RFRCQLD01-3697411

  • Permanent part-time opportunity working exclusively from home.
  • On offer is 15 or 20 hours per week
  • OTE appx $50K pa made up of $35 per hour plus super plus achievable bonuses. Talented consultants can expect to earn more.

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 14 years we provide affordable recruitment coupled with exceptionally high standards of service. We are an award-winning agency and our staff enjoy 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 who are seeking work life balance and a 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, across a warm desk of clients, you’ll be based entirely from home. There are no client visits required and all your interviews will be conducted over the phone. Your sales activities will be a minor component of your work.  Your main focus will be making candidate placements.
  
You will be allocated between 2-3 campaigns per week. This opportunity definitely requires a recruiter who can complete campaigns quickly and be comfortable managing a busy workload (up to 15 campaigns at a time).
  
Key responsibilities will include:

  • Providing high-quality professional recruitment services to suit each client’s specific requirements
  • Managing a high case load
  • 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

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

  • Must have a demonstrated track record in completing campaigns quickly
  • A solid history of work in 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

  
This is a unique opportunity for work, family and life balance with competitive rewards. If you’re passionate about providing a high-quality recruitment service and continuing to build your career all while working from home…APPLY NOW… this could be the career move that you have been looking for!!!
  

Please forward your cover letter and resume in Microsoft WORD format.

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

Job ID: RFRCQLD01

RFRCSYD01-3699397

  • Permanent part-time opportunity working exclusively from home.
  • On offer is 15 or 20 hours per week
  • OTE appx $50K pa made up of $35 per hour plus super plus achievable bonuses. Talented consultants can expect to earn more.

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 14 years we provide affordable recruitment coupled with exceptionally high standards of service. We are an award-winning agency and our staff enjoy 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 who are seeking work life balance and a 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, across a warm desk of clients, you’ll be based entirely from home. There are no client visits required and all your interviews will be conducted over the phone. Your sales activities will be a minor component of your work.  Your main focus will be making candidate placements.
  
You will be allocated between 2-3 campaigns per week. This opportunity definitely requires a recruiter who can complete campaigns quickly and be comfortable managing a busy workload (up to 15 campaigns at a time).
  
Key responsibilities will include:

  • Providing high-quality professional recruitment services to suit each client’s specific requirements
  • Managing a high case load
  • 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

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

  • Must have a demonstrated track record in completing campaigns quickly
  • A solid history of work in 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

  
This is a unique opportunity for work, family and life balance with competitive rewards. If you’re passionate about providing a high-quality recruitment service and continuing to build your career all while working from home…APPLY NOW… this could be the career move that you have been looking for!!!
  

Please forward your cover letter and resume in Microsoft WORD format.

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

Job ID: RFRCSYD01

CPPO01-3698584

  • Above Award Hourly Rate
  • Part time hours with flexibility
  • Supportive friendly, team environment

About the Employer
Our client is a well-established independently owned and run business in the Narre Warren municipality, that has been providing Payroll & Bookkeeping Services into the pharmaceutical industry for the past 22 years. The team is friendly and supportive and as a consequence employee retention is high.
  
About the Role:
Our client is seeking a Payroll Officer to join a small team who provides high levels of service to their client base. This role would particularly suit a person with children, someone returning to the work force or a student undertaking a tertiary qualification in a similar field.
  
Your responsibilities would include direct payroll and general bookkeeping, processing manual and MYOB-Wageloch integrated time clock systems.
  
Benefits:

  • Work Monday-Thursday 9am to 5pm – some flexibility available
  • Above Award hourly rate
  • Work within a team of skilled professionals
  • Work in a busy but relaxed nurturing environment

  
Duties:

  • Full function Payroll processed fortnightly in MYOB-Wageloch integrated system & Manually
  • Daily interrogation of the time recording systems (TMS)
  • Database management, record keeping and reporting
  • General accounts payables, receivables, BAS reporting etc

  
Skills and Experience:

  • Demonstrated Payroll experience working with Awards and Fairwork knowledge is desirable, however previous experience in general accounts / administration will be considered
  • Qualified or currently working towards a relevant qualification will be highly regarded
  • Ability to meet conflicting deadlines, month-end, superannuation and pay dates
  • Strong work ethic and attention to detail
  • Clear, open, honest and timely communication

   
Please note only candidates that meet our client’s selection criteria will be contacted.
  
Job ID: CPPO01

MCSP2-3692982

  • Full administration support and all resources provided 
  • An organisation that embraces your professional perspective
  • School-based role 2 days per week in Oakley
  • Cranbourne Clinic 1 day per week
  • Between $36-$40 P/hour

  
About the Employer
Our client is a well established, multidisciplinary Clinic of Speech Pathology and Audiology practice, that has been providing dedicated care to their patients for over 30 years. They’re committed to total hearing and communication management. 
  

About the Role:
Our client is seeking a passionate and reliable Speech Pathologist to join their supportive team, on an ongoing part-time basis. This position will be a school-based role, 2 days per week in Oakley, plus working from one if their clinic’s in Cranbourne, 1 day per week.
The successful applicant will be provided with ongoing support, mentoring, professional development, full administration support and all resources required.
  

Benefits:

  • Room for personal and professional growth
  • An opportunity to work with a close knit and supportive tea
  • Onsite parking available
  • Ongoing position
  • Between $36-$40 P/hour

  
Duties:

  • Focusing on leading and supporting students to reach their individual goals,
  • Communicate and collaborate effectively with the class teachers, educational support officer and the wider multi-disciplinary team to ensure students benefit from the curriculum and are empowered to be confident members of their community.
  • Conduct assessment of clients in all areas of speech pathology such as speech, language, voice, fluency, social skills and swallowing.
  • Deliver intervention across all age ranges including early childhood, school age and adults.
  • Document, record, evaluate progress and make recommendations for all clients
  • Provide support to clients and their families through both direct and indirect means

  
Qualifications, Skills and Experience

  • Recognised university qualification in Speech Therapy and current membership with Speech Pathology Australia
  • Experience working with a paediatric caseload and/or supporting young people with learning difficulties
  • Excellent time management skills and a high degree of flexibility and reliability.
  • Knowledge and experience in the provision of current evidence-based speech pathology services to children and families
  • The ability to work both independently and as part of a team
  • Current Drivers License – essential
  • Possess or be eligible for a positive Working With Children Check 

  
Great opportunity to support and assist each individual become actively independence within their capacity to achieve their goals
  
New graduates and early career speech pathologists are encouraged to apply!
  
Please note only candidates that meet our client’s selection criteria will be contacted.
  
Job ID: MCSP2

SFNHA01-3691032

  • Cutting edge employer
  • Flexible work arrangements (Full-time or Part-time)
  • Competitive salary package

About the Employer
  
Our client is one of Australia’s most eminent Environmental, Ecological, and Natural Hazard Consulting firms. Their Natural Hazard consulting includes all aspects of floodplain management and bushfire planning as well as all hazard risk analysis and consulting.  They undertake environmental impact assessments and audits for a wide variety of projects and facilities and carry out ecological assessment and prepare plans of management for international and national organizations from Private Sector to State and Local Government organisations.
  
About the Role:
  
This role has been created due to new contracts and ongoing workload.  You will be responsible for undertaking spatial analysis, natural hazard investigations and report preparation.  You have an opportunity to make a significant contribution to cutting edge natural hazards projects both here and overseas.
  
Benefits:

  • Variety of work
  • Cutting edge projects
  • Great place to work
  • Fantastic development opportunity

Duties:

  • Spatial analysis using ESRI ArcGIS and QGIS to support natural hazard and environmental projects
  • Evacuation modelling
  • Flood emergency response planning
  • Assessment of risk from climate change and natural hazards, including; flooding, bushfire, tropical cyclone, earthquake, drought, storms, sea level rise and heatwave
  • Floodplain management and water resource projects
  • Environmental and community engagement projects
  • Fee proposal preparation and marketing
  • Community and stakeholder engagement
  • General administrative tasks

  
Skills and Experience:  

  • First class honours degree related to Natural Hazards Management; Civil or Environmental Engineering, Environmental Science or Natural Resource Management is essential
  • Demonstrated experience using GIS applications including ESRI and QGIS
  • Demonstrated strong MS Office skills, particularly Word and Excel
  • Highly developed interpersonal, written, and verbal communication
  • Be willing to step onto a steep learning curve
  • Be an innovative problem-solver
  • Ability to work autonomously, and as part of a team

  
We thank all applicants for your interest in this opportunity; please note that only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.
  
Job ID: SFNHA01