WGEA) annual index. Flexibility empowers wellbeing Flexibility enables contribution to the community Flexibility inspires technology & innovation Flexibility supports family Make KPMG the clear choice for your career and be Extraordinary!

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NSW > Sydney

Manager, Associate Director & Director- E&AM, PRC & IPG

KPMG

Meet incredible people from a diverse range of cultures and backgrounds Join an innovative and fast-growing national practice Fantastic opportunity to progress your career with a leading organisation Who are we? KPMG Australia is part of a global network providing extensive services across a wide range of industries and sectors. Our people collaborate, share their expertise and innovate as we partner with clients to solve complex challenges, empower change, drive disruption and enable growth. We are looking for talented people who share our purpose of inspiring confidence and empowering change for our clients, our people and our communities. Why now and why us? At KPMG Australia, we work with some of the most exciting, innovative and important businesses in Australia. We have entered an exciting period of growth and we are looking for incredible and diverse individuals to join our supportive team in Australia. We're committed to providing an environment which enables everyone to succeed - where inclusion is at the heart of our values. Your Opportunity Come and be part of this evolution and a dynamic, fast growing, market leading organisation who are passionately committed to helping our clients succeed in rising to this challenge. We currently have exciting opportunities for a Managers, Associate Directors and Directors across our Engineering and Asset Maintenance team How are you Extraordinary? At KPMG, we believe diversity of thought, background and unique experience strengthens relationships and delivers meaningful benefits to our people, our clients and communities. We are seeking individuals at the Manager and Associate Director & Director level to join our Risk Consulting team, with the below skillsets: Engineering & Asset Management - Water Your qualifications could include a Bachelor or Master of Science, Engineering or Technology, a PHD in these disciplines or an MBA Experience working for a water authority, or in a consultancy with a focus on the water sector with an understanding of emerging opportunities and challenges in the industry. Demonstrated experience improving asset management capability through the implementation or management of enterprise asset management information systems such as Maximo; SAP or Technology One and associated processes. Experience in leveraging data to deliver improvements in asset strategy; capital project delivery or operations and maintenance. A strong team leader with demonstrated ability to bring out the best in the people you lead. A proven track record of delivering results, with high level strategic thinking, problem solving and communication skills to build trust and credibility with clients. Understanding of emerging asset management and technology trends and their application to the water industry. Engineering & Asset Management - Power You hold a Bachelor or higher degrees in Engineering and have a passion for achieving great business outcomes. At least 10 years of experience in the power industry at a senior management level Industry engineering or asset management experience in Power generation lifecycle management (i.e. thermal generations, wind, solar) Power networks lifecycle management (i.e. Overhead networks, Underground networks, Zone sub-stations, or Secondary systems (i.e. SCADA and communications) Experience in network planning, power system operations, field force operations Exposure to Asset Management systems & operating models, intelligent assets and analytics, capital investment planning, maintenance strategy and service delivery optimisation Defence Extensive experience of Engineering and Asset Management gained within the defence and construction sector. Working side by side with our clients in developing and managing Product Realisation and Management Strategies Contributing to the asset management body of knowledge through thought leadership and collaborative involvement with government, industry, tertiary institutions and associations Asset management policy and strategy & information and knowledge Life-cycle decision-making Assessing and managing asset management risks Developing asset management plans & logistic support plans Managing asset lifecycle activities Engineering and Asset Management - Healthcare Specialists You hold a Bachelor or higher degree in Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics (STEM) and have a passion for achieving great business outcomes. Proven industry experience in one or more of the following areas in the health or hospital environment: Capital Works and Infrastructure development Asset Management (Engineering, Facilities, Biomedical) Operations management, Corporate services management & Field engineering Highly developed problem solving and analytical skills. Strong communication skills and experience effectively engaging with clients and/or stakeholders. Demonstrated ability to prioritise initiatives and deliver solutions in a dynamic and challenging environment. Experience in asset management strategy and planning; capital investment planning or maintenance strategy optimisation is valued. Engineering and Asset Management - Energy You hold a Bachelor or higher degree in Engineering and have a passion for achieving great business outcomes. Proven industry advisory and engineering experience in Asset management for power networks Digital engineering and analytics for business improvement Transmission, distribution and generation concept development Business case development for capital project delivery Understanding of energy markets operation across Australia Exposure to developments in the power industry/ markets - VPPs, aggregators, SPS etc Exposure to power consumption (end user) patterns - Industrial and urban use Exposure to future fuel technologies - Hydrogen and Electric mobility Regulatory requirements and pre-requisites for power utilities and end users Highly developed problem solving and analytical skills. Strong communication skills and experience effectively engaging with clients and/or stakeholders. Engineering & Asset Management - Mining Bachelor, Masters or PhD degree in Science, Engineering or Technology disciplines; Experience in engaging with asset owners, managers, operators, regulators or in management consultancy firms to develop asset management strategies, plans and maintenance strategies across Resources, Mining, Energy or Utility portfolios. 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Appropriate skills in procedures for Project Controls implementation and management, including Earned Value (EV) and progress measurement Knowledge of best industry practice Project Management, Project Controls and Risk/Contingency Management (e.g. PMBOK, Total Cost Management AACE, ISO 31000, RES Contingency Guideline, etc.) Appropriate association memberships and recognition of expertise (e.g. MIEAus, RES, AACEi, ACES, AIQS, RICS, RMIA, PMI, APM) Knowledge in relevant software, e.g. Primavera P6, Asta Powerproject, MSP, CostX, Expert Estimation, @Risk, Acumen Fuse/Risk and Enterprise Risk Management (ERM) platforms The ability to assist in the creation and maintenance of strong client relationships as well as to identify new business opportunities Demonstrate consulting and advisory skills and experience, with business development related activities considered very favourably IPG Provide clients with strategic, financial, transactional and commercial advice, in relation to business cases, decision making and transaction processes to procure and deliver large scale projects across a range of sectors. Proven experience in providing strategic, financial, transactional and commercial advice in respect to major infrastructure projects, complex service procurement, real estate, major projects, strategy and / or transaction advisory across the transport, social infrastructure, energy, mining, resources, or property sectors. Relevant professional experience likely gained in a Chartered Accounting firm, law firm, management consultancy, engineering consultancy, corporate advisor, investment bank, project finance team of a commercial bank, infrastructure fund, construction firm or within Government. Tertiary qualifications in commerce, law, economics, engineering or other relevant subjects with outstanding academic results. An interest in the use of technology and data to improve the way in which infrastructure projects are planned, procured, delivered and managed. We have offices in the following locations: Sydney Melbourne Brisbane Perth Gold Coast Parramatta Penrith Wollongong Darwin Newcastle/Hunter Region Hobart The KPMG Difference At KPMG, we're passionate about creating an inclusive workplace that promotes and values diversity. We believe that everyone's unique experiences enable us to deliver meaningful benefits for our people, our clients and communities. We welcome and encourage applications from people of all backgrounds, ages, religions, including Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples, LGBTIQ+ people, those with a disability, women and people with a cultural or linguistically diverse background. We embrace flexibility as a key principle to allow our people to manage the changing demands of work, personal and family life. KPMG has a decade-long, proud commitment to Indigenous Australia, as demonstrated by the achievement of an Elevate level Reconciliation Action Plan. KPMG is a foundation member and Principal Partner of Pride in Diversity started in Australia by ACON and the Diversity Council of Australia, and is recognised in the Australian Workplace Equality Index(AWEI) which evaluates LGBTIQ+ inclusiveness in the workplace. KPMG Australia has been consistently recognised as an Employer of Choice in the Australian Government's Workplace Gender Equality Agency(WGEA) annual index. Flexibility empowers wellbeing Flexibility enables contribution to the community Flexibility inspires technology & innovation Flexibility supports family Make KPMG the clear choice for your career and be Extraordinary!

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Senior Consultant to Associate Director - ILS (Integrated Logistics Support) Engineering, Assets and Project Delivery (EA&PD) | Infrastructure, Assets & Places (Canberra, Sydney, Adelaide, Perth, Melbourne, Brisbane)

KPMG

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A core part of the vision for IAP is to attract and retain the best people as a destination employer - offering rewarding careers and investing in the growth of our people. We are committed to sustaining a positive culture that is: Bold and agile Diverse and inclusive Collaborative and trusting Energetic, ambitious and fun. Within IAP, our Engineering, Assets and Project Delivery (EA&PD) team is seeking qualified persons in Integrated Logistics Support (ILS) and Logistics Support Analysis (LSA) who bring extensive experience of these disciplines gained within the Defence sector. Our team has experience and expertise that lies across every asset class and sector, and that spans all phases of the project lifecycle, and have a range of exciting projects being delivered remotely and on location in each capital city. We understand the complex challenges in delivering major Defence projects. We thrive on this complexity and the discipline, collegiality, and vision that is required to drive successful outcomes. To find out more click here . Why now and why us? As a priority growth area for KPMG Australia, IAP is investing in both people and technology to enhance our capabilities - and to help our people flourish. How we grow starts with you, and we believe how you grow matters. We currently have a range of exciting, nationally significant engagements and opportunities including: Many of Australia's largest and most complex transport projects Socially impactful projects and reform initiatives in health, social & affordable housing, education and justice Critical work with Australia's Defence and associated National Security portfolios Renewable/clean energy projects and energy transition initiatives Significant property transactions and precinct development activities. Your opportunity We are currently seeking candidates for a number of positions from Consultant to Associate Director based in each capital city . As senior leaders within our high-performing team, you will deliver: Integrated Logistics Support policy and strategy ILS information architectures and knowledge Support to client ILS decision-making Assessing and managing logistics management risks Developing ILS Concepts, Plans and Instructions Logistics Support Analysis, including any of the following: RCM, PMO, RCA, FMECA, FMEA, maintenance requirements determination (MRD), maintenance task analysis (MTA), sparing analysis statistical analysis and modelling (Weibull, Bayesian, Stochastic modelling, Monte Carlo simulations, systems dynamics modelling) technical writing of LSA artefacts against ASDEFCON requirements Systems Engineering (inc. Model Based Systems Engineering) in the context of technical requirements and change impact assessment Managing asset logistics lifecycle activities Support asset optimisation using ILS and LSA practices In addition to the above it would be advantageous for the candidate to have some experience in at least two of the following areas: Integrated Logistics Support planning and management system design Integrated Logistics Support performance measurement, data analytics and data maturity assessments Managing products within Defence's Capability Life Cycle Management system Enterprise asset management system and asset information quality improvements Experience with ILS and LSA delivery in Defence Industry and leadership of technical teams practicing these disciplines Responsibilities? The individual will be responsible, amongst other things for: Working side by side with our clients in developing and managing Integrated Logistics Support Strategies Working to develop and grow KPMG's Integrated Logistics Support advisory business capabilities and experience Contributing to Integrated Logistics Support body of knowledge through thought leadership and collaborative involvement with government, industry, tertiary institutions and associations The successful candidate(s) must be Australian citizens, with the ability to obtain a security clearance. It is highly desirable that the successful candidate(s) hold a current AGSVA (or recently lapsed) security clearance. They will also have highly developed communication, collaboration and problem-solving skills, and a track record of achieving results. The KPMG Difference Our people are focused on creating a diverse and dynamic environment that embraces and values differences. We value the variety of unique experiences, qualities and characteristics that our people possess, and we share and learn from each other. We are proud to be consistently recognised as an employer of choice for women, and for our achievements in LGBT+ workplace inclusion. Our commitment to 'Flexibility' allows our people to manage the changing demands of work, personal or family life. Explore the links below to hear our people share their experience @ KPMG! Flexibility empowers wellbeing Flexibility enables contribution to the community Flexibility inspires technology & innovation Flexibility supports family Make KPMG the clear choice for your career and be Extraordinary!

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Senior Consultant to Associate Director - Engineering, Assets and Project Delivery

KPMG

Senior Consultant to Associate Director - Engineering, Assets and Project Delivery (EA&PD) | Infrastructure, Assets & Places ( Nationally ) About the job Help build a better Australia Immerse yourself in an inclusive, diverse and supportive culture Join a market-leading team delivering some of Australia's most significant infrastructure projects and programs Enjoy our flexible working environment As part of one of the most trusted and respected global professional services firms, KPMG Australia's Infrastructure, Assets and Places (IAP) group brings together market-leading strategic, commercial and technical capabilities to create something that is truly unique for our clients and our people. We are looking for talented individuals who share our purpose of building a better Australia through the planning, procurement, delivery and optimisation of infrastructure, assets and places. A core part of the vision for IAP is to attract and retain the best people as a destination employer - offering rewarding careers and investing in the growth of our people. We are committed to sustaining a positive culture that is: Bold and agile Diverse and inclusive Collaborative and trusting Energetic, ambitious and fun. Within IAP, our - Engineering, Assets and Project Delivery (EA&PD) team are seeking qualified people who will bring extensive experience of Engineering and Asset Management to join the team. Your passion for asset engineering and achieving great client outcomes will be backed by a proven track record of success. We understand the complex challenges in delivering major infrastructure projects. We thrive on this complexity and the discipline, collegiality, and vision that is required to drive successful outcomes. To find out more click here . Why now and why us? As a priority growth area for KPMG Australia, IAP is investing in both people and technology to enhance our capabilities - and to help our people flourish. How we grow starts with you, and we believe how you grow matters. We currently have a range of exciting, nationally significant engagements and opportunities including: Many of Australia's largest and most complex transport projects Socially impactful projects and reform initiatives in health, social & affordable housing, education and justice Critical work with Australia's Defence and associated National Security portfolios Renewable/clean energy projects and energy transition initiatives Significant property transactions and precinct development activities. Your opportunity We are currently seeking candidates for a number of positions from Senior Consultant to Associate Director across Australia . As senior leaders within our high-performing team, you will: Highly developed problem solving and analytical skills. Demonstrated ability to conceptualise required outcomes for complex issues and convert analysis into practical, quantitative business recommendations. Strong communication skills and experience engaging with clients and stakeholders to elicit and interpret requirements and manage project delivery. Demonstrated ability to prioritise initiatives and deliver solutions in a dynamic and challenging environment. Ability to produce high quality reports, presentations and data analysis Experience in application and use of tools supporting the RAM, configuration management, maintenance engineering and logistics support analysis process Management consulting experience (desirable) You will be responsible for providing our valued clients with advice in one or more, but not limited to the following areas: RAM program development and improvement Maintenance Program reviews, including maintenance planning and packaging Performance modelling using maintenance and RAM data as input Developing system hierarchies to establish the asset baseline Developing asset management plans and processes Involvement in and facilitation of reliability centred maintenance activities Root cause analysis Life cycle cost analysis and modelling using operational performance and maintenance data How are you extraordinary? Ideal candidates for this role will bring with them: Bachelor, Masters or PhD degree in Science, Engineering or Technology disciplines; Experience in engaging with asset owners, managers, operators, regulators or in management consultancy firms to develop asset management strategies, plans and maintenance strategies across Resources, Mining, Energy or Utility portfolios. CAMA qualified or an applied knowledge of asset management standards and State based regulatory frameworks including ISO55001, GFMAM, Asset Management Accountability Framework, Economic Regulation; Applied knowledge and experience of analytical tools, processes and practices High level strategic thinking and problem solving and communication skills to effectively manage unexpected and sensitive issues and events Demonstrated advanced ability to conceptualise required outcomes for complex issues and quickly convert analysis into practical, quantitative business recommendations The KPMG Difference Our people are focused on creating a diverse and dynamic environment that embraces and values differences. We value the variety of unique experiences, qualities and characteristics that our people possess, and we share and learn from each other. We are proud to be consistently recognised as an employer of choice for women, and for our achievements in LGBT+ workplace inclusion. Our commitment to 'Flexibility' allows our people to manage the changing demands of work, personal or family life. Explore the links below to hear our people share their experience @ KPMG! Flexibility empowers wellbeing Flexibility enables contribution to the community Flexibility inspires technology & innovation Flexibility supports family Make KPMG the clear choice for your career and be Extraordinary!

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Expressions of Interest - Senior Consultant - Manager Levels - Engineering & Asset Management | Infrastructure, Assets & Places (Sydney, Canberra, Melbourne)

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KPMG Engineering and Asset Management Our engineering and asset management advisory team supports all sectors of the business community including asset heavy industries such as defence, health, education, transport, energy and natural resources. We provide expert advice relating to strategy, procurement and delivery of technical programs, asset optimisation and decision making across the asset lifecycle, to help businesses make informed decisions regarding the management of their physical assets. We are seeking motivated and highly skilled individuals with a passion for Maintenance Engineering, Asset analytics and Reliability Engineering to join our growing team and help our diverse client base to maximise the value delivered through their assets. This position will give you an opportunity to work with some of the most talented and recognised leaders in RAM, Asset Management and Maintenance Engineering in the country. Successful candidates will require skills, qualifications and experience in the following areas: Reliability engineering , including RAM modelling, RAM data analysis, RAM engineering management, FRACAS, RAM program development and assessment across the asset life cycle Maintenance engineering: Development and alignment of optimised maintenance programs with the business plans and operational needs of asset intensive organisations including reliability centred maintenance, maintenance requirements determination, FMECA, Logistic Support analysis Asset Performance measurement , including data analytics, metrics development, organisational maturity assessments and performance modelling Undergraduate degree in a technical discipline (Engineering, Science) Candidates should have: Highly developed problem solving and analytical skills. Demonstrated ability to conceptualise required outcomes for complex issues and convert analysis into practical, quantitative business recommendations. Strong communication skills and experience engaging with clients and stakeholders to elicit and interpret requirements and manage project delivery. Demonstrated ability to prioritise initiatives and deliver solutions in a dynamic and challenging environment. Ability to produce high quality reports, presentations and data analysis Experience in application and use of tools supporting the RAM, configuration management, maintenance engineering and logistics support analysis process Management consulting experience (desirable) You will be responsible for providing our valued clients with advice in one or more, but not limited to the following areas: RAM program development and improvement Maintenance Program reviews, including maintenance planning and packaging Performance modelling using maintenance and RAM data as input ISO 55001 and maintenance systems audits Developing system hierarchies to establish the asset baseline Developing asset management plans and processes Involvement in and facilitation of reliability centred maintenance activities Root cause analysis Life cycle cost analysis and modelling using operational performance and maintenance data Implementation of failure reporting, analysis and corrective action systems Provision of training and coaching in RAM, LSA, RCA, RCM and Asset Management topics What we offer you: We offer rewarding careers for outstanding professionals, ongoing learning and development opportunities, a collaborative and inclusive culture, and flexible and agile work practices that focus on our people's wellbeing to drive innovation and entrepreneurship. We also believe that our business plays a distinct and vital role in helping solve important social and environmental issues; and use our unique skills and expertise to help create positive and lasting impacts for our communities. We believe diversity of thought, background and experience strengthens relationships and delivers meaningful benefits to our people, our clients and communities. We are consistently recognised as an employer of choice for women, and our inclusive culture promotes the development of our people irrespective of gender, ethnicity, generation, flexible work status, family circumstances, sexual orientation or disability. This role will further develop your consulting, technical and domain knowledge in RAM-related topics and you will make a valuable contribution to the success of our important clients both nationally and abroad. Please apply for this position by submitting your confidential application online.

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Middleware DevOps Engineer

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... to, IBM MQ, Solace Messaging and Axway Secure Transport (MFT) administer and perform daily operational task for ... MQ, Solace Messaging and Axway Secure Transport perform Risk and Vulnerability assessments, patching ...
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Become a professional driver! No experience necessary

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The role Our Journey Maker Academy offers fully paid training for you to become a confident and competent professional Bus Driver. No matter your license (C class to HC) we can accommodate you in our professional driver training school. Our pathways provide paid employment from day 1 and will assist you to get all the qualifications you need to drive a bus. Our Bus Drivers make a difference to our customers' lives every day by getting them to their destination on time, every time, safely and comfortably. We service public transport routes, school routes, charters and special event services. We currently have multiple vacancies across our seven depots (South Granville, Bankstown, Revesby, Menai, Taren Point, Kingsgrove and Mount Kuring-Gai). The shifts you could expect to work include straight shifts, rotating shifts, split shifts and relief shifts. More detailed information is discussed during the recruitment process. We're always interested in hearing from friendly, reliable people who are willing to go the extra mile for our customers and become part of our close-knit team. What you bring A current and valid NSW Drivers License (no 'P' plates) A good driving history (current) issued by RMS Strong communication and customer services skills Well-developed skills using mobile phone and computer-based technology and software The benefits for you Transdev offers market leading benefits to our drivers as well as: Security and stability in a global public transport operator Paid employment as you complete your initial training (*conditions apply) Generous rates and allowances Additional shift options to increase your earning capacity Supportive line managers with your best interests at heart A culture that truly embraces diversity & inclusion About Transdev Transdev is a world leader in the operation of passenger transport services. We operate in 20 countries around the world, with 82,000 employees and manage 41,000 vehicles. We are committed to creating a diverse, inclusive and flexible workforce which reflects the community and the customers we serve. Our values and beliefs As an equal opportunity employer, we are committed to reflecting the diversity of the communities we serve. We support applications from people representing all diversity groups and ages such as Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander, LGBTI, people with disabilities, religious beliefs, and ethnicity. We also have an uncompromising attitude to the safety of our employees, client and customers Interested? If you're as passionate about delivering unparalleled service as we are then click the 'Apply now' button. Please note our recruitment process includes medicals, drug & alcohol testing and police checks. By submitting your personal information to Transdev you consent to such information being collected, held, used and disclosed in accordance with our Privacy Policy To find out more about working at Transdev visit our Careers Page

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... close-knit team. What you bring A current and valid NSW Drivers License (no 'P' plates) A good driving history ... is a world leader in the operation of passenger transport services. We operate in 20 countries around the ...
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Expressions of Interest - Senior Consultant - Manager Levels - Engineering & Asset Management | Infrastructure, Assets & Places (Sydney, Canberra, Melbourne)

KPMG

KPMG Engineering and Asset Management Our engineering and asset management advisory team supports all sectors of the business community including asset heavy industries such as defence, health, education, transport, energy and natural resources. We provide expert advice relating to strategy, procurement and delivery of technical programs, asset optimisation and decision making across the asset lifecycle, to help businesses make informed decisions regarding the management of their physical assets. We are seeking motivated and highly skilled individuals with a passion for Maintenance Engineering, Asset analytics and Reliability Engineering to join our growing team and help our diverse client base to maximise the value delivered through their assets. This position will give you an opportunity to work with some of the most talented and recognised leaders in RAM, Asset Management and Maintenance Engineering in the country. Successful candidates will require skills, qualifications and experience in the following areas: Reliability engineering , including RAM modelling, RAM data analysis, RAM engineering management, FRACAS, RAM program development and assessment across the asset life cycle Maintenance engineering: Development and alignment of optimised maintenance programs with the business plans and operational needs of asset intensive organisations including reliability centred maintenance, maintenance requirements determination, FMECA, Logistic Support analysis Asset Performance measurement , including data analytics, metrics development, organisational maturity assessments and performance modelling Undergraduate degree in a technical discipline (Engineering, Science) Candidates should have: Highly developed problem solving and analytical skills. Demonstrated ability to conceptualise required outcomes for complex issues and convert analysis into practical, quantitative business recommendations. Strong communication skills and experience engaging with clients and stakeholders to elicit and interpret requirements and manage project delivery. Demonstrated ability to prioritise initiatives and deliver solutions in a dynamic and challenging environment. Ability to produce high quality reports, presentations and data analysis Experience in application and use of tools supporting the RAM, configuration management, maintenance engineering and logistics support analysis process Management consulting experience (desirable) You will be responsible for providing our valued clients with advice in one or more, but not limited to the following areas: RAM program development and improvement Maintenance Program reviews, including maintenance planning and packaging Performance modelling using maintenance and RAM data as input ISO 55001 and maintenance systems audits Developing system hierarchies to establish the asset baseline Developing asset management plans and processes Involvement in and facilitation of reliability centred maintenance activities Root cause analysis Life cycle cost analysis and modelling using operational performance and maintenance data Implementation of failure reporting, analysis and corrective action systems Provision of training and coaching in RAM, LSA, RCA, RCM and Asset Management topics What we offer you: We offer rewarding careers for outstanding professionals, ongoing learning and development opportunities, a collaborative and inclusive culture, and flexible and agile work practices that focus on our people's wellbeing to drive innovation and entrepreneurship. We also believe that our business plays a distinct and vital role in helping solve important social and environmental issues; and use our unique skills and expertise to help create positive and lasting impacts for our communities. We believe diversity of thought, background and experience strengthens relationships and delivers meaningful benefits to our people, our clients and communities. We are consistently recognised as an employer of choice for women, and our inclusive culture promotes the development of our people irrespective of gender, ethnicity, generation, flexible work status, family circumstances, sexual orientation or disability. This role will further develop your consulting, technical and domain knowledge in RAM-related topics and you will make a valuable contribution to the success of our important clients both nationally and abroad. Please apply for this position by submitting your confidential application online.

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Technical Business Analyst, Clerk Grade 7/8 - Parliament of NSW - Sydney

Parliament of New South Wales

• Exciting opportunity to play a leading role in the digital transformation of Australia's oldest parliament • Temporary full time (up to 12 months) or flexible part-time arrangements considered • $99,431 - $110,064 per annum (Clerk Grade 7/8), plus employer's contribution to superannuation and annual leave loading • NSW Parliament, Sydney CBD About us The Department of Parliamentary Services (DPS) is a specialist service department working to support the operation of the Parliament of NSW by providing logistical support and advice to members, the Departments of the Legislative Council and Legislative Assembly and the people of New South Wales. Enabling the Parliament, serving New South Wales: We demonstrate and foster in others a commitment to the five values of the Department of Parliamentary Services: collaboration, innovation, excellence, integrity and service. Our commitment to diversity: We welcome applications from people from diverse backgrounds and encourage women, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, LGBTI+, people with disability, mature-age people, and people from culturally diverse backgrounds to apply for this role. Our commitment to flexibility: While this role is advertised as full time, we will consider requests to undertake the work on a flexible part-time or job-share basis. To get a feeling of what it's like to work at the Parliament of NSW, watch our video, 'The People's House' . About the position The Parliament of NSW has been embarking on a significant undertaking in the Digital Transformation space. Working with a dynamic and expanding team of professionals, Parliament is proudly introducing digital innovations and contemporary tools to bring outcomes and operational efficiency to the next level. The Technical Business Analyst will be responsible for maintaining and improving the Parliamentary Information Management System (PIMS), a bespoke software solution to manage core parliamentary information, and providing technical support for Parliament's public website and intranet. Key Accountabilities to be successful in this role: • Troubleshoot user and technical issues • Create and maintain technical system documentation and run training and workshops • Contribute to and manage implementation of design enhancements and related frameworks • Identify risks and plan for appropriate mitigation. • Collaborate with system analysts, project leads, internal stakeholders, vendors and IT team to resolve issues and ensure systems remain viable and consistent across all sections. • Maintain contact with counterparts in other parliaments to share information on current issues, best practice and developments in PIMS and other parliamentary information management systems. Further information to assist you with applying for this position: • Role Description • Department of Parliamentary Services website • NSW Parliament pre-employment requirements To apply for this position please attach to your application: • Your response [maximum two pages in total] to the two targeted questions. We are looking for you to demonstrate your competency in the focus capabilities as specified in the role description , and • Your up-to-date resume [maximum five pages] which clearly details your skills and experience as relevant to this position Your resume and response to the following targeted questions will be the initial assessment method used to determine your suitability for this position compared to other applicants. Applications that do not include a response to the targeted questions cannot be comparatively assessed and are unlikely to progress to the next stage of assessment. Targeted questions 1. Describe a complicated problem you have dealt with on your job. How did you identify or gain a better understanding of that problem? 2. Please provide an example of a time where you have worked with stakeholders using technologies listed in the Role Description (or any related technologies). Describe the approach you used to ensure that outcomes were achieved and expectations maintained. Electronic attachments must be MS Word compatible or in pdf format. Technical assistance: Should you encounter any technical problems, please contact 'I work for NSW' helpdesk 1800 562 679 (Monday - Friday). Applications must be lodged online through http://iworkfor.nsw.gov.au/ Note: A talent pool may be created through this recruitment process. A talent pool is a group of applicants who have been assessed and identified as suitable for this role or similar roles, and who may be considered for a range of similar roles, over the next 18 months. Thank you for your interest in this role. We look forward to receiving your application. Job Reference: 00008IZ3 CLOSING DATE: Sunday, 10 October 2021 [11.59pm]

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Director, Policy and Strategy, Part time, Heritage NSW

Department of Premier & Cabinet

Strong focus on Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal cultural heritage Lead the development and effective delivery of major reforms and strategic and operational policy Develop innovative policy and program solutions to address complex and sensitive issues Three days a week job share arrangement About the Role The Director Policy and Strategy is a key influencing role within the Department of Premier and Cabinet. It provides leadership and direction on the NSW Government's strategic and operational reforms, policies and programs. The role influences whole-of-government policy development and provides expert advice on current and emerging heritage policy and operational issues. The role supports the Heritage Council and the Aboriginal Cultural Heritage Advisory Committee (ACHAC) to carry out their roles under relevant legislation. Want to know more? Please refer to the Role Description . About the Team Heritage NSW is one of five Branches within the Community Engagement Group in the Department of Premier and Cabinet. We work with communities to protect, celebrate and manage the heritage of NSW to ensure it is conserved for future generations. We deliver a range of functions relating to Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal cultural heritage under the Heritage Act and the National Parks and Wildlife Act. We provide strategic advice and administrative support to the Heritage Council of NSW and the Aboriginal Cultural Heritage Advisory Committee. Our staff are located across NSW. We advise the community, heritage owners, managers and government agencies on the value of heritage, and support the identification, protection and management of heritage places and cultural sites. About you You have a strong understanding of the policy development process and the machinery of government You have a proven capability to develop effective relationships with key internal and external stakeholders - government, industry and community representatives at executive and senior management levels You have tertiary qualifications and/or extensive experience in policy development or relevant field You are experienced in identifying and mitigating policy and operational risks in a diverse and complex stakeholder context You have a high level understanding of the frameworks governing heritage and Aboriginal cultural heritage in NSW, or a demonstrated policy background that demonstrates your ability to acquire that experience Ability to travel as required Interested in applying? We want to hear from you. Applicants are required to submit an online application. This must include: an up-to-date resume which clearly details your relevant skills and experience (maximum 5 pages) a cover letter (maximum two pages). Your resume and letter should demonstrate your experience against the focus capabilities outlined in the role description. The selection process may include a range of assessment techniques to assist hiring managers in determining your suitability for the role. Candidates can request a reasonable adjustment throughout each step of the recruitment process. If you require a reasonable adjustment to the recruitment process, please note this in your application. A recruitment pool may be created from this recruitment action for ongoing and temporary roles for this role or similar roles that may become available over the next 18 months. Senior Executive Band 1. Total remuneration package will be discussed upon an offer of a role. Closing date: Sunday, 31 October 2021 (11:59 PM) Further Information For enquiries regarding this role please contact Harriet Jobson at harriet.jobson@environment.nsw.gov.au If you run into any technical difficulties with your online application, contact I Work for NSW Support at support@iworkfor.nsw.gov.au or 1800 562 679. About the Department of Premier and Cabinet (DPC) To learn more, please visit our website: http://www.dpc.nsw.gov.au/about/about_the_department Why work for DPC? We put the people of NSW at the heart of everything we do, to deliver better services, drive government priorities and foster a culture of respect. Our people undertake challenging, innovative and rewarding work, across metropolitan and regional locations, to deliver better outcomes for the communities of NSW. In achieving this, we are guided by our core values of integrity, trust, service and accountability. We are also committed to empowering our people with opportunities to learn, grow and adapt within an inclusive and supportive environment. We endeavour to make all our roles flexible and encourage conversations on flexibility on an “if not, why not” basis, including work location. While this role is advertised as full-time, we will consider requests to undertake the work flexibly. Our Commitment We welcome and encourage applications from diverse backgrounds, including Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, LGBTI+, people with disability, people with caring responsibilities, people from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds, veterans and those living in regional locations. Candidates can request a reasonable adjustment throughout each step of the recruitment process. If you require a reasonable adjustment to the recruitment process, please note this in your application. We endeavour to make all our roles flexible. While this role is advertised as part-time, we will consider requests to undertake the work flexibly.

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Field Supervisor - Wireless (NSW)

Ventia

An opportunity to join Ventia's Telco Division becomes available for Field Supervisor 3 Open positions Professional development and career growth opportunities Full-time permanent position - anywhere in NSW/ACT About the role Reporting to the Construction Manager, the role of Field Supervisor (wireless) will be responsible for the coordination of site works and are responsible for all site construction aspects of wireless base stations. Field Supervisors will also play an important role in the implementation of site safety, environmental and quality controls, and project/client specific requirements, and identify and assess potential risks relating to the scope of works. This is a field-based role and sites are located across NSW and the expectation is that a significant proportion of time will be away from home. What you'll be doing Key responsibilities of this role include but are not limited to: Full compliance with all Company Safety, Health and Environment policies and procedures Inspections and LEAD Interactions conducted in accordance with project and company requirements and uploaded/recorded in the required systems Monitor the use of the relevant documents to ensure compliance via regular inspections and audits utilising appropriate systems and tools. Coordination of logistics, including stock and/or usage reports, defective material reports and other inventory reporting; Coordination of all on site activities, Supervise, schedule, coordinate and manage day to day tasks to meet all objectives relevant to the scope of work/s. Review and understand all drawings, programs, project specifications and sequences of work for the specific scope of work/s prior to commencement of works Communicate the program of work to employees and subcontractors highlighting work of a critical nature and emphasise their role in achieving success Ensure subcontractors have fulfilled their obligations as per their contract Creating and maintaining strong relationships with relevant external clients representatives Foster positive relationships with the community and support employees and subcontractors in understanding their role and responsibility in dealing with all external stakeholders. What's on offer Ventia offers you a flexible, supportive, and inclusive work environment where you matter. We take our people's careers seriously, helping them to learn and grow. There's nothing more important to us than keeping our people and the public safe. We look after each other and foster our people's wellbeing. About you Trade Qualifications Diploma qualifications and training on Building/ Construction, Project Management an advantage Minimum 2- 5 years previous construction experience in a similar role Previous experience in major mobile base station (desirable), site construction/coordination including greenfield, co-location, and rooftop installations Technical competency or detailed level of understanding in an area that role is supervising (i.e. civil/earthworks, concrete, rigging, power/earthing, rigging, technical installations). Effective problem-solving techniques and skills especially as it relates to the delivery of outcomes Effective time management skills including sequencing of work, of own and resource time management Demonstrate active safety, quality & environmental leadership and take ownership/responsibility With a valid driver license About Ventia Ventia is a leading infrastructure services company, operating across Australia and New Zealand. Our clients are the owners and operators of assets that are critical to our local communities. We pride ourselves on working smart, safely, and sustainably, harnessing the latest technologies and brightest minds. With a diverse and proud heritage, we have a track record of delivering essential services to the communities in which we operate. Diversity We acknowledge the importance of our people's diverse experiences, talents, and cultures. Embracing diversity and creating inclusion is a key component of our talent strategy. The creation of a diverse, inclusive workforce is central to our ability to unlock potential and enhance our success. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people are encouraged to apply for this vacancy. How to apply If you are looking to expand your career with a business that rewards and values its employees, please apply below by clicking on the apply now button. Position Reference Number: 123555

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NSW Wagering Sales & Oncourse Executive

Tabcorp

From Grand Finals and major Racing Carnivals to State of Origins and local favourites, every day with us is a chance to be part of the action. As part of our retail team, you're the face and personality of our brand, working with the team to create amazing customer experiences and forge partnerships. With 4,500+ venue partners across Australia, there's always plenty of opportunities to get stuck into. So, if you're passionate about stepping up to the ever-changing needs of our customers, our industry and your career — we'll back you all the way. You don't need years and years of sales experience to get your foot in the door with one of Australia's most iconic brands. If you're an enthusiastic, think on your feet type, who loves the idea of getting face-to-face with customers, the role of Wagering Sales Executive with TAB could very well be for you. What you'll do Effectively manage venue partners to ensure retail operational excellence and venues are adequately presented, through a regular call cycle and ongoing communications. Present performance insights, focusing on digital acquisition, active customers and turnover. Lead the delivery of sales opportunities, actively execute digital and product innovation, venue promotions and targeted sales programs within the defined region. Coordinate the seamless transition to active status for new sites and installations, whilst working with contract team to support changeovers, closures. Develop and execute approved sales strategies for venues growth through Digital acquisition and participation, TAB Champion and operator training, leveraging venue CRM and digital assets. Engage with customers directly while in venue to help educate on the benefits of the TAB app, rectify issues with customer accounts and provide frontline contact for our customers. You will ensure venues are 100% compliant with all regulatory and compliance obligations notably Responsible Gambling signage, Compliance training and education, Fairwork, OH&S, COVID obligations, Venue Assurance reviews. What you'll bring Experience within a customer service industry would be advantageous, however a go-getter attitude will see you go further. Excellent verbal and written communication skills with intermediate to advance knowledge of Microsoft Office. Strong Data and reporting skill set with exceptional attention to detail. Highly organised with an ability to prioritise multiple tasks and influence outcomes. Self-starter with obvious initiative, adaptability and willing to learn attitude. Ability to adapt and be flexible to work with internal and external stakeholders. This role includes travel from Bathurst to Hillston, Bourke to Mungindi, Boggabilla to Singleton and everywhere in between. A tool of trade vehicle is provided. About Tabcorp We're Australia's largest gambling entertainment company. Together, we build on our 100+ year heritage by delivering Excitement with Integrity, every day. Each one of us is here to put our customers at the heart of everything we do by creating moments that engage, surprise and thrill. Our 4,500+ strong team is as diverse as Australia itself. Our people drive homegrown world-class brands; Tatts, TAB, NSW Lotteries, Golden Casket, SA Lotteries, Keno, Sky Racing, Sky Sports Radio and MAX. As an ASX listed company we're proud to shape our industry for the better. Because together, anything's possible. Tabcorp is committed to creating an inclusive workplace where all our people feel valued for their unique qualities and have a sense of belonging. If you need assistance or adjustments to fully participate in the application process, please contact tabcorprecruitment@tabcorp.com.au COVID-19 Tabcorp is closely monitoring Department of Health guidelines to ensure we continue to provide a safe working environment.

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Sales Representative - Western NSW

Viva Energy

Liberty Oil Australia have a proud history of truly independent fuel retail and distribution in Australia. We operate a regional network of fuel depots and distribute hundreds of millions of liters of fuel a year, making Liberty one of the largest wholesalers operating right across Australia. Today, we have a great opportunity to broaden our reach and grow further presence in regional Australia. About the role An amazing opportunity for an on-road sales representative to support the growth agenda of our business in Western NSW . With local infrastructure from our depot in Dubbo and satellite depots are across the region you will be well supported to deliver solutions across the region. You will be excited by our recent fleet upgrade program that is paving the way to service a significantly larger geographic footprint and customers across the region. Duties Passionate about sales and an excellent communicator you will love building relationships with key customers, resolving day to day issues, educating and identifying opportunities to improve business offerings to our key accounts. In this role you will be involved in; Sales and New Business Development Developing and growing existing Customer Relationships Card & lubes sales & promotions Debtor Management Customer Pricing, Forecasting & budgeting Be the face of the Liberty at Field Days & local sponsorship Skills and Experience You will love sales, be enthusiastic, outcomes focused with a “can do” attitude. Personally driven with a curious nature and an innovative approach to delivering to the highest standard. You will have the following skills and experience; Analytically minded, you are sharp with numbers and can determine quickly the commercial value of opportunities presented, and challenge and adapt to get the right result. Delivery focussed you are smart and agile in your approach and can always bring positive energy and action to bring people along the journey to provide business benefit to all. You love meeting new people and developing strong long lasting relationships with all those you come in contact with. You will be excited to learn about our industry. We welcome applicants from diverse backgrounds, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander.

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... amazing opportunity for an on-road sales representative to support the growth agenda of our business in Western NSW . With local infrastructure from our depot in Dubbo and satellite depots are across the region you will ...
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Corporate Business Development Manager NSW/ACT/NT

HCF

About HCF At HCF, our purpose is to bring our human touch to healthcare. Since 1932 we've been putting our members and their health first. As Australia's largest not-for-profit health fund, we cover over 1.7 million members with health, life, travel and pet insurance and our vision is to make healthcare understandable, affordable, high quality and member centric. We want to be true health partners to our members, easily guiding the healthcare choices that are right for them. At HCF, our values are the way we do things and create the necessary culture to help us realise our purpose and deliver our 2025 Strategy. Living our values in action we step forward, walk in their shoes, stay human, make it better and get there together. About the role Reporting to the National Corporate Sales Manager, the Business Development manager is responsible for increasing HCF's share of the Corporate Health Insurance market primarily in NSW but also with a focus on lifting market share in ACT and the NT. This role will operate in a varied environment and will work between the office and clients with a considerable amount of time spent in the field. The Business Development is primarily responsible for: Budgets and Targets being achieved Territories are operating within HCF's financial requirements Both internal and external customers receive the level of service outlined in HCF's Customer Service Standards Other key responsibilities will include: Create and maintain a prospect list which is in line with HCF target market and segments and proactively manage a pipeline of future business. Have a clear business plan, updated quarterly to remain relevant with market and industry trends. Achieve an agreed number of submitted new business proposals through proactive and sustained contact with key decision makers. Ensuring that new client submissions and presentations are up to date Establish a strong business network outside and inside of HCF attending at least 1 networking event every quarter. Provide a monthly new business analysis which includes conversion rate of submission, leads and the overall performance of new accounts. Record performance quarterly on the internal HR system Closely work with new clients on developing and implementing a promotional campaigns Travel interstate for client presentations and launches as well as head office as per business requirements. Skills & experience To be successful in this role, you will also have the following experience, skills and attributes: A minimum of five years Business Development experience Ability to present corporate proposals to senior management. Have an intimate knowledge of the Health Insurance Industry, its products and policies. Effective use and understanding of the funnelling sales process. Self-motivated and able to work independently Drivers license and car essential Benefits and Culture Working in the health insurance industry, we know how important it is to prioritise the wellbeing of our own people. We want to provide you with the skills and tools you need to support your wellbeing journey, so that you can be at your best. We're all about creating a fantastic people experience, guided by our values, so that we can in turn better deliver for our members. We work with our people to create a work experience that is inclusive, supportive, safe and respectful so we can do the best for our members. Come and join our HCF team! Benefits Up to 50% discount on health cover, pet & travel insurance Family & Friends day Organisational wide Recognition & Rewards program Generous Parental Leave Scheme Health & Wellbeing Initiatives A career with us - How to Apply Please check out our website at https://www.hcf.com.au

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AESG NSW RoG - Finance Sub Lead 3 FACS + AHO + LAHC

Accenture Australia

Responsibilities Facilitating design sessions and creating functional requirements Providing leading functional and technical expertise in S/4HANA Finance implementation and integration Configuring S/4HANA Finance systems to meet client business requirements Testing the solution to meet client functional and non-functional requirements Conducting knowledge transfer and training of end-users, including sharing leading practice Qualifications Desired Skills And Experience 5 years+ experience in designing Finance and/or Cost Management solutions with a minimum of 2 to 3 SAP S/4HANA Finance implementations under your belt You hold certifications in SAP S/4HANA Finance and have experience with implementing multiple SAP Finance and Controlling modules You have a good knowledge of Finance and Cost Management business processes and are familiar with the latest version of SAP S/4HANA Finance Your knowledge and experience in implementing solutions like IFRS, Material Ledger, Joint Venture Accounting (JVA), Product Costing, and COPA; will be a plus You possess strong analytical skills and can help our clients in finding the best solution for their business requirements You have excellent writing, presentation and communication skills and relevant background/education You thrive in a busy workplace where no two days are alike You will spend most of your time onsite working with Accenture and client project teams It is important that you, besides possessing talent and relevant professional skills, are passionate about your work You enjoy working with the latest trends within SAP S/4HANA Finance, you thrive with innovation and you are constantly aiming for a high level of quality in your deliveries Making an impact is your key motivation and you embrace new opportunities with enthusiasm

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Clinical Educator (NSW)

Estia Health

At Estia Health, we're proud that each of our aged care homes uniquely represent the residents who choose us, the community that surrounds us and the people we work with. Join Estia Health and support our residents with continuing to live the life they love. We will support, nurture, and develop your career in the growing aged care industry. About the role Estia Health have a new and exciting opportunity for a Clinical Development Partner to play a pivotal role in building the capability and reliability of the clinical workforce. Our Clinical Development Partners deliver the clinical development strategy and key outcomes identified by the Clinical Development Steering Committee. In addition, you will be key to elevating the clinical performance of the nurses in the homes, partnering with Care Directors and others to ensure safe, reliable, effective care outcomes. You will be part of a team that aspire to develop robust and collaborative nursing communities that value nursing ethics and practise standards whilst demonstrating the highest level of professionalism and peer support. What will you be doing? You play a critical role in driving the delivery of evidence based best practice clinical training programs, which contribute to the innovation and improvement of the Clinical Development Framework. Mentoring and coaching of Registered and Enrolled Nurses. Actively participates in the Clinical Development Steering Committee and supports the implementation and embedding of its priorities. Establishes and sustains key internal relationships with the local management team and relevant central support services. Coach nurses how to lead and supervise the team members delivering care to residents and how and what to escalate. Reinforces and embeds effective clinical behavioural habits that align with best practice and Estia Health policies and procedure. Who are we looking for? Along with your passionate and caring nature, you will bring a successful track record in delivering and implementing of training plans and programs. Using you highly developed communications skills you can communicate, influence, and engage at all levels. Ideally you are enthusiastic and excited about providing our nurses with the tools and knowledge to be successful in their work. Bachelor of Nursing - currently registered with AHPRA. Certificate IV in Training and Assessment or equivalent experience in education delivery You are registered nurse with solid and extensive experience in aged care or a clinical related discipline You have proven and extensive experience in a clinical training or development and/or a leadership role Proven ability to work autonomously and as part of a team Strong organisational skills that reflect the ability to perform and prioritise multiple tasks seamlessly with excellent attention to detail Demonstrated high level reflective and critical analysis skills Knowledge of the Aged Care Quality Standards What's in it for you? We encourage you to take advantage of our professional development programs to develop your skills and capabilities Feel connected to your peers with regular events to network and enhance your knowledge We are a progressive, expanding organisation - we enjoy seeing out leaders grow with us Estia offers a range of benefits including attractive remuneration packages with workplace banking, novated leases and EAP services Travel to various locations and opportunities to develop your skills working with diverse audiences If this sounds like the role for you, click on APPLY NOW! Questions? Please call our friendly recruitment team on 1300 615 724 or email recruitment@estiahealth.com.au. To find out more about Estia Health and the wonderful work we do, please visit and follow our LinkedIn page.

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Relationship Manager - NSW International Team

Citi Australia

STRATEGIC INTENT A Relationship Manager's (RM) primary responsibility is to establish and proactively manage a portfolio of approximately 120 affluent, high net worth relationships within our 'CitiGold ' segment (clients with approximately $250M - $1MM FUM). You will do this by building strong relationships with your clients and ensuring your clients receive expert services on Citi's investment, wealth management and treasury products. Critical to your success you will need to have the ability to acquire new investment clients, deepen your client relationships by owning and responding to your clients' complex needs. Leveraging its capabilities as a global bank, Citi Australia is repositioning its wealth management business to focus on meeting the needs of High Net Wealth (HNW) clients. You will be responsible for sourcing new qualified client base, increasing the value of your clients' portfolio, deepening your relationships with your clients whilst ensuring a high standard of compliance and control is maintained. In addition to this you will build strong internal relationships with the product teams and other subject matter experts across the franchise to tailor solutions to ensure each customer's unique needs are met. RM at play a pivotal role in driving Citi's wealth proposition and strategy. In return we offer best in class training, career development and reward and recognition programs. Our HNW clients expect only the best when it comes to the management of their wealth, and are increasingly looking to our team of expert relationship managers to guide them towards meeting their objectives from a wealth generation. KEY ACCOUNTABILITIES Sales and Service Proactively source and develop new business from internal and external referral networks Cross-sell and up-sell the client portfolio through the provision of both Wholesale transactions and general financial advice, with a focus on affluent, high net worth clients. Identify cross-sell opportunities by completing an Investor Questionnaire and meeting those needs through the sale of appropriate financial products or referring opportunities to the appropriate specialists Meet assigned referral, balance sheet growth and activity targets in line with current scorecard Work closely with internal stakeholders and subject matter experts to achieve business goals and targets. Client Engagement Ensure current and prospective clients have a consistent, superior Citibank experience through delivery of outstanding service Leverage working knowledge of investment and banking products as required to deepen client relationships Actively participate in client activities such as product information seminars Compliance and Control Ensure up to date knowledge of latest regulations in the finance industry ensuring a proactive approach to understanding current market activities and developments Action day-to-day operational and administrative tasks as required Maintain a high standard of compliance and control to ensure accurate and error free as well as reducing and minimizing critical errors and write offs. Comply with established policies and procedures to ensure confidentiality and security of bank and client assets and information Maintain a high standard of ethics and conduct for sound banking operations, business success and the bank's reputation Adhere to all applicable requirements established by Citi to ensure they are fully committed to its AML/CTF and/or sanctions compliance responsibilities as set out in the relevant Citi Global, Regional and/or Australian AML/CTF and/or Sanctions Policies, Procedures, Standards, Directives and Programs. KEY BEHAVIOURAL COMPETENCY REQUIREMENTS Relating & networking Delivering Results & Meeting Customer Expectations Achieving personal work goals & objectives Strong sales ability and methodology Strong interest in investment market Presenting & communicating information Coping with pressures & setbacks Following instructions & procedures Delivering an excellent client service Building positive working relationships EXPERIENCE AND EDUCATIONAL REQUIREMENT Degree qualification in Business or Finance related Licences RG146 Tier 1 or 2 accredited in managed investments, derivatives, securities and foreign exchanges Previous Industry Experience 5+ years in Financial services industry experience Extensive knowledge in investment, wealth management and treasury products A proven track record in client acquisition and sales Proven relationship management skills dealing with affluent, high net worth clients Deep understanding of industry legislative and compliance regime Languages Mandarin or Cantonese speaking skill preferred but not essential. Citi has entered into an agreement with NAB to acquire its consumer bank in Australia which includes residential mortgages, deposits, and unsecured lending. The sale is expected to complete in March 2022. As this is a role to work in Citi's consumer bank, the successful candidate will initially be employed by Citi, but on sale completion, their employment will transfer to a NAB (or) a new entity that will employ Citi's consumer bank employees, prior to their transfer to NAB. ------------------------------------------------- Job Family Group: Private Client Coverage ------------------------------------------------- Job Family: Relationship Banker ------------------------------------------------------ Time Type: Full time ------------------------------------------------------ Citi is an equal opportunity and affirmative action employer. Qualified applicants will receive consideration without regard to their race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, or status as a protected veteran. Citigroup Inc. and its subsidiaries ("Citi”) invite all qualified interested applicants to apply for career opportunities. If you are a person with a disability and need a reasonable accommodation to use our search tools and/or apply for a career opportunity review Accessibility at Citi . View the " EEO is the Law " poster. View the EEO is the Law Supplement . View the EEO Policy Statement . View the Pay Transparency Posting

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NSW > Sydney

Investigator

Department of Premier & Cabinet

Would you like the opportunity to work for NSW Employee Relations? Are you interested in providing advice to businesses and the NSW Community about their rights? Ongoing (Permanent) Employment Offer, $87,493 - $96,540 plus superannuation and leave loading. About the Role The Investigator conducts compliance activities under NSW legislation administered by New South Wales Industrial Relations (NSWIR), including participating in a team conducting major and/or complex investigations, and undertaking targeted operations to ensure and improve compliance with relevant legislation. Want to know more? Please refer to the Role Description. About you We are seeking candidates from a range of human resources or legal backgrounds who are proactive, customer focused and have the ability to provide advice compliant with legislation. What you should bring to the role: Certificate IV in Government (Investigations) ,or willingness to gain this or a similar qualification on the job. Ability to prepare evidence for courts and tribunals Passion for helping businesses and people from the public to know their rights Sound judgement and integrity to apply discretion. Self-driven, flexible and can balance competing priorities About the Team The Investigator is part of the newly created team, Strategic Investigations within Employee Relations Branch. The Strategic Investigations team is responsible for supporting compliance with industrial relations obligations and providing frontline proactive advisory and compliance services. It also undertakes investigation and enforcement activities to achieve compliance with NSW laws and industrial instruments across NSW businesses. Employee Relations Branch is looking to fill various roles. Please see links below to other opportunities on offer. Assistant Investigator Assistant Analyst, Compliance Content Coordinator, Employee Relations Interested in applying? Applicants are required to submit an online application. This must include: an up-to-date resume which clearly details your relevant skills and experience (maximum 5 pages) a cover letter (maximum two pages) including your response to the two targeted questions below: Describe steps you took to identify or understand a complicated problem you have had to deal with on your job. We've all worked against tight deadlines when we didn't have the time to consider all options before making a decision. Give me an example of a time this happened to you. The selection process may include a range of assessment techniques to assist hiring managers in determining your suitability for the role. DPC expects all applicants who can be safely vaccinated for COVID 19, to be so. Candidates can request a reasonable adjustment throughout each step of the recruitment process. If you require a reasonable adjustment to the recruitment process, please note this in your application. A recruitment pool may be created from this recruitment action for ongoing and temporary roles for this role or similar roles that may become available over the next 18 months. Job Note: The successful candidate must be available to commence in the role in early January 2022. Salary: Clerk Grade 5/6. Package includes base salary ($87,493 - $96,540) plus superannuation and leave loading. Closing date: Thursday, 28 October 2021 (11:59 PM) Further Information For enquiries regarding this role, please contact Sarah Kaine by phone on 02 9228 5094 or email Sarah.Kaine@industrialrelations.nsw.gov.au If you run into any technical difficulties with your online application, contact I Work for NSW Support at support@iworkfor.nsw.gov.au or 1800 562 679. About the Department of Premier and Cabinet (DPC) To learn more, please visit our website: http://www.dpc.nsw.gov.au/about/about_the_department Why work for DPC? We put the people of NSW at the heart of everything we do, to deliver better services, drive government priorities and foster a culture of respect. Our people undertake challenging, innovative, and rewarding work, across metropolitan and regional locations, to deliver better outcomes for the communities of NSW. In achieving this, we are guided by our core values of integrity, trust, service, and accountability. We are also committed to empowering our people with opportunities to learn, grow and adapt within an inclusive and supportive environment. We endeavour to make all our roles flexible and encourage conversations on flexibility on an “if not, why not” basis, including work location. While this role is advertised as full-time, we will consider requests to undertake the work flexibly. Our Commitment We welcome and encourage applications from diverse backgrounds, including Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, LGBTI+, people with disability, people with caring responsibilities, people from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds, veterans and those living in regional locations.

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Investigator

Department of Premier & Cabinet

Would you like the opportunity to work for NSW Employee Relations? Are you interested in providing advice to businesses and the NSW Community about their rights? Ongoing (Permanent) Employment Offer, $87,493 - $96,540 plus superannuation and leave loading. About the Role The Investigator conducts compliance activities under NSW legislation administered by New South Wales Industrial Relations (NSWIR), including participating in a team conducting major and/or complex investigations, and undertaking targeted operations to ensure and improve compliance with relevant legislation. Want to know more? Please refer to the Role Description. About you We are seeking candidates from a range of human resources or legal backgrounds who are proactive, customer focused and have the ability to provide advice compliant with legislation. What you should bring to the role: Certificate IV in Government (Investigations) ,or willingness to gain this or a similar qualification on the job. Ability to prepare evidence for courts and tribunals Passion for helping businesses and people from the public to know their rights Sound judgement and integrity to apply discretion. Self-driven, flexible and can balance competing priorities This is an identified role under section 14d of the Anti-Discrimination Act 1977 and as such Aboriginality is an essential requirement. Aboriginal identified positions are developed where Aboriginal identity, cultural knowledge or connections are a genuine aspect of the role. Positions are specifically noted under the provisions of the NSW Anti-discrimination Act (1977) for Aboriginal people who meet the following criteria: is of Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander descent, and identifies as an Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander person, and is accepted as such by the Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander community About the Team The Investigator is part of the newly created team, Strategic Investigations within Employee Relations Branch. The Strategic Investigations team is responsible for supporting compliance with industrial relations obligations and providing frontline proactive advisory and compliance services. It also undertakes investigation and enforcement activities to achieve compliance with NSW laws and industrial instruments across NSW businesses. Employee Relations Branch is looking to fill various roles. Please see links below to other opportunities on offer. Assistant Investigator Assistant Analyst, Compliance Content Coordinator, Employee Relations Interested in applying? Applicants are required to submit an online application. This must include: an up-to-date resume which clearly details your relevant skills and experience (maximum 5 pages) a cover letter (maximum two pages) including your response to the two targeted questions below: Describe steps you took to identify or understand a complicated problem you have had to deal with on your job. We've all worked against tight deadlines when we didn't have the time to consider all options before making a decision. Give me an example of a time this happened to you. The selection process may include a range of assessment techniques to assist hiring managers in determining your suitability for the role. DPC expects all applicants who can be safely vaccinated for COVID 19, to be so. Candidates can request a reasonable adjustment throughout each step of the recruitment process. If you require a reasonable adjustment to the recruitment process, please note this in your application. A recruitment pool may be created from this recruitment action for ongoing and temporary roles for this role or similar roles that may become available over the next 18 months. Job Note: The successful candidate must be available to commence in the role in early January 2022. Salary: Clerk Grade 5/6. Package includes base salary ($87,493 - $96,540) plus superannuation and leave loading. Closing date: Thursday, 28 October 2021 (11:59 PM) Further Information For enquiries regarding this role, please contact Sarah Kaine by phone on 02 9228 5094 or email Sarah.Kaine@industrialrelations.nsw.gov.au If you run into any technical difficulties with your online application, contact I Work for NSW Support at support@iworkfor.nsw.gov.au or 1800 562 679. About the Department of Premier and Cabinet (DPC) To learn more, please visit our website: http://www.dpc.nsw.gov.au/about/about_the_department Why work for DPC? We put the people of NSW at the heart of everything we do, to deliver better services, drive government priorities and foster a culture of respect. Our people undertake challenging, innovative, and rewarding work, across metropolitan and regional locations, to deliver better outcomes for the communities of NSW. In achieving this, we are guided by our core values of integrity, trust, service, and accountability. We are also committed to empowering our people with opportunities to learn, grow and adapt within an inclusive and supportive environment. We endeavour to make all our roles flexible and encourage conversations on flexibility on an “if not, why not” basis, including work location. While this role is advertised as full-time, we will consider requests to undertake the work flexibly. Our Commitment We welcome and encourage applications from diverse backgrounds, including Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, LGBTI+, people with disability, people with caring responsibilities, people from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds, veterans and those living in regional locations.

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Manager, ORALRA

Department of Premier & Cabinet

MANAGER, ORALRA Ongoing, full time role Clerk Grade 11/12 Based in Parramatta with flexible work arrangements available About the Role The Manager, ORALRA provides a range of high-level executive, secretariat, and project support services to the Registrar including providing strategic advice and implementing strategies to support the achievement of the office's strategic and operational objectives. The Manager also provides day to day operations of the Office of the Registrar, including administration and some human resource and financial functions to ensure efficient delivery of services . Want to know more? Please refer to the Role Description. About the Team Office of the Registrar, Aboriginal Land Rights Act 1983 The Registrar is an independent statutory office holder appointed by the Governor under the Statutory and Other Offices Remuneration Act 1975. The functions of the Registrar are set out in section 165 of the ALRA. These functions include registering land claims and maintaining the Register of Aboriginal Land Claims, maintaining the Register of Aboriginal Owners, approving the rules of Aboriginal Land Councils, issuing compliance directions, investigating complaints and mediating disputes. The Minister administering the ALRA oversights the performance of the Registrar's statutory functions. Whilst closely linked to the Minister, Aboriginal Affairs New South Wales and land councils, the Registrar remains separate and independent. The Office of the Registrar strives for effective and efficient performance of the statutory and ancillary functions conferred to the Registrar in accordance with the ALRA. The Office plays a key role in contributing to the development, review and reform of the ALRA in partnership with Aboriginal Affairs NSW, the New South Wales Aboriginal Land Council (NSWALC) and other relevant government agencies. To learn more about our work visit www.oralra.nsw.gov.au About you To be successful in this role, you will have: Demonstrated ability to communicate sensitively and effectively with, and understand issues impacting on Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples. In-depth knowledge of, and experience in the practical application of the Aboriginal Land Right Act 1983 and Aboriginal Land Rights Regulations 2014. Interested in applying? Applicants are required to submit an online application. This must include: an up-to-date resume which clearly details your relevant skills and experience (maximum 5 pages) a short cover letter (1 page) outlining why you are interested in the role; and how your experience and skills will make you successful in the role. The selection process may include a range of assessment techniques to assist hiring managers in determining your suitability for the role. DPC expects all applicants who can be safely vaccinated for COVID 19, to be so. Candidates can request a reasonable adjustment throughout each step of the recruitment process. If you require a reasonable adjustment to the recruitment process, please note this in your application. A recruitment pool may be created from this recruitment action for ongoing and temporary roles for this role or similar roles that may become available over the next 18 months. Salary: Salary: Grade. Package includes base salary ($131,094- $151,609) plus superannuation and leave loading. Closing date: 14 October 2021 (11:59 PM) Further Information For enquiries regarding this role, please contact Nicole Courtman on (02) 0419 280 297, or email Nicole.Courtman@oralra.nsw.gov.au . If you run into any technical difficulties with your online application, contact I Work for NSW Support at support@iworkfor.nsw.gov.au or 1800 562 679. About the Department of Premier and Cabinet (DPC) To learn more, please visit our website: http://www.dpc.nsw.gov.au/about/about_the_department Why work for DPC? We put the people of NSW at the heart of everything we do, to deliver better services, drive government priorities and foster a culture of respect. Our people undertake challenging, innovative and rewarding work, across metropolitan and regional locations, to deliver better outcomes for the communities of NSW. In achieving this, we are guided by our core values of integrity, trust, service and accountability. We are also committed to empowering our people with opportunities to learn, grow and adapt within an inclusive and supportive environment. We endeavour to make all our roles flexible and encourage conversations on flexibility on an “if not, why not” basis, including work location. While this role is advertised as full-time, we will consider requests to undertake the work flexibly. Our Commitment We welcome and encourage applications from diverse backgrounds, including Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, LGBTI+, people with disability, people with caring responsibilities, people from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds, veterans and those living in regional locations.

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Senior Clients and Marketing Advisor

AECOM

Australia - New South Wales, Newcastle Job Summary Passionate about clients and marketing? Want to be part of a team while having responsibility for your own region? Do you want to work somewhere where flexibility is not just a buzzword? Where you can have a serious impact on the success of a business and have fun in a great team while doing it? AECOM offers this. This Senior Marketing Advisor role will work closely with our Canberra, Newcastle and NSW leadership teams, and the Clients and Marketing Manager - Australia, as the advocate and leader for marketing and client strategies, and business-critical pursuits. The role will work across multiple business lines covering civil infrastructure, buildings + places, environment and energy. As part of our NSW clients and marketing team, you will be responsible for helping identify growth opportunities across Newcastle and Canberra whilst driving appropriate positioning responses to capture and deliver against our business values. You'll create and implement marketing plans and campaigns, client engagement activities, look after relevant memberships and sponsorships, and drive AECOM's key client program. Minimum Requirements To be successful in this role, you'll have a marketing degree or something similar. You will also have strong marketing experience within a professional services environment. It's important to us that you can devise a strategy, but that you're prepared to be hands-on and help deliver. You should be able to demonstrate that you have had success in a similar or related role, with good commercial outcomes. Building strong client relationships and guiding senior leaders is essential in this role, so you'll need to have strong interpersonal skills. You will have an ability to translate theory into action, and coordinate across a diverse group of stakeholders to promote excellence and augment a variety of strategies. Technically, you should have experience in writing, proofing and editing marketing, and communications materials. And when it's needed, you can use your influencing skills to gain support for ideas. We're a multi-faceted, complex organisation working across geographies and service lines, so you'll need to prove that you can manage this kind of environment. And it's a given that you have excellent time management and multi-tasking skills, including the ability to work under pressure and meet deadlines. Our team is enthusiastic and passionate, and we expect you to demonstrate this - you need to want to contribute to a culture of collaboration and innovation Preferred Qualifications Marketing Degree What We Offer When you join AECOM, you become part of a company that is pioneering the future. Our teams around the world are involved in some of the most cutting-edge and innovative projects and programs of our time, addressing the big challenges of today and shaping the built environment for generations to come. We ensure a workplace that encourages growth, flexibility and creativity, as well as a company culture that champions inclusion, diversity and overall employee well-being through programs supported by company leadership. Our core values define who we are, how we act and what we aspire to, which comes down to not only delivering a better world, but working to “make amazing happen” in each neighborhood, community and city we touch. As an Equal Opportunity Employer, we believe in each person's potential, and we'll help you reach yours.

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Senior Clients and Marketing Advisor

AECOM

Australia - New South Wales, Newcastle Job Summary Passionate about clients and marketing? Want to be part of a team while having responsibility for your own region? Do you want to work somewhere where flexibility is not just a buzzword? Where you can have a serious impact on the success of a business and have fun in a great team while doing it? AECOM offers this. This Senior Marketing Advisor role will work closely with our Canberra, Newcastle and NSW leadership teams, and the Clients and Marketing Manager - Australia, as the advocate and leader for marketing and client strategies, and business-critical pursuits. The role will work across multiple business lines covering civil infrastructure, buildings + places, environment and energy. As part of our NSW clients and marketing team, you will be responsible for helping identify growth opportunities across Newcastle and Canberra whilst driving appropriate positioning responses to capture and deliver against our business values. You'll create and implement marketing plans and campaigns, client engagement activities, look after relevant memberships and sponsorships, and drive AECOM's key client program. Minimum Requirements To be successful in this role, you'll have a marketing degree or something similar. You will also have strong marketing experience within a professional services environment. It's important to us that you can devise a strategy, but that you're prepared to be hands-on and help deliver. You should be able to demonstrate that you have had success in a similar or related role, with good commercial outcomes. Building strong client relationships and guiding senior leaders is essential in this role, so you'll need to have strong interpersonal skills. You will have an ability to translate theory into action, and coordinate across a diverse group of stakeholders to promote excellence and augment a variety of strategies. Technically, you should have experience in writing, proofing and editing marketing, and communications materials. And when it's needed, you can use your influencing skills to gain support for ideas. We're a multi-faceted, complex organisation working across geographies and service lines, so you'll need to prove that you can manage this kind of environment. And it's a given that you have excellent time management and multi-tasking skills, including the ability to work under pressure and meet deadlines. Our team is enthusiastic and passionate, and we expect you to demonstrate this - you need to want to contribute to a culture of collaboration and innovation Preferred Qualifications Marketing Degree What We Offer When you join AECOM, you become part of a company that is pioneering the future. Our teams around the world are involved in some of the most cutting-edge and innovative projects and programs of our time, addressing the big challenges of today and shaping the built environment for generations to come. We ensure a workplace that encourages growth, flexibility and creativity, as well as a company culture that champions inclusion, diversity and overall employee well-being through programs supported by company leadership. Our core values define who we are, how we act and what we aspire to, which comes down to not only delivering a better world, but working to “make amazing happen” in each neighborhood, community and city we touch. As an Equal Opportunity Employer, we believe in each person's potential, and we'll help you reach yours.

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Principal High Tech/Data Center Electrical Engineer

AECOM

Australia - New South Wales, Sydney - AU Job Summary A unique opportunity now exists for a motivated Electrical Engineer with High Tech experience to join our NSW and ACT team as part of the Buildings and Places End Market. You will work alongside data centre gurus, to help grow our data centre capability to the next level by leveraging on your solid track record of delivering projects. You will be working on a strong pipeline of works, innovative solutions and with the backing of a multi-disciplinary team of world-class technical experts. Utilising your strong commercial acumen, you will work closely with key external and internal clients to identify market sector bids and opportunities whilst developing and maintaining long-lasting business relationships. You will also collaborate with our ANZ teams to expand our service offerings. Minimum Requirements We are looking for a Senior - Principal level electrical engineer who has a solid track record of delivering high-tech projects. You will ideally be a degree qualified electrical engineer, with excellent technical skills and with proven experience working on complex data centre projects. You will thrive in a fast and ever-changing business landscape and market. You will be a strong influencer, a driven individual and most importantly, a real collaborator. You will utilise your excellent communication skills and technical knowledge to relate to multidisciplinary technical experts whilst maintaining a strong client focus. Preferred Qualifications Bachelor of Electrical Engineering Degree What We Offer When you join AECOM, you become part of a company that is pioneering the future. Our teams around the world are involved in some of the most cutting-edge and innovative projects and programs of our time, addressing the big challenges of today and shaping the built environment for generations to come. We ensure a workplace that encourages growth, flexibility and creativity, as well as a company culture that champions inclusion, diversity and overall employee well-being through programs supported by company leadership. Our core values define who we are, how we act and what we aspire to, which comes down to not only delivering a better world, but working to “make amazing happen” in each neighborhood, community and city we touch. As an Equal Opportunity Employer, we believe in each person's potential, and we'll help you reach yours.

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Digital Engineering Lead

AECOM

Australia - New South Wales, Sydney - AU Job Summary Put your innovative thinking, technical excellence and business skills into high gear. As our Digital Engineering Team Lead, you will be an integral part of the strategic and operational decisions across the Civil Infrastructure business. You will also work with peers from AECOM's Global network to drive continuous improvement and innovation in our digital delivery systems and processes. We are looking for an individual whom has demonstrated significant leadership in transforming teams and projects from traditional design processes to digital engineering delivery. The successful candidate will have experience leading change and taking others on the journey. The Role Demonstrate a high level of digital literacy and the ability to connect our clients' complex- problems to potential digital and non-digital solutions Manage a large team of highly skilled DE Leads, BIM Managers, Technical Specialists, Designers and Drafters, who support the Engineering disciplines Drive Digital Transformation for both the Digital and Engineering teams Improve internal use of digital tools and processes. Support the Group Leader by pro-actively looking to grow the team and service offerings Be an active member of the AECOM Digital community Contribute to the development of digital capabilities within NSW & ACT, ANZ and our Global Design Centres Empower DE leads to drive technical excellence within their teams Coordinate and drive bids containing DE components Recruit for current and future DE capability, including initiatives for attracting talent and retention Oversee a strong and positive culture through team interactions, social events and workshare Minimum Requirements About you Significant professional and consulting experience with tertiary qualifications in engineering, design or a related field. Demonstrated experience in managing complex projects and meeting delivery requirements. Strong leadership skills to help drive Digital Transformation Client focused (both internal and external clients). Advanced Knowledge of Digital Engineering design platforms such as Revit, Civil 3D, 12D, OpenRoads & OpenRail Advanced knowledge of collaboration platforms such as Projectwise, BIM 360 and Revizto Understanding of BIM processes and standards (e.g. ISO 19650) Knowledge of integration between Asset Management Systems, BIM, and GIS. Ability to provide innovative solutions to problems applying sound spatial analysis and data management practices with attention to detail and quality Strong communication and people management skills Preferred Qualifications Advanced Knowledge of Digital Engineering design platforms such as Revit, Civil 3D, 12D, OpenRoads & OpenRail Advanced knowledge of collaboration platforms such as Projectwise, BIM 360 and Revizto Understanding of BIM processes and standards (e.g. ISO 19650) Knowledge of integration between Asset Management Systems, BIM, and GIS. What We Offer When you join AECOM, you become part of a company that is pioneering the future. Our teams around the world are involved in some of the most cutting-edge and innovative projects and programs of our time, addressing the big challenges of today and shaping the built environment for generations to come. We ensure a workplace that encourages growth, flexibility and creativity, as well as a company culture that champions inclusion, diversity and overall employee well-being through programs supported by company leadership. Our core values define who we are, how we act and what we aspire to, which comes down to not only delivering a better world, but working to “make amazing happen” in each neighborhood, community and city we touch. As an Equal Opportunity Employer, we believe in each person's potential, and we'll help you reach yours.

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Senior Engineer - Structures

AECOM

Australia - New South Wales, Sydney - AU Job Summary AECOM's Sydney office is looking for a motivated Building Structures Engineer to join our Buildings and Places end Market Across NSW + ACT. You will be working on some of the most challenging and exciting projects around the country with world-leading technical experts. Projects you could be working on could include high-rise commercial towers both in Australia and overseas as well as multi-disciplinary, large scale Defence and Infrastructure projects. Located in the centre of the city our modern offices, AECOM provides a great a place to work where we place a high priority on a fun and engaging work environment offering career development and mentoring as well as social and wellbeing opportunities. As a senior structural engineer, you will be involved in all elements of the project lifecycle - from preparing proposals and presenting to clients, through to managing resources and budgets to ensure timely project delivery. Using your well-developed written and verbal communication skills, you will build strong relationships with clients resulting in winning work and gaining repeat business. Working in a multi-disciplinary environment, you will collaborate with teams across business lines and technical disciplines and mentor and coach junior engineers. Some of your responsibilities will include: Effectively control commercial, managerial and technical aspects of the project or the part of the project you are responsible for Assist the Directors with their team management responsibilities Ensure effective communication of business issues to all staff reporting to you Understand and implement the Company's strategy relating to customers (repeat business) Awareness of marketing opportunities and the capability of the business as a whole Minimum Requirements Prior experience in related engineering background High degree of technical competence in the field, in particular design of tall towers for wind and seismic loads. Knowledge, competency and local experience in building structural design and preparation of design schemes, models and calculations. Supervision of junior staff and draftsmen/REVIT operators. Thorough working knowledge of Etabs, Strand, RAPT and Spacegass Demonstrated skills in managing projects (or components of) and budgets to meet time and resource requirements. CP Eng/NER Registration preferred. Knowledge of Rhino, Grasshopper, Dynamo and parametric modeling will be viewed favourably. Preferred Qualifications Degree in Civil Engineering or equivalent What We Offer When you join AECOM, you become part of a company that is pioneering the future. Our teams around the world are involved in some of the most cutting-edge and innovative projects and programs of our time, addressing the big challenges of today and shaping the built environment for generations to come. We ensure a workplace that encourages growth, flexibility and creativity, as well as a company culture that champions inclusion, diversity and overall employee well-being through programs supported by company leadership. Our core values define who we are, how we act and what we aspire to, which comes down to not only delivering a better world, but working to “make amazing happen” in each neighborhood, community and city we touch. As an Equal Opportunity Employer, we believe in each person's potential, and we'll help you reach yours.

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Utilities Designer

AECOM

Australia - New South Wales, Sydney - AU Job Summary The Opportunity Due to recent project wins we are seeking a 12D Utilities Designer / Modeller to join our Digital Engineering team based in Sydney. The Digital Engineering team is a dynamic group that focuses on delivering CAD, GIS, Design and BIM services across an array of exciting infrastructure projects. To be successful in this role, candidates will have experience running the utility component of projects, the ability to guide teams through the accurate authoring of models in a timely and efficient manner which ultimately improve the service offered to clients. Strong data management along with effective communication skills are essential in this role. Minimum Requirements About You Extensive experience in the production of utility designs / outputs to appropriate standard specification and presentation. Provision of technical expertise to suit client needs - including information modelling. Contributes to a complete and integrated set of digital project content which includes identification of utility clashes, creation of relocation alignments and required documents by working co-operatively with team members to resolve issues. Demonstrated experience in managing complex projects and meeting delivery requirements Knowledge of TfNSW standards, understanding of clash detection and 3D modelling is required. High level design (12D, AutoCAD Civil 3D) and CAD skills, with thorough knowledge of data transfer between key software packages Experience in the management of Common Data Environments including ProjectWise and 12D Synergy Additionally, Navisworks, Revit, and Infraworks experience would be viewed as extremely beneficial. Ability to provide technical expertise to suit client needs, including strong written and verbal communication skills. Diploma or Advanced Diploma in Civil Engineering Design or similar qualification. Commitment to your own ongoing learning and professional development with excellent opportunities to further develop your technical skills. Exhibit an interest in making a difference to our business, the wider community and our clients Preferred Qualifications Diploma or Advanced Diploma in Civil Engineering Design or similar qualification. What We Offer When you join AECOM, you become part of a company that is pioneering the future. Our teams around the world are involved in some of the most cutting-edge and innovative projects and programs of our time, addressing the big challenges of today and shaping the built environment for generations to come. We ensure a workplace that encourages growth, flexibility and creativity, as well as a company culture that champions inclusion, diversity and overall employee well-being through programs supported by company leadership. Our core values define who we are, how we act and what we aspire to, which comes down to not only delivering a better world, but working to “make amazing happen” in each neighborhood, community and city we touch. As an Equal Opportunity Employer, we believe in each person's potential, and we'll help you reach yours.

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Australia - New South Wales, Sydney - AU Job Summary The Opportunity Due to recent project wins we are seeking a 12D Utilities Designer / Modeller to join our Digital Engineering team based in Sydney. The Digital ...
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Principal OHW Engineer

AECOM

Australia - New South Wales, Sydney - AU Job Summary Senior technical resource may serve as technical advisor for team Provides specialized technical input to studies and design for staff's specific area of expertise. Develops study and design procedures to facilitate high quality cost effective work by others. Participates in interdisciplinary review of project deliverables. Develops construction cost estimates and estimates of technical efforts for projects. Uses expertise in all steps of completing discipline component of PS&E package. Performs quality control review of design calculations or drawings. Prepares technical specification sections. Provides input to the development of engineering budget and schedule to meet requirements. Minimum Requirements . Preferred Qualifications . What We Offer When you join AECOM, you become part of a company that is pioneering the future. Our teams around the world are involved in some of the most cutting-edge and innovative projects and programs of our time, addressing the big challenges of today and shaping the built environment for generations to come. We ensure a workplace that encourages growth, flexibility and creativity, as well as a company culture that champions inclusion, diversity and overall employee well-being through programs supported by company leadership. Our core values define who we are, how we act and what we aspire to, which comes down to not only delivering a better world, but working to “make amazing happen” in each neighborhood, community and city we touch. As an Equal Opportunity Employer, we believe in each person's potential, and we'll help you reach yours.

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Fire Safety Engineer

AECOM

Australia - New South Wales, Sydney - AU Job Summary As a fire safety engineer, you will be experienced in client relationship management, delivering projects to clients on time and on budget in an independent manner. You will have significant expertise in developing performance-based fire-engineered strategies across a wide range of bespoke buildings and infrastructure projects. Your primary focus with your career will be the technical delivery of performance-based solutions along with a commitment to support the state and wider national fire engineering team. As a fire safety engineer, you will have the following: Substantial technical experience of fire engineering from first principles and the ability to lead a large-scale fire engineering project from concept stage through to building occupation. Successful project and client management Previous experience working in a consulting environment Goal of developing your career in a global and dynamic company Provide training and support to graduate-level staff. Minimum Requirements Prior experience in Australia as a Fire Safety Engineer. A relevant engineering qualification, preferable in Fire Engineering. A thorough understanding of the Building Code of Australia. Strong communication skills both written and verbal. Experienced in preparing Fire Engineering Briefs, Fire Engineering Reports and Fire Engineering Strategies. A strong background in the use of computer-based modelling. Excellent interpersonal skills and the ability to communicate effectively with internal and external stakeholders of the business. Interest in developing your career further within the fire safety engineering field. Preferred Qualifications To have started the process of achieving the career goals of CPEng, NER Fire Safety. What We Offer When you join AECOM, you become part of a company that is pioneering the future. Our teams around the world are involved in some of the most cutting-edge and innovative projects and programs of our time, addressing the big challenges of today and shaping the built environment for generations to come. We ensure a workplace that encourages growth, flexibility and creativity, as well as a company culture that champions inclusion, diversity and overall employee well-being through programs supported by company leadership. Our core values define who we are, how we act and what we aspire to, which comes down to not only delivering a better world, but working to “make amazing happen” in each neighborhood, community and city we touch. As an Equal Opportunity Employer, we believe in each person's potential, and we'll help you reach yours.

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Australia - New South Wales, Sydney - AU Job Summary As a fire safety engineer, you will be experienced in client relationship management, delivering projects to clients on time and on budget in an independent manner. ...
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Lead Automation Engineer

Eclipx Group

Ready for a challenge? Opportunity to be a part of one of the most exciting Automotive Fintech transformations in Australia & NZ. Be part of the exciting journey to revolutionise fleet and mobility solutions Attractive remuneration package St. Leonards, New South Wales Location Our Story Eclipx Group (ECX) has been operating a number of very successful Automotive Financial Services businesses (FleetPartners, FleetPlus & FleetChoice) for over 15 years. We have recently embarked on a large digital transformation program aimed at simplifying & expanding our product offering via a consolidated platform; This platform's core objective is to create a cutting-edge customer experience; and its goal is to provide large, medium and small businesses as well as drivers with the right solution for all of their fleet and driving needs. About the Position We currently have an exciting opportunity for an experienced Lead Automation Engineer to join our high energy, friendly and passionate Product & Technology Team at our St. Leonards office. This role is pivotal in ensuring Eclipx continues to grow in the marketplace by identifying new opportunities, meeting and exceeding book growth targets. You will be responsible for: Prepare & test plans and automation regression suites, test specification and sign off to ensure integration into company systems meets functional requirements, system compliance, and technical specifications. Perform test case design workshops as required. Co-ordination of resources to execute the test strategy/plan and ensure product test coverage mitigates the risk of production issues. Perform automated and exploratory testing activities. Review and revise business-level acceptance criteria to assure they are fit for purpose. Review acceptance criteria for accuracy, clarity and completeness. Collaborate with software/systems personnel in application testing, such as system, unit, regression, load, and acceptance testing methods. Ensure test coverage is sufficient to have minimal production defects. Co-ordinate resources to perform test planning and execution in line with strategy. Communication of test progress, test results, and other relevant information to project stakeholders and management. Identify potential test issues and develop corrective action plans, through analysis of formal test results in order to discover and report any defects, bugs, errors, configuration issues, and interoperability flaws. Make recommendations for improvement of applications to Management. Driving testing requirements throughout project lifecycles including requirements review, test plan documentation, test execution, sign-off and release. Follow and enhance best practice testing standards through continual review of testing standards and process. Problem solve complex issues through collaboration and effective research. Design and execute automated tests that can be extended for specific platforms with low level of maintenance and reusability (smoke, regression, progression suites). Ensure that all automated testing is integrated with a continuous integration environment to ensure reliability. Develop and execute web and API automated tests. Identify results of testing, review test results against expected results and report discrepancies. Create / track defects, and communicate findings to stakeholders. What we are looking for: Minimum 5 years' experience in a lead testing role. Minimum 2 years project experience with Tosca/Selenium test suite automation. Minimum 2 years project experience with Tosca/Selenium Test Case Design. Proven testing experience on mid to large projects. Knowledge of system testing best practices and methodologies. Experience or exposure to the following technologies: XML, HTML, WPF, Java, Jira, TeamCity, Bamboo, Jenkins, Opensource testing frameworks (i.e: Gauge). Experience with and understanding of the SDLC and Agile. Experience in software testing techniques, authoring, review and application of test cases. Experience with data / system migration testing and / or database refactoring. By joining Eclipx you will: An attractive remuneration package; Training and Education - We pride ourselves in helping you realise your potential, giving you the opportunity to be innovative and take the lead in driving your career; Dress for your Day (DFYD) - We believe that how we choose to dress reflects who you are; by joining us you will have an opportunity to let your personality shine through; Diversity: We know it takes people with different ideas, strengths, interests, and cultural backgrounds to make our company succeed. Added benefits - Including staff discounts, salary packaging, novated vehicle lease An exciting career - As our business grows, so do the opportunities for our people.

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Cyber Governance and Compliance Senior Specialist

Boeing

The Opportunity Do you aspire to help build something better? Would you like to work for a company that employs the best talent to develop and deliver world class capabilities and systems to protect Australia and its national interests? Would you like to work on cutting edge projects? Then we would like to talk to you. As an equal opportunity employer that promotes a diverse and safe workplace environment, one of the country's leading and preferred defence partners, Boeing Defence Australia (BDA) is now recruiting a Cyber Governance and Compliance Specialist , based in Williamtown, New South Wales. This position will be supporting in the establishment and delivery cyber-worthiness solutions to the customer. This is the perfect opportunity to be part of an exciting program. We are looking for enthusiastic team players from all walks of life who can bring something different and unique to the team. Responsibilities Work as part of a team responsible for implementation of information security requirements, policies, standards, guidelines and procedures. Evaluate and respond to emerging security issues. Evaluates capability risk/gaps and takes and/or coordinates action to meet objectives. Participates in evaluation of process effectiveness and identifies areas for improvement. Delivers sound and timely information security design advice and can recommend technological or procedural solutions to meet security control intent in support of engineering projects. Analyses and documents information security events. Identifies root causes, prioritises threats and recommends and/or implements corrective actions. Tests and deploys risk mitigation processes and tools. Monitors outcomes and acts accordingly. Participates in the creation of security policies, audits, assessments. Experience/Qualifications Working knowledge of Australian Defence Protective Security Framework (DSPF) and associated policies and procedures including familiarity with the Australian Government Information Security Manual (ISM). Understanding of developing and implementing information security practices in an engineering environment. Strong written and verbal communications skills and the ability to clearly articulate complex security concepts to a broad and diverse audience. Sound information security knowledge across the following environments is, Network connectivity and configuration, Windows Client-server systems, Linux Client-server systems, Support and maintenance of in-house hardware/software systems, Engineering Change Management processes. A desire to work as part of a dynamic team supporting a diverse range of technology Industry recognised information security qualification (CISSP, CISM, ISO 270001 LI/LA, IRAP, DRAP, etc.) and or relevant experience. Ability to obtain a Security Clearance - The preferred applicant will hold a minimum TOP SECRET NEGATIVE VETTING 1 level and be required to successfully undergo the security clearance vetting process at the TOP SECRET NEGATIVE VETTING 2 level. The preferred applicant MUST be willing to disclose all relevant and required information and MUST have lived in Australia, or have a checkable background, for at least the preceding Five years. Boeing has implemented a new COVID-19 Vaccination Policy in Australia that requires all new Boeing Australia hires to show proof of being fully vaccinated from COVID-19, or have an approved medical exemption by 3 December 2021. For Victorian based employees, the compliance date is 26 November 2021. About Us Boeing Defence Australia is shaping the future of aerospace and delivering some of the nation's most important programs for the Australian Defence Force. As a BDA employee, you will join other innovative, ethical people who have the critical skills required to develop and deliver world class capabilities and systems to protect Australia and its national interests. Joining us is a chance to make your mark, working with a diverse team that is united in pushing the boundaries of imagination and excellence. At Boeing, we innovate and collaborate to make the world a better place. From the seabed to outer space, you can contribute to work that matters with a company where diversity, equity and inclusion are core values. We're committed to fostering an environment for every teammate that's welcoming, respectful and inclusive, with great opportunity for professional growth. Find your future with us. Benefits Flexible working options Study assistance Salary packaging Employee Incentive Program Global opportunities We are committed to building a diverse and inclusive workplace. Female applicants, people of Aboriginal or Torres Strait Island descent and ex-defence personnel are encouraged to apply. If you are ready to join an innovative industry leader and would like to register your interest in working for Boeing, please click Apply Now.

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Manager, Reparations and Strategic Projects

Aboriginal Affairs NSW

MANAGER, REPARATIONS AND STRATEGIC PROJECTS Temporary role up to December 2022 Flexible work arrangements available Based in Mascot with flexible work arrangements available About the Role Aboriginal Affairs is seeking a Manager for the Reparations and Strategic Projects team. This position is responsible for the governance and administration of the NSW Stolen Generations Reparations Scheme. The Manager leads team of ten staff to: process and assess Stolen Generations Reparations applications support the NSW Government to provide apologies to Stolen Generations Survivors leading other strategic projects related to Unfinished Business. develop policy responses and lead project work related to the Reparations Scheme and other related Schemes. Want to know more? Please refer to the Role Description. About the Team The Healing and Government Relations Directorate in Aboriginal Affairs NSW develops and delivers commitments under OCHRE, the NSW Government's plan for Aboriginal affairs; and Unfinished Business, the NSW Government response to the Parliamentary report into Stolen Generations reparations. The Directorate leads the implementation of the Stolen Generations Reparations Scheme and delivery of the Family Records Service. The Directorate also works across the NSW Government to ensure policy reforms and approaches reflect the aspirations of Aboriginal communities. About you We are looking for an individual who can demonstrate: demonstrated experienced working with people who have experienced trauma and implementing trauma informed approaches. Strong leadership, with the ability to manage a large team in the administration of the Stolen Generations Reparations Scheme. Excellent analytical skills and ability to make reasoned decisions on complex issues. understanding and knowledge of the history of the Stolen Generations is strongly desirable. Interested in applying? Applicants are required to submit an online application. This must include: an up-to-date resume which clearly details your relevant skills and experience (maximum 5 pages) a cover letter (maximum two pages) outlining how your skills and experience would make you successful in the role, and addressing the focus capabilities. The selection process may include a range of assessment techniques to assist hiring managers in determining your suitability for the role. DPC expects all applicants who can be safely vaccinated for COVID 19, to be so. Candidates can request a reasonable adjustment throughout each step of the recruitment process. If you require a reasonable adjustment to the recruitment process, please note this in your application. A recruitment pool may be created from this recruitment action for ongoing and temporary roles for this role or similar roles that may become available over the next 18 months. Salary: Clerk Grade 11/12. Package includes base salary ($131,094- $ 151,609) plus superannuation and leave loading. Closing date: Two weeks from posting date, 20 October 2021 (11:59 PM) Further Information For enquiries regarding this role, please contact the hiring manager Rachel Ardler at Rachel.Ardler@aboriginalaffairs.nsw.gov.au If you run into any technical difficulties with your online application, contact I Work for NSW Support at support@iworkfor.nsw.gov.au or 1800 562 679. About the Department of Premier and Cabinet (DPC) To learn more, please visit our website: http://www.dpc.nsw.gov.au/about/about_the_department Why work for DPC? We put the people of NSW at the heart of everything we do, to deliver better services, drive government priorities and foster a culture of respect. Our people undertake challenging, innovative and rewarding work, across metropolitan and regional locations, to deliver better outcomes for the communities of NSW. In achieving this, we are guided by our core values of integrity, trust, service and accountability. We are also committed to empowering our people with opportunities to learn, grow and adapt within an inclusive and supportive environment. We endeavour to make all our roles flexible and encourage conversations on flexibility on an “if not, why not” basis, including work location. While this role is advertised as full-time, we will consider requests to undertake the work flexibly. Our Commitment We welcome and encourage applications from diverse backgrounds, including Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, LGBTI+, people with disability, people with caring responsibilities, people from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds, veterans and those living in regional locations.

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Assistant Investigator

Department of Premier & Cabinet

Would you like the opportunity to work for NSW Employee Relations? Are you an avid communicator and passionate about helping people? Ongoing (Permanent) Employment Offer, $74,117- $81,158 plus superannuation and leave loading. About the Role The Assistant Investigator role conducts pre-investigation of complaints and provides timely, accurate, efficient, high level assistance and support to the unit in the management of compliance activities. Want to know more? Please refer to the Role Description. About you We are seeking candidates from a range of business and secretariat support service backgrounds to become an integral part of the team to provide effective assistant and support services. What you should bring to the role: Experience providing diverse business and secretariat support services. Experience and understanding of database and electronic records management systems. Ability to investigate and resolve matters raised by businesses and the public. Team player who can work both autonomously and collaboratively. Self-driven, flexible and can balance competing priorities. About the Team The Assistant Investigator is part of the newly created team, Strategic Investigations within Employee Relations Branch. The Strategic Investigations team is responsible for supporting compliance with industrial relations obligations and providing frontline proactive advisory and compliance services. It also undertakes investigation and enforcement activities to achieve compliance with NSW laws and industrial instruments across NSW businesses. Employee Relations Branch is looking to fill various roles. Please see links below to other opportunities on offer. Investigator Assistant Analyst, Compliance Content Coordinator, Employee Relations Interested in applying? Applicants are required to submit an online application. This must include: an up-to-date resume which clearly details your relevant skills and experience (maximum 5 pages) a cover letter (maximum two pages) including your response to the two targeted questions below: Please provide an example where you have worked as part of a project team to meet tight deadlines. Outline your contributions to ensure project objectives were met. Describe a time when you clearly identified issues with a work process or task. How did you involve others in developing a solution? What information and research did you use to support your recommendations for resolving the issue? The selection process may include a range of assessment techniques to assist hiring managers in determining your suitability for the role. DPC expects all applicants who can be safely vaccinated for COVID 19, to be so. Candidates can request a reasonable adjustment throughout each step of the recruitment process. If you require a reasonable adjustment to the recruitment process, please note this in your application. A recruitment pool may be created from this recruitment action for ongoing and temporary roles for this role or similar roles that may become available over the next 18 months. Job Note: The successful candidate must be available to commence in the role in early January 2022. Salary: Clerk Grade 3/4. Package includes base salary ($74,117 - $81,158) plus superannuation and leave loading. Closing date: Thursday, 28 October 2021 (11:59 PM) Further Information For enquiries regarding this role, please contact Sarah Kaine by phone on 02 9228 5094 or email Sarah.Kaine@industrialrelations.nsw.gov.au If you run into any technical difficulties with your online application, contact I Work for NSW Support at support@iworkfor.nsw.gov.au or 1800 562 679. About the Department of Premier and Cabinet (DPC) To learn more, please visit our website: http://www.dpc.nsw.gov.au/about/about_the_department Why work for DPC? We put the people of NSW at the heart of everything we do, to deliver better services, drive government priorities and foster a culture of respect. Our people undertake challenging, innovative, and rewarding work, across metropolitan and regional locations, to deliver better outcomes for the communities of NSW. In achieving this, we are guided by our core values of integrity, trust, service, and accountability. We are also committed to empowering our people with opportunities to learn, grow and adapt within an inclusive and supportive environment. We endeavour to make all our roles flexible and encourage conversations on flexibility on an “if not, why not” basis, including work location. While this role is advertised as full-time, we will consider requests to undertake the work flexibly. Our Commitment We welcome and encourage applications from diverse backgrounds, including Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, LGBTI+, people with disability, people with caring responsibilities, people from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds, veterans and those living in regional locations.

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Director, Communications

Department of Premier & Cabinet

Are you an experienced Communications Leader? Looking for your next challenge in PR, Media and creative services? Ongoing PSSE Band 1 role About the Role We have a fantastic opportunity for a Communications Leader to join our dedicated team. Our Director, Communications role leads the implementation and delivery of a range of innovative communications and media projects and strategies. This important role provides high level strategic advice and guidance to some of the most senior leaders in NSW Government. You will be working collaboratively across teams to deliver complex and exciting events within NSW, and supporting government initiatives, programs and events. Want to know more? Please refer to the Role Description. About You We are searching for a creative, organised and resilient individual who thrives in fast paced and complex environments, with extensive experience working with Ministers or Senior Executive Decisions makers, along with deep knowledge of relevant public affairs issues. You are a collaborator and a leader, with excellent influencing and negotiation skills. You are a team player, working across teams to ensure the successful completion of projects. To be successful in this role you must have: Demonstrated leadership at a senior executive level and a record of achievement in leading media projects and issues management; Demonstrable experience in the development and implementation of innovative engagement strategies to seek community and stakeholder participation on major Government reform initiatives and events; Demonstrated experience leading a cross-disciplinary team; Appropriate tertiary qualifications or demonstrated, equivalent, relevant professional experience. Please note, this role may involve work outside of core business hours in the evening and on weekends. Interested in applying? Applicants are required to submit an online application. This must include: an up-to-date resume which clearly details your relevant skills and experience (maximum 5 pages) a cover letter (maximum two pages) including your response to the two targeted questions below: Give an example of a communications or public affairs communications campaign you have led including a description of the issues involved, any risks or sensitivities you had to be aware of, the stakeholders it required working with, and the tactics you employed to achieve the desired communications objectives. Describe a time when you had to manage a significant media issue. How did you approach developing your response? What considerations did you take into account? What information or materials did you prepare? The selection process may include a range of assessment techniques to assist hiring managers in determining your suitability for the role. DPC expects all applicants who can be safely vaccinated for COVID 19, to be so. Candidates can request a reasonable adjustment throughout each step of the recruitment process. If you require a reasonable adjustment to the recruitment process, please note this in your application. A recruitment pool may be created from this recruitment action for ongoing and temporary roles for this role or similar roles that may become available over the next 18 months. Salary: Senior Executive Band 1. Total remuneration package will be discussed upon an offer of a role. Closing date: Sunday 31 October, 2021 (11:59 PM) Further Information For enquiries regarding this role, please contact Kate Meagher via Kate.Meagher@dpc.nsw.gov.au or Michelle Mort via michelle.mort@dpc.nsw.gov.au If you run into any technical difficulties with your online application, contact I Work for NSW Support at support@iworkfor.nsw.gov.au or 1800 562 679. About the Department of Premier and Cabinet (DPC) To learn more, please visit our website: http://www.dpc.nsw.gov.au/about/about_the_department Why work for DPC? We put the people of NSW at the heart of everything we do, to deliver better services, drive government priorities and foster a culture of respect. Our people undertake challenging, innovative and rewarding work, across metropolitan and regional locations, to deliver better outcomes for the communities of NSW. In achieving this, we are guided by our core values of integrity, trust, service and accountability. We are also committed to empowering our people with opportunities to learn, grow and adapt within an inclusive and supportive environment. We endeavour to make all our roles flexible and encourage conversations on flexibility on an “if not, why not” basis, including work location. While this role is advertised as full-time, we will consider requests to undertake the work flexibly. Our Commitment We welcome and encourage applications from diverse backgrounds, including Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, LGBTI+, people with disability, people with caring responsibilities, people from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds, veterans and those living in regional locations.

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Associate Director, Governance

Department of Premier & Cabinet

Are you an established leader interested in an engaging role at the centre of Government? Do you have experience driving Corporate Governance operations & policies? Ongoing role About the Role The Associate Director, Governance provides specialist advice and manages the development, implementation, project management and reporting on corporate governance activities, both internal and cluster-wide in focus to mitigate corporate risks, maintain appropriate business governance processes and ensure appropriate and cost-effective outcomes. Want to know more? Please refer to the Role Description. About the Team The Governance team drives and supports the Department's corporate governance, risk and internal audit functions to ensure DPC's standard of probity, equity and best practice in public administration are met. The team also delivers policy coordination and operation of appointments to key government roles, including statutory and non-statutory roles and for boards and committees About you To be successful in this role you must have: Demonstrated advanced level of project management skills Experience in managing diverse complex governance projects and activities. Sound knowledge and understanding of the machinery of government, government functions and of the structure and functions of the department. Appropriate tertiary qualifications or equivalent, relevant professional experience and training. Interested in applying? Applicants are required to submit an online application. This must include: an up-to-date resume which clearly details your relevant skills and experience (maximum 5 pages) a cover letter (maximum two pages) including your response to the targeted question below: Provide an example of when you have led the development of a complex reform or initiative. How did you ensure effective project implementation? How did you engage relevant stakeholders to drive the project outcomes? The selection process may include a range of assessment techniques to assist hiring managers in determining your suitability for the role. DPC expects all applicants who can be safely vaccinated for COVID 19, to be so. Candidates can request a reasonable adjustment throughout each step of the recruitment process. If you require a reasonable adjustment to the recruitment process, please note this in your application. A recruitment pool may be created from this recruitment action for ongoing and temporary roles for this role or similar roles that may become available over the next 18 months. Salary: Clerk Grade11/12. Package includes base salary ($131,094 - $151,609) plus superannuation and leave loading. Closing date: Monday 11 October 2021 (11:59 PM) Further Information For enquiries regarding this role, please contact Sarah Wyatt, Director, Governance via email Sarah.Wyatt1@dpc.nsw.gov.au . If you run into any technical difficulties with your online application, contact I Work for NSW Support at support@iworkfor.nsw.gov.au or 1800 562 679. About the Department of Premier and Cabinet (DPC) To learn more, please visit our website: http://www.dpc.nsw.gov.au/about/about_the_department Why work for DPC? We put the people of NSW at the heart of everything we do, to deliver better services, drive government priorities and foster a culture of respect. Our people undertake challenging, innovative and rewarding work, across metropolitan and regional locations, to deliver better outcomes for the communities of NSW. In achieving this, we are guided by our core values of integrity, trust, service and accountability. We are also committed to empowering our people with opportunities to learn, grow and adapt within an inclusive and supportive environment. We endeavour to make all our roles flexible and encourage conversations on flexibility on an “if not, why not” basis, including work location. While this role is advertised as full-time, we will consider requests to undertake the work flexibly. Our Commitment We welcome and encourage applications from diverse backgrounds, including Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, LGBTI+, people with disability, people with caring responsibilities, people from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds, veterans and those living in regional locations.

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Senior Legal Officer Grade V

Department of Premier & Cabinet

Are you a highly skilled and experienced legal practitioner? Can you provide timely and professional advice on issues facing the NSW Government? Flexible working conditions available. About the Role The Senior Legal Officer provides timely and professional advice and other support to senior officers, the Premier and the Special Minister of State on a broad range of legal, legislative and policy issues. The Senior Legal Officer also undertakes diverse and complex legal and policy analysis. Want to know more? Please refer to the Role Description About the Team The Legal Branch is responsible for providing legal, policy and governance advice. It supports the Premier, Special Minister of State and DPC and manages the government's legislative agenda. The branch also develops and implements policy and legislative reforms within the Premier and Special Minister of State's portfolios, assists with whole-of-government priority reforms, manages DPC's litigation and manages the provision of external legal services. Salary: Legal Officer Grade 5. Package includes base salary ($135,176 - $137,826) plus superannuation and leave loading. About you To be successful in this role, you: Are a qualified legal practitioner who enjoys working on a diverse range of matters. Can exercise strong professional judgement and be accountable for the advice given on diverse legal, legislative, and related policy issues. Have experience in one or more in the following areas of law: environmental law, trade practices law, commercial law and/or public law (in particular, constitutional or administrative law). Have excellent oral and written communication skills and the ability to provide accurate, clear and comprehensive advice in short time frames. Have strong organisational skills, including the capacity to successfully manage competing priorities and meet deadlines. Have strong analytic ability and conceptual and problem-solving skills, including an ability to respond creatively. Interested in applying? Applicants are required to submit an online application. This must include: an up-to-date resume which clearly details your relevant skills and experience (maximum 5 pages) a cover letter (maximum two pages) including your response to the two targeted questions below: Provide an example that demonstrates your ability to prepare legal advice on a complex issue in a tight timeframe. Please describe a time when you had to handle a legal situation that challenged fairness or ethical issues. Describe the situation, the action you took, and the outcome of your actions. What lessons did you learn? The selection process may include a range of assessment techniques to assist hiring managers in determining your suitability for the role. DPC expects all applicants who can be safely vaccinated for COVID 19, to be so. Candidates can request a reasonable adjustment throughout each step of the recruitment process. If you require a reasonable adjustment to the recruitment process, please note this in your application. A recruitment pool may be created from this recruitment action for ongoing and temporary roles for this role or similar roles that may become available over the next 18 months. Closing date: Monday 25 October, 2021 (11:59 PM) Further Information For enquiries regarding this role, please contact Larisa Michalko via larisa.michalko@dpc.nsw.gov.au If you run into any technical difficulties with your online application, contact I Work for NSW Support at support@iworkfor.nsw.gov.au or 1800 562 679. About the Department of Premier and Cabinet (DPC) To learn more, please visit our website: http://www.dpc.nsw.gov.au/about/about_the_department Why work for DPC? We put the people of NSW at the heart of everything we do, to deliver better services, drive government priorities and foster a culture of respect. Our people undertake challenging, innovative and rewarding work, across metropolitan and regional locations, to deliver better outcomes for the communities of NSW. In achieving this, we are guided by our core values of integrity, trust, service and accountability. We are also committed to empowering our people with opportunities to learn, grow and adapt within an inclusive and supportive environment. We endeavour to make all our roles flexible and encourage conversations on flexibility on an “if not, why not” basis, including work location. While this role is advertised as full-time, we will consider requests to undertake the work flexibly. Our Commitment We welcome and encourage applications from diverse backgrounds, including Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, LGBTI+, people with disability, people with caring responsibilities, people from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds, veterans and those living in regional locations.

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Assistant Protocol Officer

Department of Premier & Cabinet

Do you have experience in planning official activities, hospitality, and international VIP visits? Ongoing role within our Protocol Team About the Role As an Assistant Protocol Officer, you will: coordinate and undertake a range of protocol projects to contribute to the achievement of protocol services to government and other stakeholders to ensure that protocol services of the NSW Government meet national and international standards. be responsible for preparing and providing timely advice and support to the Premier, Ministers, their offices, the Secretary, Director and Manager on routine protocol related matters. Want to know more? Please refer to the Role Description. About the Team The Protocol, Community and Events Unit coordinates and delivers a range of projects, activities, programs, and events on behalf of the Premier and NSW Government. Specifically, the Protocol team manages a range of projects and programs of ceremonial activities and events, international engagement, and hospitality. In order to be successful in this role you must have: Knowledge of, and experience in, the planning, conducting and delivering of official activities, hospitality and international VIP visits to ensure the support of professional and high quality services. Interested in applying? Applicants are required to submit an online application. This must include: an up-to-date resume which clearly details your relevant skills and experience (maximum 5 pages) a cover letter (maximum two pages) including your response to the two targeted questions below: Please describe the most successful or complex project you were involved in. What was your role? What did you do to ensure it was successful? Please describe a time where you've found it difficult to obtain information from key stakeholders in order to solve a problem or achieve a goal. How did you manage this? The selection process may include a range of assessment techniques to assist hiring managers in determining your suitability for the role. DPC expects all applicants who can be safely vaccinated for COVID 19, to be so. Candidates can request a reasonable adjustment throughout each step of the recruitment process. If you require a reasonable adjustment to the recruitment process, please note this in your application. A recruitment pool may be created from this recruitment action for ongoing and temporary roles for this role or similar roles that may become available over the next 18 months. Salary: Clerk Grade 5/6. Package includes base salary ($87,493 - $96,540) plus superannuation and leave loading. Closing date: Wednesday 27 October 2021 (11:59 PM) Further Information For enquiries regarding this role, please contact Rochelle Luke via Rochelle.Luke@dpc.nsw.gov.au or (02) 9228 5509. If you run into any technical difficulties with your online application, contact I Work for NSW Support at support@iworkfor.nsw.gov.au or 1800 562 679. About the Department of Premier and Cabinet (DPC) To learn more, please visit our website: http://www.dpc.nsw.gov.au/about/about_the_department Why work for DPC? We put the people of NSW at the heart of everything we do, to deliver better services, drive government priorities and foster a culture of respect. Our people undertake challenging, innovative and rewarding work, across metropolitan and regional locations, to deliver better outcomes for the communities of NSW. In achieving this, we are guided by our core values of integrity, trust, service and accountability. We are also committed to empowering our people with opportunities to learn, grow and adapt within an inclusive and supportive environment. We endeavour to make all our roles flexible and encourage conversations on flexibility on an “if not, why not” basis, including work location. While this role is advertised as full-time, we will consider requests to undertake the work flexibly. Our Commitment We welcome and encourage applications from diverse backgrounds, including Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, LGBTI+, people with disability, people with caring responsibilities, people from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds, veterans and those living in regional locations.

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Assistant Analyst, Compliance

Department of Premier & Cabinet

Are you an experienced researcher looking for your next career move? Would you like the opportunity to work in a new role in NSW Employee Relations? Ongoing (Permanent) Employment Offer, $87,493 - $96,540 plus superannuation and leave loading. About the Role The Assistant Analyst, Compliance role undertakes company and industry research to support and inform proactive/targeted compliance strategies, projects, and initiatives. The role also provides guidance to assist in the determination of compliance targets and conduct basic research to identify relevant regulatory instruments. Want to know more? Please refer to the Role Description. About you We are seeking candidates from a range of human resources, or legal backgrounds who can undertake research and analysis to inform the teams strategies, priorities, and delivery of projects. What you should bring to the role: Degree or equivalent experience in industrial relations, business, social science, or other field with a significant qualitative research element. Demonstrated ability to research, interpret and analyse information to provide advice and reports Proactive who can seek out emerging industrial relations developments. Team player who works autonomously and collaboratively Adaptable communicator, who can build strong professional relationships with key stakeholders Self-driven, flexible and can plan and manage time to assist the delivery of agreed projects and outcomes. About the Team The Assistant Analyst, Compliance is part of the newly created team, Strategic Investigations within Employee Relations Branch. The Strategic Investigations team is responsible for supporting compliance with industrial relations obligations and providing frontline proactive advisory and compliance services. It also undertakes investigation and enforcement activities to achieve compliance with NSW laws and industrial instruments across NSW businesses. Employee Relations Branch is looking to fill various roles. Please see links below to the other opportunities on offer. Assistant Investigator Content Coordinator, Employee Relations Investigator Interested in applying? Applicants are required to submit an online application. This must include: an up-to-date resume which clearly details your relevant skills and experience (maximum 5 pages) a cover letter (maximum two pages) including your response to the two targeted questions below: What was the most successful project you were involved in? What was your role? What did you do to ensure it was successful? Can you describe a time where a set of circumstances created a risk that your colleague's judgment or actions may be influenced by a secondary or conflicting interest? How did you identify this? What did you do? The selection process may include a range of assessment techniques to assist hiring managers in determining your suitability for the role. DPC expects all applicants who can be safely vaccinated for COVID 19, to be so. Candidates can request a reasonable adjustment throughout each step of the recruitment process. If you require a reasonable adjustment to the recruitment process, please note this in your application. A recruitment pool may be created from this recruitment action for ongoing and temporary roles for this role or similar roles that may become available over the next 18 months. Job Note: The successful candidate must be available to commence in the role in early January 2022. Salary: Clerk Grade 5/6. Package includes base salary ($87,493 - $96,540) plus superannuation and leave loading. Closing date: Thursday, 28 October 2021 (11:59 PM) Further Information For enquiries regarding this role, please contact Sarah Kaine by phone on 02 9228 5094 or email Sarah.Kaine@industrialrelations.nsw.gov.au If you run into any technical difficulties with your online application, contact I Work for NSW Support at support@iworkfor.nsw.gov.au or 1800 562 679. About the Department of Premier and Cabinet (DPC) To learn more, please visit our website: http://www.dpc.nsw.gov.au/about/about_the_department Why work for DPC? We put the people of NSW at the heart of everything we do, to deliver better services, drive government priorities and foster a culture of respect. Our people undertake challenging, innovative, and rewarding work, across metropolitan and regional locations, to deliver better outcomes for the communities of NSW. In achieving this, we are guided by our core values of integrity, trust, service, and accountability. We are also committed to empowering our people with opportunities to learn, grow and adapt within an inclusive and supportive environment. We endeavour to make all our roles flexible and encourage conversations on flexibility on an “if not, why not” basis, including work location. While this role is advertised as full-time, we will consider requests to undertake the work flexibly. Our Commitment We welcome and encourage applications from diverse backgrounds, including Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, LGBTI+, people with disability, people with caring responsibilities, people from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds, veterans and those living in regional locations.

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Content Coordinator, Employee Relations

Department of Premier & Cabinet

Do you have creative flair to produce digital content that is attention grabbing, captivating and contemporary? Would you like the opportunity to work in a new role and make it your own? Ongoing (Permanent) Employment Offer, $87,493 - $96,540 plus superannuation and leave loading. About the Role The Content Coordinator role assists in the creation and delivery of content to achieve targeted, engaging, relevant and effective communications on multiple digital platforms that supports the strategic aims of the Compliance Branch of Employee Relations. The role is also responsible for creating, evaluating, updating and reviewing content at all stages of the end-to-end user journey. Want to know more? Please refer to the Role Description. About you We are seeking candidates from a range of communications or digital design backgrounds who have creative insight and innovation to produce compelling, high impact media and communications. What you should bring to the role: Degree or equivalent experience in area relevant to digital design or digital education development. Demonstrated experience using a variety of content management systems. Ability to convert the complicated into simple easy to understand content Adaptable communicator, who can build collaborative partnerships with key stakeholders Self-driven, flexible and can plan and manage time to deliver agreed projects and outcomes. About the Team The Content Coordinator is part of the newly created team, Stakeholder Engagement within Employee Relations Branch. The Stakeholder Engagement team is responsible for the delivery of various educational offerings to businesses to support compliance with industrial relations obligations and provide frontline proactive advisory and compliance services. Employee Relations Branch is looking to fill various roles. Please see links below to the other opportunities on offer. Assistant Investigator Assistant Analyst, Compliance Investigator Interested in applying? Applicants are required to submit an online application. This must include: an up-to-date resume which clearly details your relevant skills and experience (maximum 5 pages) a cover letter (maximum two pages) including your response to the two targeted questions below: Describe a digital content project you have delivered that produced positive business results. Give me a specific example. Provide an example of when you have presented complicated data to an audience without the technical background. What challenges did you face in communicating your analysis and how did you resolve those challenges? The selection process may include a range of assessment techniques to assist hiring managers in determining your suitability for the role. DPC expects all applicants who can be safely vaccinated for COVID 19, to be so. Candidates can request a reasonable adjustment throughout each step of the recruitment process. If you require a reasonable adjustment to the recruitment process, please note this in your application. A recruitment pool may be created from this recruitment action for ongoing and temporary roles for this role or similar roles that may become available over the next 18 months. Job Note: The successful candidate must be available to commence in the role in early January 2022. Salary: Clerk Grade 5/6. Package includes base salary ($87,493 - $96,540) plus superannuation and leave loading. Closing date: Thursday, 28 October 2021 (11:59 PM) Further Information For enquiries regarding this role, please contact Sarah Kaine by phone on 02 9228 5094 or email Sarah.Kaine@industrialrelations.nsw.gov.au If you run into any technical difficulties with your online application, contact I Work for NSW Support at support@iworkfor.nsw.gov.au or 1800 562 679. About the Department of Premier and Cabinet (DPC) To learn more, please visit our website: http://www.dpc.nsw.gov.au/about/about_the_department Why work for DPC? We put the people of NSW at the heart of everything we do, to deliver better services, drive government priorities and foster a culture of respect. Our people undertake challenging, innovative and rewarding work, across metropolitan and regional locations, to deliver better outcomes for the communities of NSW. In achieving this, we are guided by our core values of integrity, trust, service and accountability. We are also committed to empowering our people with opportunities to learn, grow and adapt within an inclusive and supportive environment. We endeavour to make all our roles flexible and encourage conversations on flexibility on an “if not, why not” basis, including work location. While this role is advertised as full-time, we will consider requests to undertake the work flexibly. Our Commitment We welcome and encourage applications from diverse backgrounds, including Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, LGBTI+, people with disability, people with caring responsibilities, people from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds, veterans and those living in regional locations.

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Community Mobilisation Lead

Australian Red Cross

Permanent position Full time hours - or option to work 9 day fortnight Flexible location, ACT or NSW About us Australian Red Cross is part of the world's largest humanitarian organisation. Our aim is to improve the lives of the most vulnerable people in Australia and across our region. About the role The Community Mobilisation Lead is a state-wide influencer that collaborates with Red Cross people to grow, guide and support voluntary participation across our programs and services and the wider community in NSW and the ACT. Supported by the Mobilisation Hub Manager, the Hub Team, and the wider Hub Network, you will collaborate at all levels of the organisation to gain insights, identify gaps, co-design solutions, and build capacity, capability, knowledge and good practice. You will train and coach NSW and ACT staff and volunteers, and provide strategic and practical advice in the effective mobilisation, engagement and management of volunteers in traditional and emerging models of volunteer activities, technologies and communication methods. What you will bring Demonstrated experience in driving and inspiring change Proven experience in work which focused on engagement of individuals and / or communities through volunteering or other methods of participation/ mobilisation Demonstrated expertise in building individual and organisational capacity and capability in volunteer engagement and management, including systems and processes Able to develop partnerships and manage relationships with internal stakeholders as well as community organisations, government, private sector or peak bodies Knowledge of/ experience with agile and Human Centred Design principles and processes is desirable Active membership or involvement with a peak body or volunteer network is desirable A Working with Children Check is a mandatory requirement for this role. Why work with us Be part of one of the largest humanitarian organisations and know that the work contributes to improving outcomes for vulnerable people. You can access flexible working arrangements and generous salary packaging options that can increase your take home pay by paying certain expenses using pre-tax dollars up to $15,900 a year. Further information For further information about this role, please refer to the position description attached below or contact Sabrina Fuechsle on 0405 840 654. Position description: Community Mobilisation Lead.pdf Applications for this position will close at 11:55pm on Thursday 28th October 2021.

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Permanent position Full time hours - or option to work 9 day fortnight Flexible location, ACT or NSW About us Australian Red Cross is part of the world's largest humanitarian organisation. Our aim is to improve the lives ...
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Internal Communications and Project Administrator

Relationships Australia NSW

About Relationships Australia Relationships Australia NSW (RANSW) provides a safe, judgement-free environment where individuals, couples and families can address the critical matters impacting their relationships, and their lives. Our clients are, and always will be, our first priority. This matters more now than ever before. That's why we are undertaking a major strategy shift to ensure people are at the centre of all we do. Critical to this is an internal comms function positioned in the CEO Office that links our work with customers, systems change, growth and strategy - to our people. What you'll do Coordinate the internal communications for RANSW as a key function of the CEO Office Provide project administrative support to the Strategic Planning and Projects Office Support key change initiatives in our annual Business Plans through effective communication and storytelling across multiple touchpoints Manage the internal communications content calendar Create awareness and engagement for employee events, People, Culture & Learning initiatives such as Staff Engagement Surveys Assist with the co-ordination of events/activities related to days of community and cultural significance. Liaise with the Brand Marketing & Communications team to link external messaging and internal comms where relevant Provide analysis on key metrics, identify trends and use data to create reports demonstrating the effectiveness of the channel The details: Permanent, 3 days per week Based at Macquarie Park Flexibility to do additional hours if needed Salary + super + salary packaging benefits What you'll bring Demonstrated experience in internal comms A natural communicator with a strategic and creative eye An ability to conceptualise and execute content management strategies, project deliverables, and business plan objectives Strong problem-solving skills Highly organised with strong attention to detail An ability to lead opportunities for organisational change and cultural development through effective communication strategies and efficient administrative coordination and support Why work with us? Work alongside people who care about what you achieve together An opportunity to be a change agent, innovator and drive growth across our organisation Work alongside people who truly care about what you achieve together We have a strong focus on wellbeing including salary packaging, additional leave days and fitness passport Flexible working arrangements help you find the perfect balance We value inclusion and belonging. We want a workforce that is reflective of all the communities we serve. To strengthen our inclusive practice we have employee action groups: Accessibility, Reconciliation, Gender, Sex & Sexually Diverse and Culturally and Linguistically Diverse (CALD) RANSW is committed to deepening our relationships with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people. Our RAP guides our efforts to build strong relationships, increased employment opportunities, and enhanced respect between Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples and other Australians Next Steps Interested? Apply today! If you would like more information or have a confidential discussion, please email employment@ransw.org.au Authorised workers of RANSW services are required to comply with NSW Health orders, including any applicable mandatory vaccination requirements. Successful candidates will be required to evidence a vaccination certificate or a medical contraindication certificate.

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Legal Secretary - Public Sector

Clayton Utz

The role We have an exciting opportunity for a full time Legal Secretary to join our Public Sector team in Sydney. Legal Secretaries are an instrumental part of our firm and incredibly valued within the teams. By providing high quality administrative support services to our Partners and team members, our Legal Secretaries maximise the efficiency of the Practice Group and the Firm. The role reports to, and supports the firm's Client Relationship Partner for NSW Government, Dr Ashley Tsacalos , and his team of lawyers who range from experienced Senior Associates to Graduate Lawyers. The work of our Public Sector team supports all areas of government activity through the provision of legal services. The team act for government departments and agencies in a range of dispute resolution and litigation matters (including merits review and the judicial review of government decisions, tort claims and contractual disputes) as well as provide advice on decision making and the management of legal risks, statutory interpretation, regulatory matters, the conduct of compliance and enforcement activities, and in relation to privacy and access to information matters. The team also does a range of royal commissions, inquiries and inquests - it is the leading royal commission and inquiry practice in Australia having been involved in more than 20 royal commissions, inquiries and inquests in the last 6 years. Key responsibilities This is a busy role with an emphasis on supporting the team's work with various Commonwealth and NSW Government clients and non-Government clients. You will be responsible for: Working through the engagement procedures of the various Government and non-Government clients Drafting, reviewing and preparing correspondence / documentation (including court documentation) Managing incoming correspondence, as well as providing a proactive and efficient approach to producing correspondence without direction File management Managing telephones, electronic diaries and voicemail for team members Organising meetings and travel (when possible), including a proactive approach to reorganising commitments on a needs basis Undertaking the monthly billing process in accordance with specific client requirements and timeframes Supporting a range of business development initiatives and activities Skills & Experience To be successful in this role, you will have: Sound legal secretarial experience at a Partner level Strong attention to detail, a proactive work style and first rate secretarial, word processing and document manipulation skills Ability to work as part of a team and have an innovative, flexible and adaptable approach Ability to anticipate Partner requirements and proactively respond to changing work priorities and Partner requirements Advanced Microsoft Office skills (including Word, Outlook, Excel and PowerPoint) Previous experience working with time recording and billing systems such as Aderant or 3e is highly desirable In addition to this, we're looking for a resilient, self-starter who uses their initiative. Someone who is able to work autonomously and is focused on attention to detail and providing an outstanding service to their clients. The Public Sector Team Our National Public Sector group is widely regarded to be the premier private government practice in the country and has a wealth of talent and experience within the team. The team helps a range of Commonwealth and State Government departments and agencies with some of their most interesting, significant and technically challenging programs and projects. We use our skills to solve complex legal problems, assist with the development and implementation of program strategy, and inform policy development. For further information, please visit our Public Sector showcase page on LinkedIn. The firm As Australia's leading independent law firm, our culture has been built by innovative thinkers. They are the driving force behind our firm and if you choose to be part of the team your expectations will be challenged every step of the way. We're looking for individuals who will thrive under our spirit of independence. Dynamic personalities who can collaborate, innovate and strive for success within our collegiate culture. In return we will work to help build the career you've always wanted. Are you up for the challenge? Why Clayton Utz? As part of this innovative team you will be working across major national, government, and global clients. All the while collaborating with some of the sharpest legal minds in the industry. Clayton Utz has also been a powerful force in Australian pro bono practice, striving to deliver justice for those who need it and not just those who can afford it. In your time here you'll be constantly surprised by the projects you get to work on and what you can accomplish. Imagine what you could achieve at a top law firm that actually values independent thinking. A law firm who challenges the status quo. Go on, challenge your expectations. #LI-AS

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Maintenance Manager

Ventia

Key Leadership Role. Lead the delivery of facilities management and emergency response for the NSW Country Link Rail Network of assets. One of the largest essential service providers in Australia and New Zealand Full time permanent opportunity - Based from Orange NSW Genuine opportunities for professional and career development About the role Ventia is partnering with UGL as the provider of facilities management for the Country Link Rail Network for NSW. As the Maintenance Manager you will have three direct reports and be responsible for management and coordination of various subcontractors. You will lead the operations team in the delivery of facilities maintenance, project work and incident response services across NSW. Facilities will include sites such as stations, workshops, depots, vacant land, cottages and various other assets. This is a full time permanent position based from our Orange office. What you'll be doing Leading trades and subcontractor teams to perform and achieve the delivery of maintenance activities in accordance with safety, quality, cost, time and environmental specifications. Development and review of the operational maintenance plan. Coordinate any assistance provided to emergency authorities to address incidents and accidents. Proactively lead H&S objectives. Provide operational management capability to drive the development, implementation and continual improvement of integrated contract management systems to meet legal, contractual and other busines requirements. What's on offer Join one of the largest essential service providers in Australia and New Zealand. Large, stable organisation with a respected reputation. Full time permanent opportunity. Genuine opportunities for professional and career development. About you Trade or Engineering qualifications within a relevant discipline. Knowledge of building codes preferred. Well-developed people leadership skills. Prior exposure to facilities management and maintenance. Ability to understand client requirements and contractual obligations. Requirement for Adhoc travel across NSW around 4 days per month on average. Be part of a rotating on call rotation for emergency responses. Instances are rare but need to be willing to act when/if required. About Ventia Ventia is a leading infrastructure services company, operating across Australia and New Zealand. Our clients are the owners and operators of assets that are critical to our local communities. We pride ourselves on working smart, safely and sustainably, harnessing the latest technologies and brightest minds. With a diverse and proud heritage, we have a track record of delivering essential services to the communities in which we operate. Diversity We acknowledge the importance of our people's diverse experiences, talents and cultures. Embracing diversity and creating inclusion is a key component of our talent strategy. The creation of a diverse, inclusive workforce is central to our ability to unlock potential and enhance our success. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people are encouraged to apply for this vacancy. How to apply If you are looking to expand your career with a business that rewards and values its employees please apply below by clicking on the apply now button. Position Reference Number: [122892]

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NSW > NSW North Coast

Registered Nurse - Forster

Estia Health

Forster is a stunning coastal town on the Mid North Coast of NSW, known for it's beautiful waters and peaceful lifestyle. Experience the joy and charm of working at our Forster Home, situated amongst the tranquil scenery. Be a part of this delightful team, building real relationships with your colleagues and our residents, providing care that supports them to live a life they LOVE every single day!! NOTE: this role is located at our Forster Home in NSW- 308KM from Sydney. About the Role: Estia Health have a great opportunity for an experienced Registered Nurse to join the Forster team on a Part -Time basis, working 3 Night Shifts a week. Key Tasks: Delivering the best clinical care in accordance with legislation, and practice within a professional and ethical framework Completing comprehensive, individual assessments and care plants for new and existing residents Ensuring timely and accurate documentation including ACFI. What will we do for you? People are the HEART of Estia, and we give all our staff access to resources necessary for success. Relocation assistance available Secure employment in one of the fastest growing industries Opportunities to pick-up more shifts Work in this stunning coastal town, and build lasting relationships with your colleagues Lead a team, develop your coaching skills Opportunity to work across a wide network and mentor others in your peer group Expand your own skill set with regular training and development Estia offers a range of benefits including attractive remuneration packages with workplace banking, novated leases and EAP services Annual Flu Shot provided About You: You are passionate and have a caring nature! Additionally, you have… Current AHPRA Registration Excellent communication and clinical documentation skills Excellent time management and organizational skills Experience working within an Aged Care or similar environment ACFI knowledge an advantage A commitment to keeping yourself and others safe Australian Work Rights Evidence of 2021 Flu Vaccination and COVID-19 Vaccination are requirements of the role. How to Apply: Click APPLY NOW to submit your application. If you'd like to know more, please call me on 0482 168 555 or email me at kathryn.dempster@estiahealth.com.au and i will do my best to answer all your questions about the role / the home / the location ! Follow Estia Health on LinkedIn https://www.linkedin.com/company/estia-health/ Check out our vacancies https://www.estiahealth.com.au/careers/vacancies-in-our-homes

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NSW > NSW North Coast

Registered Nurse - Part Time, Forster

Estia Health

Forster is a stunning coastal town on the Mid North Coast of NSW, known for it's beautiful waters and peaceful lifestyle. Experience the joy and charm of working at our Forster Home, situated amongst the tranquil scenery. Be a part of this delightful team, building real relationships with your colleagues and our residents, providing care that supports them to live a life they LOVE every single day!! NOTE: this role is located at our Forster Home in NSW- 308KM from Sydney. About the Role: Estia Health have a great opportunity for a number of RN's to join our team. Full Time and Part Time opportunities available, working a variety of shift types: Morning, Afternoon, Evening! Submit your application and recruitment will be in touch to discuss. Key Tasks: Delivering the best clinical care in accordance with legislation, and practice within a professional and ethical framework Completing comprehensive, individual assessments and care plants for new and existing residents Ensuring timely and accurate documentation including ACFI. What will we do for you? People are the HEART of Estia, and we give all our staff access to resources necessary for success. Relocation assistance available Secure employment in one of the fastest growing industries Opportunities to pick-up more shifts Work in this stunning coastal town, and build lasting relationships with your colleagues Lead a team, develop your coaching skills Opportunity to work across a wide network and mentor others in your peer group Expand your own skill set with regular training and development Estia offers a range of benefits including attractive remuneration packages with workplace banking, novated leases and EAP services Annual Flu Shot provided About You: You are passionate and have a caring nature! Additionally, you have… Current AHPRA Registration Excellent communication and clinical documentation skills Excellent time management and organizational skills Experience working within an Aged Care or similar environment ACFI knowledge an advantage A commitment to keeping yourself and others safe Australian Work Rights Evidence of 2021 Flu Vaccination and COVID-19 Vaccination are requirements of the role. How to Apply: Click APPLY NOW to submit your application. If you'd like to know more, please call me on 0482 168 555 or email me at kathryn.dempster@estiahealth.com.au and i will do my best to answer all your questions about the role / the home / the location ! Follow Estia Health on LinkedIn https://www.linkedin.com/company/estia-health/ Check out our vacancies https://www.estiahealth.com.au/careers/vacancies-in-our-homes

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NSW > Illawarra & South Coast

Registered Nurse - Dalmeny

Estia Health

Dalmeny is stylish and bright, located on the South Coast of NSW with stunning ocean views and landscape gardens. Experience the joy of working here, building real relationships with our residents, providing care that supports them to live a life they LOVE every single day! About the Role: Estia Health have a great opportunity for an Experienced RN to join the clinical team at our home on the South Coast of NSW. Our ideal candidate will be able to join us full time. Part-time opportunities also available. Submit your job application, and recruitment will be in touch to discuss. Key Tasks: Delivering the best clinical care in accordance with legislation, and practice within a professional and ethical framework Completing comprehensive, individual assessments and care plants for new and existing residents Ensuring timely and accurate documentation including ACFI. What will we do for you? People are the HEART of Estia, and we give all our staff access to resources necessary for success. Join one of Australia's leading aged care providers in one of the fastest growing industries Work in your local community and make a difference to the lives of our residents Lead a team, develop your coaching skills Opportunity to work across a wide network and mentor others in your peer group Expand your own skill set with regular training and development Estia offers a range of benefits including attractive remuneration packages with workplace banking, novated leases and EAP services Annual Flu Shot provided About You: You are passionate and have a caring nature! Additionally, you have… Current AHPRA Registration Excellent communication and clinical documentation skills Excellent time management and organizational skills Experience working within an Aged Care or similar environment ACFI knowledge an advantage A commitment to keeping yourself and others safe Australian Work Rights Evidence of 2021 Flu Vaccination and COVID-19 Vaccination are requirements of the role. How to Apply: Click APPLY NOW to submit your application. If you'd like to know more, please call me on 0482 168 555 or email me at Kathryn.dempster@estiahealth.com.au Follow Estia Health on LinkedIn https://www.linkedin.com/company/estia-health/ Check out our vacancies https://www.estiahealth.com.au/careers/vacancies-in-our-homes

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NSW > Newcastle & Hunter

Cleaning Attendant

Estia Health

Please note - This role is for our home in Tea Gardens, NSW. Estia Health Tea Gardens is a modern, recently-renovated residence that offers a stylish, warm and welcoming ambience. Set in a beautiful natural environment, there is a strong focus here on quality care and attention to the individual needs of all our residents. Close to the local shopping centre, bowls club and golf club, this home provides every comfort. From light-filled lounge areas and contemporary décor to tranquil garden settings, our residents enjoy the perfect combination of stylish living and home-like charm. About the role Estia Health Tea Gardens are looking for an experienced cleaning attendant to join their team on a part time basis. The successful applicant will work across a range of morning, afternoon and evening shifts during the week. The role involves: Cleaning duties including mopping, vacuuming, dusting, waste management, restocking of supplies, cleaning and sorting laundry Adhering to infection control principles, WHS requirements including the safe storage and use of chemicals and complete cleaning requirements according to facility schedules Maintaining adequate supplies of toilet paper, soap and other cleaning and hygiene supplies for resident use. Kitchen duties About you You'll bring to the role your passionate and caring nature and a drive to maintain a clean and inviting environment for our residents, visitors and team. You will also have: Experience in a similar or related role Knowledge of and experience in safe chemical handling Work Health and Safety knowledge and a commitment to keeping yourself and others safe The right to work in Australia What we will do for you: At Estia Health, our people are the heart of our organisation, we love to see our team develop their careers with us Join one of Australia's leading aged care providers in one of the fastest growing industries Work in your local community and make a difference to the lives of our residents Develop and expand your own skill set with regular training and development opportunities Estia offers a range of benefits including attractive remuneration packages with workplace banking, novated leases and EAP services Annual Flu Shot provided Join us! If you would like to know more, please call us on 02 4919 7000 or by emailing us at teagardens@estiahealth.com.au. If this sounds like the role for you, click on APPLY NOW! To find out more about Estia Health and the wonderful work we do, please visit and follow our LinkedIn page at https://www.linkedin.com/company/estia-health/Enjoy working on a part time or casual basis!, Be part of a large 109 bed home, Enjoy working in a coastal location!

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Please note - This role is for our home in Tea Gardens, NSW. Estia Health Tea Gardens is a modern, recently-renovated residence that offers a stylish, warm and welcoming ambience. Set in a beautiful natural environment, ...
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NSW > Sydney

Financial Crime Risk Policy Lead

Tabcorp

Maintaining a healthy balance of Excitement with Integrity is very important to us, and our Financial Crime Risk Team lead the charge. They use their technical knowledge to partner with the business to make sure Tabcorp positively shapes our entire industry. It's an interesting challenge, one you'll be proud to help deliver. We're looking for experts in Financial Crime, AML/CTF, with experience in a highly regulated environment, and a desire to lead by example while influencing real culture change. You'll join people at the top of their game, and you'll be at the top of yours - together we'll bring moments of excitement to millions of Australians, and a healthy culture of compliance to an industry that welcomes it. What you'll do Leading a team of 6, you will support the AML Compliance Officer (AMLCO) to maintain and ensure compliance with Tabcorp DBG's AML/CTF Program. Be a value-led leader that fosters an environment of positivity, collaboration, continuous improvement and actively champion a best-in-class approach. Assist the AMLCO and General Manager Financial Crime Risk (FCR) with regular reporting and conduct comprehensive enterprise-wide AML/CTF risk assessments. Provide high quality and timely advice and guidance to the business and support internal stakeholders with appropriate policy and framework guidance. Work collaboratively with peers and stakeholders to build authentic and trusted relationships across Tabcorp whilst building a deep understanding of our business. What you'll bring Tertiary qualifications are essential. A degree in a relevant field, (Legal, Accounting, Business, Finance etc) and an impressive career in gambling, financial services, risk, AML/CTF and/or sanctions compliance. Proven experience working within a Financial Crime Risk environment with in-depth AML/CTF knowledge. A strong and practical understanding of leading risk and compliance management practices and a commercial lens to risk management. Proven experience developing and maintaining strong relationships and the ability to influence stakeholders to drive change. Experience leading a team preferred with the ability to act decisively with confidence. Excellent organisation skills and a structured approach to your work. When you join our Financial Crime Risk Team, you'll be able to take advantage of a range of benefits including flexible working arrangements, leadership and development programs and community programs. About Tabcorp We're Australia's largest gambling entertainment company. Together, we build on our 100+ year heritage by delivering Excitement with Integrity, every day. Each one of us is here to put our customers at the heart of everything we do by creating moments that engage, surprise and thrill. Our 4,500+ strong team is as diverse as Australia itself. Our people drive homegrown world-class brands; Tatts, TAB, NSW Lotteries, Golden Casket, SA Lotteries, Keno, Sky Racing, Sky Sports Radio and MAX. As an ASX listed company we're proud to shape our industry for the better. Because together, anything's possible. Tabcorp is committed to creating an inclusive workplace where all our people feel valued for their unique qualities and have a sense of belonging. If you need assistance or adjustments to fully participate in the application process, please contact tabcorprecruitment@tabcorp.com.au COVID-19 Tabcorp is closely monitoring Department of Health guidelines to ensure we continue to provide a safe working environment.

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NSW > Sydney

Risk Reporting & Insights Lead

Tabcorp

Maintaining a healthy balance of Excitement with Integrity is very important to us, and our Risk & Compliance Team lead the charge. They use their technical knowledge to partner with the business to make sure Tabcorp positively shapes our entire industry. It's an interesting challenge, one you'll be proud to help deliver. We're looking for experts in risk and compliance management with experience in a highly regulated environment, and a desire to lead by example while influencing real culture change. You'll join people at the top of their game, and you'll be at the top of yours - together we'll bring moments of excitement to millions of Australians, and a healthy culture of compliance to an industry that welcomes it. What you'll do Define and operate framework to deliver high quality reporting and analytics insights for Line 2 (L2) risk and compliance to key stakeholders, including the Risk & Compliance (R&C) function, business units, Tabcorp executive team and the Board. Facilitate proactive, forward-looking risk management analytics and collaboratively engage with stakeholders across the organisation in relation to risk and compliance. Lead a high performing team of 2 and help develop pragmatic solutions. Develop and maintain high quality analysis reporting to deliver transparency and insights across the L2 R&C function and other key stakeholders. Create and publish standard reports and policies for effective data management. Lead, engage and socialise ideas to the GM, R&C function and other team leads for potential analytical reporting. Manage small to medium sized projects supporting initiatives to improve data reporting and analytics capability or systems development. What you'll bring Qualifications aren't everything but they're important for this role. We're looking for a Finance or Business graduate or similar with proven experience as a Reporting and/or Data Analyst or comparable role. Confident in translating complex data and concepts into clear results to cater to all audiences. Capability to generate and present analytical reports to senior leaders. Demonstrated experience in applying analytics in business decisions and ability to develop and maintain effective working relationships. Experience working in a competitive, fast paced industry and a working understanding of Privacy Legislation. Knowledge of, or experience working in a R&C function highly regarded, and knowledge of gambling and entertainment industries advantageous. When you join our Risk & Compliance Team, you'll be able to take advantage of a range of benefits including flexible working arrangements, leadership and development programs and community programs. About Tabcorp We're Australia's largest gambling entertainment company. Together, we build on our 100+ year heritage by delivering Excitement with Integrity, every day. Each one of us is here to put our customers at the heart of everything we do by creating moments that engage, surprise and thrill. Our 4,500+ strong team is as diverse as Australia itself. Our people drive homegrown world-class brands; Tatts, TAB, NSW Lotteries, Golden Casket, SA Lotteries, Keno, Sky Racing, Sky Sports Radio and MAX. As an ASX listed company we're proud to shape our industry for the better. Because together, anything's possible. Tabcorp is committed to creating an inclusive workplace where all our people feel valued for their unique qualities and have a sense of belonging. If you need assistance or adjustments to fully participate in the application process, please contact tabcorprecruitment@tabcorp.com.au COVID-19 Tabcorp is closely monitoring Department of Health guidelines to ensure we continue to provide a safe working environment.

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NSW > Sydney

Application Developer

Australian Red Cross

Permanent opportunity Full time - 38 hours per week Based in Sydney, NSW Who are we Australian Red Cross is part of the world's largest humanitarian organisation. Our aim is to improve the lives of the most vulnerable people in Australia and across our region. About the role The Application Developer role creates, develops and supports software applications and components that facilitate the achievement of business and client outcomes through the use of process and technology. The position will need to engage effectively with internal and external stakeholders in the determination of application and component requirements to ensure that solutions and software applications are both fit for purpose and fit for use. This position will also work closely with the Chapter Lead, other squad/chapter members and product owners to ensure appropriate testing, training and rollout of solutions. What you will bring Experienced Software Developer, Analyst Developer or similar Previous experience with business process automation, workflow analysis and management Competent and proficient understanding of enterprise application platforms ERP, CRM or Financial Packages Application configuration and support experience essential Microsoft SQL Server, Microsoft .NET tech stack, Cloud technology. Knowledge in Azure DevOps, and Azure Integration Services are highly regarded Ability to identify operational improvements to facilitate business effectiveness is highly regarded Analyse, design, configure, test, implement and maintain complex functionality enhancements and additions in accordance with detail design specifications Excellent verbal and written communication skills and the ability to interact professionally with a diverse group of business stakeholders and subject matter experts Ability to work under pressure in a culturally diverse team The benefits Be part of one of the largest humanitarian organisations and know that the work that you do will help improve outcomes for vulnerable people. Work for purpose and know that your work helps keep our people and the communities we work with safe. You can access flexible working arrangements and generous salary packaging options that can increase your take home pay by paying certain expenses using pre-tax dollars up to $15,900 a year. Further information For further information about this role, please refer to the position description attached below or contact Kai Zhang on 0430 389 758. Position description: PD - Application Developer.pd f Applications for this position will close at 11:55pm on Tuesday 31st August 2021. Please apply as soon as possible as we will be reviewing applications as they come in and may close the advertisement earlier.

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Project Manager - International

Tabcorp

From Grand Finals and major Racing Carnivals to State of Origins and local favourites, every day with us is a chance to be part of the action. As part of our team, you're the face and personality of our brand, working with the team to create amazing customer experiences and forge partnerships. With 4,500+ venue partners across Australia and operations across the globe, there's always plenty of opportunities to get stuck into. So, if you're passionate about stepping up to the ever-changing needs of our customers, our industry and your career — we'll back you all the way. What you'll do The Project Manager - International role is accountable for the planning, management, control and delivery of business projects. This role will be responsible for the co-ordination of the international suite of projects. The role will require strong project and stakeholder management across the business, line 1 and 2 risk functions, and technology teams. These projects underpin our international strategy and are critical to ensuring we excel in this area. What you'll bring Strong project management skills with a proven ability to deliver projects on time and within budget Certification in PRINCE2 or PMBoK or equivalent methodology Excellent stakeholder engagement and influencing skills Demonstrated ability to create documents including business cases, steering committee papers, presentations, technical and commercial content. PowerPoint skills are essential Ability to juggle a range of priorities at one time Commercial acumen, initiative and an outcome focused approach All our people have the option to take advantage of flexible working, leadership and career development, plus community programs and volunteer days. About Tabcorp We're Australia's largest gambling entertainment company. Together, we build on our 100+ year heritage by delivering Excitement with Integrity, every day. Each one of us is here to put our customers at the heart of everything we do by creating moments that engage, surprise and thrill. Our 4,500+ strong team is as diverse as Australia itself. Our people drive homegrown world-class brands; Tatts, TAB, NSW Lotteries, Golden Casket, SA Lotteries, Keno, Sky Racing, Sky Sports Radio and MAX. As an ASX listed company we're proud to shape our industry for the better. Because together, anything's possible. Tabcorp is committed to creating an inclusive workplace where all our people feel valued for their unique qualities and have a sense of belonging. If you need assistance or adjustments to fully participate in the application process, please contact tabcorprecruitment@tabcorp.com.au. COVID-19 Tabcorp is closely monitoring Department of Health guidelines to ensure we continue to provide a safe working environment. *Please note this is a 12-month fixed term contract role

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NSW > Sydney

System Engineer

Australian Red Cross

Full time, maximum term until April 2022 Based in Sydney, NSW About Red Cross Australian Red Cross is part of the largest humanitarian movement in the world seeking to build a better society based on people helping people. About the role Reporting to the Systems Chapter Lead, the Systems Engineer is part of a team who are responsible for administration, development, maintenance, and support of the on-prem infrastructure (Windows, VMWare & Citrix) and cloud infrastructure (AWS & Azure) within Australian Red Cross. The Systems Engineer will play a key role in supporting, maintaining, and improving the infrastructure services we deliver to our customers. Effectively manage your assigned tickets, with timely and clear updates whilst assisting with the ticket allocation. What you will bring Degree in Technology Field or equivalent years of experience Previous experience in Infrastructure/Data Centre Operations/Systems Admin Experience using VMware products, Citrix products and Microsoft server technology Troubleshooting, maintaining, and decommissioning data centre hardware and equipment Excellent understanding of Server and Storage hardware (e.g. SAN storage, tape drives). Demonstrated experience following change management processes Demonstrated desire to work as a part of a high performing team Why work for us? Work for purpose and know that your work assists Red Cross support and empower people and communities in times of vulnerability. You can access flexible working arrangements and generous salary packaging options that can increase your take home pay by paying certain expenses using pre-tax dollars up to $15,900 a year. Further information For further information please view the position description below or contact Ricky Leung on 0437 874 390. Position Description: Applications for this position will close at 11:55pm on Monday, 25th October 2021.

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Full time, maximum term until April 2022 Based in Sydney, NSW About Red Cross Australian Red Cross is part of the largest humanitarian movement in the world seeking to build a better society based on people helping ...
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NSW > Gosford & Central Coast

Graduate Engineer

Northrop Consulting Engineers

More than just a workplace Northrop Consulting Engineers is more than just a workplace. We are an employee owned, multi-discipline engineering consultancy, that grows by creating opportunities for our people to help build the business and their career. We employ over 300 staff and operate across eight offices in NSW, ACT, QLD and VIC. We encourage and support our people to excel both professionally and personally. You will be inspired by experienced professionals whilst working on a diverse range of interesting projects. Careers and More Applications are now open for our 2019/2020 Graduate Program. At Northrop, we view our Graduates as our future leaders. We are seeking bright and innovative Graduate applicants who are confident communicators, and will embrace our values. We offer opportunities to Graduates pursuing a career in consulting engineering across the following disciplines: Civil Structural Mechanical Hydraulics Electrical Acoustics Sustainability (Green Building Design) We are committed to empowering you, as a Northrop Graduate, to work on real projects with real responsibilities, early in your career. Develop to your full potential You will have the opportunity to develop to your full potential and beyond, alongside owners of the business. In addition to on-the-job training and being assigned a mentor, you will be provided with structured career development through the Northrop University Graduate Program. Make it happen If you are motivated, thirsty for knowledge and have a drive to succeed with Northrop Consulting Engineers then we would like to hear from you. Please click the 'Apply' button to complete your application which will include completing a short set of questions, along with providing your CV, Cover Letter and Academic Transcript.

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Structural Draftsperson

Northrop Consulting Engineers

The Company Northrop Consulting Engineers is an employee owned, multi-discipline consultancy that has been established for over 45 years. We have an open management structure that embodies a diverse, inclusive and flexible workforce for all our employees. We currently employ over 400+ staff across Ten offices in NSW, ACT, QLD, and VIC. We are essentially a people business that grows by creating opportunities for our people to help build the business and their career. When you join Northrop, you join a company that will support you to excel both professionally and personally. The Role Due to continued growth and a strong pipeline of projects, our Structural team is looking for an enthusiastic and experienced Draftsperson to join the team. The role is based in either our Sydney or Parramatta office with the ability to work from home 2-3 days per week. Reporting to an industry leading Drafting Group Manager in our Structural Section, the primary focus of this role will be to successfully plan and complete assigned drafting projects within agreed budgets and deadlines, consistent with company and project standards. The ability to consistently produce quality documents in agreed time frames will be key to successfully performing this role. We strongly believe in developing our people - part of our offering is investment in your career and learning. We believe the future of the construction industry will be driven by BIM and we are committed to developing our drafting team members into BIM leaders through in house training, external training and allowing our people time to tinker and leverage technology best they see fit. The Candidate We are looking for an enthusiastic person with the following qualities: 5+ years drafting experience - local experience highly valued 3+ years Revit structural experience Local Experience in Structural steel, Precast and/or Reinforced concrete buildings Formal Revit training desirable. To be considered for this position you will ideally have: Dedication to project success and delivery - show us some projects you've completed that your passionate about An interest in BIM and technology related to construction Strong communication skills - tell us how you work with others to get the job done Experience or interest in mentorship to Drafters completing their traineeships - does passing on your knowledge and experience give you a thrill? Applying If you are ready to develop to your full potential, please click the 'Apply' button to complete your application. Examples of any completed projects in Revit would be valuable. To arrange a confidential conversation regarding this opportunity, please contact our Recruitment and Talent Consultant Jeremy Olaivar at Jolaivar@northrop.com.au Northrop is an equal opportunity employer. No agencies please. Applications are sought from direct applicants only.

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Senior Structural Engineer

Northrop Consulting Engineers

The Company Northrop Consulting Engineers is an employee owned, multidiscipline consultancy that has been established for 40 years. We have an open management structure and employ over 400 staff across Ten offices in NSW, ACT, QLD, and VIC. We are essentially a people business that grows by creating opportunities for our people to help build the business and their career. When you join Northrop, you join a company that will support you to excel both professionally and personally. The Role Our industry-leading Structural Team requires a high-performing Senior Structural Engineer to lead a team of engineers in our Sydney or Parramatta Office. You will be responsible for managing a team of 6 talented engineers, you will be part of a flat management team with significant autonomy and decision making ability in the role. Based in our Sydney office you will be joining a fast paced team and will enjoy operating with an appropriate level of autonomy to work with agility and play an integral role in project delivery and client liaison. Key components of this role include, but are not limited to: Managing a team of 6 engineers including mentoring, workload management, people management issues, hiring and developing. Leading structural engineering projects across the building sector, typically in the $20-$100m+ range Direct client interaction on projects - run your own jobs and direct a team of young talented engineers Writing proposals and engaging in Business Development - with on the job training provided for candidates not experience in this aspect of the role You will have the opportunity to take the next step in your career and develop to your full potential, alongside owners of the business. The Candidate You will have access to many opportunities within Northrop and with our support we will help you to develop your career and make it happen. Applications are sought from candidates with the following attributes: Minimum 8 years+ local experience, Sydney or East Coast preferable. Strong technical skills CPEng or ability to obtain CPEng shortly after commencing role Some experience managing people, (project based or formal) highly desirable - you should be a 'people person' developing others and seeing them succeed should get you out of bed in the morning! Experience with direct client interaction, responding efficiently to client's needs. You will have the opportunity to take the next step in your career and develop to your full potential, alongside owners of the business Applying Ready to take the next career step and develop to your full potential? Please click the 'Apply' button to complete your application. To organise a confidential discussion regarding this opportunity, please contact or Recruitment and Talent Consultant Jeremy Olaivar at jolaivar@northrop.com.au Northrop is an equal opportunity employer.

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Financial Crime Risk Projects Coordinator

Tabcorp

Maintaining a healthy balance of Excitement with Integrity is very important to us, and our Financial Crime Risk Team lead the charge. They use their technical knowledge to partner with the business to make sure Tabcorp positively shapes our entire industry. It's an interesting challenge, one you'll be proud to help deliver. We're looking for experts in Financial Crime, AML/CTF, with experience in a highly regulated environment, and a desire to lead by example while influencing real culture change. You'll join people at the top of their game, and you'll be at the top of yours - together we'll bring moments of excitement to millions of Australians, and a healthy culture of compliance to an industry that welcomes it. What you'll do Work closely with the Financial Crime Risk (FCR) team to ensure effective delivery of financial crime risk projects and tasks. Manage the administration side of FCR initiatives and projects whilst supporting the FCR team in delivery of financial crime advice to the business. Work closely with the Group AML Compliance Officer and FCR Policy & Advisory Lead to prioritise work. Complete critical aspects of FCR deliverables and special assignments as required. Attend meetings and ensure appropriate documentation is retained whilst effectively handling activities and communication with a high degree of professionalism, accuracy and confidentiality. What you'll bring You'll have previous experience in project coordination with an understanding of project management principles and methodologies. Familiarity with risk management concepts with strong written skills. An interest in Financial Crime Risk, AML/CTF would be highly advantageous. Proven experience partnering with stakeholders and strong attention to detail. A reliable, responsive, flexible and collaborative approach with a can do attitude. When you join our Financial Crime Risk Team, you'll be able to take advantage of a range of benefits including flexible working arrangements, leadership and development programs and community programs. About Tabcorp We're Australia's largest gambling entertainment company. Together, we build on our 100+ year heritage by delivering Excitement with Integrity, every day. Each one of us is here to put our customers at the heart of everything we do by creating moments that engage, surprise and thrill. Our 4,500+ strong team is as diverse as Australia itself. Our people drive homegrown world-class brands; Tatts, TAB, NSW Lotteries, Golden Casket, SA Lotteries, Keno, Sky Racing, Sky Sports Radio and MAX. As an ASX listed company we're proud to shape our industry for the better. Because together, anything's possible. Tabcorp is committed to creating an inclusive workplace where all our people feel valued for their unique qualities and have a sense of belonging. If you need assistance or adjustments to fully participate in the application process, please contact tabcorprecruitment@tabcorp.com.au COVID-19 Tabcorp is closely monitoring Department of Health guidelines to ensure we continue to provide a safe working environment.

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NSW > Newcastle & Hunter

Wedgetail Operations Manager

Boeing

Boeing Defence Australia (BDA) is shaping the future of aerospace and delivering some of the nation's most important programs for the Australian Defence Force. We are leaders in the Defence Industry, delivering cutting edge technology and services to our customers and proactively solving challenges posed by the complex and ever-changing Defence landscape. Joining us is a chance to make your mark, working with a diverse team that is united in pushing the boundaries of imagination and excellence. As a BDA employee, you will join other innovative people who have the critical skills required to develop and deliver world class capabilities and systems that protect Australia and its national interests. We are seeking a talented Operations Manager to lead the Wedgetail Operations Team. This role will be reporting to the Wedgetail Program Director , as part of the Senior Leadership Team . The Operations team provide a range of operational and technical services to support the readiness of the fleet and crews that operate the E-7A capability. The Operations Team supports services provided through Maintenance and Aircrew Training, Field Services Representatives, Fleet Planning and Ground Support Segments including - Synthetic Training Devices, Test Laboratories, Tool Stores, Warehousing. This role is based in RAAF Base Williamtown, NSW. In this role you will be responsible for the following: Lead and collaborate with geographically dispersed, multi-disciplined teams for planning and execution of complex deliverables to our customer. Lead the Wedgetail Operations portfolio which includes divisions such as Training Services, Fleet Planning, Field Services and Ground Support Segments (Maint/Mod and Help Desk). Identify and manage Risk, Issues and Opportunities for assigned projects including proactive escalation and resolution of "Help needed". Lead regular review meetings with senior stakeholders to establish team progress and strategic goals. Be accountable for and report detailed Wedgetail Operational Team progress, directly to the Wedgetail Program Director and other stakeholders. Proactively engage with Wedgetail project stakeholders including our AEWCSPO, 42WG and 2SQN Customers to deliver results. About you You are a dynamic leader who will bring technical management skills, effective communication and relationship building strengths to support our Operational Team. You are someone who is comfortable working autonomously and as part of a wider community to seek and drive continuous improvement. Experience and Qualifications Extensive experience in managing complex projects to successful completion. Formal Project Management, Engineering, Business or Management Tertiary qualifications are desired, however, a high level prior experience will be considered. Experience leading or working within a program of works / Project Management Office. •Experience preparing and submitting contracted deliverables using the Australian Defence Standard for Defence Contracting (ASDEFCON). Demonstrated proficiency in all project management areas in accordance with accepted industry project management standards. Demonstrated leadership qualities and ability to exert influence at multiple organisational levels. High level communication and negotiation skills with a strong focus on building successful relationships with a broad range of stakeholders. Applicants must be an Australian Citizen and hold, or have ability to obtain, an Australian Defence security clearance. Benefits We value the health and wellbeing of our employees and offer true flexibility allowing you to balance your career with what is important to you outside of work. Working within our team, you will have the opportunity to gain in-depth exposure across various exciting projects and build on your professional network with internal stakeholders and external partners in the industry. We understand the importance of work-life balance and provide a mixture of flexible office and remote working options. We will celebrate your successes and achievements with a formal reward and recognition program and through employee awards. We value your professional development and will provide a vast range of formal and informal training, as well as assistance to further education. We offer competitive salary packaging options and our Employee Incentive Program includes a bonus scheme and a wide range of corporate discounts. As part of a global company, your career opportunities extend internationally. Culture BDA actively encourages applications from all members of society. We believe we are our best when our workforce reflects the diverse, talented and passionate communities in which we live and operate. We are committed to growing a diverse and inclusive workplace and recognise the strength this brings to our business. Applicants must be Australian Citizens to meet defence security requirements. BDA is dedicated to providing a diverse and flexible work environment so that we can recruit and retain the best talent. As such, we would welcome applications for Full Time, Part Time and flexible work arrangements. BDA is an Equal Opportunity Employer and encourages women and people of Aboriginal or Torres Strait Island descent to be part of an organisation that promotes a diverse and safe workplace environment. We foster an environment where every team member can bring their whole selves to work, with equal opportunity for professional growth. Find your future with us. 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Recruitment and Talent Specialist

Northrop Consulting Engineers

Northrop Consulting Engineers is an employee-owned, multidisciplinary consultancy that has been established for over 45 years. We have an open management structure and employ over 400 staff across 10 offices in NSW, ACT, QLD, and VIC. How you'll make an impact Due to an exciting phase of growth and evolution, an opportunity currently exists within our People & Culture team for an experienced talent professional in the role of Recruitment and Talent Specialist. A seasoned operator with a passion for learning, you will be joining a team that prides itself on delivering excellence. Primarily based in our Sydney CBD office, your key accountabilities will include: Full end-to-end recruitment including bulk recruitment, talent pooling and proactive recruitment across a variety of locations and disciplines. Provision of talent advice and market intelligence to managers and leaders. Exceptional candidate care, ensuring a positive candidate experience. Development and implementation of effective sourcing and attraction strategies. Coordination of interview logistics and interview participation. Promotion and development of our EVP messaging. Talent management, supporting managers and leaders to help build capability and talent planning, through retention analysis, workforce mapping and succession planning. What we're looking for All roles within our team involve a combination of being hands-on and operational, while also having bigger picture, strategic objectives front of mind. Embracing a values-based approach, you will be empowered to deliver a meaningful experience to all stakeholders. Ideally with experience (minimum 5 years required) in the Construction, Professional Services and/or Engineering sectors, we are seeking a team player who possesses the following attributes: Relationship builder : Through meaningful relationships, people find you easy to deal with. Communication : Effective written / verbal communication - in particular, a good listener. Autonomous Productivity : Intrinsically motivated and driven, with the ability to operate effectively in an autonomous manner. Initiative : Proactively seeking continuous improvement and solutions to complex situations. Enthusiasm : Passionate about helping people, loving what you do - people gravitate to you. What does work at Northrop look like for you? https://northrop.com.au/careers We are a people business and by joining Northrop you'll be able to build and foster meaningful relationships with your colleagues, clients, and the community. We believe in developing our people by offering mentoring, coaching, and supporting your journey to realise potential. You'll be empowered to learn and develop to find your area of passion. We care for our community and the environment. We are proud to have signed Australian Engineers Declare a Climate and Biodiversity Emergency declaration, giving you the opportunity to respond to the challenge. At Northrop we understand that the key to success is our people. Together we are creating a workplace that values an inclusive culture. We practice flexible working and are open to discussions about what that means for you. If our advertised working arrangement doesn't suit, we still encourage you to apply so we can consider your application. Applying To arrange a confidential conversation regarding this opportunity, please contact Stephen Troilo at stroilo@northrop.com.au Northrop is an equal opportunity employer.

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... established for over 45 years. We have an open management structure and employ over 400 staff across 10 offices in NSW, ACT, QLD, and VIC. How you'll make an impact Due to an exciting phase of growth and evolution, an ...
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Senior Operational Support Engineer - Adobe - Tech Enterprise Systems

Tabcorp

Tabcorp is famous for winning moments. Behind (almost) all of them is great tech and talented teams of developers, architects, project managers and support experts. Together, we make sure systems and infrastructure can handle thousands of bets every second. What you'll do You will deliver operational support for Customer & Marketing platforms, and the Adobe martech applications specifically, and remediate systems across all service and support issues and assist with event management, incident management, problem management, configuration management and change management processes. You understand how to support Customer & Marketing platforms and work with stakeholders, end users, developers and testers (inhouse or external providers) and work between the development teams, Business functions to deliver support and remediate issues. You will continuously strive for operational excellence, instilling a customer first culture in the organisation and driving consistency across the Technology business. What you'll bring Experience in Technology and experience within an Adobe martech support environment in a large scale and complex environment. Secure knowledge of structured application development techniques. Experience in software development and/or enterprise grade infrastructure/architecture. Experienced in agile, lean, DevOps, and other best (and next) practice. Experience working with a variety of supplier / resource models, including matrix, managed services, and multiple suppliers A strong understanding of the Information and Technology industry, as well as technology trends and next practice. Proven experience in developing and maintaining strong relationships across business and technology teams. Experience in working in a competitive, fast paced industry. All our people have the option to take advantage of flexible working, leadership and career development, plus community programs and volunteer days. About Tabcorp We're Australia's largest gambling entertainment company. Together, we build on our 100+ year heritage by delivering Excitement with Integrity, every day. Each one of us is here to put our customers at the heart of everything we do by creating moments that engage, surprise and thrill. Our 4,500+ strong team is as diverse as Australia itself. Our people drive homegrown world-class brands; Tatts, TAB, NSW Lotteries, Golden Casket, SA Lotteries, Keno, Sky Racing, Sky Sports Radio and MAX. As an ASX listed company we're proud to shape our industry for the better. Because together, anything's possible. Tabcorp is committed to creating an inclusive workplace where all our people feel valued for their unique qualities and have a sense of belonging. If you need assistance or adjustments to fully participate in the application process, please contact tabcorprecruitment@tabcorp.com.au COVID-19 Tabcorp is closely monitoring Department of Health guidelines to ensure we continue to provide a safe working environment.

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Logistics Officer

Ventia

MTC, Management & Training Corporation; is a highly regarded participant within corrections. We have a long history in building and developing outstanding staff who are recognised leaders within the field. At MTC we have built a strong leadership career pathway that will ensure we help build and develop your career now and into the future. The MTC-Broadspectrum Joint Venture at Parklea Correctional Centre is a great opportunity to join a global leader within corrections and have your career managed by a leading organisation that knows the industry. Parklea Correctional Centre is a large reception and remand maximum security facility located in Sydney's northwest. It also houses a number of minimum security inmates. Our vision is to run a safe, decent and secure centre that reduces reoffending and takes care of our staff. MTC-BRS offers you the chance to accelerate your career alongside other professionals. We provide ongoing access to training and development outside of the Correctional Practice stream in Leadership, training and development, project management along with access to coaching and mentoring provided by our industry leaders. An opportunity to join MTC Broadspectrum at Parklea Correctional Centre working as part of the Logistics Team in full time and Part Time roles, has become available. This role will involve manual handling, picking and packing, receipting, loading and unloading trucks, meal and general deliveries throughout our centre. Our hours of operation are from Monday to Friday 6am to 5pm. Saturday and Sunday 7am to 4pm. Fulltime - Required Monday to Friday, with occasional weekend work. Permanent Part time - Wednesday, Thursday and Friday. 10am to 3.30pm, with occasional weekend work Permanent Part time - Every Saturday and Sunday 7am to 4pm In order to be considered for the role you will need: High reach forklift licence and demonstrated experience. Current Australian Federal Police Check. (Dated within last 5 months), or ability to obtain. Previous demonstrated experience in a Distribution Centre or Warehouse. (Cert III, minimum or willingness to obtain) Willingness to work alongside inmates on a daily basis. Ability to work in a fast paced environment. High level of attention to detail and accuracy. Work across seven days of the week. Physically fit (medical will be required). A sound knowledge of working in a safe working environment Ability to achieve and maintain Corrective Services NSW clearance. Without this clearance, employment will not proceed. Can do positive, customer service focus . Calm, methodical, sensible approach to your day. Excellent time management skills. Continual improvement mindset. Process driven. Preferred skills Food Handling If this sounds like a team you would like to be a part of please submit your Cover Letter, Resume and apply now! Please ensure you specify what position you would be interested in working in your Cover Letter.

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Talent Reporting Analyst

Tabcorp

Help create a place where possibilities become realities, where passion meets purpose and where you create meaning and value every day. Our People and Culture Team are the recruitment specialists, relationship builders and boundary pushers behind our diverse and exciting organisation. They deliver innovative HR policies and engaging employee experiences that make our culture stronger and our standards higher - while empowering our people to become proud brand advocates. So, if you're ready to start changing the game, we'll back you all the way. What you'll do Work closely with People & Culture (P&C) and Talent teams along with Technology and business leaders to understand talent and business requirements. Produce specific and complex talent reports and dashboards with people data from multiple HR systems to help our teams make informed business decisions. Extract, manipulate and analyse recruitment data to provide insights and updates on recruitment and brand performance. Review current reporting landscape and provide recommendations to produce enhanced reporting to support improved business outcomes. Build and own reporting processes and procedures, manage daily ad hoc reporting requests and develop strong business relationships with key stakeholders. What you'll bring You'll have strong technical experience in Excel and Access including power pivot, VBA, Microsoft SQL and previous experience in report creation and production. Other technical experience in commercial reporting systems such as Tableau, Power BI, SSRS, OBIEE and Business Objects advantageous. Proven operational experience and knowledge with HR processes and systems, specifically recruitment Applicant Tracking Systems (ATS) such as PageUp, Workday and Success Factors. Knowledge of HR data privacy laws, information security and quality principles and strong stakeholder relationship skills. Excellent verbal and written communication skills. You'll be able to confidently provide written commentary to support data insights and trends. You'll be insight driven, adaptable and agile and have excellent attention to detail. This is a part time 9-month Fixed Term Contract which can be based out of Sydney, Melbourne, or Brisbane. Take advantage of full flexibility across the days/hours required. About Tabcorp We're Australia's largest gambling entertainment company. Together, we build on our 100+ year heritage by delivering Excitement with Integrity, every day. Each one of us is here to put our customers at the heart of everything we do by creating moments that engage, surprise and thrill. Our 4,500+ strong team is as diverse as Australia itself. Our people drive homegrown world-class brands; Tatts, TAB, NSW Lotteries, Golden Casket, SA Lotteries, Keno, Sky Racing, Sky Sports Radio and MAX. As an ASX listed company we're proud to shape our industry for the better. Because together, anything's possible. Tabcorp is committed to creating an inclusive workplace where all our people feel valued for their unique qualities and have a sense of belonging. If you need assistance or adjustments to fully participate in the application process, please contact tabcorprecruitment@tabcorp.com.au COVID-19 Tabcorp is closely monitoring Department of Health guidelines to ensure we continue to provide a safe working environment.

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Regional Security Director (LMT)

Macquarie Group

The Director will execute the Global Security strategic objectives and ensure adherence to related standards, protocols and processes. The Director will be required to establish internal and external networks with Macquarie stakeholders, law enforcement, peers and service providers in the region. Successful execution requires collaboration with Technology, HR, Legal, Risk Management Group and business services, as well as business leaders. In addition, this person will be required to lead and ensure effective implementation of executive protection and information security in the region. The Director will assist the Global Head of Security by providing security leadership expertise, direction and support as well as risk identification, analysis and mitigation across the organisation. The Director will fully integrate and work as part of the Global Security team, working collaboratively with peers and colleagues to achieve organizational goals and solicit input by genuinely valuing the ideas and expertise of the team. The Director will be a forward-thinking, proactive leader committed to affording Macquarie people and operations a secure, resilient working environment that is necessary for the successful conduct of Macquarie's business globally, concurrently will also focus and demonstrate ownership of the ANZ region. International experience, leadership, innovative thinking and a learning and inquisitive mind are key attributes. Primary roles and responsibilities include (but are not limited to): Demonstrate leadership and management on all security related issues and incidents throughout the region, collaborating with key stakeholders on implementation of security standards and policy. Regularly liaise with law enforcement and external agencies like the NSW Police Force, AFP, ASIO. Review and update regional travel advisories and city security briefs. Provide accurate and pragmatic advice for country risk ratings and offer advice and guidance to travellers as necessary. Continuously monitor the region and identify areas of risk or potential risk; social or political unrest highlighting key issues that could negatively impact the businesses and/or travellers. Conduct physical security audits and inspections on corporate offices or assets. Be a subject matter expert on threat and crisis management leadership. Ensure successful execution of operational security, i.e. building security. Assist in the development of security related training material and development plans for security and fraud awareness as well as other specialised training areas. Identify and test technologies that will improve business process and/or offer efficiency. Contribute to the ROI and metrics program as they relate to our divisional strategic objectives and ultimate value proposition. Provide executive protection for senior management as required. Lead and support cyber forensic investigations as they pertain to information security events, people threats and fraud. Attributes and skills Motivated and reliable self-starter who is pro-active, creative, confident with a positive outlook, and a drive for high quality results. Be execution focused. Positive and professional attitude with the ability to operate at all levels of the business spectrum. Have at least 25 years security management experience, including a law enforcement, military or intelligence agency background. Excellent communication and personal leadership skills with the ability to work as part of a team or to work independent in the position with minimum guidance. Strategic and tactical knowledge of cyber risk management as well as a baseline knowledge of AI. Able to recognize and adapt to change before it occurs with new processes for improvement. Strategic thinker with firm understanding of the balance between business, security and safety; ability to lead change. Leadership skills necessary to command the action and confidence of others during fast breaking crisis situations. Strong written and verbal communication skills, including ability to communicate complex issues clearly and concisely; ability to prepare and deliver high level presentations and briefings, for both internal and external audiences. Innovative thinking, taking initiative and comfort with ambiguity are key attributes. Able to multitask by carrying a diverse and complex workload. Act as a champion of our Corporate Operations Group culture, strategy and vision. The applicant must have demonstrated international experience in various security disciplines and must have operated in multiple international jurisdictions. Strong written and verbal communication skills. Able to demonstrate advocacy and negotiation skills, to influence stakeholders and adapt messages to all levels within Macquarie. Mentor and develop a diverse team, develop loyalty, stability and operational excellence and cadence within a matrixed structure. About the Corporate Operations Group The Corporate Operations Group brings together specialist support services in Digital Transformation & Data, Technology, Operations, Human Resources, Business Services, Business Improvement & Strategy, and the Macquarie Group Foundation. We deliver service excellence to ensure Macquarie is open for business, deliver on transformational change, invest in our people and have deep relationships with our customers. Our commitment to Diversity and Inclusion The diversity of our people is one of our greatest strengths, and in combination with our inclusive environment, it enables us to deliver innovative and sustainable outcomes for our people, clients, shareholders and communities. From day one, you'll be encouraged to be yourself and supported to perform at your best. If our purpose of 'empowering people to innovate and invest for a better future' is as inspiring to you as it is to us, please apply. With the right technology, support and resources, our people can work in a range of flexible ways. We are committed to providing a working environment that embraces and values diversity and inclusion. We encourage candidates to speak with a member of our recruitment team if you require adjustments to our recruitment process to support you, and the type of working arrangements that would help you thrive.

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Senior Service Desk Analyst

Allianz

Senior Service Desk Analyst I Sydney, NSW Does customer satisfaction motivate you? You'll be an experienced IT service desk specialist, used to operating in a fast paced and demanding environment. Your colleagues are busy, focussed and collegiate; helping each other to learn how to solve the IT questions, issues and challenges that present themselves to Allianz's 4000+ employees every day. No two days are ever the same. Operating within a highly experienced, high performing team and reporting to the Service Desk Team Leader you'll turn problems into solutions, making a difference to our people every single day. As a senior team member you'll use your knowledge to solve more complex queries, escalations and complaints. Added to this you will coach and mentor the Service Desk Analysts. You can expect to spend your day : Responding to user queries by phone, email and self service tickets, gathering information to determine the root cause of the problem, resolving the user's issue or enquiry wherever possible Supporting the Service Desk Team Leader to ensure team goals, SLA's and KPI's are achieved Providing assistance to Service Desk Analysts, acting as subject matter expert across all systems supported by the team, as well as tools and processes Monitoring quality of support records, identify training needs where necessary and providing constructive & effective feedback Communicating impact updates, system changes and project plans across the team Managing the flow of incoming support requests and escalating issues to other IT specialists Resolving the user's technical issues by remotely accessing the user's computer, taking steps to resolve the issue Maintaining detailed and accurate records relating to the diagnosis and repair of issues, as well as tracking problems reported by multiple users Providing user support during updates and installation procedures for software and peripherals Important to your success: Excellent written and verbal communication skills, able to communicate effectively using different mediums across multiple audiences Recent experience gained supporting IT users in a busy organisation What's on offer? Work in a high performing team and be enabled to operate as the expert in your space Feel safe, balanced and trusted in a culture that is all about helping you to live your best life We are passionate about doing things differently, so feel confident to speak up and challenge status quo About us Allianz is one of the most trusted insurance and asset management companies in the world. Caring for our employees, their ambitions, dreams and challenges, is what makes us a unique employer. Together we can build an environment where everyone feels empowered and has the confidence to explore, to grow and to shape a better future for our customers and the world around us. Allianz is committed to enabling a culture where inclusion is embedded, everyone belongs and new ideas are embraced. We welcome and value talent from all backgrounds, experiences and ways of working Please advise us if you require any reasonable adjustments to fully participate in the recruitment process or perform the requirements of the role. Let's care for tomorrow. For a career with plenty of room to grow. Care to join us? www.allianz.com.au/careers

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Insights & Community Executive

Tabcorp

Our Strategy Team ask big questions, and they're looking for experienced problem solvers who are driven to find the answers. You'll love moving at pace, asking 'what if?' and turning great ideas into new realities. So, if you're passionate about making an impact and shaping our industry for the better - you'll find the growth and support you need from a Strategy Team at the top of their game. Together, we say yes to possibilities. We put customers at the heart of everything we do. And, so can you. What you'll do The Insights and Community Executive role is strongly embedded in the Wagering and Media business and supports the Insights & Research Manager in managing customer communities and insight programs. In this role you will design and manage research and analysis to deliver compelling insights that drive specific customer focussed business initiatives. You'll work in a highly collaborative and supportive environment across marketing, product, retail, CX and BI. What you'll bring Experience in research roles as well as solid experience in managing quantitative research programs/developing surveys Experience in data interpretation and insight generation Skilled with using research analysis software (e.g. Q), plus experience with programming software (e.g. Qualtrics or InMoment) desirable Data curiosity and ability to interrogate data for insights Strong attention to detail - impeccable work style that delivers accuracy Proactive with a 'can-do' attitude and “hands on” approach Strong communication and presentation skills An interest in racing and sport is advantageous When you join our Strategy Team, you'll be able to take advantage of a range of benefits including flexible working arrangements, leadership and development programs and community programs. About Tabcorp We're Australia's largest gambling entertainment company. Together, we build on our 100+ year heritage by delivering Excitement with Integrity, every day. Each one of us is here to put our customers at the heart of everything we do by creating moments that engage, surprise and thrill. Our 4,500+ strong team is as diverse as Australia itself. Our people drive homegrown world-class brands; Tatts, TAB, NSW Lotteries, Golden Casket, SA Lotteries, Keno, Sky Racing, Sky Sports Radio and MAX. As an ASX listed company we're proud to shape our industry for the better. Because together, anything's possible. Tabcorp is committed to creating an inclusive workplace where all our people feel valued for their unique qualities and have a sense of belonging. If you need assistance or adjustments to fully participate in the application process, please contact tabcorprecruitment@tabcorp.com.au . COVID-19 Tabcorp is closely monitoring Department of Health guidelines to ensure we continue to provide a safe working environment. * Please note this is a 12 month fixed term contract role

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Nursing Assistant

Estia Health

Dalmeny is stylish and bright, located on the South Coast of NSW with stunning ocean views and landscape gardens. Experience the joy of living in this community, and working at our Dalmeny Home. Build real relationships with our residents, providing care that supports them to live a life they LOVE every single day! About the Role: Estia Health are seeking multiple experienced Assistants in Nursing / Personal Care Attendants to join the Dalmeny team on a part time/casual basis. The successful applicants will be flexible, working across a range of morning, afternoon and night shifts. Submit your application and recruitment will be in touch to discuss your options. Key Tasks: Delivering the best clinical care in accordance with legislation, and practice within a professional and ethical framework Completing comprehensive, individual assessments and care plants for new and existing residents Ensuring timely and accurate documentation including ACFI. What will we do for you? People are the HEART of Estia, and we give all our staff access to resources necessary for success. Relocation assistance available attractive remuneration package Support with Nursing studies opportunity to progress into a Registered Nurse role once studies are complete Industry experience, working for one of Australia's leading aged Care providers Annual Flu Shot provided About You: You are passionate and have a caring nature! Additionally, you have… Certificate III or IV in Aged Care/Individual Support Experience in Aged Care (not essential but will be highly regarded) Compassion for the elderly and a Can-Do!! attitude Excellent clinical documentation skills Excellent communication skills The ability to build positive relationships with your team and residents Australian Work Rights Evidence of 2021 Flu Vaccination and COVID-19 Vaccination are requirements of the role. How to Apply: Click APPLY NOW to submit your application. If you'd like to know more, please call me on 0482 168 555 or email me at Kathryn.dempster@estiahealth.com.au And i will do my best to answer any questions you have about the role or our home in Dalmeny Follow Estia Health on LinkedIn https://www.linkedin.com/company/estia-health/ Check out our vacancies https://www.estiahealth.com.au/careers/vacancies-in-our-homes

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Consultant, Cyber Threat Management & Advisory

Allianz

Consultant, Cyber Threat Management & Advisory I Sydney, NSW Do you want to work in a high-trust culture where you'll feel empowered to make decisions that result in impact? At Allianz, we care for all the things that make you, you. For feeling like you belong. For a place where learning never stops. For growing new skills and opening up exciting possibilities. For your curiosity to thrive and help transform an industry. And when life twists, there's flex for balance and the support you need. So come and share your ideas, give back and feel proud to be part of a company doing work that matters across climate change and mental health. Let's care for everyone's tomorrow so we can create a better future together. You'll be a dedicated technology incident or threat specialist focussed on performing activities to mature Allianz's cyber threat management function. Your role will ensure Allianz Australia can operate with confidence that its cyber security posture is effective against existing and evolving cyber threats, as well as able to effectively respond in the event of an incident. Providing cyber security guidance and advice to strategic projects and programs of work across the organisation you will also coordinate activities to ensure cyber risks are kept within appetite. You'll be responsible for : Collaborating with business teams to develop and embed sound cyber security risk management practices Identifying and performing continuous improvement initiatives including assisting in maturing the policies, standards and procedures owned by the team as well as helping to embed these across the organisation Performing deep dives and root cause analysis, providng recommendations and assisting with remedial actions Providing and helping to embed cyber risk advice as required by AAL, identifying, recording and providing advice regarding of cyber security related risks, issues, incidents and mitigating actions Supporting development and maintenance of Cyber Security, Protection & Resilience dashboards for internal, management and board reporting Collaborating with our Global Cyber Security community, liaising effectively with AAL IT and Security Operation teams, contributing towards delivering our Cyber Strategy Collaborating and liaising with our Cyber Security community, locally and globally, to effectively manage threats and vulnerabilities within the environment as well as responding to and resolving cyber security events and incidents Supporting development of cyber threat and management strategies, including threat detection and response strategies and capabilities Developing and maintaining incident management playbooks to effectively manage cyber incidents, mitigating cyber impacts to business operations Completing cyber threat and risk assessments, monitoring emerging technologies and making recommendations to ensure AAL continues to be protected against emerging threats Supporting cyber requirements, within strategic programmes and projects at the concept and planning phases, ensuring security requirements are implemented successfully in project engagement (Secure-by-design) Engaging and providing expertise in identifying security issues in both existing system designs and projects, including recommending mitigations that balance cost, risk and usability Important to your success: Excellent written and verbal communication skills, able to communicate effectively using different mediums across multiple audiences Professional certification such as CISSP, CISM and/or relevant technical certifications such as GCTI, CCTIM Demonstrated ability to partner and collaborate effectively with stakeholders Proven analytical and critical thinking capability, able to interpret a range of data, identify patterns, trends and links that inform judgements and solutions Sound ability to analyse, isolate and interpret business needs and develop appropriate solutions Knowledge and expertise across a number of the below areas Developed and applied understanding of major trends and strategic directions of regulatory issues affecting financial services, and their implications for Allianz. Developed and applied technical understanding of desktop hardware and software. Developed and applied technical understanding of Identity and Access Management. Developed and applied technical understanding of different application development and delivery technologies. Developed and applied technical understanding of different infrastructure, network and hosting technologies. Developed and applied technical understanding of different cloud technologies. Developed and applied technical understanding of various security technologies and their impacts and benefits. Developed and applied technical understanding of cyber risk management, and risk analysis methodologies. Developed and applied understanding of PCI DSS compliance. Developed and applied understanding of governance and assurance methodologies. Experience in a relevant IT, Assurance, Risk Management, or Cyber Security support role. Experience working in an operational IT discipline. Experience with business intelligence and analytics tools, e.g. MicroStrategy, PowerBI, or similar What's on offer? What matters to you matters to us too. Feel supported to have open, honest conversations about the flex you need so that you're able to take care of your personal life Work in a high performing team and be enabled to operate as the expert in your space Learning is not left to chance - you'll be exposed to ongoing coaching from your manager, given access to hundreds of courses through LinkedIn Learning plus we are making huge investment into external study and training About us Allianz is one of the most trusted insurance and asset management companies in the world. Caring for our employees, their ambitions, dreams and challenges, is what makes us a unique employer. Together we can build an environment where everyone feels empowered and has the confidence to explore, to grow and to shape a better future for our customers and the world around us. Allianz is committed to enabling a culture where inclusion is embedded, everyone belongs and new ideas are embraced. We welcome and value talent from all backgrounds, experiences and ways of working Please advise us if you require any reasonable adjustments to fully participate in the recruitment process or perform the requirements of the role. Let's care for tomorrow. For a career with plenty of room to grow. Care to join us? www.allianz.com.au/careers

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Manager, Cyber Threat Management & Advisory

Allianz

Manager, Cyber Threat Management & Advisory I Sydney, NSW Do you want to work in a high-trust culture where you'll feel empowered to make decisions that result in impact? You'll be a dedicated technology incident or threat manager focussed on performing activities to mature cyber threat management function, proactively gathering threat intelligence, assessing the threat landscape and providing visibility to internal stakeholders. Operating within a highly experienced, high performing team and reporting to the Head of Cyber Security Solutions and Enablement you'll play a critical role in ensuring the cyber security of Allianz Australia and protecting our Customers. You'll be responsible for : Developing cyber threat management strategies, including threat detection and response strategies and capabilities. Conducting investigations into security incidents involving advanced and sophisticated threat actors, assess business impacts and manage to eradication Performing deep dives and route cause analysis, providing recommendations and assisting with remedial actions Improving threat detection and response by developing use cases and threat modelling Proactively gathering threat intelligence, assessing the threat landscape and provide visibility to internal stakeholders including CISO and senior business stakeholders Developing, implementing and maintaining a set of playbooks to effectively manage cyber security incidents, mitigating impacts to business operations Engaging both internal and external resources in responding to cyber threats and security incidents Facilitating cyber threat response table top exercises Driving remediation & investment strategies to improve Allianz Australia's security posture and resilience Training and mentoring team members and colleagues to build internal capabilities Partnering with the broader Cyber Security community at Allianz, locally and globally providing advice to operational teams on limiting exposures and vulnerability remediation Important to your success: Excellent written and verbal communication skills, able to communicate effectively using different mediums across multiple audiences Professional certification such as CISSP, CISM and/or relevant technical certifications such as GCTI, CCTIM. Significant experience in a cyber-security operations, advisory or consulting role for a complex, matrixed enterprise Deep experience in cyber threat intelligence, cyber risk management and in performing cyber risk assessments Recent professional experience working with Cloud technologies (Azure/AWS) Proven analytical and critical thinking capability to interpret a range of data, identify patterns, trends and links that inform judgements and solutions. What's on offer? What matters to you matters to us too. Feel supported to have open, honest conversations about the flex you need so that you're able to take care of your personal life Work in a high performing team and be enabled to operate as the expert in your space Learning is not left to chance - you'll be exposed to ongoing coaching from your manager, given access to hundreds of courses through LinkedIn Learning plus we are making huge investment into external study and training About us At Allianz, we care for all the things that make you, you. For feeling like you belong. For a place where learning never stops. For growing new skills and opening up exciting possibilities. For your curiosity to thrive and help transform an industry. And when life twists, there's flex for balance and the support you need. So come and share your ideas, give back and feel proud to be part of a company doing work that matters across climate change and mental health. Let's care for everyone's tomorrow so we can create a better future together. Allianz is one of the most trusted insurance and asset management companies in the world. Caring for our employees, their ambitions, dreams and challenges, is what makes us a unique employer. Together we can build an environment where everyone feels empowered and has the confidence to explore, to grow and to shape a better future for our customers and the world around us. Allianz is committed to enabling a culture where inclusion is embedded, everyone belongs and new ideas are embraced. We welcome and value talent from all backgrounds, experiences and ways of working Please advise us if you require any reasonable adjustments to fully participate in the recruitment process or perform the requirements of the role. Let's care for tomorrow. For a career with plenty of room to grow. Care to join us? www.allianz.com.au/careers

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Pricing Analyst

Allianz

At Allianz, we care for all the things that make you, you. For feeling like you belong. For a place where learning never stops. For growing new skills and opening up exciting possibilities. For your curiosity to thrive and help transform an industry. And when life twists, there's flex for balance and the support you need. So come and share your ideas, give back and feel proud to be part of a company doing work that matters across climate change and mental health. Let's care for everyone's tomorrow so we can create a better future together. Pricing Analyst - Technical Division | NSW - Sydney A chance to start your career within a well-respected & highly skilled team Work on end-to-end pricing as well as broader project work Entry level role perfect for a Graduate with D/HD grades How far can you go with the support of leaders who want to bring out the best in you? Our Technical Division is responsible for pricing, portfolio management, reinsurance and underwriting services. We support our distribution and other key stakeholder functions through improvement of the product and pricing framework for all of the Allianz General Insurance portfolios. We are looking for a Pricing Analyst to join our successful pricing team in the Technical Department. As part of this high performing team you will be reporting to a Pricing Lead and you will be expected to provide support for: Perform pricing analysis, reporting and modelling to analyse the portfolio and pricing performance. Provide insights from analysis and modelling to support pricing recommendations and commercial considerations to achieve strategic objectives. Implement best practice pricing models, including claims, quote conversion, customer retention and pricing scenarios, using specialised software. Implement initiatives to support continuous refinement of pricing models to ensure accuracy and reflect best practice frameworks Incorporate knowledge of pricing methodologies, concepts and Allianz products into analysis. Identify opportunities to improve existing processes and approaches. Perform the controls outlined in the pricing governance framework and ensure adherence to all governance frameworks relevant to the pricing process. You will get exposed to numerous opportunities to develop and learn in a friendly and supportive environment. To be considered and successful in this role you must demonstrate: Degree or Masters in Actuarial Studies with Distinction or High Distinction grades; academic transcript to be attached to the application. MS Excel skills at an advanced level with experience in using SAS, Python, R or SQL valued. Ability to quickly build and maintain strong business relationships with internal and external stakeholders, demonstrating exceptional customer service. Strong time management and organisation skills, with the ability to multi-task and prioritise your work, whilst working in a fast-paced environment. Excellent communication skills with the ability to speak with clarity and impact. We want people with the right attitude (hungry to succeed, customer-obsessed and goal-oriented) and exceptional communication skills. We want employees who are ambitious to learn and build themselves a career in insurance; specifically, with this role, we want someone with a keen interest in data and working with large data sets. Unfortunately, with the current travel restrictions in place, we are unable to consider overseas applicants who are not Australian citizens. About us Allianz is one of the most trusted insurance and asset management companies in the world. Caring for our employees, their ambitions, dreams and challenges, is what makes us a unique employer. Together we can build an environment where everyone feels empowered and has the confidence to explore, to grow and to shape a better future for our customers and the world around us. Allianz is committed to enabling a culture where inclusion is embedded, everyone belongs and new ideas are embraced. We welcome and value talent from all backgrounds, experiences and ways of working Please advise us if you require any reasonable adjustments to fully participate in the recruitment process or perform the requirements of the role. Let's care for tomorrow. For a career with plenty of room to grow. Care to join us? www.allianz.com.au/careers #LI-ALLIANZAU

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Recruitment Consultant (Home Operations) - 6 Month Contract (Remote, Sydney, Melbourne or Brisbane)

Estia Health

As an ASX listed company in Australia's fastest growing industry, Estia Health is dedicated to caring for thousands of older Australians who choose to make Estia their home. As we continue to expand, we are striving to attract, develop and retain the best talent in Aged Care. With over 7500 employees in both metropolitan and regional Australia, we are proud to be a values-based organisation providing meaningful careers. First Up - what are the highlights? This role is fully flexible, work from home full time and can be locate in any of the East Coast Cities, as well as regional locations! This is a exciting and busy role where you will be assisting the local homes recruit key operational staff for their vacancies (Nurses, Chefs, Cleaners, etc). Would best suit a Recruiter who wants to do more than just shortlist applicants. It would suit someone who wants to ideate different attraction methods and solutions. Even though we are based around Australia our team love to have fun together. We have a diverse team where everyone's ideas are welcome. We collaborate and support each other to achieve...and have fun doing it! A business of great people who care. Everyone says that, we know. But these are people who choose to look after our vulnerable loved ones when we can't…….honestly, they are amazing. About the role We are changing the way we look at Talent Acquisition. From rolling out a new ATS to developing a new EVP to completely challenging ourselves on what our 'Find Me' experience looks like, its all changing….because it has too. It has of course been said before, but our people are the heart and soul of our organisation and we need to ensure that anyone who touches our employer brand has a great experience with it. So, we are on a journey to make it great and this is where you come in. As our Home Operations Recruitment Consultant for NSW, VIC and QLD, you'll delight in building strong partnerships with Executive Directors and Care Directors in our homes on key recruitment initiatives designed to recruit key roles in our Homes network. Be a brand advocate. Know that our brand hits every part of the recruitment process and ensure that experience for every applicant is outstanding. About you 1. You are looking for a busy role where you will have all the tools you need to deliver successfully 2. You want to bring your energy and your ideas to a culture where we are challenging ourselves on what good looks like constantly 3. You are an experienced recruiter who has the confidence to speak up on roles that might be getting tough and running ideas and solutions past your team and your leader. 4. You love to partner. Your relationships with your hiring leaders mean the world to you and you have the ability to hear their needs, understand the brief and again, speak up and challenge if needed. 5. You are excited by projects, both current and future, and being able to bring your experience and thoughts to them Join us! If this sounds like the role for you, click on APPLY NOW! To find out more about Estia Health and the wonderful work we do, please visit and follow our LinkedIn page. We support a holistic approach to Workplace Health and Safety by supporting our homes with a commitment to keeping our residents and team members safe and well.

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... to make it great and this is where you come in. As our Home Operations Recruitment Consultant for NSW, VIC and QLD, you'll delight in building strong partnerships with Executive Directors and Care Directors in our ...
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NSW > Sydney

Pricing Lead

Allianz

At Allianz, we care for all the things that make you, you. For feeling like you belong. For a place where learning never stops. For growing new skills and opening up exciting possibilities. For your curiosity to thrive and help transform an industry. And when life twists, there's flex for balance and the support you need. So come and share your ideas, give back and feel proud to be part of a company doing work that matters across climate change and mental health. Let's care for everyone's tomorrow so we can create a better future together. Pricing Lead | NSW - Sydney Bring your positive and energetic leadership style to a global insurer Work within an evolving and ambitious organisation We are a flexible work employer who understands the need for work-life balance How far can you go with the support of leaders who want to bring out the best in you? When you work at Allianz, you are part of a strong global insurer, helping to protect over 3 million Australians. You'll have opportunities to grow and drive your career your way, work with people from all different backgrounds, and feel free to bring fresh thinking. You'll get the support you need to have an enriching career and enjoy what really matters to you. We are looking for a Pricing Lead to join our successful Pricing team in the Technical Department focusing on our commercial lines portfolio. In this role, you will be expected to lead quantitative analysis and modelling projects and to derive insights to inform pricing decisions for Allianz general insurance products. You will also be: Provide pricing recommendations and insights to internal stakeholders, reflecting competitive and commercial considerations to achieve strategic objectives. Develop and implement best practice pricing models, including claims, quote conversion, customer retention and pricing scenarios. Take ownership of and continual refinement of the rating and pricing models by utilising advanced analytics techniques, extensive data and relevant leading industry tools/ technologies. Monitor the performance of implemented initiatives to support continuous refinement of pricing models and strategy. Contribute to the development of product strategy and support its implementation. Identify opportunities to drive innovation and make improvements in processes, products and services. Implement the pricing governance framework by performing and continually improving controls and governance around pricing processes. To be considered and successful for this role you must demonstrate: Tertiary qualifications in a relevant discipline. Significant experience in a pricing/ actuarial management and leadership role, acquired in a a general insurance or consulting environment. Demonstrated evidence of technical proficiency with systems, software, databases, reporting and communication tools: Willis Towers Watson pricing software (Emblem, Radar) and SAS, R or Python. Proven analytical and critical thinking capability to interpret a range of data, identify patterns, trends and links that inform judgements and solutions and report accordingly. Ability to manage internal client expectations to ensure matters are appropriately triaged and dealt with in accordance with an agreed timeline and scope. Ability to plan and prioritise effectively, organise tasks and manage competing resources and demands. Excellent verbal and written communication skills, capable of communicating with clarity, impact and influence About us Allianz is one of the most trusted insurance and asset management companies in the world. Caring for our employees, their ambitions, dreams and challenges, is what makes us a unique employer. Together we can build an environment where everyone feels empowered and has the confidence to explore, to grow and to shape a better future for our customers and the world around us. Allianz is committed to enabling a culture where inclusion is embedded, everyone belongs and new ideas are embraced. We welcome and value talent from all backgrounds, experiences and ways of working Please advise us if you require any reasonable adjustments to fully participate in the recruitment process or perform the requirements of the role. Let's care for tomorrow. For a career with plenty of room to grow. Care to join us? www.allianz.com.au/careers #LI-ALLIANZAU

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