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Among similar professions in the highest-paid are considered to be Learning And Development Consultant. According to our website the average salary is 4967 aud. In the second place is Learning And Development Coordinator with a salary 2900 aud, and the third - Recruitment Officer with a salary 2800 aud.

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Business Development Representative - Verticals
Salesforce, Toronto, Any, Canada
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
Finance Business Partner – Support Services
Compassion Australia, New South Wales
Compassion Australia has set an ambitious three-year strategy, to respond to the challenges that the COVID-19 pandemic has brought to those living in poverty. Working for Compassion Australia is more than just doing a job, you’ll be using your passion and skills to support children living in poverty all over the world.We are looking for a highly competent individual to assist in the achievement of strategy, the efficient use of Compassion’s resources, providing insight into current and future performance, supporting the decision making process through partnership with organisation departments as well as identifying opportunities for continual improvement. Key Responsibilities: Partnering with Support Services department managers Development of strong and effective relationships with people managers, providing consultation on a range of complex finance matters Management of Annual Budget process for Support Services departments Management of Mid-year Reforecast process for Support Services Development of Strategic Project (KANBAN) finance framework, reporting, ROI and benefit analysis Capex requests and costing of strategic projects and initiatives for Support Services Development of Departmental Financial & Performance Reports and provision of commentary and analysis of performance Assistance in development of Support services strategies and work force plans Development and management of Cost Allocation Methodology for support Services activities and ROI reporting for Support Services projects Qualifications, Experience & Skills: Tertiary qualifications in Accounting, Finance, Commerce or Business At least 3 years in an accounting, finance or analytical support role Experience managing budgets and forecasts Strong analytical and financial reporting skills Experience using Dynamics GP and Power BI desired but not essential Experience in the not-for-profit industry The successful candidate will be strongly aligned to the values of this leading Christian not-for-profit organisation and be looking for a role where you can use your exceptional talent to make a difference. This is a unique opportunity to use your skills and experience to help release children from poverty. This role will offer flexible working arrangements, such as 9-day fortnight, or a monthly RDO and great salary packaging opportunities to maximise your take-home pay. If you would like to be considered for this position, please review the application pack and submit your application by clicking “Apply Now”. Applications close on Sunday 30th January 2022. If you have any questions regarding this position, please contact our People and Culture Team via email at peopleandculture@compassion.com.au.
2022 Human Resources role Part -time
Tata Consultancy Services Australia and New Zealand, North Sydney, NSW
Human Resources InternTata Consultancy Services is an IT services, consulting and business solutions organization that has been partnering with many of the world's largest businesses in their transformation journeys for the last fifty years.TCS is currently seeking an Intern for the Human Resources (Talent Acquisition) function across Australia & New Zealand. You will be responsible for assisting in the support of operational imperatives of the Talent Acquisition team. This is a paid internship, based on minimum wage pro-rated depending on your working days.Key ResponsibilitiesEnabling smooth onboarding for new joiners through pre & post joining formalitiesCo-ordinating with placement partners for sourcing & selectionDriving end-to-end Background Check process through initiation, status tracking & reportingInterfacing with vendors as a point of contact from TCS for contract-related mattersEnsuring timely processing of vendor invoices & payoutsEnsuring readiness for process audits through data collation, analysis & presentationSharing timely reports, MIS through interaction with stakeholdersSkills to have and/or be developed:Ability to build interpersonal relationships and maintain a professional network.Written communication skills.Interview management.Requirements:Currently studying a degree within Business or Human Resources, or interested in pursuing a career in Human Resources.An Australian or New Zealand Citizenship or Australian Permanent Residency at the time of applicationAvailable to work for minimum 4 days per weekThe internship is fixed term for 12 month periodHow to applyPlease send your resume to with your cover letter.TCS Recruitment Process:All shortlisted students will have pre-screening and final interviews. The successful intern will be inducted for an immediate start.The internship period is ideally a 12-months period and will end at the completion of your studies if you are in your penultimate year.During the recruitment process, we will discuss your availability.Apply now!
Swim Teachers, Customer Service Officers & Lifeguards
Belgravia Leisure, Sydney, New South Wales
The Company Belgravia Health and Leisure Group proudly manage the City of Sydney's six iconic Aquatic and Fitness Leisure Centres (Ian Thorpe Aquatic Centre, Cook and Phillip Park Pool, Andrew (Boy) Charlton Pool, Victoria Park Pool, Prince Alfred Park Pool, and Gunyama Park Aquatic and Recreation Centre). At Belgravia Leisure, we believe in the power of Our People in Connecting Community to Leisure. We greatly value diversity and encourage people from all backgrounds to find a career with us. We pride ourselves on providing our employees with access to an extensive range of career options and opportunities for career progression at any of our family-friendly venues, with the chance to make a difference in the communities we serve. The Roles Swim Teacher: The Learn To Swim Instructor provides swimming lessons to groups, schools, and individuals within swimming program guidelines in a safe, fun and educational environment in which students progressively learn to swim.  Accountabilities: Conducting safe, positive, and motivating swimming classes around a structured program  Determining each student's level of competency, and recommending appropriate programs within course guidelines  Supervising students in swimming classes and exercising judgement over their behaviour to ensure they don’t place themselves or others at risk  Working with team members to continually evaluate, review and modify existing programs  Continually updating knowledge of swimming industry developments. Skills and Experience: Knowledge and understanding of swim teaching and water safety, ensuring participant safety and enjoyment Ability to manage students of various ages and abilities in an aquatic learning environment.  Proven interpersonal and negotiation skills including the ability to liaise with students and parents  Customer Service Officer:  As the first point of contact to our aquatic and fitness centres, the Customer Service Officer is responsible for putting the customer at the centre of everything we do by delivering exceptional guest experiences. This role focuses on driving new centre and facility member acquisitions across all programs provided at the facility. You will also be responsible for meeting and greeting customers, visitors, and colleagues, responding to queries by email, phone or in-person, and performing general administrative tasks.   Accountabilities: Achieving set sales targets   Providing exceptional guest experience in person and over the phone to existing and prospective members and guests Processing memberships and data entry in line with company processes and policy Responding to customers’ needs, and ensuring service quality meets agreed standards   Applying sound cash handling principles and use of Point of Sale (POS) systems. Skills and Experience: Previous experience in administration or customer service  Strong interpersonal skills and the ability to communicate with a diverse range of guests Ability to use initiative, solve problems and make decisions in line with company policy and agreed parameters Cultural sensitivity and ability to work across a wide cross-section of the community  Lifeguard: As a key member of the Centre’s Operations Team, the Lifeguard is responsible for ensuring the safety of swimmers and patrons at our aquatic facilities, including 50m, leisure and hydrotherapy pools. Key to the role is conveying information with authority and acting as a positive role model for healthy and connected communities, while maintaining a fun and safe environment for all.  Accountabilities: Maintaining constant supervision of all patrons within the aquatic facility and conduct routine patrols to ensure the safety of their designated areas  Promoting and enforcing a culture of safety to patrons using the aquatic areas with specific attention to the Royal Life Saving Keep Watch Policy  Performing various pool maintenance duties as directed, to maintain a clean and safe facility  Acting immediately and appropriately to assist patrons in the event of an emergency Following and leading with centre emergency action plans and procedures as required.  Skills and Experience: Experience as a strong swimmer Knowledge of - lifesaving methods and procedures, including first aid and standard resuscitation measures, and rules and regulations re conduct of the public at poolsEssential RequirementsFirst Aid Certificate Current Provide/Perform CPR National Police / Criminal History Check Working with Children / Working with Vulnerable People CheckPool Lifeguard Award Qualified Swim Teacher
Graduate Occupational Therapist - NDIS/Training - Auburn, NSW
HealthcareLink Support, Auburn, New South Wales
Job Title: Graduate Occupational Therapist - NDIS/Training - Auburn, NSW Hours: 20 - 40 Hours a week (Flexible working hours) Salary: Excellent base (based on Experience) + Super + CPD benefits Location: Auburn, NSW Roles & Responsibilities: A fantastic opportunity to be exposed to a vast variety of patient conditions and patient streams. With a strong NDIS focus, this will be a challenging and rewarding role for the right OT: The role is NDIS focused and involve providing NDIS & Disability assessments, intervention and therapies, both in a clinic and a community/home setting for paediatric and adult clients. Ensures there are plans/recommendations for clients to enable independence through assessment, documentation needs and reviewing and updating as required Provides high quality occupational therapy to ensure clients/residents are treated and achieve the best possible outcomes. Contributes to the effective functioning of the team by sharing specialist knowledge and informing team members about changes to clients and progress Assists with the management of clients with specific urgent needs and spending the time required to implement these strategies. Maintain accurate records and documentation skills Benefits: Professional development allowance + courses + extra learning programs. Provide laptops, work phones, uniforms, and access to online and resource rooms on site Access to company cars if required Essential Criteria: Qualification in Occupational Therapy AHPRA Registration Full unrestricted Australian working rights Productive and reliable work ethic New graduates are welcome If you are interested in this position please click Apply Now #PRI123
Peer Workers & Mental Health Workers - Tamworth
Flourish Australia, Regional NSW
Job descriptionFlourish Australia has multiple exciting opportunities for Peer Workers and Mental Health Workers to join our growing Tamworth team!The available positions are:Full-timePermanent and closed-term positions ending 30 June 2022 availableMonday to Friday OR rotating roster including weekends and evening shiftsLevel 3 on the Flourish Australia Enterprise Agreement (2018)Who we areFlourish Australia is one of Australia’s most experienced community mental health organisations. Our services are comprehensive and highly personalised because each person’s experience will be different and their needs, as an individual, are unique. Together we set goals, connect individuals with the right people, support services and opportunities to meet their needs.About the OpportunityAs a Mental Health Worker or Peer Worker, you will work in the community to support people accessing our services who have a lived experience of mental health issues to achieve their hopes and dreams. You will play an important part in assisting people to maintain wellness and realise their goals. On a day to day basis you will:Listen to and create opportunities and activities that meet the interests and goals of people.Encourage shared learning experiences, and support skill development at every opportunity through self-directed learning, information and education.Ensure that individual support is provided to a person that accesses Flourish Australia services that meet their recovery journey goals and is strengths based and led by the person wherever possible.We value lived experience and believe peer support is a powerful part of the mental health recovery journey. Therefore, our Peer Worker roles are for those willing to use their lived experience and personal recovery to mentor people with a lived experience of a mental health issue.Selection CriteriaA relevant degree OR a Relevant Certificate IV or Diploma with 12-months relevant experience OR 2-years full-time experience working in mental health as recognised by Flourish Australia.A strong commitment to recovery-based practice in the workplace.Understanding of the challenges faced by people with a lived experience of a mental health issue.Understanding of, and ability to effectively use, Microsoft Office and knowledge of data information management systems.Maintain a current Australian Driver’s Licence.The BenefitsAttractive hourly rates equivalent to SCHCADS Level 3 $32.54-$34.90/hour + 10% SuperTax-Free Salary Packaging up to $15,900Vehicle mileage allowanceFamily-friendly and flexible working conditionsGenerous leave provisions including 17.5% leave loading+ 2 additional days of personal leave+ extra day paid leave over Christmas/New Year + paid parental leaveOpportunities for career development, professional development and training such as Mental Health First Aid and ASIST.Employee Assistance Program for confidential wellbeing supportto applyPlease submit your application via the Apply Now button. A complete Position Description is attached below. All successful applicants will be asked to provide evidence of compliance with COVID-19 vaccination Public Health Orders.
Educator - St John's Child Care Centre
Uniting (NSW.ACT), Sydney
Job descriptionAbout the OpportunityOpportunity exists for a casual Cert lll Educator to join our team located at Neutral Bay! St John's Child Care is a not-for-profit Long Day Care Centre, providing Quality Care and Education to birth-6-year old’s. The centre caters for up to 44 children, and is easily accessible by public transport via Military Road. Operating hours are from 7am-6pm.As an active team member, you will be required to support the service in the provision of high-quality care and education for children.Your key duties will include:Being accountable for a room and supervision of children and ensuring their safetySupporting the ongoing development of the childrenParticipating in all aspects of the day to day running of the centreFostering relationships with families and children throughout the centreWhat you need to succeed:Must hold a Certificate III in Early Childhood Education and CareBe passionate about working with all age groups.Have a good knowledge of the Early Years Learning Framework and the National Quality FrameworkHave the ability to communicate effectively with colleagues, families and community membersBelieve in positive team spirit and embrace working in a diverse teamHave a sunny personality with a positive attitude.Uniting is proud to be an EEO employer who supports an inclusive approach in the workplace. Joining a dynamic team of educators and having continual mentoring career development opportunitiesOpportunity to set goals, and learn and grow togetherOpportunity for Career progression"We commit to respecting children and take action to keep them safe" At Uniting we believe vaccination to be the best way to keep our employees and clients safe from COVID-19.  We require all employees to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 as a condition of employment.Employment with Uniting is subject to satisfactory background checks which may include a National Police Check, Working with Children Check and Reference Checks.  
Administration Support Officer - Newcastle
Flourish Australia, Regional NSW
Job descriptionFlourish Australia has an exciting opportunity for an Administration Support Officer to join our Newcastle team!This position is:Full-time (76hrs/fortnight)Monday to FridayLevel 3 on the Flourish Australia Enterprise Agreement (2018)Who we areFlourish Australia is one of Australia’s most experienced community mental health organisations. Our services are comprehensive and highly personalised because each person’s experience will be different and their needs, as an individual, are unique. Together we set goals, connect individuals with the right people, support services and opportunities to meet their needs.We value diversity and encourage applications from suitably qualified people from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Island backgrounds, people from CALD and LGBTI communities and mature age candidates.About the OpportunityIn this role you will be responsible for a broad range of administrative support functions, reporting to the Manager and supporting various teams within the Hunter. You will demonstrate a high level of professionalism as the first point of contact to ensure a positive experience for those wishing to access Flourish Australia.You will be a professional and emotionally intelligent individual, with strong written, verbal and interpersonal communication skills, as well as effective organisational skills, good problem solving skills and the ability to maintain confidentiality at all times.Responsibilities include:Providing general administrative and clerical support to the Hunter ClusterProcessing referrals and enquiries in the relevant databasesFiling, word processing, and data entryHandling enquiries via telephone, electronic and paper mail, fax or visitorsMaintaining records, such as learning and development recordsAssisting with recruitment functions and coordinating meetings and events, including arranging room bookings, catering, room set up and other requirementsSelection CriteriaA diploma or degree in office administration (or in a relevant discipline) OR relevant certificates with extensive relevant experienceExperience in an office environmentAbility to use Microsoft Office Suite and ability to utilise other appropriate information management systemsBe people focused and have strong written, verbal and interpersonal communication skillsBe committed to professional and ethical conductBe self-motivated, responsible and have a proactive attitude to workA current Australian drivers licenceFor further information, please contact Michaeli Gwilliam, Manager. E: michaeli.gwilliam@flourishaustralia.org.au using the subject line: Administration Support Officer - Newcastle enquiry via EthicalJobs (please do not email applications).About the BenefitsAttractive hourly rates equivalent to SCHCADS Level 3 $32.54-$34.90/hour + 10% SuperTax-Free Salary Packaging up to $15,900Family-friendly and flexible working conditionsGenerous leave provisions including 17.5% leave loading + 2 additional days of personal leave + extra day paid leave over Christmas/New Year + paid parental leaveEmployee Assistance Program for confidential wellbeing supportA position description is attached.
Technical Support Partnership Lead
Caritas Australia, Sydney
Job descriptionFull-time position based in SydneyCaritas Australia aims to end world poverty, and the success of this role is vital to this.Caritas Australia works with over 65 partner agencies in Australia and overseas in the fulfilment of our mission. We adopt an accompaniment approach; maintaining strong partnerships with a commitment to two-way learning, sustainability and localisation.In this role, you will be responsible for providing technical input across the agency to ensure Caritas Australia continues to build and maintain strong, genuine and accountable partnerships. Alongside key stakeholders you will drive effective partnership practice, including through the strengthening of tools and approaches for partnership management. You will also support the design, implementation and evaluation of accompaniment approaches which promote mutual learning and capacity strengthening for Caritas Australia and our partners.You will be the subject matter expert for partnerships throughout the organisation, and contributing to our best practice, innovative culture.Let’s talk about youYou will thrive as our new Technical Support Partnerships Lead if you have:The courage and willingness to do things differently and actively bring new ideas with youDemonstrated experience leading effective partnerships in development and humanitarian settingsDemonstrable experience in measuring the effectiveness of partnerships and promoting genuine two-way learningA comprehensive understanding of current good practice approaches to partnership management, localisation and two-way learningExperience in designing & facilitating training for staff and partners using participatory methodologiesLet’s talk about your next roleIn this exciting role, you will be:Acting as resource person in the organisation for partnership practice and accompaniment; and be a leader in regards to developments in this field nationally and internationallyProviding leadership and oversight for transformative partnership practice, conducting regular assessment of Caritas Australia’s accompaniment and partnership approaches, and supporting the agency in taking relevant actions to accelerate progressDeveloping tools and guidelines to systematically strengthen our Accompaniment and partnership approachesAbout Caritas AustraliaCaritas Australia is the Catholic agency for international humanitarian relief and development in Australia. Through relationships with the Church, partners and communities in Africa, Asia, the Pacific and Australia, Caritas Australia helps to end poverty, promote justice and uphold dignity.Our programs promote the good of every person regardless of their religious, political or cultural beliefs. We envisage a world in which children, women and men most vulnerable to extreme poverty and injustice are agents of their own change and architects of their own development.Sound like you?That’s a good sign! In return for your energy and ideas, we offer genuine flexible work/life balance.We always support a safe, healthy, engaging and productive working environment for all employees and workers, whether that be in your home, an office or a combination of both.We are a not-for-profit, so we offer a range of benefits. You can find more out here: www.caritas.org.au/about/careers/work-with-us.Learn more about Caritas Australia, our work and how we’re making a difference at: www.caritas.org.au.We welcome people with different skills, and life experiences and encourage individuals from diverse backgrounds to apply.Please submit your application including your cover letter and CV as soon as practicable. We will be interviewing as applications come through, so please don’t delay in submitting yours. Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.For further information regarding this opportunity, please contact the People and Culture team on people.culture@caritas.org.au, using the subject line: Technical Support Partnership Lead enquiry via EthicalJobs. Our commitment to safeguardingAt Caritas Australia, we recognise the personal dignity and rights of all people, especially children and vulnerable adults towards whom we have a special responsibility. If you are offered this position, you will be required to undergo relevant background checks, including police checks and reference checks. If the position requires a Working with Children Check or foreign police check, it is your responsibility to obtain one before starting work. You will also be required to sign our Code of Conduct which includes a section on Professional Behaviour Standards for the Protection of Children and Vulnerable Adults as well as to abide by our safeguarding policies.Our commitment to diversityAt Caritas Australia, we support an inclusive and diverse workforce. In particular we encourage Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander applicants for all advertised positionsOur commitment to safety and wellbeingAs part of the recruitment process for this role, you may be required to undertake various background checks. You may also be required to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 as a condition of employment.