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To get the best candidate experience, please consider applying for a maximum of 3 roles within 12 months to ensure you are not duplicating efforts.Job CategorySalesJob DetailsAbout SalesforceFounded in 1999, Salesforce is the global leader in Customer Relationship Management (CRM). Companies of every size and industry are using Salesforce to transform their businesses, across sales, service, marketing, commerce, and more by connecting with customers in a whole new way. We harness technologies that can revolutionize companies, careers, and, hopefully, our world.Salesforce is built on a set of four core values: Trust, Customer Success, Innovation, and Equality. By making technology more accessible, we're helping create a future with greater opportunity and equality for all. This has taken our company to great heights, including being named one of the FORTUNE "100 Best Companies to Work For®" 2020 - 12 years in a row.There are those who choose to work with the best and brightest. And then, there are those who want to do more than just a job. They are the ones improving lives, not only their careers. Having an impact now instead of later. Doing something that's so much bigger than themselves, an industry, and their company.We believe everyone can be a Trailblazer. Join Salesforce and discover a future of new opportunities.About TeamAs a Business Development Representative within the verticals, you will be aligned to one following:Financial ServicesHealthcare & Life SciencesRetail & Consumer GoodsMarketing CloudAbout RoleGenerating new business pipeline through prospecting outbound opportunitiesGaining interest through outbound cold callingSpeaking to the Customer 360 Platform across a set of existing Salesforce customers and breaking into net new logos in your assigned territoryThey do this by...Partnering closely with Account Executives to identify and source net new pipeline that leads to closed revenue and quota attainmentDiscovering business initiatives and acting as their internal advocateBuilding a point of view on how to help qualify customers needsSpeaking to value and return on investment vs. technical functionalityBuilding credibility and trust with internal and external stakeholdersLearning how to anticipate and prepare for objectionsDemonstrating adaptability and flexibility as part of an ever-growing sales organizationManaging a high volume of accounts with a strategy on prioritization of your accounts and timeResearching and understanding various lines of business and personasPreferred Qualifications Average years of experience required - 2 years of professional sales experienceExperience prospecting and cold calling into a large list of accounts that are a hybrid of net new and installConsistent achievement of year over year quota attainment in new revenueOur investment in youWorld class enablement and on-demand training - check out Trailhead.com for a sneak peek!Sandler Sales TrainingWeek-long product bootcampFast Ramp mentorship programWeekly 1:1 coaching with your leadershipClear path to promotion with accelerated leadership development programExposure to executive thought leaders with a passion for living our valuesVolunteer Opportunities: Have you heard of our 1:1:1 model, focused on giving back to the community? The successes in giving back have helped us and our Trailblazer community become a leader in philanthropy, culture, and innovation. We are one of the World's Most Innovative Companies, according to Forbes, we are #1 in PEOPLE's Top 50 Companies that Care, and are on on Fortune's Change the World list. Values create value. Our values helped drive our revenue number to $13.28 billion dollars in FY19.We have a public-facing website that explains our various benefits for:Health BenefitsFinancial Benefits and perksTime off & leave policiesParental benefitsPerks and discountsVisit https://www.getsalesforcebenefits.com/en for the full breakdown!AccommodationsIf you require assistance due to a disability applying for open positions please submit a request via this Accommodations Request Form.Posting StatementAt Salesforce we believe that the business of business is to improve the state of our world. Each of us has a responsibility to drive Equality in our communities and workplaces. We are committed to creating a workforce that reflects society through inclusive programs and initiatives such as equal pay, employee resource groups, inclusive benefits, and more. Learn more about Equality at Salesforce and explore our benefits.Salesforce.com and Salesforce.org are Equal Employment Opportunity and Affirmative Action Employers. Qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender perception or identity, national origin, age, marital status, protected veteran status, or disability status. Salesforce.com and Salesforce.org do not accept unsolicited headhunter and agency resumes. Salesforce.com and Salesforce.org will not pay any third-party agency or company that does not have a signed agreement with Salesforce.com or Salesforce.org.Salesforce welcomes all.Salary: . Date posted: 01/04/2022 02:25 PM
Publicity and Promotions Manager, WA, Perth (1 Year FTC)
NBC Universal, Sydney, Any
Position OverviewNBCUniversal, a Comcast Corporation, and is one of the worldâ€-trade;s leading media and entertainment companies in the development, production, and marketing of entertainment, news, and information to a global audience.To project manage WA publicity and promotion activity on film campaigns for the Universal Pictures and Warner Bros slate of films. To coordinate the WA campaign to ensure it is in-line with the over all national strategic direction.Oversee the WA Publicity and Promotions Coordinator role primarily remotely, delegating and supervising responsibilities for assigned projects.Reporting LineReports to the Publicity Manager, ANZPeople Management1 x WA Publicity -amp; Promotions CoordinatorKey ResponsibilitiesPeople ManagementManage WA Coordinator in terms of film assignment, workload, and overseeing projects ensuring delivering on objectives and standard is best practiseOffering guidance and supporting career development of Coordinator including Performance ReviewsWA Publicity/PromotionsParticipate in marketing team brainstorms to contribute ideas on all campaigns and titles.Set the strategic direction (in line with the national brief) for all publicity -amp; promotional activity in the WA market in consultation with National Publicity Leads and ManagerDevelop story ideas and initiatives to pitch interviews, features, editorial to WA media.Execute the campaign strategy.Develop strong relations with local media and promotions contacts.Deliver local (Perth), regional (WA) publicity, promotional and grassroots activity.Execute strategic media promotional activations as required per film working closely with Marketing to leverage advertising spendsManage and maintain publicity -amp; promotions budget for allocated film projects.Liaise with National Publicity Leads for overseas junket, film festival -amp; set visit nominations. Coordinate stringers and/or local media talent access where possible.Manage the dissemination of publicity materials to media outlets and exhibition.Update National Publicity Leads on a regular basis, on all elements of publicity including reviews and activity from other markets.Manage local radio partnerships and execute paid and contra campaigns on all titles.Work closely with WA exhibition partners to deliver major promotions, WOM and grassroots activity. Coordinate co-op spend with exhibition and Cinema Marketing Executive.Activate local influencer campaigns and secure contra gifting opportunities.Brief and implement campaigns with key suppliers, e.g. influencer agencies, event companies, caterers.Raise Purchase Orders, Contra Tax Invoices as required.Manage guests lists, invitation creation and RSVP process for all screenings via the RSVP systemWA Publicity Tours -amp; Special ProjectsProject manage local talent tours, events, screenings, press conferences, experiential activations and presentations on assigned films as required.Work closely with National Publicity Leads on major screening/experiential activity across allocated films.Manage additional projects as assigned to support National team i.e. talent handling, press -amp; event management, Premieres, experiential or influencer activations etc across both Warner Bros -amp; Universal slate of filmsDigital PublicityDrive influencer relations and publicity specific activations on own projectsWork closely with the Media Lead to maximise digital publicity -amp; promotional activations.Drive promotional creative execution and publicity content distribution strategy.Manage trailer -amp; content breaks in association with Media Lead with launch strategy approved by Marketing DirectorBrand Partnerships -amp; ExhibitionPrize sourcing for media promotions -amp; contra opportunities on non-partnerships focussed films or as required.Work with Partnerships to ensure all opportunities are established to support cinema relations ensuring Universal and Warner Bros product is always well represented. This includes working with CP Exec and Sales to ensure Local Area marketing campaigns are activated as appropriate with exhibition and media.Work with Partnerships Manager -amp; Executive to maximise 3rd Party partnerships when appropriate within the media pub/promo campaign.Performance MeasuresThe delivery of strategic goals and campaign management for assigned projectsThe quality of working relationships both internal/external with media, partners and suppliersThoughtful management of direct reportJob Number 66998BRPosting Category Communications - Public Relations Country AustraliaSub-Business International UPI About Us For almost a century, Universal has been known for its diverse slate of films, including classics such as Jaws, the Jurassic Park series, Mamma Mia, Fast and Furious and Bourne. UPI owns and operates direct theatrical marketing and distribution of feature films in many locations around the globe including Austria, Australia, France, Germany, Italy, Korea, Mexico, Netherlands, Russia, Spain, Switzerland and UK - Eire. In other territories UPI market and distribute movies through its JV offices, as well as in select territories, licensees who are contracted to distribute on UPI\u0027s behalf.NBCUniversal owns and operates over 20 different businesses across 30 countries including a valuable portfolio of news and entertainment television networks, a premier motion picture company, significant television production operations, a leading television stations group, world-renowned theme parks and a premium ad-supported streaming service.Here you can be your authentic self. As a company uniquely positioned to educate, entertain and empower through our platforms, Comcast NBCUniversal stands for including everyone. We strive to foster a diverse and inclusive culture where our employees feel supported, embraced and heard. We believe that our workforce should represent the communities we live in, so that together, we can continue to create and deliver content that reflects the current and ever-changing face of the world. Click here to learn more about Comcast NBCUniversalâ€-trade;s commitment and how we are making an impact.State/Province - - Career Level Experienced,{"QuestionName":"Qualifications/Requirements","SKILLS/EXPERIENCE• Excellent communication, writing and negotiation skills.• Ability to work on own initiative and within national team environment. • Strong work-ethic - results oriented• Excellent organisational skills.• Attention to detail.• Flexibility and adaptability • Creativity and the ability to ‘think outside the squareâ€-trade; • Openness to innovation and process improvement• Solid understanding of social media and the application of publicity and promotions across the digital platform.• Publicity experience within the Film or Entertainment Industry is preferred. • Media promotions experience also favourable.VALUES - Integrity: Do the right thing and treat people right.• Shows respect for others; works openly and fairly • Acts responsibly; demonstrates a high standard of professionalism • Is direct and transparent in business practices and dealings with others- Creativity: The environment and resources to dream new dreams.• Presents bold and innovative ideas â€" asks “what if” and “whatâ€-trade;s next” • Influences and encourages others to think and act creatively • Finds creative ways to use resources, solve problems and grow the business- Teamwork: We are smarter and more dynamic together.• Builds effective working relationships within and across teams• Solicits and values the input and suggestions of others• Is an energizing and contributing member of the team• Takes accountability in the teamâ€-trade;s successes and failures- Pioneering Spirit: The drive to invent the future. • Challenges the status quo and looks for ways to change things for the better• Adapts nimbly and rapidly to new trends and customer needs• Seizes opportunities quickly and is willing to take measured risks• Utilizes all available resources to improve and/or create new ways of working- Ownership: Act like an owner, not a renter.• Drives for results and lives up to commitments • Is passionate about the business, the clients and the products of NBCUniversal.• Aligns personal success with NBCUniversalâ€-trade;s success.","VerityZone":"formtext12","QuestionType":"textarea","ActualValueFromSolar":null}City SydneyNotices NBCUniversalâ€-trade;s policy is to provide equal employment opportunities to all applicants and employees without regard to race, color, religion, creed, gender, gender identity or expression, age, national origin or ancestry, citizenship, disability, sexual orientation, marital status, pregnancy, veteran status, membership in the uniformed services, genetic information, or any other basis protected by applicable law. NBCUniversal will consider for employment qualified applicants with criminal histories in a manner consistent with relevant legal requirements, including the City of Los Angeles Fair Chance Initiative For Hiring Ordinance, where applicable.NBCUniversal is an equal opportunity employer and will provide reasonable accommodations as required by applicable federal, state, and/or local laws.Salary: . Date posted: 01/10/2022 08:03 AM
Communications Director, ANZ & Pacific Islands
Facebook, Sydney, Any
Facebook's mission is to give people the power to build community and bring the world closer together. Through our family of apps and services, we're building a different kind of company that connects billions of people around the world, gives them ways to share what matters most to them, and helps bring people closer together. Whether we're creating new products or helping a small business expand its reach, people at Facebook are builders at heart. Our global teams are constantly iterating, solving problems, and working together to empower people around the world to build community and connect in meaningful ways. Together, we can help people build stronger communities - we're just getting started.SummaryMeta is seeking an experienced Communications Director to lead our communications efforts in Australia, New Zealand and Pacific Islands. In this role, you will lead the ANZ communications team, and work closely with cross-functional partners in sales, marketing, policy, legal and others to build communications strategies that define our position in Australia, New Zealand and Pacific Islands. You should demonstrate an ability to lead and build high-profile national communications programs, manage corporate and reputation issues across ANZ and Pacific Islands and be highly organized, energetic, and detail-oriented. You will need to have strong managerial skills as you will be leading a small team of outstanding communications professionals in Australia. The successful candidate will have senior experience in a multi-national organisation leading proactive strategies and reactive matters, including executive-level engagement and high profile regional media relations. We want a leader who is passionate about Meta, is an outstanding writer, and has proven track records in leading and high-impact campaigns, complex corporate issues and public affairs matters. This role is based in Sydney, Australia and reports into the VP, Communications, APAC based in Singapore.Required SkillsLead a small team of senior communications professionalsLead the delivery of a long-term communications strategy focused on Meta's overall corporate and reputation, products, platform, business and policy efforts in Australia, New Zealand and Pacific IslandsDeliver senior counsel to cross-functional partners across the various business groups within the company on a broad set of communications matters ranging from key proactive campaigns, media engagement strategy to crisis management.Protect and enhance the reputation of Meta and its productsEffectively manage team budgetsMinimum Qualification15+ years professional communications experience with good understanding and knowledge of Australia and New Zealand media landscape, issues and complexitiesExperience leading a team for a minimum of 6 years characterized by a culture of inclusion and a growth mindset in a fast-paced, pressurised, dynamic and deadline-driven environment, with excellent judgment and negotiation skillsTeam leader with strong leadership, project management, time management and collaboration skillsExperience communicating effectively, collaborating and influencing strategically across cross-functional partners at all levels in a fast-paced environmentAbility to balance multiple competing priorities, with flexibility to pivot/ reprioritise quickly as needs ariseExemplary verbal and written communication skillsPreferred QualificationExperience working for an internet/ technology company or in a communication agency managing technology, government, or large corporate clientsSalary: . Date posted: 01/13/2022 09:30 PM
VOLUNTARY COMPANY SECRETARY
Cufa, Sydney
About the role ABOUT YOUYou are an experienced and skilled Company Secretary that understands the importance of compliance and the provision of expert support to the board of directors and CEO.You understand the importance the company secretary role plays in supporting the effectiveness of the board by monitoring that board policy and procedures are followed, coordinating the timely completion and despatch of board agenda and briefing material, and performing tasks to ensure the board is compliant with Australian corporate law.To be successful you will have a demonstrated ability in effective, compliant company secretary services to boards. You have the capacity to build effective relationships with the CEO and board of directors. You will be an outstanding communicator in-person, over the phone and in writing with the ability to maintain a calm, pleasant and respectful manner with a diverse range of people.RESPONSIBILITIES Act as the appointed Company Secretary;Ensure Cufa is compliant with Australian corporate law;Managing board processes – board and committee papers and circulation of agendas, minutes, discussion papers, proposals for the board and its committees;Ensuring members’ and directors’ meetings are properly called and held (within delegation authority);Ensuring the necessary registers are established and properly maintained and ensuring that the company’s financial records are maintained, and reports prepared in accordance with the requirements of the Act;Ensuring records of members’ and directors’ meetings are kept in compliance with the Act and the organisation’s constitution (within delegation authority);Understanding and ensuring the company complies with its statutory obligations, ensuring requirements of ASIC and ACNC and other regulators are met, including continuous disclosure;Providing or procuring advice for directors regarding application of the Act, company constitution, and other legal and regulatory requirements;Advising the board on good practice in corporate governance;Promoting the compliance framework to safeguard the integrity of the organisation;Counselling the board on standards of ethical and corporate behaviour;Ensuring the board has the information it needs to make informed decisions;Organising board performance reviews;Being involved in risk management and corporate responsibility matters;Managing director induction and maintenance of a director governance manual;Please note you will be required to attend after hours board and committee meetings and extra hours for preparation of paperwork.  KEY SELECTION CRITERIAThis position will suit an individual who is appropriately experienced and qualified, and/or are seeking an opportunity to work closely with Board colleagues, under the guidance of a Chairperson. We are interested in candidates who can demonstrate the following skills and qualities:At least five years’ experience as a Company Secretary in the not-for-profit sectorAbility to communicate and consult effectively at all levelsExposure to the voluntary and/or not for profit sectorSupporting the vision and commitment to the aims and objectives of CufaAbility to contribute to the strategic direction of CufaAbility to devote time and effort to assist Cufa in achieving its strategic objectives
Entry-Level Sales and Customer Service
, Cheltenham
Entry Level Sales And Customer Service RoleOur client is an industry leader in the fragrance industry, who offer a unique and interesting product that is one of a kind. Using new age technologies and techniques they have a rare opportunity to join their award-winning company on a permanent basis. With excellent training provided to ensure you have the best chance of succeeding in the business. This opportunity is excellent for someone who is looking to kick-start their career in Customer Service and Sales, where they'll have the potential to grow and develop their career to have long term stability in a growing small to medium business.Reporting to the Operations Manager, your main role and responsibilities will include but not limited to:Answer inquiries via email and telephone to existing customers within 24 hours.Maintain and build relationship with existing customers for sales expansion.Follow up with existing customers quarterly.Assisting customers with specific product enquiries and quotes.Offering product quotations and advice about what might suit their business best.Assist with the development of sales presentations and proposals and fragrance marketing packets for clients.Ad-hoc duties as requested by the management team.Our client is looking for an energetic, outgoing, and fun personality to join their vibrant team. What you may lack in experience you will be able to shine through with outstanding work ethic, attitude, and ability to throw yourself in the deep end with new tasks and responsibilities. Any form of customer service/sales experience will be valuable and viewed favourably. A candidate that has a passion and knowledge base in fragrance would also be advantageous as well as any salesforce knowledge or experience.You would be joining a hardworking, friendly team that recognise and celebrate outstanding employees plus additional benefits of:Cheltenham Location.Entry Level Sales and Customer Service Role with Great Training!Permanent Role.$50,000 to 55,000 plus superannuation, pending experience.
Senior Development Manager - Sydney / Melbourne
Beaumont People, Sydney
Job descriptionNational Higher Education InstitutionManage a small teamSydney or Melbourne BasedAbout the RoleThis is an outstanding opportunity to take a step up in your philanthropy career to cultivate, develop and connect with a portfolio of prospective major donors, while also managing a small team for one of Australia’s loved Universities.Under the strategic guidance of the Director, Advancement and Alumni, the Senior Manager will lead a small national team that executes and manages development activities, leading the team to substantially grow the programme of major giving across the University.This role will support on the national strategy for existing donor relationships and the development of new pipelines and prospect research projects with a goal of growing major gift activity across the country.Key ResponsibilitiesSupport on national major gift strategy across both new and existing donorsManage a small team of development professionals and foster a team culture of innovation, collaboration, aspiration and major gift best practiceBuild on existing pipelines and oversee strategic prospect research of potential donorsCreate campaign plans, proposals, solicitation letters, and other cultivation materials for donorsBuild on donor communication plans, stewardship plans and develop new and existing complex cases of supportDevelop and manage transformational donor partnership projectsCultivate and maintain deep and mutually beneficial relationships with a wide range of stakeholders, internally and externallyPersonally manage a national portfolio of donors and secure transformative giftsSkills and ExperienceStrong major gift fundraising experience with a background in personally soliciting high level giftsA background in building long term, long lasting relationships with donorsStrong experience in prospect research strategies and building on pipelinesProven experience in developing complex cases for supportAbility to contribute to a national philanthropy strategyExceptional communication skills and the ability to build strong relationships across a University setting with stakeholders that include lead academics and Directors of FacultiesDemonstrated people management experience (of any scale) and a passion for developing high performing fundraising staffA clear passion for the Higher Education space and a drive to make an impact in a growing, ambitious and innovative small teamApplicationsBeaumont People has been contracted to recruit this role, therefore please direct all general enquiries to Rosheen Singh at Beaumont People on rosheen@beaumontpeople.com.au, using the subject line: Senior Development Manager - Sydney / Melbourne enquiry via EthicalJobs.Applicants can apply via the APPLY NOW button below.
Australian Private Client Director - Sydney, New South Wales
Fisher Investments Europe, Sydney, New South Wales
Overview: Calling all wealth advisors looking for a role 100% focused on business development! As a Private Client Director with Fisher Investments Australia (FIA), you will focus solely on acquiring high-net-worth wholesale clients. Qualified lead flow provided-NO cold calling. Fisher Investments is a privately held multi-billion dollar global investment firm. Join us today in our mission to Better the Investment Universe! The Opportunity: This lucrative role allows you to manage your business remotely from your home, covering a local territory within driving distance. You will present FIA's wealth management solutions to high-net-worth investors with AUD 750k or more to invest. You will report to FIA's General Manager, who will ensure you have all the resources you need to succeed. You will be supported by Fisher Investment's global capabilities, including marketing, client service, private client advice, compliance, and portfolio management groups. The Day-to-Day: Contact leads generated by FIA's direct marketing group - identify new client opportunities Meet with prospects to identify their financial goals and objectives, provide solutions Help qualified wholesale investors become Fisher Investments Australia clients Your Qualifications: 5+ years' experience selling financial services to private investors qualifying as wholesale clients Clean record with ASIC and APRA Experience acquiring high-net-worth private wholesale clients Experience in high-volume phone activity and in-person meetings Why Fisher Investments Australia: At Fisher Investments, we work for a bigger purpose: bettering the investment universe by ALWAYS putting clients' interests first. We provide clients something different through unmatched service, continuous education and unique perspectives on investing. The next stage of our growth will be driven by the expansion of our Private Client Group into Australia. You will be at the frontier of this expansion. You will join our Global workforce and an inclusive culture where diverse perspectives are valued. You will be trained, developed, offered exceptional benefits and given an opportunity to build a lifelong career. If this sounds appealing, apply now to join us in our mission to Better the Investment Universe. Benefits: Comprehensive healthcare plan, Complete Gold Hospital plus Business 80 plan through GU Health (Fisher pays the Base Tier subsidy based on your family status and location) Superannuation, default fund CareSuper 20 days of annual leave, plus bank holidays Mental health and wellness tools including AXA Employee Assistance Programme and Ginger coaching services Reimbursement for annual flu vaccination Personal Information Collection Statement: As part of recruiting and hiring employees, Fisher Investments Australasia Pty Ltd (ACN 159 670 667) collects personal information. This collection is authorized by and in some cases, required by Australian law. We obtain personal information directly from individuals and from third parties, such as professional recruiters. An individual's personal information will be used and disclosed in accordance with this statement and our Privacy & Cookie Policy, available at https://www.fisherinvestments.com/en-au/privacy . Sensitive information, such as health or criminal information will only be collected with consent. In some cases, refusal to authorize the collection of sensitive information, such as through a background check, may impede the recruitment and hiring process, including potentially preventing employment. We disclose personal information to other parties in accordance with our Privacy & Cookie Policy. Some of these third parties are service providers located outside of Australia, including our parent company in the United States. Our Privacy & Cookie Policy contains information about how individuals may access and seek correction of their personal information, how individuals may complain about a breach of privacy, and how we will deal with that complaint. FISHER INVESTMENTS AUSTRALIA IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER Fisher Investments Australia is a trademark of Fisher Investments Australasia Pty Ltd (ABN 86 159 670 667, AFSL 433312), which provides services to wholesale clients only and outsources portfolio management to its parent company, Fisher Investments. Investing in equities and other financial products involves the risk of loss.
Freelance Interior Floor Plan Draftsperson - Real Estate
Skyline Creative, Sydney NSW, sydney
Skyline Creative is a full-service production company offering premium marketing content to Sydney's prestige real estate industry. We are looking for talented individuals who share a passion for architectural and interior design and floor plan creation. Please note, this is not an office role. This is not a computer role. This is not a design role. It is measuring and sketching residential properties onsite. Servicing high-end clients across Sydney, our office operates between Monday-Friday, and plenty of work is available to those who are keen, talented and fit with Skyline's values and beliefs. The quantity of work is determined by your own availability, desire, reliability, and quality of both onsite service and end product.Applicants must display the following requirements,Own equipment, valid driver's license and a reliable car.Excellent communication skills and a responsible approach to their work.A PDF cover letter stating where they are based and why they feel they have the right experience and character for this job.A PDF small sample of your design/architectural work (preferably real estate) (a pdf contact sheet or small jpegs only please).Must include at least 1x floor plan sketchTraining is provided as long as enthusiasm and a natural sense of space and design can be displayed, but experience sketching property is preferred. *If the above requirements are not met, your application will be unsuccessful.* Skyline Creative aims to find that medium between a fun, relaxed and creative environment while upholding the precision and professionalism our industry demands. If you hold these values and you feel that we would be lucky to have you, then please apply.We look forward to hearing from you.