JD11088/1.0-3949692

  • Family owned Australian business
  • Supportive & Friendly Culture
  • $125K plus Super neg dep experience

My Client is the only full-service sustainable packaging solutions company in Australia that saves customers time and money. Based in Keilor Park, this company is a family-owned business at the forefront of the Australian packaging supply industry. Their main focus is on customer service and delivery, providing tailor-made innovations and solutions to each individual customer, according to their needs. The company continually works towards increasing its sustainability, with the reduction of the use of plastic in the community a crucial and ongoing goal.   
  
About the Role

Reporting to the Managing Director and part of the Executive Leadership team this role will play both a strategic and tactical (day to day) role in developing and delivering on the HR & Safety strategies for the business.
  
What’s great about this role:

  • Supportive working environment
  • Work closely with the MD and leadership team to ensure the smooth running of HR processes
  • Development and growth opportunities
  • Mix of WFH & in the office
  • A chance to take charge of the HR Department in a consistently growing business

  Duties:

  • Safety – In conjunction with the National Operations Manager and the Executive Leadership team ensure safety principles, practices and reporting are in place across the business
  • Workers Compensation – Ensure current premiums are maintained plus manage the return-to-work processes for any injured employees
  • Talent Acquisition & Workforce Planning – Design, govern and maintain the process for recruitment and workforce planning.
  • Developing and managing the relationships with our key external stakeholders.
  • Learning & Development
  • Performance management, remuneration & benefits – Coordinate the annual performance management and salary / remuneration review processes
  • Develop key metrics and performance reporting processes to measure the effectiveness of the HR & Safety function, strategy and processes to enable Omni Group’s business strategy
  • Employee and Industrial Relations – Work with and mentor the people leaders in managing any workplace behaviour and grievance
  • Ensure the Organisational structure is reviewed, as a minimum annually.

  Skills and Experience:

  • 3 + year’s experience in leading and managing a Human Resource function
  • Excellent communication skills both written and verbal
  • Proficiency in the Microsoft suite of products
  • Mentoring and coaching skills
  • Experience in working closely with a senior leadership team and their respective teams in bringing a business strategy to life
  • Time Management e.g. ability to organise and prioritise
  • Tertiary qualifications in a business-related discipline while not essential, would be desirable

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:
JD11088/1.0

JS11066/01-3938863

  • $60-$65k p.a. + Superannuation
  • No Weekend Work
  • Training and Career Path
  • Growing Global Business

About the Role
  
You will provide day-to-day operational and administration support for a busy team, primarily focused on coordinating and scheduling of customer requests. The role involves multitasking to fulfil client expectations and deliver a high quality service. You will be someone who works well under pressure, and enjoy dealing with a diverse stakeholder group, including technicians, service managers, warehouse and customers. 
  
What’s great about this role:

  • Future Career in Sales or Technical
  • Responsive Management Team
  • A leading manufacturer and global distributor
  • Loads of variety in the role
  • An Equal Opportunity Employer

Duties:

  • Daily coordination of field technicians and approved service agents
  • Receipt and review of invoices and paperwork from approved service agent
  • Effective monitoring and follow through each job to completion
  • Respond effectively to all client emergency service requirements
  • Liaising with warehouse and supplies in to organise materials for jobs
  • Build effective relationships with customers
  • Adhere to Health and Safety requirements 

Skills and Experience:

  • Previous experience in a similar service coordination or customer service role
  • Ability to work with a wide range of stakeholders, e.g., technicians, the warehouse team
  • Exceptional interpersonal and communication skills
  • Ability to work as a part of a team with enthusiasm and initiative
  • Excellent organisation skills with attention to detail
  • Passion for customer service, with confidence and empathy
  • Adaptable and resilience towards a fast-paced environment
  • Computer experience & to learn new programs

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: JS11066/01

LB10896/3.0-3945563

  • Be trained in Administration in the Medical/Allied Health field
  • Small friendly team, professional working environment
  • Job Stability – low staff turnover rate
  • Located South East of Melbourne

About the Role:
Our client is a 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, from hearing therapy and speech pathology; to diagnostics, hearing aid technology and tinnitus treatment.

They are now seeking a “Director of First Impressions”, who can be the face of their busy Practice.  You will need to have excellent customer service and computer skills, and the ability to deal with patients of all ages and cultures, including families and their children.  Your role will see you undertaking a variety of duties, including answering calls and enquiries, greeting clients in a polite friendly manner, scheduling appointments, receipting, invoicing and general administrative tasks.
  
What’s great about this role:

  • Competitive hourly rates
  • Opportunity to be trained in administration within the Health industry
  • Great working environment and culture
  • Small friendly team, professional working environment
  • Full-time position offering an immediate start

Duties:

  • Meeting and greeting patients
  • Answering incoming calls 
  • Scheduling and confirming appointments
  • General administration support to clinicians
  • Data entry of patient information
  • Typing of correspondence 
  • Invoicing and receipting payments
  • General office administration duties

Skills and Experience:

  • Office reception or medical reception experience would be advantageous
  • Strong attention to detail, whilst prioritising and working to deadlines in a fast paced, pressured environment.
  • 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.
  • Ability to work autonomously as well as part of a team.
  • 38 hour week, Monday to Friday, late Wednesday and the occasional Saturday (approx. once a month)
  • Own transport as location is difficult to get to via public transport

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: LB10896/3.0


 

LB11070/2.0-3942073

  

  • Permanent role, 4 or 5 day working week on offer
  • Opportunity to be trained in the Allied Health Industry
  • Eastern suburbs of Melbourne

About the Role:
Our client is a specialist family owned business, who has been providing dedicated care to their patients for over 30 years. They are committed to total hearing and communication management and providing their clients with a high level of professionalism and customer service.
  
We are now seeking a “Director of First Impressions”, who can be the face of their busy Audiology Practice.  You will need to have excellent customer service skills, with the ability to deal with patients of all ages and cultures, including families and their children.  Your role will see you undertaking a variety of duties, including answering calls and enquiries, greeting clients in a polite friendly manner, scheduling appointments, receipting and invoicing and general administrative tasks.

*Please note;  We are happy to look at someone who has experience or we are open to offering a Traineeship for a keen Junior (under 21) who is looking to work in Administration in the medical field.

What’s great about this role:

  • Permanent full time position with an option of a 4 or 5 day working week.
  • Monday to Friday only, no late nights or weekends
  • Great working environment and culture with long term employees
  • Small friendly team, offering a professional working environment
  • Busy role, with a variety of duties

Duties:

  • Meeting and greeting patients
  • Answering incoming calls 
  • Scheduling and confirming appointments
  • General administration support to clinicians
  • Data entry of patient information
  • Typing of correspondence 
  • Processing accounts, invoicing and receipting payments
  • General office administration duties

Skills and Experience:

  • Excellent computer skills with accurate typing of minimum 50 wpm 
  • Strong attention to detail, whilst prioritising and working to deadlines
  • Ability to work in a fast paced environment
  • Have an exceptional phone manner and sound written communication skills
  • Exceptional communicator capable of engaging and building effective relationships with a diverse range of people.
  • 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.
  • Own transport would be preferable as the location could be difficult to get to via public transport.

Please note only candidates that meet our client’s selection criteria will be contacted.
  
Job ID: LB11070/2.0

JD11151/1.0-3945349

  • Competitive Salary on Offer
  • Work from home in the Melbourne Area
  • Permanent Part time – May progress to Full time if desirable

  
Our client is a well-established bookkeeping practice located in Melbourne’s South Eastern Suburbs. They provide services to a wide range of small business clients across various industries and locations.  Going through a period of substantial growth and looking for experienced staff to join this thriving business.
  
  
About the Role
  
As an experienced bookkeeper you will bring your strong attention to detail skills to an employer who will appreciate your demonstrated experience and knowledge from previous bookkeeping roles. Your excellent writing skills and high level of accuracy will ensure you excel when completing financial transactions and providing financial information to clients. Your familiarity with relevant system knowledge such as Xero and MYOB will be well received, as will your enthusiasm and ability to learn new systems quickly.
  
What’s great about this role:

  • Permanent Part Time 20-30 hrs p/w
  • Supportive work environment
  • WFH with occasional client visits in the surrounding areas of Caulfield & Toorak
  • May progress to full time hours if desirable. 

Duties:

  • Reconciling bank accounts
  • Processing debtors, creditors and payroll
  • Preparation of IAS and BAS
  • Client communication

Skills and Experience:

  • Demonstrated experience working in a similar role (1 year+ experience in bookkeeping
  • Strong communication and written skills
  • Excellent working knowledge of Xero and MYOB
  • Australian Resident or Citizen.  

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:
JD11151/1.0

TS11139/1.0-3945307

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

 
About the Role:

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

  
  
What’s great about this role:

  • Manage your own workflow & clients
  • Flexibility in hours and office workdays
  • Offers a lot of autonomy & variety with a supportive & collaborative team.

  
Duties:

  • Completion of annual financial statements and annual return obligations for a portfolio of Self Managed Superannuation Fund (SMSF) clients.
  • Completion of quarterly activity statements and TBAR reports for a portfolio of SMSF clients.
  • Preparation of other SMSF-associated documentation ie pension agreements and minutes of meetings.
  • Liaising with clients on queries and information required.
  • Assisting Client Partner with overall client engagement for a portfolio of specified clients, including working directly with PWS team in the facilitation of consolidated engagements and budgets.
  • Assist Client Partner as instructed with working directly with PWS team members and third-party associates in the facilitation of relevant tasks to deliver clients’ overall financial goals and objectives.

  
Skills and Experience:

  • Minimum of 3 years’ experience in SMSF accounting
  • Completed a University degree in commerce, accounting or business
  • Undertaking or attained CA or CPA
  • Strong technical skills and knowledge of accepted accounting practices and principles
  • Strong tax knowledge applicable for SMSF clients
  • Knowledge of applicable laws, codes and regulations applicable to SMSF clients
  • Proven ability to with communicate with a variety of people at all levels of an organisation, as well as experience working with various clients at the same time.
  • Experience with MS office products, including Excel & Word.
  • Experience with common accounting software e.g. BGL 360 & MYOB
  • Australian Citizen/resident with excellent verbal & written communication skills

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.
  
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:
TS11139/1.0