BT10939/1.0-3918913

  • Rapidly growing cyber security consultancy
  • Remote working options Australia wide
  • Great remuneration and opportunities to grow your cyber career

The Recruitment Alternative provides professional recruitment services to a range of SME businesses across Australia & New Zealand.

 
About the Role:
The Senior Cyber Security Specialist is a subject matter expert and advisor on cyber risk and security compliance requirements for our clients. The role will suit someone who is willing to proactively support clients through their cyber journey, drive client initiatives leveraging specialist capabilities from the wider team, business-focussed, and capable of engaging stakeholders at all levels.
 
Working with many diverse clients, across sectors and of all shapes and sizes, you will bring experience in implementing and aligning to security frameworks (primarily ISO27001), audit and security program management.
 
 
What’s great about this role:

  • Flexible work arrangements.
  • Great remuneration ($ 150-175K + Super and open to negotiating for the right candidates)
  • High exposure across the industry, as well as working with a growing and diversified team.

 
Duties:
Reporting to the Head of Service Delivery, you will:

  • Lead the delivery of client engagements providing subject matter expertise to clients and our team.
  • Contribute to the development and implementation of clients’ cyber security initiatives.
  • Support the coordination of client engagements with our Project Coordinator.
  • Support the sales process through the development of RFP, SOW, and proposals and scope validation discussions.
  • Contribute to internal uplift initiatives to ensure continuous evolution of our services to clients.

 
Skills and Experience:
You will have:

  • A positive ‘can-do’ attitude, looking to excel, and support a team of like-minded professionals
  • Strong demonstrable experience in either or both:
    • o Managing a cyber security function and is looking to provide that expertise to multiple clients
    • o Previous cyber security consulting leading engagements with focus on cyber security programs, standards implementation, and strategy development.
  • Strong demonstrable experience with the implementation and management of industry cyber security standards such as NIST, PCI-DSS, APRA CPS-234, ASD Essential 8, and ISO27001 requirements.
  • Knowledge of technical security controls and keeping up to date with security technologies.
  • Excellent communication skills and the ability to demonstrate your ability to talk to various stakeholders and teams across a business
  • Security certifications are always desirable; however, knowledge and demonstrable practical experience are critical.
  • Experience working with M365, AWS and/or Google Cloud platforms, especially in relation to native capabilities and controls, and policy development, would be highly regarded.
  • Australian citizenship or permanent resident.

 
Our client promotes a flexible work environment and encourages everyone to be a contributor to expand and enhance their capabilities to help clients achieve their security objectives.

How to apply:
All applications are to be submitted online – click APPLY. We will be reviewing applications as they are received so apply today! Please note only candidates that meet our client’s selection criteria will be contacted.

Job ID: BT10939/1.0

BT10939/2.0-3926385

  • Work from home option, anywhere in Australia!
  • Great remuneration and opportunities to grow your cyber career
  • Rapidly growing cyber security consultancy.

The Recruitment Alternative provides professional recruitment services to a range of SME businesses across Australia & New Zealand.

About the Role:
The Senior Cyber Security Specialist is a subject matter expert and advisor on cyber risk and security compliance requirements for our clients. The role will suit someone who is willing to proactively support clients through their cyber journey, drive client initiatives leveraging specialist capabilities from the wider team, business-focussed, and capable of engaging stakeholders at all levels.
 
Working with many diverse clients, across sectors and of all shapes and sizes, you will bring experience in implementing and aligning to security frameworks (primarily ISO27001), audit and security program management.
 
 
What’s great about this role:

  • Flexible work arrangements.
  • Great remuneration ($ 150-175K + Super and open to negotiating for the right candidates)
  • High exposure across the industry, as well as working with a growing and diversified team.

 
Duties:

Reporting to the Head of Service Delivery, you will:

  • Lead the delivery of client engagements providing subject matter expertise to clients and our team.
  • Contribute to the development and implementation of clients’ cyber security initiatives.
  • Support the coordination of client engagements with our Project Coordinator.
  • Support the sales process through the development of RFP, SOW, and proposals and scope validation discussions.
  • Contribute to internal uplift initiatives to ensure continuous evolution of our services to clients.

 
Skills and Experience:

You will have:

  • A positive ‘can-do’ attitude, looking to excel, and support a team of like-minded professionals
  • Strong demonstrable experience in either or both:
    • o Managing a cyber security function and is looking to provide that expertise to multiple clients
    • o Previous cyber security consulting leading engagements with focus on cyber security programs, standards implementation, and strategy development.
  • Strong demonstrable experience with the implementation and management of industry cyber security standards such as NIST, PCI-DSS, APRA CPS-234, ASD Essential 8, and ISO27001 requirements.
  • Knowledge of technical security controls and keeping up to date with security technologies.
  • Excellent communication skills and the ability to demonstrate your ability to talk to various stakeholders and teams across a business
  • Security certifications are always desirable; however, knowledge and demonstrable practical experience are critical.
  • Experience working with M365, AWS and/or Google Cloud platforms, especially in relation to native capabilities and controls, and policy development, would be highly regarded.
  • Australian citizenship or permanent resident.

 Our client promotes a flexible work environment and encourages everyone to be a contributor to expand and enhance their capabilities to help clients achieve their security objectives.

How to apply:
All applications are to be submitted online – click APPLY. We will be reviewing applications as they are received so apply today! Please note only candidates that meet our client’s selection criteria will be contacted.

Job ID: BT10939/2.0

RF11017/1.0-3926509

  • Run your diary with flexibility 
  • Ongoing professional development
  • Leadership Opportunity 
  • Make a difference in the business world
  • Opportunity to be a part of a growing business
  • WFH – $100K-$130K + Super

  
Who is your new employer?
  
Our client established its cloud hosting division in 1999 with a focus on making business easier for small-medium enterprises by delivering great Cloud Services with a very strong focus on Microsoft technologies. Working with a passionate lively workforce from a diverse range of backgrounds and generations, they offer a private cloud hosting service to their clients and aim to be at the forefront of the industry.
  
This role reports to the founder on all business activity being across the entire staff and client portfolio reporting on the succession of all verticals weekly. The Founder who is committed to regular coaching and guidance with regard to your personal development will mentor you to become a rockstar in your role ensuring you have the tools to win and shine bright in this current business environment. Outside of the tech space, our client is also involved with other business enterprises including a charity foundation which you will also help to become successful ensuring the vision is met. Your key role is to be across all staff activities, client mastery, help build and maintain a healthy business pipeline, culture, and winning environment to maintain and grow all morale, energy, and results across all platforms.
  
What are we looking for?
  
As the Business Manager, you will be in frequent communication with the Director & staff to manage operations and processes across multiple divisions to ensure organisational effectiveness and efficiency. You will also be responsible for planning, organising and managing the day to day, with a focus on people and workflow management, and client excellence with a focus on a healthy profitable happy business.
  
Duties:

  • Ability to train, attract and retain employees 
  • Build an outcome focused culture with a positive emphasis on people who want to be part of a winning team
  • Help develop and implement business strategies and evaluating company performance
  • Workflow management – run meetings with different teams, monitor projects, have a forward-thinking mindset about future projects, understand profitability, etc. 
  • Risk management and continuous improvement 
  • Use of management skills with the ability to action and implement multiple tasks and projects to completion 

Skills and Experience: 

  • Strong people management skills and demonstrated ability to grown and manage multi-disciplinary teams
  • Excellent interpersonal and communication skills to enable effective interaction with staff, clients and co-workers. Including collaborating with a wide range of stakeholders.
  • Strong organisational skills with multi-tasking, planning and time management
  • Confident with Microsoft Suite 
  • Basic legal experience is advantageous for understanding legal documentation (e.g. intellectual property agreements) 
  • A creative, innovative and positive attitude
  • The ability to work autonomously
  • Reliable, flexible and adaptable
  • A desire to make a real difference in the community 

Are you ready to be part of an organisation that is passionate about results, people, progress, and profit? Are you ready to work with a leader who is pioneering and leading the business world with innovation, creativity, passion, and to be involved with a business that makes a difference in this world?

How to apply
All applications are to be submitted online – click APPLY.  We will be reviewing applications as they are received so apply today!  Please note only candidates that meet our client’s selection criteria will be contacted.
  
Job ID:
RF11017/1.0

LB11014/1.0-3926811

  • Monday to Friday role, no late night or weekends
  • Small friendly team, professional working environment
  • Full-time position offering an immediate start

The Recruitment Alternative provides professional recruitment services to a range of SME businesses across Australia & New Zealand. 
  
About the Role
  
Our client has been specialising in antique and modern jewellery designs for over 30 years.  They are recognised worldwide as a destination for quality designs and unique styles and their pieces have been worn on models, who have graced the front covers of Australian fashion magazines.   
  
This quality family business is now seeking a self-motivated, experienced Administrator, who can assist the Managers with day to day office duties. This will be a varied role, which will see you undertaking data entry, client liaison, processing sales and handling inbound enquiries. You will need to have a “can do” attitude, the ability to multitask and exceptional customer service skills.
  
What’s great about this role:

  • Small, close knit team with low staff turnover
  • Company that values & rewards their staff
  • Staff discounts on quality bespoke items
  • Permanent full time role
  • Close to public transport

Duties:

  • Accurate data entry of stock
  • Keeping clients up to date with regards to orders
  • Responding to client enquiries via email and phone
  • Covering the shop floor, if required
  • Liaising and coordinating with other jewellers and suppliers
  • Processing sales and facilitating client payments
  • All general administrative functions ensuring the smooth operation of the business

Skills and Experience:

  • A minimum of 2 year’s experience in an Administration role
  • Strong attention to detail, whilst being able to prioritise work and meet deadlines
  • Maintain polite and professional communication via phone and email.
  • Exceptional communicator capable of engaging and building effective relationships with a diverse range of people.
  • Excellent computer skills with accurate typing and data entry ability.
  • A willingness to learn with an adaptable and flexible approach.
  • “Can-Do” customer focused attitude.
  • Ability to work autonomously as well as part of a team.

How to apply:
All applications are to be submitted online – click APPLY.  We will be reviewing applications as they are received so apply today!  Please note only candidates that meet our client’s selection criteria will be contacted.
  
  
Job ID:
LB11014/1.0

MAS10972/1.0-3923326

  • Work life balance
  • Work from home opportunity
  • Training provided

  
The Recruitment Alternative provides professional recruitment services to a range of SME businesses across Australia & New Zealand. 
  
  
About the Role
  
This role reports directly to the Head of Events and Engagement. This role is responsible for event coordination and administration to support of Branches across VIC and other business events as directed. You are required to work cooperatively to plan and execute a range of national education courses and events such as golf days, technical seminars, conferences, education events, dinner meetings, breakfasts and more.
  
  
What’s great about this role:

  • Training provided
  • Be part of a well-connected industry
  • If you are a people person – this is the role for you
  • Work life balance
  • Be part of a business who are highly innovative

  
  
Duties:

  • Provide direct administration, support and coordination for Branches and Sub-Branches as directed to deliver their approved events.
  • Develop and execute event plans and execute events to reach approved targets and budget for each event.
  • Coordinate all sponsorship, venue, speaker, facilitator and delegate registration for events and education programs (as directed).
  • Manage a project plan and budget for delegated events as per prescribed procedures and templates for face to face and virtual / online events.
  • Prepare sponsorship documents and manage relationships with sponsors for events in line with company policy and protocol.

  
  
Skills and Experience:

  • A relevant diploma or tertiary qualification in event management, business or marketing is desirable, but not essential.
  • Experience in a similar role (membership, education and / or events)
  • Ability to coordinate end-to-end event management
  • Strong organisational and project management skills
  • Excellent communication skills both written and verbal
  • Strong computer skills in Microsoft Office suite of programs and database experience
  • Ability to work autonomously (virtually)

  
  
  
How to apply
All applications are to be submitted online – click APPLY.  We will be reviewing applications as they are received so apply today!  Please note only candidates that meet our client’s selection criteria will be contacted.
  
  
Job ID:
MAS10972/1.0

VP10844/02-3916778

  • Fast paced environment 
  • Training and support
  • Opportunity to progress to management role

About the Employer
  
My client is a boutique Chartered Accounting Practice & includes a strong Financial Planning division. The firm as been established for over 22 years on the city fringe near Melbourne University with 21 staff, 4 working offshore.   
  
Their team is passionate about being the very best in everything they do and motivating clients to achieve their lifetime financial goals. This is demonstrated by various awards won over past years, the latest this year, being Practice of the Year Award for our Financial Planning Division.

About the Role
  
This is an exciting opportunity for you to join our growing Chartered Accounting & Financial Planning firm. The role will allow you to have great ownership over your tasks & great pride in knowing you are assisting in underpinning the entire professional team. You will work closely with our existing administration team to achieve this. We have great pride in the Company & our work & are looking for someone who shares the same values.
  
Benefits:

  • Award winning practice
  • Generous remuneration
  • Opportunity for Career Progression
  • Work predominately with high net worth clients

Duties:

  • Liaise with clients and third parties via phone and email to ensure all Client Queries are Completed by following up
  • Manage daily administrative duties for the team including, scanning, printing, filing, sorting mail and answering phones.
  • Assist with collecting, implementing, and following up on insurance applications
  • Ordering stationary, supplies, maintain order in the office/kitchen.
  • Supporting Advisors and Paraplanners where required

Skills and Experience:
  
To be successful in this role…

You will have:

  • A passion for client services and positive attitude to work
  • Highly organised approach to tasks and an ability to manage your time well
  • Expertise in the production of documents, spreadsheets, presentations, and mail merges
  • Excellent relationship management and administrative skills to assist our clients with various requests
  • An ability to think outside the square and constantly looks for better ways of doing things
  • A high level of energy and motivated to achieve growth and meet deadlines
  • A Professional Presentation with a motivated & ‘can do’ attitude essential
  • Attention to detail and accuracy – this is a must for the sophistication of our client base
  • Excellent communication skills, both written and verbal
  • A confident, yet friendly & mature manner
  • Ability to prioritise and work under pressure
  • Ability to work in a team environment and oversee our support team offshore

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

TSBJA01-3916206

  • Hybrid work model – work from home & the office
  • Flexible office location – either Melbourne or Geelong
  • Competitive Salary relevant to the experience

  
About the Employer:

Our client provides progressive wealth services to aid their clients in both personal & business affairs, therefore helping their clients achieve their own goals & aspirations. By providing accounting & business advice, taxation, finance, wealth accumulation & succession, risk management & insurance services, our client customises personal solutions for their clients & builds long-lasting, trusting relationships.

  
About the Role:

Due to growth, our client is currently seeking a self-motivated, client-facing bookkeeper to form a part of their growing advisory team. This position can be located at either the Melbourne or Geelong offices with WFH days.

  
Key responsibilities will include:

  • Providing bookkeeping & advisory services to a range of clients across various industry sectors
  • Utilising a variety of cloud-based accounting packages to meet the clients’ needs & assist with day-to-day bookkeeping as well as month-end & year-end processing, reconciliations, and data allocation reviews
  • Preparation of payroll, BAS & IAS liaising directly with the client with support from our Advisory team
  • Assist in preparing financial information and reports for Accountants, on a monthly and quarterly basis
  • Involvement in team communications and training meetings.

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

  • Min 3 years of bookkeeping experience working within an accounting firm
  • Must be able to communicate with a variety of people at all levels of an organisation
  • Experience working with various clients at the same time
  • Strong working knowledge of Xero, QuickBooks, and MYOB
  • Ability to learn new systems and procedures quickly
  • Ability to multi-task and problem solve
  • Team player, self-motivated, reliable and trustworthy
  • Strong attention to detail, and the ability to work within a team environment and autonomously.
  • Must be interested in a variety of work & learning new skills & constantly growing
  • Must have rights to live & work in Australia
  • Completed an Australian Diploma or Degree preferable or Qualification in Accounting or Bookkeeping plus relevant Australian experience.  
This role offers a lot of autonomy & variety with a supportive & collaborative team. If you are looking for a role with a firm that is not your average accounting firm, that really cares about their clients & building long-term relationships, then this is the role for you.

  
Please forward your cover letter and resume in MS WORD format.
  
Please note only candidates that meet our client’s selection criteria will be contacted.
  
Job ID: TSBJA01