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Senior ReactJS Developer
Nigel Frank International, Sydney
$130k - $160k + Super. Multiple positions availableJoin a well-known leading brand working on enterprise-scale projectsMelbourne or Sydney CBD locations. Flexible working optionsAbout the company:FRG Technology Consulting in collaboration with our client who are a leading well known digital brand are currently on the lookout for multiple Senior Frontend Engineers to join their team on a permanent basis.They are a global organisation situated out of Australia and headquartered in Melbourne. You will be working across a diverse range of products and projects with the existing engineering team whilst contributing directly to the development of the UI on the various campaigns and being an integral part of the organisation.Responsibilities:Development of applications to the highest standards whilst following defined patterns and and best practices.Participating in Agile ceremonies (Standup, Retro, Sprint Planning, and so on)Collaborating closely with your colleagues to achieve the short and long term goals set out by the teamWorking on various end to end development tasks and contributing directly to the platforms.Key Skills:Strong background working as Frontend Devleoper/Engineer within a commercial setting using React.jsExperience working with Typescript highly regarded.Exposure setting up CI/CD pipelines also a huge bonus.Proficient working with fundamental Frontend technologies (HTML, CSS, Javascript)Be able to work autonomously and also be a collaborative team player.Whats on offer:Internal career advancement opportunities with a growing company.Work with like-minded, ambitious individuals in a tight-knit team.Excellent remuneration package based on level of experience.Chance to work on a diverse range of greenfield projectsWork from home (within Melbourne)This position is interviewing now and is available for an immediate start.*Please mention your VISA Status/Working Rights in your Resume*Neros Gorges(03) 8592 0507n.gorges@frgconsulting.com https://www.linkedin.com/in/nerosgorges/
2022/2023 Expressions of Interest - Vacationer Program - Data Analytics
KordaMentha, Sydney, NSW
Different Mindset. Different Opportunity.At KordaMentha, we're known for doing things differently. And we're known for coming up with bold new ways to help clients solve their most complex commercial problems.We help clients throughout their lifecycle. We help them grow and maximize value. We help protect them against financial loss and reputational damage. And we help them recover value in tough times.At KordaMentha, we provide the opportunity to work on interesting and varied engagements, where no two days are the same.By joining us as a vacationer, you will become part of a unique, creative, and entrepreneurial team that works together to solve complex business problems. You will be given the opportunity to engage in a supportive environment where you're encouraged to ask "what if?" and "why not?" to find new ways to help clients grow, protect and recover value. Best of all, you'll learn from a diverse group of people while we invest in your study and training. You may only be here for a short time, but you will get exposure to a wide variety of tasks and by the end of the placement, you'll have a really good understanding of the industry and whether this is something you'd like to do as a graduate career!Your opportunity: Data AnalyticsOur forensic group uncovers, analyzes, and clarifies facts at the center of disputes, investigations, and other sensitive matters. We are one of the largest teams of forensic investigators, forensic accountants, and forensic technology specialists in Asia-Pacific and are regularly called on to provide evidence insensitive, high-profile disputes and investigations.This vacationer's role is to work in Data Analytics as part of the national team. You can do your placement from either Sydney, Melbourne, or Perth.What you'll be doingAs a Data Analyst vacationer, you will assist a wide variety of teams with data analytic services including investigations, legal disputes, consulting, and corporate recovery. This will involve the analysis of large data sets from various data sources including financial and operational systems.You'll have the chance to learn from some of the best in the business and gain skills with programs you have only touched on at university.But it's not all about work. You'll be given a buddy to help you navigate office life as you settle in. We have regular catch-ups with People and Culture to ensure you are getting the most out of your placement. We host regular events and activities, bringing together our close-knit team in a friendly and relaxed environment so you can get to know the people behind the professionals.About youYou will be a student in your penultimate year of study and will have:a bachelor's degree with strong academic results, in either Information Technology, Data Analytics, Computer Science or Accountingstrong data analysis and problem-solving skills with the ability to interpret findings or identify key data insights;wide database knowledge and a working understanding of database construction/ schemas;ability to work with, generate and conceptualize data visualizations and data dashboards using visualization tools;a willingness to learn from the experienced professionals in the teambe available for 4 or 8 weeks between late November 2021 and late January 2022eligibility to live and work in Australia (Australian citizens and permanent residents only)Applications close 31 August 2021
Project Coordinator - Primary Care COVID-19 Community Pathways
COORDINARE, All Canberra ACT, Wollongong, Illawarra & South Co ...
Drive and support services for improved health outcomes6-month contract | 2 roles - 1 x Wollongong or Nowra, 1 x Moruya or QueanbeyanSuit candidates with strong clinical & stakeholder engagement skills The OrganisationCOORDINARE is the Primary Health Network (PHN) for South Eastern NSW, supporting primary care in the region to be person-centred, accessible, equitable, safe, comprehensive, population orientated and coordinated across all parts of the health system.COORDINARE provides a unique blend of private and public perspectives and innovative thinking, which aims to ultimately transform the health of people in the region. COORDINARE is a change agent that uses its influence to create a coordinated regional health system, with the ultimate outcome being healthy, resilient communities.Benefits & CultureCompetitive salary and generous salary packaging benefits Culture focused on improvement and driving system change Professional development opportunities Flexible work practices and office locationsThe RoleThis role will strive to ensure COVID positive community care pathways are fit for purpose. You will work in partnership with key stakeholders to develop and implement robust primary care pathways that support the care of COVID positive people in the community.Key accountabilities in the role are;Ensure effective, appropriate and safe models of care are delivered Ensure community care pathways support at-risk populations Work in partnership with the Local Health District and GP’s Develop consumer understanding and confidence of COVID positive community care Coordinate primary care education and implement community care pathwaysSkills RequiredYou have demonstrated experience within the primary/community health setting, aged care, or human services and can translate complex information, policies, and guidelines. You are a strong collaborator, thrive in dynamic environments and are adept at working with at-risk and vulnerable populations, key subject matter experts and stakeholders.Additionally, your background will include:The delivery of projects in complex and specialised environments Relevant tertiary qualification & strong interpersonal, oral, and written skills Strong stakeholder engagement with a proven ability to build relationships Working with a range of IT such as databases for information management NSW driver’s licence and a willingness to travel which may include overnight Ability to work under pressure, prioritise commitments and meet critical deadlines
Store Support Coordinator - Full Time - David Jones Warringah Mall
DAVID JONES, North Sydney, New South Wales
Reporting directly to the Support Manager, you will effectively engage with internal and external stakeholders within the store and across the business to coordinate facilities management, administration tasks and WHS.- Perform and supervise all tasks related to cash management- Advocate of WHS to support a safe environment for workers, contractors and customers- Ensuring completion and maintenance of documentation, minutes to meetings and training records- Support company initiatives related to sustainability- Coordinate required contractor services within the store- Overseeing facilities contractors to ensure a safe and clean environment for our customers to shop and our people to work- Work with the team to ensure we deliver seamless service to every customer- Ensure our customers are the central consideration of all decisions, processes and proceduresWe are looking for that little bit extra, so join us if you:- Thrive on teamwork and collaboration- Have good attention to detail- Have strong written, listening and spoken communication skills- Are self-motivated and diligent- Have the ability to multi-task and meet deadlines- Have great analytical skills and financial nous- Have great organisation skills
Food Production Team Leader
Veritas Recruitment, Sydney, South West & MCorridor
Immediate start 2.30om to 10.30pmBanksmeadow Location $80K to $90K package Or client that is based at Banksmeadow is looking for a Food Production Supervisor. The company has a strong focus on team member safety, quality and continuous improvement whilst ensuring that customers' security of supply, quality, availability of product and value for money expectations are met. The primary functions are to develop the technical capability of team members and ensure the delivery of best practice operational standards. Monday to Friday 2.30pm to 10.30pmLead and supervise up to 16 Process workersMaintain a safe working environment and adherence to GMP standardsAdhere to process parameters, specifications, and standardsIdentify non-conformances and initiate corrective action immediatelyAssist in the development of Best Practice Standard Work InstructionsIf you have experience retail ready meal processing environment or FMCG then please call Adrian on 02 7904 1557 or email me your resume.
SHE & Quality Manager - Maternity Leave Contract
Nestlé, North Sydney, NSW, AU
Are you ready to bring a little extraordinary into your life? At Nespresso, we blend vibrant people and products together to create careers that elevate coffee and your everyday. It's just the beginning of how we transform lives with every cup. Because a Nespresso cup of coffee can deliver an extraordinary experience while creating greater value for both society and the environment.  We have an exciting opportunity for a SHE and Quality Manager to join our high performing Nespresso Operations Team located in North Sydney on a fixed term contract until the end of January 2023.We are looking for a passionate and experienced SHE and Quality Manager who …Will be driving awareness and compliance to Nestle/Nespresso guidelines, standards and Local regulatory requirements relating to Safety & Health, Food Safety and Quality. In this unique role, you will collaborate with all levels of the organisations to integrate Safety, Health, Environment and Quality into everything we do to maintain consumer trust and preference in the market. You will have a genuine passion to embed a robust safety culture and deliver high quality products & services. The ideal candidate will have experience as a SHE or Quality Manager with experience rolling out or maintaining Management Systems in the FMCG industry. Knowledge of Integrated Management Systems (ISO 45001, ISO 14001 and ISO 9001) and  Australian/New Zealand Safety, Health & Environment Regulations is essential to be successful in the role. Reporting to the Head of Customer Care & Services your responsibilities will include: Implementing corporate SHE & Quality vision and strategy to support commercial objectives. Driving strategic initiatives leading to continuous improvement in SHE & Quality performance. Ensuring that the ISO certified Integrated Management Systems is consistently aligned with local Nestle, HQ and communicated to all relevant stakeholdersDriving the Nespresso SHE strategy in the market including: Boutiques, Trade Point of Sales, Events, Service Partners, Warehouses, Outsourced Partners and Offices.Investigating incidents/accidents, identify root causes and propose corrective actionsMaintaining and testing Nespresso’s incident & crisis management systemContinuously monitor budget spend of the TQM department as per Operational Plan (OP), respecting corporate audit guidelinesHow you will be rewarded…With respect at our core, our employees have the space to be innovative and unique - all while working together as a vibrant and dynamic team. It's part of what makes working here an excellent experience, including the way we give back to our employees.Monthly Nespresso product credit and Welcome Gift Staff discounts across the Nespresso product range  Staff Recognition through our GreatNes awards Interested? Apply Now!Please note: To be considered for this role you must have full working rights within the relevant location. Nespresso is committed to a diverse and inclusive workplace that respects and supports people to perform at their best and develop their full potential.
Project Manager Fit Out
Astrum Recruitment, Sydney, North Shore & Northern Beaches
THE CLIENT   Our client are a leading National Construction & Refurbishment company working across the commercial, hospitality, education, industrial and health sectors. They’ve built their reputation by being the go-to client focused partner in the industry with extensive experience across Construction, Fit-out & Refurbishment. Due to unprecedented growth in NSW, they are currently seeking an experienced Project Manager to join their team in Sydney.  RESPONSIBILITIES     Reporting to the Construction Manager you will work on fit-out and refurbishment projects ranging from $1M - $10M and be responsible for; End-to-end project management from inception to handover  Driving meaningful relationships with key stakeholders at every stage of the project delivery lifecycle Manage project costs including cash flow, budget approvals and invoicing Apply risk and opportunity management to all key decisions for the project ABOUT YOU As the Project Manager you will have a trade background and/or a building & construction qualification and will also have; Similar Project experience with Tier 2/Tier 3 Fit-out company Minimum 3-5 years experience as a Project Manager Great communication skills for client relationship building A proven track record in delivering projects from $1m - $10m THE OFFER You will be a key member of an innovative and dynamic organisation that offers variety and the opportunity to have an impact. You will be offered a competitive remuneration package including mobile phone, laptop with a genuine opportunity for career development. Should you wish to explore this opportunity please Click APPLY or email me directly at julie.faddoul@astrumrecruitment.com Successful applicants will be contacted.
Graduate Software Developer 2022 - Sydney
Thoughtworks AU, Sydney, NSW
Want to work in an inclusive, supportive environment where you can freely voice your ideas and opinions?Thoughtworks is a global software consultancy with an aim to create a positive impact on the world through technology. Our community of technologists thinks disruptively to deliver pragmatic solutions for our clients' most complex challenges. We are curious minds who come together as collaborative and inclusive teams to push boundaries, free to be ourselves and make our mark in tech.Our developers have been contributing code to major organisation and open source projects for over 25 years. They’ve also been writing books, speaking at conferences and helping push software development forward, changing companies and even industries along the way. We passionately believe that software quality is driven by open communication, review and collaboration. That’s why we’re such vehement supporters of open source and have made significant contributions to open source tools for testing, continuous delivery (GoCD), continuous integration (CruiseControl), machine learning and healthcare. As consultants, we work with our clients to ensure we’re evolving their technology and empowering adaptive mindsets to meet their business goals. You could influence the digital strategy of a retail giant, build a bold new mobile application for a bank or redesign platforms using event sourcing and intelligent data pipelines. You will learn how to apply the latest Lean and Agile thinking, create pragmatic solutions to solve mission-critical problems and challenge yourself every day. Our entry-level consultants jumpstart their careers with Thoughtworks University (TWU): a three-week training program in India or China (virtual at present). When you return home, the Graduate Engagement Lead provides continual onboarding support and further dedicated learning time, to help you grow into your new role at Thoughtworks.You’ll spend time on the following:You will pair to write clean and iterative code using practices like TDD, SOLID principles, OO design, and pair programmingYou will use continuous delivery practices to improve software delivery speedYou will work in collaborative, product-focused teams to build innovative customer experiences for a variety of clientsLearn, digest and subsequently apply the latest technology thinking from our tech radar to solve client problemsTackle a variety of challenges for clients of all industries, while collaborating with new teammates from diverse backgroundsHere’s what we’re looking for:You have less than 1 year of professional experience working as a developerYou understand analysis, design, coding and OO conceptsYou thrive in a collaborative and non-hierarchical environment You have a passion for learning and a desire to create meaningful solutions for business problemsYou’re resilient in ambiguous situations and can approach challenges from multiple perspectivesCandidates must hold Australian/ New Zealand Citizenship or Australian Permanent Residency at the time of application.Applications are currently open to May and June 2022 Intake.
IT Service Desk Analyst
The Sax Institute, Sydney
Job descriptionNot for profit sectorProfessional, friendly and supportive environmentGreat office located in Glebe, NSW (with flexible work arrangements available)3 year contract – with possibility of extensionAbout the Sax InstituteThe Sax Institute is an independent, not-for-profit organisation that improves health and wellbeing by driving better use of evidence in policies, programs and services.We have an international reputation as an Evidence Specialist, and nearly 20 years’ experience in translating research findings into policy drawing on our own expertise as well as that of our more than 50 member organisations. We work with governments, health organisations, research organisations and a network of experts nationwide to analyse policy problems and find the best evidence-based solutions.Our IT team is a pivotal part of our organisation and provides both technology solutions to our 90 staff and support to one of our key business lines - the Secure Unified Research Environment (SURE). The SURE is a high-powered computing environment developed to help make best use of our national knowledge base and provides external researchers with secure remote access to virtual machines – check out the video below learn more about this incredible computing environment!About the roleA great opportunity exists for someone who is looking to build on their IT /Helpdesk experience and knowledge while working for a company that is helping to make a real difference to the health of all Australians.Working with an organisation that has a dynamic and growing need for the use of technology, this is a hands on role which will provide you with an opportunity to extend your support skills and contribute to a diverse range of IT projects across a variety of different technologies.The role will allow you to problem solve, interact with both internal and external customers and continue to gain experience in a range of technologies.Although no two days will be the same, responsibilities will include:Acting as the main point of contact for all internal IT questions – providing support to all staff and troubleshooting any issues that they have with their IT systems.Providing IT support to all SURE clientsCompleting hardware and software setup and delivery for staff – including set up of equipment for new starters, providing tech support for meeting rooms and assisting SURE clients with connection to the platformWorking with the IT team to identify and deliver on solutions and projects that enhance the IT experience for all employeesProviding training and assistance to colleagues to build their IT knowledgeSelection CriteriaWe are looking for a proactive and dedicated IT professional to fill this position who has the following experience and current skill set:Experience in an IT Service Desk, including recording, assigning and resolving incidentsExperience providing 1st and 2nd Level IT support for Microsoft 365 products and common desktop applicationsA positive, proactive, flexible and customer-oriented approach to IT service and supportStrong time-management skills; ability to complete multiple tasks in a proactive, timely and efficient mannerProfessional communication skills, both verbal and writtenWell-developed problem-solving skillsAbility to exercise utmost confidentiality and a commitment to compliance and security at all timesDemonstrate behaviours aligned to the Institute’s values – Collaboration, Independence, Innovation, Impact and RespectExperience in deployment of Windows operating systems / applications and Active Directory/user administration skills would also be highly regarded.If this sounds interesting, please go to the Careers Opportunities page of our website to read more about the position.A position description is attached.Please contact Melissa Plant at melissa.plant@saxinstitute.org.au using the subject line: IT Service Desk Analyst enquiry via EthicalJobs if you have further questions about the role.The Sax Institute is an Equal Opportunity Employer.