ZPPM02-3743537

  

  • Great Salary plus Car Allowance
  • Heading up NSW Projects
  • Working with a Global Company

  
About the Employer
This global service-based company designs, installs and services integrated security systems and CCTV systems for commercial clients across a suite of technology-based security services.
  

About the Role:
They have an excellent opportunity for an experienced Project Manager to join their Project Department and oversee all Sydney based Projects. The purpose of this role is to ensure the smooth running of projects and operations, as well as other day to day activities.
  
As well as the technical know-how and project management experience, customer service will be at the heart of this role alongside representing the clients and organisations interests.
  

Benefits:

  • The opportunity to work within a tight knit professional team and head up your own projects
  • You’ll be working at the forefront of security technology
  • Opportunity for career progression into Senior Project Management
  • Onsite parking and car allowance provided for the successful candidate

  
Duties:
Reporting to the Head of Projects some of your key accountabilities will include;

  • Supervising and monitoring the whole project process, across all Sydney based projects
  • Providing outstanding customer service to all clients throughout the project process
  • Agreeing project objectives and setting out all project plans
  • Monitoring sub-contractors to ensure guidelines are maintained within projects
  • Overseeing the accounting, costing and billing of your projects
  • Representing the client’s and organisation’s interests at all times throughout the process

  
Skills and Experience:
In order to secure this role, the ideal candidate will have;

  • Significant experience as a Senior Security Technician, with management experience, managing all aspects of security systems and CCTV system implementation
  • OR experience in a Project Management role within construction or technology-based discipline
  • Experience working with Project Management Methodologies
  • Experienced in managing sub-contractors to tight deadlines
  • An exceptionally high level of commitment to customer service
  • Strong organisational skills, you can manage multiple projects and keep on top of all moving parts while delivering excellent service
  • Strong business acumen, you have the ability to look at a project and understand the commercials
  • Project Management certifications / accreditations would be desirable
  • Drivers Licence

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

Job Ad ID; ZPMS02

LBAA01-3752430

  • Friendly, successful family run business
  • Busy, fast paced role with variety
  • Newly created position you can make your own

About the Employer
Our Client is a successful manufacturer and supplier of quality bespoke metal products.  They have been in operation for over 25 years, and have established themselves as experts at delivering exceptional metal products across Australia. They are a boutique, friendly, family run business who pride themselves on their fast, friendly and efficient service, which has seen them become a trusted supplier of choice to a variety of industries, including the building, construction and architectural market.
  
About the Role:
This is a newly created position plays a very important part in ensuring our client can continue to provide a high quality service to their Customers and remain one of the best suppliers to the industry.  You will be responsible for handling inbound sales and customer service enquiries, providing and following up on quotations and any other associated administrative support required for the Sales Team.  Being a boutique business, we are looking for someone who is an exceptional team player and has a flexible work ethic.
 
Benefits:

  • Friendly, flexible team environment
  • Excellent working conditions
  • Successful business, so stability is assured

Duties:

  • Field sales enquiries from phone calls, emails and company website
  • Pass leads to relevant sales staff
  • Data entry and maintenance of client database
  • Relief Reception
  • Providing and following up quotations for new customers
  • Dealing with and investigating Customer queries/complaints
  • Sending out samples and send to clients via post or courier

Skills and Experience:

  • Min 2 years’ experience in a similar role
  • Experience within the industrial/manufacturing environment preferable
  • Excellent communication skills (written & verbal)
  • Intermediate to advanced computer skills, including MS Office
  • Excellent organisational and time management skills
  • Ability to pick things up quickly
  • High level of accuracy and attention to detail
  • Proactive attitude and the ability to multitask
  • Own transport required

  
Please note only candidates that meet our client’s selection criteria will be contacted.
  
Job ID: LBAA01
 

LBMA01-3752443

  

Marketing Assistant – Part Time

  • Friendly, successful family run business
  • Opportunity to take the lead in this in-house marketing role
  • Two days a week to commence, with the potential to increase hours

About the Employer
Our Client is a successful manufacturer and supplier of quality metal barrier products.  They have been in operation for over 25 years, and have established themselves as being  experts at delivering exceptional metal products across Australia. They are a boutique, friendly, family run business who pride themselves on their fast, friendly and efficient service, which has seen them become a trusted supplier of choice to the building, construction and architectural market.
  
About the Role:
We are now seeking a creative, self-motivated and passionate marketer who is keen to get creative and be part of a close knit, dynamic team. You will need to be flexible, adaptive to change and be able to manage multiple projects simultaneously.  You will need to have demonstrated experience in producing marketing content and material across a number of channels, along with having a proactive approach in all areas of your work including but not limited to, new concepts, deadlines and the ability to manage yourself and relevant stakeholders.
  
Benefits:

  • Excellent hourly rate
  • Use your creativity and marketing flair to make an impact on the business
  • Opportunity to grow with the business

Duties:

  • Creation, scheduling and management of Social Media campaigns
  • Management of Google Ad Words campaigns
  • E-news creation and email marketing
  • Website management, copywriting and ongoing improvement
  • Marketing material design and creation
  • Co-ordination of advertising material for industry magazines
  • Design and coordination of print material
  • Liaising with internal and external stakeholders

Skills and Experience:

  • Min 2 years in a marketing role managing digital, email and print campaigns
  • Experience in copywriting and e-news
  • Design skills and experience; Canva, Powerpoint, Adobe Photoshop
  • Advanced Computer skills, including MS Office
  • CRM and email marketing experience
  • WordPress website experience essential, with the ability to update same
  • Creative eye and passion for detail
  • Own transport required

  
  
Please note only candidates that meet our client’s selection criteria will be contacted.
  
Job ID: LBMA01
 

LBPIS02.1-3751998

  • Excellent Salary on Offer
  • World Leading Company
  • Opportunities for Advancement

  
About the Employer:

Established in 1945, our Client supplies world leading Construction Equipment through sales and hire of their equipment throughout four countries in the World.  Today, every division within the Group supports the core business, and this clear focus is a key to the Group’s continuing success. In addition to selling world-leading brands of new & used Construction Equipment, they also have a comprehensive after-sales divisions for servicing and parts.
  
About the Role:

Our Client is seeking a driven, ambitious and conscientious person to join their aftersales team, assisting with both internal operations and retail customers.  Selling parts is the primary focus and key priority of this role, with the successful applicant providing both support to the technicians, and aftersales care to their valued clients.  
  
The successful applicant will need to have the ability to be able to gather information, understand it and keep accurate records.  Understanding how to process quotes, orders, invoices and credit notes will be a distinct advantage.  We are looking for someone to join the organisation for the long-term and strong prospects exist for advancement within the organisation.

Benefits:

  • Opportunity to join a highly successful, stable organisation
  • A Company that values and rewards their staff
  • Promotional opportunities available
  • Wholly Owned Family Business with long term employees

Duties:

  • Handle face to face, phone and email enquiries
  • Gather information from the client to enable you to provide correct quotations
  • Process customer orders and pricing, factoring in geographical locations
  • Build and maintain professional client relationships
  • Sourcing new, used and remanufactured parts through local and international suppliers
  • Handle complaints and warranty claims

Skills and Experience:

We are seeking someone with previous experience as a Parts Interpreter, preferably within the Heavy Vehicle/Mobile Plant industry, or someone who has a strong mechanical knowledge, or a combination of the two, although we will consider applicants from other related industries.  

  • Professional Phone Manner essential
  • Excellent level of written and spoken communication skills
  • Excellent problem solving ability
  • An intermediate level of computer skills, including MS Office
  • An understanding of stores, inventory and stock control processes
  • Positive, friendly, can-do attitude
  • Forklift licence or the ability to obtain a licence
  • Drivers Licence essential

  
Please note only candidates that meet our client’s selection criteria will be contacted.
  
Job ID: LBPIS02.1
 

VVSE01-3751946

  

L2 Systems Engineer

  • Competitive salary
  • On-site role with parking
  • Very supportive team of professionals

  
Your next Employer
Is an IT Managed Services Provider who has been providing services since 1999. They are a Microsoft Silver Midmarket Solution Partner (since 2002), as well as a Microsoft Small Business Specialist, with a team of engineers that are Microsoft Certified Professionals.  They provide on-site and remote services to their valued clientele.

Your new Role
While Covid continues to haunt all of us, you will be on-site at the customers’ premises at Macquarie Park, providing day to day support, alongside a second Technician.  Together, you will ensure that all of the company’s IT issues are attended to in a timely manner.  When Covid settles, you will be on-site three days a week and elsewhere on the other days.
  
Benefits:

  • Support provided to assist with difficult issues
  • Personal growth and internal opportunities available
  • Paid Microsoft Certification every 6 months

Duties: 

  • Manage, configure and install network equipment – firewalls, wireless, switches and routers. 
  • Deploy, configure and support cloud products.
  • Take responsibility for the administration of a SharePoint environment.
  • Manage the clients’ machines using management software. 
  • Deployment and management of Windows and Exchange servers.   
  • Assist and learn from other team members.
     

Skills and Experience:

  • Your knowledge, skills and experience will enable you to find resolutions
  • Server support experience is a must, as is a solid understanding of computer, network and internet technologies, so you can troubleshoot issues as they arise
  • Incident management, at first level, and troubleshooting capabilities forms part of this role  
  • Strong written and verbal communication skills
  • Demonstrated time management skills and the ability to manage competing priorities
  • You enjoy rolling up your sleeves and being a team player and in return you will have the support of your peers
  • To be successful in this role you need to have the ability to ask for help if needed
  • The ability to build a rapport with clients and gain their confidence by communicating and acting in a professional manner

 Please note, only candidates that meet our client’s selection criteria will be contacted.
  
Job ID: VVSE01
 

HMA02-3746611

  • Boutique multi-disciplinary Accountancy firm based in the heart of Sydney
  • Competitive salary package on offer
  • Full-time position offering an immediate start

  
About the Employer
Our client is a highly passionate firm offering services of Business Advisory, Auditing, Accounting and Tax. Based in Sydney CBD our client is highly passionate about helping clients achieve excellent outcomes.
  
About the Role:
This role will suit somewhere with experience of working within compliance & involves preparing jobs from start to finish covering all areas of financial reporting, taxation, auditing, insolvency, accounting information systems, budgeting, cost management, planning and decision-making by organisations and individuals and providing advice on associated compliance and performance requirements to ensure statutory and strategic governance.

Benefits:

  • Boutique multi-disciplinary firm based in the heart of Sydney
  • Competitive salary package on offer
  • Full-time position offering an immediate start

  
Duties:

  • Preparation of Income Tax Returns for all entity types, including Trusts, Companies, Partnerships, Self-Managed Superannuation Funds and Individuals
  • Preparation of financial statements for all entity types, including Trusts, Companies, Partnerships, Self-Managed Superannuation Funds and Individuals
  • Preparation of Business Activity Statements and Instalment Activity statements for all entity types
  • Data entry including the functions of bank reconciliations, credit card reconciliations and accounts payable and receivable
  • Preparation of Fringe Benefit Tax Returns, Taxable Payment Annual Reports and all other ATO lodgement obligations

  
Skills and Experience:

  • Degree in Accountancy
  • In the process of completing a CPA or CA
  • Proactive thinking and requires strong communication and organisation skills
  • Previous experience in a similar role within an accountancy business for at least 3 years.  

Please note only candidates that meet our client’s selection criteria will be contacted.
  
Job ID:
HMA02


 

LBWAS01.1-3745536

  • Work for a market leader with a great culture
  • Opportunity for career growth
  • Competitive hourly rates, overtime opportunities plus benefits!

About the Employer
Established in 1945, our Client supplies world leading Construction Equipment brands through sales and hire of their equipment throughout four countries in the World.  Today, every division within the Group supports the core business, and this clear focus is a key to the Group’s continuing success. In addition to selling world-leading brands of new & used Construction Equipment, they also have a comprehensive after-sales divisions for servicing and parts.
  
About the Role:
Due to their continued growth and success, our Client is now seeking an enthusiastic, results driven Workshop Assistant, who has a high attention to detail, is pro-active and passionate about providing a high level of quality work. You will be responsible for working effectively within the workshop environment and assisting both the Workshop and Hire Team.  
  
Benefits:

  • Training and development opportunities available
  • Opportunity for overtime
  • Work closely and be mentored by an experienced team
  • Company that promotes “safety first” culture

Duties:

  • Adhere to Workshop Safety protocols,
  • Complete wash and detail duties as required for Rental and New Machine Fleets
  • Complete basic machine inspections, photograph and detail as required
  • Move and position machines and attachments within the compound
  • Ready machines for hire – Including refuel/operational checks
  • Control machine loading and unloading in the yard
  • Develop best work practices with emphasis on safety and efficiency
  • Maintain and uphold the company values
  • Be prepared to work past the standard work hours and meet the needs of the Business
  • Upkeep the workshop and compound cleanliness

Skills and Experience:

  • High interest level or some experience in a Workshop or Mobile Plant environment an advantage
  • High level customer service
  • Sound communication and interpersonal skills
  • Strong work ethic and willingness to learn
  • Excellent time management skills
  • Can work in a team and autonomously
  • Operator knowledge is a bonus, but not essential

Please note only candidates that meet our client’s selection criteria will be contacted.
  
Job ID: LBWAS01.1
 

LBPS01.1-3748435

  

  • Excellent Remuneration Package!
  • High Profile Successful Retailer
  • Enjoy complete responsibility for this end-to-end role

About the Employer
Our client is a successful publicly listed Australian Retailer who has been in operation for over 50 years.  They have a reputation for excellence and pride themselves on providing their customers with a high-quality product which is backed by outstanding customer service.  As a result of this, they have grown to having over 50 showrooms and distribution centres throughout Australia and NZ, with more growth plans underway.

About the Role:
Due to continued growth, they are now seeking a highly experienced Payroll Manager, who will report to the CFO and have complete ownership of the payroll function for the business.   This is a highly confidential and pivotal role in the business, where you will be responsible for processing weekly and fortnightly payments for over 550 staff across Australia and NZ.  

It is essential you have experience processing payroll through a “Time and Attendance” software system and exposure to a large retail or hospitality employer would be preferable.
  
Benefits:

  • A stand-alone role you can make your own
  • Job stability and career development opportunities on offer
  • Staff discounts on offer with this leading Retailer
  • On-site parking and close to public transport

Duties:

  • Processing weekly and fortnightly payroll for over 550 permanent, part-time and casual staff
  • Have an understanding of relevant Awards, to enable you to identify any discrepancies
  • Work with the Finance team to reconcile PAYG and Superannuation payments
  • Produce relevant payroll reports for management
  • Ensure all payroll transactions are calculated and processed efficiently and accurately
  • Liaise with internal and external stakeholders with relation to payroll matters
  • Remain highly confidential and discrete in all dealings

Skills and Experience:

  • Previous experience as a stand-alone Payroll position working within a large employer
  • Experience with Time & Attendance software, ideally Human Force
  • Ability to communicate with key stakeholders both internally and externally
  • Ability to work independently as well as part of a team
  • Have exceptional written and verbal communication skills
  • High level of organisational and problem solving ability
  • Ability to multi task and prioritise your workload
  • Can manage situations with empathy and timeliness to achieve business outcomes
  • Are trustworthy, discreet and can conduct yourself with integrity
  • Have excellent attention to detail
  • Have strong leadership and mentoring ability

Please note only candidates that meet our client’s selection criteria will be contacted.
  
Job ID: LBPS01.1

VVITT01-3748362

IT Field Technician

  • 90% (on-site) 10% (office)
  • Own vehicle required
  • Variety plus

About the Employer
Our client is a well established, innovative IT Service Provider, with a difference.  They provide exceptional service to their loyal clientele and as a result they are growing rapidly.  They pride themselves on moving fast and keeping up with the latest technology, so they can always keep their clients one step ahead.  Their stylish premises is located north of the Sydney CBD.
  
About the Role
You will be allocated a group of clients to look after and it will be your responsibility to ensure that their IT needs are meet on a regular basis.  This is the closest you can get to running your own business.  You will flourish in this role if you are a very technical minded IT professional, who enjoys researching and upskilling on a regular basis.  Finding the solution is something you will thrive on.  Confidence with, end user support, networking, troubleshooting, problem solving, setups, planning and design, business analysis work and system implementations, software development is what you need.

Benefits:

  • Genuine career progression & development opportunities
  • Competitive remuneration plus benefits
  • Social activities on a regular basis
  • Flexibility 
  • Lunch on the boss

  Duties:

  • Ensure clients receive professional IT service at all times
  • Build strong relationships with your peers and clients
  • Keep up to date with the latest trends/technology

Skills & Experience:

  • IT Qualifications 
  • Proficiency with IT Infrastructure, including Networking
  • Strong focus on windows environment
  • Ability to troubleshoot & problem solve
  • Strong communication skills 
  • Passionate about IT
  • Drivers license and own car is essential
Please note only candidates that meet our client’s selection criteria will be contacted.

  
Job ID: VVITT01