KG10434/01-3842488

  • Work/Life balance – PT role – 3 days a week to suit you
  • Autonomous Role – true opportunity to drive the HR agenda and make a significant change
  • Strategic role, supporting the needs of the firm and providing expert advice to the principles

  
About the Employer
Our client provides personalised professional services focused on improving their customer’s personal wealth and lifestyle.  They are consistently improving their knowledge and expertise to ensure they excel in delivering the best accounting, audit, taxation, and financial services.   They partner with their clients to provide a holistic solution and help them manage every aspect of their financial life cycle. 
  
About the Role
The Head of People and Culture will be responsible for managing the full range of HR functions including workforce planning; performance management; recruitment lifecycle; onboarding and offboarding process and WH&S.  The role is expected to work autonomously providing expert HR advice and support to the principles and the boarder organisation. To be successful in this role you will be an experienced HR professional who has previous experience in establishing an HR function.  Ideally, you will come from an SME environment and are happiest when you are ‘hands-on’ and considered the trusted ‘go to’ provider of direction and advice in all matters HR.

Benefits:

  • Chance to make a significant impact
  • Great salary and company benefits
  • No travel required
  • Great office environment

Duties:

  • Manage the full range of HR functions
  • Provide strategic advice to stakeholders
  • Promote the purpose, mission, values, and code of conduct of the business
  • HR Metrics, i.e., annual performance targets, payroll reporting, staff engagement/attrition
  • Review and improvement of HR-related policies, processes, and work practices

  
Skills and Experience:

  • Extensive knowledge of contemporary HR practices and strategies
  • Exceptional interpersonal skills to enable independent advice to all levels of staff
  • Ability to develop appropriate Learning and Development frameworks
  • Solid knowledge and experience with HRIS systems
  • Strong verbal and oral skills
  • Ability to work with minimal supervision to deliver quality outcomes, capacity, and innovative solutions
  • Tertiary qualifications in a relevant field (HR management or similar)
  • Previous experience as an HR Manager or Head of People & Culture – min 5 years’ experience.

    
Please note only candidates that meet our client’s selection criteria will be contacted.
  
Job ID:
KG10434/01

KG10369/02-3842129

  • Established Australian Owned Company
  • Great Location No Travel
  • Small Friendly Team

  
About the Employer
Established for more than 30 years this Australian Manufacturer prides itself on providing an excellent product backed by clear ongoing communication, personal service, and customer support.  Currently operating warehouses in Melbourne, Sydney, and Tasmania along with a Distribution Centre in Brisbane, this innovative company have advanced itself to become a preferred supplier to some of Australia’s biggest construction companies
  
About the Role:
The Factory Warehouse Assistant will be vital in assisting in the assembly and manufacturing orders along with packing and despatching orders, booking freight, and scheduling orders.   This is a significantly ‘hands-on’ manual role that is a vital cog in the efficient workings of the warehouse. A minimum of a couple of years’ experience in a similar role would be desirable.  A forklift license is essential.
  
Benefits:

  • Innovative, established company
  • Opportunity for Career Progression
  • No travel required

  
Duties:

  • Cutting aluminum extrusion to length and drilling
  • Cutting matting to size and finishing Produce accurate and quality work
  • Packing orders
  • Booking freight  

  
Skills and Experience:
  

  • Ability to learn machinery
  • Forklift License 
  • Competency in Outlook, Word, Excel,
  • Work to Deadlines
  • Despatch & Production Scheduling
  • Ability to maintain confidentiality
  • Customer-centric outlook
  • Keeping clear constant lines of communication

Please note only candidates that meet our client’s selection criteria will be contacted.
  
Job ID: KG10369

KG10391/02-3838806

  • Family-owned National Business of 25 years+
  • Fantastic opportunity to join a rapidly growing company
  • High performing culture that values superior customer service as well as its people  

About the Employer
Our client is a successful Australian-Owned family business established for over 25 years. It is an award-winning recognised leader in the packaging & consumables industry, specialising in pallet-wrapping & effective load containment. The company is on a significant growth streak.  Offering complete warehouse and packaging solutions using cutting edge European innovation
and technology – effectively a “One Stop Shop”. With a focus on reducing customers’ environmental impact within a culture of integrity, quality, and superior customer service, this role is a fantastic opportunity. This company has a culture of superior customer service, exceeding customer needs integrity, quality, charity, trust, and care for people and the environment. Performance is recognised and rewarded.
  
About the Role
Take responsibility for the leadership of the Sales Order Administration team, ensuring the smooth running of the office, efficient running of order processing, ensuring data/reporting integrity, and Interstate office management.  Your ability to organise and manage conflicting priorities along with previous knowledge of ERP or CRM systems will be highly valued.  You remain calm under pressure with the ability to multi-task and think on your feet. You will have a minimum of five years of Office/Administration experience and have led and mentored teams in the past. 

Benefits:

  • National role with attractive remuneration 
  • Fantastic opportunity to join a rapidly growing company
  • High performing culture that values superior customer service as well as its people

Duties: 

  • Leadership of Sales Order Administration team – onsite and remote locations
  • Ensure sales order confirmations are audited
  • Office Administration Management & Interstate Office Management
  • Weekly activity reporting; to name a few

  
Skills and Experience:  

  • High level of customer service with the ability to organise and prioritise
  • Previous order processing experience
  • ERP/CRM systems knowledge
  • Skilled at team leadership and mentorship
  • Previous experience in a similar role for at least 5 years

Please note only candidates that meet our client’s selection criteria will be contacted.
  
Job ID:
KG10391/02

NC10444/1.0-3840120

  • Be part of a rapidly growing and dynamic team within one of Australia’s Leading Iconic Brands
  • Competitive salary package
  • Onsite parking

  
About the Employer
100% Australian Owned and Operated Company since 1960 offering energy efficient and practical lighting solutions across Australia and New Zealand.  They are the leading supplier of quality energy efficient lighting products across all major retailers.  In recent years, the company has expanded to include home décor, furniture, project design and travel.  You will be part of a very family-oriented team who are passionate and proud about their long-standing business.
  
About the Role:
This role will be responsible for managing the customer service enquiries for the retail sector of the business and will predominantly provide technical support for their new release Wi-Fi Smart Home products.  To succeed in this role, you will need to be tech-savvy, have a solid customer service background and will ideally have experience working with Wi-Fi smart home products whether that be at home or in a similar role.  You will genuinely enjoy helping others find solutions to their problems, be a great listener and an effective communicator with a friendly can-do attitude.
  
Benefits:

  • Be part of an innovative product new to the market
  • No sales involved at all!
  • Training and support provided
  • Flexible start and finish times

Duties:

  • Receive inbound calls, provide product and technical support and resolve any customer concerns with accuracy and efficiency
  • Respond promptly to customer enquiries across various channels (no face-to-face interaction) and manage expectations effectively ensuring customer satisfaction
  • Acknowledge and provide solutions to concerns expressed by customers about products they have purchased
  • Processing orders, requests, forms and application in a timely manner
  • Maintain detailed records of customer interactions and process customer accounts

Skills and Experience:

  • Experience in a similar customer service role with an ability to manage a high volume of inbound enquiries
  • Knowledge of smart home products and automation including Google Home and/or Amazon Alexa devices (desirable)
  • Qualification in IT or similar (preferred)
  • Ability to comfortably guide customers and troubleshoot connectivity issues involving Wi-Fi and smart home products
  • Strong written and verbal communication skills including conflict resolution

  
Please note only candidates that meet our client’s selection criteria will be contacted.
  
Job ID:
NC10444/1.0

KG10439/01-3840096

  • Enjoy a part-time administrative role within an established Family-owned business
  • Autonomy, security, and variety – no two days the same
  • Small team

  
About the Employer
Our client is an iconic Melbourne hospitality and property developer. They are a well-established family company offering beautiful offices, long-term security, and the ability to work autonomously within a small team consisting of the Director, Account Manager, and yourself.
  
About the Role
This part-time position offers variety in a fast-paced environment. Your daily tasks will include data entry, assisting the Director with his requests and requirements, answering the phones, light cleaning duties, stationery orders, and communicating confidently and efficiently with the Director who is rarely in the office.
  
Our preferred candidate will be proficient with MYOB, have excellent communication skills, be mature, confident, have strong problem-solving capabilities, and be happy to work on their own in a very small and quiet office.
  
Benefits:

  • Modern offices
  • Part-time role
  • Work on your own with complete autonomy
  • Free car-parking available
  • Immediate start

Duties:

  • Provide administration support to the company Director and Accounts Manager
  • Assist with account payments, sales accounts, and end of month checks
  • Process creditor invoices (data entry) via MYOB
  • Deal with account inquiries and support the team with various administration functions
  • Liaise and follow up on property projects
  • Assist with general light office housekeeping

Skills and Experience:

  • MYOB experience with financial acumen
  • Strong written and verbal communication skills
  • Ability to work unsupervised
  • Self-motivated
  • Demonstrated organisational skills, strong accuracy, and attention to detail
  • Ability to work under pressure, problem-solve and multitask
  • Microsoft office suite experience with a minimum of 2 years in a similar role

Please note only candidates that meet our client’s selection criteria will be contacted.
  
Job ID:
KG10439/01

BT TRA-SC/1.0-3838423

  • Permanent part-time opportunity working exclusively from home.
  • Appx 20 hours per week /basic salary + super+ bonuses
  • Working with a partner who will be assisting you with all your campaigns
  • No sales pressure


About The Recruitment Alternative

The Recruitment Alternative is one of Australia and New Zealand’s leading permanent recruitment agencies working mainly in the small business sector. Established for over 16 years we provide affordable recruitment solutions coupled with exceptionally high standards of service. We are an award-winning agency and our staff enjoys the rewards of a truly modern and innovative business structure.    

We are currently expanding our business and looking for at least one sharp, passionate recruitment consultant to join our successful team. As a growing business, we are looking for consultants who can work independently from a home-based office and who are seeking work-life balance and supportive work culture.  We provide thorough training, ongoing support and provide our consultants with all the tools necessary for success.

About the role

Working on permanent recruitment roles across a warm desk of clients you’ll be based entirely from home working closely with a recruitment partner who will be assisting you with all your campaigns. There are no client visits required and all your interactions will be conducted over the phone and email. Your sales activities will be a minor component of your work. Your main focus will be making candidate placements.

You will be allocated between 3-4 campaigns per week. This opportunity definitely requires a recruiter who is highly organized and can complete campaigns quickly and be comfortable managing a busy workload. 


Key responsibilities will include:
 

  • Providing high-quality professional recruitment services to suit each client’s specific requirements
  • Managing a high caseload
  • Management of client relationships
  • Compiling job briefs
  • Seeking referral business from existing clients.
  • Creating targeted, advertising, and launching the ad across various online platforms
  • Interviewing candidates over the phone
  • Minor administration tasks
  • Attend training sessions and meetings

   
To be successful in this role you must have the following:
 

  • Must have a demonstrated track record in completing campaigns quickly
  • A solid history of work in permanent agency recruitment.
  • Genuine dedication to providing clients with high-quality placements
  • Excellent capacity to build great professional relationships
  • Adaptability, flexibility, and the ability to manage multiple and competing deadlines
  • High-level communication skills both written and verbal
  • Experience in the use of computer systems and web-based technologies
  • A home office, computer, and reliable internet connection
  • A commitment to best practice and continuous improvement.

BT TRA-SC/1.0 

NC10412/02-3838257

  • Competitive Salary
  • Co-operative team environment
  • Start the New Year in a great new role

  
About the Employer
Our client is a family owned Australian business with more than 25 years experience in the wholesale packaging industry.  They are a leader in their field.
  
About the Role:
Due to growth our client requires the services of another Sales Administrator to provide customer support, process sales orders, liaise with in-house teams, prepare reports and more.  If you like to keep busy and to learn new procedures and processes this is the role for you.  Your organisational skills, together with your confident communication skills and the ability to use your intuitive will secure this role for you. 
  
Benefits:

  • Work/life balance environment
  • On the job training
  • Employee of the month awards
  • Birthday gift

Duties:

  • Process Sales Orders via the web, phone and email
  • Liaise with customers/sales team/warehouse staff
  • Ensure clients are your first priority
  • Meet daily deadlines

Skills and Experience:

  • Good communication skills
  • Willingness to learn
  • Computer savvy (MYOB desirable but not essential)
  • Own transport as no public transport available

 
Please note only candidates that meet our client’s selection criteria will be contacted.

Job ID: NC10412/02

KG10370/01-3836002

  

  • Attractive Remuneration
  • Autonomous role – opportunity to make the role your own
  • National Role with an innovative nationally recognised company
  • Report directly to the Managing Director

  
About the Employer
This Innovative National Company brings smart solutions and innovative products to their relevant market in Australia making them the preferred and trusted supplier for several national Business Service Contractors and Facility Management Services across the nation.  They are constantly investing in leading technologies to ensure increased product/service efficiencies and sustainability. 
  
About the Role
You will be responsible for the management and leadership of all warehouse teams nationally.  Your brief will include such responsibilities as; managing productivity, stock integrity, customer order cycle times, operational labour costs, freight negotiations, high-level involvement on special projects, maintenance/integrity of WMS, and OH&S nationally.    You will have a background in managing multi-site facilities of at least 4 years. 

Benefits:

  • Opportunity for internal transfers and promotion
  • National business
  • Fast-paced – Transparent leadership – Agile business
  • Innovative – new products and engagement all the time
  • Family environment – staff lunches, etc

Duties:

  • Management and leadership of all Warehouse Teams nationally
  • Responsible for ensuring orders and transfers are DIFOT
  • Manage logistics, negotiate with freight & 3PL providers
  • Manage operational labour costs and work with Sales/CS teams on productivity improvements
  • Work with relevant stakeholders on implementation/improvement/integration of WMS
  • Manage, implement & drive operational & other special/asset related projects

Skills and Experience:

  • Highly developed interpersonal and communication skills
  • Strong work ethic
  • Critical thinker
  • Extensive experience with ERP systems
  • First Aid Certification essential
  • Forklift license essential/truck license desirable
  • Comprehensive knowledge of freight/logistics/warehousing
  • OH&S regulation/compliance
  • Previous experience in a similar role for at least 4 years

   
Please note only candidates that meet our client’s selection criteria will be contacted.
  
Job ID:
KG 10370/01


 

CG10401/2.0-3825491

  • Small friendly team, professional working environment
  • Long-term career opportunity – low staff turnover rate
  • Located South East of Melbourne

About the Employer
Our client is a small family-owned business that has been providing dedicated care to their patients for over 30 years. They’re committed to total hearing and communication management. This includes every facet of communication – from hearing therapy and speech pathology; to diagnostics, hearing aid technology and tinnitus treatment.
  
About the Role:
Our client is seeking a dynamic and tenacious receptionist who can effectively multi-task. You will be manning the front desk, greeting patients and their families; while answering phone calls and scheduling appointments. The role requires a mature approach and a high standard of communication and administration work.

Benefits:

  • Competitive hourly rate
  • Great working environment and culture
  • Small friendly team, professional working environment
  • Located South East of Melbourne

Duties:

  • Meeting and greeting patients – families and children
  • Answering incoming calls 
  • Scheduling and confirming appointments and meetings
  • General administration support to clinicians
  • Data entry of patient information
  • Typing of correspondence 
  • Processing of accounts 
  • General office administration duties

Skills and Experience:

  • Strong attention to detail
  • Ability to deal with fast paced, pressured environment.
  • Polite and professional communication 
  • Robust computer skills with accurate typing and data entry ability
  • Ability to work autonomously, as well as part of a team.
  • Must be flexible to work some late nights, including Saturdays
  • Own transport preferable – difficult to get to via public transport

If you are exceptionally organised, love a challenge and want added variety then this could be the role for you! 
  
Please note only candidates that meet our client’s selection criteria will be contacted.
  
Job ID:
CG10401/2.0