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Medical Practitioners & Specialists - Elective Recruitment
Elective Recruitment, Marsden Park, Blacktown Area, NSW
DPA opportunity in a high growth suburb of Sydney. High volume traffic area DPA replacement available Lucrative income potential The Organisation You will be working for an innovative and progressive group that is focussed on investing in Australian communities by providing healthcare service where and when it's needed with; a focus on growth areas with high demand. The Group is rapidly expanding with centres across metropolitan Queensland, New South Wales and Victoria. All medical centres within the group are open for extended hours, every day of the year. Bulk billing GPs are co-located with dentistry, pharmacy, pathology, x-ray, allied health and other specialists, operating together as one system for one purpose: providing access to quality primary healthcare for all Australians. The Job Work in a modern medical centre with a general practice model supporting strong patient demand The practice sees more than 14,000 patients per month and has only been opened for 3 years There are 21 GP consult rooms, plus treatment rooms onsite A range of essential healthcare services are co-located including full-time nursing support, treatment rooms, dental, pharmacy, pathology, radiology, allied health services and complete administrative support. Practice is located in a very high growth location General Practitioners enjoy a varied patient mix Practice medicine with autonomy GPs will be fully supported by an established admin and operations team so that you can focus solely on your patients. Your areas of special interests are encouraged to develop through training, education and marketing programs. The practice is open extended hours 365 days a year Rewards Flexible working and contractual arrangements Competitive fee split terms Up front sign on payments Potential to earn a share of practice profits It is a great place to live and an easy location to reach. Adjacent to the M7 Motorway, it is only minutes away from new prestigious suburbs like The Ponds and Sydney's Hills District. Requirements You will be a vocationally registered General Practitioner FRACGP, FACRRM or equivalent essential About us Elective Recruitment is a person-centred recruitment consultancy. Your career progression is just as important to us as is your wellbeing and work-life balance. We are not just another recruitment company; we do things our way and we consult. We have a very clear vision: create great careers, better lifestyles, add value - and we won't stop until this is achieved. To join our exclusive Elective community, register today.
Medical Practitioners & Specialists - Elective Recruitment
Elective Recruitment, Ashmore, Gold Coast, QLD
Modern medical centre opening offering contemporary medical practice with a growing patient base. 15 minutes' drive from Surfers Paradise Bulk billing Significant income potential The Organisation You will be working for an innovative and progressive group that is focussed on investing in Australian communities by providing General Practitioner healthcare service where and when it's needed with a focus on growth areas with high demand. The Group is rapidly expanding with centres across metropolitan Queensland, New South Wales and Victoria. All medical centres within the group are open for extended hours, every day of the year. Bulk billing GPs are co-located with dentistry, pharmacy, pathology, x-ray, allied health and other specialists, operating together as one system for one purpose: providing access to quality primary healthcare for all Australians. The Job Work in a brand new medical centre located in a prominent position Offers an established but growing population for a General Practitioner in an enviable lifestyle location General practice model supporting strong patient demand where you can enjoy a varied patient mix You will be fully supported to practice medicine with autonomy by an established admin and operations team so that you can focus solely on your patients You can develop your areas of special interests through training, education and marketing programs A range of essential healthcare services are co-located including full-time nursing support, treatment rooms, dental, pharmacy, pathology, radiology, allied health services and complete administrative support Rewards Flexible working and contractual arrangements Competitive fee split terms Up front sign on payments Potential to earn a share of practice profits Requirements You will be a vocationally registered General Practitioner This is a non-DPA location FRACGP, FACRRM or equivalent About us Elective Recruitment is a person-centred recruitment consultancy. Your career progression is just as important to us as is your wellbeing and work-life balance. We are not just another recruitment company; we do things our way and we consult. We have a very clear vision: create great careers, better lifestyles, add value - and we won't stop until this is achieved. To join our exclusive Elective community, register today.
Specialist Paediatrician | Private Practice
Elective Recruitment, Woodford, Blue Mountains, NSW
Highly-rewarding private practice paediatric role with scope to develop your area of interest. Multiple openings - full or part time positions available Leading specialist paediatric clinic Brand-new medical centre with exceptional clinical and staff facilities The Organisation This well-known specialist paediatric service has been in operation since 2013, dedicated to providing holistic, personalised, high quality paediatric specialist health services across a wide range of medical conditions in children from birth to adolescence. The service has a strong reputation in the local and medical community, and exceptional service quality is the hallmark of their brand. The brand-new medical centre provides general paediatric, allergy, sleep, respiratory services and a tongue-tie clinic. Joining the team is like joining a family. You will work alongside 6 Paediatricians with special interests including developmental/behavioural, allergy and immunology and sleep and respiratory medicine. The Job Full or part time opportunities available for Paediatricians and Paediatric Subspecialists to join this highly respected Paediatric Medical Centre Current opportunities include: Behavioural/Developmental Paediatrician (equivalent to 0.4-0.6 FTE) Paediatric Psychiatrist (potentially can have once a week for full day) Paediatric Endocrinologist (once a month with the aim to increase to fortnightly) Paediatric Gastroenterologist (once a month with aim to increase to fortnightly) Paediatric Neurologist (once a month with aim to increase to fortnightly/weekly) Paediatric Cardiologist (once a month with aim to increase to fortnightly) General Paediatrician (0.2-0.4 FTE) Paediatric Dermatologist or Dermatology special interest Paediatric Surgeon Other paediatric sub-specialists (allergy, ENT, general surgical) Opportunity to also have additional sessions at the Metropolitan Sydney based clinic Opportunity to concentrate in the areas of your special interest Rewards Access to a large referral base and patient loading from day one Opportunity to locum first on a daily rate Salaried or percentage of billings, you choose Strong peer support and a culture of cross consultations Flexible working arrangements suitable for working parents Excellent and all-inclusive administrative support for Specialists Requirements Current Specialist registration with the Medical Board of Australia (AHPRA) Fellowship of the Royal Australasia College of Physicians (Paediatrics and Child Health Division) About us Elective Recruitment is a person-centred recruitment consultancy. Your career progression is just as important to us as is your wellbeing and work-life balance. We are not just another recruitment company; we do things our way and we consult. We have a very clear vision: create great careers, better lifestyles, add value - and we won't stop until this is achieved. To join our exclusive Elective community, register today. For confidential enquiries contact Emma Gordon on 61 2 9137 4301 or apply now.
Specialist - Elective Recruitment
Elective Recruitment, Woodford, Blue Mountains, NSW
Highly-rewarding private practice paediatric role with scope to develop your area of interest. Multiple openings - full or part time positions available Leading specialist paediatric clinic Brand-new medical centre with exceptional clinical and staff facilities The Organisation This well-known specialist paediatric service has been in operation since 2013, dedicated to providing holistic, personalised, high quality paediatric specialist health services across a wide range of medical conditions in children from birth to adolescence. The service has a strong reputation in the local and medical community, and exceptional service quality is the hallmark of their brand. The brand-new medical centre provides general paediatric, allergy, sleep, respiratory services and a tongue-tie clinic. Joining the team is like joining a family. You will work alongside 6 Paediatricians with special interests including developmental/behavioural, allergy and immunology and sleep and respiratory medicine. The Job Full or part time opportunities available for Paediatricians and Paediatric Subspecialists to join this highly respected Paediatric Medical Centre Current opportunities include: Behavioural/Developmental Paediatrician (equivalent to 0.4-0.6 FTE) Paediatric Psychiatrist (potentially can have once a week for full day) Paediatric Endocrinologist (once a month with the aim to increase to fortnightly) Paediatric Gastroenterologist (once a month with aim to increase to fortnightly) Paediatric Neurologist (once a month with aim to increase to fortnightly/weekly) Paediatric Cardiologist (once a month with aim to increase to fortnightly) General Paediatrician (0.2-0.4 FTE) Paediatric Dermatologist or Dermatology special interest Paediatric Surgeon Other paediatric sub-specialists (allergy, ENT, general surgical) Opportunity to also have additional sessions at the Metropolitan Sydney based clinic Opportunity to concentrate in the areas of your special interest Rewards Access to a large referral base and patient loading from day one Opportunity to locum first on a daily rate Salaried or percentage of billings, you choose Strong peer support and a culture of cross consultations Flexible working arrangements suitable for working parents Excellent and all-inclusive administrative support for Specialists Requirements Current Specialist registration with the Medical Board of Australia (AHPRA) Fellowship of the Royal Australasia College of Physicians (Paediatrics and Child Health Division) About us Elective Recruitment is a person-centred recruitment consultancy. Your career progression is just as important to us as is your wellbeing and work-life balance. We are not just another recruitment company; we do things our way and we consult. We have a very clear vision: create great careers, better lifestyles, add value - and we won't stop until this is achieved. To join our exclusive Elective community, register today. For confidential enquiries contact Emma Gordon on 61 2 9137 4301 or apply now.
Medical Practitioners & Specialists - Elective Recruitment
Elective Recruitment, Woodford, Blue Mountains, NSW
Highly-rewarding private practice paediatric role with scope to develop your area of interest. Multiple openings - full or part time positions available Leading specialist paediatric clinic Brand-new medical centre with exceptional clinical and staff facilities The Organisation This well-known specialist paediatric service has been in operation since 2013, dedicated to providing holistic, personalised, high quality paediatric specialist health services across a wide range of medical conditions in children from birth to adolescence. The service has a strong reputation in the local and medical community, and exceptional service quality is the hallmark of their brand. The brand-new medical centre provides general paediatric, allergy, sleep, respiratory services and a tongue-tie clinic. Joining the team is like joining a family. You will work alongside 6 Paediatricians with special interests including developmental/behavioural, allergy and immunology and sleep and respiratory medicine. The Job Full or part time opportunities available for Paediatricians and Paediatric Subspecialists to join this highly respected Paediatric Medical Centre Current opportunities include: Behavioural/Developmental Paediatrician (equivalent to 0.4-0.6 FTE) Paediatric Psychiatrist (potentially can have once a week for full day) Paediatric Endocrinologist (once a month with the aim to increase to fortnightly) Paediatric Gastroenterologist (once a month with aim to increase to fortnightly) Paediatric Neurologist (once a month with aim to increase to fortnightly/weekly) Paediatric Cardiologist (once a month with aim to increase to fortnightly) General Paediatrician (0.2-0.4 FTE) Paediatric Dermatologist or Dermatology special interest Paediatric Surgeon Other paediatric sub-specialists (allergy, ENT, general surgical) Opportunity to also have additional sessions at the Metropolitan Sydney based clinic Opportunity to concentrate in the areas of your special interest Rewards Access to a large referral base and patient loading from day one Opportunity to locum first on a daily rate Salaried or percentage of billings, you choose Strong peer support and a culture of cross consultations Flexible working arrangements suitable for working parents Excellent and all-inclusive administrative support for Specialists Requirements Current Specialist registration with the Medical Board of Australia (AHPRA) Fellowship of the Royal Australasia College of Physicians (Paediatrics and Child Health Division) About us Elective Recruitment is a person-centred recruitment consultancy. Your career progression is just as important to us as is your wellbeing and work-life balance. We are not just another recruitment company; we do things our way and we consult. We have a very clear vision: create great careers, better lifestyles, add value - and we won't stop until this is achieved. To join our exclusive Elective community, register today. For confidential enquiries contact Emma Gordon on 61 2 9137 4301 or apply now.
Medical Practitioners & Specialists - Elective Recruitment
Elective Recruitment, Smeaton Grange, Camden Area, Gregory Hills, NSW
Rare DPA opportunities in growth areas of Sydney. Two Sydney locations available DPA available in both locations Lucrative income potential The Organisation You will be working for an innovative and progressive group that is focussed on investing in Australian communities by providing healthcare service where and when it's needed with; a focus on growth areas with high demand. The Group is rapidly expanding with centres across metropolitan Queensland, New South Wales and Victoria. All medical centres within the group are open for extended hours, every day of the year. Bulk billing GPs are co-located with dentistry, pharmacy, pathology, x-ray, allied health and other specialists, operating together as one system for one purpose: providing access to quality primary healthcare for all Australians. The Job Work in a modern medical centre with a general practice model supporting strong patient demand A range of essential healthcare services are co-located including full-time nursing support, treatment rooms, dental, pharmacy, pathology, radiology, allied health services and complete administrative support. Practices located in high growth locations Enjoy a varied patient mix Practice medicine with autonomy You will be fully supported by an established admin and operations team so that you can focus solely on your patients. Your areas of special interests are encouraged to develop through training, education and marketing programs. Rewards Flexible working and contractual arrangements Competitive fee split terms Up front sign on payments Potential to earn a share of practice profits Requirements You will be a vocationally registered General Practitioner FRACGP, FACRRM or equivalent Visa sponsorship is available at one location About us Elective Recruitment is a person-centred recruitment consultancy. Your career progression is just as important to us as is your wellbeing and work-life balance. We are not just another recruitment company; we do things our way and we consult. We have a very clear vision: create great careers, better lifestyles, add value - and we won't stop until this is achieved. To join our exclusive Elective community, register today. For confidential enquiries contact Emma Gordon on 61 2 9137 4301 or apply now.
Medical Practitioners & Specialists - Elective Recruitment
Elective Recruitment, Oxenford, Gold Coast North, QLD
Busy practice located in family friendly Gold Coast suburb. Thriving general practice in bustling suburb DPA available due to departing doctor Great earning potential in high growth area The Organisation You will be working for an innovative and progressive group that is focussed on investing in Australian communities by providing healthcare service where and when it's needed with; a focus on growth areas with high demand. The Group is rapidly expanding with centres across metropolitan Queensland, New South Wales and Victoria. All medical centres within the group are open for extended hours, every day of the year. Bulk billing GPs are co-located with dentistry, pharmacy, pathology, x-ray, allied health and other specialists, operating together as one system for one purpose: providing access to quality primary healthcare for all Australians. The Job Work in a modern medical centre with a general practice model supporting strong patient demand A range of essential healthcare services are co-located including full-time nursing support, treatment rooms, dental, pharmacy, pathology, radiology, allied health services and complete administrative support. Practices located in high growth locations Enjoy a varied patient mix Practice medicine with autonomy You will be fully supported by an established admin and operations team so that you can focus solely on your patients. Your areas of special interests are encouraged to develop through training, education and marketing programs. Rewards Flexible working and contractual arrangements Competitive fee split terms Up front sign on payments Potential to earn a share of practice profits Requirements You will be a vocationally registered General Practitioner FRACGP, FACRRM or equivalent About us Elective Recruitment is a person-centred recruitment consultancy. Your career progression is just as important to us as is your wellbeing and work-life balance. We are not just another recruitment company; we do things our way and we consult. We have a very clear vision: create great careers, better lifestyles, add value - and we won't stop until this is achieved. To join our exclusive Elective community, register today. For confidential enquiries contact Emma Gordon on 61 2 9137 4301 or apply now.
Medical Practitioners & Specialists - Elective Recruitment
Elective Recruitment, Victoria, VIC
High growth suburbs of Melbourne with DPA available. Two Melbourne suburban general practice positions available Diverse and stimulating patient mix Lucrative income potential The Organisation You will be working for an innovative and progressive general practice group that is focussed on investing in Australian communities by providing healthcare service where and when it's needed with; a focus on growth areas with high demand. The Group is rapidly expanding with centres across metropolitan Queensland, New South Wales and Victoria. All medical centres within the group are open for extended hours, every day of the year. Bulk billing GPs are co-located with dentistry, pharmacy, pathology, x-ray, allied health and other specialists, operating together as one system for one purpose: providing access to quality primary healthcare for all Australians. The Job Work in a modern medical centre with a general practice model supporting strong patient demand A range of essential healthcare services are co-located including full-time nursing support, treatment rooms, dental, pharmacy, pathology, radiology, allied health services and complete administrative support. Practices located in high growth locations Enjoy a varied patient mix Practice medicine with autonomy You will be fully supported by an established admin and operations team so that you can focus solely on your patients. Your areas of special interests are encouraged to develop through training, education and marketing programs. Rewards Flexible working and contractual arrangements Competitive fee split terms Up front sign on payments Potential to earn a share of practice profits Requirements You will be a vocationally registered General Practitioner FRACGP, FACRRM or equivalent Australian citizenship or permanent residency essential About us Elective Recruitment is a person-centred recruitment consultancy. Your career progression is just as important to us as is your wellbeing and work-life balance. We are not just another recruitment company; we do things our way and we consult. We have a very clear vision: create great careers, better lifestyles, add value - and we won't stop until this is achieved. To join our exclusive Elective community, register today. For confidential enquiries contact Emma Gordon on 61 2 9137 4301 or apply now.
Medical Practitioners & Specialists - Elective Recruitment
Elective Recruitment, Bathurst-Orange Region, New South Wales, VIC
High growth suburbs of Melbourne with DPA available. Two Melbourne suburban general practice positions available Diverse and stimulating patient mix Lucrative income potential The Organisation You will be working for an innovative and progressive general practice group that is focussed on investing in Australian communities by providing healthcare service where and when it's needed with; a focus on growth areas with high demand. The Group is rapidly expanding with centres across metropolitan Queensland, New South Wales and Victoria. All medical centres within the group are open for extended hours, every day of the year. Bulk billing GPs are co-located with dentistry, pharmacy, pathology, x-ray, allied health and other specialists, operating together as one system for one purpose: providing access to quality primary healthcare for all Australians. The Job Work in a modern medical centre with a general practice model supporting strong patient demand A range of essential healthcare services are co-located including full-time nursing support, treatment rooms, dental, pharmacy, pathology, radiology, allied health services and complete administrative support. Practices located in high growth locations Enjoy a varied patient mix Practice medicine with autonomy You will be fully supported by an established admin and operations team so that you can focus solely on your patients. Your areas of special interests are encouraged to develop through training, education and marketing programs. Rewards Flexible working and contractual arrangements Competitive fee split terms Up front sign on payments Potential to earn a share of practice profits Requirements You will be a vocationally registered General Practitioner FRACGP, FACRRM or equivalent Australian citizenship or permanent residency essential About us Elective Recruitment is a person-centred recruitment consultancy. Your career progression is just as important to us as is your wellbeing and work-life balance. We are not just another recruitment company; we do things our way and we consult. We have a very clear vision: create great careers, better lifestyles, add value - and we won't stop until this is achieved. To join our exclusive Elective community, register today. For confidential enquiries contact Emma Gordon on 61 2 9137 4301 or apply now.
Registered & Enrolled Nursing Opportunities (Aged Care)
Careerone Partner Network, Toowoomba Region, Queensland, Toowoomba, QLD
We represent multiple local aged care facilities and are looking for Registered Nurses and Experienced Enrolled Nurses who are looking to work in the aged care sector. With opportunities in Toowoomba and surrounding rural locations, you could join a group of professionals who pride themselves on person-centred care, clinical excellence and quality support. With the option of full-time, part-time or casual roles, we are seeking candidates with experience in any of the following areas: Registered Nurses – with recognised Bachelors, AHPRA registration and relevant prior experience Enrolled Nurses – with recognised Diploma, AHPRA registration and relevant prior experience Clinical Nurses – with recognised Bachelors, AHPRA registration and experience in a Senior RN role Nurse Practitioners – with all required study completed, AHPRA registration and prior experience Learning & Development Officer – with recognised Bachelors, AHPRA registration and experience in training and development ACFI Officer/ Specialist - with recognised Bachelors, AHPRA registration and ACFI experience Care Coordinator/ Care Manager – with relevant qualifications and experience managing non-clinical and administrative staff and functions Clinical Manager – with recognised qualifications and training, AHPRA registration and at least five years of experience as a CN We are seeking candidates with: Expertise in any of the above positions with all relevant requirements Availability to work morning, afternoon and overnight shifts as required for your specific position The ability to manage daily operations effectively in a team environment Strong communication skills, both written and verbal The desire to provide person-centred care at all times In return, our roles with our clients will provide you with: The opportunity to work on-site and off-site to provide care to patients Further exposure to an expanding industry All required support to be effective in your role Competitive Salary Packages dependent on position and experience Further training in a specialised area of the medical and healthcare industry A strong team environment to calibrate and learn with Access to opportunities for career development and progression To register your interest, please click "Apply" to submit your resume and a cover letter to JP Smith Recruitment & HR, outlining the role you wish to apply for and include all relevant experience and qualifications pertaining to that position. For any enquiries, please call JP Smith Recruitment & HR on 07 4659 7400 quoting reference number 2998866.
Fund Operations & Development Specialist contract
PIMCO, Sydney, AU
Fund Operations & Development Specialist contract About Us: We are PIMCO, a leading global asset management firm. We manage investments and develop solutions across the full spectrum of asset classes, strategies and vehicles: fixed income, equities, commodities, asset allocation, ETFs, hedge funds and private equity. PIMCO is one of the largest investment managers, actively managing more than $1.91 trillion in assets for clients around the world. PIMCO has over 2,800 employees in 17 offices globally. PIMCO is recognized as an innovator, industry thought leader and trusted advisor to our clients. PIMCO is one of the worldâ€s premier fixed income investment managers with thousands of professionals around the world united in a single purpose: creating opportunities for our clients in every environment. Since 1971, we have brought innovation and expertise to our partnership with the institutions, financial advisors and millions of individual investors who entrust us with their assets. We aspire to cultivate performance and leadership through empowering our people, diversity of thought, and a commitment to an inclusive culture that engages in our global communities. Position Description: The Funds Australia team is located in Sydney and is responsible for the operational & administrative functions for the PIMCO Australia Fund range. These functions include Fund Operations, Fund Development and Fund Administration PIMCO partners with key vendors in a global outsourced model. In Australia, the Funds team are responsible for oversight of our strategic partner State Street, who have been appointed as Fund Administrator & Custodian for the local Fund range. The Role This role of Fund Operations & Development Specialist will primarily support the interim Head of Funds Australia in providing coverage for the Fund Operations and Development function. The successful candidate will have experience within a Fund Operations team within an asset management firm and have a strong grasp of Responsible Entity obligations for running an Australian Fund range. The functions that this will cover are outlined below. Fund Operations Responsible for oversight of key activities performed by our vendors across Global Bank Oversight (NAVs), Shareholder Services (Investor Services) and the overall service quality of the vendors Fund Cash Flows - Management of the daily cash inflow / outflow of the fund range, including validation of reporting from unit registry and ensuring the correct reporting flows through systems to the PIMCO investment desks Global Bank Oversight is the group within PIMCO that oversees / reviews / approves the Fund NAVs that are calculated by the Fund Administrator. The Funds Specialist will be responsible for the execution of the Fund NAV reviews daily in order to verify what has been calculated and confirm the unit prices for the fund range to market Investor Services is the group within PIMCO that oversees investor on-boarding, AML / KYC, transactions, email and call queries. The Fund Operations Specialist acts a PIMCO point of coordination and escalation for these activities performed by vendor. Vendor Management Oversight is the group within PIMCO that monitors and reports the overall service quality provided by vendors, working with vendors to ensure all processes are being conducted in a accurate and timely manner. The Fund Operations & Development Specialist will act as an escalation point of contact with vendors for any incidents and collaborate with the Interim Head of Funds to work through the incident management processes. The same group will also work on periodic due diligence reviews with our vendors as outlined in the PIMCO vendor management framework. The Specialist will manage reviews of GS007 reporting to ensure vendor controls are suitably designed and implemented. Management of compliance plan audit requests and documentary annual amendments will also form part of the role. An understanding of AML/KYC obligations as well as the Corporations Act as it relates to Managed Investment Schemes is central to the role. While tax knowledge is not fundamental it is expected that the candidate will have an understanding of FATCA/CRS reporting requirements for managed funds in Australia. Prior experience working with investor services to ensure outstanding client experience is essential. Funds Development PIMCO has a robust product design lifecycle that involves numerous teams across the business from Product Strategy, Client Solutions & Analytics, Legal & Compliance and Funds feeding into the design of new Funds. The Fund Operations & Development Specialist will oversee the teamâ€s work in respect of the below. New Fund Setup / Fund Closure processes around the creation of Funds & Share Classes within internal systems and with vendors. Fund Documentation review processes around the regular review of Fund documentation such as Product Disclosure Statements and Additional Information guides to ensure the elements related to Fund team and vendors are accurate In addition to these business as usual tasks, the Fund Operations & Development Specialist will also be involved in small projects to enhance operating process, implement change internally (and with vendors) and align local requirements and procedures to global process changes. Position Requirements: The successful candidate will demonstrate the following qualifications & competencies: Bachelor Degree in a Business (Finance, accounting or related disciple preferred) 6-8+ years†experience in Financial Services in fund administration, transfer agency, fund accounting or vendor oversight within an asset management firm or outsourced service provider is essential Strong working knowledge of Responsible Entity obligations in Australia is essential Comprehensive knowledge of the structure and operational processes related to managed funds essential Ability to manage small projects of work alongside business as usual Strong English skills in both written and oral form essential Strong analytic approach and problem solving skills required Ability to communicate effectively across different business stakeholders Well organized and able to manage / prioritize competing deadlines Proficient in all Microsoft office applications with advanced experience in excel
Executive Assistant
Sharp & Carter, Melbourne CBD, Melbourne, VIC
Competitive salary - $80,000 package (negotiable) Southbank location Flexible working - WFH & the office The Position An exceptional opportunity has become available for an experienced Executive Assistant to support the CEO and Leasing Team for a highly reputable property leasing business in Southbank. You will provide strategic support and operational assistance across a range of sensitive and confidential issues. Your ability to coordinate and manage varying expectations and daily workflows will be highly attractive for this position. Key Responsibilities Reporting to and supporting the CEO, this position is an integral role in the organization and requires a highly organized and skilled Executive Assistant with high-level administration experience who can provide an exceptional level of coordination and management. Your key responsibilities will include, however, are not limited to: Providing high-level executive and administrative support to the CEO in the form of managing the CEO’s diary appointments, scheduling and arranging meetings, coordinating travel arrangements, and scheduling and supporting meetings to facilitate effective business operations; Coordinating meetings with the CEO's direct reports, including monitoring actions arising from these meetings, taking minutes, and creating agendas and papers; Researching, collating, and coordinating reports Drafting, preparing, and coordinating high-level communication including correspondence, submissions, reports, and presentations and registering and monitoring all correspondence to ensure a prompt and accurate response; Providing support in the development and implementation of stakeholder management plans and actively managing stakeholder affairs; Skills & Experience As a suitable candidate for this position, you will hold prior relevant and recent experience as an Executive Assistant and Office Manager within a corporate business environment. In addition, you will also: Demonstrated experience in an Executive Assistant, Personal Assistant, or Team Assistant Extensive experience in interacting with multiple stakeholders; Adaptive communication style to ensure an open, professional and friendly manner to all levels within the organisation; Flexible work approach to meet the varying demands of an ever-changing and fast-moving environment; Ability to professionally manage scheduling conflicts and recommend appropriate solutions; High computer literacy in all Microsoft office applications (Word, Outlook, Excel, PowerPoint). The Client Sharp & Carter are proud to partner with a highly reputable specialist retail property service provider to appoint an Executive Assistant in a permanent full-time position in Southbank. The opportunity to commence with a highly reputable business with strong employee tenure, attractive company values and a welcoming environment ensures you will have a long and successful career with your new employer. How to Apply If this position aligns with your next career move, please apply directly using the link below and attach an updated copy of your resume. For more information about this opportunity, please call Bridgette Meaden - 0484 381 458 bmeadensharpandcarter.com.au
Aps4 Community Liaison Officer
Careerone Partner Network, Queensland, QLD
APS4 Community Liaison Officer Thursday, July 1, 2021 Location: QLD Other Job Type: Contract or Temp Reference No. 3208832 Job Description: This Federal Government Department is seeking a Community Liaison Officer to join their Biosecurity Operations Division in Cairns. Initially for a 12 month period, this role has the possibility of an extension. This is an excellent opportunity to secure your future with an organization that is one of the countries leading employers. As a Community Liaison Officer in the Biosecurity Operations Division, you will be required to perform a range of functions which support the delivery of biosecurity monitoring and public awareness services by contracted Indigenous ranger groups across northern Australia. The duties of the role include: co-ordinating the delivery of contracted biosecurity services by Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander ranger groups including facilitating relevant training and assistance developing and maintaining effective working relationships with remote communities in northern Australia, with a particular focus on Indigenous ranger groups and related organisations identifying and promoting opportunities to strengthen Indigenous ranger participation in biosecurity service delivery ensuring community engagement activities are delivered according to technical directions from specialist scientific staff and the departments service priorities for northern Australia providing logistic and liaison support to surveys associated with the Northern Australia Quarantine Strategy (NAQS) program requesting and reviewing fee for service invoices maintaining an operational plan based on fee for service planned activities preparing reports and performing administrative functions assisting in the delivery of remote field services taking responsibility for maintaining equipment checks and maintenance schedules working with a wide range of key stakeholders, including government and non-government agencies. The ideal applicant will have knowledge, or an understanding, of the NAQS Program, the Indigenous Ranger Biosecurity Program and the wider biosecurity environment. Applicants will have strong cultural awareness, particularly in dealing with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people in remote areas. To be eligible for this role candidates must be an Australian Citizen and will be required to obtain and maintain a baseline clearance. To be considered please use the apply online function and submit a CV . For any questions please email Katie Brown at katie.brownfirstgrade.com.au
Reservation Sales Associate - Contact Centre
Hyatt Hotels, South Yarra, Stonnington Area, Melbourne, VIC
RESERVATION SALES ASSOCIATE - CONTACT CENTRE (PACIFIC) Grand Hyatt Grand Hyatt Melbourne VI - Melbourne RESERVATIONS Administrative Full-time Req ID: MEL002002 Local Summary GCC-Pacific is seeking two specialist reservation Sales Associates to join our energetic team on a full time basis. Our office is conveniently located in the heart of Melbourne CBD at Grand Hyatt Melbourne. As a Reservation Sales Associate you will have the opportunity to interact with guest over the phone and via email representing Hyatt Hotels and Resorts. Responsibilities include: Processing reservation via phone, email or fax Providing a caring and personalized service for each guest Working closely with the hotels Front Office and Sales and Marketing Teams to attend to guest requests and needs. Have extensive product knowledge of our Global Hyatt Hotels as well as rates and offers available. Qualifications The successful candidate needs to possess the following skills: Must be fluent in Bahasa Indonesian language both written and spoken. Excellent English language skills both written and spoken. Excellent communication and phone skills Enjoys working in a fast paced team environment A customer focused attitude with excellent attention to detail Full time hours between 8am 6pm, Monday to Friday and 10am - 6pm on Saturday Previous hotel experience in Reservations or Front Desk would be an advantage In return, we will offer you: Extensive training and on-going development Opportunities for career progression into specialist departments such as Group Reservations, World of Hyatt Loyalty Program, Social Media and Distribution Services Annie Coxon Manager Operations GCC-Pacific annie.coxonhyatt.com
Medical Practitioners & Specialists - Elective Recruitment
Elective Recruitment, Crows Nest, North Sydney Area, NSW
Brand new medical centre opening in densely populated Sydney suburb Located in popular Lower North Shore suburb Bulk billing Lucrative income potential The Organisation You will be working for an innovative and progressive group that is focussed on investing in Australian communities by providing healthcare service where and when it's needed with; a focus on growth areas with high demand. The Group is rapidly expanding with centres across metropolitan Queensland, New South Wales and Victoria. All medical centres within the group are open for extended hours, every day of the year. Bulk billing GPs are co-located with dentistry, pharmacy, pathology, x-ray, allied health and other specialists, operating together as one system for one purpose: providing access to quality primary healthcare for all Australians. The Job Work in a modern medical centre with a general practice model supporting strong patient demand A range of essential healthcare services are co-located including full-time nursing support, treatment rooms, dental, pharmacy, pathology, radiology, allied health services and complete administrative support. Practices located in high growth locations Enjoy a varied patient mix Practice medicine with autonomy You will be fully supported by an established admin and operations team so that you can focus solely on your patients. Your areas of special interests are encouraged to develop through training, education and marketing programs. Rewards Flexible working and contractual arrangements Competitive fee split terms Up front sign on payments Potential to earn a share of practice profits Requirements You will be a vocationally registered General Practitioner This is a non-DPA location FRACGP, FACRRM or equivalent About us Elective Recruitment is a person-centred recruitment consultancy. Your career progression is just as important to us as is your wellbeing and work-life balance. We are not just another recruitment company; we do things our way and we consult. We have a very clear vision: create great careers, better lifestyles, add value - and we won't stop until this is achieved. To join our exclusive Elective community, register today. For confidential enquiries contact Emma Gordon on 61 2 9137 4301 or apply now.
Cleanroom Equipment Officer
The University of Sydney, The Rocks, Sydney, NSW
1877 Cleanroom Equipment OfficerUniversity of SydneySydney, New South WalesAustralia Search Cleanroom Equipment Officer University of Sydney, Australia Back Email Updated: about 1 hour ago Location: Sydney, NEW SOUTH WALES Job Type: FullTime Lead outstanding research programs and deliver high quality teaching Located within the School of Medical Science on the Camperdown/Darlington campus Full time, continuing position, offering a remuneration package of $110K p.a., including leave loading and a generous employers contribution to superannuation About the opportunity The School of Medical Sciences is seeking a Lecturer in Anatomy to enhance our teaching and research activities. The position teaches across our undergraduate and post-graduate degrees, with a particular focus on anatomy teaching, and to establish an active research program. In addition, we expect active involvement in the administrative management of the School and to make positive contributions that align with the values of the School and University. The role will work individually and as a team to design and deliver teaching material to a high standard and informed by the best pedagogical practice. The School teaches into science, professional and medical degree programs as well as post-graduate and Honours degrees. The Lecturer will teach in all aspects of anatomy in the junior years and professional programs and teach specialist subjects in-depth in senior courses. In addition, the School is revising its teaching programs and curriculum to create engaging content that meets the needs of students now and into the future. This position will play a full and active role across these teaching activities and will contribute to teaching innovation. The School has recently restructured to create research themes. These include chronic diseases, molecular bioscience, musculoskeletal science, biomedical informatics and digital health, neuroscience, infection immunity & inflammation, and education innovation. The successful candidate is expected to establish a research program within one of these themes. About you The University values courage and creativity; openness and engagement; inclusion and diversity; and respect and integrity. As such, we see the importance of recruiting talent aligned to these values and are looking for a Lecturer in Anatomy who: has a PhD in a related field has proven ability, commitment and passion for engaging in scholarly activities and can capitalise on such, in order to create innovative pedagogical practices is an emerging national leader within your discipline, based on the quality and impact of your research and your expertise. Evidence might include invitations to speak at conferences, invitations to write review articles and awards from learned societies. demonstrates high-quality original research outputs as senior author or as the key member of a collaborative team. Outputs might include high quality publications in peer reviewed journals, patents and successful outcomes in clinical or applied research. demonstrates independent contributions to teaching in a tertiary environment, that might include lectures, practical classes and on line activities. evidence of the high quality of teaching contributions, such as student outcomes, student feedback and peer review. has proven ability in mentoring and leadership of junior scientists. has proven evidence of contributions to the management of an institution, learned society or journal. These might include active participation on committees, organisation of symposia and meetings and peer review for journals. is developing network of relationships with key academic, industry and professional institutions, partners and stakeholders. Other Your employment is conditional upon the completion of all role required pre-employment or background checks in terms satisfactory to the University. Similarly, your ongoing employment is conditional upon the satisfactory maintenance of all relevant clearances and background check requirements. If you do not meet these conditions, the University may take any necessary step, including the termination of your employment. Visa sponsorship is only available for this position for candidates who are currently located within Australia. Closing time: 11:30 PM, 31 July 2021 How to Applications (including a cover letter, CV and any additional supporting documentation) can be submitted via the button at the top of the page. If you are a current employee of the University and would like to submit an application, please login into your Workday account. Navigate to the Career icon on your Dashboard once logged into Workday and click on the USYD Find Jobs report to . For a confidential discussion about the role, or if you require reasonable adjustment or support filling out this application, please contact Kristina Pavlovic, Recruitment Partner, Recruitment Operations, Human Resources by email kristina.pavlovicsydney.edu.au . The University of Sydney is committed to diversity and social inclusion. Applications from people of culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds; equity target groups including women, people with disabilities, people who identify as LGBTIQ; and people of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander descent, are encouraged. The University reserves the right not to proceed with any appointment. Click to view the Position Description for this role. Closing Date: 31 July 2021 Lead outstanding research programs and deliver high quality teaching Located within the School of Medical Science on the Camperdown/Darlington campus Full time, continuing position, offering a remuneration package of $110K p.a., including leave loading and a generous employers contribution to superannuation About the opportunity The School of Medical Sciences is seeking a Lecturer in Anatomy to enhance our teaching and research activities. The position teaches across our undergraduate and post-graduate degrees, with a particular focus on anatomy teaching, and to establish an active research program. In addition, we expect active involvement in the administrative management of the School and to make positive contributions that align with the values of the School and University. The role will work individually and as a team to design and deliver teaching material to a high standard and informed by the best pedagogical practice. The School teaches into science, professional and medical degree programs as well as post-graduate and Honours degrees. The Lecturer will teach in all aspects of anatomy in the junior years and professional programs and teach specialist subjects in-depth in senior courses. In addition, the School is revising its teaching programs and curriculum to create engaging content that meets the needs of students now and into the future. This position will play a full and active role across these teaching activities and will contribute to teaching innovation. The School has recently restructured to create research themes. These include chronic diseases, molecular bioscience, musculoskeletal science, biomedical informatics and digital health, neuroscience, infection immunity & inflammation, and education innovation. The successful candidate is expected to establish a research program within one of these themes. About you The University values courage and creativity; openness and engagement; inclusion and diversity; and respect and integrity. As such, we see the importance of recruiting talent aligned to these values and are looking for a Lecturer in Anatomy who: has a PhD in a related field has proven ability, commitment and passion for engaging in scholarly activities and can capitalise on such, in order to create innovative pedagogical practices is an emerging national leader within your discipline, based on the quality and impact of your research and your expertise. Evidence might include invitations to speak at conferences, invitations to write review articles and awards from learned societies. demonstrates high-quality original research outputs as senior author or as the key member of a collaborative team. Outputs might include high quality publications in peer reviewed journals, patents and successful outcomes in clinical or applied research. demonstrates independent contributions to teaching in a tertiary environment, that might include lectures, practical classes and on line activities. evidence of the high quality of teaching contributions, such as student outcomes, student feedback and peer review. has proven ability in mentoring and leadership of junior scientists. has proven evidence of contributions to the management of an institution, learned society or journal. These might include active participation on committees, organisation of symposia and meetings and peer review for journals. is developing network of relationships with key academic, industry and professional institutions, partners and stakeholders. Other Your employment is conditional upon the completion of all role required pre-employment or background checks in terms satisfactory to the University. Similarly, your ongoing employment is conditional upon the satisfactory maintenance of all relevant clearances and background check requirements. If you do not meet these conditions, the University may take any necessary step, including the termination of your employment. Visa sponsorship is only available for this position for candidates who are currently located within Australia. Closing time: 11:30 PM, 31 July 2021 How to Applications (including a cover letter, CV and any additional supporting documentation) can be submitted via the button at the top of the page. If you are a current employee of the University and would like to submit an application, please login into your Workday account. Navigate to the Career icon on your Dashboard once logged into Workday and click on the USYD Find Jobs report to . For a confidential discussion about the role, or if you require reasonable adjustment or support filling out this application, please contact Kristina Pavlovic, Recruitment Partner, Recruitment Operations, Human Resources by email kristina.pavlovicsydney.edu.au . The University of Sydney is committed to diversity and social inclusion. Applications from people of culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds; equity target groups including women, people with disabilities, people who identify as LGBTIQ; and people of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander descent, are encouraged. The University reserves the right not to proceed with any appointment. Click to view the Position Description for this role. Closing Date: 31 July 2021 View or
Medical Practitioners & Specialists - Elective Recruitment
Elective Recruitment, Central Coast NSW Region, New South Wales, VIC
High growth suburbs of Melbourne with DPA available. Two Melbourne suburban general practice positions available Diverse and stimulating patient mix Lucrative income potential The Organisation You will be working for an innovative and progressive general practice group that is focussed on investing in Australian communities by providing healthcare service where and when it's needed with; a focus on growth areas with high demand. The Group is rapidly expanding with centres across metropolitan Queensland, New South Wales and Victoria. All medical centres within the group are open for extended hours, every day of the year. Bulk billing GPs are co-located with dentistry, pharmacy, pathology, x-ray, allied health and other specialists, operating together as one system for one purpose: providing access to quality primary healthcare for all Australians. The Job Work in a modern medical centre with a general practice model supporting strong patient demand A range of essential healthcare services are co-located including full-time nursing support, treatment rooms, dental, pharmacy, pathology, radiology, allied health services and complete administrative support. Practices located in high growth locations Enjoy a varied patient mix Practice medicine with autonomy You will be fully supported by an established admin and operations team so that you can focus solely on your patients. Your areas of special interests are encouraged to develop through training, education and marketing programs. Rewards Flexible working and contractual arrangements Competitive fee split terms Up front sign on payments Potential to earn a share of practice profits Requirements You will be a vocationally registered General Practitioner FRACGP, FACRRM or equivalent Australian citizenship or permanent residency essential About us Elective Recruitment is a person-centred recruitment consultancy. Your career progression is just as important to us as is your wellbeing and work-life balance. We are not just another recruitment company; we do things our way and we consult. We have a very clear vision: create great careers, better lifestyles, add value - and we won't stop until this is achieved. To join our exclusive Elective community, register today. For confidential enquiries contact Emma Gordon on 61 2 9137 4301 or apply now.
HR Officer
HAYS, Brisbane CBD, Brisbane, Queensland
HR OFFICER | CONTRACT JOB Your new company Work for a specialist emergency rescue company that provide services for mining and maritime corporations. Your new role You will work diligently to provide efficient and effective HR administrative support towards the delivery of service provided. You will coordinate and implement general HR operations through both processes and initiatives whilst responding to HR related enquiries and requests from internal and external point of view. You will provide general administrative support for the HR Business Partner, as well as: Prepare induction and new starter employee packs and the boarding process Coordinating of training Assisting with performance management Dealing with HR related queries Coordinating inductions Advising on remuneration and benefits Maintain employee files Ad hoc administration What you'll need to succeed Qualified with a HR Diploma or relevant fields alongside previous experience in a similar role within HR Officer level will lead to your success, as will: Experience in working with various reviewing of policies and procedures including but not limited to; general administration & training coordination. Experience in employment contract procedures. Knowledgeable within recruitment activity processes. Advanced computer skills in Microsoft Office applications (e.g. Word, Excel, PowerPoint. What you'll get in return Work with a professional and supportive team Access to development courses and skill enhancing programs What you need to do now If you are passionate about this role, click “apply now” or for more information and a confidential discussion or to find out about other opportunities in Human Resources contact Chloe Holloway at Hays on (07) 3243 3022 or email chloe.hollowayhays.com.au At Hays, we value diversity and are passionate about placing people in a role where they can flourish and succeed. We actively encourage people from diverse backgrounds to apply. LHS 297508 2528804
GenV Cohort Operations Coordinator
Murdoch Childrens Research Institute, Melbourne
Job descriptionWho we are?The Murdoch Children’s Research Institute (MCRI) is home to significant scientific discoveries. We believe there is an answer, a cure or a better treatment for every childhood condition — and we’re determined to find it.We are a diverse team of world-leading researchers, doctors, engineers, and hardworking professionals in corporate and scientific services from all corners of the world with one shared goal — to transform child health worldwide. Our strength lies in our partnership and co-location with The Royal Children’s Hospital and the University of Melbourne — the Melbourne Children’s Campus. This rare model amplifies opportunities to quickly translate research into clinical care. At MCRI, you’ll also find our subsidiary organisation, the Victorian Clinical Genetics Services (VCGS), a specialist childhood, prenatal and adult genetics service. VCGS provides an integrated genetic consultation, counselling, testing and diagnostic support service to children, adults, families and prospective parents.Together, we share a powerful vision: re-imagine the future of child health.About Generation Victoria:Generation Victoria (GenV) is a world-first initiative aiming to transform the whole of the State of Victoria into a single dynamic solutions platform, breaking down barriers in research to solve pressing questions and translating that into tangible actions that can improve the health, development and well-being of children and their parents. One of the world’s largest birth cohorts, GenV will be open to all 150,000 babies born in Victoria over two full years. Its design comprises consent; use of existing data and biosamples; augmented with GenV-specific measurement; and a design to maximise its multi-use potential e.g. to support trials, registries, place and community, discovery and health services research at the population level. See: www.genv.org.au.The Opportunity:This is an exciting opportunity for a highly capable Coordinator to join the GenV Cohort HQ team to oversee all GenV HQ operational activities. The GenV Cohort operates 7 days a week, 364 days a year and this role is central to ensuring the smooth running of the underpinning operational systems and processes. Operational activities include ensuring unbroken supplies of consumables, equipment and stock levels at GenV hospitals sites across Victoria; Cohort HQ rostering; field team support; staff coverage (including leave coverage); and ensuring that hiring, onboarding and training of staff maintain smooth HQ and sites function and coverage.The GenV Cohort Office Manager will drive the systematisation and improvement of HQ processes. They will provide daily/weekly monitoring, oversight, huddles and mitigation (immediate and longer term) of GenV HQ activities. They will supervise the office administrative officer, and will work closely with the Cohort team.Your responsibilties include but are not limited to:Day-to-day operations coordination of the Cohort 2020s.Systems and performance of the GenV Cohort HQ activities.Establishing, implementing and actioning of systematised administrative processes and documentation.Ensuring that all office systems are fully documented in our Target Operating Model as they reach maturity.Communicating and coordinating with staff within the headquarters team and offsite team membersFacilitating of human resources and onboarding, foreseeing and minimising periods between staff departures and re-hire.Rostering of GenV HQ Cohort staff and oversight of work allocation with the GenV team.Stakeholder liaison and engagement.Driving the systematisation and process improvement of GenV Cohort HQ administrative activitiesUndertake a range of administrative functions in support of the core GenV Cohort 2020s project objectives ie inviting, recruiting and retaining participants across the state of Victoria.Forecasting equipment and consumable needs of over 50 maternity sites supporting the coordination with over 30 stakeholders to achieve timely assembly, couriering and delivery.Coordinating the 7-day roster of Cohort HQ activities including Infoline and field team supportLiaising with MCRI HR, Area Managers and the Cohort training coordinator to hire, onboard and train new staff to ensure full staff coverage.Assisting and contributing to risk and issue tracking and mitigation.Other duties as required.SelECTION CRITERIA:Essential:Certificate, Associate Diploma, Degree or equivalent experience in relevant field.Excellent communication skills (written and verbal) with a proven track record in successfully working with internal and external stakeholders.Proficient in large project and team administration.Proficient with project management and collaboration software, activity and task tracking.Confident and proficient in use of technology (online platforms, wikis, videoconferencing, MS Office.Self-motivated, proactive, enjoys being challenged and is results orientated – attested ability to get things done.Ability to prioritise competing demands in a rapidly changing environment.Generates warm, cohesive and collaborative relationships within a team.Running and coordination of project, program or organisational operations.Coordination of concurrent projects.Use of online platforms or technology tools to monitor progress and delivery against deadlines.Compiling, drafting, editing and formatting important internal and external reports and documentation.Coordinating with multiple internal and external stakeholders to deliver project operations.Developing systems approaches to scalable processes.Desirable:Understanding of health, early childhood and/or research sectors.Developing process-related project content.Experience with Agile project practices.Quality Management expertise.Rostering of staff.What’s in it for you:12 Month Part-Time Contract (Possible Extension)Attractive Salary $75,419 - $86,630 per annum (pro-rata) + SuperSalary Packaging, Well Being Program and much more.Flexible working options also available.Apply Now!!For a full list of responsibilities and the key selection criteria download the position description below.Only applicants who address the key selection criteria will be considered. In one document please place your cover letter, key selection criteria, and resume. Applications will only be considered when submitted via the MCRI website.For specific questions not answered in the PD please contact Will Siero William.siero@mcri.edu.au, using the subject line: GenV Cohort Operations Coordinator enquiry via EthicalJobs.Click Apply Now to proceed with your application.Position Reference: 29020On occasions where we receive a large number of applications, we may close the advert ahead of the publicised closing date. We would therefore advise that you submit your completed application as soon as possible.MCRI is a proud member of the Australian Network on Disability. Should you require any specific support or adjustments please talk to us and we will be happy to accommodate.
Director Branch Operations
NSW Public Service Commission, Sydney
Salary Range: An attractive remuneration package About us 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 work with several government agencies to coordinate road, rail, bus and maritime services, always keeping the safety and comfort of our customers at the heart of what we do. The Division The Legal, Privacy and Internal Audit Branch, is within the Corporate Services division providing strategies, solutions and services that make our clients' working lives easier and their projects more efficient and effective. Our high-performing legal teams work collaboratively across the organisation, partnering to provide critical legal advice and guidance for sensitive, complex and legal regulatory matters. The opportunity Reporting to the Chief Legal Officer, the Director Branch Operations - Legal is a critical role and a key member of the branch senior management team. The role will be responsible for leading the delivery of contemporary operational and business management across a large, diverse in-house legal function, enabling the Branch to effectively deliver high quality services to clients and stakeholders. The Director will lead a team across a diverse portfolio of work spanning financial and operational management, technology and systems innovation and change management, resource management and capability development and deployment, vendor management, knowledge management and reporting. As we continue to meet the diverse and evolving needs of our customers, the Director Branch Operations - Legal will also focus on leading strategic, forward-thinking, transformation and change initiatives across the Branch. What you will be involved in You will a lead a centre of excellence providing modern, high quality and technology enabled customer focused administrative support in a large, Matrix operating environment You will direct and lead a team driving operational excellence including the development of business and strategic planning, budgeting, reporting, operational frameworks, vendor management resource planning and innovative systems which drive the efficient provision of Branch services You will provide effective oversight, evaluation, promotion and management of high value legal procurement panels to maximise value and increase service efficiency for whole of government You will drive a program of professional excellence to support talent development within the Branch, leveraging agency and government L&D resources focused on effective performance management and continuous professional development You will coordinate and manage the implementation of change initiatives to support operational change and improvements in response to new systems, processes or policies You will monitor and assess emerging technologies, promoting the adoption of innovative and efficient ways to deliver legal and other Branch services through the use of technology About you You are a proven executive, looking for a career-defining opportunity to support and enable a large size government team You will bring sound understanding and demonstrated experience in the operational management of a business unit or function delivering specialist professional advice and services You will possess strong business acumen and exceptional business process improvement, project and change management skills with proven experience leading diverse programs of work to deliver on strategic, operational and people focused business requirements and initiatives You will have outstanding people management skills with experience leading high performing teams, implementing change programs and developing capability with a high focus on innovation and client service excellence You will be highly customer focused with demonstrated experience driving business outcomes in a large, complex Matrix organisation and building effective and collaborative relationships with a wide range of internal and external stakeholders Most importantly, you are motivated by the opportunity to be an integral part of Australia's largest program of public transport infrastructure investment which will make a real difference for the communities and customers of NSW Want to know more? Please click here to view a copy of the role description. Salary and Benefits How to apply To apply for this position, please submit your resume and a covering letter (no longer than two pages) which addresses the following: Please describe your experience in large, complex settings leading the effective operational management of functional, financial and human resources and the implementation of strategic business plans, policies and technologies Please describe your experience in leading diverse programs of work during periods of transformation and change to develop future capability and improve the quality and efficiency of specialist professional services advice to clients and stakeholders We are the community we serveWe 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 Nicole Cain at .Find out more about Transport for NSW at Job Segment: Operations Manager, Manager, Law, Administrative Assistant, Operations, Management, Legal, Administrative Transport for NSW acknowledges the traditional owners and custodians of the land, and respects Elders past, present and future.