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Executive Director - Impact & Patient Programs
Canteen, Sydney
Ensure young people receive world class support when cancer upends their livesJoin a dynamic executive team and partner with young leaders to deliver changeWould suit candidates from health, allied health or university backgrounds The RoleProviding strategic advice to the CEO and executive team, you will move the organisation forward in the development and implementation of impact measurement, reporting and the translation of research to achieve the most effective care, services, programs and approach to advocacy for young people dealing with either their own or a family member’s cancer.You will lead and empower a skilled and dedicated team to drive continued improvement in service user experience, clinical outcomes and research planning, and consult and collaborate across the organisation to inform and communicate Canteen’s impact internally and to key government, health and community sector audiences and the wider community.As part of the executive leadership team, you’ll provide data and insights to contribute to strategic planning and implementation, change and risk management and sustainability. You will also provide executive oversight for and support the rollout of the Adolescent and Young Adult (AYA) 2033 vision, Youth Cancer Service (YCS) patient programs and clinical trials initiatives, national AYA patient database project, key advisory groups and delivery of the Global AYA Cancer Congress.Benefits and CultureHighly regarded, well-funded, national organisation | extensive professional development opportunities Empowering, supportive culture | Sydney Inner West location with some WFH flexibility Attractive salary and benefits including tax-effective salary packaging and 5.6 weeks leaveSkills RequiredYou are an influential leader who combines critical and creative thinking with high order collaborative skills and a demonstrated capacity to empower high performing teams to achieve organisational objectives.With proven ability to translate strategy into action, you’re skilled in engaging others in your vision and have a successful track record in impact measurement that informs advocacy and program development, ideally within a health or cancer related field. Together with the design and implementation of evidence-based client centred frameworks, you have experience in:Building relationships and engagement to bring together stakeholders in support of common goals Overseeing diverse methodological research projects (qualitative and quantitative) Reviewing and interpreting literature on research and policy to construct advice and strategy Reporting and providing strategic advice at executive and board level Clinical practice in social, allied health and/or health fieldThe OrganisationFor almost 40 years Canteen has been at the forefront of supporting young people (12-25 years) who are cancer patients as well as young people dealing with the diagnosis of a parent or sibling with cancer.Canteen’s purpose is to be in the corner of every young person impacted by cancer. This has driven the development and implementation of a wide range of pioneering interventions, including psychosocial and peer support programs, a world-leading, national hospital-based specialist, youth-specific treatment and support initiative, cutting-edge clinical trials and the recently launched Cancer Hub.Canteen is in an exciting growth phase underpinned by an ambitious 5-year strategic plan with significant focus on cross organisational collaboration to inspire practice change and harness medical, digital and technical innovation in response to the enormous challenges that cancer brings. Canteen’s advocacy continues to shape treatment and support initiatives while meaningful partnerships focus on delivering better outcomes for young people and their families.
Chief Executive Officer
Variety, Sydney
Improve outcomes for vulnerable and disadvantaged childrenDrive strategic vision and diversify and develop the fundraising programWould suit candidates from a fundraising or marketing environment The OrganisationVariety NSW is the household name children’s charity that empowers children living in Australia who are sick, experiencing disadvantaged or have a disability to live, laugh and learn.When government assistance isn’t available Variety provide families support through grants for mobility equipment and wheelchairs, community devices and education aids, scholarships in sports and the arts, and therapy services.For almost 50 years Variety’s vision has been to create a future where every child, regardless of circumstance or ability, can be supported, included and equal. Each year, thousands of children who are sick, experiencing disadvantage or living with a disability, get support from Variety – the Children’s Charity, when they need it most.The RoleWorking as part of Varieties federated model, the CEO of NSW will deliver inspired leadership across the organisation to diversify and develop gross revenue and funds, whilst increasing cause and brand awareness and market penetration.With the board of directors, you will assist in defining and implementing the strategy and business plans, whilst ensuring the organisations structure and processes meet strategic and cultural needs. You will be the public face of Variety NSW and will work closely with the community, media, and donors.Reporting to the board, your focus areas will be:-Leading the business development, events, and fundraising teams to create growth and diversification and establishing a clear donor value proposition. Ensuring effective management of risk, compliance, and governance to meet all legal obligations. Developing the company culture. Nurturing, developing and motivating employees, volunteers, and stakeholders towards common goals. Skills RequiredYou are an experienced, entrepreneurial CEO, ideally with experience in the not-for-profit sector. You have a proven ability to evaluate and deliver income and marketing plans to increase the gross income of an organisation.You are a charismatic leader, with a sense of vision and ideally possess a strong understanding of the various methods of fundraising or are able to demonstrate success in generating organisational income in some way as part of your career success. With your strong communication skills, you have the ability to influence a large stakeholder and volunteer base. You will also have :Experience with corporate governance Media and presentation skills Negotiation and lobbying skills Knowledge of general finance and budgeting All candidates will need a Current Working with Children Check, Police Check and a NSW Driver’s LicenseIf driving impact to improve the lives of vulnerable and disadvantaged children and their families is your next career and personal challenge, please phone Hayley Martin on 02 8243 0570 or submit your cover letter, responding to the skills required above and CV quoting #1076265 Please note there is no formal closing date for this role,
Embedded Test Analyst
Michael Page, Sydney
Collaborate with the product dev team to define test requirements and specs for embedded systems within medical devices.Design and implement test strategies, plans and procedures for embedded systems.Conduct thorough testing of systems to identify defects, performance bottlenecks, and ensure compliance with regulatory requirements.Develop and maintain test cases, test scripts and test environments, considering various use cases and scenarios.Utilise Altium for hardware design verification and testing, ensuring seamless integration with the embedded systems.Develop and execute firmware testing, validating the functionality and performance of systems.Utilise JIRA for issue tracking and bug reporting, ensuring timely resolution and efficient communication within the dev team.Analyse and report test results, providing clear feedback to the dev team and stakeholders.Solid experience in Embedded systems testing.Strong knowledge of Integration testing.Experience with automated testing frameworks and scripting using Python.Knowledge of C/C++, GIT and JIRAExposure to Altium, RTOS and Win CEStrong knowledge of embedded systems concepts, including firmware, software, and hardware integration.Hold a Bachelor's degree or equivalent
Brand Manager
Michael Page, Sydney
Marketing PlansProtect and enhance the brand image of the managed portfolioDevelop comprehensive launch and animation calendars to drive growth across all channelsProactively identify gaps in the plan and propose ATL and BTL programs to activate the brandsEnsure efficient implementation of ATL and BTL actions at the market levelPresent category expansion opportunities to retailersProvide monthly reports on net sales, retail sales, and competitor analysisCollaborate with Senior Marketing Manager to align brand strategy with overall initiativesLead and influence internal and external stakeholders for successful plan implementationDeliver strategy presentations to key accounts and at sales conferencesSupport sales team with in-store tools to enhance sell-throughLead and train Marketing Executive, setting clear goals and responsibilitiesBudgetingDevelop brand portfolio budget aligned with business objectivesMonitor and track monthly brand spend to ensure compliance with approved budgetsForecastingSupport annual forecasting of new products in collaboration with Commercial and Operation teamsCreate forecast planners with performance benchmarkingSet launch guidelines and align with A&P strategiesEstimate prices based on global indicatorsForecast marketing collateral needsCommunicate forecast changes to HQ when necessaryCollaborate with operations team to ensure timely and accurate forecastsMedia ManagementLead media planning and adaptation of global strategies to regional market realitiesWork with local media agency to implement media campaignsTrack and manage media invoices within budgetPublic RelationsDevelop impactful PR strategies for the brand portfolioCollaborate with PR agency to implement activationsCultivate a network of influencers aligned with brand identityProvide PR clippings to brand teams at HQPricingAssist with pricing analysis and recommendationsUpdate price lists in the pricing portalMonitor competitor pricing strategies and market trendsCoordinate with Sales and Finance teamsExperience:Solid experience in a brand management, category management or similar level marketing role (minimum 3 years)Luxury/FMCG background highly regardedExperience working within the relevant channel of distributionEducation: Degree holder in Marketing / Business AdministrationLanguages: EnglishSpecific Knowledge required:High level of energy, passion and forward thinkingEntrepreneurial mindsetStrong communication skillsSystem and process drivenStrong analytical, thinking and problem-solving skillsAbility to work under pressure and timelinesAdvanced Word, Excel and PowerPoint skills
Senior Account Manager
Michael Page, Sydney
The Senior Account Manager is tasked with setting up a new operational model and agency roster to deliver creative services for the ANZ marketing team. The business is in the process of moving to a combination of internal/freelance and a specialist agencies. You will work within a large internal team to support this process.Offboard our current lead creative agency and manage the process to onboard a new agency;Offboarding: Ensure all intangible assets are collected; oversee completion of all current SOWs; ensure finances are finalisedNew agency: finalise onboarding of new agency including helping manage procurement processes; set up operations; upskill agency with the business brandSet up work flow processes for the new internal creative team ( from 1 to 3 people);Traffic management processesProject management processesBuild-out a virtual freelance team who can operate as our trusted creatives.Expand the current portfolio of 5 freelancers to more cohesive pods of designers & writersSet-up and manage financial processes relating to managing the team Set up day-to-day operational cadence by acting as the primary point of contact for 25 marketers and 4 agencies. Setting up this process so it can be passed on to a traffic manager in the future. Review briefs and develop creative briefs ready for creative teamsGive feedback to clients to help improve the quality of briefsTraffic manage and facilitate the completion of campaigns at any one timeManage creative agency relationshipsExperience in a digital agency will be highly regardedAbility to build relationships with stakeholders and partnersExperience with Project/Traffic Management processesCapability to easily review creative briefs Great attention to detail and time managementA fantastic communicator with great writing skills
Senior Payroll Officer
, Sydney
Join a well-respected company that provides support and career growth |Join a dynamic workspace with hybrid working arrangements. Located in the heart of one of the world's most iconic cities, my client stands as a symbol of innovation, excellence, and limitless possibilities. With its stunning architectural design, state-of-the-art facilities, and unrivalled commitment to delivering exceptional events, they have firmly established itself as a global leader in the convention and exhibition industry. They are continuously growing and striving for innovation, there has never been a better time to join!The successful candidate will have one direct report and be responsible for the accurate and timely processing of payroll for a large number of employees, as well as ensuring compliance with relevant legislation and company policies.Key responsibilities:Process a high volume of payroll transactions accurately and efficientlyRespond to payroll queries from employees and management in a timely and professional mannerEnsure compliance with all relevant legislation and company policiesLiaise with the finance team to ensure accurate and timely payment of wages and associated taxesAssist with the preparation of reports and analysis of payroll dataThe ideal candidate will possess the following skills and experience:Previous experience in a high-volume payroll roleExperience in Micropay and/or Humanforce is preferredExcellent attention to detail and accuracyGood communication and interpersonal skillsStrong analytical and problem-solving skillsOur client provides a range of benefits for the successful candidate:Attractive and competitive salary package Working from home flexibility Opportunities for career progression Join a diverse and collaborative teamThis role is an opportunity to be part of a dynamic, inspiring, and forward-thinking organisation. With its exceptional facilities, commitment to professional development, diverse workforce, and focus on sustainability, my client offers a rewarding and enriching career experience.
Financial Advisor Sydney
Prestige IFA Careers Offshore, Sydney, NSW, AU
Does your current job provide you with the best possible opportunity to succeed professionally and financially? Are you looking for an environment ready to match your ambitions? Do you want to join a team of experienced licensed professionals with a strong work ethic utilising cutting edge analysis tools and client management systems?As a privately owned, independent investment boutique, my client provides retirement planning and investment advice to the expatriate market in Australia, and are specialists in UK pension transfers.As a result of continued growth they are extending their team of experienced Financial Advisers based in Sydney, where they offer services for the large and affluent expatriate communities in Australia.We are looking for highly motivated, successful Independent Financial Advisers already living on location or ready to relocate.Do you want to move your career to a company that will:• Recognise your efforts with excellent potential earnings• Give you access to a vast market ensuring excellent earning potential• Share ongoing fees• Provide you with qualified online leads and back office assistance• Provide continuous first class business development and financial trainingTheir financial advisers are committed to providing our clients with a first class experience. You will assess their needs regarding financial planning and wealth management issues, advise on appropriate products from top global financial institutions and offer tailored solutions. Through face to face meetings you will help our clients realise their financial goals.My client expects the very best from their advisers and they know that to be successful with then you will:• Pride yourself on your track record of achieving and exceeding targets in the financial services sector• Use your excellent communication skills to listen to, assess and connect to clients• Thrive in a challenging role using your drive and determination to personally succeed• Use your experience, maturity and wisdom to ensure client commitment and lasting relationshipsSKILLS REQUIRED:• Proven ability to work closely with HNI people remotely• Can generate business• Can deal with problems and challenges while staying calm• Relevant IFA qualifications are strongly preferred, but not essential if the candidate can clearly demonstrate the desire and ability gain their qualifications in a timely manner.IDEAL CANDIDATE:• UK qualified financial advisors with experience in advising UK expatriates• Has built or grown business by their own efforts• Worked under sales pressure• Provided complex financial advice• Enjoys a challenge• Has ability to deal with business risk• Has been recognised for achievements in business growth / sales• Can identify things they have done• Can turn data into a sales story• Can understand complex financial information• Consistent drive to move things forwardPlease note: This position is NOT for someone from the accounting / auditing or financial management profession. This is a client facing, sales and targets driven profession. Please only apply if you have the required investment product sales experience. UK level 4 CISI financial services qualifications preferable.