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Overview of salaries statistics of the profession "Transport Strategy Officer in Australia"

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Average salary in the last 12 months: "Transport Strategy Officer in Australia"

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Distribution of vacancy "Transport Strategy Officer" by regions Australia

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As you can see on the diagramm in Australia the most numerous number of vacancies of Transport Strategy Officer Job are opened in . In the second place is South Australia, In the third is Queensland.

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As you can see on the diagramm in Australia the most numerous number of vacancies of Transport Strategy Officer Job are opened in . In the second place is South Australia, In the third is Queensland.

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Senior Events Officer
The University of Queensland, St Lucia
The Office of the Pro-Vice-Chancellor (Indigenous Engagement)The Office of the Pro-Vice-Chancellor (Indigenous Engagement) (PVC(IE)) was established at UQ in 2011, following the appointment of UQ’s inaugural PVC(IE). The Pro-Vice-Chancellor (Indigenous Engagement) is responsible for:Leading the strategic development, implementation and monitoring of the whole-of-University approach to Indigenous teaching and learning, research and engagement;Strengthening leadership within the University in relation to Indigenous education; and Building links with community.The Indigenous Engagement division also includes the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Studies Unit (ATSISU).About This OpportunityThe Senior Events Officer is responsible for providing event support for a range of initiatives and programs relating to UQ’s Indigenous Engagement strategies, including its Reconciliation Action Plan, Indigenous Employment, and Research strategies.Key stakeholders include Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students, staff and alumni; donors and industry, corporate and community partners and the broader UQ community.  The position works under the leadership of the Pro-Vice-Chancellor (Indigenous Engagement), and also closely with UQ Events and Advancement teams to support a range of whole of UQ events and engagement activitiesThis position is located at our picturesque St Lucia campus, renowned as one of Australia’s most attractive university campuses, and located just 7km from Brisbane’s city centre. Bounded by the Brisbane River on three sides, and with outstanding public transport connections, our 114-hectare site provides a perfect work environment – you can enjoy the best of both worlds: a vibrant campus with the tradition of an established university. Our Ideal CandidateWe are seeking a highly motivated candidate, who has demonstrated experience in event management. You will have a proven ability to provide coordination, support and advice for a range of events and activities relating to UQ’s Indigenous Engagement strategies. You will have the ability to support a rapidly growing body of work relating to Indigenous fundraising and strategic partnerships. You will be able to prioritise your own workload and to work independently and consistently while under pressure to meet deadlines and to be adaptable in a constantly changing environment.You must have unrestricted work rights in Australia for the duration of this appointment to apply. Visa sponsorship is not available for this appointment.Candidate CriteriaAustralian Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander people are strongly encouraged to apply.Additional InformationThe University of Queensland values diversity and inclusion and actively encourages applications from those who bring diversity to the University. Our Diversity and Inclusion webpage contains further information if you require additional support. Accessibility requirements and/or adjustments can be directed to recruitment@uq.edu.au.What We Can OfferThis is a full-time, fixed-term appointment until December 2023 at HEW Level 6. The full-time equivalent base salary will be in the range of $80,784 - $86,768, plus super of up to 17%. The total FTE package will be in the range $94,517 - $101,519.You will be able to take advantage of UQ Sport Facilities, recreation leave loading, salary sacrificing options, on-campus childcare, discounted private health insurance, cheap parking, development programs and many other benefits.For further information, please review The University of Queensland's Enterprise Bargaining Agreement 2018-2021.Position Description  516284_Senior Events Officer OPVCIE_PD.pdfQuestions?To discuss this role please contact Cath Thompson, Senior Administrative Officer, Office of the Pro-Vice Chancellor (Indigenous Engagement) Want to Apply?To submit an application for this role, use the APPLY NOW button. All applicants must supply the following documents:Cover letter addressing key selection criteriaResumeTo satisfy pre-requisite questions and ensure your application can be considered in full, all candidates must apply via the UQJobs portal by the job closing deadline. Applications received via other channels including direct email will not be accepted.#LI-DNI
Relief Depot Manager
Total, Bethlehem, South Africa
Job Description & How to Apply BelowLocation: BethlehemJob DescriptionThe Logistics team is looking for a Relief Depot Manager for the Bethlehem area to join their team.As Relief Depot Manager, you will be responsible for the following activities:ASSET MANAGEMENT:Supervise the loading and decanting of product within the Depot, and Customer delivery points - ensuring activities are performed safely, efficiently and accurately recorded on SSAM and TL.Execute the Depot’s maintenance programmes ensuring no loss of revenue due to downtime, optimisation of assets lifespan and all risk is minimised, including prequalification auditing and operational monitoring of contractors as required by the depot manager.Manage the Depot’s stock, in conjunction with Supply, to ensure that stock levels are maintained at set targets to minimise working capital requirements and to meet customer / supply demands.Monitor in-transit, operational and delivery stock losses within allowed tolerances and approved, as per limits of authority.Assist with the management of the Depot’s operating expenditure through regular budget monitoring to ensure a reduction in costs to improve the profitability of the Company.HSEQ:Effectively manage and minimise the risk associated with depot operations by ensuring:compliance with all HSE Policies, rules, guidelines and legal requirements within area of responsibility;promotion of safe working environment and positively contributing to the company HSE KPI’s and risk reduction strategies;ensure HSE competency requirements are enforced within area of responsibility.LEGAL:Comply to OHS-ACT 8.2i b appointment ensuring legal compliance to national, environmental and local laws c) appointment and monitoring of Health and Safety Committees (including: Safety Officer, Fire Team and First Aid)Assist with the Optimising of TSA’s use of Depot assets and ensure compliance to NERSA licence conditions.PEOPLE:Effectively manage employees through applying the company People Management principles, and to develop, coach and mentor subordinates to promote a positive working environment which will attract and retain skilled staff and increase productivityGOVERNANCE:Ensure effective risk management and internal control, including asset management, for area of responsibility Context and environment CONTEXT AND ENVIRONMENT:Technical: strained storage capacity with no buffer stock along the supply chain Legal: historical practice of hospitality and product exchange agreements, with lack of controls among the industry players; outsourced fuel transport Social: BBBEE requirementsMonthly prices changes results in fluctuating demand. ACCOUNTABILITY:At times manage the entire operation of the depot within the framework of relevant legislation and regulations governing the Industry thus ensuring high customer service levels with the aim of contributing to TOTAL’s profitability and strategic supply positioning within the market.At times report consolidated results of the Depot and any exceptions thereto monthly together with the corrective actions plans to ensure accurate reporting of the Depot’s activities and results, and recommend areas of improvement to the Depot/Terminal manager.KPI’s – expenditure, TL exceptions, audit reports (safety, quality, environment and admin), HSEQ stats, transport KPI, stock loss reports Candidate profile Suitable 3-year tertiary qualification. Degree/BTech in Engineering / Logistics 6 - 10 years’ experience gained in a petrochemical, production, and warehousing or industrial environmentExtensive experience in stock and risk management gained in a petrochemical, production or industrial environment Offer   Metier General S/T Responsabilities, Terminal Operations, Stock Management, Inspection & Maintenance General Resp., Inspection, Maintenance Region, department, area South AfricaEmployment typeRegular position Experience level required Minimum 6 years Employer company TOTAL SOUTH AFRICA (PTY) LTD Branch Marketing & ServicesAbout us/ company profile Give your best to better energy and make the commitment with Total. With over 500-plus professions in 130 countries, we offer high safety and environmental standards, strong ethical values, an innovation culture and wide-ranging career development. Be part of the global team whose mission is already shared by 100,000 employees: to make energy better each and every day. Relief Depot Manager – Bethlehem | Total Careers {{jobsHeading}} {{similarjobsHeading}} {{similarjobsHeading}} Shortcuts After your selection, please press ESC key in order to apply or take other actions. Featured Job Allows Referral {{dynamicStrings..replace('[JobTitle]',oQ.Value)}} {{dynamicStrings..replace('[JobTitle]',oQ.Value)}} {{dynamicStrings..replace('[JobTitle]',oQ.Value)}} {{dynamicStrings..replace('[JobTitle]',oQ.Value)}} results
Storeperson
HAYS, Gold Coast Region, Queensland, Brisbane Southside
Long-term casual role, State Government client, Great pay rate, Apply Now Your new company This State Government run organisation offers a structured workplace and a variety of work within the store person role. Located in Wacol, this facility offers easy access in a central location only 20km from the Brisbane CBD. Due to increasing business, a new stores person is needed to join the team. Your new role You’ll work with other stores people to ensure stock is adequately maintained while assisting the Stores Officer in the ordering, managing, and the distribution of supplies. Your daily duties will include: Supporting quality communication strategies including phone calls, fax, and email Managing and coordinating chemical stocks while supporting all health and safety practices Checking for electrical compliance including up to date test and tags Maintaining working relationships with suppliers and other workers in the facility Assisting in conducting and documenting stocktakes What you'll need to succeed Your previous experience in a bulk warehousing or store person role will be essential to your success. As an experienced store person, you will have: A good understanding of health and safety practices An open C class license A current forklift license A working with children blue card or ability to obtain a blue card What you'll get in return Success in this role will see you working in a large state government organisation along with: Above award rates A professional work culture with a focus on excellence A fixed contract with the prospect of extension What you need to do now If you’re interested in this role, click ‘apply now’ or forward an updated copy of your CV to madeleine.coultanhays.com.au . To discuss this or any other positions in Manufacturing, Operations or Logistics feel free to call Madeleine Coultan at Hays on (07) 3817 1903. LHS 297508 2547388
Marketing Project Officer
HAYS, Port Augusta Region, South Adelaide
An exciting opportunity to showcase your Marketing Project skills for a leading Global Growing Organisation. Your new company SAGE Group is an Australian company, founded and headquartered in Adelaide, that delivers agile, scalable, and secure solutions that are creating a Smarter Future and a Better World. SAGE works within a variety of industries including defence, transport, energy, resources, and manufacturing. Their clients are forward thinking organisations that are shaping the world we live in. SAGE has continuously grown their year-on-year revenue, to over $120 million annually and employs over 550 staff. They are a large, expanding organisation on both a national and global scale and are looking to appoint an enthusiastic Marketing Project Officer to join their team. Your new role The Marketing Projects Officer supports the Group Executive Marketing and Communications, to deliver the SAGE Group Marketing Strategy by undertaking a range of initiatives to drive successful marketing and sales activities. These initiatives will be suitable to the various brands, products, and capabilities SAGE supports and the regions and industries in which they operate. This role will be centred around the delivery of high value marketing projects that will underpin the marketing, business development and sales functions within the business. You will oversee all aspects of key projects including the planning and delegation of tasks, along with meeting different target deadlines and budgets. You will create and publish content on both web and traditional platforms and will have experience in graphic design allowing you to create engaging imagery. You will have exceptional communication skills, both written and verbal, to communicate key aspects of projects to stakeholders including employees and clients. A successful person in this role will be highly organized, driven by driving positive outcomes and naturally self-motivated. They will have a strong attention to detail, understand the value and process of stakeholder engagement in leading change and be a strong, clear communicator. What you'll need to succeed A degree level qualification in a related field Demonstrated skills and experience in graphic design and developing marketing assets Experience with web publishing, social media, and/or the Adobe software suite Exceptional Communications experience The ability to devise and implement strategic communications plans coupled with experience writing for a range of platforms Strong verbal and written communication skills The ability to juggle multiple projects delivering often to competing deadlines The ability to work autonomously with limited direction Stakeholder engagement experience would be advantageous A positive and self-driven attitude to coordinate key projects An agency background isn’t essential, however is desirable Proven ability to track projects from planning and implementation, through to analysis What you'll get in return You will be rewarded with this fantastic permanent position with leading and dynamic Global Growing organisation in the exciting digitalisation space. The opportunity to work and learn alongside the SAGE Group Executive Marketing and Communications, to deliver key strategic marketing projects which will underpin the organisations growth and go to market strategies. You will utilise your Marketing and Project skills, along with an enthusiastic attitude to contribute positively within this growing organisation that offers exciting career opportunities. What you need to do now Your Marketing, Communications & Digital expert, Sonia Diestel-Feddersen is recruiting this exciting vacancy. For a confidential discussion about this role, or to receive a copy of the position description, please contact Sonia Diestel-Feddersen on 8231 3688 or Olivia Hatzinikolakis on 7221 4199. LHS 297508 2552025
Marketing Project Officer
HAYS, Tumby Bay Area, Port Lincoln Region, Adelaide, Sou ...
An exciting opportunity to showcase your Marketing Project skills for a leading Global Growing Organisation. Your new company SAGE Group is an Australian company, founded and headquartered in Adelaide, that delivers agile, scalable, and secure solutions that are creating a Smarter Future and a Better World. SAGE works within a variety of industries including defence, transport, energy, resources, and manufacturing. Their clients are forward thinking organisations that are shaping the world we live in. SAGE has continuously grown their year-on-year revenue, to over $120 million annually and employs over 550 staff. They are a large, expanding organisation on both a national and global scale and are looking to appoint an enthusiastic Marketing Project Officer to join their team. Your new role The Marketing Projects Officer supports the Group Executive Marketing and Communications, to deliver the SAGE Group Marketing Strategy by undertaking a range of initiatives to drive successful marketing and sales activities. These initiatives will be suitable to the various brands, products, and capabilities SAGE supports and the regions and industries in which they operate. This role will be centred around the delivery of high value marketing projects that will underpin the marketing, business development and sales functions within the business. You will oversee all aspects of key projects including the planning and delegation of tasks, along with meeting different target deadlines and budgets. You will create and publish content on both web and traditional platforms and will have experience in graphic design allowing you to create engaging imagery. You will have exceptional communication skills, both written and verbal, to communicate key aspects of projects to stakeholders including employees and clients. A successful person in this role will be highly organized, driven by driving positive outcomes and naturally self-motivated. They will have a strong attention to detail, understand the value and process of stakeholder engagement in leading change and be a strong, clear communicator. What you'll need to succeed A degree level qualification in a related field Demonstrated skills and experience in graphic design and developing marketing assets Experience with web publishing, social media, and/or the Adobe software suite Exceptional Communications experience The ability to devise and implement strategic communications plans coupled with experience writing for a range of platforms Strong verbal and written communication skills The ability to juggle multiple projects delivering often to competing deadlines The ability to work autonomously with limited direction Stakeholder engagement experience would be advantageous A positive and self-driven attitude to coordinate key projects An agency background isn’t essential, however is desirable Proven ability to track projects from planning and implementation, through to analysis What you'll get in return You will be rewarded with this fantastic permanent position with leading and dynamic Global Growing organisation in the exciting digitalisation space. The opportunity to work and learn alongside the SAGE Group Executive Marketing and Communications, to deliver key strategic marketing projects which will underpin the organisations growth and go to market strategies. You will utilise your Marketing and Project skills, along with an enthusiastic attitude to contribute positively within this growing organisation that offers exciting career opportunities. What you need to do now Your Marketing, Communications & Digital expert, Sonia Diestel-Feddersen is recruiting this exciting vacancy. For a confidential discussion about this role, or to receive a copy of the position description, please contact Sonia Diestel-Feddersen on 8231 3688 or Olivia Hatzinikolakis on 7221 4199. LHS 297508 2552025
Senior Program ManagerTransport Interface - Metro
Transport for New South Wales, The Rocks, Sydney, NSW
Company description: Transport for NSW is the lead agency of the NSW Transport cluster. Our role is to lead the development of a safe, efficient, integrated transport system that keeps people and goods moving, connects communities and shapes the future of our cities, centres and regions. We are responsible for strategy, planning, policy, regulation, funding allocation and other non-service delivery functions for all modes of transport in NSW including road, rail, ferry, light rail, point to point, regional air, cycling and walking. We focus on improving the customer experience and contract public and private operators to deliver customer-focused transport services on our behalf. We also lead the procurement of transport infrastructure and oversee delivery through project delivery offices and industry delivery partners. Job description: About us At Sydney Trains our vision is to keep Sydney moving by putting the customer at the centre of everything we do. We work at the heart of local communities and integrate cutting edge technology to deliver efficient rail services which exceed expectations and support a rapidly growing economy. Sydney Trains also operate the Rail Operations Centre and are responsible for the maintenance of assets including tracks, trains, signals, overhead wiring, stations and facilities. We conduct our operations in the community in compliance with the principles of ecologically sustainable development. Our Asset Management team provides resources and expertise to support the organisation in implementing best practice management of Sydney Trains assets. Our purpose is to lead best practice asset management by providing innovative and structured techniques, systems, capability and governance to deliver transparent asset strategies. The opportunity We have 3 year fixed term opportunity for a Snr Program Manager Metro Interface to join us in Asset Management to lead the Engineering and Maintenance Sydney Metro Interface Team and manage the interface for the Sydney Metro program, which has the potential to impact Sydney Trains operations and infrastructure. This key interface focused role also leads the client side program management and co-ordination of the multi-discipline Sydney Metro project to ensure Sydney Trains requirements as operator and maintainer are incorporated throughout the project lifecycle, and that the project meets the needs of the people of NSW. What you will be involved in: Leading the guidance that is provided to Sydney Metro program stakeholders regarding proposed works and interfaces for the Metro works near the Rail Corridor that could potentially impact Sydney Trains assets Leading and mentoring a team of project officers and interface managers to ensure that all required asset configuration materials have been delivered adequately in a timely manner Overseeing the review and approval of all relevant documents required to work near the corridor on behalf of the Transport Assets Holding Entity (TAHE) Leading the implementation of Sydney Trains support and resources to meet scope, time, cost , quality and safety requirements of the works /projects About you Ideally you would be tertiary qualified in Project Management and /or Engineering or relevant discipline and have extensive experience in interface and program management of multi-disciplined projects in a complex operational environment, preferably brownfield. Your strong stakeholder engagement skills will ensure your ability to implement interface arrangements that meet the diverse stakeholder requirements without any adverse impact to system safety and reliability. Your strong negotiation and interpersonal skills is your key to communicating with people at all technical levels and balancing conflicting needs to reach a holistic solution that is mutually beneficial and realistic for the Sydney Metro program and Sydney Trains. Want to know more? Please click here to view a copy of the role description Interested? Right now is an exciting time to join our team as we prepare to meet the needs of customers with a world-class rail system. Be a part of something big. Apply today to register your interest Our Commitment to Diversity Great people come from all walks of life. At Sydney Trains, we are committed to creating a diverse, inclusive and flexible workforce which reflects the community and the customers we serve. We actively promote gender diversity in our workplaces, the employment of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders and the employment of people with a disability. We welcome and encourage applications from all people regardless of age, gender, ethnicity, cultural background, or sexual orientation. If you need an adjustment in the recruitment process, please call/text or email the contact person for this role. Salary and benefits This is a Transport Senior Service (TSSM level) role. Need help? For any enquiries, please contact Yvonne Hughes on Yvonne.hughestransport.nsw.gov.au Applications Close: Wednesday 29 September at 11:59pm ​We are the community we serve We are committed to being an inclusive, diverse and flexible workplace where differences are valued. We welcome people of all backgrounds, experience and abilities. We enable our people to work in ways that work for them and their teams. Working virtually and from different locations including regional locations, staggering work hours and job sharing are just some of the ways our people can work flexibly. Please contact the Talent Specialist below if you require any adjustments to be made to how you interact with us throughout the recruitment process or would like to discuss flexible work options. For any enquiries, please email [[Yvonne Hughes]] at [[yvonne.hughestransport.nsw.gov.au]]. Find out more about Sydney Trains at https://www.transport.nsw.gov.au/sydneytrains/about-sydney-trains. ​ To apply: https://transport-for-nsw.contactrh.com/jobs/12217/36640661
Storeperson
HAYS, Hervey Bay Region, Queensland, Brisbane Southside
Long-term casual role, State Government client, Great pay rate, Apply Now Your new company This State Government run organisation offers a structured workplace and a variety of work within the store person role. Located in Wacol, this facility offers easy access in a central location only 20km from the Brisbane CBD. Due to increasing business, a new stores person is needed to join the team. Your new role You’ll work with other stores people to ensure stock is adequately maintained while assisting the Stores Officer in the ordering, managing, and the distribution of supplies. Your daily duties will include: Supporting quality communication strategies including phone calls, fax, and email Managing and coordinating chemical stocks while supporting all health and safety practices Checking for electrical compliance including up to date test and tags Maintaining working relationships with suppliers and other workers in the facility Assisting in conducting and documenting stocktakes What you'll need to succeed Your previous experience in a bulk warehousing or store person role will be essential to your success. As an experienced store person, you will have: A good understanding of health and safety practices An open C class license A current forklift license A working with children blue card or ability to obtain a blue card What you'll get in return Success in this role will see you working in a large state government organisation along with: Above award rates A professional work culture with a focus on excellence A fixed contract with the prospect of extension What you need to do now If you’re interested in this role, click ‘apply now’ or forward an updated copy of your CV to madeleine.coultanhays.com.au . To discuss this or any other positions in Manufacturing, Operations or Logistics feel free to call Madeleine Coultan at Hays on (07) 3817 1903. LHS 297508 2547388
Payroll Specialist
HAYS, Bathurst-Orange Region, New South Wales, South/Sou ...
Attention senior payroll officers wanting to advance to Payroll Team Leaders Your new company Attention senior payrollers wanting to advance their payroll careers Your new role will be amongst one of Australia’s leading, solutions company that rise above the current market due to their unique strategies and prospects. This company is located in the heart of South Sydney East along with onsite parking and flexibility to work from home. You will be working in a dynamic office culture with the flexibility of making the role your own as well as developing your leadership and customer service skillsets. An eye for detail to create improvements in processes is also key in this role. Your new role In this role, you will be developed to lead a payroll team with the following duties: Outsource and to end payroll duties for medium sized companies Managing a medium sized team offering insights, payroll solutions and task assignments First point of contact for all client inquiries Streamlining implementations Ensure all processes are compliant with correct legislations and EBAs Process improvements Payroll adhoc duties, supporting payroll team and their clients What you'll need to succeed Experience with Preceda. Previous experience leading a team or managing payroll Customer service / communications skills Strong attention to detail and understanding of EBAs, award interpretations Willingness to challenge current processes and thrive for improvement What you'll get in return If you are at that stage in your payroll career where you are ready to step up and take on leadership duties then this is the ideal opportunity for you Here you will be utilising your leadership skills and payroll creativity to lead a team in order to advance their market and client repertoire. Your role will be spread evenly amongst managing all payroll duties as well as building relationships with clientele and mentoring your fellow colleagues. You will witness satisfied clientele, exposure to new systems and the ability to reach deadlines and work within a personable, developing organisation. Your offices will be in walking distance to local amenities and major lines of public transport plus many internal office perks. What you need to do now If you're interested in this role, click 'apply now' or forward an up-to-date copy of your CV to Tim Spencer at tim.spencerhays.com.au, or call us now. If this job isn't quite right for you but you are looking for a new position, please contact us for a confidential discussion on your career. LHS 297508 2528896
Storeperson
HAYS, Cairns Region, Queensland, Brisbane Southside
Long-term casual role, State Government client, Great pay rate, Apply Now Your new company This State Government run organisation offers a structured workplace and a variety of work within the store person role. Located in Wacol, this facility offers easy access in a central location only 20km from the Brisbane CBD. Due to increasing business, a new stores person is needed to join the team. Your new role You’ll work with other stores people to ensure stock is adequately maintained while assisting the Stores Officer in the ordering, managing, and the distribution of supplies. Your daily duties will include: Supporting quality communication strategies including phone calls, fax, and email Managing and coordinating chemical stocks while supporting all health and safety practices Checking for electrical compliance including up to date test and tags Maintaining working relationships with suppliers and other workers in the facility Assisting in conducting and documenting stocktakes What you'll need to succeed Your previous experience in a bulk warehousing or store person role will be essential to your success. As an experienced store person, you will have: A good understanding of health and safety practices An open C class license A current forklift license A working with children blue card or ability to obtain a blue card What you'll get in return Success in this role will see you working in a large state government organisation along with: Above award rates A professional work culture with a focus on excellence A fixed contract with the prospect of extension What you need to do now If you’re interested in this role, click ‘apply now’ or forward an updated copy of your CV to madeleine.coultanhays.com.au . To discuss this or any other positions in Manufacturing, Operations or Logistics feel free to call Madeleine Coultan at Hays on (07) 3817 1903. LHS 297508 2547388
Payroll Specialist
HAYS, Armidale Region, New South Wales, South/South West ...
Attention senior payroll officers wanting to advance to Payroll Team Leaders Your new company Attention senior payrollers wanting to advance their payroll careers Your new role will be amongst one of Australia’s leading, solutions company that rise above the current market due to their unique strategies and prospects. This company is located in the heart of South Sydney East along with onsite parking and flexibility to work from home. You will be working in a dynamic office culture with the flexibility of making the role your own as well as developing your leadership and customer service skillsets. An eye for detail to create improvements in processes is also key in this role. Your new role In this role, you will be developed to lead a payroll team with the following duties: Outsource and to end payroll duties for medium sized companies Managing a medium sized team offering insights, payroll solutions and task assignments First point of contact for all client inquiries Streamlining implementations Ensure all processes are compliant with correct legislations and EBAs Process improvements Payroll adhoc duties, supporting payroll team and their clients What you'll need to succeed Experience with Preceda. Previous experience leading a team or managing payroll Customer service / communications skills Strong attention to detail and understanding of EBAs, award interpretations Willingness to challenge current processes and thrive for improvement What you'll get in return If you are at that stage in your payroll career where you are ready to step up and take on leadership duties then this is the ideal opportunity for you Here you will be utilising your leadership skills and payroll creativity to lead a team in order to advance their market and client repertoire. Your role will be spread evenly amongst managing all payroll duties as well as building relationships with clientele and mentoring your fellow colleagues. You will witness satisfied clientele, exposure to new systems and the ability to reach deadlines and work within a personable, developing organisation. Your offices will be in walking distance to local amenities and major lines of public transport plus many internal office perks. What you need to do now If you're interested in this role, click 'apply now' or forward an up-to-date copy of your CV to Tim Spencer at tim.spencerhays.com.au, or call us now. If this job isn't quite right for you but you are looking for a new position, please contact us for a confidential discussion on your career. LHS 297508 2528896