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2007

New South Wales

2007 is a region within New South Wales just 2 km from Sydney. Ultimo, the inner-city suburb in the 2007 region, boasts over 8,845 people and is bordered by significant landmarks like Darling Harbor, Pyrmont, and Chippendale. Ultimo is also populated by large warehouses, broadcasting stations, museums, and parks. In terms of housing, 2007 is still primarily characterized by heritage homes and old Victorian buildings. Plus, since it’s home to the University of Technology Sydney Campus, Ultimo is also a central residential area for students.

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That T-Shirt Place

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36 Mountain St, Ultimo, NSW, 2007

Hannah's Pies

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562 Harris St, Ultimo, NSW, 2007

Beringer Blass Wine Estates

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26 Broadway St, Broadway, NSW, 2007

Sheridan Australia

3.7 Ratings

45 Jones St, Ultimo, NSW, 2007

Prevue Eyewear: Ultimo

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13 Broadway St, Ultimo, NSW, 2007

Insieme Cafe & Pizzeria

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Shop 1, 513-519 Wattle St, Ultimo, NSW, 2007

Pinter & Partners

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By Appointment, Ultimo, NSW, 2007

The Tooth Whisperer: Ultimo

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287 Pyrmont St, Ultimo, NSW, 2007

Mindcare Centre

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Suite 9, 88 Mountain St, Broadway, NSW, 2007

Dr Mark Kohout: Ultimo

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Suite 14, 185-211 Broadway, Unilodge Bldg, Ultimo, NSW, 2007

Dr Laith Barnouti: Broadway

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185-211 Broadway, Broadway, NSW, 2007

Sydney Bags & Luggage

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Broadway Shopping Centre, Broadway, NSW, 2007

Ambits Finance Pty Ltd

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Suite 35 89-97 Jones St, Ultimo, NSW, 2007

Serra

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3 Fig St, Ultimo, NSW, 2007

Panik Hats

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39 Jones St, Ultimo, NSW, 2007

China Trademark & Patent Aust

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Suite 38 89-97 Jones St, Ultimo, NSW, 2007

Research And Applied Technologies

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Suite 100 Level 5 330 Wattle St, Ultimo, NSW, 2007

Storehouse The

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Po Box 474, Ultimo, NSW, 2007

Mark Bouw Group Pty Ltd

General Manager

,,,2007

Reports to:       First Nation Fashion Design BoardLocation:          Sydney based Position - Powerhouse Museum SydneyLoad:                Full Time Position as part of the FNFD leadership team Mark Bouw Group has proudly been engaged to manage the recruitment on behalf of First Nation Fashion and Design. Who are First Nation Fashion and Design (FNFD)First Nations Fashion and Design (FNFD) is an NFP Indigenous Corporation whose core business is in supporting the growth of Indigenous Fashion and, a national voice representing Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander members, creating ongoing access to opportunities, skill development and industry engagement. About the Role:FNFD is seeking a suitably qualified and experienced General Manager to work closely with the CFO to grow the organisation, manage the day-to-day company activities and responsibilities and be the figure head of the organisation. Reporting directly to the Chair of the board, the successful candidate will be someone who can implement the board’s agreed strategy, continue the business’ growth and provide a servant leadership style across the entire FNFD ecosystem.Responsibitlies:The day-to-day leadership point for all matters relating to FNFD;An active member of the senior leadership team;Implementation of the FNFD strategy as agreed by Board;Develop the FNFD organisation profile with key stakeholders within the FNFD ecosystem;As required and request by the Board, provide all relevant documentation and collateral;Work with other FNFD team members to ensure expectations and deadlines are met;Work alongside CFO, manager and develop FNFD on a day-to-day basis;Work closely with the FNFD Chair;Be a coach & mentor to those within the business.Background & Experience:Leadership experience in a social course organisation similar to FNFD;As a minimum, completion of an undergraduate degree in business, commerce or similar discipline preferably majoring in management and/or post graduate qualifications;In-depth working experience with First Nation Persons;Working knowledge of ACNC;Preferably working knowledge of ORIC;Preferably background in Fashion and The Arts industry.Skills & Personal Attributes:A servant leadership style with an achievement-based personality;Excellent interpersonal and verbal communication skills with the ability to communicate with people from all walks of society;A committed attitude to ‘leading by doing”, with a wiliness to do whatever job is necessary to meet deadlines and bring the team along;Strong attention to detail and accuracy;Ability to develop and learn within the role;Ability to work autonomously as required;Understanding of Financial and Risk Management Systems relative to a NFP;Ability to show initiative and determine priorities;Willingness to undertake further education to acquire skills and experience deficits as they arise.Requirements: A current Police Check;A current Working with Children Check;A driver’s licence;The role will require some interstate travel including overnight stays;Some work out of normal hours of duty may be required;Demonstrated ability to communicate effectively and sensitively with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people.First Nations Fashion and Design strongly encourages First Nations people and/or candidates who demonstrate experience within First Nations communities to apply.How to Apply:Please send the following via seek:A copy of your CV/resumeA cover letter addressing why you would be the best candidate for the jobPlease note:Applications close Friday 23rd December 2022.Interviews will be taking place mid to late January 2023.Ideally successful candidate will be appointed on or before 28th February 2023.For more information about First Nation Fashion and Design check out the website, www.firstnationsfashiondesign.com
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APRA AMCOS

Reporting & Claim Administrator

,,,2007

We’re a music loving, locally invested, and globally facing music rights management organisation that delivers fair, transparent and efficient services to music creators and music users. We have more than 111,000 members who are songwriters, composers and music publishers. We license organisations to play, perform, copy or record our members’ music, and we distribute the royalties to our members. There is a full-time permanent role vacancy within the Reporting and Claim Processing Team in our Sydney office. We are seeking a detail orientated individual to join the team as Reporting & Claim Administrator. The key objective for the role is to accurately analyse, edit and enter the contents of TV, radio, digital and other usage reports in the APRA AMCOS database, enabling on time client invoicing and claiming of usage data, thereby facilitating accurate payments to members for their musical works used. This is achieved through key understanding of incoming datasets, maintaining high level of data integrity when processing data and applying a constructive, efficient approach to data processing challenges that relate to the manual review of usage data  To be successful in this role you will display: High attention to detail Strong written and verbal communication skills  Intermediate ability in Microsoft Excel and Word Aptitude for working with reports and data Research skills  Good general knowledge of popular culture: contemporary and popular music and broadcast, film and tv.   APRA AMCOS Values & BenefitsAt APRA AMCOS we're proud of our values of collaboration, respect, skill, imagination, and accountability. Great staff bring our values to life. In recognition of this we offer generous employee benefits such as: flexible and hybrid working arrangements; 18 weeks paid parental leave; discounted private health benefits; novated lease vehicles arrangements; access to financial services; employee assistance programs and more.While this role is one that requires specific skills and experience, we are encouraging people from all diverse groups who are interested in this position to put an application in, even if they're not sure if they meet every single bit of the selection criteria.  To apply for this role please submit a short cover letter outlining why you would be suitable for this role and a current resume via Bamboo (https://apraamcos.bamboohr.com/careers/149). Application close Sunday 8 January. We hope for our new starter to come on board in mid-February.While this role is one that requires specific skills and experience, we are encouraging people from all diverse groups who are interested in this position to put an application in, even if they're not sure if they meet every single bit of the selection criteria.  For more information on this role, please feel free to contact Carla O’Neale, Human Resources Manager 02 9935 7905. 
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Talent X

Hiring Consultant - No Experience Needed!

,,,2007

You haven’t been quite sure what your next career move is, but you know it must involve people and business. You love being thrown in the deep end and are a very fast learner. You’re an organised freak and know you can make anything 2-3x more efficient.  You know you want to help people and businesses and are a real extrovert. So far you've exceeded all expectations given to you by previous work experiences and failure is simply not an option for you.  You love work, you’re just looking for the right place that will appreciate and mentor you.  // ABOUT THE ROLE You will be working with Talent X - www.talentx.com.au This job is as special as it gets. You will be trained on a revolutionary method of hiring/recruitment. NO OTHER RECRUITER does what we do. It is cutting edge and controversial.  Just for perspective, the recruitment industry generates $11bn per year in Australia alone, and no one else does what we do. The opportunities are endless.  Your job will be to follow our process to ensure our clients receive only the best, top performing staff.  We service multiple industries including fashion, law, architecture, retail and manufacturing. You will be exposed to how these businesses operate, how the owners work, so that you can find them the best staff.  You do not need any experience in HR or recruiting. You will be taken underneath our wing and given responsibility as quickly as you feel you can handle it, and no sooner. The promotional limits of this role are endless. If you have a goal to be the best hiring consultant, or run the whole division, we are growing at a rate that will allow you to do so.  As we are growing you will also be taught directly by the Founder, which later will not be available to future staff. Internally, this company is truly special. The owner values the team and is willing to invest into them to build something great. It is a great company for longevity and long-term career decisions. The office is in Ultimo, a 10 minute walk from Central Station or a 2 minute walk from Broadway Shopping Centre.  If this job ad excited you, apply now.
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iCollege Ltd

Executive Assistant to the CEO

,,,2007

About the CompanyiCollege is uniquely positioned in Australia’s private tertiary education industry to deliver strong organic growth and to strategically target acquisitions and transactions to deliver significant shareholder value. It currently delivers courses and services to a broad mix of over 22,000 domestic and international students annually across the ELICOS, Vocational and Higher Education sectors. It has 11 campus locations around Australia and strong industry relationships to provide students with work placement and internship opportunities to complement their learning experience.iCollege also operates a large international student recruitment agency with office locations in Italy, Spain, France, Chile, and Colombia. This agency business recruits and supports international students seeking to study in Australia, and also offers Canada as a study destination.Reporting directly to the Chief Executive Officer (CEO), the Executive Assistant position is a broad multifaceted role accountable for providing executive assistant support to the CEO and performing a wide range of administrative tasks supporting iCollege’s senior executive team and business projects. This position is a parental leave cover role. Key Accountabilities and DutiesBoard Support - Provide administrative support to the iCollege Board of Directors, including uploading of electronic Board papers, minutes and other governance documents onto the Diligent Boards platform. Maintaining current Board papers and other governance documents.CEO Diary Management - Management of CEO scheduling and calendar for internal and external meetings and company events.Travel – Management of the company’s travel request and booking platforms and coordinating domestic travel and accommodation bookings for the CEO and senior executives.Handling general corporate correspondences.Review and perform credit card expense account reconciliations for the CEO and other senior executives.Events management including Board events, employee celebrations, seniour management events and other corporate and industry functions. Office management – liaise with building managers; oversee office supplies and facilities requirements; oversee office safety and Work Health & Safety procedures.Digital social media – administration of iCollege’s social media sites and responsibility for uploading regular posts; assist with iCollege website administration.Annual Report & Annual General Meeting - provide the CEO & CFO administrative support.Key Skills and ExperienceRelevant educational qualifications in administration support (ideal but not essential).Microsoft 365 (SharePoint, Word, Adobe, Powerpoint & Excel) proficiency, and a willingness to learn in-house operating systems and platforms.Understanding of social media posting and website administration (not essential).  Event planning and management experience.Ability to work independently with minimal supervision and with a can-do attitude.Ability to multi-task and prioritise tasks.Excellent time management skills.Excellent written and verbal skills.Excellent ttention to detail.Mature and professional approach when dealing with others and applying a high level of discretion when dealing with commercially sensitive matters and materials.BenefitsYou will be rewarded by gaining skills and experience with an industry leading ASX listed company during an exciting time of growth.Hybrid working - a combination of in-office and remote work.Learning & development opportunities through the Go-1 online learning platform.Next StepsClick ‘Apply’ to submit your application. Only short-listed applicants will be contacted.Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.
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Australian Fashion Council

ADMINISTRATION & MARKETING ASSISTANT

,,,2007

Reporting to the Industry Relations Manager, this role provides general administration support for the team across AFC memberships, communications and Australian Fashion Trade Mark certification. You’ll be highly organised and excellent at administration tasks that keep the AFC running such as payments, processing membership and managing contacts. As the first point of contact for businesses and brands across all facets of the fashion and textile industry, your friendly, generous and helpful demeanour will come across in your strong communication skills. You’ll also be supporting the marketing team in creating and executing content that drives and inspires engagement across the AFC platforms.RESPONSIBILITIES GENERAL ADMINISTRATION:Manage administration for the AFCManage the AFC inbox and action enquiries within two business daysManage travel, invoices, reconciliation and paymentsSupport the CEO with diary managementProvide support for key projects ie Clothing Product Stewardship Scheme Support the team with ad hoc tasks as neededAFC MEMBERSHIP SUPPORT:Process memberships and manage administration for AFC membersManage membership website and portal, including AFC DirectoryManage membership database, including payment reconciliationActively look at ways to improve processes, create efficiency and engage membersWeekly and monthly reporting for membershipsMARKETING SUPPORT:Media monitoring as needed and monthly marketing reporting Assist with content and writing for emails, website and social media Assist with community engagement across social media as required  ‘AUSTRALIAN FASHION’ TRADE MARK ADMINISTRATION:Assist the Head of Marketing with brand outreachReview all CTM applications, review against criteria and checking for completenessManage certification processing, including brand communications, support and renewal processesEnsure accurate and timely reportingCoordinate brand contact lists and  ensure brand information is correct and up to dateCoordinate Advisory Panel meetings and brand review processAnalyse and apply continuous improvement to create efficiencies and valueQUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE: Currently completing or recent graduate of tertiary qualifications in fashion, textiles, design, communications or business related field; or 1 - 2  years workplace experience in a similar administration roleIT WOULD BE AN ADVANTAGE TO HAVE:Experience within a not-for-profit or peak body organisation Experience in Google Analytics, GTM, Mailchimp and Wordpress/MemberpressSKILLS & ATTRIBUTESActive interest in the Australian fashion and textiles industry.Excellent communication skills, especially writingHighly organised with strong attention to detailSound working knowledge of Office (in particular Excel) and/or Google suiteWillingness to learn and contribute to the teamSelf motivated and proactiveAct with honesty and integrity in everything you doA friendly and engaging personalityShare the AFC’s values and visionTO APPLYSend your CV along with a cover letter addressing why you are the best candidate by December 14, 2022. 
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abrs

Safeguarding Assistant

,,,2007

About the RoleBarnardos are looking for a Safeguarding Assistant for a Part Time role (14 hours per week) 12 Month Contract in the Safeguarding Team based in Ultimo, 2007. The Safeguarding Assistant will be responsible for; Verifying and responding to file referrals and requests for associated records in a timely manner in relation to legal and redress claims. Requesting file searches from the Coordinator Australian Connections/AfterCare and work closely to ensure timely response in relation to deadlines or high priority matters. Ensuring correct record keeping of file requests and information release, in database and SharePoint files. Organising or sending records physically or electronically to Barnardos legal advisors/insurance brokers and the Commonwealth and State based portals. Participating in development, implementation and maintenance of systems for the management of claims for internal and external stakeholders. Participating in discussion regarding Barnardos current and future systems for the preservation of files and personal material relating to adults previously in care with Barnardos as children. Take receipt of records from the Coordinator Australian Connections/After Care, ensuring these are managed confidentially and retained according to Barnardos policy requirements. Ensuring records are kept up to date and new records entered into relevant database/s as they come to hand. Maintaining SharePoint files for Legal and Redress Scheme matters, ensuring timely uploads of new documents and ease of access by our Legal and Insurance Broker partners. Scanning records as requested by the Manager, Safeguarding. Maintaining the financial spreadsheet, entering new matters and key details, including obtaining estimates and keeping this current for the purposes of financial reporting, audit, board reporting and estimate reviews.    About You As a Safeguarding Assistant, you will ideally have; Minimum Cert IV or Diploma level in office/business administration Experience with Adobe Pro, MS Access, Microsoft Excel and SharePoint Experience in records management, archiving, and associated file and artefact related systems. Experience of redacting files and records. Experience with NSW and Commonwealth privacy and information legislation Para legal experience is desirable.    About the Organisation Barnardos Australia is one of Australia’s leading children’s social care agencies, focused on building relationships between children, young people, their families and the community. Over the next 5 years, Barnardos commits to supporting more vulnerable children to thrive through effective evidence-informed and research-based programs. Applicants from an Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander background are strongly encouraged to apply.     Benefits of Working for Barnardos Development through individual and group mentoring Secondments, acting up and project work Flexible working arrangements Cultural leave A day off during NAIDOC week Additional annual leave during Christmas/New Year break Volunteer opportunities at community events and many more Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander staff are further supported by the Aboriginal Cultural Unit (ACU) and Barnardos Indigenous Group (BIG) to meet their cultural needs within the organisation.     Salary: Base $67,268 to $77,592 (pro rata) per annum plus leave loading plus superannuation.  Packaging available to receive $15,860 of your salary tax free. Motor vehicle packaging available on selected roles. To be considered for roles with Barnardos you will need to have (or be willing to have conducted) a National Police Clearance and current Working with Children check Clearance (or APP number) and for the ACT a Drivers History Check, Working with Vulnerable People Card and CYPS Check.     Vaccination for COVID-19 is a condition of employment and engagement with Barnardos. How to apply: To register your interest hit APPLY NOW and submit your Resume. For a confidential discussion please call Zoe Banbury 02 9218 2346
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Hays | Accountancy & Finance

Finance Manager

,,,2007

Finance Manager with an industry leader supplying one of the biggest brands in the world, Your new company Headquartered in the US, this industry leader supplying one of the biggest brands in the world, delivers cutting-edge technology and world-class supply chain. Located on the city outskirts, your new office is a funky space with a collaborative team. Your new role Reporting to the US, this pivotal role allows for complete autonomy and ownership over the position and duties- the perfect opportunity for a proactive and self-sufficient person. The Finance Manager oversees the day to day financially related activities of the Australian operations and ensures the company's finance function is organised, efficient and produces accurate financial and management reporting & information to facilitate sound business decisions. You will strongly contribute to the overall financial health and control of the company through financial reporting, monitoring of the budget plan and ensuring all the key accounting, reconciliation, banking and processing is kept up to date and accurate. You will also responsible for compliance with all finance and human resource related statutory and best practice requirements. ResponsibilitiesEnsuring statutory requirements e.g. BAS and payroll tax are completed and lodged on timeYear-end financial statement audit and preparation of audit-related schedulesDevelopment of drafts of all month-end management report to Director of Finance within agreedtimeframesOversight of the corporate accounting, tax, and treasury functions and all payments to suppliersOversight of customer account balances and ensuring all customer invoices are paid within agreedupon termsManagement of any and all inventory reconciliationsMaintain relationships with external advisors including auditors, tax advisors, and bankersContribute to forecasting and budgetingSubmission of payroll reports for management approval within required timeframesSupport Director of Finance with respect to design and testing of new system functionality What you'll need to succeedYou will be a self starter, someone that doesn't need their hand held.The ability to work closely with the supply chain and logistics teamCPA or CA qualifiedExperience working in the supply chain or food industry is highly desirableHappy to work in the office and be part of a busy and fun teamExperience in a similar role or someone who is looking to step up and can demonstrate why and how What you'll get in returnA finance role with a strong focus on supply chain and logisticsThe freedom to own and run your role with support but independenceAnnual bonus based on personal KPI's and performanceDid we mention - a great office?! What you need to do nowIf you're interested in this role, click 'apply now' to forward an up-to-date copy of your CV. SA Licence number : LHS 297508
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TFE Hotels

Executive Adminstrative Assistant

,,,2007

If you’re looking for a career with no limits, we’re the place for you. Life at TFE is brimming with possibility. We’re the only international hotel group headquartered in Sydney, and we’re looking for passionate people ready to dive in and move with us. Today, we have 7 brands, with 69 hotels, in six countries… and we’re not stopping there, with 20 new hotels underway and more in the pipeline. Everyone at TFE is invited to take ownership and help shape our future. If you’re authentic, flexible and talented, you’ll find more than you expected, and we’ll support you every step of the way. As an integral member of TFE Hotels, you will provide extensive, confidential administrative support to the Executive Team. You will report to the Executive Assistant to Chief Executive Officer & Chief Financial Officer.The JobAn exciting opportunity now exists at TFE Hotels Head Office for an Executive Administration Assistant. The ideal candidate will have worked in the Hospitality Industry or come from a customer service background and have demonstrated experience performing the following key job responsibilities:Effective written and verbal English communication skills with the ability to communicate with Senior Managers2 – 3+ years administration assistant experience Experience in support of projects or other team members Strong attention to detail, organisational skills and time management. Electronic diary management Financial literacy to reconcile bank and credit card statementsFlexible with a well-developed focus on attention to detailBook and co-ordinate travel and accommodation, both domestic and InternationalAttendance at meetings as required for taking of minutes and the preparation of action lists from meetingsPrepare the distribution of incoming and outgoing correspondenceIntermediate to advanced working knowledge of Microsoft Office including; Excel, Word and PowerPointStrong attention to detail, organisational skills and time management.  The successful candidate will have outstanding communication, administration and office management skills, excellent computer skills as well as meticulous attention to detail. You will be well presented, have effective time management skills and be extremely well organised. We recognise and celebrate your uniqueness and promise to give more back. Are you ready to dive in and find more? You deserve it.----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Life at TFE is brimming with possibility. We’re the only international hotel group headquartered in Sydney, and we’re looking for passionate people ready to dive in and move with us. Today, we have seven brands, with 69 hotels, in six countries… and we’re not stopping there, with 20 new hotels underway and more in the pipeline. Everyone at TFE is invited to take ownership and help shape our future. If you’re authentic, flexible and talented, you’ll find more than you expected, and we’ll support you every step of the way. 
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