JSOCN01-3799650

  

Operations Coordinator
  • Monday to Friday– no weekends!
  • Fast paced dynamic role
  • Growing Global Business

About the Employer
Our client is a leading manufacturer and global distributor of water coolers designed for offices, factories, hospitals, hotels, schools, restaurants and other workplaces. Established in the early 1990’s this company has an enviable reputation in the industry for using years of knowledge, innovation and experience to deliver purified, great-tasting water in the safest and most sustainable way. With a workforce of close to 300 and a relaxed atmosphere, this globally connected company is experiencing constant growth and customer loyalty.
  
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. 
  
Benefits:

  • Future Career in Sales or Technical
  • Responsive Management Team
  • Onsite Parking

Duties:

  • Review, schedule, and dispatch technicians to the right jobs, reallocate as required
  • Effective monitoring and prioritisation of workload to ensure customer satisfaction
  • Allocate jobs in a timely and efficient manner to ensure superior customer service
  • Respond effectively to all client emergency service requirements
  • Liaising with warehouse and supplies in to organise materials for jobs
  • Undertake various administrative tasks, including receipt and review of invoices
  • 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, customers, and 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 resilient with a positive attitude towards a fast-paced environment
  • Computer experience – Microsoft Word & Excel – Comfortable to learn new programs

Please note only candidates that meet our client’s selection criteria will be contacted.
  
Job ID: JSOCN01

VVCSC01-3793326

  Administration Assistant/Client Services Co-Ordinator

  • Up to $80,000 + super
  • Free parking
  • Full-time (very flexible hours)
  • Penrith location

    
About the Employer
This is a small friendly boutique Accounting Services firm of 10 who has been experiencing steady growth since their inception.  They are a firm that lives up to the work/life balance ethos.  They are very flexible when it comes to working hours.   They have an open door policy, weekly training sessions, and an inclusive culture. 
  
About the Role
The Administration Assistant role will be to provide service to the firm’s clients, without the Accountants having to get involved.  This is a very “hands on” role where you will be truly valued.  If a client requires copies of their tax returns, you will assist them.  If an ASIC Report needs to be run, you will look after it.  If the ATO Portal needs to be updated, you will take care of it and more….  If you love variety and like your efforts to be appreciated then this is the role for you.
  
Benefits  

  • Grow your career
  • Genuine work/life balance 
  • Mon to Fri 9.00 am to 5.00 pm (very flexible)
  • Be heard – encouraged to be proactive
  • Training on a regular basis
    Duties
  • Provide exceptional Customer Service
  • Build a rapport with clients/ATO/ASIC/Contractors/Team members
  • Ad hoc admin tasks
  • Maintain the client database
  • Monitor deadlines – BAS IAS and TAX
  • Document preparation and management
  • Handle client enquiries via phone and website
  • Monitor ATO portal and communicate with clients

  
Skills and Experience  

  • Previous experience within an Accounting firm MUST HAVE
  • Strong admin skills 
  • Attention to detail
  • Exceptional customer service skills
  • Proficient with either Zero or MYOB
  • Enjoy a busy day

  

Please note all applications will be viewed.  Only candidates that meet our client’s selection criteria will be contacted.

  
Job ID: VVCSC01
 

LBPIS03-3797608

  • Excellent Salary Package on Offer
  • Collaborative, Friendly Team
  • Growing Group with 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 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, however we will consider someone who has a strong mechanical knowledge, or experience within a related industry.  

  • 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: LBPIS03
 

CPBK01-3794256

  • Great renumeration
  • Hybrid Work from Home & Office
  • Supportive and friendly team

  
About the Employer
Our client’s business is all about understanding their clients and helping them to achieve greater success within their organisations and the people charged with running them. Their focus is to redefine internal finance team functions for various business’s by blending strategic counsel, smart leveraging of technology and industry insights that harness commercial ordnance.
  
About the Role:
Exposure to a diverse range of accounting functions for various clients across different industries in an ever changing but supportive environment will help you grow and develop your professional experience.
 
The ideal candidate has impeccable attention to detail, high level multi-tasking and amazing organisational skills. You are confident with a positive can-do attitude and you deliver high-quality work consistently whilst managing multiple tasks. You will be responsible for reviewing, checking and answering technical-related questions as well as providing feedback and empowering team members to reach independence. Proficient software skills are essential together with excellent communication skills and a friendly and pleasant manner.
  
Benefits:

  • Work from home flexibility – Part time with potential Full Time
  • Exposure to a variety of businesses from different industries
  • Work with a supportive and friendly team
  • Leveraging client technical knowledge and experience

  
Duties:

  • Reviewing work and providing feedback to colleagues & direct manager 50%
  • Responding to technical queries from colleagues 25%
  • General bookkeeping duties including but not limited to Statutory payment preparation (BAS/PAYG), Bank reconciliation, journal entries & Payroll processing 25%

    
Skills and Experience:

  • Completion of qualification – Cert IV Bookkeeping/Accounting minimum
  • 5 years bookkeeping experience-minimum
  • Xero and Accounting software
  • Strong written and verbal communication skills
  • Excellent attention to detail and willingness to learn
  • Resilience, resourcefulness and solution focussed

  
Please note only candidates that meet our client’s selection criteria will be contacted.
  
AU/NZ Citizens and or permanent residents need only apply   

Job ID: CPBK01

VVCSC1-3787176

  

CLIENT SERVICES CO-0RDINATOR
(Accounting Sector)

  • Up to $80,000 + super
  • Free parking
  • Full-time (very flexible hours)
  • Small friendly team

    
About the Employer
This is a small boutique Accounting Services firm that is on the rise.  Having already established a name for themselves, they are experiencing steady growth.  They practice an open door policy and ensure that every team member both (Aust & Overseas) always feels included.  They are not just your colleagues – they’re your friends.  They will welcome you with open arms.
  
About the Role
Due to growth, they now have the need for a Client Services Co-Ordinator for their Western Sydney office.  You will be an integral part of the team.  You will be the person who holds everything together.  You will be the “go to person”.  Your previous experience will be put to good use and your efforts will be appreciated and rewarded.  Your name will be the one that all of the clients’ know. If you love a day filled with variety, then this is the role for you.
  
Benefits  

  • Be their first Client Services Co-Ordinator in Aust
  • Grow your career
  • Genuine work/life balance 
  • Mon to Fri 9.00 am to 5.00 pm (very flexible)
  • Be heard – encouraged to be proactive
    Duties
  • Build a rapport with clients/ATO/ASIC/Contractors/Team members
  • Ad hoc admin tasks
  • Maintain the client database
  • Monitor deadlines – BAS IAS and TAX
  • Document preparation and management
  • Handle client enquiries via phone and website
  • Monitor ATO portal and communicate with clients

  
Skills and Experience  

  • Previous experience within an Accounting firm desirable
  • Strong admin skills 
  • Attention to detail
  • Exceptional customer service skills
  • Proficient with either Zero or MYOB
  • Thrive on being busy
  • Superior organisational and time management skills

  

Please note all applications will be viewed.  Only candidates that meet our client’s selection criteria will be contacted.

  
Job ID: VVCSC1
 

HMPC03-3786712

  • Exciting Role Coordinating the production of modern furniture
  • Project Based in the Education Sector
  • Fun Team Environment
  • Close to Public Transport and Free Onsite Parking 

  
  
 
About the Employer:
  
Our client is an Australian owned well established family business who provide thoughtful design and faultless manufacturing of furniture into Commercial businesses.
  
They don’t just provide furniture they provide advice, experience and support to help create an environment that their clients deserve.
  
About the Role:
My client are currently seeking an experienced and hands-on Production Co-ordinator for their growing Upholstery Department with a positive can-do attitude.
In this role you will liaise with Team Leaders to efficiently schedule all jobs and projects and ensure all orders are produced to time and quality standards.
  
  
Benefits:

  • Exciting Role Coordinating the production of modern furniture
  • Project Based in the Education Sector
  • Fun Team Environment
  • Close to Public Transport and Free Onsite Parking 

  
Duties:

  • Maintaining/updating the job schedule on the Production Scheduling platform
  • Receiving and following up components of products are manufactured in a timely and most efficient way.
  • Work closely with Team Leaders to manage workload across the teams
  • Assist with calculating meterage’s with the upholsterer and cutting teams. 
  • Facilitate safety requirements with staff members. 
  • Record Quality discrepancies and follow through to rectification.
  • Able to work independently as well as part of a team. 

  
Skills and Experience:

  • Have a minimum of 2+ year’s experience as a Production Coordinator
  • Excellent communicator both verbal and written
  • Highly organised with excellent attention to detail and planning skills
  • Be able to multi-task and manage various projects simultaneously,
  • Sound computer skills with good knowledge of ERP system, Smart Sheet and excel programs.
  • Ability to work with close knit team in a fluid environment

  
Experience working within upholstery would be looked on favourably as would the ability to speak Mandarin.
  
Please note only candidates that meet our client’s selection criteria will be contacted.
  
Job ID:
HMPC03

LWID01-3785745

  • Exciting New Role Creating Contemporary Designs
  • Inclusive and diverse work environment
  • Variety of project work on offer   

About the Employer:
This is a well-respected Australian owned and run family business who provide practical design and faultless manufacturing of furniture into Commercial businesses. Due to growth within the business they are now seeking a talented Interior Designer to join their team.
  

About the Role:
This is a position that will see you utilizing your creative flair and eye for detail by joining a team who enjoy making a difference in the world of design. You will be working closely with the Sales and Project teams to design, document and guide clients throughout the process of multiple Design and Construct projects.

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

  • Recognised and relevant qualification in architecture or interior design
  • 3 – 5 years of proven experience within an Interior Design role
  • Proficiency in ArchiCAD, Rhino and Adobe Softwares
  • Strong communication skills and the ability to be client-facing, both on the phone and in person
  • Strong understanding of National Construction Codes
    Understanding the National Construction Code
  • General knowledge of building codes / Australian Standards

 
In return for your skills and experience, you will be welcomed into a team who thrive on variety and adopt a winning attitude to all their projects. There is ample opportunity to grow within this business, coupled with excellent support from the leadership and management team to do so.
  
Please note only candidates that meet our client’s selection criteria will be contacted.
  
  
Job ID: LWID01