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  • Flexible working hours over 5 days (9am – 3pm)
  • Diverse and varied role
  • High-level Executive Support role

 

Our client is a well-established local business that specialises in training and employment services in the Ballarat region. They are seeking an experienced Executive Assistant to join their team in a part-time capacity to provide support to the Chief Executive Officer, Board of Management and Leadership team. With the flexibility to work hours to suit your lifestyle, this role can be five shorter days (school hours) or hours can be adjusted to suit your needs (five-day coverage is preferred) Your duties will be varied and will include:

  • Providing executive support primarily to the CEO and Chair of Board (including handling calls, responding to emails and liaising with clients)
  • Attending meetings and recording minutes, including the Board of Management Meeting, Sub-Committee meetings, the monthly Tenancy meeting and weekly Leadership Team meeting
  • Preparing and circulating Board and Sub-Committee papers
  • Assisting with the preparation and development of key reports including the Annual Report.
  • Event management of corporate functions
  • Managing electronic and paper-based filing systems and record keeping
  • Providing HR Administration support to our leadership team (as required)

This role is well suited to a highly experienced Executive Assistant who has a proven track record providing support at the CEO/Directors and/or Board Level and has the confidence to bring ideas and initiative to the table. You will understand and appreciate the dynamics of providing support to a variety of stakeholders and thrive on being proactive to pre-empt their needs.

Success in this role requires the ability to demonstrate the following:

  • A proven track record working in a similar type role
  • Well-developed decision-making and problem-solving skills
  • Exceptional relationship-building skills with both internal and external stakeholders
  • Outstanding written and verbal communication skills including experience in drafting correspondence
  • Discretion, tact and diplomacy
  • Highly effective time management skills
  • An eye for detail; it’s the small things that matter
  • Advanced IT skills
  • High levels of initiative and a can-do attitude

What’s in it for you?

  • Flexible working arrangements
  • The opportunity to put your own stamp on a role and the business – this role truly underpins their overall success!
  • Work for a Manager who will value your contribution and allow you to shine in your role
  • The chance to represent an organisation that adds value to the local community
  • An attractive remuneration package will be negotiated based on your skills and experience

Inspired? For further information and to request a copy of the position description, contact Megan Vila Pouca on 0427 539 233.
To apply, please submit your application letter and current resume by close of business Friday 12th August 2022.

  • Ongoing casual opportunity
  • Must be able to work a minimum of 3 shifts a week
  • $28 per hour normal time plus overtime for evening and weekend shifts

 

Quest Ballarat is located in the heart of Ballarat and provides apartment-style hotel rooms to both corporate and leisure guests for long and short stays. Their reception team provides exceptional customer service to guests seven days a week from 8am to 9pm.

On Quest Ballarat’s behalf, we are seeking a casual Receptionist to join their front office team for a minimum of three shifts per week. Days and hours/shifts will be rostered monthly with the successful candidate and you will be required to work, every second weekend.

No previous reception experience is required however we are looking for a customer service-focused individual who understands what going over and above for the customer really means. In this busy and fast-paced role there is always something to do. From meeting and greeting guests, checking them in and out, processing bookings, preparing and checking details to ensure rooms are ready for guests, through to assisting them during their stay; it’s the care factor that we are looking for. You’ll care about ensuring guests have the best experience possible and your attention to detail will ensure the day-to-day operations run smoothly.

The role requires a calm and methodical approach, the ability to think on your feet, troubleshoot and problem solve as well as excellent time management, sound computer, and IT skills as well as a positive, proactive and motivated demeanour. You’ll understand and appreciate the importance of meticulously following systems and processes and you’ll take pride in following tasks through to completion.

This is a role well suited to someone looking to forge their customer service career and juggle ongoing work with study, family commitments or work-life balance. To succeed in this role, you will be available to work a variety of shifts across the day, evening and weekends. You’ll join a positive team, have flexible work hours/shifts and represent the highly reputable and largest serviced apartment network in the world. An excellent casual hourly rate is on offer with overtime applicable for weekend/evening work.

Inspired? For further information contact Megan Vila Pouca on 5331 1734.
To submit your resume, please use the ‘Apply’ button below.

  • Innovative, pioneering joint health company
  • Small close-knit team, family owned and operated
  • Rapidly growing business

 

Interpath are the leaders in joint care science for people and animals. With leading-edge research and development of advanced, scientifically proven products, Interpath are recognised for their treatment of joint injury and degenerative diseases such as arthritis and osteoporosis.
Due to growth, they have an opportunity for an experienced Administrator to join their team. Based in the Ballarat CBD, this role provides administrative support across all facets of the business. Your key responsibilities will include:

  • Acting as the first point of contact for the business via telephone, email and in person
  • Responding to customer enquiries (via phone and email) and providing basic technical advice regarding the product range
  • Administrative support for trade events and roadshows including logistic coordination and travel arrangements
  • Processing sales orders as per client agreements into accounting software and assisting some customers with over the phone sales
  • Coordinating the smooth running of the office including purchasing kitchen supplies, meeting room set up and organising catering when required
  • Maintaining and processing filing and company registers
  • General administrative support to teams as required

To succeed in this role, you will have proven experience in similar administrative roles and well-developed skills across the MS Office suite. You will enjoy multi-tasking, have variety in your day and have a genuine willingness to assist others. Your energy and enthusiasm are crucial to ensure that you are service oriented and represent the Interpath brand in a positive manner. Previous experience working in the animal health industry or a passion for animals is not essential however would be highly regarded.

If you’re looking to join an organisation where you can truly make your mark, then this could be the role for you! Your willingness to learn and take on new responsibilities will allow you to further develop your own skill set and entrench yourself in the business. A salary in recognition of your experience will be negotiated and full training in the product ranges will be provided.

Inspired? For further information, contact Megan Vila Pouca on 0427 539 233
To request a copy of the position description and submit your application, please use the below buttons.

  • Love dealing with customers? This is the role for you!
  • Salary range $55k-$60K + super
  • Full time or part time, you choose!

 

Our client is a reputable, well-established Ballarat business, who are locally owned and operated and regarded as experts in the field. They are now seeking an Administration Assistant to join their team!

In the role of Administration Assistant, you’ll have multiple touchpoints with customers and work closely with the team. This role offers plenty of variety and requires a customer service professional who excels at building relationships with customers.

No two days will be the same! Your key tasks will include:

  • Co-ordinating the reception and administration functions including answering telephones, directing calls/taking messages, liaising with stakeholders and performing other general duties as required
  • Scheduling and coordinating jobs and maintenance
  • Assisting with general enquiries and sales if required
  • Processing and invoicing customers
  • Processing payments and daily banking
  • Maintaining stock price lists, catalogues and product information
  • Keeping customers up to date and informed on progress and timelines
  • General administrative tasks to ensure the smooth running of the office

Skills and Experience Required:

  • Exceptional customer service skills; going over and above for the customer and building rapport will be the norm for you
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills to liaise with a wide range of customers, suppliers and team members
  • An eye for detail and accuracy
  • Solid computer skills, particularly with Word and Excel
  • Well organised, highly motivated and the ability to manage multiple tasks with competing demands/priorities
  • Previous administration experience preferred, no formal qualifications required

We are looking for a proactive, enthusiastic, and willing to learn team member who thrives on variety and is highly organised. You will love being busy, dealing with people, prioritising tasks, have an eye for detail and be pedantic when it comes to record-keeping and following processes.
This role is full time, but offers the flexibility to be made part time.

Inspired? For further information, contact Ange Connor on 0407 833 152.
To submit your application, please use the ‘Apply’ button.

  • Part-time hours and days negotiable
  • Newly created position at reputable public practice accounting firm
  • Working closely with and supporting a Senior Associate

 

TRG Accountants go above and beyond what you would expect from a traditional accounting firm. They want to help their clients achieve success and they do that through the depth of knowledge across their team. They work closely with each of their clients to guide them through the varied world of finance and tailor the client needs to the strengths of their expert staff. TRG Accountants offer services in Accounting, Business Consulting and Tax Management. They also provide advice in areas of Investment and Wealth Accumulation, Superannuation and Self-Managed Super Funds.

In this newly created role, you will work closely with and support one of the Senior Associates to ensure services are delivered seamlessly to the client.

Key responsibilities will include:

  • Assisting with the delivery of tax and business advisory services to existing clients
  • Prepare financial statements for clients across a wide range of industries and professions
  • Provide accurate and appropriate taxation, compliance and advisory services by positioning yourself as a trusted business advisor
  • Liaise regularly with clients to obtain information to best meet their needs
  • Review the work of junior team members including BAS, financials and tax returns

We are searching for a career-driven individual who is ready to take the next step in their career. To be considered, you will have extensive experience in a public accounting firm, hold the appropriate tertiary qualifications and be CPA/CA qualified (or close to completing). Success in this role requires the ability to problem solve, think analytically and be competent in building lifelong business relationships. Exceptional communication skills, the ability to influence and use your initiative are all essential skills. As a team player, you will have a strong work ethic, be self-motivated and have a passion for providing customer-focused solutions.

In return you will have the opportunity to join a proactive and positive team culture, you will be acknowledged and recognised for your efforts, enjoy a work-life balance and work in a bright modern office space centrally located in Ballarat.

Inspired? For further information, contact Ange Connor on 0407 833 152.
To submit your application, click the ‘Apply’ button below.

  • Australasia’s largest real estate group
  • Proudly support more Australians with their property dreams
  • No experience; no worries, learn on the job!

 

Ray White Ballarat is an enthusiastic and professional firm of Ballarat real estate agents and property managers which has established a reputation for honesty and integrity in all its dealings. Since its establishment as Booth & Lee in 1989 (as Booth & Lee) the business has grown to become a progressive and respected force in the Ballarat region. The firm offers experienced real estate service and advice in residential, commercial, industrial and rural property sales to a large range of clients including institutions, government bodies, corporations, investors, property owners and occupiers in Ballarat and surrounding rural areas.

As part of the Property Management team, you will work closely with an experienced Property Manager to manage a portfolio of properties, ensuring Ray White Ballarat delivers the high quality, professional and efficient service they are renowned for.

No two days will be the same! Your key tasks will include:

  • Liaising with renters
  • Processing and following up maintenance
  • Liaising with trades
  • Performing in going condition reports and vacate reports
  • Conducting routine inspections
  • Following up and managing rent arrears

You might have commenced your career in the real estate industry in the likes of a reception and admin role and be looking to take the next step in your career or you might be new to the industry and want to launch your real estate career. If you are new to the industry full training will be provided and you’ll need to complete a Certificate IV in Real Estate Practice as a condition of your employment to qualify as an Agents Representative.

What’s great about working for Ray White Ballarat?

  • Tap into the Ray White group network and have access to first class professional development and training opportunities
  • Utilise leading edge real estate and property management technology to make your job easier
  • The team; work with award winning colleagues who love what they do, who you can learn from and who celebrate success
  • The opportunity for career development and progression; committed to promoting internally and developing their people, this role is just the start of your career
  • The Ray White brand; work for a business that is true to their family origin values, pride themselves on their professionalism, integrity and quality of service

We are looking for a proactive, enthusiastic and willing to learn team member who thrives on variety and is highly organised. You will love being busy, prioritising tasks, have an eye for detail and be pedantic when it comes to record keeping and following processes.
This role is full time, but offers the flexibility to be made part time.

Inspired? For further information contact Ange Connor on 0407 833 152.
To submit your application, please use the ‘Apply’ button below.

 

  • Join the Inspire HQ temp team
  • Excellent hourly rates on offer
  • Wide variety of assignments available

 

At Inspire HQ, we provide temporary support solutions to a number of clients across a variety of sectors and are looking for exceptional Finance and Administration specialists to join our temporary team.
Some of the assignments we typically place temp staff in include:

  • Reception and Administration
  • Accounts Payable and Receivable
  • Finance Assistants and Data Entry Operators
  • Assistant Accountants and Payroll Officers
  • Personal/Executive Assistants
  • HR Administrators and HR Officers/Advisors

Some of the benefits working as an Inspire HQ temp include:

  • Excellent hourly rates on offer
  • Exposure working across a number of sectors and employers in the Ballarat market
  • Flexibility and work/life balance – commit to assignments that work around your lifestyle
  • Access to both short- and long-term temporary opportunities
  • The potential to secure permanent ongoing employment via your temporary assignment

To succeed as a temp for the Inspire HQ team, you will have:

  • Proven experience working in a variety of Finance and Administrative roles
  • Well-developed skills across the MS Office suite and/or experience with a variety of accounting software packages such as MYOB or Xero
  • Well-developed communication skills and the ability to build relationships with ease
  • An adaptable nature and flexibility to work in a variety of workplaces
  • Have the availability to work in a full-time capacity (some assignments may offer part-time hours however the majority of assignments are full-time)
  • Must be double vaccinated and available to commence immediately
  • A current WWCC will be highly regarded (not essential)

Inspired? If you haven’t considered temping before and would like to know more about working as a temp, please contact Megan Vila Pouca on 0427 539 233.
To apply, submit your application via the ‘Apply’ button.

Swan Hill Chemicals are a locally owned and operated business and have been servicing the region since 1966. Employing over 40 team members with branches in Swan Hill, Mildura, Robinvale, Nangiloc, Kerang and Darwin, Swan Hill Chemicals are known for their friendly nature, better advice, better service and better results. As member of AGLINK, a national buying group, Swan Hill Chemical provides their customers with access to competitive pricing and a nationwide network of growers, producers and agronomists.

Due to growth, the newly created role of Assistant Accountant will work closely with the Chief Financial Officer and the General Accountant to manage the finance and accounting function of the business.

Your key tasks will include:

  • Budgeting
  • Financial reporting
  • Cash flow management and forecasting
  • Assisting with accounts payable and receivable functions
  • General ledger adjustments and maintenance
  • Debtor management
  • General administration assistance to support the team as required
  • Import purchases, Foreign Currency maintenance and management.

To be considered for the opportunity you will hold qualifications in Accounting or a related discipline and/or have extensive experience in a similar role. Essential skills required for success in this role are a positive, proactive and self-motivated attitude, attention to detail, well developed time management skills, the ability to problem solve and be curious – to get to the bottom of an issue. Being a team player, well developed computer skills and a willingness to learn are key.

This is a full time position, however for the right candidate part time hours may be negotiable.

The perks:

  • A rewarding salary
  • Career development and progression
  • On the job training and access to training through AGLINK
  • Working in a team focussed environment, with plenty of support and collaboration
  • A family friendly flexible work environment
  • Be recognised for your contribution and work alongside the leaders of the business

 

Inspired? For further information, contact Ange Connor on 0407 833 152.
To apply and request a position description, please use the buttons below.

Live, Work and Invest in Swan Hill

Swan Hill is a bustling provincial centre just three and a half hours from Melbourne and five and a half hours from Adelaide. The region is renowned for its world class produce, spectacular landscapes and close proximity to the Murray River. It provides the perfect blend of regional charm and city sophistication and is a major regional centre – economically, culturally and socially – for the surrounding region. Swan Hill’s vibrant CBD offers diverse shopping, cafés and restaurants, parks and gardens and is easy to navigate on foot. Home to the iconic Pioneer Settlement and world class Heartbeat of the Murray laser light show, our region boasts a variety of tourism and recreational experiences. The region runs adjacent to the Murray River for nearly 200 kilometres and encompasses 6,000 square kilometres of changing landscapes and lively townships like Lake Boga and Nyah/Nyah West. Services on offer in our communities are equal to that of larger regional centres with a number of schools and educational facilities, easy access to health and aged care services, housing options to suit varying needs, and most importantly a vibrant and diverse industry with rewarding career opportunities.
Live, Work and Invest – Swan Hill Rural City Council

Integra are Ballarat-based land developers with great vision and expertise in the property development industry. Known for iconic projects such as Lucas, Ballymanus, Macarthur Park, Jasper Hill and Aspect Insignia to name a few, Integra have a reputation for delivering award-winning residential communities to market. They have achieved success through innovative concepts, vision and strong internal capabilities. Having developed over 10,000 homesites, created 25 communities across 37 years of building new communities, Integra’s reputation speaks for itself.

Working in a small collaborative team, you’ll play a key role in the works design and documentation of Integra’s land developments and subdivisions. This a variety-filled role where you’ll have exposure to working on a broad range of projects, where each project has its own complexities; from looking at new potential land developments and working out how will we design it through to liaising with different service providers, you’ll thrive on the challenge and diversity of the role.

Your key responsibilities will include:

  • Undertaking subdivision and associated works design and documentation including bulk earthworks design, road and drainage design, sewer and water reticulation design, ensuring all comply with Council and service authority standards and relevant codes
  • Producing timely, efficient and accurate stage designs
  • Liaising with council, services and other approval authorities
  • Liaising with external consultants to coordinate electrical and telecommunications designs
  • Drafting and checking plans to achieve approval and compliance
  • Assisting in the preparation of contract documentation and contract administration including the preparation of tender estimates
  • Providing technical support for Integra’s construction and contract administration activities

This position is well suited to a Civil Design Engineer or Drafter who has previous experience in a similar type role and is looking to take the next step in their career. Well-developed problem-solving skills, high levels of organisation and the ability to work to tight deadlines as well as exceptional written and verbal communication skills are essential for success in this role. You will have a natural eye for detail, be a systematic thinker and have a strong focus on quality.

Why join the Integra team?
This is your opportunity to work for a family-owned and operated award-winning business. Integra are shaping the future of Ballarat through the communities they create and you’ll see your design work come to life. The team at Integra are passionate and committed to what they do and they have a team-focused culture. Opportunities to further your career exist and a competitive and rewarding salary will be on offer.

Inspired? For further information, contact Ange Connor on 0407 833 152.
To request a copy of the position description and to apply, please use the below buttons.

Sonac Australia is part of Darling Ingredients, founded in 1882 and listed on the NYSE. Darling is a global leader in the production of the highest quality sustainable protein and nutrient recovered ingredients, with over 200 factories world-wide. Darling was named one of 50 Sustainability and Climate Leaders by Bloomberg in their 2020 assessment of global companies rising to meet the challenges our planet is facing today.

Sonac is unique in Australia, nobody does what we do. Sonac uses centrifuges and filters to separate the white and red blood cells in animal blood, and spray dries these into protein-rich plasma and haemoglobin powder. These natural and functional ingredients are used in pet food manufacture as binding agents, for palatability and for gut health. Sonac Australia products are also important nutrition sources in aquafeed. and in the diets of non-ruminants like poultry and pigs in their formative first days to improve health and reduce the use of antibiotics.

Located in Maryborough, Sonac Australia have an opportunity for an experienced Accountant to join their team reporting to and supporting the Financial Controller.

Your key responsibilities will include:

  • Prepare monthly, quarterly and annual financial information, to be submitted to and consolidated by head office for NYSE reporting
  • Prepare weekly and monthly management reports
  • Manage the annual budgeting process, but also monitor budgeted versus actual performance and provide the company with guiding information
  • Analyse financial information to assist business profitability and growth, identify trends and opportunities for improvement and meet year-end financial targets.
  • Be the key internal support for various financial and IT systems including JDEdwards

You will be degree qualified, ideally with CPA or CA or you may be undertaking this currently. Your previous experience will mean that you have strong financial numeracy and analytical skills as well as sound technical knowledge. You enjoy finding solutions in data analysis and your excellent interpersonal skills help you influence and implement improvements.

An analytical thinker with excellent attention to detail, you will have the skills to self-direct your priorities and workload, always achieving the required deadlines. Your high level computer literacy and systems knowledge will help you to achieve success with Sonac.

This position aims to secure the succession of the current Financial Controller, who will ascend within the Darling Group in due time.

The ideal candidate is not expected to fully master the job of financial controller immediately, but needs to have the willingness, the right skillset and the potential to grow into this role within the next year or so. This timeframe offers plenty of opportunity for training on the job and transfer of knowledge.

Inspired? For further information, contact Ange Connor on 03 5331 1734.
To apply, please submit your application via the button below.
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Our client is a growing, locally owned and operated cabinetry business located in Ballarat with excellent working facilities. Servicing Ballarat and surrounding regions, we are searching for someone who has Cabinetry / Joinery skills and expertise to join their team.

About the role
This role is the key point of contact and communication between the customer and production. From handling customer enquiries and orders, you’ll manage the sales order from receipt through to ensuring all the paperwork, specifications and drawings are accurate in preparation for production. You’ll also coordinate all of the raw material ordering and purchasing and inventory management.

About you
Carpentry / Joinery knowledge and experience will be highly beneficial however as long as you can read and interpret drawings and specifications, have a good mechanical aptitude and spatial awareness and exceptional customer service skills we welcome your application. A background in building and construction, new home building, drafting and design are all backgrounds that would transition well into this role.

Key skills required include:

  • High levels of attention to detail and accuracy
  • The ability to work autonomously
  • Excellent communication skills
  • Positive, proactive, motivated attitude
  • Sound computer – IT skills
  • Ability to work to deadlines, prioritise and highly organised
  • Current drivers licence
  • Forklift licence preferred

The Perks

  • Very competitive salary
  • Flexible work hours
  • Excellent working conditions including state of the art technology and equipment
  • Career growth and development in a growing company
  • Full time permanent role – job security
  • Monday to Friday, no shift work or weekends

Inspired? For further information contact Ange Connor on 03 5331 1734.
To apply, please use the below button.

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Serco supports governments around the world in the delivery of essential public services, including Citizen Services, Facilities Management, Defence, Health, Immigration, Justice and Transport. With more than 30 years’ experience delivering essential services on behalf of their public sector customers, they employ more than 16,000 people across Australia, New Zealand and Hong Kong.

Here in Ballarat, Serco manage the Victoria Police Assistance Line. The Ballarat contact centre operates 24/7 and is a multi-channel contact centre, managing predominately inbound calls along with minimal outbound calls as well as a web-based online portal. Managing approx. 50,000 calls per month and growing, the centre employs approx. 160 call takers across multiple floors of our dedicated site.

Due to the continued success and growth of the Ballarat Contact Centre, a newly created position of Contact Centre Manager has been created to provide vital leadership and management in the operational management of the centre and accountability for the client contractual obligations. With 13 Team Leaders as direct reports and reporting to the Contract Manager, a key focus of the role will be driving people and performance strategies to foster team engagement and a positive workplace culture.

Key areas of responsibility will include:

  • Culture; creating a performance culture underpinned by Serco’s values
  • Client Management; understanding the clients business needs and drivers and facilitating resolutions, contract management
  • Operational Performance; understanding and achieving contact centre metrics, resource planning for maximum utilisation and developing and executing operational plans
  • People Management; leading and managing a high performing team, conducting performance reviews, coaching, mentoring and developing team members, providing feedback
  • Financial management; create budgets, manage performance against budget, financial reporting and analysis
  • Continuous Improvement; lead change management initiatives, understand emerging trends, identify and develop continuous improvement initiatives to deliver an improved client and customer experience

To be considered for this opportunity, you must be able to demonstrate:

  • Strong leadership skills with experience in driving business performance
  • A proven background in leading and managing a diverse workforce including expertise in leading change management and culture initiatives
  • Exceptional commercial acumen, experience in managing contracts and delivering results
  • Previous experience in developing and operationally delivering an improved customer experience strategy
  • Experience within a Contact Centre is preferable but not essential

Why join Serco:
While you’ll be based in Ballarat, you’ll be part of a large operation where you will be presented with opportunities to do a raft of things. Contributing to the community, helping the citizens of Victoria and knowing that you are making a difference is what will provide you with the greatest job satisfaction in this role. Serco are innovative and tech focused and this will be your opportunity to put your mark on growing a key client contract. You’ll work with an innovative and forward thinking management team and you’ll be rewarded with a highly competitive salary.

Inspired? For further information, contact Ange Connor on 0407 833 152.

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  • Variety-filled reception and admin role
  • Ballarat-based, locally owned and operated business
  • Love dealing with customers? This is the role for you!

Locally owned and operated for over 30 years, Bridgeswade specialise in quality Inground Pools, Modular Pools, Portable/Inground Spas, Pumps, Pressure Cleaners, Industrial Heaters, Service and Spare Parts. Delivering exceptional customer service and high-quality products, Bridgeswade have a small team of thirteen people and are the experts in their field.

In the role of Sales & Service Support, you’ll have multiple touchpoints with customers and work closely with all team members to support the processing of sales and coordinate the pool servicing function of the business. This role offers plenty of variety and requires a customer service professional who excels at building relationships with customers.

Your day-to-day tasks will include:

  • Co-ordinating the reception and administration functions including answering telephones, directing calls/taking messages, liaising with suppliers and reps and performing other general duties as required
  • Assisting with general pool service enquiries and front of house sales if shop is unattended
  • Scheduling and coordinating pool service jobs
  • Processing and invoicing customers for service jobs using the point-of-sale system
  • Processing payments and installment payments for pool sales and installations
  • Reconciling tills, processing daily banking and reconciling eftpos payments
  • Processing warranty claims
  • Maintaining stock price lists, catalogues and product information
  • Keeping customers up to date and informed regarding timelines for their pool services and pool installations

Skills and Experience Required:

  • Exceptional customer service skills; going over and above for the customer and building rapport will be the norm for you
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills to liaise with a wide range of customers, suppliers and team members
  • An eye for detail and accuracy
  • Solid computer skills, particularly with Word and Excel
  • Well organised, highly motivated and the ability to manage multiple tasks with competing demands/priorities
  • Previous reception and administration experience preferred, no formal qualifications required

The Perks

  • Receive a paid day off for your birthday
  • Regular RDO’s
  • Monthly team lunches
  • Long-term job stability in a relaxed and inclusive work environment

 

Inspired? For further information, contact Ange Connor on 0407 833 152.

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  • 24 hours per week (3 full days or 4 shorter days/school hours)
  • Busy and varied role with plenty of scope
  • Christmas closure period for two weeks!

 

SJ Weir is a well-established commercial building company specialising in regional Victorian projects. Based in Ballarat, they are seeking an experienced Administrator to join their Head Office in a part-time capacity (approximately 24 hours a week). Reporting to the Office Manager, you will assist in providing administrative support to the Senior Managers and have exposure to all facets of the business. Being a self-starter, will thrive on variety and enjoy taking responsibility for set tasks.

In this role, your duties will include:

  • Managing the finance inbox including printing and allocating invoices for approval
  • Entering approved invoices into in-house system (JobPac)
  • Printing hard copies of building plans and uploading plans onto website portal
  • Attending site meetings with Directors/Project Managers and taking minutes for distribution to both internal and external parties
  • Assisting with populating tender submissions
  • Formatting documents and collating company information
  • Handling general enquiries from subcontractors, suppliers and external stakeholders
  • General administrative tasks to ensure the smooth running of the office

To succeed in this role, you will have proven experience working in an administrative capacity. Whilst you don’t need to have extensive experience within finance, some exposure to accounts related duties will also be highly regarded. You will have sound skills across the MS Office suite and an aptitude to learn new software packages.

Your calm demeanour and excellent organisational skills will ensure you can work well under pressure and multi-task. Working in a small team, you will be relied upon to complete tasks in a timely manner and your can-do attitude will allow you to roll up your sleeves and give anything a go! Experience within the Construction/Building industry is not essential however will be highly regarded.

This role is well suited to someone who is genuinely seeking part-time employment. You can choose to either work 3 days per week (8:30am – 5pm) or 4 days a week (9am – 3pm) and enjoy working for an organisation that values loyalty and commitment. Other benefits include access to company insurance benefits, annual leave loading (paid in addition to your salary) and an annual Christmas closure period (typically 2 weeks) that will ensure you never miss out on that summer holiday!

Inspired? If you’re keen to learn more about this role and to discuss your skills and experience, contact Megan Vila Pouca on 0427 539 233.

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Integra are Ballarat based land developers with great vision and expertise in the property development industry. Known for iconic projects such as Lucas, Ballymanus, Macarthur Park, Jasper Hill and Aspect Insignia to name a few, Integra have a reputation for delivering award winning residential communities to market. They have achieved success through innovative concepts, vision and strong internal capabilities. Having developed over 10,000 homesites, created 25 communities across 37 years of building new communities, Integra’s reputation speaks for itself.

Due to continued growth, Integra require a Management Accountant – Analyst to join their team on a full-time basis.

Your key tasks will include:

  • Preparation of management reports for land and commercial developments within the Integra Group of companies
  • Project analysis, forecasting and feasibility calculations
  • Attending to allocated taxation and statutory requirements accurately and on time
  • Assisting with the preparation of reporting to external stakeholder parties as required
  • Assistance with analysis of special projects and investments

To be considered for this role you will hold accounting/commerce qualifications and have previous experience performing similar type responsibilities. You will have well developed knowledge of tax and accounting principles and have strong analysis and investigation skills. Exceptional communication skills, attention to detail, ability to work to deadlines and prioritise work tasks are key attributes for this position.

In return, you’ll work with a passionate team where you get to work on something different every day. A rewarding salary will be negotiated based on skills and experience. A career with Integra offers job stability and security, plenty of variety, the opportunity to contribute to exciting projects and land developments as well as be recognised and appreciated for your contribution.

Inspired? For further information and to request a copy of the position description, contact Ange Connor on 0407 833 152.
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  • Full time or Part time hours considered
  • Australian owned, industry leading manufacturer
  • Tell the Goldacres story through creative video and digital advertising content

Goldacres need you to help tell their story and promote their world-class agricultural chemical spray equipment.

Australian owned and operated, Goldacres are an industry leader and supplier of the finest agricultural sprayers for farmers. With a head office here in Ballarat, three retail sprayer centres and 100+ dealerships across Australia, Goldacres have a reputation for innovation, quality and adaptability. Since their inception in 1978, they have prospered by constantly reinventing their products and business practices in a fast-changing landscape; turning ideas into reality to deliver sprayers which are truly Australia’s world-class sprayers.

As Goldacres Digital Content Creator, you’ll work alongside a small team of four others to create a wide variety of marketing and advertising material to promote the Goldacres brand, products, sprayer centres and dealerships. This is a role offering a wide range of variety in the projects you will work on; you won’t just be sitting behind a computer, you’ll be out in the field, on the manufacturing floor and in the office capturing and creating content to tell the Goldacres story.

The role
Being a newly created position there is scope to shape and mold this role to play to your creative strengths. We are looking for a creative individual who can contribute to:

  • Creating video content; from using drones to interviewing our clients and dealers, you’ll create and edit video content
  • Photography; capturing imagery for use across digital and print advertising channels
  • Creating and producing product brochures and catalogues; including working with engineering to detail the technical product specifications
  • Field Days, New Product Launches and Events; design and coordinate stands, pull up banners, signs, site layouts
  • Social Media; developing and creating social media content
  • Web; website maintenance and development, promo pages and links for promotions to integrate with the CRM

Don’t be deterred if you are not an expert in all of the above areas as training can be provided. We are more interested in your:

  • Creative flair
  • Eye for detail
  • Tech savviness
  • Ability to turn concepts and ideas into advertising and marketing content
  • Enthusiastic, can do, positive attitude
  • Time management skills to be able to meet deadlines
  • Capacity to juggle multiple projects and deliver outcomes

Why join the Goldacres team?

  • Join a great team and experience a positive team focused culture
  • Autonomy; take ownership and manage your role
  • Play to your strengths; hone your skills and expertise across a range of marketing and advertising initiatives
  • Work on innovative and creative projects; get out of the office and into the field
  • Job security
  • Uniform provided
  • Flexible working hours
  • A competitive salary negotiated based on skills and experience

Inspired? For further information, contact Ange Connor on 0407 833 152.
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