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Customer Service Rep -Narrandera
Coles Group Pty Ltd, NARRANDERA
 Coles Express   Narrandera Requisition ID: 40391 Employment Type: Casual Good things start hereHi, we’re Coles Group. We’re on a mission to sustainably feed all Australians to help them live healthier, happier lives. About the roleWe’re looking for a Coles Express – Customer Service Representative. With a focus on great customer experiences, you’ll ensure the store is always clean, stocked and welcoming.With over 700 stores across the country, Coles Express is one of Australia’s leading fuel and convenience retailers. Whether it’s filling up the car, grabbing food to go, or topping up essential groceries, we’re there when you need us. We’re also growing every day, so it’s an exciting time to join us.Good things you needA commitment to providing great customer experiences by working with enthusiasm, energy and paceTo handle cash and know your stuff by promoting monthly specials and productsA focus on ensuring our safety standards are metYou’ll need to be comfortable working on your own and following set instructionsTo deliver with pride through site presentation and stock managementThe availability to work flexible hours (including late nights, early mornings and weekends)You’ll be on your feet for long periods of time and may require some moderate to heavy lifting and reachingGiven the state/ territory in which you live, and to enable Coles to provide a safe environment for its team members, there may be a requirement for you to receive a COVID-19 vaccination before commencing work for Coles at a Coles site, unless you are medically exempt.Given this, you will be required to disclose your COVID-19 vaccination status as part of your application for employment with Coles. You may be required to provide further evidence of vaccination status as part of your application.Why Coles?Join a big team, get big benefits. You can look forward to great discounts across all our supermarkets and brands, and even a chance to taste-test new products. You’re also stepping into a culture that truly values what you do and celebrates your success. But that’s just the tip of the iceberg. Explore all this and more at our Coles Careers website. Coles Group is an endorsed employer for all women. See our range of benefits and policies directly at WORK180: Coles Group – Work180 Endorsed EmployerFor everyone who shares our passionWe encourage applications from people of all ages, nationalities, abilities and cultures – including Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, the LGBTQI+ community and people living with disability. We’re happy to adjust our recruitment process to support accessibility needs – so reach out to us at www.careers.colesgroup.com.au > Careers for everyone > Disability employment.Keen as a bean? Just lettuce knowIf you like the sound of us (and our corny food puns), then jump in and submit your application. We’d love to hear from you!
Customer Service Operator - Call centre
Astrum Recruitment, Sydney, Parramatta & Western Suburbs
Role SnapshotProvide high quality customer service. Inbound & outbound call centre. Customer centric mindset and accurate data entry skills required. NSW Government Client in Parramatta office location Temporary assignment Start date: Mid- January 2022 End date: April 2022 with view for extension COVID Safe environment   7 hours per day / 35 hours per week. About The OrganisationThis is a great opportunity to join an award winning Government Department that is known for their state of the art products, services and technologies. They currently have numerous vacancies within their Customer Service team for experienced Call Centre Operators to start in Mid January 2022.This role offers the opportunity to have great training and to be part of a state government department that is renowned for their customer service excellence, commitment to high standards of ethics and outstanding employee support.About The RoleThis position will see you as the first contact point to customers in a call centre providing assistance, information and customer support services. It is paramount that you have the ability to stay patient, demonstrate empathy and provide an effective service to our valued customers. You will be updating client information while handling the call, so fast and accurate data entry skills are essential. Successful Applicants Must be an Australian Citizen 2 - 3 years customer service experience in call centre environment - this is a MUST  Demonstrate a high level of integrity and work/personal ethics Ability to prioritise and manage numerous tasks simultaneously Excellent listening skills, empathetic and patient Strong attention to detail Proficient in using MS Office applications Fast and accurate data entry skills Demonstrate excellent teamwork and communication skills
Coles Express Customer Service Assistant - Sutton Forest East
Coles Group Pty Ltd, SUTTON FOREST
 Coles Express   Sutton Forest East Requisition ID: 41578 Employment Type: Casual Good things start hereHi, we’re Coles Group. We’re on a mission to sustainably feed all Australians to help them live healthier, happier lives. About the roleWe’re looking for a Coles Express – Customer Service Representative. With a focus on great customer experiences, you’ll ensure the store is always clean, stocked and welcoming. With over 700 stores across the country, Coles Express is one of Australia’s leading fuel and convenience retailers. Whether it’s filling up the car, grabbing food to go, or topping up essential groceries, we’re there when you need us. We’re also growing every day, so it’s an exciting time to join us. Good things you need· A commitment to providing great customer experiences by working with enthusiasm, energy and pace· To handle cash and know your stuff by promoting monthly specials and products· A focus on ensuring our safety standards are met· You’ll need to be comfortable working on your own and following set instructions· To deliver with pride through site presentation and stock management· The availability to work flexible hours (including late nights, early mornings and weekends)· You’ll be on your feet for long periods of time and may require some moderate to heavy lifting and reachingGiven the state/ territory in which you live, and to enable Coles to provide a safe environment for its team members, there may be a requirement for you to receive a COVID-19 vaccination before commencing work for Coles at a Coles site, unless you are medically exempt.Given this, you will be required to disclose your COVID-19 vaccination status as part of your application for employment with Coles. You may be required to provide further evidence of vaccination status as part of your application.Why Coles?Join a big team, get big benefits. You can look forward to great discounts across all our supermarkets and brands, and even a chance to taste-test new products. You’re also stepping into a culture that truly values what you do and celebrates your success. But that’s just the tip of the iceberg. Explore all this and more at our Coles Careers website. Coles Group is an endorsed employer for all women. See our range of benefits and policies directly at WORK180: Coles Group – Work180 Endorsed EmployerFor everyone who shares our passionWe encourage applications from people of all ages, nationalities, abilities and cultures – including Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, the LGBTQI+ community and people living with disability. We’re happy to adjust our recruitment process to support accessibility needs – so reach out to us at www.careers.colesgroup.com.au > Careers for everyone > Disability employment.Keen as a bean? Just lettuce knowIf you like the sound of us (and our corny food puns), then jump in and submit your application. We’d love to hear from you!
Team Leader Disabilities Accommodation - CareSouth - Nowra
CareSouth, Regional NSW
Job descriptionWho we areCareSouth is a spirited, truly local community-based organisation with a dynamic and bold vision to make a difference 'every day'. Working across locations in NSW we seek to inspire each other and the communities in which we operate. Our purpose is to influence and support the safety, development and empowerment of children, young people, adults and communities.About the RoleDue to growth, CareSouth are currently seeking an experienced and compassionate Team Leader to join our new program which provides 24/7 support to persons with disability. This position is on a full time, permanent basis in Nowra, NSW.Under the direction of the Manager, you will be responsible for providing strong leadership and coordinate the requirements of the team on a day-to-day basis whilst ensuring the provision of services and support to staff and participants. We are seeking a positive and engaging leader who can demonstrate previous success in dealing with a home care-based model.At CareSouth our values of respect, compassion, integrity, accountability and inclusion are evident every day in the work are staff do. You will be a person who can uphold these values, exercises patience and resilience and exhibits a very nurturing demeanour.The successful applicant will have:Demonstrated understanding and previous experience in a related role or in Disability services.Tertiary qualifications in Disability Care, Individual Support, Certificate IV in Community Services, Welfare or other related areas. (You may be currently undertaking and/or willing to obtain within the first 6 months of employment)Proven flexibility, adaptability, and ability to respond and adjust easily to changes in work demands.Demonstrated experience managing a team, including staffing, budget management, reporting and accountability.Understanding of the ongoing effects of injuries, trauma and/or neglect and abuse.High level written and verbal communication skills.Understanding of the ongoing effects of injuries, trauma and/or neglect and abuse.Proven effective interpersonal, conflict negotiation and resolution skills and the ability to provide strong leadership under pressure.Do you want to be a part of something great?At CareSouth, we recognise that the work you do every day is what makes our organisation great. We want to reward that and be an organisation that you are proud to be a part of. We are here to help you bring your best self to work and take your best self home!To recognise the work you do we offerFlexible working arrangements including rostered days off, sliding hours and working from home.24/7 After Hours Call centre to allow you to leave work at workConcessional leave, to be taken over the Christmas periodSalary packaging entitlements up to $15,899Free, confidential and independent Employee Assistance ProgramTailored professional development pathways24/7 access to our online eLearning systemA compassionate, supportive and inclusive culture that encourages you to be bold, big-hearted and determined.To ApplyPlease review the Position Description attached for a comprehensive overview of the role. Click "Apply Now". Your application must include a copy of your updated resume and a cover letter (Max. 2 pages) addressing the Essential Criteria in the position description.CareSouth warmly welcomes EVERYONE, irrespective of their ethnicity, faith, sexual orientation or gender identity. We are committed to eliminating all forms of discrimination.NOTE: Positions are subject to a Working with Children/Vulnerable People ACT clearance and satisfactory National Police Check.Enquiries to: Samantha Bell on 1300 554 260A position description is attached.
Team Leader - Production and Packaging - Central Coast
Aruma, Regional NSW
Job descriptionWork Type: Full Time position, 38 hoursProduction and Packaging: Medical Packs and SuppliesCentral Coast Regionabout usAruma is a leading provider of quality residential, employment and ancillary services to people who have disabilities throughout NSW, ACT and QLD. We are committed to innovation, continuous improvement and building strong relationships.At Aruma, we support people with disabilities to live great lives. It's the reason we exist - after all, why should anyone have to settle for anything less? And to make this a reality, we rely on the skill and commitment of our Aruma team.Our Aruma team is an incredible bunch of people. They're bold, brave and courageous. They see possibilities where others may not. They stand up for the things that matter and stand together as a team. And while they're serious about human rights, they have a knack for finding joy in life - even in the most unexpected places.When you're part of the Aruma team, you're not just supporting people. You're pioneering new paths, challenging assumptions, daring to think differently, and telling society to raise its bar higher.About the Role:You will be part of a dynamic and inclusive business enterprise to provide opportunities for people with disabilities to be employed alongside other trade-skilled team members.Team Leaders provide effective supervision and support to a team of people with diverse abilities, to complete a range of production tasks that contribute to operational objectives and a positive working environment. This supports Aruma's Purpose and Values to enhance the lives of people with a disability and achieve agreed operational and financial goals.What success looks like:Team members were supported to become skilled production team membersProvided effective operational leadership, that increased team productivity, and developed a positive values-focused team culture facilitating cooperation and collaborationAppropriate documentation and data entry ensured production objectives were met, through accurate reporting and risk managementSupported Employees were coached and trained to meet their employment goals, being supported flexibly and sensitively in the workplace. Complex issues were escalated to the Supervisor and appropriate reports were completed in a timely mannerAccidents, injuries and near misses were reported immediately. Hazards and risks are identified and acted upon to create a safe and compliant work environment.Skills that make you stand out:Essential (Must Have)A demonstrated commitment to the Aruma's Code of ConductNDIS Worker Screening CheckA confirmation record of COVID-19 vaccination (dose 1 & 2)Refer to Appendix for business specific requirements.Desirable (Nice to Have)Formal team leadership training and/or equivalent knowledge and experience with demonstrated ability to supervise and support staffA Cert III qualification in Disability or related field, and/ or equivalent experience working with people with disabilities, particularly in a service provision context.Be part of this dedicated, collaborative team and make a difference! We offer the benefits of flexibility, a competitive salary, the option of salary packaging up to $15,990 and career development opportunities.to applyWe will be actively shortlisting during the advertising period and reserve the right to close this advert prior to the closing date.Submit your application via the Apply Now link.Shortlisted applications will be required to undergo pre-employment and criminal history checks.
Workday Systems Administrator - Sydney / Melbourne
Wellways Australia, Sydney
Job descriptionExciting opportunity to administer and implement Workday across the organisation Lead the change management plan and support successful engagement with the application Permanent full-time position available, $90K annual salary + 10% Super + Salary packaging benefits up to $15,899 + Leave loading Flexible location on offer - Work from either our Pymble NSW or Fairfield VIC office About this opportunity Wellways is seeking an experienced Workday Systems Administrator to join our supportive team.In this newly created role, you will work as part of the Business Systems Transformation team and will assist with the implementation and on-going support of Workday, HCM, Finance and Adaptative Planning modules across the organisation.As the Technical lead, a key focus of this role will be ensuring day to day operations are streamlined, supported and ready for future growth.This exciting opportunity offers the flexibility to work from either our Pymble NSW or Fairfield VIC office.role requirementsKey responsibilities include the following but are not limited to:Working closely with the business to understand requirements, designing, building, configuring, and testing the Workday solution to meet these requirementsRecommend and implement business processes, integrations, enhancements, feeds, and configuration that enables Workday to drive business alignment and maximise organisational and business performanceDesign and implement Workday solutionsEstablish and maintain strong relationships with key stakeholders across the businessPlaying an active role in the Applications and Support Hub teams, a point of reference for sharing knowledge and information with the team, collaborating to improve internal capability, including training, and mentoring of new team membersTo be successful you will have:Bachelor's degree in Computer Science, Business Administration, or any related IT field from an accredited institution - desirableWorkday Administration experience, including the support and development of integrations using Workday Studio, Enterprise Interface Builder, and Core ConnectorExperience with Workday Security Administration, writing documents and executing requirements, design, development, and testing.Working knowledge of software development life cycle activitiesExperience in business requirements gathering, process analysis and design, gap analysis, functional design specifications, system configuration, and development of reports, system tests, procedures, and documentationStrong troubleshooting, critical thinking, and communication skillsExceptional customer service and relationship management experiencePre-Employment Checks:Satisfactory Police Records Check (no older than 12 months)Working with Children Check - relevant to the state you are based inRight to Work within AustraliaNDIS Worker Orientation ModuleNDIS Worker Screening CheckFull COVID-19 vaccination Certificate or valid medical exemptionBenefits:Salary packaging benefits up to $15,899 per annumOngoing access to support and development opportunitiesFor a full list of our staff benefits, visit our careers page.to applyPlease submit your application via the Apply Now button.For a confidential discussion about the role, please contact Rachael Lovelock on 03 8486 4245.Please note: Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted for an interviewWellways Australia Limited is committed to the safeguarding of children and vulnerable people. All applicants applying for roles within Wellways must undergo a screening process prior to their successful appointment. We warmly encourage people from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities and people with lived experience of mental health and disability to apply. The health and safety of Wellways participants and employees is our highest priority and all Wellways roles require mandatory COVID vaccinations. Successful applicants will be required to provide evidence of COVID-19 vaccination or valid medical exemption prior to commencement.
Administration Officer Customer Service
Sutherland Shire Council, Sutherland Shire, New South Wales
Things We’ll Trust You With: Your Team is the first point of contact for all customer requests and member transactions – we trust that you’ll make a positive first impression. Your team strives to provide the highest level of customer service, always aiming to exceed customer expectations. You will be a positive brand ambassador for our Leisure Centres and more broadly, the Sutherland Shire Council. You will promote and inform customers of the range of our services such as, Learn to Swim / Squad programs, Group Fitness, Personal Training, Fun & Fitness Holiday Camps and Water Fun Park. You will be highly motivated with a passion for working in health, fitness and recreation. Things You’ll Do: The Sutherland Shire Leisure Centres team support and enrich the community by providing access to health, fitness and recreation programs and services that promote lifelong active living. You will establish positive relationships with our customers, building upon their experience at the Centres and promoting engagement. You will support new members with completion of appropriate paperwork and facilitate membership renewals. You will be responsible for the processing of all customer transactions in Leisure Centres’ operating system Links (processing cash, eftpos and cheque payments). You will complete end of shift/day balancing in a speedy and accurate fashion in line with Council’s Cash Handling Policy at all times. Things You’ll Be Proud Of: Delivering exceptional customer service. You will have a high degree of professionalism, and pride yourself on your excellent communication skills, attention to detail and ability to work as part of a team. Working with an organisation who has the community at the heart of all that we do. Sharing your enthusiasm and knowledge with members, encouraging lifelong active living. Showcase Council’s values in all that you do – Collaborate, Achieve, Respect, and Evolve. The Fine Print: Package: $51,520 - $54,497 gross p.a. plus superannuation (Salary will be paid pro-rata to hours worked for part time positions) Hours of work: Permanent full time and part time opportunity available, working 38 hours or 28 hours per week, across a 7 day spread. Shift time will be in line with operational requirements and can be between 4:45 am - 9:00 pm. To benefit your wellbeing you will have access to fitness passport, corporate membership to our leisure centres, employee assistance program, annual flu shots, health and wellbeing programme and novated lease options.  ** This position has been identified under the COVID-19 Public Health Order as requiring to be fully vaccinated for COVID-19 or provide evidence of an approved medical contraindication. In applying for this position, you will be required to produce evidence as part of the application process. Successful applicants are subject to ID checks, Reference checks and Work Rights verification.
Multiple Customer Service opportunties
, Pymble, Sydney
Multiple Customer service roles based in the sunny Northern Beaches!This is a really exciting opportunity to be a part of a growing ASX listed financial services company that work in the forefront of the fleet management and leasing industry. Join an instantly recognised market leading company with a fantastic collaborative and supportive culture, with career progression and development opportunities. This is a full-time position with an immediate start.Benefits:Competitive salary of $60,000 + superYou will be a part of a growing and thriving companyOpportunity to progress your customer service careerRewarding culture full of incentive packagesDay to day:Managing inbound customer enquiries via phone and email correspondenceActioning and following through on any enquiries receivedLiaise with internal departments and external customersAdministrative and reporting tasksResolve customer complaints and escalations in a timely mannerAdministration and email correspondenceProviding quality service with every interactionAbout the CandidateMinimum 1 to 3 years admin/reception/customer service/retail experience/call centre A true passion for customer serviceEnthusiastic with a 'can do' attitudeAble to work under pressure in a fast-paced environmentEffective problem solving and complaint resolution skillsOrganised and a desire to learn new skillsA fun, energetic approach to workPrevious experience in Salesforce is an advantageHow to apply: Please click on the link to apply or call Mary Sommer on 0412 107 751 for a confidential discussion.
Multiple Roles - Customer Service Supervisor, Customer Service Officer & Firearms Instructor
St Marys Indoor Shooting Centre, St Marys, New South Wales
St Marys Indoor Shooting Centre is the premier Indoor Shooting Range in Sydney. The centre is home to a 50m indoor range is suitable for centrefire, rimfire and pistol shooting. The centre also offers firearm storage facilities for members along with a well-stocked firearms dealership. Having been in operation for over 19 years we have established a loyal and regular client base. We are seeking a number of appointments across various roles to enhance business operations. Current roles being recruited are: Customer Service Supervisor (Full Time); Customer Service Officer (Casual) and Firearms Instructor (Casual) About You The successful candidates will be required to have a current NSW Firearms licence (preferably A, B and H) and ideally a customer service background. These roles are forward client facing and require people with the ability to interact with members and customers in a pleasant and helpful manner.  Customer Service Supervisor The successful candidate will have a good knowledge of the industry, has held a NSW firearms licence for a minimum of 3 years and has outstanding customer service skills. This is a full-time position that operates on a rotating roster which involves weekend and evening shifts. As a Customer Service Supervisor, you will be responsible for: Supervising the operation of the range and retail outlet Supervision of staff, volunteers and customers Sale of firearms and accessories Customer services queries, orders, bookings and general administration Compliance with the NSW Firearms Act Delivering training courses offered by the Centre To be successful in this role you will ideally have: A current NSW Firearms licence (preferably A, B and H) Good knowledge of firearms legislation and licensing procedures Experience supervising staff Excellent customer service skills with experience in solving customer complaints Good knowledge of firearms and related products Proven retail experience Experience in delivering training Own transport Customer Service Officer The successful candidate will have good knowledge of the industry, has held a NSW firearms licence for a minimum of 2 years and has outstanding customer service skills. This is a casual position that operates on a rotating roster and requires weekend and evening work. As a Customer Service Officer, you will be responsible for: Over the counter sales and phone inquiries Sale of firearms and accessories Customer services queries, orders, bookings and general administration Range supervision and clearing of firearms Compliance with the NSW Firearms Act General cleaning and maintenance of range To be successful in this role you will ideally have: A current NSW Firearms licence Good knowledge of firearms legislation and licensing procedure Excellent customer service skills with experience in solving customer complaints Good knowledge of firearms and related products Own transport desirable Firearms Instructor The successful candidate will have a NSW Firearms licence (A, B & H) for a minimum of 3 years and previous training experience and a strong customer service focus. To be successful in this role you will have: A current NSW Firearms licence A, B and H for a minimum of three years Previous training or teaching experience with supporting credentials Good knowledge of firearms legislation and licensing procedures Excellent customer service skills Good knowledge of firearms Prepared to work evenings and weekends Own transport To be apply for any of these roles, please forward an application detailing the position you are applying for, a letter detailing your skills and experience in the identified areas, and your resume to ali@stmarys.ssaa.org.au
Workday HCM Systems Administrator - Flexible Location
Wellways Australia, Sydney
Job descriptionBusiness Systems Transformation Team Based in either Pymble NSW or Fairfield VIC Exciting part time (0.6FTE), fixed term position till 30/06/2022Use your knowledge of HR practices and systems administration to support engagement with the application$80k annual salary (pro rata) + 10% super + salary packaging benefits + leave loadingAbout this opportunity We are seeking a Workday HCM Systems Administrator to join our supportive team. In this newly created role, you will work as part of the Business Systems Transformation team and will assist with the implementation and on-ongoing support of Workday HCM modules across the organisation. In this role you will be responsible for ensuring day to day operations are streamlined, supported and ready for future growth.This position will see you work collaboratively with the People and Culture and Payroll teams, ensuring interoperability with the finance Workday modules and third-party system integrations. This successful candidate will require both systems administration experience and knowledge of People and Culture practices to be successful in this role.This exciting opportunity offers the flexibility to work from either our Pymble NSW or Fairfield VIC office. Key responsibilities include but are not limited toWorking closely with the business to understand requirements, designing, building, configuring, and testing the Workday solution to meet these requirementsHelp maintain Workday HCM modulesEstablish and maintain strong relationships with HCM system/process owners across the businessPlaying an active role in the Applications and Support Hub teams, a point of reference for sharing knowledge and information with the team, collaborating to improve internal capability, including training, and mentoring of new team membersTo be successful you will haveBachelor's degree in Computer Science, Business Administration, or any related IT field from an accredited institution - desirableKnowledge and understanding of P&C and Payroll processes, procedures and policies to translate to business requirementsKnowledge of Workday product, tools and techniquesExperience in application administration and Agile methodologiesThe ability to work well under pressure and meet demanding deadlinesMust be able to troubleshoot, resolve and communicate solutions for system issues to the businessDemonstrated experience working within a team environmentExcellent communication, interpersonal and critical thinking skillsPre-Employment ChecksSatisfactory Police Records Check (no older than 12 months)Working with Children Check - relevant to the state you are based inRight to Work within AustraliaNDIS Worker Orientation Module- https://www.ndiscommission.gov.au/workers/training-courseNDIS Worker Screening CheckFull COVID-19 vaccination Certificate or valid medical exemptionBenefitsSalary packaging benefits up to $15,899 per annumAccess to our Employment Assistance ProgramOngoing access to support and development opportunitiesFor a full list of our staff benefits, visit https://www.wellways.org/careers-wellwaysTo submit your application click Apply Now.For a confidential discussion about the role, please contact Rachael Lovelock on 03 8486 4245.Please note: Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted for an interview.Wellways Australia Limited is committed to the safeguarding of children and vulnerable people. All applicants applying for roles within Wellways must undergo a screening process prior to their successful appointment. We warmly encourage people from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities and people with lived experience of mental health and disability to apply.The health and safety of Wellways participants and employees is our highest priority and all Wellways roles require mandatory COVID vaccinations. Successful applicants will be required to provide evidence of COVID-19 vaccination or valid medical exemption prior to commencement