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Operations Manager
Optimum Consulting Group
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Location Icon South Brisbane, Queensland

Our client is an international logistics and transportation icon; one of the most remarkably successful privately owned businesses in Brisbane, and Australia. They pride themselves on an unwaveri...

Our client is an international logistics and transportation icon; one of the most remarkably successful privately owned businesses in Brisbane, and Australia. They pride themselves on an unwavering commitment to superior client care and are held in tremendous regard to those wishing to move niche and high value items including automotive, project cargo and machinery.

We seek a passionate Operations professional with a natural leadership style who is determined and always focused, calm and always considered. You will lead a small yet dynamic local team across freight logistics, operations and customer care. Former management experience in a similar hands-on position is vital; you will be at ease supervising cargo operations, quotations, sales leads and branch accounts – you will also thrive in a strategic tactical planning role, helping the business to truly evolve, forge ahead and expand.

This is a rare newly-created senior appointment calling for an ambitious and diversely experienced person; attitude, presence and demeanour is critical, Six to eight years of strong relevant experience is essential. On offer is a seat at the table; to collaborate, innovate and dominate. Are you curious to discuss? Please send your CV in strict confidence and utmost discretion to Michelle Murphy, via michellem@ogroup.com.au
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Office Manager
Djarindjin Aboriginal Corporation
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Location Icon Broome, Western Australia

About the businessOur missionOur mission is to create a sustainable future for our community, one that allows us all to take care of our country and to thrive as a community.We are one clan with ...

About the business

Our mission

Our mission is to create a sustainable future for our community, one that allows us all to take care of our country and to thrive as a community.

We are one clan with many connections. We are the voice of our community. We undertake our mission understanding that everything we do is done with respect for each other, an acknowledgement of our past and a determination to make our own future.

Our Vision

Be financially sustainable, have a clear plan for the future that will enable our next generations to be empowered with self-determination.

Our Objective

We are one clan with many connections… Everything we do is done with respect for each other, an acknowledgement of our past and a determination to make our own future.

  1. Good Governance: DAC Board members provide strong leadership through accountable and transparent governance, responsible financial management, strategic corporate planning and operational delivery.
  2. Improving Our Quality of Life: DAC makes strong choices to better the quality of life in Djarindjin and our broader community.
  3. Protect and care for culture and country: DAC is committed to the protection of culture, environment and the natural resources through the implementation of environmental best practice including; animal health, waste management, recycling, energy efficient practices and the development of safe green spaces.

.Capacity Building and Employment Creation: DAC provides support and resources for employment and training to build the capacity of our community.

About the role

Essential

Relationship Building: Establishes and maintains relationships with a broad range of people including Indigenous people; promotes harmony and consensus through diplomatic handling of disagreements; builds trust through consistent actions, values and communication.

You will also have a capacity to assist Staff, internal and external stakeholders, and community members through knowledge of the roles and processes of the Djarindjin Aboriginal Corporation and how to access these systems.

Communication: Confidently conveys ideas and information accurately and in a clear and timely manner; handles difficult and sensitive communications well. Strong Administration skills: You should have experience working in a office in a sole charge capacity.

Desirable

 An understanding of the complexity of Indigenous community dynamics, including the social and economic circumstances faced by many Indigenous people and communities.

An ability to anticipate and understand the different needs and concerns of clients, stakeholders and colleagues and to manage difficult issues.

· Some out of hours work, and occasional travel to remote communities necessitating overnight absences may be required.

· Appointment will be to a specific role and depending on organisational needs, you may be assigned to other areas to perform work of a similar nature appropriate to the classification on a temporary or continuing basis.

 It is a condition of employment with Djarindjin Aboriginal Corporation that you must be an Australian Resident; have a current criminal history check (no older than three months at commencement of employment and as required throughout period of employment).

 This position description is indicative of the range of job requirements. The position comprises other duties as required.

·Cooperate with his or her employer with respect to any action taken by the employer to comply with a requirement imposed by or under this Act or regulation.

. To apply for this position or for further enquiries please forward your resume to hr@djarindjin.org.au including the position title and any questions you need to ask before applying for this position

If you are successful and are from outside Western Australia you will be required to mandatory isolate for 14 days, Djarindjin Aboriginal Corporation will cover this cost.

All applications will be treated confidentially and only those with the rights to work full time in Australia will be considered. Due to the high volume of applications, only those have been shortlisted will be contacted. 

Djarindjin Aboriginal Corporation is an equal opportunity employer and we encourage people from diverse backgrounds to apply. We also encourage people of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander background to apply.

Benefits and perks

Salary Sacrifice

Accommodation may be available with rent reduction

2 Weeks Toil

6 weeks annual leave

Relocation cost if needed

Skills and experience

Previous Management or equivalent experience 

Strong Computer skills

Able to become a Centrelink Agent

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Assistant Practice Manager | Accounts Focus | Unique Part-Time Opportunity
ABKJ Lawyers
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Location Icon Gold Coast, Queensland

Assistant Practice Manager  |  Legal Accounts & HR Focus |  Gold Coast Office Unique Part-time OpportunityWork-life Balance Job Security and Stability ABKJ Lawyers is a well-established, Gold Coa...

Assistant Practice Manager  |  Legal Accounts & HR Focus |  Gold Coast Office

  • Unique Part-time Opportunity
  • Work-life Balance
  • Job Security and Stability

ABKJ Lawyers is a well-established, Gold Coast based law firm celebrating 50 years of service in 2020. Over the past 50 years the firm has built up a strong reputation in the community as being a reliable and experienced local law firm.  We have the knowledge and expertise that comes with 50 years of practice and we take pride in the long period of time that many of our employees have been with us.

This newly created position has been established by the Partners to provide daily ongoing support to the Practice Manager of the firm. This critical role will see routine duties of the Practice Manager delegated to the Assistant Practice Manager. These duties will be carried out under the guidance and supervision of the Practice Manager. 


THE POSITION
We are currently looking to employ an Assistant Practice Manager to fill a permanent part-time position offering 25 hours per week. Your hours of work would be 9:30am to 2:30pm Monday to Friday with a view to increase these hours over time and transition to full-time employment as the role develops.

In this versatile role you will work alongside and report directly to the Practice Manager of the firm. From time to time you will be required to work additional hours to cover the Practice Manager while he is absent for extended periods of time, during which time, you will report directly to the Partners of the firm. 

The position of Practice Manager encompasses a very broad range of duties which includes Accounting, Human Resources, Information Technology and Operational tasks. Specific duties across these areas will be delegated to you as the Assistant Practice Manager. Your typical day could include the following tasks:

Accounts

  • Receipting funds and Reconciling Bank accounts
  • Drawing Cheques, Processing Electronic Payments and Paying Creditors
  • Dealing with Trust Monies Generally
  • Administering and reconciling Petty Cash
  • Preparing Bank Deposits and attending to the Banking


Human Resources

  • Assist in the processing of Payroll weekly
  • Assist in Recruitment and Decruitment processes
  • Assisting in the preparation of employment contracts and other employment forms
  • Carry out inductions and in house training sessions


Marketing

  • Assist in the planning and preparation of events.
  • Draft, Disseminate and Monitor Social Media Posts
  • Design and Develop Marketing Concepts and Material
  • Liaise with Marketing and Advertising Contacts

Operations

  • Carry out project work to achieve the objectives of management.
  • General Administrative duties for management including filing, archiving etc
  • General Procurement and sourcing of new technologies, equipment and supplies
  • Provide lunchtime and holiday cover for the receptionist.


Remuneration for this position will be commensurate with your previous experience and how closely you align to the selection criteria.

THE IDEAL CANDIDATE
The ideal candidate will be confident, reliable, friendly and be able to demonstrate initiative and integrity. They will be a dynamic, team player with a strong work ethic that isn’t afraid to roll up their sleeves to get the job done. As a “Jack of all trades” they will possess a wealth of general knowledge across a broad range of business areas.

The ideal candidate will also meet the following essential and desirable selection criteria:

Essential Criteria

  • Solid Bookkeeping or Accounts background is crucial for success in this role.
  • Excellent oral and written communication skills
  • Excellent interpersonal skills and High Emotional Intelligence
  • Excellent time management and organisational skills
  • Advanced problem solving skills and critical thinking
  • Advanced Leadership skills
  • Willingness and ability to learn new tasks and technologies
  • Ability to adapt to a rapidly changing environment


Desirable Criteria

  • Previous experience working in the Legal Profession
  • Tertiary Qualification in Business, Human Resources, Marketing or similar
  • Experience using Lexis Affinity and MYOB
  • Current Driver’s License and your own vehicle
  • Justice of the Peace or Commissioner for Declarations

We envisage that this role will develop into a fulltime position at some point in the future and the ideal candidate may be someone returning to the workforce or looking to gradually take on fulltime employment.


If the ideal candidate sounds a lot like yourself then we strongly encourage you to apply for this position.


Please contact Anthony Palella our Practice Manager on 07 5532 3199 or by email to hr@abkj.com.au if you have any questions about the position.


All applications and expressions of interest should be submitted through Seek to be considered for this position.


Only direct applicants need apply. Candidates from recruitment agencies will not be considered for this position. All applications will be treated in the strictest of confidence. You must have the right to live and work in Australia to apply for this position.


Please note that only short listed candidates will be contacted about this position.

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Senior Operations Manager
The GPT Group
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Location Icon Darwin, Northern Territory

At GPT we are passionate about creating spaces that go beyond the expectations of our investors, customers and communities. We create value through our focus on strategic investment and managemen...

At GPT we are passionate about creating spaces that go beyond the expectations of our investors, customers and communities. We create value through our focus on strategic investment and management of high quality shopping centres, office towers, logistics centres and business parks and proudly own a number of prime assets across Australia.

Every day we strive to deliver expectational results to achieve our vision to be the most respected property company in Australia. We do this by empowering our people to take initiative and create solutions. We believe our commitment to invest in you is what strengthens the core of our business and keeps us sustainable, focussed and passionate about shaping the future of property in Australia.

About the role

The Senior Operations Manager is accountable for the overall operational performance of the Asset, Casuarina Square Shopping Centre. As a strong people manager, you will provide leadership to the property operations team, setting a vision and strategies for the team to deliver upon, whilst driving a culture of high performance.

With a focus spanning the strategic delivery of lifecycle asset planning, project management, commissioning, through to the daily operation of all property services, you will drive sustainable and economic performance throughout the asset with a focus on constant improvement.

The principal tasks of the role include, but are not limited to:

  • Manage the site Operational team and provide leadership and guidance to ensure that activities are prioritised and diligently and efficiently completed.
  • Ensure the team maintain a strong focus on customer service (team includes broader contractor resources engaged to perform work within the asset).
  • Drive GPT’s safety culture across the asset, both with GPT employees and our contractors, ensuring compliance with GPT health and safety procedures.
  • Drive safety and security strategies with our service providers to improve the guest experience and improve perceptions of Casuarina Square.
  • Lead and guide the Tenancy Delivery process, ensuring the centre is compliant with GPT Property Operations Policies & Procedures and that fit out works adhere to the centre fire engineering, technical services designs, structural engineering requirements and centre aesthetics.
  • Provide leadership and guidance to the Capital Works team to deliver projects on time and on budget.
  • Manage all specialist contractors to ensure they comply with their contract terms and conditions along with nominated scope of works
  • Manage the Preventative Maintenance program
  • Accountable for the operational expenditure budget and short/long term capital forecasting, including the setting of annual budgets, reforecasting as required and presenting Asset Plan updates
  • Work with the Centre Manager & Divisional Finance Manager on the month end reporting process
  • Lead the team to drive performance of the asset to ensure performance targets are achieved
  • Establish and maintain a sound professional working relationship with customers, contractors, national property operations team and owner representatives
  • Ensure major incident and emergency response plan & procedures manual is up to date
  • Assist with emergency evacuation procedures and other crisis management situations
  • Participate in the Duty Manager roster as required - late night/weekend and public holiday shifts.

What makes you stand out?

  • Tertiary or trades qualified – engineering or building services qualifications desirable.
  • At least 10 years’ relevant management and operational experience in a property/shopping centre environment required.
  • Demonstrated understanding of Building Codes, Australian Standards, OHS/WHS and Legislation, Essential Services of Authority and Statutory Requirements.
  • High level of commercial acumen and financial management, with proven experience with budgeting and forecasting.
  • Proven experience in the critical analysis of building performance.
  • Proven experience in managing “multi project” programs of work of varying levels of technical complexity.
  • Ability to accept, manage and implement change.
  • Ability to communicate effectively at all levels and build effective and professional relationships with a range of stakeholders, including senior management, facilities site staff, external service providers and contractors.
  • Problem solving, interpretation and negotiation skills.
  • Customer focus and proactive approach with initiative.
  • Strong leadership skills with a demonstrated ability to lead small to medium sized teams and ability to mentor, develop and motivate people.

What makes us stand out?

  • Recognised and Awarded Employer of Choice by WGEA 2018, 2019 and 2020
  • Commitment to diversity and inclusion
  • Broad spectrum of diverse and challenging career opportunities available across the organisation
  • Investment in your personal development and future career aspirations
  • Flexible work options available to all GPT employees
  • Competitive remuneration packages and employee benefits

We recognise that providing our people with flexible working options improves our performance, creates opportunities for learning, supports wellbeing and improves our lives outside of work. Our mobile workplace technologies and activity based work environments make working at GPT what you do, not where you do it. Explore your options to achieve flexibility including: generous paid parental leave, tailored hours and flexible scheduling, career breaks, study leave, compressed hours, remote working and leave purchase plans.

What are the next steps?

If this role sounds like you then we want to hear from you! Click the below link to submit your formal application online and a member of the talent team will be in touch.

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Business Manager - Merrimac State High School
Queensland Government
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Location Icon Gold Coast, Queensland

Image Courtesy of Merrimac State High School About the School Founded in 1979, Merrimac is a coeducational, non-selective, public school for students from 12 to 17 years of age. The school has tw...

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About the School
Founded in 1979, Merrimac is a coeducational, non-selective, public school for students from 12 to 17 years of age. The school has two phases of education; Junior Secondary for students in years 7, 8 and 9 and Senior Secondary for years 10, 11 and 12. During the Senior Secondary phase of learning students have an opportunity to choose either an academic and/or vocational program.
The school is located in the geographical heart of the Gold Coast, close to beaches, public transport and shopping centres. The extensive 10.4 hectare site is well laid out with mature trees and gardens that offer outdoor eating areas and shaded meeting spaces. In addition to general classrooms the school also has a library, swimming pool, sport and assembly hall, gymnasium, tennis, basketball and netball courts, ovals, performing arts theatre, music rooms, home economics kitchen, hospitality centre, dance studio, art rooms, robotics laboratory, canteen and administration centre.
Your Role
As the Business Manager you will have responsibility for (but not limited to) the following:

  • Operate autonomously to undertake day to day office procedures within well-defined policies (e.g. reception, arranging appointments, correspondence, maintaining school records and general administration); and utilise information and management systems (e.g. OneSchool) to support effective and efficient reporting and administration.
  • Undertake the day to day supervision and management of school support staff, including monitoring workloads and performance (working in collaboration with the Principal for any difficult performance management situations); identifying workforce capability requirements; and role modelling performance standards. In addition, this role will oversee the signatories/approval of timesheets, leave applications, rosters, and arrange relief for school support staff; and organise, undertake and coordinate the recruitment, induction and training of school support staff.
  • Assist the Principal with the preparation of the school budget and administer day to day financial matters (i.e. accounts payable/receivable, corporate card monitoring, reconciliations, banking). Input and export data to/from OneSchool for the Principal, to assist with budgeting and financial management.
  • Assist the Principal with the management and coordination of school resources, assets and facilities (e.g. maintaining the asset register, organising repairs, facilities and grounds maintenance, planning and review of minor works etc.), engage external advice where appropriate and offer problem resolution support.
  • Arrange technical support/maintenance as required with regard to the operation of computers, ipads, digital whiteboards, scanning and other technology/equipment.
The successful applicant will be responsible for managing the Human Resources and Cleaning Team within the school. HR and Payroll experience within a school environment is highly desirable.
When working in regulated employment an employee must have a current Working with Children Clearance (blue card) issued by Blue Card Services.

To apply please attach the following:
  • A brief resume (maximum 3 pages) including contact details for 2 referees (one of whom should be your current supervisor)
  • A maximum 2 page written response outlining your suitability for the role referring to the key capabilities under the ‘How you will be assessed' section in the attached role description.
Applications remain current for 12 months from the closing date and may be considered for appointment to identical or similar vacancies within the Department.
Applications from recruitment agencies will not be accepted.
Employees affected by workplace change will be considered on merit.This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Australia License.
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How much do Office Management earn in Australia? The average salary of Office Management is $80,320 in Australia
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Average $80,320
Range $80K - $90K
Last updated September 25 2020
The average pay range for Office Management is between $80K and $90K. Salaries vary from a low of $40K up to $140K per year. The average number of Office Management roles advertised per month is 571 in Australia between October 2019 and September 2020.
What are the most common skills required to be a Office Management? The most common skills required for a Office Management are:
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Last updated August 31 2020
Which recruitment agencies have the largest number of Office Management roles in Australia?
See which recruitment agencies advertise the most Office Management roles. See what salaries they paid for Office Management in Australia. See how they compare to the average Office Management salary of $80,320.
Advanced Personnel Management
Melbourne (26%), Perth (22%), Sydney (17%), Geelong (12%) +3 others
77

$59K-$69K

(($15,606))

$59K-$69K
(($15,606))
TAFE NSW
Sydney (50%), Newcastle (30%), Adelaide (10%), Wollongong (10%)
40

$150K-$200K

($94,680)

$150K-$200K
($94,680)
Department of Education & Training Victoria
Melbourne (76%), Adelaide (12%), Geelong (12%)
34

$87K-$104K

($15,679)

$87K-$104K
($15,679)
ACT Government
Canberra (100%)
32

$91K-$97K

($14,305)

$91K-$97K
($14,305)
Prime Practice HR Solutions
Gold Coast (100%)
30

$40K-$50K

(($35,320))

$40K-$50K
(($35,320))
Last Updated September 26 2020
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Where are Office Management in Australia sourced from?
Office Management are sourced from
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Office Management are sourced in Australia are most likely to be sourced from these schools
TAFE
Griffith University
Macquarie University
Curtin University
Monash University
Last updated September 29 2020
Where are most Office Management roles located in Australia?
Sydney 612 / 25%
Melbourne 447 / 18%
Brisbane 338 / 14%
Perth 284 / 11%
Adelaide 217 / 9%
Last updated September 26 2020
Which locations in Australia pay the most for Office Management?
Sydney ($91K)
Darwin ($90K)
Albury ($88K)
Cairns ($87K)
Melbourne ($87K)
Last updated September 19 2020

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