Assurance Speclialist

  • Australia
  • Melbourne
  • Contract
  • Negotiable
  • Contract Until End of March 2024 – Government Department
  • CBD Location – Hybrid Working Arrangement
  • Contract management of third party assurance providers

The role:
This Government Department is seeking an Assurance Specialist who will be responsible for contract management of third party assurance providers, and providing project management practice advice and support to staff and senior executives.

Your responsibilities will include:

  • Oversee contract management of the capital, grants and operational project assurance programs
  • Work closely with stakeholders to improve continuous improvement activities.
  • Providing project support across the assurance area, reporting and providing advice
  • Coordinate vendor tasks and deliverables
  • Administering the project schedule with input from other team members

You will need:

  • Strong experience working as an Assurance Specialist
  • Previous Contract Management and Assurance experience
  • Previous Government and/or education experience
  • Strong stakeholder relationship skills and proactive approach to work
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills

What’s in it for you:

  • Contract Until End of March 2024
  • CBD Location – Hybrid Working Arrangement
  • Government Department

For a confidential discussion please contact Ahmad Jahfar on 03 9236 7717.

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Communications & Marketing Manager

  • Australia
  • Sydney
  • Contract
  • AU$700 - AU$770 per day

Communications & Marketing Manager
Initial 12 Months Contract

Talent International is working in partnership with a large government organisation to assist in sourcing an experienced ‘Communications & Marketing Manager’.

Key Responsibilities:

  • Establish positioning, identify target audiences, and develop marketing and communications plans, at the program and project level, with specific objectives across different channels and segments
  • Develop and implement a marketing and communication schedule, leveraging internal support and driving collaboration
  • Develop and implement campaign management processes from strategic planning, development, through to execution
  • Build and maintain relationships with internal marketing and communication teams, external partners teams and external marketing, communication and creative agencies
  • Prepare communications for a broad range of audience both internal and external – preparing and editing media releases, listings, social content, marketing collateral, messaging, holding statements, briefing notes, executive/board papers, presentations, responses to media enquiries, assisting with the coordination of project events
  • Prepare and review media releases, articles and other communication for distribution via various channels/platforms
  • Internal and external stakeholder liaison
  • Attending project meetings to understand project progress and the communication requirements

The successful applicant will possess –

  • Demonstrated experience in developing and implementing communication marketing strategies – preferably in property, transformation programs or similar
  • A sound understanding of end-to-end marketing and communications processes
  • Demonstrated effective written and interpersonal communication skills
  • Strong stakeholder management and relationship building skills, and project management expertise
  • Ability to influence and negotiate
  • Strong marketing and communications campaigns and projects experience
  • A creative eye, excellent time management skills, flexible, and problem-solving skills.
  • Working within Education or Tertiary Institutions background experience is desirable.

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Senior Digital Marketing Specialist // Technology

  • Australia
  • Sydney
  • Permanent
  • Negotiable

Our client is a global provider of creative technologies and devices that have been used by the world’s creative businesses and their designers and artists. Selling through B2B, they are looking to grow their team here in Sydney with a Senior Digital Marketing Specialist who is hopefully just as passionate about creativity themselves. Your job will be key in managing digital marketing activities across Australia and New Zealand.

How will you contribute?

  • Develop and manage the B2B and partner marketing strategy for the region.
  • Manage digital marketing aspects including:
    • Asset creation
    • Development of leads
    • Events
    • Content development
    • Social Media
    • Advertising & PR
    • CRM marketing
  • Working with internal marketing team to support the execution of campaigns.
  • Collaborate with the global marketing team to align on business/marketing strategy.
  • Report on campaign performance and ROI.

What will you bring to the table?

  • Have at least 5 years of digital marketing and B2B lead gen marketing experience.
  • Prior experience within a technology company (client side) is ideal.
  • Have strong experience with B2B lead generation marketing activities and CRM marketing.
  • Use of marketing automation tools is a plus.
  • Proven ability to manage multiple projects and work autonomously.
  • Have experience with managing external agencies.
  • Candidates must be either an Australian citizen or have PR.

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Manager Strategy and Policy

  • Australia
  • Perth
  • Contract
  • super
  • 6 month contract
  • Part-time or Full-time
  • CBD Location

Our client based in the Perth CBD, is seeking an experienced Manager with a strong background in Strategy and Policy for a six-month contract with possible extension on a part-time (3 days min) or full-time basis.

You will be responsible for:

  • Ensuring effective working relationships are developed and maintained with all stakeholders.
  • Implementing the strategies, in related agencies.
  • Manage budgets associated with each strategy’s implementation from a program level and for projects in planning.
  • Support clear and transparent monthly and/or quarterly reporting on each strategy’s progress and risks at a program level and across all projects.
  • Providing strategic policy advice to executive and program committees, technical Project Managers, and other staff, as required.
  • Developing the strategic narrative for the business case.
  • Leading the remaining development of Project Briefs (cost, scope and schedule) for action.
  • Environmental, Social and Governance Strategy – indigenous stakeholder liaison.
  • Contract Management for Consultants and Programs underway.

You will have:

  • Extensive experience in a similar role where you were responsible for developing initiatives and strategies to deliver complex programs and projects.
  • Demonstrated ability to lead and coordinate multi-disciplinary teams and project stakeholders within a dynamic environment.
  • Highly developed communication and interpersonal skills at a leadership level, including ability to work collaboratively, consult, influence, and negotiate with internal and external stakeholders and build strategic partnerships.
  • Demonstrated ability to analyse, conceptualise and design strategic policy and apply initiative in the resolution of complex policy issues.
  • Highly developed skills in data analysis and preparing, reviewing, and communicating technical documents to various stakeholders.

You will need to be based in Perth and have full working rights for this role.

If you match the selection criteria and are interested in finding out more about the position, please click the “APPLY NOW” button below and attach your CV (in word). For a list of all vacant positions, please see our website For further information please contact Danielle Carter on 0490 888 247 or

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Senior Workforce Analyst

  • Australia
  • Sydney
  • Permanent
  • AU$110000 - AU$120000 per annum + 10% performance bonus
  • Sydney CBD Fringe location with WFH Flexibility
  • $10 parking, free daily meals, discounts and more
  • $120,000 incl super + bonus

A leading Entertainment organisation is looking for a Senior Workforce Analyst to join their team. In this role you will play a critical role in providing valuable insights into labor requirements, optimizing productivity strategies, and reporting on key metrics. Your contributions will directly impact the operational efficiency and productivity.

Key Responsibilities:


  • Conduct in-depth analysis of trends affecting resource requirements and propose solutions.
  • Compare pre and post roster publications alongside completed rosters.
  • Identify operational trends and recommend changes to meet business requirements.
  • Develop creative and analytical approaches to support changes to enterprise agreements.
  • Review and streamline reporting processes, with a focus on increased automation.

Forward Planning:

  • Develop, modify, and maintain accurate resource plans and budget models for short, medium, and long term (2-3 years ahead).
  • Prepare detailed analysis to support annual and quarterly labor cycle reforecasts.
  • Flexibility to adapt resource plans based on evolving business needs.
  • Provide training forecasts (2-3 years ahead) to ensure adequate training and equipment resources.
  • Assist in developing training plans that align with business requirements.

Demand Planning:

  • Manage, document, and review labor standards, reporting on their effectiveness.
  • Conduct regular time and motion studies and productivity evaluations, reporting results.
  • Collaborate with Analyst to achieve labor goals


  • Produce accurate periodic reports on costs, productivity, availability, and coverage.
  • Generate departmental and ad-hoc reports promptly.
  • Create in-depth reports on “What-if” scenarios and provide recommendations based on detailed analysis.
  • Automate reports using Power BI.
  • Maintain regular systematic labor reporting on HR/labour metrics.

Additional Responsibilities:

  • Develop and advise on labor opportunities, including roster to budget analysis.
  • Translate business needs into functional requirements for application implementation.
  • Manage databases to ensure data integrity.
  • Contribute to process and workflow development.
  • Ensure compliance with company policies, procedures, and regulations.

About you:

  • Business degree or equivalent, with 4-5 years of experience in commercial, business, or planning analysis. A mathematical degree is a plus.
  • Proven experience in preparing detailed reports and providing data-driven recommendations.

What’s in it for you?

  • Up to 10% annual performance bonus
  • Free daily meals
  • $10 staff parking
  • Discounts to award winning restaurants and hotels

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APS6 Senior Producer

  • Australia
  • Melbourne
  • Contract
  • Negotiable

The opportunity:
Our highly valued client is a federal government agency, who are seeking an APS6 Senior Producer to join their Media, Marketing and Communications branch.

  • Richmond or Geelong location with flexible arrangements and partial work from home available
  • Hourly rate of $60.26 + super on offer
  • 12 month initial contract with likely ongoing extensions

The role:
As an APS6 Senior Producer, you will deliver high-quality video and digital media content, that that engages, educates and informs audiences and external stakeholders. Your responsibilities would also include:

  • Leading a small team of internal content creators
  • Leading ongoing storytelling and technical skill development
  • Managing and prioritising project work within the team production schedule
  • Ensuring content is produced in line with best practice accessibility guidelines
  • Leading creative and providing feedback and approvals for scripts, storyboards and production briefs
  • Managing a range of external contractor relationships including an ongoing external animation contract
  • Leading production, at times with experience operating cameras, sound equipment, lighting equipment and postproduction software
  • Overseeing the management of external and internal digital media channels, such as YouTube
  • Working with diverse stakeholders, managing competing interests to achieve shared goals
  • Undertaking a wide variety of general tasks as required, including but not limited to, managing team priorities, providing support for reporting, analytics and executive reporting and presentations

Skills and experience:
To succeed in this role you will need:

  • Considerable experience in similar roles
  • A deep understanding of digital media practices and skills
  • Understanding of all aspects of production, from development through to delivery
  • Experience in best-practice methods for managing tech, including cameras, sound, lighting, and postproduction specific software
  • Leadership – managing and mentoring a small team
  • Creative and strategic thinker
  • Understanding of storytelling principles
  • High-level organisational skills to manage processes and production schedules

Please note that this role is only open to Australian Citizens.

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Communications Specialist

  • Australia
  • Australian Capital Territory
  • Temporary
  • AU$117000 - AU$127000 per annum + 14% Super
  • Communications Specialist role within a large government-own organisation
  • 12 Months Full Time Fixed Term Contract – with flexible working arrangements
  • $117K – $127K + 14% Super

Our client is a government-owned organisation responsible for providing services which are essential to the nation’s safety and economic security. They are committed to the continual improvement of their services by becoming leaner, more efficient and more responsive to the changing needs of their customers.

About the role
As Communications Specialist you will work closely with the Head of Internal Communications and the Safety & Security Assurance team as a primary contributor to the organisation’s ongoing management of PFAS, a major environmental priority for the organisation.

As an experienced communications practitioner, you will work closely with the PFAS Strategy & Delivery team to develop and deliver timely, relevant and targeted communications. Your work will be pivotal developing and implement communication strategies for internal and external audiences to ensure the organisation is able to meet is objectives and deliver the necessary business outcomes on this important issue.

In this role you will:

  • Work closely with Executives, senior leaders and stakeholders across our diverse business groups to advise, develop and implement effective strategic communication strategies, plans and collateral that drive team member alignment and engagement.
  • Leverage our enterprise messaging and channels to connect our people to the organisation’s purpose, direction and priorities and underpin improving our team member experience.
  • Contribute to, and where appropriate lead, a coordinated, aligned and strategic communications approach to the organisation’s response to PFAS

Key Responsibilities

  • Effectively lead and drive the communication agenda for dedicated partner groups/functions, identifying short and long-term needs and managing requirements end-to-end, from planning to delivery.
  • Assess the current state and then plan, create and deliver communications strategies that support stakeholder needs while ensuring key audiences are engaged.
  • Maximising opportunities and minimising risk in successfully launching and embedding a range of business priorities and initiatives.
  • Align to and establish strong working relationships with key Executives, senior leaders and line managers within partner groups/functions to become a trusted advisor on sensitive and day-to-day issues.
  • Lead communication and content planning and development in alignment with other Communications professionals.
  • Work in an integrated way with the broader Communications team to ensure effective alignment of messaging, use of channels and content coordination.
  • Ensure sequenced, leader-led, top down/bottom-up internal communication plans and processes to ensure key internal audiences are informed and engaged about group/function priorities and initiatives.
  • Write, edit and produce compelling, targeted, clear content and communications materials managing distribution to meet agreed timing and plans.
  • Work across the Communications and organisation’ team to ensure an integrated stakeholder approach for priorities and initiatives with wider impacts, such as media and external, digital, changes and projects, customer engagement or government relations.
  • Work with business group leaders on their role in effective communication to build communication capability at organisation’ through partnership, coaching and providing actionable insights and advice to achieve required objectives.
  • Contribute to a shared organisations communication agenda, identifying opportunities for alignment within a group/function, across business groups/functions and across the organisations network.
  • Build awareness and understanding of the Communications function and its services and contribute to establishing the value of business partnering for key stakeholders.

Skills and Experience
With a minimum of seven years’ experience in communication and engagement roles, you have demonstrated ability to:

  • Design, deliver and evaluate communication and engagement strategies in support of the internal communication strategy / priorities to deliver business outcomes.
  • Provide timely advice and direction on effective communication strategies that inform and help team member buy-in, commitment and contribution to business outcomes.
  • “Hit the ground running” to quickly navigate and establish essential working relationships with key stakeholders.
  • Work flexibly and at pace, often with competing priorities in a busy business environment with a strong transformation agenda.
  • Manage and influence key relationships to achieve priority business outcomes.
  • Communicate persuasively, with authority and sensitivity to the diverse and divergent views of key stakeholders.
  • Maintain effective working relationships with key business stakeholders, including the senior leaders to ensure there is effective coordination of activities in support of organisational objectives.
  • Integrity and discretion in dealing with sensitive issues.
  • A high level of attention to detail.

Eligibility/Other Requirements:

  • To be eligible for employment in this role, you must be an Australian Permanent Resident as an Aviation Identity Card (AIC) is required for this role.

How to Apply:
To apply for this opportunity, please submit your application to Connie at Talent International by clicking the “APPLY NOW” button. Alternatively, you can contact Connie on 02 6129 6318 or for further information

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APS5 Communications Officer

  • Australia
  • Greater Geelong
  • Contract
  • Negotiable

The opportunity:
Our highly valued client is a federal government agency, who are seeking an APS5 Executive & Corporate Communications Officer for an initial 12 month contract with options to extend.

  • Geelong location with flexible arrangements and partial work from home available
  • Hourly rate of $55.24+super on offer
  • 12 month initial contract with likely ongoing extensions

The role:
You will develop and deliver communications strategy and content for a wide range of internal and external channels, in a fast-paced and changing environment. Your responsibilities would also include:

  • Contributing to the development and production of communications materials, in consultation with internal stakeholders
  • Developing and implementing communication activities to ensure employees have access to information delivered across a variety of channels
  • Ensuring all communication materials are accessible and align with the Agency’s style and brand guidelines
  • Producing content for use across a variety of internal and external channels including newsletters, the NDIA intranet, NDIS website and talking points for staff and partners, and assisting in the delivery of content
  • Managing correspondence through team inboxes, including actioning requests or triaging requests to relevant team members for action

Skills and experience:

  • Previous experience in a Communications role within government or public service
  • Experience in the preparation and implementation of communications strategies and plans
  • Strong experience copy writing and editing content for a variety of channels
  • Strong written communication and interpersonal skills with confidence to deliver clear advice
  • Relevant experience and tertiary qualifications in communications or similar

Please note that this role is only open to Australian Citizens.

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Retail & Trade Brand Marketing Manager/Co-ordinator

  • Australia
  • Sydney
  • Contract
  • Negotiable
  • Opportunity with Leading International Organisation
  • Great opportunity for someone looking to step up!
  • Excellent growth and culture available
  • 12 month contract available with the view to extend
  • $444 per day including super

Key skills summary:

  • Digital marketing skills
  • Good with numbers – comfortable looking at data / managing budgets
  • Creative skills – copy, creative briefing, review
  • Trade marketing – Retail point of sale design and execution

Our client is seeking a Strategic Retail Marketing Superstar who is comfortable navigating the worlds of offline and online retail. You should understand the modern customer journey, from mobile search to in-store price comparisons, and be driven to push for innovative strategies that will elevate his Company’s retail presence to new heights. As a vital member of our marketing team, you will play a pivotal role in transforming This Company’s consumer business and delivering on our omni-channel experience goals. Your ability to tidentify nuances in consumer audiences and your familiarity with the Australian and New Zealand retail landscape and seasonality trends will be crucial.

This role thrives in a fast-paced environment and requires adaptability to cater to the needs of different retailers, positioning this Company optimally. You will be actively involved in hands-on implementation, project management, and creative problem-solving. As the Retail Marketing Manager, you will become a subject-matter expert on retailer requirements, working with a wide range of this Company’s products. Collaboration will be key, as you work closely with marketing teams, product teams, sales teams, and external retail partners who will rely on your guidance and updates on campaigns, assets, and merchandising.

Key Responsibilities

– Act as a brand custodian with some of the biggest retail partners in ANZ.

– Develop and execute retail trade marketing strategy across PC & Print.

– Engage across diverse channels, including Digital, Search, Social, Catalogues, and In-store.

– Collaborate with teams on exciting new product launches, campaigns, and promotions.

– Be accountable for the entire development-to-implementation process, from budgeting and planning to briefings, weekly work-in-progress (WIP) meetings, design, production, and distribution.

– Collaborate with creative agencies and manage assets.

– Analyse the business impact of campaigns and partners to develop analysis and return on investment (ROI) modeling.

Qualifications and Experience:

– 3-8+ years of work experience in a similar marketing role and industry, with a strong focus on retail-focused consumer technology. Alliance marketing experience is highly regarded.

– Bachelor’s degree in marketing, business, or communication.

– Strong experience in shopper marketing, including the creation of catalogues, point-of-sale materials, and in-store experiences, as well as working with planograms.

– In-depth understanding of the AU & NZ retail landscape, including key brands and consumer segmentation.

– Experience in managing brand compliance with a keen eye for detail and design.

– Proven ability to work under tight deadlines and manage multiple stakeholders.

– Ability to work independently and collaboratively across teams, including remote teams across different time zones.

– Outstanding oral and written communication skills in English.

– Excellent presentation skills with the confidence to present to senior stakeholders.

– Budget management experience, including invoicing and payments with both internal and external parties.

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Communications Support Officer

  • Australia
  • Melbourne
  • Contract
  • Negotiable

The client
Our client is a government organisation based in Melbourne’s inner east. They have a great opportunity for an administration assistant with experience in supporting a communications or marketing team to join as a Communications Support Officer.

  • Part time 3 days per week role, Malvern location
  • 12 month initial contract (maternity leave cover)
  • Hourly rate of $37.64 + super

The role
You will support a Communications manager and their team. Responsibilities will include:

  • Provide the communications and engagement team with financial, administrative and project support
  • Maintain Council’s email newsletter databases, including overseeing the monthly news update
  • Book and place online and offline advertising
  • Provide external and internal general communications support as required
  • Ensure that external contracts are maintained and reviewed as necessary
  • Provide support to Manager Communications for meeting bookings and other administration tasks
  • Support the project management of the News quarterly print publication
  • Support the management of photo and video digital libraries

About you
To be successful in this role you will need:

  • Solid previous experience in administration support within a communications or marketing team, and supporting communications managers
  • Relevant post-secondary qualifications in the areas of communications, public relations, publications and/or media are desirable with some relevant experience
  • Experience with using business systems and applications, as well as marketing systems and online databases such as Mailchimp
  • Experience with managing email databases and newsletters
  • Strong administration and support skills, including finance administration, contract management, etc
  • Experience with digital accounting systems, invoicing and payments, etc

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