HUNTS Removals are currently seeking truck drivers / offsiders to fill positions within their Nowra business.
The applicants must be fit, presentable, contactable, reliable, willing to work away and have experience driving Heavy Vehicles. They MUST be used to physically demanding work and have good communication skills. They must have either an MR, HR or HC licence.
For more information or to apply for this position please call the Habitat office on (02) 4422 4222 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Reporting to Chief Executive Officer
Classification Level RA 3
Provide proactive, professional executive support to the Chief Executive Officer and Deputy
Chief Executive Officer
1. Provide executive support as the first point of contact for the CEO and Deputy CEO.
2. Provide high level secretarial support to the CEO including the management of the
CEO’s diary, coordinating appointments, travel and producing agendas.
3. Provide proactive information to the CEO on policies, procedures and confidential
enquiries in a timely and efficient manner
4. Liaise effectively and productively with other areas of Reconciliation Australia, providing
administrative support to senior RA managers when required.
5. Coordinate effective communication with external stakeholders including Ministers,
staffers, officials and other senior stakeholders.
6. Plan, arrange and facilitate Board meetings and other events, including organising
travel, development of agendas, the distribution of minutes and relevant documents and
liaising with participants.
7. Secretarial responsibility for taking minutes at Board and other management meetings.
8. Provide project support by creating executive briefs, contribute to reports and conduct
background research on discussion papers as required.
9. Work closely with other units within Reconciliation Australia to support consistent and
effective communication with all audiences.
1. Demonstrated experience in an administration or executive assistant role.
2. High level written correspondence and communication skills for liaising with internal and
external stakeholders and drafting documentation.
3. Ability to manage competing priorities and meet deadlines with a high level of accuracy
using proven organisational skills.
4. Strong customer service skills when developing networks in a culturally diverse
5. Ability to work in a team environment.
6. Sound working knowledge of the Microsoft suite.
1. Experience in office administration.
2. An understanding and awareness of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, their
culture and issues affecting them.
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Australian Government Solicitor (AGS) is a group within the Attorney-General’s Department. It is one of Australia’s most significant national legal services providers with offices in every capital city and approximately 320 lawyers who cover some 40 different areas of law related to government. AGS provides legal services through 3 national practice areas: AGS Commercial, AGS Dispute Resolution and the Office of General Counsel.
AGS is a self-funded fee-for-service Commonwealth trading enterprise competing in the market for the great majority of its work. Our lawyers have time recording responsibilities and billable targets. We have a strong focus on providing excellent legal advice and representation, outstanding client service and on being effective and efficient in our business operations.
AGS Commercial has more than 60 lawyers around Australia who specialise in providing commercial and property related legal services. Our dynamic practice supports some of the Commonwealth’s most high-profile and complex national projects and our services range over large-scale procurements, tenders and contracts, probity and legal process, ICT projects, intellectual property, grants and funding, media and communications, environment and resources, construction and infrastructure projects and property and leasing.
For further information about AGS and AGS Commercial please visit our website www.ags.gov.au
About the role AGS Commercial is seeking a motivated Lawyer to join the busy and dynamic Property team in Perth. This position is designated as Lawyer and classified as either APS Level 5 or APS Level 6 within the APS level 3-6 Broadband.
The successful applicant will be expected to undertake the responsibilities set out in the Lawyer role description. The position would be most suitable for a person with at least 1-5 years’ post-admission experience. Candidates with experience outside that range will be considered if they are willing to undertake supervised work of a kind and at a salary appropriate to a less experienced solicitor. The successful candidate will have a genuine interest in fast paced property work, enjoy the challenge of delivering strategic and high quality services and be experienced in and adept at managing a high volume portfolio.
The successful applicant will have a Bachelor of Laws (LLB) (with a strong academic record), be admitted to practise law in Australia and possess the following skills and experience:
• capacity to deliver superior service and value to clients in a high volume conveyancing and leasing practice
• be able to provide legal advice on, including the drafting and preparation of documentation for real property leasing, the disposal and acquisition of real property, securities and other general property matters
• excellent knowledge of Western Australian property law and practice, with knowledge of property law in other jurisdictions considered an asset
• excellent problem solving, research, analytical and writing skills
• excellent interpersonal skills, negotiation skills and ability to persuade
strong file management and organisational skills including effective time management skills
• capacity to meet personal net production/productivity/revenue targets
• the ability to contribute to or prepare cost estimates for matters and effectively manage matters in accordance with agreed client arrangements
• the ability to identify new business opportunities with clients and develop and maintain strong client relations
• demonstrated ability to work under pressure and in urgent circumstances either alone or as a member of a team under supervision, and to take responsibility for matters and work with limited supervision.
For further information about the requirements of the Lawyer position, please refer to the role description available on our recruitment portal.
This is a full-time position and may be ongoing or non-ongoing (non-ongoing opportunities will be offered for up to 18 months as determined by business demands). The successful applicant will be covered by the Attorney-General’s Department Enterprise Agreement 2016. Salary will be negotiated based on skills and experience.
How to apply
To apply for this role please visit our recruitment career website http://www.ags.gov.au/employment/current-vacancies.html for details.
If you wish to express interest in this opportunity please provide:
• a covering letter (maximum of 2 pages) indicating relevant experience with reference to the skills and experience for the role set out above
• your CV, which should include date of admission
• your academic transcript for your tertiary law qualification.
To apply for this role you must be an Australian citizen. The successful applicant will be required to obtain and maintain a security clearance at the Baseline level (or higher if required).
Applications close on 30 October 2017.
Further information can be obtained by contacting Lee-Sai Choo, Senior Executive Lawyer on 08 9268 1137 or Adrienne North, Human Resources Business Partner on 03 9242 1465.
Are you looking to start a rewarding career where you’ll have the opportunity to play a role in helping to shape the community you live in?
Would you like flexible working arrangements?
If the answer is yes, then apply now to join our Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Vocational Employment Program.
The program will:
>> provide workplace learning and individualised flexible training, development and support options.
>> include a starting salary from approximately $45,000 per annum (full-time).
>> provide great working conditions in a large and inclusive workplace.
>> permanent appointment upon .successful completion of the program.
For more information including how to apply, visit jobs.act.gov.au or contact the inclusion team on (02) 6205 3629 or email email@example.com
The Office for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Affairs (OATSIA) has a number of positions available for permanent filling and would like to invite interested people to attend the following information sessions about the positions:
Venue: Community Services Directorate
Gudthaier Conference Room
11 Moore Street, Civic
Date: Tuesday, 15 August 2017
Time: 12:00pm – 1:00pm
Venue: Community Services Directorate
Gudthaier Conference Room
11 Moore Street, Civic
Date: Wednesday, 16 August 2017
Time: 5:00pm – 6:00pm
The vacant positions are listed below and can also be found on the Jobs ACT website at https://www.jobs.act.gov.au/home
For more information or to apply for this position please call the Habitat office on (02) 6285 2422 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Habitat Personnel are hiring! We are looking for a Full-Time Client Support Officer to join our energetic Canberra Team based in Woden.
Our Client Support Officers facilitate sustainable employment for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander jobseekers. Depending on work demands, our Client Support Officers either undertake a holistic role encompassing all Key Responsibility areas, or specialise in one of these areas as detailed below.
- The position reports directly to the VTEC Manager, and also takes direction from Business Support staff and the Managing Director as required.
- In addition to participant and employer liaison, the position holder will be required to establish or maintain stakeholder networks including with jobactives and Disability Employment Service providers, Registered Training Organisations, and other community support services
- Habitat is a team-oriented workplace; all staff are expected to assist each other with peak workloads and major or one off projects.
- Assess the training and support needs of Habitat clients, and deliver and/or broker the services identified, to remove vocational and non-vocational barriers to employment
- Liaise with jobactives and Disability Employment Service providers both to facilitate client referral and support of existing clients
- Facilitate job placements, including matching caseload to available vacancies
- Develop and maintain relationships with employers and industry groups to secure employment opportunities
- Broker wage subsidies and other assistance as available
- Assist employers to provide a supportive and culturally safe workplace
Post-Placement Support (Mentoring)
- Provide individualised mentoring and support to participants for a minimum of 6 months post-employment placement
- Maintain timely and accurate client records including data entry and electronic filing
- Other duties as reasonably directed
- Aboriginality* and the ability to communicate sensitively and effectively with Aboriginal people
- Knowledge of the employment services sector and the barriers faced by Aboriginal people regarding employment and training
- Case management experience (mentoring experience will be highly regarded)
- Initiative and problem solving skills, and the ability to manage competing priorities
- Highly developed computer skills
*”Aboriginal” includes Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander. Habitat considers being of Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander descent as a genuine occupational qualification under s14 of the NSW Anti-Discrimination Act 1977 and s42 of the ACT Discrimination Act 1991.
INFORMATION FOR APPLICANTS
Written applications are required by 9am Monday 19th June 2017, either by email to email@example.com or by post to 3/31-37 Townshend Street Phillip ACT 2606.
Your application should include:
- A cover letter that introduces you and why you want to work at Habitat
- A statement that addresses how you meet each of the selection criteria
- A resume with your skills, experience and qualifications
- Names and contact details of at least two referees
For any enquiries please contact Mark Farrow, A/ VTEC Manager on 02 6285 2422 or by email firstname.lastname@example.org.
For more information you can download a PDF version of the advertisement HERE