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Payroll Administrator
Veritas Recruitment, Melbourne, Northern Suburbs
Flexible with HoursNorthern Suburbs LocationImmediate StartThe CompanyA well-known leader within the transport & logistics space is currently seeking a temporary Payroll Administrator within their Finance Team. This organisation specialises in providing high class customer service and treating their customers with priority. The PositionReporting directly through to the Payroll Manager, your roles and responsibilities will include the following:Setting up new starters into Micropay payroll system Updating employee master filesData entryAssisting Payroll team with adhoc tasks.The PersonTo be successful in your application, you will have a high level of attention to detail, ability to work in a fast paced environment and have excellent time management skills. You will be a team player with a positive attitude and have the will to learn and take on new challenges. Previous experience as a Payroll Administrator along with Micropay skills will be highly regarded. You will have excellent written and verbal communication skills and able to present in a professional manner.
Customer Experience Team Leader
MUNRO, Melbourne, Victoria
An exciting opportunity has become available for an experienced Customer Experience Team Leader to lead our in house Customer Care team. You'll be reporting to the Head of Loyalty & Customer Experience, a key part of your role will be leading a team of customer service consultants to provide exceptional service for all inbound enquiries across our online channels, ensuring efficiency and productivity of the customer service team.Your key responsibilities will include:- Working closely with the Head of Loyalty & Customer Experience to implement and align strategy implementation of new system and processes- Managing and leading a large and dynamic customer service team to achieve excellence in all areas, with experience in a customer service management role- Skilled in driving improvement and working across a multitude of projects- Demonstrated understanding of customer service/call center metrics and reporting- Excellent communication and stakeholder management skills, with the ability to work in a collaborative team- High level of attention to detail and the ability to follow through with all work, and go above and beyond- Ability to create, plan, monitor, and execute action plans- Monitor and analyse customer contact trends and provide proactive information to relevant business units in a timely manner so that any common issues identified can be rectified immediately- Work closely with the ecommerce/digital team to manage and maintain Order flows & SLA commitments- Effectively manage all reports requests received within the Customer Support Team- Manage call escalations- Resolve simple customer enquiries and/or direct complex queries to appropriate departments/teams in a timely manner- Work closely with IT & Logistics to ensure continual process improvement and prompt query resolutionsOur culture and benefitsWe offer a friendly, welcoming team environment where continued support, training and generous Team Member benefits are provided, including discounts across all brands and subsidised personal training sessions.This is an exciting opportunity to join Munro Footwear Group as we continue to grow. If this sounds like you, apply now!- Demonstrated 4 years management experience in a similar position preferably within the retail industry (call centre or online retail environment will be advantageous)- Advanced user experience with various systems including Microsoft Office, Call Center and ERP Software- Preference for experience in Magento and/or Freshdesk- Exceptional written and verbal communication and people skills- Sense of urgency with the execution of business processes- Exceptional time management and organisation skills with a strong ability to multitask conflicting priorities- Excellent knowledge of call centre management methods and techniques- Genuine ability to demonstrate empathy and build rapport
Marketing Graduate Program
Reece Group, Melbourne, VIC
Join a world-class Marketing teamReece is an Australian icon – we've been around for 100 years. We're a big business that works hard to retain the little things that made us great when we were small - staying agile and innovative. A key driver of our success is a sophisticated approach to product development and merchandising. It's one of the reasons we continue to grow at such a rapid pace.Much more than plumbingYou may know Reece is Australia's largest supplier of plumbing and bathroom products but that's just the start. We're a major public company with over 8,000 people, 800 locations and 10 business lines across Australia, New Zealand and North America. As an essential service, our business has never been more important to community health and hygiene.Logistics, technology and marketing are our core strengths. But we also have an in-house creative agency, innovation centre and an insight hub. This broad skill base helps us solve customer problems in unique ways as we enter new markets.We thrive on new ideas and are on the hunt for Graduates with the energy and passion to make things happen. We are specialists beyond taps and baths. We create many of our own products and brands.And that's where you come inAbout the opportunityWe are currently looking to fill opportunities within our Marketing & Product Marketing graduate teams where you will spend 12 months in an immersive experience developing the skills & knowledge to start a permanent role in one of the following teams:Customer MarketingDigital MarketingProduct MarketingThe 12-month Marketing and Product Marketing graduate program will commence in February 2022.Your Graduate ExperienceOur Graduate Program is purposely designed to equip you with the skills to effectively develop and deploy product strategies across key categories within our business. Here's a breakdown of the program:In your first year, you'll be immersed in the business, working within one or more of our 800+ stores to help you understand our products, learn who our customers are and gain an understanding of our unique and world-class business systems.You'll be allocated a mentor from our Marketing team from day one, to guide your growth and development through the programThroughout the program, you'll follow a structured training plan and receive feedback and support from your mentor and manager as well as ongoing training.In year two, you will transition into your permanent Marketing or Product Marketing role where you will start working on real projects that will build your capabilities and make use of your branch experience.Your experience will be tailored to suit you and your strengths. You'll work side-by-side with some of the best in the business with opportunities to progress your career.Work on meaningful projects and be given real responsibilityLearn and work with some of the world's best marketing technologies in a digital driven environmentEligible to receive profit-sharing after your first yearKey Selection CriteriaWe're seeking recent university graduates with a degree in Marketing, Commerce, Business, Management or International Business. You'll need the following:Marketing knowledge with an interest in current trends and industry developments.An analytical focus with a passion for understanding trends and product developments.Good communication skillsAbility to problem solve and informed make decisionsCan multitask in a fast-paced environmentDemonstrated leadership capabilitiesA team playerA conscientious approach to work. With a demonstrated resilience and passion for reaching your goals.Why Work With UsWe live by our values – we also hire by them and promote by them. Career development is a huge part of our people focus and demonstrated success in the Grad Program will set you up for further growth and development opportunities. A strong, supportive culture underpins everything we do. We're easy going, yet never afraid to take on tough challenges when they come our way.Here are some other reasons why you should consider us:Your experience will be tailored to suit you and your strengthsBe given the responsibility to make decisions with real-time business outcomesStructured learning, development and leadership programsWork for a company with a World Class Employer Satisfaction ScoreYou'll work side-by-side with some of the best in the business with opportunities to progress your careerWork on meaningful projects and be given real responsibilityLearn and work with some of the world's best technologiesUndertake an initial induction where you get to connect with senior leaders and other gradsEligible to receive profit-sharing after your first yearIf you're excited by the idea of working with great people in a thriving business, then Reece may be for you. Put your future first and apply today.
Claims Administrator
HAYS, Melbourne CBD, Melbourne, Victoria
Seeking Claims Administration candidates for Federal Government department, 12 month contracts, APS4 level Your new company My client is a Federal Government department seeking an experienced candidate in claims processing, claims administration or claims management to start in August on a 12-month contract. Structured and supportive training will be provided for the role. Your new role Reporting to the team leader, you will be performing a range of the following duties: Investigate and determine claims using legislation and in accordance with national standards and objectives. Liaise with clients, internal and external stakeholders, including medical centres and legal firms to obtain evidence required to determine claims. Effectively manage claim caseloads in accordance with key performance. What you'll need to succeed To be successful in this role, you will have proven experience in the following: The ideal candidate will have claims processing, case management experience or experience processing applications or client files Experience interpreting legislation and decision-making skills Previous administrative experience within the Federal or State Government is desirable but not required Demonstrated ability to work with set KPI’s. Proficient in Microsoft Office applications and strong IT skills. Candidates must be Australia citizen due to the assignment being with a Federal Government department. What you'll get in return In return you will get secure employment within the Public Sector that will offer you new challenges, variety, great working environments and work-life balance. What you need to do now If you're interested in this role, click 'apply now' to forward an up-to-date copy of your CV or email Jessica.mackiehays.com.au LHS 297508 2432612
Data and Reporting Analyst (VPSG5)
Level Crossing Removal Project, Melbourne, CBD
Location: Melbourne | CBD Job type: Full time / 3 years Organisation: Level Crossing Removal Project Salary: $101,120 - $122,348 Occupation: IT and Telecommunications Reference: VG/025045EX Job posted: 16/07/2021 Closes: 30/07/2021 Occupation: IT and Telecommunications Classification: VPSG5 Job duration: 3 years Contact: Tara McDonald - Talent Acquisition Adviser | 0448 598 553 Reference: VG/025045EX Occupation: IT and Telecommunications Salary Range: $101,120 - $122,348 Work location: Melbourne | CBD LEVEL CROSSING REMOVAL PROJECTAbout the role:Join our purpose – help us shape the lives of Victorians in building safer and more connected communities. The Business Information and Intelligence function pride themselves on their innovative approach to enabling the organisation to make data led decisions. As a Data and Reporting Analyst you will collaborate not just with the LXRP team, but also the wider MTIA community to influence data driven change. Reporting into the Manager, Business Information & Intelligence, you will use tools such as PowerBI and Microsoft Azure's technology stack to analyse data, prepare reports, develop new processes and add value to the decision-making process.Your day will be filled with a variety of tasks, including (but not limited to):Creating new reports and dashboards, as well as identifying improvements to existing reports.Liaising with internal stakeholders to identify their reporting needs and always ensuring the prioritisation of reports based on business requirements.Developing and maintain business intelligence solutions – this includes creating policies around how we collate and analyse data. Building data driven technology solutions leveraging a cutting-edge Azure toolchain that includes Data Factory, Serverless Function and SQL Servers. This role is a 3-year fixed term contract, with flexible working arrangements available. About youWe are interested in people who are passionate about using their analytical skills and experience to generate business insights through data. You will be forward thinking, embrace collaboration and enjoy the art of problem solving. We are looking for candidates with comprehensive experience and understanding of Azure's Data environment, with strong knowledge of PowerBI highly desirable. Any knowledge of the construction or infrastructure industry is beneficial, but not mandatory.Let's get technical! What will we expect from you?Proven knowledge and experience of Azure DevOps Boards (including CI/CD implementations).Experience with writing complex DAX and SQL queries is required to be successful.Demonstrable knowledge of the MS Azure Stack – especially as it pertains to Azure Analysis Service, Azure SQL Server and Azure Data Factory.Knowledge of Azure Functions and C# is advantageous. We are looking for individuals who have a strong sense of purpose in helping the LXRP deliver on transforming the way Victorians live, work and travel. About usAt LXRP, we're not just removing level crossings, we are removing barriers and creating legacies for our communities for years to come. Inclusion is a priority for us, and we are committed to creating an employee community that reflects those in which we work.We value our role as leaders to actively increase female representation in the transport sector through practical support, professional development, and exposure to career opportunities.We are proud leaders and participants of internship programs that provide opportunities to people who identify as LGBTIQ, people living with a disability, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders, refugees or asylum seekers or people from low socioeconomic backgrounds.We offer and encourage flexible work practices and purchased leave arrangements for all our employees to support wellbeing, family or carer commitments or other personal circumstances.We place great importance on growth, empowering our people to enhance their knowledge, capability and experience through continual learning, formal training and lessons learned.Health, safety and wellbeing are at the heart of what we do. We focus on the physical, mental and emotional wellbeing of our people to create a safe and healthy workplace for everyone, every day, everywhere. What next?If we've sparked your interest, introduce yourself by submitting a cover letter, CV and response to the brief questionnaire via the ‘apply now' link. That's enough, we do not need you to provide key selection criteria.Please note that candidates may undergo pre-employment screening as part of the recruitment process. You can read more on that here. Need more information?Click ‘apply' to view and download the full job description detailsVisit us: levelcrossings.vic.gov.auFollow us: LinkedIn I Facebook I Instagram I YouTubeFor specifics about the technical aspects of the role contact Zafar Issadeen – 0433660540.For all other queries, contact Tara McDonald – Talent Acquisition Adviser – 0448 598 553.If you are interested and need assistance with accessibility you can contact us at lxrp-recruitment@levelcrossings.vic.gov.au or call 0448 598 553.
Australia Energy Transformation - Program Associate - Melbourne / Sydney
The Sunrise Project, Melbourne
Job descriptionLocation: Sydney or MelbourneRemuneration: Depending on experience (including unpaid and other experiences) and capacity, the salary range is 79,300 –100,299 (Level 5 )Hours: Full timeReports to: Co-Program DirectorABOUT USDriven by a passion to achieve climate justice, The Sunrise Project is a team of experienced changemakers with a mission to scale social movements to drive the global transition beyond fossil fuels. With programs and staff in Australia, and affiliated programs and staff in Europe, and the US, we have developed a unique model of grant making and campaigning that supports networks of organisations to drive powerful change towards our mission.We have a dynamic and nimble organisational culture and we’re serious about supporting our people to thrive. We move fast and lean into the urgency of the climate challenge.We believe that a diversity of experiences and perspectives will help us build stronger strategies, teams and movements. We strongly encourage First Nations people, people of colour, people living outside of cities, and people living with a disability to apply. We are continually working on becoming a better workplace for everyone. You can read our commitment to this work here.ABOUT YOUYour Head: You have a good eye for detail and a good sense of how to organise multiple calendars, communication channels and competing priorities effectively. You may not be an expert in climate change but have a solid understanding of its importance. You are a clear communicator and have a knack for problem solving or preempting a situation before it becomes a problem.Your Heart: You are empathic to the needs of others and have a desire to be helpful. You genuinely care about the success of others and their initiatives. You have a hunger to play your part in solving climate change.Your Hands: You are good at sensing and making sense of complex conversations. You are experienced in helping in managing contracts, presentations and projects. You are excellent at formatting, proofreading and packaging documentation for specific audiences. You are a master of logistics.ABOUT THE ROLE:This role supports our two Co-Program Directors, who manage the Australian Energy Transformation team whose focus is to accelerate the transition to renewable energy domestically and for exports in an effort to transform Australia into a world leader in climate solutions. You’ll be the ‘chief wrangler’ who’ll bring high-level coordination and support to our team.You’ll need to be a lateral thinker, problem-solver and be super-organised. You’re going to support the Co-Program Directors to prioritise, prepare and follow-through, so developing a deep understanding of our whole organisation, the Australia Energy Transformation programs and the context we’re operating in is going to make all the difference.A big part of the job is to support the Co-Program Directors to help them focus on their highest leverage activities so you’ll need to bring decisive prioritisation and high levels of organisation to schedule their time and tasks. You’ll be engaging closely with everyone from board members, philanthropists, business and NGO leaders, as well as staff at all levels within our organisation. You’ll need a penchant for clear, direct communication, an unflappable nature, and the ability to read people and group dynamics. A knack for writing fast and well is a must - your average day could include everything from dashing off a chatty email to proof-reading a formal grant proposal.KEY RESPONSIBILITIES (YOUR MISSION)Support the Co-Program Directors to manage their workloads, including prioritisation, scheduling and diary management;Support the Co-Program Directors to manage communication in-going and out-going communications with stakeholders;Editing, formatting and proof-reading complex documentation for external stakeholders including governance boards and donors;Managing administration and logistics for virtual and in-person meetings, workshops including complex travel itineraries and timezone management;Provide support to the AET team including preparing and organising meetings, developing agendas and managing follow-through;Provide support in preparing reports and presentations;Apply a strategic mindset to all transactions to help us lead the organisation with the greatest impact; supporting and simplifying our workflows by anticipating what's needed before we do.Collaborate with and provide support, where required, to the Operations administrative, HR and legal functions of Sunrise.REQUIRED SKILLS AND EXPERIENCEAt least five years’ experience in a similar or related role managing executives or senior managersAn advanced level of organisational and project management skills;The ability to prioritise decisively and juggle multiple projects and priorities in a flexible, fast-paced environment;Advanced written and oral communication skills;Intermediate competence with software and tech solutions;Exceptional interpersonal communications skills and high-level emotional intelligence;The ability to understand complex strategic and organisational dynamics;A passion for action on climate change and a commitment to social justice.HOW TO APPLY FOR THIS JOBClick on Apply Now.If you would like to apply using other methods - eg. via a video recording, etc - please get in touch with admin@sunriseproject.org.au, using the subject line: Australia Energy Transformation - Program Associate - Melbourne / Sydney enquiry via EthicalJobs, and we can arrange it.