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Regional Sales Manager I OPSM Perth Central (WA) » Subiaco, WA - driven and engaging Regional Sales Manager to join the Operations Leadership team. Based in Perth, you will be responsible... for 16+ stores throughout the Central & Western metro area which will include a few of our regional locations. Your focus... • Wed, 29 MayEssilorLuxottica
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Regional Manager Sentence Mgmt » Australia - Job details Position status Permanent Position type Flexible full-time Occupational group Management Classification AO8 Workplace Location Flexible Job ad reference QLD/569474/24 Closing date 19-Jun-2024 Yearly salary Fortnightly salary Total remuneration Salary Other Job duration Contact person Niclaire Byrne Contact details Mobile: 0456 960 989 Access the National Relay Service As the Regional Manager, you will be at the forefront of managing and overseeing sentence management processes and policies across your region, which has a centre in Wacol and a centre in Rockhampton. You will lead high functioning teams and collaborate with various stakeholders, including legal bodies, law enforcement agencies, and community organisations. Your role will involve strategic planning, performance monitoring, and policy implementation to align with the goals and objectives of Sentence Management Services QCS as an Agency. This leadership position demands strong organisational, communication, and problem-solving skills. Your ability to manage teams, adapt to changing circumstances, and navigate complex policy and legal frameworks will be essential. With a focus on fostering a culture of collaboration and continuous improvement, you will contribute to a safer and more rehabilitative correctional system in Queensland. About You: We are looking for individuals who: Have extensive experience in corrections or related fields. Demonstrate proficiency in sentence management and rehabilitation strategies. Show exceptional leadership skills and are capable of effectively managing teams and fostering a culture of collaboration and excellence. Have excellent verbal and written communication abilities, with a focus on effective stakeholder engagement and policy implementation. Can spend equitable time at both locations Benefits: Competitive salary package with generous superannuation and leave loading. Comprehensive family support through parental leave and flexible working arrangements. Access to exceptional training, support, promotional opportunities, and professional development. If you're ready to make a significant impact on Queensland Corrective Services and lead a dedicated team towards effective Sentence Management and community reintegration, apply today Applications to remain current for 12 months. Further information We are committed to building inclusive cultures in the Queensland public sector that respect and promote human rights and diversity. Please ensure you download all attachments and follow the instructions on how to apply. Documents Before applying for this vacancy please ensure you read the documents below. 569474-24-Role Profile (PDF, 415KB) 569474-24-Final-Applicant-Information-Guide-QCS-September-2023 (PDF, 309KB) • Sat, 08 JunQueensland Government
Regional Manager, Agribusiness NSW » Australia - Are you a passionate sales leader who thrives on inspiring a high-performance culture? High profile and growing region across Central and Western NSW, based in Dubbo. We are proud to support our local regional business communities See yourself in our team We are passionately committed to supporting businesses across Australia and helping build and enhance our regional communities' financial well-being. With over 70 centres nationwide, our team provides a comprehensive range of services to our diverse business customers throughout Regional Australia. Do Work That Matters We are in the business of building relationships Your passion and understanding of regional businesses will help you, your team and your client base thrive. Lead a team of high-performing Agribusiness bankers in the delivery of outstanding service, support, and successful outcomes to our customers. Your team will focus on growing quality Agribusinesses across a highly diverse range of sectors within Agriculture whilst exceeding business objectives and growth. As a senior leader based in Dubbo your role will cover key Agri markets stretching from Bathurst to the Far West of NSW, some days you may be working from our offices, from a client-site or remotely. We encourage flexibility for you to meet client needs, and your goals inside and outside of work. More specifically, you will: Lead your team to build strong relationships with clients and support their business by providing excellent client service; Use your network and referral partners to identify and pursue new opportunities for existing and new clients; Support your team in driving deal execution having proven skills in origination, structuring and negotiation of complex solutions; and Continue to build your profile and presence on behalf of CommBank We want to hear from you if you: Have a proven record in client engagement within commercial banking; Can coach our team to develop customer focus skills and capabilities; Demonstrate a real passion to lead and further develop a skilled team; Have exceptional commercial acumen and credit understanding, strong risk management focus; Have a strong personal brand in the community or passionate about developing as a community leader; A tertiary qualification in Agriculture, Business/Finance and/or Commerce would be highly regarded. This role is an excellent opportunity for an experienced customer-centric and aspiring Senior people leader who shares a passion for innovation and building businesses. If you're already part of the Commonwealth Bank Group (including Bankwest, x15ventures), you'll need to apply through Sidekick to submit a valid application. We're keen to support you with the next step in your career. We're aware of some accessibility issues on this site, particularly for screen reader users. We want to make finding your dream job as easy as possible, so if you require additional support please contact HR Direct on 1800 989 696. Advertising End Date: 18/06/2024 • Sat, 08 JunCommonwealth Bank
Regional Planning Manager » Townsville, QLD - An exciting opportunity is available in North Queensland Region for a Regional Planning Manager. In this role... you will support the Regional Director to lead and/or manage the regions forward planning of programs through the State Planning... • Sat, 08 JunQueensland Government
Regional Manager - Energy » Western Australia, Australia - Urgently looking for a Regional Manager to oversee a pivotal energy system project. Role is based in Kimberly Region with relocation allowance Are you looking for a change? Work and live in the most picturesque place on earth Indigenous Managed Services (IMS) are a company focused on providing meaningful opportunities for all peoples, while maintaining strong relationships with our clients in the Energy and Resources, Mining, Civil, and Government sectors. Urgently looking for a forward-thinking leader with extensive experience in the energy sector, power systems, and operations to join our client's team as the Regional Manager within the Kimberley region. Key Responsibilities: Leadership and Team Development: Provide effective leadership to the Kimberley operations team, ensuring team members are developed, engaged, and empowered to deliver successful business outcomes. Community Engagement: Play a visible role in the community, ensuring reliable and efficient power supply for customers within the Kimberley region. Safety Leadership: Promote a safety-first culture, demonstrating consistent and visible leadership behaviors to ensure adherence to safety, health, and wellbeing practices. Operational Optimization: Manage the operations team to optimize energy assets, improve safety, and achieve efficiencies in line with customer and stakeholder expectations. Project and Asset Management: Lead sustained progress towards best practice asset management using digital tools, delivering projects, and integrating new assets. Budget Management: Achieve results within Operating and Capital Budgets. Corporate Initiatives and Stakeholder Management: Provide leadership in corporate initiatives and stakeholder management, building effective relationships with government, industry, and related sectors. Key Requirements: Experience: Extensive experience in a utility operation environment. Knowledge: Demonstrated knowledge and experience in asset management, safety, health and environmental systems, power systems covering network operations, customer and stakeholder interface practices, business management and reporting systems, contract and financial management processes, and delivery of minor capital works. Regulatory Understanding: Understanding of the implications of a regulated environment. Relationship Building: Proven experience in building effective relationships with government, industry, and related sectors to support business goals. Systems Management: Experience in managing interconnected and non-interconnected electricity systems. Project Management: Experience in managing a works delivery function, including major capital projects. Team Leadership: Experience in leading large, geographically dispersed teams. Benefits: Flexibility: Candidates from anywhere in Australia with the right experience are encouraged to apply. Relocation Support: We provide relocation assistance. You can find out more about us here: www.indigenousmanagedservices.com www.linkedin.com/company/indigenousmanagementservies/ We encourage applications from those that identify as Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander, if you do identify please represent your identity in the application. • Sat, 08 JunIndigenous Managed Services

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Regional Service Manager - Hybrid » Sydney, NSW - . We’re currently looking for a high caliber professional to join our team as Regional Service Manager - Hybrid (Internal..., you are expected to: The Regional Service Manager serves as the clients’ primary contact. They provide operational account management... • Fri, 07 JunCitigroup
Regional Waste Program Manager » Queensland - a collaborative partnership of six councils dedicated to addressing regional issues and advocating for regional priorities. Our member... councils include Banana Shire, Central Highlands Regional, Gladstone Regional, Livingstone Shire, Rockhampton Regional... • Fri, 07 Jun
Regional Manager » Marsden, Logan Area - PTC Phone Tech & Comm is a leading mobile repair and smart tech company, our core values are the foundation of our success: Simplicity, Sincerity, Trust, Challenge, and Teamwork. Since 2009, we have led the Mobile & Tech industry, offering exceptional phone accessories and express phone repair services. With over 80 stores, we are continuously expanding our brand and product range, committed to delivering quality and innovation. Our diverse selection includes high-quality mobile phone cases, screen protection, and repair parts. Our unwavering dedication to exceptional customer service, sets us apart in the industry. Staying at the forefront of technology, we offer cutting-edge IOT devices and Smart Tech to meet modern needs. Join us on an exciting journey of growth and success in the Mobile & Tech industry 1. Purpose of Position: The Regional Manager at PTC Phone Tech & Comm is a pivotal role responsible for driving sales growth and ensuring the development and effectiveness of the sales team within the specified region. This role will play a crucial part in aligning our team with our company values and objectives. We are committed to the core values of Challenge, Sincerity, Simplicity, Teamwork, and Trust, we are dedicated to delivering innovative technology solutions to our customers through exceptional products and customer experiences. As the Regional Manager, you will further strengthen our retail business unit. 2. Key Responsibilities / Accountability: Sales Leadership: Develop and execute strategic sales plans to achieve or exceed sales targets within your region. Drive sales & repair performance with your teams from the frontline. Monitor and analyse sales performance metrics to identify areas for improvement. Provide coaching, guidance, and support to the sales team to enhance their performance. Collaborate with other departments to ensure seamless customer experiences. Develop and execute strategic sales plans that not only meet but exceed sales targets within your region. Drive strategic efforts to enhance three core performance indicators: Staff Effectiveness, Sales Metrics, and Inventory Management, with a primary focus on increasing PAW (Profit After Wage). Formulate and execute sales initiatives targeting improvements in average transaction value, basket size, and regional sales objectives. Continuously monitor sales KPIs at the store level, meticulously diagnosing causes for underperformance, and devising actionable solutions. Rigorously monitor and analyse sales performance metrics to identify opportunities for improvement. Offer expert guidance, coaching, and support to the sales team to enhance their performance. Foster cross-functional collaboration to ensure seamless customer experiences. Training and Development: Create and implement training programs for the sales team to enhance their product knowledge and selling skills. Conduct regular training sessions and workshops to improve team performance. Identify training needs and customise programs accordingly. Set well-defined performance expectations and provide consistent feedback to team members. · Develop training programs to enhance product knowledge and customer service skills among staff. Team Leadership Lead and motivate the sales team, fostering a culture of teamwork and collaboration. · Set clear objectives and key performance indicators (KPIs) for the team members. Provide regular feedback and performance evaluations. Enhance our performance review system encompassing success improvement, development and productive feedback sessions. Foster a culture of collaboration, trust, and teamwork in alignment with our company values. Market Analysis: Stay up-to-date with industry trends, competitor activities, and market conditions. Provide market insights to support decision-making. Develop and drive Local Area Marketing (LAM) campaigns, with support from the marketing team to increase traffic, sales and brand awareness. Keep a vigilant eye on market trends and competitor activities to seize opportunities and navigate challenges. Frequently visit stores, collaborating with Store Leaders and frontline staff to pinpoint, assess, and address operational inefficiencies. Relationship Building: Develop and maintain strong relationships with key clients and stakeholders in the region. Represent PTC Phone Tech & Comm at industry events and conferences. Elevate customer experiences by ensuring product availability and exceptional service. · Address customer inquiries and concerns in a prompt and professional manner. Continuously work with Leadership team to refine processes to exceed customer expectations. Grow customer feedback mechanisms to drive continuous improvement in customer satisfaction. Compliance and Reporting: Ensure compliance with company policies, procedures, and values. Prepare regular reports on sales performance and training effectiveness. Infuse operational best practices to enhance performance and elevate customer satisfaction. Conduct regular inventory audits to synchronise stock levels with sales forecasts and customer demand. The above list is not exhaustive, and the role may change to meet the overall objectives of the company. 3. Required Skills, Experience & Competencies Possess a bachelor’s degree in business administration, Retail Management, or a related field (or possess equivalent worked experience). Dynamic Leadership in Retail Operations, showcasing a proven track record of spearheading sales and staff operations within a multifaceted retail environment, spanning multiple stores and areas, and driving tangible results that align with company values and objectives. Resilience and integrity are very important values to posses for this role. Expertise in leveraging data analytics tools to conduct thorough analysis of sales metrics, staff performance, and inventory management. Display adept leadership skills, with the ability to motivate and cultivate teams. Showcase strong analytical and creative problem-solving abilities. Possess excellent communication skills and thrive in cross-departmental collaborations. Fluency in Mandarin or Cantonese is advantageous, though not a prerequisite. Demonstrate proficiency in utilising relevant software and tools for retail sales and operations management, with good excel skills. Company Values: This role aligns closely with our company values. The Regional Manager is expected to embody and uphold these values, setting an example for the entire team. Challenge: Embrace challenges as opportunities to innovate and improve retail strategies, while driving growth and customer satisfaction. Sincerity: Approach team interactions and customer relationships with honesty, transparency, and genuine care. Simplicity: Strive for streamlined processes and solutions that enhance retail operations and the customer experience. Teamwork: Foster collaborative efforts among cross-functional teams to achieve retail goals and provide exceptional service. Trust: Build trust with both customers and team members through consistent performance, open communication, and reliable leadership. 4. Internal and External Contacts/Relationships Internal Contacts: PTC Sales & Retail Teams PTC HR Team PTC Warehouse Team PTC Marketing Team PTC IT/Operations Team PTC E-Commerce Team PTC Purchasing Team PTC Finance Tea External Contacts: Business Partners Shopping Centre Management Third Party Support Partners Sales Representatives • Fri, 07 JunPTC Phone Tech & Comm
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Regional Sales Manager - IAM » Sydney, NSW - portfolio, the purpose of the Regional Sales Manager (RSM) position is to: Drive new business development sales of our Identity... • Fri, 07 JunThales
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Regional Practice Manager » Traralgon, VIC - . Maurice Blackburn, experience you can count on. About the Role We are looking for a Practice Manager to join our Road... and Work team across our regional Victorian locations, based out of Traralgon on a full time, permanent basis. The... • Wed, 05 JunMaurice Blackburn
Area Manager - Sydney & Regional NSW » Sydney, NSW - Area Manager - BIG W (Sydney & Regional NSW) Partner across the BIGW ecosystem to drive our strategy and deliver... transformational experiences. Coach and lead 15 stores across Sydney and regional NSW to ensure strong foundational retail experiences... • Wed, 05 JunWoolworths Group
Regional Manager Sentence Mgmt » Australia - As the Regional Manager, you will be at the forefront of managing and overseeing sentence management processes and policies across your region, which has a centre in Wacol and a centre in Rockhampton. You will lead high functioning teams and collaborate with various stakeholders, including legal bodies, law enforcement agencies, and community organisations. Your role will involve strategic planning, performance monitoring, and policy implementation to align with the goals and objectives of Sentence Management Services QCS as an Agency. This leadership position demands strong organisational, communication, and problem-solving skills. Your ability to manage teams, adapt to changing circumstances, and navigate complex policy and legal frameworks will be essential. With a focus on fostering a culture of collaboration and continuous improvement, you will contribute to a safer and more rehabilitative correctional system in Queensland. About You: We are looking for individuals who: Have extensive experience in corrections or related fields. Demonstrate proficiency in sentence management and rehabilitation strategies. Show exceptional leadership skills and are capable of effectively managing teams and fostering a culture of collaboration and excellence. Have excellent verbal and written communication abilities, with a focus on effective stakeholder engagement and policy implementation. Can spend equitable time at both locations Benefits: Competitive salary package with generous superannuation and leave loading. Comprehensive family support through parental leave and flexible working arrangements. Access to exceptional training, support, promotional opportunities, and professional development. If you're ready to make a significant impact on Queensland Corrective Services and lead a dedicated team towards effective Sentence Management and community reintegration, apply today Applications to remain current for 12 months. • Wed, 05 JunQueensland Government
Senior Regional Manager - SIL Disability Services » Croudace Bay, Lake Macquarie Area - At Cerebral Palsy Alliance, we value diversity, foster an inclusive culture and champion equitable opportunities. We strongly encourage applications from candidates with a diverse range of backgrounds and lived experiences including people with disability, Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander people, people from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds, and the LGBTQIA community. Join us and make a positive difference to the lives of people with disabilities, and to grow your career as part of our alliance of great minds. Our shared values are Passionate, Respectful, Ethical, Curious and Courageous. About the role This exciting newly created role, reporting to the Senior Manager, Strategy and Operations, provides the unique opportunity to make your mark by shaping and taking our Accommodation Services to the next level. In this hardworking and committed team dedicated to ensuring sustainability with the Accommodation portfolio of the organisation you will have a direct impact on the trajectory of our ever-expanding mission to provide exceptional support and care. Supported by a transformative leader, the roles offer an opportunity to bring fresh vision and innovation required to build and mould team members, establish best practices and set the standard for excellence at a senior level. As Senior Regional Manager, Accommodation, you will have responsibility for fostering a supportive and inclusive environment with direct leadership of a team of Regional Managers and leading the implementation of strategically aligned projects and initiatives you will ensure our organisation delivers best practice services, meeting the quality standards of the National Disability Insurance Agency (NDIA) Commission. We are seeking to fill two roles. One based at one of our Sydney Offices and one in Croudace Bay (Newcastle area). Both roles will require travel within CPA's Accommodation Services footprint (Metro Sydney and Newcastle/ Central Coast). The CPA Head Office is based in Allambie Heights and there will be requirement to attend meetings and training in person. Why join us? In addition to the professional growth and development opportunities this role offers, you will have the satisfaction of knowing your leadership, strategic and operational collaboration will directly contribute to CPA's evolution and make a meaningful impact on the lives of people with disability and their family. We can also offer you: Working for a value- based organisation where People come first. Leave options that will enable you to maintain a true work-life balance including 12 weeks paid parental leave and 2 weeks paid partner leave Career development and training opportunities Noting that CPA is a Registered Training Organisation (RTO). Health and Wellbeing benefit Flexible working arrangements An inspiring work culture where you are valued, supported and where you truly can make a difference About You: Passionate about advocacy for people with disability with a strong desire to lead positive change in the disability services sector. Demonstrated experience in building and managing high-performing teams and inspiring others to achieve their full potential. Strong communication skills with the ability to effectively engage and influence stakeholders at all levels, and the ability to collaborate cross-functionally, build strong relationships, and work effectively with diverse teams to achieve shared goals. Proven track record of driving innovation, thinking creatively and implementing new ideas with a focus on continuous improvement. Ability to supporting the implementation of strategic and operational initiatives and projects relating to service growth. Strong negotiation skills with the ability to establish mutually beneficial partnerships and connections with suppliers, industry networks and relevant regulatory bodies that ensure the delivery of cost-effective quality solutions. So, if you're ready to embark on a fulfilling journey and join us in our mission to empower people with disabilities and create a more inclusive society, we want to hear from you Important information: At CPA the safety of our staff and clients is of paramount importance. We have assessed this role type as requiring a high level of physical functionality with some inherent requirements. Please let us know if you have any pre-existing injuries or illnesses which you are currently seeking, or have sought, medical treatment for which you think may impact your ability to fulfil the inherent requirements of this role. CPA is committed to supporting an inclusive work environment and engaging workers with diverse lived experience. We will happily consider and accommodate reasonable adjustments that may be required to support candidates throughout the recruitment process, and to be successful and safe employees of CPA. Cerebral Palsy Alliance is committed to the safety and wellbeing of our clients and staff. As such all employees at CPA are recommended to be triple vaccinated against COVID-19. Cerebral Palsy Alliance is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Cerebral Palsy Alliance upholds, advocates for, and protects the rights, wellbeing and safety of people with a disability. We are a child safe organisation and all workers are responsible to adhere to the NDIS Worker Code of Conduct. CPA is a smoke free workplace including in, on and around CPA sites and vehicles. How to Apply Please click 'Apply' to complete your application. If you have any questions about the role or require any reasonable adjustments to enable you to equitably participate in the recruitment process please contact Ali on Ali.Cavillcerebralpalsy.org.au • Tue, 04 JunCerebral Palsy Alliance
Regional Manager » Ryde, Ryde Area - At Cerebral Palsy Alliance, we value diversity, foster an inclusive culture and champion equitable opportunities. We strongly encourage applications from candidates with a diverse range of backgrounds and lived experiences including people with disability, Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander people, people from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds, and the LGBTQIA community. Join us and make a positive difference to the lives of people with disabilities, and to grow your career as part of our alliance of great minds. Our shared values are Passionate, Respectful, Ethical, Curious and Courageous. About the role The Regional Manager, Accommodation is responsible for leading and managing the effective and efficient operation of a portfolio of accommodation services for clients with a disability within a defined region. The Regional Manager is responsible for supporting the implementation of strategic and operational initiatives and projects relating to service growth, and to ensure the consistent application of practices, policies and procedures across all areas of the Accommodation & Respite business. Within a team of Regional Managers, the role is accountable for analysing business practices and performance to identify service gaps and opportunities to ensure that the A&R business is sustainable. Responsibilities of the role (not limited to): Overseeing the day to day operations of our Accommodation Supported Independent Living (SIL) services Analysing operational performance to identify gaps and opportunities for improvement and the consistent application of practices across the business Developing and maintaining relationships with key internal and external stakeholders to secure access to necessary support, information and resources to effectively manage a portfolio of Accommodation services Managing, supporting and mentoring a team of House Managers Managing the income and expenditure for the Accommodation business to ensure financial targets are successfully achieved Client and stakeholder management Maintaining up-to-date knowledge of external best practices and legislative/regulatory requirements to ensure compliance across Accommodation service operations. Managing client-wellbeing processes across Accommodation services; conduct audits of sites and individual clients About you: Demonstrated leadership or senior leadership experience, managing multiple direct reports Industry experience in the disability sector, with past experience supporting the implementation of strategic and operational initiatives NDIA framework and compliance knowledge with an understanding of the considerations and how these relate to Accommodation & Respite services Exceptional written and oral communication skills, with the proven ability of having managed internal and external stakeholders in past roles Working for CPA offers you exceptional remuneration & benefits: Access to a tax-free meal, entertainment & venue benefit card valued at $2,650 per year Flexible ways of working - compressed hours, working from home options, flexibility surrounding hours 12 weeks paid parental leave and 2 weeks paid partner leave 3 additional leave days each year (conditions apply) $100 per year well-being allowance that you can use to enhance your wellbeing (eg: purchase sports equipment, have a massage, take a meditation class, the choice is yours) Discounted gym membership for you and your family, using Fitness Passport Employee Assistance Program Paid Employee Referral Bonus Program, where you can be generously rewarded for referring a friend that joins CPA. Important information: At CPA the safety of our staff and clients is of paramount importance. We have assessed this role type as requiring a high level of physical functionality with some inherent requirements. Please let us know if you have any pre-existing injuries or illnesses which you are currently seeking, or have sought, medical treatment for which you think may impact your ability to fulfil the inherent requirements of this role. CPA is committed to supporting an inclusive work environment and engaging workers with diverse lived experience. We will happily consider and accommodate reasonable adjustments that may be required to support candidates throughout the recruitment process, and to be successful and safe employees of CPA. Cerebral Palsy Alliance is committed to the safety and wellbeing of our clients and staff. As such we encourage all employees be vaccinated against COVID-19. Cerebral Palsy Alliance is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Cerebral Palsy Alliance upholds, advocates for, and protects the rights , wellbeing and safety of people with a disability. We are a child safe organisation and all workers are responsible to adhere to the NDIS Worker Code of Conduct. CPA is a smoke free workplace including in, on and around CPA sites and vehicles. How to Apply Please click 'Apply' to complete your application. • Tue, 04 JunCerebral Palsy Alliance
Senior Regional Manager - SIL Disability Services » Allambie Heights, Manly Area - At Cerebral Palsy Alliance, we value diversity, foster an inclusive culture and champion equitable opportunities. We strongly encourage applications from candidates with a diverse range of backgrounds and lived experiences including people with disability, Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander people, people from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds, and the LGBTQIA community. Join us and make a positive difference to the lives of people with disabilities, and to grow your career as part of our alliance of great minds. Our shared values are Passionate, Respectful, Ethical, Curious and Courageous. About the role This exciting newly created role, reporting to the Senior Manager, Strategy and Operations, provides the unique opportunity to make your mark by shaping and taking our Accommodation Services to the next level. In this hardworking and committed team dedicated to ensuring sustainability with the Accommodation portfolio of the organisation, you will have a direct impact on the trajectory of our ever-expanding mission to provide exceptional support and care. Supported by a transformative leader, the roles offer an opportunity to bring fresh vision and innovation required to build and mould team members, establish best practices and set the standard for excellence at a senior level. As Senior Regional Manager, Accommodation, you will have responsibility for fostering a supportive and inclusive environment with direct leadership of a team of Regional Managers and leading the implementation of strategically aligned projects and initiatives you will ensure our organisation delivers best practice services, meeting the quality standards of the National Disability Insurance Agency (NDIA) Commission. The CPA Head Office is based in Allambie Heights and there will be requirement to attend meetings and training in person. Why join us? In addition to the professional growth and development opportunities this role offers, you will have the satisfaction of knowing your leadership, strategic and operational collaboration will directly contribute to CPA's evolution and make a meaningful impact on the lives of people with disability and their family. We can also offer you: Working for a value- based organisation where People come first. Leave options that will enable you to maintain a true work-life balance including 12 weeks paid parental leave and 2 weeks paid partner leave Career development and training opportunities Noting that CPA is a Registered Training Organisation (RTO). Health and Wellbeing benefit Flexible working arrangements An inspiring work culture where you are valued, supported and where you truly can make a difference About You: Passionate about advocacy for people with disability with a strong desire to lead positive change in the disability services sector. Demonstrated experience in building and managing high-performing teams and inspiring others to achieve their full potential. Strong communication skills with the ability to effectively engage and influence stakeholders at all levels, and the ability to collaborate cross-functionally, build strong relationships, and work effectively with diverse teams to achieve shared goals. Proven track record of driving innovation, thinking creatively and implementing new ideas with a focus on continuous improvement. Ability to supporting the implementation of strategic and operational initiatives and projects relating to service growth. Strong negotiation skills with the ability to establish mutually beneficial partnerships and connections with suppliers, industry networks and relevant regulatory bodies that ensure the delivery of cost-effective quality solutions. So, if you're ready to embark on a fulfilling journey and join us in our mission to empower people with disabilities and create a more inclusive society, we want to hear from you Important information: At CPA the safety of our staff and clients is of paramount importance. We have assessed this role type as requiring a high level of physical functionality with some inherent requirements. Please let us know if you have any pre-existing injuries or illnesses which you are currently seeking, or have sought, medical treatment for which you think may impact your ability to fulfil the inherent requirements of this role. CPA is committed to supporting an inclusive work environment and engaging workers with diverse lived experience. We will happily consider and accommodate reasonable adjustments that may be required to support candidates throughout the recruitment process, and to be successful and safe employees of CPA. Cerebral Palsy Alliance is committed to the safety and wellbeing of our clients and staff. As such all employees at CPA must be triple vaccinated against COVID-19, prior to their start date. Cerebral Palsy Alliance is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Cerebral Palsy Alliance upholds, advocates for, and protects the rights , wellbeing and safety of people with a disability. We are a child safe organisation and all workers are responsible to adhere to the NDIS Worker Code of Conduct. CPA is a smoke free workplace including in, on and around CPA sites and vehicles. How to Apply Please click 'Apply' to complete your application. If you have any questions about the role or require any reasonable adjustments to enable you to equitably participate in the recruitment process please contact Ali on Ali.Cavillcerebralpalsy.org.au • Tue, 04 JunCerebral Palsy Alliance
Regional Manager / Export Sales Manager » Sydney, NSW - of our company. Your unique contribution As the Regional Manager for Asia, you will be responsible for engaging and inspiring... relationships to regional markets Global Wine, Spirits & Champagne company with the world’s most iconic brands Empowered... • Tue, 04 Jun
Regional Manager » Ryde, NSW - , Curious and Courageous. About the role The Regional Manager, Accommodation is responsible for leading and managing the.... The Regional Manager is responsible for supporting the implementation of strategic and operational initiatives... • Tue, 04 JunCerebral Palsy Alliance
Senior Regional Manager - Accommodation & Respite, (A&R) » Croudace Bay, NSW - , Curious and Courageous. About the role This exciting newly created role, reporting to the Senior Manager, Strategy... and mould team members, establish best practices and set the standard for excellence at a senior level. As Senior Regional... • Tue, 04 JunCerebral Palsy Alliance
Regional Sales Manager » Brisbane, QLD - Sales Manager to join the Flick family. About the role As Regional Sales Manager you will develop, implement and manage... Coast, Toowoomba and Brisbane north to Beerwah regions. Reporting to the Regional General Manager, responsibilities... • Tue, 04 JunMojo Recruit
Regional Account Manager Vic/Tas » Melbourne, VIC - As our newest Regional Account Manager, you will encourage the utilisation of Fonterra Foodservice Products by end users (cafes... • Tue, 04 JunFonterra
Regional Manager » Adelaide, Adelaide Region - Are you a visionary leader with a passion for luxury retail? Our client is seeking a Regional Manager to oversee 13 stores, elevating the customer experience and inspiring teams to new heights. Join us in shaping the future of luxury retail About your new role As the Regional Manager, you will bring a track record of building strong relationships to lead teams to success. You will have a 'hands on' approach, upbeat personality, strong accountability attitude and a passion for high service standards. Salary will be based on your experience, alongside a generous bonus scheme and car allowance. Your focus will be to develop your teams, drive sales and seek operational excellence. Responsibilities: Lead and mentor Store Managers across 13 locations to deliver exceptional service and exceed customer expectations. Drive sales growth and profitability through strategic planning, effective leadership, and innovative initiatives. Foster a culture of excellence, collaboration, and empowerment among store teams. Ensure consistent brand representation and adherence to luxury standards across all stores. Analyse market trends and customer feedback to identify opportunities for improvement and growth. Requirements: Previous experience at Regional or State Manager level Exceptional leadership skills with a humanistic approach to coaching and development. Strong business acumen and ability to drive results while upholding brand integrity. Excellent communication and interpersonal skills to build relationships and inspire teams. Ability to travel between store locations as needed. Benefits: Work with a retailer who is committed and passionate about their quality product A competitive salary paid on experience, up to $85K Super Car allowance of $14K fuel card, phone and laptop Employee discounts on high-end products PLUS a product allowance Globally recognised brand with a great reputation Access to corporate partner discounts and offers Join a People-centred business, a passionate and collaborative team dedicated to excellence in luxury retail. Don't miss out on this opportunity. Please hit the APPLY button to submit your resume. Reference: Dannielle Zwirek | Reference 201826 Seeking a job change now? When you fill out a confidential profile with Frontline Retail, it goes to our team of experienced recruiters and that's who you have working for you, the Frontline Retail team. Our unique system of recruitment means the whole team will be trying to find you the right job. Whether it is now or in the near future we will continue to match positions to suit your needs until we find you the perfect job To apply online, please click on the apply button. Alternatively for a confidential discussion please contact Dannielle Zwirek on 0426 077 694 quoting the reference number above. Note: Not all our current vacancies are listed on job boards. Check out our Frontline Retail website for a complete listing www.frontlinerecruitmentgroup.com/retail • Tue, 04 JunFrontline Retail South Australia
Regional Manager - Queensland » Glenferrie South, Boroondara Area - Lovisa Life: Lovisa was established in April 2010 and has quickly grown to be one of the world’s leading fast fashion jewellery retailers. We continue our focus on expanding our store network, with over 860 stores across 37 countries. Join a high growth international retailer, publicly listed on the ASX. We believe in supporting diverse cultures and harnessing the unique knowledge and experience of our team. We celebrate our global presence, by supporting our culturally diverse team around the world. Lovisa Opportunity: The summary: Managing all stores assigned within your region Coach, develop and motivate your team Lead your Managers in all aspects of store operations Achieve monthly retail budgets and manage expense control Controlling shrinkage by coaching your teams to manage within stores Oversee management and recruitment of store teams, rosters and control of wages Promote customer service excellence and identify areas of opportunity to improve customer satisfaction Visual merchandising and ensuring store presentation is of the highest standards Attract, recruit and induct new team members and promote a strong focus on succession planning within the teams Lovisa Loves : A can-do attitude with the following skills: Multi-site management experience for a fashion retailer Ability to perform in a fast-paced, high volume retail environment Strong people management skills and thorough understanding of performance management Excellent planning and organisational skills Strong commercial awareness and a proven track record of delivering results Exceptional communication skills A strong passion for retail, customer service and fashion Lovisa Perks : Enjoy these perks when you join Lovisa Unlimited Fuel Card The opportunity to be relocated both locally and internationally Bonus Scheme Supportive team environment – we truly embody our 101 culture commitments Quarterly Global Conference Generous employee discount of 50% off all Lovisa products Personal Development Succession Plans with monthly, quarterly, six month and yearly reviews. Take your birthday off on us with an additional day of leave Freedom to shake up your daily uniform and demonstrate your eye for style Lovisa Future: With no plans on slowing down with our continued expansion across the globe. At Lovisa, we are passionate, dedicated, hard-working and fun-loving team players. We are devoted to fashion, style and customer service. All team members are Lovisa ambassadors, who thrive off our Lovisa culture commitments with a can-do attitude. Lovisa Product: Lovisa was created out of a need for on-trend fashion jewellery at ready-to-wear prices. Our global trend spotting and innovation design team take inspiration from couture runways and current street style around the world to deliver new, must-have styles to our customers. We are a fashion-forward jewellery brand that caters to anyone and everyone, with 150 new styles being delivered to stores each week. We give exceptional customer service and apply our core belief, “It’s about the customer, always” in everything we do. • Tue, 04 JunLovisa
Regional Sales Manager » Brisbane, Brisbane Region - Are you a professional Salesperson ready to work with an industry leading Australian company? Base Commission Car Benefits Join a long established, innovative and continually growing business Great opportunity for a dynamic Regional Sales Manager to join the Flick family. About the role As Regional Sales Manager you will develop, implement and manage sales activities that deliver individual and corporate sales budget sets, while growing the Flick brand - across the Gold Coast, Toowoomba and Brisbane north to Beerwah regions. Reporting to the Regional General Manager, responsibilities include: Create & maintain a robust pipeline of leads via proactive prospecting, networking & leveraging existing relationships Develop & implement effective sales strategies & tactics to drive revenue & growth Identify, develop & drive sales plans Achieve/exceed sales targets Analyse sales data & provide regular reports on performance, forecasts & market trends Understand & monitor competition, maintain a strong working knowledge of the industry Support recruitment & onboarding of regional sales staff Contract renewals & tender preparation Develop an in-depth knowledge of Flick products & services About you Sales experience in a similar role with a strong sales track record Highly proficient at relationship building, including cold calling Experience in training and motivating sales teams Experience working in a fast-paced sales & commission based role Ability to analyse, manage & interpret data & sales figures Commercial business acumen with numeric literacy High level client liaison, communication, influencing, negotiation & presentation skills Highly motivated with a clear targeted ambition to succeed through serving the needs of customers Current unrestricted drivers licence with ability to travel throughout your region as required What we offer Base commission car generous benefits Great team environment and work culture Work/life balance Work for an industry leading, rapidly growing Australian company Who are we Flick Anticimex is Australia’s leading pest and hygiene company, operating from over 55 branches and depots across Australia and New Zealand. Established more than a century ago; at Flick, we pride ourselves on innovation and Best in Practice services, with a commitment to limited impact on the environment. When you begin a career with Flick - you join a trusted, passionate family who love what we do. If this sounds like something you want to be a part of - we'd love to hear from you • Tue, 04 JunMojo Recruit
Regional Business Manager (Audiology - Sydney, NSW) » Sydney, NSW - Regional Business Manager (Audiology - Sydney, NSW)ACM Healthcare is the only Australian Recruitment Agency... and Independently owned organisations across Australia & New Zealand.We are excited to be recruiting for an Regional Business Manager... • Mon, 03 JunACM Healthcare$110000 - 120000 per year
Regional Manager » Australia - Are you a visionary leader with a passion for luxury retail? Our client is seeking a Regional Manager to oversee 13...! 🔹About your new role As the Regional Manager, you will bring a track record of building strong relationships to lead... • Mon, 03 JunFrontline Recruitment Group$75000 - 85000 per year
Regional Sales Manager ? VIC & TAS » Laverton, VIC - West Melbourne, VIC - here to view more detail / apply for Regional Sales Manager ? VIC & TAS... • Mon, 03 JunAtlam Group
Regional Sales Manager » Brisbane, QLD - Sales Manager to join the Flick family. About the role As Regional Sales Manager you will develop, implement and manage... Coast, Toowoomba and Brisbane north to Beerwah regions. Reporting to the Regional General Manager, responsibilities... • Sun, 02 JunMojo Recruit
Regional Manager - WA (9500) » Western Australia, Australia - It's official. We're the 1 best place to work 2022 in Agriculture, Mining and Utilities awarded by FinancialReview and Inventium How can you grow with Nufarm? We're looking for a collaborative and engaging Regional Sales Manager (RM) to develop, drive and lead our Western Australian Team. You will lead our regional growth agenda by developing and executing strategies to maximize the delivery of Nufarm' s Customer Value Proposition through strategic customer interaction and leading and developing our high calibre team. Nufarm people are the foundation of our success and to enable them to be their best we offer an inclusive environment and a range of flexible working options. As our RM your location within the WA state is flexible but will require regular travel, a tool of trade vehicle will be provided for full use. What will you be doing? Manage, coach, develop & drive performance of regional team Actively contribute within the Sales Leadership Team (SalesLT) by identifying & acting upon business opportunities & improvement initiatives acting as a thought leader within commercial strategy enhancement. Invest necessary time in key Integrated Business Planning responsibilities, including demand planning & demand control Define clearly articulated regional objectives that are aligned to national Customer strategies, campaigns, new product launches & differentiated product strategies Drive delivery against the regional business plan objectives by operationalising & executing at Channel Partner, Influencer & Grower level Lead the development & execution of growth plan with regional key accounts Build productive relationships with key regional Channel Partner, Grower & Influencer Customers by tailoring style & approach to relate effectively to different stakeholders What do you bring? You will ideally bring extensive experience operating as a Commercial Agronomic leader with a track record of well executed team management. You bring a lived passion for the Agricultural industry and a understanding of the crop segments in the WA region. Technical-minded and customer-focused, you bring excellent business acumen and the ability to communicate, negotiate, influence and develop constructive relationships with clients including channel partners and growers. You enjoy growing and developing your team and forming constructive relationships with internal teams and customers alike, and you're results driven, collaborative and outcome oriented. If you want to be a part of a thriving, supportive environment and are inspired by the prospect of being a part of something bigger, we'd love to hear from you. Nufarm is proud to be recognised as an endorsed employer of choice for all woman by Work180. LI-POST LI-HYBRID • Sun, 02 JunNUFARM LIMITED
Regional Commercial Manager - APAC » Perth, WA - Job Description: Wood is currently recruiting a Regional Commercial Manager for a 12 month fixed term contract in... / contracting policies Manage workload and task allocation within the regional commercial team Leads and directs the management... • Sat, 01 JunJohn Wood Group
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Retail Regional Manager (NSW/VIC) » Sydney CBD, Sydney - Our Story LSKD (Loose Kid) is a global brand that prides itself on creating high-quality functional sportswear with a street aesthetic. Born in Australia in 2002, our journey has always been about pushing boundaries and rejecting complacency; we're constantly evolving and challenging the status quo. Our inspiration comes from our tight-knit community; the dynamic individuals who influence style, shape the future, and strive to be 1% every day. Job Summary Our Regional Manager is a newly created role reporting directly to the Chief of Retail and leading our team of Head Coaches (Store Managers) in the VIC and NSW Regions. Leading with our values front of mind, this role will be hands on developing the expanding network of store teams across Victoria and Sydney. Our regional manager will be the driver of key strategic results and ensuring profitable growth of the regions. Create a Community: Ensure all stores are delivering an exceptional community experience in-store Be a brand ambassador and storyteller for our brand history and values Working closely with the Community Marketing Manager, build a strategic and fun quarterly community plan that drives community growth and brand advocacy in region Organise and facilitate in-store events to add value to the community and drive in store visitation Ensure teams are fulfilling on their community strategies Be an example of how to show up powerfully in community Liaise with HQ community events and partnerships teams to ensure we are maximising regional community efforts Galvanise the team around building relationships in the community and sweating in local studios Create a loyal local community who repeatedly visit and purchase from your stores Ensure that all community issues and online/in-store feedback is being managed - community is happy and stores take ownership to make it right Develop a Team of Leaders: Develop a leadership team to be entrepreneurial and own their business - coach and support them in creating strong in-store strategies to elevate performance Support ongoing learning and development of all store team consistently and equitably by providing direct feedback, and proactively addressing performance concerns Recruit and build a world class leadership team that embraces and shares our values - build a talent pipeline that fosters internal growth and role fulfilment Ensure team is fully trained and developed, consistent check-ins are completed, and development gaps are identified and actioned Create an open and approachable environment that fosters generous two way feedback conversations and the feedback loop Conduct quarterly performance reviews Ensure every team member in region receives a full and complete onboarding experience Create an inclusive and supportive environment that celebrates differences Engage, motivate and retain key store talent Celebrate and recognise the team's growth and successes Operational Excellence: Oversees daily operations, managing budgets, and setting performance objectives Ensure the stores are being well-managed daily - this means the store is clean, tidy, priced and has full product offering available on floor Accountable for inventory accuracy and integrity of your region Accountable for all inventory processes being followed correctly (faulty’s, backroom mgmt etc.) Ensures Visual Merchandising Plan is actioned weekly, standards are maintained, and VM is maximised for commercial opportunities Ensures Head Coaches are adhering to opening and closing duties, and cash discrepancies are investigated and followed up in a timely manner Ensure team is across all relevant communication, at the right time Ensure the team understands the Operating Principles and these are upheld in all stores Product Obsessed: Is a product expert across our entire range of fabrics, fits and styles Ensure your team has the product knowledge to educate our community on the core and current product ranges, relevant for their needs Responsible for owning the full product lifecycle in store from box to community fulfilment Owns total sell through of product in-store Ensures team completes fit sessions of all core and new products to truly understand the product in-store and is authentically able to educate about it Ensure storytelling in VM is clear and elevated to showcase clear outfitting and brand themes Continuously strive to meet our three key product pillars benchmarks Financial Smarts: Execute weekly, monthly, quarterly and annual reporting Deliver weekly reflections and recaps on business performance, strengths and opportunities. Create tangible actions to be 1% better everyday Achieve business goals, revenue targets, and manage budgets Analyses P&Ls to look for opportunities to improve business, setting clear actions for improvement or continued success Manage and optimise employee wages and hours Set and manage clear KPIs for stores Educate and develop team around financial performance and continuing to coach them on how to improve their business acumen New Store Development: Responsible for ensuring all new stores are executed on time and open successfully Ensure the teams are recruited and fully trained, on time Ensure community strategy is in place for pre-seeding the market at least 3 months out The Perks Personal and professional development - audible, leadership courses, mentoring and world class forums just to name a few We'll shout your sessions to group fitness classes and sporting events EPIC product discount Find out about our values https://www.youtube.com/watch?v5tnr8UHI3MQ • Sat, 01 JunLSKD
Regional Manager » Australia - Regional Manager Monday to Friday - Full Time Role - Flexible hours Office based 2-3 days each week Cannon Hill Multiple site locations Nth Brisbane, Ipswich, Pimpama - Access to company vehicle DeltaFM has the expertise, experience and support to provide exceptional facilities management services to a diverse range of industries, in almost any geographic location at any stage of a project. Our end-to-end facilities management and project management services ensure that your infrastructure is put in place smoothly and efficiently. The Position Motivate and manage a team of Facility Supervisors in public school-based sites, driving the quality and efficiency of the facility maintenance works Daily review of data, reporting sites activity Management of client relationships and customer service - drive the performance of the teams and ensure the client expectations are not just meet but exceeded Establishing and maintaining a safe and secure environment, ensuring HSEQ systems, procedures and legislative requirements are followed The Person Strong team and client management experience Strong computer and experience across all Microsoft programs Demonstrate a safety culture centric attitude Be able and willing to travel throughout the greater Brisbane and Gold Coast regions Happy to step into Facility Manager roles as cover when required Demonstrated ability to work efficiently under pressure Facility & Asset Management experience (desirable) Commitment to continuous improvement Possess strong written and verbal communication skills Have a valid and current driving licence The successful candidate will be required to complete a Pre-Employment Medical, and Blue Card Application. The Benefits 12 weeks of paid parental leave for primary carers Access to a wide variety of training and development Clear career paths and support to achieve your goals Personal and site based recognition programs Immediate access to 100 retail discounts accessible from your mobile Multiple salary packaging options to help your dollar go further careerscompass-group.com.au and 1300TALENT blockslinked-imageclick keydown.enter->blockslinked-imageclick" tabindex"0"> Start your application: • Sat, 01 JunCompass Group
Regional Manager » Cannon Hill, Brisbane - Regional Manager Monday to Friday - Full Time Role - Flexible hours Office based 2-3 days each week Cannon Hill Multiple site locations Nth Brisbane, Ipswich, Pimpama - Access to company vehicle DeltaFM has the expertise, experience and support to provide exceptional facilities management services to a diverse range of industries, in almost any geographic location at any stage of a project. Our end-to-end facilities management and project management services ensure that your infrastructure is put in place smoothly and efficiently. The Position Motivate and manage a team of Facility Supervisors in public school-based sites, driving the quality and efficiency of the facility maintenance works Daily review of data, reporting sites activity Management of client relationships and customer service - drive the performance of the teams and ensure the client expectations are not just meet but exceeded Establishing and maintaining a safe and secure environment, ensuring HSEQ systems, procedures and legislative requirements are followed The Person Strong team and client management experience Strong computer and experience across all Microsoft programs Demonstrate a safety culture centric attitude Be able and willing to travel throughout the greater Brisbane and Gold Coast regions Happy to step into Facility Manager roles as cover when required Demonstrated ability to work efficiently under pressure Facility & Asset Management experience (desirable) Commitment to continuous improvement Possess strong written and verbal communication skills Have a valid and current driving licence The successful candidate will be required to complete a Pre-Employment Medical, and Blue Card Application. The Benefits 12 weeks of paid parental leave for primary carers Access to a wide variety of training and development Clear career paths and support to achieve your goals Personal and site based recognition programs Immediate access to 100 retail discounts accessible from your mobile Multiple salary packaging options to help your dollar go further careerscompass-group.com.au and 1300TALENT blockslinked-imageclick keydown.enter->blockslinked-imageclick" tabindex"0"> Start your application: • Sat, 01 JunCompass Group
Regional Manager » Brisbane CBD, Brisbane - Regional Manager Monday to Friday - Full Time Role - Flexible hours Office based 2-3 days each week Cannon Hill Multiple site locations Nth Brisbane, Ipswich, Pimpama - Access to company vehicle DeltaFM has the expertise, experience and support to provide exceptional facilities management services to a diverse range of industries, in almost any geographic location at any stage of a project. Our end-to-end facilities management and project management services ensure that your infrastructure is put in place smoothly and efficiently. The Position Motivate and manage a team of Facility Supervisors in public school-based sites, driving the quality and efficiency of the facility maintenance works Daily review of data, reporting sites activity Management of client relationships and customer service - drive the performance of the teams and ensure the client expectations are not just meet but exceeded Establishing and maintaining a safe and secure environment, ensuring HSEQ systems, procedures and legislative requirements are followed The Person Strong team and client management experience Strong computer and experience across all Microsoft programs Demonstrate a safety culture centric attitude Be able and willing to travel throughout the greater Brisbane and Gold Coast regions Happy to step into Facility Manager roles as cover when required Demonstrated ability to work efficiently under pressure Facility & Asset Management experience (desirable) Commitment to continuous improvement Possess strong written and verbal communication skills Have a valid and current driving licence The successful candidate will be required to complete a Pre-Employment Medical, and Blue Card Application. The Benefits 12 weeks of paid parental leave for primary carers Access to a wide variety of training and development Clear career paths and support to achieve your goals Personal and site based recognition programs Immediate access to 100 retail discounts accessible from your mobile Multiple salary packaging options to help your dollar go further careerscompass-group.com.au and 1300TALENT blockslinked-imageclick keydown.enter->blockslinked-imageclick" tabindex"0"> Start your application: • Sat, 01 JunCompass Group
Regional Manager » West Ipswich, Ipswich - Regional Manager Monday to Friday - Full Time Role - Flexible hours Office based 2-3 days each week Cannon Hill Multiple site locations Nth Brisbane, Ipswich, Pimpama - Access to company vehicle DeltaFM has the expertise, experience and support to provide exceptional facilities management services to a diverse range of industries, in almost any geographic location at any stage of a project. Our end-to-end facilities management and project management services ensure that your infrastructure is put in place smoothly and efficiently. The Position Motivate and manage a team of Facility Supervisors in public school-based sites, driving the quality and efficiency of the facility maintenance works Daily review of data, reporting sites activity Management of client relationships and customer service - drive the performance of the teams and ensure the client expectations are not just meet but exceeded Establishing and maintaining a safe and secure environment, ensuring HSEQ systems, procedures and legislative requirements are followed The Person Strong team and client management experience Strong computer and experience across all Microsoft programs Demonstrate a safety culture centric attitude Be able and willing to travel throughout the greater Brisbane and Gold Coast regions Happy to step into Facility Manager roles as cover when required Demonstrated ability to work efficiently under pressure Facility & Asset Management experience (desirable) Commitment to continuous improvement Possess strong written and verbal communication skills Have a valid and current driving licence The successful candidate will be required to complete a Pre-Employment Medical, and Blue Card Application. The Benefits 12 weeks of paid parental leave for primary carers Access to a wide variety of training and development Clear career paths and support to achieve your goals Personal and site based recognition programs Immediate access to 100 retail discounts accessible from your mobile Multiple salary packaging options to help your dollar go further careerscompass-group.com.au and 1300TALENT blockslinked-imageclick keydown.enter->blockslinked-imageclick" tabindex"0"> Start your application: • Sat, 01 JunCompass Group
Regional Manager - Outdoor Recreation Centres » Queensland - Permanent, Full Time We are currently seeking a passionate and experienced Regional Manager - Outdoor Recreation... The Regional Manager – Outdoor Recreation Centres will lead and manage teams to ensure the venues deliver on key... • Fri, 31 MayPCYC Queensland$18550 per year
CaFHS Regional Team Manager- Outer North Region (temporary 12 months) » Adelaide, SA - We currently have an exciting opportunity to join the Child & Family Health Service team as a Regional Team Manager.... Location Closes 866620 Adelaide Metro Northern 16 Jun Join us at WCHN within CaFHs as a Regional Team Manager and direct... • Fri, 31 MaySA Health$128327 per year
Regional Sales Manager, ANZ » Camberwell, VIC - An Amazing Career Opportunity for Regional Sales Manager, ANZ Location(s): Melbourne/ Sydney Who are we? HID... of activities with other major organizational functions. As our Regional Sales Manager, you'll support HID's success... • Fri, 31 MayAssa Abloy
Region Manager, HLBB - Perth or Adelaide CBD » Perth, Perth Region - Region Manager, HLBB - Perth or Adelaide CBD Apply now Job no: 793858 Business unit: Business and Private Primary position location: 100 St Georges Tce, Perth, WA Work type: Permanent Full time Region: SA- Adelaide inner, WA- Perth inner Play a key role as a People Leader leading & managing a team of Home Lending Business Bankers Dynamic and growing business segment Thrive in a role where your tenacity to deliver is respected and rewarded As a passionate and thoughtful business development leader you will be responsible for the development, leadership and the operational and risk performance of a team of up to 12 Home Lending Business Bankers. Your team will working collaboratively with our Business Banking teams to meet more of our customers home lending needs contributing to the delivery of a seamless customer experience. As a natural coach, you'll lead and engage a team to develop crucial home lending opportunities and customer relationships that will ensure success. Focused and driven to succeed, your experience in, and enjoyment of, all aspects of people leadership will equip you to make an instant impact in this highly absorbing and rewarding opportunity. Is this you? You have enjoyed success at inspiring and developing teams to deliver great outcomes You will have highly developed technical and process knowledge of Home Lending You are seeking the new challenge of using your commercial savvy to build a winning culture that will endure Responsibilities will include: Leading a team of up to 12 direct reports to meet more of our Business customers home lending needs Working collaboratively with the Business Banking Executives and Business Bankers to unlock opportunity Partnering with colleagues across the value chain to deliver an exceptional customer experience Risk management and compliance standards Developing and improving professional excellence through the management of individual and team performance As a natural coach and people leader, you will also demonstrate: A strong passion for customer service and driving customer advocacy A proven track record in sales and achieving results through your people Strong communication, problem solving and negotiation abilities A can do attitude with a mindset of continuous improvement Sales and operations management Ability to build internal relationships What's next: A solid banking background, and relevant business-related tertiary qualification will impress, but it's your drive, tenacity and 'will to win together' that will stand you apart from the rest. We are committed to the effort, initiative and support required to help you realise your goals and aspirations. If you think this role is the right fit for you, we invite you to apply. As a valued internal colleague will be happy to have a confidential chat to you about your experience and interest in the role. To be eligible to apply, you must have Australian or New Zealand citizenship or have permanent residency. Please note candidate screening and interviews may be conducted prior to the closing date of the job advert, so let us know you're interested. We value and embrace diversity of thought, style and working arrangements to ensure our workforce is representative of the communities that we serve and that our thinking, solutions, and products are the best they can be. A diverse and inclusive workplace works better for everyone. We know that our people make us who we are. That's why we have built a culture of respect - where everyone feels valued and appreciated for being their true authentic selves at NAB. With our focus on inclusion and diversity, and in partnership with our Employee Resource Groups, NAB is a place where First Nations colleagues, colleagues of all genders, sexualities and ages, carers and colleagues with disability, and colleagues from all cultures, races and religions have the opportunity to thrive, connect and grow. We are intent on providing an environment where you can work your way. Ask about our many flexible work options and please let us know if we can provide any adjustments throughout the recruitment process. Continue building your career at NAB If you think this role is the right fit for you, we invite you to apply. Please note candidate screening methodologies and interviews may be conducted prior to the closing date of the job advert. To avoid disappointment, you are encouraged to have a minimum of 18 months tenure in your current role and you should have your people leader's endorsement to apply and participate in the selection process. Advertised: 27 May 2024 6:00 AM W. Australia Standard Time Closing: 10 Jun 2024 11:55 PM W. Australia Standard Time Apply now Refer a friend • Fri, 31 MayNAB
Region Manager, HLBB - Perth or Adelaide CBD » Adelaide, Adelaide Region - Region Manager, HLBB - Perth or Adelaide CBD Apply now Job no: 793858 Business unit: Business and Private Primary position location: 100 St Georges Tce, Perth, WA Work type: Permanent Full time Region: SA- Adelaide inner, WA- Perth inner Play a key role as a People Leader leading & managing a team of Home Lending Business Bankers Dynamic and growing business segment Thrive in a role where your tenacity to deliver is respected and rewarded As a passionate and thoughtful business development leader you will be responsible for the development, leadership and the operational and risk performance of a team of up to 12 Home Lending Business Bankers. Your team will working collaboratively with our Business Banking teams to meet more of our customers home lending needs contributing to the delivery of a seamless customer experience. As a natural coach, you'll lead and engage a team to develop crucial home lending opportunities and customer relationships that will ensure success. Focused and driven to succeed, your experience in, and enjoyment of, all aspects of people leadership will equip you to make an instant impact in this highly absorbing and rewarding opportunity. Is this you? You have enjoyed success at inspiring and developing teams to deliver great outcomes You will have highly developed technical and process knowledge of Home Lending You are seeking the new challenge of using your commercial savvy to build a winning culture that will endure Responsibilities will include: Leading a team of up to 12 direct reports to meet more of our Business customers home lending needs Working collaboratively with the Business Banking Executives and Business Bankers to unlock opportunity Partnering with colleagues across the value chain to deliver an exceptional customer experience Risk management and compliance standards Developing and improving professional excellence through the management of individual and team performance As a natural coach and people leader, you will also demonstrate: A strong passion for customer service and driving customer advocacy A proven track record in sales and achieving results through your people Strong communication, problem solving and negotiation abilities A can do attitude with a mindset of continuous improvement Sales and operations management Ability to build internal relationships What's next: A solid banking background, and relevant business-related tertiary qualification will impress, but it's your drive, tenacity and 'will to win together' that will stand you apart from the rest. We are committed to the effort, initiative and support required to help you realise your goals and aspirations. If you think this role is the right fit for you, we invite you to apply. As a valued internal colleague will be happy to have a confidential chat to you about your experience and interest in the role. To be eligible to apply, you must have Australian or New Zealand citizenship or have permanent residency. Please note candidate screening and interviews may be conducted prior to the closing date of the job advert, so let us know you're interested. We value and embrace diversity of thought, style and working arrangements to ensure our workforce is representative of the communities that we serve and that our thinking, solutions, and products are the best they can be. A diverse and inclusive workplace works better for everyone. We know that our people make us who we are. That's why we have built a culture of respect - where everyone feels valued and appreciated for being their true authentic selves at NAB. With our focus on inclusion and diversity, and in partnership with our Employee Resource Groups, NAB is a place where First Nations colleagues, colleagues of all genders, sexualities and ages, carers and colleagues with disability, and colleagues from all cultures, races and religions have the opportunity to thrive, connect and grow. We are intent on providing an environment where you can work your way. Ask about our many flexible work options and please let us know if we can provide any adjustments throughout the recruitment process. Continue building your career at NAB If you think this role is the right fit for you, we invite you to apply. Please note candidate screening methodologies and interviews may be conducted prior to the closing date of the job advert. To avoid disappointment, you are encouraged to have a minimum of 18 months tenure in your current role and you should have your people leader's endorsement to apply and participate in the selection process. Advertised: 27 May 2024 6:00 AM W. Australia Standard Time Closing: 10 Jun 2024 11:55 PM W. Australia Standard Time Apply now Refer a friend • Fri, 31 MayNAB
Regional Manager - Client Relationships » Chatswood West, Willoughby Area - At MMS, our purpose is clear: To make a difference to people's lives. Guided by this commitment, we offer tailored solutions to clients and customers across our businesses in Australia and New Zealand. Our vision is to be your trusted partner, simplifying complexities and turning challenges into opportunities. Our diverse services - from salary packaging and fleet management to disability support - aim to enhance your financial wellbeing and empower your aspirations. The Regional Manager - Client Relationships has responsibility for the onboarding, management, growth and retention of all clients across the Northern Region, with a key focus on Tier 1 clients, who are typically ASX top 100 companies and large Government agencies. The roles key responsibilities are across Revenue, Reach, Relationships and Retention. The role is focused on promoting MMS's value proposition, raising brand awareness and selling MMS's products and services across the Maxxia brand within the existing client base. The Regional Manager - Client Relationships will ensure people and customer satisfaction, and compliance with guidelines and policies established by the Board and the MMS Executive Team. Key responsibilities will include: Work in close collaboration with Regional Managers nationally to develop and execute the agreed Business to Business (B2B) strategy. Contribute to the establishment and preparation of budgets for the Northern Region. Contribute to the development and execution of client retention strategies, including preparation of business cases, financial models and plans to be presented to relevant Executives. Develop and maintain relationships with Tier 1 and Tier 2 clients and key decision makers to secure client retention. Develop and execute key growth strategies across the portfolio to optimise profitable business in line with set targets. Liaise with client, industry body and government agency key influencers and decision makers in order to develop and maintain deep trusted business relationships. Execute the agreed Government advocacy strategy in partnership with the National Manager Client Development Establish and foster collaborative internal relationships to ensure efficient and consistent service delivery for existing clients. Support the monitoring of competitor strategies, products and campaigns in order to optimise MMS market share. Effective leadership of the Northern Region team, measured by high sustainable engagement scores Coaching and Development of direct reports, including appropriate succession planning To be considered for this role you will have: A demonstrable track record of B2B account management (or account management team leadership) and exceeding sales targets within business to business markets. Strong background in financial services products, fleet leasing and/or salary packaging industry experience would be desirable. At least 12 years of business management, sales or marketing experience. Ability to deal with clients at all levels and translate client needs into a complete service solution. Managing strategic and complex sales opportunities and working with internal and external stakeholders to retain clients and optimise growth opportunities. Keen commercial and financial awareness. Demonstrated and successful people leadership with coaching and development as a core competency A growth mindset and resilient approach to business solutions What we can offer you: Our strong people-first culture Flexible/hybrid working to enhance your work/life balance Novated lease benefits and discounts 12 weeks Paid Parental leave and access to our Parents Portal Exempt Employee Share Plan Paid Income Protection Insurance under MMSG default Super plan Access to a broad range of learning and development programs Career break and volunteering leave Access to Employee Assistance Program and annual Flu vaccination Lifestyle Rewards program As an employer who embraces Diversity, Equity & Inclusion, we hold a collective commitment to foster an environment where all differences are valued and respected. We encourage Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, individuals from all backgrounds, including those caring for and living with disability to apply. Please note all successful candidates will be required to undergo background checks. • Fri, 31 MayMCMILLAN SHAKESPEARE LIMITED
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Regional Manager - WA » Perth, WA - , the Regional Manager of Western Australia's intermodal operations is a key leadership role responsible for ensuring... is made available and delivered to customers in full and on time. The Regional Manager leads and manages a team... • Wed, 29 MayPacific National
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Regional Manager - WA » Perth CBD, Perth - Leadership role with essential services provider across the extensive Intermodal freight business. Leadership opportunity with multi site responsibility Manage an operation within Pacific National’s vast national intermodal business Pacific National is committed to diversity in our workforce and encourages women and Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people to apply. About us Pacific National (PN) is the largest provider of diversified rail freight services in Australia. We haul a variety of freight including coal, intermodal containers, steel, and a range of bulk commodities and materials that keep the region’s economy, businesses and households running. We operate nationally with approximately 3,500 staff in over 90 sites across Australia. Join us as we continue to transform our business and shape the rail freight industry, to achieve our vision of becoming Australia’s recognised leader for safe, innovative and sustainable rail freight solutions. We are seeking applicants who share our values: Make it Simple, Share More, Kindness, Gratitude, Curiosity, and Own it and live these values through open and honest communication and respect. About the role Reporting to the Head of Intermodal Operations, the Regional Manager of Western Australia's intermodal operations is a key leadership role responsible for ensuring that the day-to-day activities in both terminal and linehaul operations, are delivered safely and efficiently and that freight is made available and delivered to customers in full and on time. The Regional Manager leads and manages a team of Superintendents as they lead the day to day and long-term performance of operational teams in three locations within the WA Portfolio. The position provides leadership to five operational areas including Terminal Operational, Intermodal Linehaul Operational, and WA PN network, continuous improvement, and safety leadership. Key responsibilities include: Lead and empower the WA leadership team to deliver outcomes across the depot(s) and terminal Manage the WA operations to ensure delivery of key operational KPI’s such as DIFOT, operational efficiency, safety and financial Develop the WA strategic plan that aligns with the overall Pacific National and Intermodal Division plan and the values of the organisation Lead the safety culture of the WA Operation through a consultative engagement with the workforce, leading by example, ensuring compliance with external parties such as Regulators and Network Control Support, mentor and develop WA leadership team and the frontline leaders Oversight of regions HR and IR issues, and maintaining a strong, direct and open relationship with our workforce. Support the implementation of national improvement projects within the WA Operation and identify improvement opportunities within WA and the Intermodal operation Support Sales and Customer Service teams to build strategic customer relationships. As required, take a leading role in major customer relationship management About you We are looking for a strong people leader with solid experience in successfully managing large scale multi-site operations. With key priorities focused around safety, team engagement and development, cultural change, customers and driving PN's values you will have demonstrated experience in understanding the current state landscape of operational teams and working with your immediate team and broader business to develop and drive improvement initiatives. In addition, you will have: Demonstrable experience in managing large teams in a rail, mining, or industrial setting Experience with containerised freight, logistics, dangerous goods management, port, rail or air freight operations will be highly regarded Ideally, Tertiary qualifications in Business Administration, Engineering or Project Management Strong safety, quality and risk mindset with a proven track record of driving improved performance Exceptional leadership skills and demonstrated ability to develop effective teams, build positive culture and drive change Experience in continuous improvement methodologies and/or qualifications such as Six Sigma, Lean or Agile would be an advantage Exceptional stakeholder management skills with the ability to influence and engage at all levels Strong analytical and problem-solving skills with a high degree of initiative and flexibility Customer centric mindset We value diversity, inclusion and collaboration in our workforce and encourage everyone to apply to any vacancies across our business. Closing date Applications close on 12th June 2024. Next Steps Are you ready to be part of our future? To apply, please click on the 'Apply' button below and follow the prompts. To find out more about Pacific National, our benefits and the opportunities we offer, visit our careers page www.pacificnational.com.au/careers . Home Safely Every day - Our top priority is getting you home to your family safely every day. • Wed, 29 MayPacific National
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LSKD Regional Manager (NSW/VIC) » Sydney, NSW - Our Regional Manager is a newly created role reporting directly to the Chief of Retail and leading our team of Head Coaches (Store... expanding network of store teams across Victoria and Sydney. Our regional manager will be the driver of key strategic results... • Tue, 28 MayLSKD
Retail Area Manager - Regional - Townsville, Mackay, Sunshine Coast, Ballina, Newcastle & Canberra » Australia - as our new Area Manager - Regional Stores. Reporting to the Head of Operations - Travel Essentials, you'll lead from the front... our operational strategies across 8+ regional retail sites across Townsville, Mackay, Sunshine Coast, Ballina, Newcastle and Canberra... • Tue, 28 MayLagardère AWPL
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Regional Manager, Katherine » Katherine, Northern Territory - The Regional Manager coordinates the work unit’s weed management programs across the Katherine Region in accordance with the Weeds Management Act 2001 and relevant procedures and guidelines. • Tue, 28 MayNorthern Territory Government
Regional Manager Darwin » Palmerston Area, Darwin Region - The Regional Manager coordinates the work unit’s weed management programs across the Darwin Region in accordance with the Weeds Management Act 2001 and relevant procedures and guidelines • Tue, 28 MayNorthern Territory Government
Regional Manager - Northern Eastern Suburbs and Regional Victoria » Victoria, Australia - The Reject Shop is an ASX listed Australian Discount Variety retailer currently operating more than 381 stores nationally. We pride ourselves on our supportive team culture and understanding our customers, delivering the best value and variety possible. As we continue our growth journey in helping all Australians, we now have an exciting opportunity for a Regional Manager (Northern Eastern Suburbs and Regional Victoria) to join our Operations Team. In this role, you will play a key role in contributing to the profitability and growth of The Reject Shop by being a champion of strategy, values and driving our purpose to our team and our customers. You will be responsible for creating a culture of high performance across store teams, focused on delivering targeted results, leading a one touch, one way of working. This exciting opportunity that will see you: Drive store standards through effective communication, store visits and coaching. Drive a culture of high performance by ensuring strong merchandising standards, a customer obsessed culture and driving operational efficiencies consistent with our low-cots operating model. Utilise trending analysis to drive commercial outcomes, relevant to KPI’s and critical business focus points. Driving a proactive approach to maximising sales, reducing costs, and managing wage and stock loss. Partner closely with People and Culture to drive performance in people and develop internal succession planning and talent. Review store operations trading report monthly to celebrate results and identify opportunities. Drive a culture of safety first. Maintain a high level of engagement in the region to support our team. Lead by example through transparency, honest, integrity and care for our people. What you can bring to the role: Refined leadership skills. Significant experience working in high volume, ideally discount variety operational leadership roles. A demonstrated history in achieving sales and KPI targets. A demonstrated history in building top performing teams. The ability to business partner with multiple Key Stakeholders. Strong relationship building skills and refined communication. Microsoft Office Suite. High attention to detail. What we offer: A supportive and diverse culture. At TRS we care about your wellbeing and are committed to providing a fun, safe and respectful environment. Structured onboarding followed by a buddy support program. Team Member discount for you and an immediate family member (permanent team members) Wage Stream - Supporting financial wellbeing and providing Instant access to your pay. Structured development plans and training provided to support your career growth. Paid parental leave program supporting primary and secondary care givers. Employee Assistance Program - free and confidential professional counselling for work and personal issues for you and your immediate family members. Store Management referral program. We are committed to having the Right Team and being One Team We encourage you to apply or to have a chat with us, please reach out to careersrejectshop.com.au • Mon, 27 MayThe Reject Shop
Regional Sales Manager, Public Sector (Remote, AUS) » Australia - an experienced Regional Sales Manager who will be responsible for driving the acquisition of new business within NSW Public Sector... • Fri, 24 MayCrowdStrike
LSKD Regional Manager (QLD/WA) » Brisbane, QLD - Our Regional Manager is a newly created role reporting directly to the Chief of Retail and leading our team of Head Coaches (Store... network of store teams across QLD and WA. Our regional manager will be the driver of key strategic results and ensuring... • Fri, 24 MayLSKD
Regional Sales Manager, SA, NT & WA (Maternity Cover) » Adelaide, SA - The Regional Sales Manager will be responsible for driving sales instore across SA, NT and WA. They will inspire... Pandora is a market leader in service and operational standards Improve regional stock loss and accuracy Manage payroll in... • Thu, 23 MayPandora
Anytime Fitness - Regional Manager (VIC/SA/TAS) » Melbourne, Melbourne Region - Join Australia's leader in fitness franchising and support us in our aim to make Australia healthier Certified Great Place To Work For company Support the growth and profitability of fitness franchise businesses Join the phenomenon that is the largest fitness brand in Australia Anytime Fitness is on a mission to be Australia’s most welcoming gym network. We have taken the Australian franchise sector by storm over the last 16 years and now boasts a portfolio of over 550 gyms and more than 670,000 members nationally, making it the largest gym network in the country. Anytime Fitness forms part of the Collective Wellness Group, the leader in fitness franchising in Australia. Our team is dynamic, fast paced and they help to make Australia healthier in their roles every day The role: Reporting to the General Manager, Anytime Fitness, the purpose of this role is to provide effective operational management and business support of all clubs in the region (VIC, SA, TAS) in delivering high quality member experience. The position will also play a key role in growing business performance, franchise engagement and satisfaction. Day to day will include: Ensuring compliance with relevant contractual and reporting obligations as required by franchisee and franchisor Through key stakeholder management, foster strong relationships with Franchisees Develop and implement region specific Operational Plans Analyse trends and respond to business information both regional wide and club specific for operational improvements Deliver quality training and development to the network Conduct regular face to face club visits and audits to ensure compliance and operational excellence Lead the overall growth strategy for the region Lead a specialist performance unit to provide additional support beyond general business coaching and drive a collaborative continuous improvement culture that benefits the network Strong delivery of budgeting and financial reporting Skills & who you are: Together with a minimum of 3 years multi-site leadership experience you will have: Solid leadership and emotional intelligence skills, with demonstrated ability to engage others, influence organisational culture and provide direction Ability to identify opportunities for change and lead continuous improvement initiatives. Ability to analyse data and trends to formulate business insights Highly developed communication skills, both written and verbal, including an ability to prepare high level reports to Executives and external parties Lead and motivate a high performing team across multiple site and regions Proven ability to train, develop and motivate others Strong negotiation and conflict management skills Key stakeholder management skills Proven success in business coaching and customer service management Highly motivated with a strong result focus A collaborative approach and enjoy communicating with a wide range of people Franchising experience is advantageous Fitness Industry Management experience is highly regarded A motivated self-starter with the ability to work and communicate effectively from a remote location from the office and team. The Perks: We practice what we preach You will be supported every day to live an active and healthy lifestyle, in a fun and passionate working environment. Further to this, our team receive; Hybrid and Flexible style of working Free gym memberships to the Collective Wellness Group brands A day of birthday leave, wellness day of leave and $250 wellness voucher each year Holistic Wellness Calendar of events and resources based on our 6 pillars of wellness Access to free, professional, and confidential counseling via our Employee Assistance Program (EAP) Access to our LMS system for ongoing learning and development opportunities And more Why work with us: We are proud to be a certified Great Place To Work For company with a high-trust, positive workplace culture. We are devoted to nurturing successful, accomplished people across our team. If you have the drive and ambition to succeed, share our passion for health & wellness, and are excited by the opportunity to be part of an outcome-focused and welcoming team, we want to hear from you. We thank you in advance for your interest in this position, however, only shortlisted candidates will be contacted for an interview. The successful applicant will be required to undergo a thorough background check, including a police check and a working with children check. STRICTLY NO RECRUITMENT AGENCIES PLEASE LI-Hybrid • Thu, 23 MayAnytime Fitness - Club Roles
Regional Asset and Project Manager - Facilities » Darwin, NT - Innovate to solve the world's most important challenges THE FUTURE IS WHAT WE MAKE IT. Regional Asset and Project... Manager - Facilities Darwin, NT Start your career by making an impact and real connections with some of the... • Thu, 23 MayHoneywell
Regional Operations Manager » Perth, WA - Newman, WA - distance supply chain solutions throughout the region. We are seeking a Regional Operations Manager to lead our Newman... to the State Transport Manager, you will be well positioned to assume responsibility for safety, operational, financial... • Wed, 22 MayLinfox
Regional Manager Workforce Australia - Southern Adelaide » Adelaide, SA - Are you looking for a role where you can make a difference? As a Regional Manager, you will be responsible... • Wed, 22 MaySYC
Regional Manager Workforce Australia - Southern Adelaide » Adelaide, Adelaide Region - Are you looking for a role where you can make a difference? As a Regional Manager, you will be responsible for overseeing all operations and business development activities within the Southern Adelaide region. You will lead and drive a culture of positive performance, foster relationships with key stakeholders, and ensure the delivery of high-quality services and ensure that the requirements of the Workforce Australia Employment Services contract are met. Day -to-day activities will include: Developing and implementing strategic plans to achieve business objectives and growth targets. Managing and motivating employees and team (s) providing coaching, guidance, and support. Establishing and maintaining partnerships with industry, government, and other relevant stakeholders. Monitoring and analysing key performance metrics to assess progress and identify areas for improvement. Proactively identifying and developing business opportunities within the region in collaboration with the Leadership Team, Business Development and through cross-portfolio engagement to establish new growth opportunities. Promoting opportunities for cross organisation collaboration, enhancing service delivery to best meet the needs of participants, and supporting the growth and overall advantage of SYC. About You As someone who enjoys creating a positive working environment you will be able to apply your leadership skills, with the ability to plan, organise and establish a course of action for self and others to accomplish specific goals and achieve quality outcomes. You will be passionate about developing relationship with key internal and external stakeholders including management at all levels. The successful candidate will demonstrate: Previous experience successfully managing and leading a result driven team in a contract compliance environment. The ability to manage change and innovation in service provision and drive continual improvement across your team/s. Working knowledge and understanding of Government employment services practices Workplace Health and Safety legislation. Excellent communication and interpersonal skills. The ability to manage resources often remotely, ensuring their availability and effective utilisation to meet client needs and to achieve set targets. For this role you will need to: Be willing to complete a Working with Children Check, National Police Check and Bankruptcy Check. Have possession of a current valid Driver’s License, willingness to drive, and your own registered vehicle with a 4–5-star ANCAP safety rating. Be eligible to work in Australia Why join Team SYC? Increase your pay with Salary Packaging options. Flexible working arrangements Career development opportunities Enjoy an additional day off to celebrate your Birthday Wellbeing leave Access an additional one week of paid leave each year, through SYC loyalty leave Stay healthy with discounted Corporate Private Health Cover Access our free and confidential Employee Assistance Program Discounted gym membership for all employees Retail and Entertainment discount vouchers Enjoy special benefits with Beaurepaires Qualifying periods and terms apply. About us SYC exists so everyone can succeed. ‍We invest back into the community, helping tens of thousands of people every year to create a life without disadvantage, to build sustainable independence and to experience wellbeing in all areas of their lives. A non-profit human services organisation, SYC was founded in 1958 to support young people experiencing disadvantage in Adelaide. We now operate nationally, supporting more than 57,000 people annually with housing, education, employment, justice, health and disability services. We are proud to work with people who are passionate and professional, who encourage and value diversity, who are courageous, creative and, most importantly, believe in people’s potential. Our vision of wellbeing, independence, and opportunity for everyone encompasses the people we work with, as well as the people who work for SYC. If you match the criteria above, we want to hear from you To apply please complete the application process by clicking the Apply Now button. We’re proud to be a Circle Back Initiative Employer and we commit to respond to every applicant. Please complete the requested work history and screening questions on the application page (you are encouraged to detail any (and all) certificates or licence(s) information under the education section) and attach your resume. SYC is an Equal Opportunity Employer and is proud of our diverse workforce. We encourage Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, and people with disability to apply. If you require assistance completing your application, please contact our recruitment team who will be happy to support you via careerssyc.net.au. • Wed, 22 MaySYC
Regional Manager - North and Far North QLD » North Ward, Townsville - About Us: Relationships Australia Queensland (RAQ) is a leading provider of relationship and family support services. We believe healthy relationships are essential for the well-being of children, families and communities. We are committed to offering the best possible counselling, mediation, education and support services, and are committed to social justice and inclusion. Find out more about our values, benefits and employee experience by watching this video About the Role We're accepting applications for the full time (75 hours per fortnight) Regional Manager located in the North & Far North Queensland region . This role will be responsible for our Townsville and Far North Queensland (Cairns) venues. This is a fixed term role until 30 September 2026 due to internal secondment. Managing a team of leaders, the position is ultimately accountable for the smooth operational management of these venues in delivering high quality client services and programs. You’ll use data to inform and inspire your team to achieve all Operational Key Performance Indicators (KPI’s) to deliver high quality and compliant client services (particularly in relation to relevant contractual and reporting obligations). The role works with all levels of management to implement, monitor, and review organisational strategy and has a shared responsibility for inter-departmental collaboration. Some other major responsibilities of these positions also include: Lead the delivery of services that are responsive to the regional community profile, including community needs and the local service sector profile. Monitor and review annual regional & portfolio budgets and maintain oversight of property and assets. Prepare accurate and timely reports on key performance and productivity trends within the region. Actively promote a culture of cohesive and responsive service provision to clients through effective leadership. The salary for our Regional Manager positions are subject to a market value evaluation and therefore salary will be discussed with the successful applicant. About You To be successful in this role, you’ll possess an undergraduate level qualification in Business, Behavioural / Social Sciences or Law. Possession of a postgraduate level qualification in a relevant discipline will be highly regarded. The ideal applicant will also possess: Significant experience at a leadership level managing multi-disciplinary services across geographically diverse locations. Significant experience in stakeholder management, engagement, and strategy development. Significant experience in implementing, managing, and reporting on budgets successfully. Knowledge of current theory and practice relating to the provision of community services. How to Apply To apply, send us your resume and a cover letter, outlining your demonstrated experience in each area. Applications can be submitted by clicking the Apply Now We'll be screening applications as they're received. If you're interested, we encourage you to submit your application as soon as possible. For further information on the role and requirements, please see the attached position description. Applications close at 4pm on 14 June 2024 To apply online, please click on the appropriate link below. • Wed, 22 MayRelationships Australia QLD
Regional Manager - Aged Care/Disability (Relocation Opportunity) » Sydney, Sydney Region - Lead the delivery of outstanding person-centred services to support elderly individuals live well at home. Be part of national leading organisation. Are you ready for a career move that offers more than just a job? Relocating to the Northern Territory is an invitation to experience a lifestyle rich with adventure, culture, and natural beauty. Here, you’ll find: Spectacular Landscapes : From the awe-inspiring Uluru to the lush Kakadu National Park, the Northern Territory boasts some of Australia’s most iconic natural wonders. Vibrant Culture : Immerse yourself in the rich Indigenous heritage, vibrant arts scene, and welcoming community spirit that defines the region. Adventure and Outdoor Activities : Enjoy a plethora of outdoor activities such as hiking, fishing, and exploring the outback, all while basking in the region’s year-round warm climate. Growing Economy : With a booming job market and a supportive business environment, the Northern Territory offers fantastic career growth opportunities. Work-Life Balance : Benefit from a relaxed lifestyle where you can enjoy a balance between professional achievements and personal well-being. Join our client in the Northern Territory and not only advance your career but also embrace a fulfilling and enriching way of life. Our client is a Fully-Managed Home Care Package Provider based in Alice Springs. They are part of the MyHomeCare Group Australia. Reporting directly to the General Manager, you will be responsible for leading the Northern Territory region. This is a critical role where you will balance strategy with operational excellence and You enjoy developing solutions that balance innovation, care and compliance. Your expertise and insights will directly lead to outstanding safeguards and outcomes for clients. People & leadership Deliver and support local teams and empowering a team of frontline specialists to deliver high-quality Aged Care support services. Grow, attract, develop, and retain talent, setting clear goals and driving performance to key results. Lead by example and foster a positive and inclusive work culture that promotes teamwork, professionalism, and continuous improvement. Clinical governance Support clients and their carers /families focused on elevated levels of communication and case management associated with clients’ personalised needs. Work with the leadership team to create clinical pathways and escalations processes to ensure there are effective safeguards for clients. Ensure the effective management and implementation of compliance-related activities to ensure ongoing compliance and accreditation. Business & Operations Build and maintain effective working relationships through participating in interagency meetings, policy reviews, consultation forums, working parties and reference groups with key internal and external stakeholders. Collaborate with the management team in the development of performance goals and long-term operational plans. Proactively identify and pursue opportunities for outreach and growth in your region. Skills and experience Key to the success in this role is the demonstrated ability in the below skills and experience: Relevant qualifications (AHPRA registration highly desirable). Understanding of clinical support and exposure to case management in Aged care or Disability. Sound knowledge of Home Care Packages (HCP) and Commonwealth Home Support Program (CHSP). Strong organisational, communication, and leadership skills, demonstrated by previous professional success. Current First Aid Certificate and CPR Certificate. For more information on this role or a confidential discussion please call get in touch with Claire-Ann on 0452 578 262 or claire-annberecruitment.com.au • Wed, 22 MayBe Recruitment
Project Manager- Plumbing (Regional NSW) » New South Wales - that invests in your career and values career progression. Job Title: Project Manager- Plumbing (Regional NSW) Salary: $130K.... About the role: A leading plumbing company in regional NSW is currently seeking a seasoned Plumbing Project Manager... • Tue, 21 MayMarble Group$130000 per year
Regional HSE Manager - VIC, SA, TAS (Manufacturing/High Risk) » Australia - & Environment program for a multi-site, regional portfolio. You will engage with senior leadership and frontline teams in high-risk... of a regional network of high-performing professionals. Take the next step in your career towards senior leadership roles... • Tue, 21 MayZenergy
Expression of Interest - Regional Manager to Electrical Engineers - Brisbane » Brisbane, Brisbane Region - Join us on this exciting journey as we embark on our next business endeavor in Queensland. About Us: We are representing a number of highly reputable and established businesses within the Heavy Industry, who have a strong presence in Australia and are expanding their operations in the vibrant city of Brisbane. As part of the growth strategy, we are seeking dynamic and experienced professionals to join their team at all levels. This role requires someone with an Electrical Engineering background within the Heavy Industry. Positions Available: Regional Manager: Successful execution of engineering projects within their region by managing operations, leading teams, ensuring compliance, and maintaining customer satisfaction. Allocating resources such as personnel, equipment, and budget to various projects. Maintaining strong relationships with clients and stakeholders, ensuring their requirements are met. Team Leadership and Development Leading engineering teams, fostering a collaborative work environment, and motivating staff to achieve their best Principal Electrical Engineer: Oversee electrical engineering projects within the resource sector, ensuring adherence to industry standards and safety regulations. Collaborate with other departments and stakeholders to identify and address electrical engineering challenges, optimise operations, and maximise resources. Lead a team of electrical engineers, providing guidance, support, and technical expertise to achieve project goals and timelines. Senior Electrical Engineer Design and oversee the implementation of electrical systems and equipment for resource sector projects, ensuring compliance with industry standards, codes, and regulations. Conduct feasibility studies, cost estimates, and risk assessments for electrical engineering projects in the resource sector, providing recommendations Provide technical expertise and support to project teams and troubleshoot electrical issues Electrical Engineer Provide expert advice on electrical engineering solutions tailored to client needs and project requirements. Conducting thorough assessments and feasibility studies for electrical systems and projects within the consultancy's scope. Design, installation, and commissioning of electrical systems, ensuring compliance with industry standards and client specifications. Requirements: Proven experience in within the Heavy Industry Experience managing teams and leading an office (Regional Manager) Good understanding of Feasibility studies, concept designs and estimating Australian and International Standards Excellent interpersonal and communication skills. Medium to low voltage experience What We Offer: An opportunity to contribute to the success of a well-established brand. Competitive compensation packages and performance-based incentives. A collaborative and dynamic work environment with room for professional growth. Direct access to Leaders Clear pathway for professional development If you're seeking an opportunity in an engaging and dynamic environment, we encourage you to apply. Come be a part of our exciting journey as we venture into our next business venture in Queensland. • Tue, 21 MayPeopleConnexion Recruitment Pty Ltd
SEB Group Anytime Fitness- Regional Manager Victoria » St Kilda, Port Phillip - Position Overview: We are seeking a highly motivated and experienced Regional Manager to oversee the operations of multiple Anytime Fitness gyms across Victoria, Australia. The Regional Manager will be responsible for driving business growth, ensuring operational excellence, and fostering a positive and productive workplace culture within their team. Key Responsibilities: Business Development: Develop and implement strategies to drive membership growth, revenue generation, and profitability across all gyms in the region. Operations Management: Oversee day-to-day operations, including staffing, facility maintenance, equipment upkeep, and cleanliness standards to ensure a positive member experience. Staff Leadership: Recruit, train, and mentor gym managers and staff to deliver outstanding service and achieve performance targets. Financial Management: Manage budgets, analyze financial reports, and implement cost-effective measures to optimize financial performance and achieve revenue goals. Compliance and Safety: Ensure all gyms comply with regulatory requirements and safety standards, implementing policies and procedures to mitigate risks and ensure the well-being of members and staff. Performance Evaluation: Monitor Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) and metrics to assess the performance of each gym and identify areas for improvement. Benefits: Comprehensive training and development opportunities 2 X Health and Wellness Days per Year Free anytime Fitness Gym Membership About US As one of the largest franchisee groups with 14 clubs spanning across NSW and VIC (and counting), we work collaboratively as an organisation to encourage goal setting and excellence in both our personal and professional lives. We maintain a culture of integrity, inspiring our people to live longer, healthier and more fulfilling lives. This is a great opportunity for the right candidate to be absorbed in a culture of empowerment and growth. Have we sparked your interest? We want to hear from you. • Mon, 20 MayAnytime Fitness - Club Roles
Regional Manager » Cannon Hill, Brisbane - Regional Manager Full Time Regional Manager QLD Based Oversee multiple sites - areas extend from Townsville, Brisbane,Sydney Career development and support LEAP is a Defence project for the supply and operation of living-in accommodation for single members of the Australian Defence Force. Our team provides essential facility management services across these sites. In conjunction with LEAP, Delta FM has the expertise, experience and support to provide exceptional facilities management services. Our end-to-end facilities management and project management services ensure that infrastructure is put in place smoothly and efficiently. The Position: Oversee LEAP sites within allocated region Supporting Facilities Managers within the region Developing and maintaining effective business relationships with clients and customers Providing leadership to your team to achieve business objectives including fostering a culture where safety is a core value Managing the delivery of the Emergency, Environmental and Work Health and Safety requirements of the Regions Accommodation facilities and its licenced areas. Providing high level support to sites in managing staff and sub-contractors to ensure the operational delivery requirements of services including Accommodation Management, Building Maintenance, and Cleaning are met within budget and quality parameters Reviewing Policy and Procedures as they pertain to the management of the site Providing weekly and monthly reports on a strict timeline Deliver training to sites within the Region Backfill sites as required for leave and vacancies Complete regular site audits with a focus on compliance and quality Adhere to Defence policy and procedures The Person Proven operational experience in Site Management (including soft and/or hard Facilities Management and/or Accommodation Management) A hands on and proactive approach to the management of the facility and its licenced area. Proven leadership and people management experience. Demonstrated ability to follow processes and procedures to achieve contract compliance Well developed interpersonal skills including report writing competencies, computer literacy and the ability to maintain high customer service standards and foster a positive team environment The availability to work on call, travel locally, regionally and interstate where required Knowledge and experience of Public Private Partnerships (PPP), hotel chain style operational management, property management or Defence Garrison Support Services would be highly advantageous. Hold full Australian Citizenship due to the secure nature of the sites Hold a valid Australian drivers licence and reliable transportation Able to obtain a government clearance The Benefits 12 weeks of paid parental leave for primary carers Access to a wide variety of training and development Clear career paths and support to achieve your goals Personal and site based recognition programs Immediate access to 100 retail discounts accessible from your mobile Multiple salary packaging options to help your dollar go further careerscompass-group.com.au and 1300TALENT blockslinked-imageclick keydown.enter->blockslinked-imageclick" tabindex"0"> Start your application: • Sun, 19 MayCompass Group
Regional Manager » Liverpool, Liverpool Area - Regional Manager Full Time Regional Manager QLD Based Oversee multiple sites - areas extend from Townsville, Brisbane,Sydney Career development and support LEAP is a Defence project for the supply and operation of living-in accommodation for single members of the Australian Defence Force. Our team provides essential facility management services across these sites. In conjunction with LEAP, Delta FM has the expertise, experience and support to provide exceptional facilities management services. Our end-to-end facilities management and project management services ensure that infrastructure is put in place smoothly and efficiently. The Position: Oversee LEAP sites within allocated region Supporting Facilities Managers within the region Developing and maintaining effective business relationships with clients and customers Providing leadership to your team to achieve business objectives including fostering a culture where safety is a core value Managing the delivery of the Emergency, Environmental and Work Health and Safety requirements of the Regions Accommodation facilities and its licenced areas. Providing high level support to sites in managing staff and sub-contractors to ensure the operational delivery requirements of services including Accommodation Management, Building Maintenance, and Cleaning are met within budget and quality parameters Reviewing Policy and Procedures as they pertain to the management of the site Providing weekly and monthly reports on a strict timeline Deliver training to sites within the Region Backfill sites as required for leave and vacancies Complete regular site audits with a focus on compliance and quality Adhere to Defence policy and procedures The Person Proven operational experience in Site Management (including soft and/or hard Facilities Management and/or Accommodation Management) A hands on and proactive approach to the management of the facility and its licenced area. Proven leadership and people management experience. Demonstrated ability to follow processes and procedures to achieve contract compliance Well developed interpersonal skills including report writing competencies, computer literacy and the ability to maintain high customer service standards and foster a positive team environment The availability to work on call, travel locally, regionally and interstate where required Knowledge and experience of Public Private Partnerships (PPP), hotel chain style operational management, property management or Defence Garrison Support Services would be highly advantageous. Hold full Australian Citizenship due to the secure nature of the sites Hold a valid Australian drivers licence and reliable transportation Able to obtain a government clearance The Benefits 12 weeks of paid parental leave for primary carers Access to a wide variety of training and development Clear career paths and support to achieve your goals Personal and site based recognition programs Immediate access to 100 retail discounts accessible from your mobile Multiple salary packaging options to help your dollar go further careerscompass-group.com.au and 1300TALENT blockslinked-imageclick keydown.enter->blockslinked-imageclick" tabindex"0"> Start your application: • Sun, 19 MayCompass Group
Regional Manager » Townsville Region, Queensland - Regional Manager Full Time Regional Manager QLD Based Oversee multiple sites - areas extend from Townsville, Brisbane,Sydney Career development and support LEAP is a Defence project for the supply and operation of living-in accommodation for single members of the Australian Defence Force. Our team provides essential facility management services across these sites. In conjunction with LEAP, Delta FM has the expertise, experience and support to provide exceptional facilities management services. Our end-to-end facilities management and project management services ensure that infrastructure is put in place smoothly and efficiently. The Position: Oversee LEAP sites within allocated region Supporting Facilities Managers within the region Developing and maintaining effective business relationships with clients and customers Providing leadership to your team to achieve business objectives including fostering a culture where safety is a core value Managing the delivery of the Emergency, Environmental and Work Health and Safety requirements of the Regions Accommodation facilities and its licenced areas. Providing high level support to sites in managing staff and sub-contractors to ensure the operational delivery requirements of services including Accommodation Management, Building Maintenance, and Cleaning are met within budget and quality parameters Reviewing Policy and Procedures as they pertain to the management of the site Providing weekly and monthly reports on a strict timeline Deliver training to sites within the Region Backfill sites as required for leave and vacancies Complete regular site audits with a focus on compliance and quality Adhere to Defence policy and procedures The Person Proven operational experience in Site Management (including soft and/or hard Facilities Management and/or Accommodation Management) A hands on and proactive approach to the management of the facility and its licenced area. Proven leadership and people management experience. Demonstrated ability to follow processes and procedures to achieve contract compliance Well developed interpersonal skills including report writing competencies, computer literacy and the ability to maintain high customer service standards and foster a positive team environment The availability to work on call, travel locally, regionally and interstate where required Knowledge and experience of Public Private Partnerships (PPP), hotel chain style operational management, property management or Defence Garrison Support Services would be highly advantageous. Hold full Australian Citizenship due to the secure nature of the sites Hold a valid Australian drivers licence and reliable transportation Able to obtain a government clearance The Benefits 12 weeks of paid parental leave for primary carers Access to a wide variety of training and development Clear career paths and support to achieve your goals Personal and site based recognition programs Immediate access to 100 retail discounts accessible from your mobile Multiple salary packaging options to help your dollar go further careerscompass-group.com.au and 1300TALENT blockslinked-imageclick keydown.enter->blockslinked-imageclick" tabindex"0"> Start your application: • Sun, 19 MayCompass Group
Regional Manager » Brisbane CBD, Brisbane - Regional Manager Full Time Regional Manager QLD Based Oversee multiple sites - areas extend from Townsville, Brisbane,Sydney Career development and support LEAP is a Defence project for the supply and operation of living-in accommodation for single members of the Australian Defence Force. Our team provides essential facility management services across these sites. In conjunction with LEAP, Delta FM has the expertise, experience and support to provide exceptional facilities management services. Our end-to-end facilities management and project management services ensure that infrastructure is put in place smoothly and efficiently. The Position: Oversee LEAP sites within allocated region Supporting Facilities Managers within the region Developing and maintaining effective business relationships with clients and customers Providing leadership to your team to achieve business objectives including fostering a culture where safety is a core value Managing the delivery of the Emergency, Environmental and Work Health and Safety requirements of the Regions Accommodation facilities and its licenced areas. Providing high level support to sites in managing staff and sub-contractors to ensure the operational delivery requirements of services including Accommodation Management, Building Maintenance, and Cleaning are met within budget and quality parameters Reviewing Policy and Procedures as they pertain to the management of the site Providing weekly and monthly reports on a strict timeline Deliver training to sites within the Region Backfill sites as required for leave and vacancies Complete regular site audits with a focus on compliance and quality Adhere to Defence policy and procedures The Person Proven operational experience in Site Management (including soft and/or hard Facilities Management and/or Accommodation Management) A hands on and proactive approach to the management of the facility and its licenced area. Proven leadership and people management experience. Demonstrated ability to follow processes and procedures to achieve contract compliance Well developed interpersonal skills including report writing competencies, computer literacy and the ability to maintain high customer service standards and foster a positive team environment The availability to work on call, travel locally, regionally and interstate where required Knowledge and experience of Public Private Partnerships (PPP), hotel chain style operational management, property management or Defence Garrison Support Services would be highly advantageous. Hold full Australian Citizenship due to the secure nature of the sites Hold a valid Australian drivers licence and reliable transportation Able to obtain a government clearance The Benefits 12 weeks of paid parental leave for primary carers Access to a wide variety of training and development Clear career paths and support to achieve your goals Personal and site based recognition programs Immediate access to 100 retail discounts accessible from your mobile Multiple salary packaging options to help your dollar go further careerscompass-group.com.au and 1300TALENT blockslinked-imageclick keydown.enter->blockslinked-imageclick" tabindex"0"> Start your application: • Sun, 19 MayCompass Group
Regional Sales Manager » The Rocks, Sydney - If you're an Area Manager looking for the next step in your retail career, this role is for you Seeking a Regional Manager to join a well known brand Woods & Co have partnered with Australia's largest specialty homewares retailer with over 260 stores nationally. The stores are the only destination for all cooking, baking, entertaining, homewares and gift giving essentials. This is a pivotal role for the business, reporting to the State Manager and working closely with the Store Managers in your region, the successful candidate will be responsible for maintaining sales targets and driving overall business success. What's in it for you? $85,000 super car allowance 15 store locations across New South Wales Looking after 2 brands Generous discounts on all brands in the business Be a part of well known global business leading the marketing in kitchenware & homewares What do you do: Lead and support in-store teams across a network of up to 15 stores, fostering teamwork and excellence Drive sales projections and KPIs to exceed company profitability targets while maintaining optimal wage percentage goals Oversee stocktakes with precision to ensure accurate inventory management Develop people and enhance visual merchandising strategies to drive business profitability within your area Maintain consistent appearance standards and ensure compliance with policies and procedures across all stores Spearhead recruitment, training, and development efforts to cultivate high-performing store teams What do you need: Minimum 2-3 years managing a multi-site environment Extensive retail management experience in a multi-site retailer Excellent communication, analytical and strong leadership skills Highly motivated and results focused Strong organisational skills and the ability to work under pressure Proven experience in the successful management and development of people Developed PC skills, particularly Microsoft Word, Excel and Outlook Tertiary qualifications in a retail or business discipline is desirable, not essential If you're as passionate about this position as we are then please don't delay and APPLY NOW We are interviewing immediately Contact Maddy on 0438 014 259 or email maddywoodsco.com.au to discuss in further detail We are an equal opportunity employer and value diversity at our company. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, colour, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, age, marital status, veteran status, or disability status. You will only be contacted if you are shortlisted and meet the above requirements • Sat, 18 MayWoods & Co Recruitment
Regional Manager - Smiggle - Queensland (Central and North Brisbane) » Brisbane CBD, Brisbane - ABOUT SMIGGLE Smiggle are the ultimate creators of colourful, fun, fashion-forward stationery. Smiggle products are all about great design and innovation, bold colour, quirky graphics, great value and most of all – giving our fans the tools they need to have fun In 2007 Smiggle joined the Just Group and has not looked back since Smiggle has exploded across the globe with stores in NZ, the UK, Ireland and Malaysia ABOUT THE ROLE Region offered covers Central and Northern Brisbane Suburbs previous experience at Regional/Area Manager or above required. To succeed in this role you must be passionate and committed Delivering store operating profit budgets Leading your team of Store Managers Recruiting and developing the right people for the team Analyse data to identify trends and opportunities Monitoring and controlling store expense lines within agreed budgets Correct interpretation of our brand's values through staff and store presentation Ensuring Visual Merchandising standards are met at all stores Working with the Loss Prevention Manager to control shrinkage Managing team performance. BENEFITS An environment where great performance is recognised and rewarded Competitive annual salary 50% staff discounts across all our brands Annual incentive programs Car allowance of $14,700 mobile phone and laptop Coaching, training and development plans to set you up for a rewarding career Work for a company where 80% of our State Leadership positions are filled internally Amazing career opportunities across 7 brands and 1,000 retail outlets The chance to attend and participate in Regional Manager conferences and monthly State team sessions To be considered successful you will have a proven record in Multi Site or Regional Retail operations in a similar role. Outstanding leadership, communication and planning skills in addition to business acumen will enable you to work in a fast and dynamic business is paramount. ABOUT THE JUST GROUP The Just Group comprises of a portfolio of 7 highly visible and well-known brands, each of which operates within its own segment and has its own clearly defined customer. Just Jeans opened its first store in Chapel Street, Prahran (Melbourne) in December 1970. The business has grown dramatically since that time, through the acquisition and growth of brands across Australia, New Zealand, Singapore and in 2014 the United Kingdom. In 2004 we changed our name to The Just Group to reflect our expanded portfolio of brands. Today we have 7 brands; Just Jeans, Jacqui E, Jay Jays, Portmans, Peter Alexander, Dotti, and Smiggle. We operate over 1,000 retail outlets across Australia, New Zealand, Singapore & the UK and employ more than 6,000 people. Our goal is to become an envied spectacular employer. We already have some pretty amazing people working for us, which makes our challenge both easier and more necessary. Outstanding leadership has developed and nurtured a culture that supports this success. COMPANY CULTURE We attract, retain and motivate high calibre employees. Our outstanding leadership team have developed and nurtured a culture that supports our success. We value speed, integrity, energy, and results. We have a 'can do' culture where employees see the difference they make. This is your opportunity to work for an employer of choice, in a challenging role and dynamic and fun environment where you'll be able to make a real difference HOW TO APPLY This is a once in a lifetime opportunity for a driven individual to take the next step in their career with The Just Group – where we acknowledge the importance of respecting our employee's. Click the 'Apply for this job' button today Please note, you will be taken to the Just Group website to complete our application form. You will be asked to enter in your email before proceeding however you may be able to populate the majority of fields that follow or save your application for later without completing all required fields and can therefore apply on a mobile device. • Fri, 17 MayThe Just Group
Regional Manager - Workplace Rehabilitation and Health » Melbourne, Melbourne Region - The ORS Workplace Rehabilitation division is expanding and we are seeking a Regional Manager to manage both our Same Employer & New Employer teams in Victoria. ORS currently has 60 Allied Health practitioners in Melbourne (within NDIS) with offices located in Coburg, Mount Waverley & Pakenham. You will join a national Workplace Rehabilitation team of 50 consultants in NSW, ACT & WA providing clinical services & evidence based case management for injured workers so they can get back to living their best lives. You will work across national and state based customers. Your responsibilities as a Regional Manager will include: Working with existing customers and acquisition of new customers to grow market share in VIC Assist in recruitment of the team Playing a key role in the senior leadership team within the ORS Workplace Rehabilitation & Health division Delivering training, induction and supervision as required Completing quality assurance report reviews and feedback Attending appointments with consultants, to provide support and training Completing high-quality clinical services and assessments as required in complex cases Developing exceptionally well-written reports and management plans that incorporate useful and cutting edge strategies and interventions Assist in direct case management whilst the team is growing Work Life Balance The ORS executive team really believes in the benefits of a healthy work life balance. Many of us have families and lead busy lives outside of work so we know how important it is for our staff to maintain a balanced lifestyle. For this reason we: Provide the resources for our staff to be able to work from home Aim to allocate clients close to your home Give you ownership of your own calendar so you can book appointments to suit your schedule Provide suburban office locations with free onsite & local parking Give you the ability to work part time or reduced hours Learning and Development At ORS we truly value the clinical and professional development of our staff. That is why we have a team of Learning and Development Managers on staff who all possess 20 years clinical Occupational Therapy experience, extensive background in university lecturing, and impressive qualifications. You will be able to connect with these experts in one on one and group training sessions, plus have the ability to pick up the phone at any time to ask their advice. A few requirements: Tertiary qualifications in Occupational Therapy, Physiotherapy, Exercise Physiology, Psychology or Rehabilitation Counselling Current registration with your relevant industry body Management or leadership experience in an Occupational Rehabilitation or Workers Compensation setting A car and drivers licence A National Police Clearance and Working With Children/Working with Vulnerable People Check (or willingness to obtain one before commencement) A bit about us: We are one of the largest and fastest growing family owned and operated national allied health and workplace rehabilitation providers in Australia, with a proven track record and reputation for providing high quality evidence-based, and client-centred services for over 30 years Due to our incredible culture, passion for excellence, stability, and gratitude for being able to see the potential and recognise the strengths of every individual it’s easy to see why our workforce has grown 1200% in 4 years and why we are the allied health services provider of choice For further information on ORS Group, we encourage you to visit our website to read more about our extensive services, our detailed employee profiles, video library & company values. If this sounds like the job for you, don’t miss this opportunity and apply now If you do not have an updated CV, you can contact Chris Galvin on 0477 010 235 for a confidential discussion, email at Chris.Galvinorsgroup.com.au or add Chris on Linkedin - https://www.linkedin.com/in/chris-galvin-3113b770/ The ORS Group is a multicultural, diverse, supportive and flexible employer, specifically encouraging applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Australians, people from culturally diverse backgrounds, working parents, LGBQT and people with disabilities. Video • Thu, 16 MayORS
Regional Manager - rebel Queensland » Brisbane, Brisbane Region - Regional Manager rebel - Brisbane/GoldCoast (QLD) At rebel, our team believes in the transformative power of sport, for body and mind. We embrace change and push ourselves to improve every day. Our 6000 staff across 160 stores are a diverse, dedicated team all working towards making the world a better place through staying active. We currently have an opportunity for a Regional Manager in Brisbane/Gold Coast. This position reports to the Qld State Retail Manager and is accountable for leading and driving teams to deliver exceptional customer experiences across our retail stores. The current roster for this role is Monday – Friday with a region of 13 stores. As a successful Regional Manager, you will be responsible for providing inspirational leadership to build and maintain an engaged and high performing team of Store Managers, Customer Service Managers, Inventory Managers and Team Members who are passionate about creating a superior customer experience. You will be responsible for driving the local execution of the rebel strategy, achieving business goals, demonstrating initiative and creating an environment where innovation and entrepreneurial thinking is encouraged. To be successful in this role you will need: Proven performance in leading a high performing and highly engaged team Demonstrated knowledge and experience successfully managing a P&L and balance sheet, including undertaking sales, budgets and business reporting for regions in a timely manner Experience leading commercially and driving an outstanding customer experience in diverse store environments Ability to analyse range, product mix, pricing, margin, stock turn, competition, demographics, customer needs and product placement and make recommendations where required Proven results to maximise business opportunities and ensure alignment of sales activities with marketing strategies and plans Experience managing store operating plans, service standards budgets, profits and controllable expenses in accordance with Group and region objectives Experience with store rostering The Rewards Flexibility and work/life balance – talk to us about our flexible working arrangements The opportunity to work for one of Australasia's Top 10 ASX listed retailers Access to our corporate perks program offering great deals on accommodation, flights, gyms, insurances and much more Generous discounts across all of our retail brands including rebel, BCF, Macpac and Supercheap Auto Apply today to join Australia's biggest sporting team With over 670 stores and annualised turnover of more than $2.5 billion, Super Retail Group is one of Australasia’s largest leading retailers, with iconic brands including BCF Boating Camping Fishing, Macpac, rebel and Supercheap Auto. The talent of our teams and their passion for providing an experience which inspires and enhances our customers’ leisure time, drives our culture of innovation and opportunity. As an Equal Opportunity Employer, the Super Retail Group strives to create an inclusive environment for all employees. We welcome applicants from diverse backgrounds to apply to any of our vacant positions. Closing date subject to change Video • Mon, 13 MayRebel
Regional Manager Repco - Gippsland & Metro Melbourne » Rowville, Knox Area - Gippsland and Metro MelbourneStaff discounts, Car, TOT, IncentivesStable, growing business About the role Join Repco's Victorian management team as our newest Regional Manager to lead our stores in the Gippsland and Metro Melbourne area. The role will see you leading and coaching your team, growing margin and profit, and executing operational requirements to deliver excellence across the store network. With strong multi-site experience, you will demonstrate a high level of motivation, excellent communication skills, and engage the area's workforce to deliver results. Your team and peers will consider you to be an engaging leader that leads by example, promoting a strong team culture. With overall business objectives in mind, it is important that you are present in stores to actively coach and develop your team to enable further success across the store network. Your main focus and challenges will be: Create a safe work environment Continuous improvement focus Develop a safety culture while reducing workplace injuries and LTIs Grow area revenue and market share in a profitable manner Maximise productivity by optimising labour and cost control Maximise effectiveness of operational systems and process Provide leadership and support to Store Managers to deliver an outstanding customer experiences Maximise employee satisfaction and engagement Develop key talent and celebrate successes within the team Maintain a regular store visit program that provides direct contact, business review and professional development Some of the reasons we love working at GPC Part of a global organisation Flexible working arrangements Successful, stable, growing business Support iconic and emerging Australian brands: Repco, NAPA, AMX, Sparesbox and more Attractive product discounts across all GPC AP businesses Strong rewards & recognition programs Access to GPC's exciting employee platform MOVE, unlocking amazing discounts at top retailers, business announcements, e-cards and our employee recognition program, plus so much more A supportive team environment, where we work with supremely talented people Employee Assistance Program for team members and their families Career development prospects Strong values-based foundations Innovation and forward moving are a reality About Us With 100 years operational experience, and over 6000 employees GPC Asia Pacific is the largest automotive aftermarket parts supplier in Australia and New Zealand, supported by Genuine Parts Company in North America. GPC Asia Pacific is the parent company to brands such as Repco, NAPA, McLeod Accessories and AMX, amongst others. Repco is Australia and New Zealand's leader in automotive aftermarket parts and has the most widely recognised brand in the market. To find out more visit www.gpcasiapac.com or www.repco.com.au Type: Permanent Full-Time Category: Operations Management Reference ID: AU2217MS004035 Date Posted: 10/05/2024 • Mon, 13 MayGenuine Parts Company Asia Pacific
Regional Manager Repco - Gippsland & Metro Melbourne » Australia - About the role Join Repco's Victorian management team as our newest Regional Manager to lead our stores in the Gippsland and Metro Melbourne area. The role will see you leading and coaching your team, growing margin and profit, and executing operational requirements to deliver excellence across the store network. With strong multi-site experience, you will demonstrate a high level of motivation, excellent communication skills, and engage the area's workforce to deliver results. Your team and peers will consider you to be an engaging leader that leads by example, promoting a strong team culture. With overall business objectives in mind, it is important that you are present in stores to actively coach and develop your team to enable further success across the store network. Your main focus and challenges will be: Create a safe work environment Continuous improvement focus Develop a safety culture while reducing workplace injuries and LTIs Grow area revenue and market share in a profitable manner Maximise productivity by optimising labour and cost control Maximise effectiveness of operational systems and process Provide leadership and support to Store Managers to deliver an outstanding customer experiences Maximise employee satisfaction and engagement Develop key talent and celebrate successes within the team Maintain a regular store visit program that provides direct contact, business review and professional development Some of the reasons we love working at GPC Part of a global organisation Flexible working arrangements Successful, stable, growing business Support iconic and emerging Australian brands: Repco, NAPA, AMX, Sparesbox and more Attractive product discounts across all GPC AP businesses Strong rewards & recognition programs Access to GPC's exciting employee platform MOVE, unlocking amazing discounts at top retailers, business announcements, e-cards and our employee recognition program, plus so much more A supportive team environment, where we work with supremely talented people Employee Assistance Program for team members and their families Career development prospects Strong values-based foundations Innovation and forward moving are a reality About Us With 100 years operational experience, and over 6000 employees GPC Asia Pacific is the largest automotive aftermarket parts supplier in Australia and New Zealand, supported by Genuine Parts Company in North America. GPC Asia Pacific is the parent company to brands such as Repco , NAPA, McLeod Accessories and AMX, amongst others. Repco is Australia and New Zealand's leader in automotive aftermarket parts and has the most widely recognised brand in the market. To find out more visit www.gpcasiapac.com or www.repco.com.au • Sat, 11 May
Regional Development Manager » Liverpool, Liverpool Area - Regional Development Manager Purpose of the Job The Regional Development Manager is the focal contact point for Coptic Orphans' stakeholders. S/he will focus on planning and implementing the organization's fundraising and donor cultivation plans via driving sustainable revenue growth in their designated region . S/he will utilize the organization's CRM resources to monitor the organization's donation data and the donors' giving patterns for further cultivation and engagement. By managing various major events, and fundraising campaigns, as well as utilizing the organizations' communications platform and tools, s/he will cultivate long-term relationships with existing donors and search for new leads and potential donors within Australia. S/he will communicate a passion for the work of Coptic Orphans to stakeholders at speaking engagements, outreach events, and in other public settings. S/he will network with donors to advance the work of Coptic Orphans and promote the success of special projects. This position reports to the Country Director Director. Essential Functions and Responsibilities Achieve annual fundraising goals and long-range development targets for the region through: Assisting the leadership team in planning major fundraising campaigns throughout the year. Cultivating and networking with existing and potential donors. Promoting sponsorships to achieve the region's goals through house gatherings, galas, coffee meetings, in-office outreach, and other relevant engagement channels. Assisting the event planning team to plan major fundraising events such as galas and dinners and inviting local donors and potential leads to attend these events. Developing new and creative fundraising ideas for major gifts to reach out to major donors. Promoting Coptic Orphans' Diaspora programs, such as The 21 and the Serve to Learn trips through church and university presentations. Promoting Coptic Orphans' giving programs such as matching gifts, legacy giving, and corporate funding to the relevant audience and donor groups. Attending workshops and related events to promote the organization's work. Communicate and report on progress; compile periodical and ad hoc technical and financial reports outlining progress made towards the achievement of targeted results, challenges faced, lessons learned, and recommendations for internal and external stakeholders. Coordinate with the Church Affairs team to cultivate relationships with clergy and the Church leadership. Manage, lead, inspire, and advise their Donor Relations Teams; assessing their needs and challenges as well as their strength to maximize their commitment and engagement in achieving project results and meeting challenges. Oversee the Donor Relations completion of their daily tasks as it relates to Salesforce maintenance and the implementation of the outreach plan. Participates and leads performance conversations with employees, including regular one-on-ones. Offers support removes barriers, and communicates performance expectations to reinforce a high performance culture. Utilizes open, honest, two-way communication to build trust-based relationships with their employees and stakeholders while continuously improving leadership capabilities by personally seeking feedback and development. Creates a culture that values respect, trust, and transparency and provides the opportunity for employee development and growth in pursuit of our purpose. Attracts and on-boards talent in a manner that provides a consistent experience and reflects the values and commitments made to candidates during the hiring process. Ensure adherence of team members to the organization's policies and procedures. Other duties as required. Knowledge and Skills Undergraduate or graduate degree in Business Administration, or any related field. 5-7 years experience in fundraising, customer relations, and/or sales. 5 years of leadership and team management skills and/or experience. Exceptional ability to think critically, analytically, and strategically. Excellent organizational skills and attention to detail, along with demonstrated ability to follow up on assignments and coordinate multiple tasks efficiently. Excellent presentation and communications skills combined with an ability to be persuasive and to influence. Exceptional telephone etiquette and communication in English (oral and written) skills and Arabic is a plus Proficiency with database or contact management software such as Salesforce is required. Travel Requirement Requires in-country travel and international travel which is estimated at 15% of the time. Job Posted by ApplicantPro • Fri, 10 MayCoptic Orphans

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