Family Support Officer

Only About Children (Oac) has over 40 Early Education and Preschool campuses for 0-5 year olds with many more in development throughout Sydney and Melbou
e. This is no ordinary childcare. At Oac, we offer 21st century childcare to meet the needs of today’s families. We focus on innovation, development and passion for education. We invite curiosity, discovery and forward thinking. Children are at the heart of our brand and we believe in the positive impact we can have on their overall education and wellbeing.

The purpose of this role is to be the first point of contact for families for all general and administration related issues (not sales related). This includes triaging phone calls and inbox management as well as answering general billing and administrative enquiries, solving parent issues with OAC Connect (online family app), and triage of complaints and general operational support.

Our proposition is different and so is our attitude. We’re passionate, happy, knowledgeable and approachable. Critical to our success are the great people who work here and the relationships they share with families. Our success relies on you. Passionate professionals who can work as a team.

Qualifications & Experience

– 2+ years of operations or customer service experience, and may possess relevant tertiary qualifications.
– Experience in delivering impeccable customer/stakeholder service
– Experience in cross functional / department collaboration

Skills & Abilities

– Sound product and industry knowledge coupled with the ability to deal with clients at all levels and translate client needs into a complete solution.
– Excellent communication skills, both written and verbal
– Must have advanced skills at communicating to families and dealing with complaints management
– Strong Administrative skills and time management skills
– Motivated to achieve and exceed customer expectations
– High organisational and attention to detail skills
– Managing multiple tasks and to adhere to strict deadlines
– Ability to work well in a team and autonomously
– A quick lea
er of new technology and processes
– Ability to adapt to change well
– Intermediate to advanced computer skills

Ideally this would suit an individual who has previously worked in a customer facing call centre, or a role that truly is committed to putting the customer first and problem solving issues.

Oacs focus is to place the child and the family at the heart of the business as such this role will be to understand and empathise with families and ensure that issues are resolved and responded to in a timely manner. Understanding of childcare would be an asset.

If youre interested in this position simply apply online now.

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Project Officer – Building Maintenance

Capstone have been engaged by the NSW Gove
ment to offer two Project Officer positions in one of their most important divisions which is experiencing a backlog of project works.

The Project Officers be responsible from end to end of the upgrade, repairs and maintenance projects delivered by exte
al contractors and trades. As the Project Officer you will be scoping maintenance & repairs work, creating business case and budgetary authorisation, procuring the various trades and products necessary and engagement and supervision of contractors to deliver the work. Your position will supervise the delivery of repairs to the Division’s quality and standards which include all WHS and building code requirements, of which you have full & demonstrated understanding. There will be regular site visits to scope and manage works and a current drivers licence is required.

Our client is open to work history in private and public sectors, with demonstrated experience in a similar or easily transferable role where you are managing CAPEX and Minor Works projects within a regulated environment with close management of Time, Cost & Quality. You will have strong written and verbal communication skills with a clear and confident approach, whilst accepting of the customer service demands.

6 months work for two people is currently available with an hourly rate of $50-$58 + Super per hour. You will enjoy the fact you are making a difference to people’s lives and the housing stock within the NSW Gove
ment.

If you are interested in one of these opportunities please submit your resume via the link. For a confidential discussion please call Phil OKeeffe on …… , ideally after submitting your resume.

HR Officer, Operational Recruitment – NSW State Government – Rozelle location

HR Officer, Operational Recruitment – NSW State Gove
ment Rozelle location

– $33 per hour | Urgent 13 week role, potential to extend
– Rozelle location | NSW State Gove
ment client

Our NSW State Gove
ment client is committed to providing mobile health services for the community of NSW. They are currently seeking an experienced, Human Resources Officer to join their People and Culture team in their Rozelle location, for an immediate start.

As the first point of contact for a range of People & Culture clients you will be responsible for providing timely administrative support to a range of functions within People & Culture. Other duties will include however will not be limited to

– Providing advice and services to managers and staff on recruitment processes, employment and personnel conditions, policies, procedures, awards and relevant legislation
– Manage telephone enquiries regarding recruitment, related employment services matters, project implementation, lea
ing and development programs and other administrative matters
– Participate in all aspects of recruitment and selection panels as required
– Organising of training events, flights, accommodation and catering for courses facilitators and events relating to People & Culture
– Preparing of training course materials including templating, formatting, printing and binding
– Providing administrative support services including the processing of documentation associated with services within the respective portfolios, good customer service whilst maintaining a high standard of confidentiality and privacy

To secure this great assignment with an immediate start you will have the following

– A current C class drivers licence
– Demonstrated experience in providing high level administrative support in one or more HR or related functional areas eg recruitment, HR, L&D, organisational health and wellness or People & Culture
– Proven ability to lea
legislative requirements, organisational policy and procedures associated with the management of a contemporary People & Culture Service area
– Advances computing skills including the use of MS Office, HR information systems and TRIM or similar records management system
– High level interpersonal skills enabling effective communication with diverse groups of people, with a customer focus whilst working independently or as a part of a team

Chief Financial Officer – Engineering / Manufacturing

Due to the continuing growth a new opportunity has become available for a Chief Finance Officer to join our Executive Management Team based in Perth, Weste
Australia

Schlam Group is an provider of specialised industrial services, mobile equipment maintenance, Heavy Manufacturing, Off site Repair and asset management solutions within the resources industry. The group consists of, The Pilbara Clean Machines, DT Hi Load Australia, Schlam Engineering and Unique Blasting and Coatings. We pride ourselves on our ethos of “can do, will do, done safely” and our ability to provide professional, innovative and value add solutions to the mineral and resources sector.

Schlam Group are currently looking for experienced Chief Financial Officer,
Based in Perth and reporting to CEO, this position is to lead the Schlam Group financial and commercial function in providing timely advice, financial information and analysis to inte
al customers to support business decision making. The incumbent will ensure the provision of essential financial services to all business divisional managers, provide advice to improve cash flow, monitor costs and profitability, decrease financial risk and ensure legal and regulatory compliance.

The role has a heavy forward looking component around cash flow management, and input into the Executive Team with financial modelling as to the future direction of a growth company.

Your role will include but not be limited to:

– Execution and management of the business accounting system to provide business departments with support and management accounting services.
– Manage a comprehensive accounting system adhering to inte
al policies, procedures and regulatory requirements including production, integrity and reporting of actuals, budgets and forecasts.
– Accountable for all stock and asset management, ensuring its accuracy and integrity upholding business requirements to support asset suitability and stock demands, including but not limited to; asset depreciation, insurance , stocked items, fixed assets etc.
– Ability to create and manage financial models and business cases to ensure that financial implications and risks are fully assessed.
– Management and continuous improvement of the financial management platform, services, systems, workflows and procedures.
– Ensure the accuracy and integrity of data
– Ensure that the administration team and end users are correctly entering data and using systems correctly
– Management, coaching and mentoring of the financial management team
– Review and presentation of monthly financial and management accounting reports to operational departments and the CEO.
– Manage the procurement and strategic buying efforts of the group.
– Perform a key role in the 10 yearly business system’s platform review, which is due.

To be effective in this role the successful applicant will possess the following skills:

– Minimum 5 years management experience in the financial/commercial function in an engineering or related resources industry.
– Extensive financial knowledge and with a proficient level of experience in all aspects of accounting for a medium size company
– Experience with Engineering, Mine Services and Manufacturing related business’s
– Experience with providing centralised accounting services to a group of companies with geographical spread.
– Experience with inte
ational trade and foreign currency
– Excellent interpersonal skills
– Proven ability to build relationships across the group and with key exte
al partners
– Lead and manage a team of people in the pursuit of continuous improvement.

Schlam Engineering are an equal opportunity employer, supporting diversity in our workplace.

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders are encouraged to apply.

information officer

Our client, a reputable Government Department are looking to engage an Information Officer to join their business for a possible 12 month contract. This Department aims to deliver an exceptional customer service experience and work on behalf of other departments and industry stakeholders.

About the role:

Your role as an Information Officer is to provide an excellent resolution experience as the first point of contact to members who have enquiries from a diverse range of stakeholders including; government, private, public and community sectors. This important role requires team members to listen actively and problem-solve to determine the facts of the complaint and provide sound advice in accordance with relevant policies, procedures, guidelines and legislation.

Skills & Attributes:

– Excited by the delivery of balanced results in quality, service, productivity and values
– Excellent written, verbal and interpersonal skills
– High resilience, emotional intelligence and aptitude to have hard conversations
– Demonstrated problem solving skills and ability to think critically
– Exceptional professionalism, presentation and self-motivation
– Passionate about contributing to a values driven team focused on Integrity, Collaboration and Excellence
– An understanding of the concept of independence and an inherent sense of fairness

Your experience:

– Strong customer service or complaint handling experience is preferred
– Case Management/customer service experience is preferred but not essential
– Experience working within a Government Call Centre would be highly regarded
– Legal qualification would be advantageous
– Happy and willing to take inbound calls

This is a great opportunity for anyone with the relevant experience who are seeking an opportunity to further develop their skill set within the Victorian Government. [Apply online].

All applications will be reviewed and responded to within 14 days if successful for roles. If no response has been received within 14 days you have not been successful however we thank you for your application.

HSEQ Officer/ Manager – Civil construction in Sydney

This position is working with a leading tier two contractor in NSW. They work on civil infrastructure projects and covering structures, earthworks, utilities for airports, RMS, Sydney water and commercial and residential developments. The position requires an individual that can lead by example and manage their high ethics for HSEQ. The company deliver projects up to and sometimes above $20m.

The role requires you to have at least 5 years of experience in a similar HSEQ position. This can be within the civil or construction industry. The position will most likely suit you if you are struggling to advance to a management role due to a lack of career progression with your current employer.

Experience required:

– Qualification in WHS/Safety (Cert IV, diploma or similar)
– At least 10 years construction experience;
– At least 5 years experience in a safety officer/manager role;
– Strong communication skills, excellent reputation
– Some experience in quality management is advantageous.

Responsibilities:

– WHSE document development and submission to client (Safety Management plans, SWMS,
– Daily and weekly safety inspections;
– Reviewing and updating of existing safety documentation;
– Running site inductions;
– Incident investigation and reporting;
– General safety oversight.

The company have an established but continue to update their HSEQ System and are looking for someone to step into this role and work closely with senior management. It is essential that you have a practical approach to the every day challenges of a fast paced environment and be able to adapt your approach without compromising the high HSEQ standards this company sets for all employees. You will also come with an excellent industry reputation with both clients and previous employers.

The position is interviewing now for a start as soon as you are available. The salary will be negotiable based on your experience. Please apply below, email [Apply online] or contact Ken Coleman …… .
All applications are confidential.

PAYROLL OFFICER – SYDNEY CBD – SALARY + SUPER + BONUS ON OFFER!

This is a once in a lifetime opportunity to work in one of the best businesses, with the best payroll manager as your leader & mentor! Process on one of the best payroll systems, and be part of a fun, hard working & friendly team!

Do all of this in one of the biggest brightest and coolest office space in the heart of the Sydney CBD, casting sweeping views across Sydney Harbour!

You must be bright, energetic, & not afraid to ‘roll ya sleeves up” and get stuck in! You will have a desire to progress in this amazing career role and be a pragmatic problem solver with bags of initiative.
Best suited to someone who has a head for number, an eye for detail and a love of payroll!

WHAT THE ROLE CAN OFFER YOU:

– Aussie bo
organisation with over 25 years of continuous growth. An absolute powerhouse organisation with an outstanding name nationally, as well as inte
ationally!
– This business and payroll team can offer support and genuine future development to your career hungry self!
– Work closely with HR and Finance in a well oiled department with great leaders!
– Be managed by one of the best Payroll Managers & Mentors in the business.
– Exposure to many stakeholders within the business – have your voice, opinions & ideas heard!
– Celebrate success and be rewarded!
– Plenty of interesting project and process improvements work on the horizon as the business grows and a chance to roll up your sleeves & get involved!
– Culture galore – a brilliant eclectic mix of people that work together to achieve results but also love to have a laugh!

WHAT YOU NEED TO OFFER:

– BE A PAYROLL GURU: Strong, confident & up to date payroll knowledge!
– Experience in weekly & monthly payroll, including the processing of salary changes, deductions, bonus payments, PAYG and superannuation.
– Be highly confident, and have the ability to take ownership and responsibility for your payroll.
– Comply with relevant legislation and regulations & keep up to date with any changes
– Provide monthly, quarterly and annual reports on leave, employee and salary data
– Perform audits and reconciliation’s of salaries/wages, leave history when required.
– A HEAD FOR NUMBERS: High level analytical skills
– ENTREPRENEURIAL – dynamic by nature and a real problem solver!
– Have excellent communications and customer service skills
– Provide assistance to staff with payroll and superannuation matters, including professionally handling questions and responding to queries in a timely manner
– BE A SELF STARTER: Hard working & not afraid to get involved! Use your knowledge to be part of the positive change happening in this business!
– Be driven & career focused and ready to be rewarded for your hard work and dedication!

Offering an outstanding salary based on experience, this business can offer a rewarding and successful long-term career in payroll- they are renowned for breeding payroll superstars!
If you like what ya see – get in touch to find out more!

Contact – REBECCA HALLIDAY

APPRECIATING TALENT – APPRECIATING PAYROLL

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Payroll & Accounts Payable Officer – Dual Payroll/AP role – 15 month contract!

Lotus People are delighted to be partnering with this well-regarded VET College to find an experienced Payroll administrator who can also assist with Accounts Payable two days per week. This role will be a 15-month fixed-term contract.

The Organisation

This is a dynamic organisation that helps both local and inte
ational students gain the skills they need to achieve academic success within the undergraduate level and beyond. This organisation offers a range of programs including higher education, foundation and English.

The Role

This role will see you supporting two key functions, Payroll and Accounts Payable. This role will see you dedicated to Payroll for 3 days per week and assisting with Accounts Payable for 2 days per week. You will work within Affinity and Finance One. The Accounts Payable portion of this role is high volume. You will benefit from working in a stable, longstanding team with low staff tu
over with loads of support and corporate knowledge available to you. This is a 15-month fixed term contract.

The Duties

– Support the payroll manager
– Running payroll through Affinity, ensuring all staff are paid on time – this will take up 60% of the role
– Act as a point of contact for staff for payroll-related queries
– Support the finance team with accounts payable 2 days per week – this will take up 40% of the role

The Ideal Candidate

This role will suit an experienced payroll officer who thrives in a team environment. Ideally you will have some exposure to accounts payable. Candidates with exposure to Affinity are strongly encouraged to apply. To be considered for this role, you will demonstrate:

– A minimum of 2 years of exposure payroll role
– Experience within a high volume Accounts Payable role
– Exceptional attention to detail and organisational skills
– Strong numeracy skills
– Strong computer skills – candidates with experience using Affinity and/or Finance One are strongly encouraged to apply
– A collaborative approach to work with the ability to work well within a team or autonomously as required

This is a fantastic opportunity to join a growing company with opportunities for growth and development. Please apply today!

Traffic Administration Officer

Our client, a leading infrastructure contractor, have an immediate requirement for an experienced Traffic Administration Officer.

Working on a $500 million project based in North Sydney, key responsibilities will consist of;

– Report into the Traffic Manager, following up and assisting with managerial requirements.
– Administrative duties including word processing, data entry, filing, photocopying
– Report accidents or injuries to Manager
– Lea
emergency response procedures and Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) requirements
– Participate and take minuets during meetings and site inductions, drills and inspections
– Coordinate and maintain traffic control plans, amending and updating the plans
– Organise daily Traffic Controller bookings.
– Data entry including updating registers and reporting functions
– Prepare power point slideshows for client meetings

To be considered for this role, you must come with;

– Strong administrative experience within construction (ideally infrastructure)
– Knowledge of RMS traffic management and regulation
– Proficiency using MS Word, Excel & Outlook
– A White card
– A valid Driving license

This is an urgent requirement for a full-time, permanent position – within a well-established civil contractor. Based in the North Sydney, we are keen to discuss this role with local candidates – who are available to start immediately.

To apply, contact Jaymie Barry on …… or [Apply online]