Finance Analyst

  • Australia
  • Sydney
  • Permanent
  • Negotiable

Responsibilities include (but not limited to):

  • Assisting with month-end closing for (accruals, review OPEX, and report on the variances on a monthly basis).
  • Assisting with the Budgets & Forecasts process, supporting with side analysis and cost calculation.
  • Providing analysis and reporting on payroll (including productivity, Match to Traffic).
  • Running cost analysis on vendors to assess optimum service / cost and help select new vendors.
  • AP / AR tasks not limited to collecting/sorting invoices for relevant depts’
  • Administration tasks including new joiner coordination, stationary orders, as well as office maintenance.
  • Any additional ad-hoc tasks as required by the Head of Finance.

About you:

  • You will have previous experience within a similar finance role providing analytical and administration support to the team.
  • Advanced Microsoft Excel skills, (v. lookups & pivot tables).
  • Confident working with large complex data sets.
  • Previous experience in Retail or Luxury industry (highly desirable).

If you are interested in this role, please APPLY NOW. For further information, you may contact Molly Twelvetrees on for a confidential discussion.

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Solution Architect - Red Hat Open Shift

  • Australia
  • Sydney
  • Permanent
  • AU$110 - AU$140 per hour
  • 12 month initial contract with the view to extend
  • Sydney CBD location with flexible working arrangements
  • Flexible daily rate on offer
  • Immediate Start

Do you have a passion for containerization and a knack for leading teams? Are you an excellent communicator who can bridge the gap between technical expertise and client needs? If so, we have the perfect opportunity for you! We are partnering with a leading IT consulting organisation in their search for a Solution Architect to join their team.

About the Role:

In this role you’ll play a pivotal role in leading complex projects utilising containerisation technologies like SUSE Rancher and Red Hat OpenShift. This is a fantastic opportunity for someone who thrives in a fast-paced environment and enjoys building and leading high-performing teams.


  • Lead and manage multiple containerisation projects for various clients.
  • Work collaboratively with project managers and offshore development teams.
  • Provide technical leadership and ensure the smooth delivery of projects on time and within budget.
  • Troubleshoot and resolve technical issues related to Kubernetes and container orchestration.
  • Effectively communicate complex technical concepts to clients in a clear and concise manner.
  • Leverage your understanding of containerisation costs to ensure project efficiency.

Key Skills:

  • Strong leadership and communication skills.
  • In-depth technical understanding of containerisation architecture and technologies (Kubernetes (essential), Suse Rancher (bonus points), OpenShift (preferred).
  • Experience leading and motivating offshore teams.
  • Ability to troubleshoot and resolve complex technical problems.
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills.
  • Familiarity with SUSE Rancher, with Red Hat OpenShift a plus (Rancher skills can be supplemented by solid understanding of Kubernetes)

What They Offer:

  • Opportunity to lead and shape the future of containerisation projects.
  • Work with cutting-edge technologies in a dynamic and supportive environment.
  • Competitive salary and benefits package.
  • 6-month contract with high likelihood of extension.
  • Flexible work arrangements

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Project Manager

  • Australia
  • Melbourne
  • Permanent
  • Negotiable
  • Initial 3 month contract – Government Agency
  • Burwood East Location – Hybrid Working Arrangement
  • Learning Management System Project

Our government client is seeking an experienced Project Manager to join our team and lead the implementation of a commercial off the shelf platform within the learning experience area. As a Project Manager, you will be responsible for overseeing all aspects of the project lifecycle, from planning and budgeting to execution and delivery.

You will be responsible for:

  • Ensure the Learning Management system is fit-for-purpose
  • Coordinate resources, both internal and external, to ensure project success
  • Manage project budget and track expenses
  • Develop appropriate project governance structures in accordance to the PM framework
  • Communicate project status and updates to stakeholders
  • Identify and mitigate project risks

You will have:

  • Strong experience working as a Project Management on an LMS implementation
  • Ability to manage multiple priorities and meet deadlines
  • Prior Government experience would be highly regarded
  • Excellent Stakeholder and Vendor Management skills

What’s in it for you:

  • Initial 3 month contract – Government Agency
  • Burwood East Location – Hybrid Working Arrangement
  • Learning Management System Project

Please apply today to secure an interview or call Sarah Jordan on 9236 7765.

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IT Service Lead

  • Australia
  • Melbourne
  • Permanent
  • AU$100000.00 - AU$120000.00 per annum + inc super

The Client & Role:

We’re currently looking to bring on an IT Service Lead’s for our utilities client, in this role you will be accountable for the availability and compliance of respective application services, working with support personnel, owning the lifecycle management, security and access control and transition of support.

The role will be engaged on a permanent, full-time basis and rates will be provided on a salary of up to $120,000 including super.


  • Service Owner for their respective applications and is the primary stakeholder in all of the IT processes which enable or support it.
  • Delivery of operational day-to-day of application services to the business.
  • Act as the subject matter expert and trusted advisor with key business stakeholders (internal and external) relating to the respective application services.
  • Respective application availability including involvement in incidents.
  • Ensuring ITIL compliance for application services e.g. change approvals, incident, problem and asset management.
  • Involvement in the managed service provider and vendor operational governance.
  • Development and compliance with standards and procedures including security patching, audit, risk actions.
  • Involvement and compliance with commercial and procurement processes where required.
  • Involvement and compliance with Disaster recovery & business continuity testing and events.
  • Managing application lifecycle to ensure it’s maintained to supported levels.
  • Involvement in service improvement opportunities.
  • Project coordination of minor enhancements to IT Services.
  • Working with the business representatives and architecture team to oversee the strategic direction of the application.
  • Supporting with the financial management of the services, including validation of requirements and charges.
  • Strong communication (written and verbal) and stakeholder engagement skills.
  • Producing reports as required.
  • Take care of own and colleagues Health and Safety through identification and reporting of hazards and active involvement in Health and Safety improvement initiatives.

Required Skills & Specialisms:

  • Tertiary qualification in Information Technology or equivalent working experience is required.
  • ITIL qualifications and experience is required.
  • Strong understanding of Service Delivery principles.
  • Strong interpersonal, collaboration, facilitation and negotiation skills with business stakeholders and vendors and suppliers.
  • Demonstrate a blend of business acumen, large-scale IT solutions know-how, governance knowledge and IT systems experience.
  • Possess strong communication skills, and an ability to explain complex technical issues in a simple, straightforward manner that businesspeople can readily understand.
  • Experience with relevant applications, systems and platform solutions.
  • Experience with the administration and deployment of business applications.
  • Understanding of information systems, development and systems integration.
  • Experience in designing procedures and processes to improve business outcomes.
  • Understanding of emerging technologies to assist the organisation.
  • Tertiary qualification in technology or equivalent industry working experience.
  • ITIL Foundation or equivalent industry working experience.
  • Excellent understanding of service management delivery methodology, frameworks, and best practice.

If you are an IT Service Lead experienced in service management, vendor & financial management, business relationship management and project delivery, apply now or send your CV to

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Account Executive // HR Software Solution

  • Australia
  • Sydney
  • Permanent
  • super + commission

Our client provides a future-proof HR software solution that centralises the end-to-end employment journey for local, national and international companies. In line with their Australian expansion, this privately held company is growing their sales team and have an immediate opening based out of their office in Sydney!

About the role:

This is the perfect opportunity for someone who is interested in furthering their career within a fast-growing start up working with leading edge solutions. Open to individuals with a HR technology sales background. This flexible work from home/office role will see you develop your patch selling workplace SaaS solutions. Ongoing training and development will be provided by industry experts to bring you up to speed on all the solutions sold within the business.

About you:

  • Must have at least 3 years selling HR SaaS technology solutions.
  • Strong hunter experience and winning net new logo is a must!
  • Demonstrated achievement of sales targets in previous roles.
  • Comfortable with presenting and dealing with complex sales opportunities.
  • Experience using an TMS, HRIS, HCM, HRMS or payroll software is desirable.


  • Identify and qualify new business opportunities within your allocated territory.
  • Providing end to end sales and deliver first class customer experience every time.
  • Business development of new and existing accounts to achieve targets.
  • Build outbound sales strategies to create pipeline and to manage clients.
  • Preparing and delivering high-quality customised solution presentations based on client needs and requirements.
  • Work with internal teams to engage clients – Technical, Customer Success and Support.

Additional info:

  • Sydney CBD office.
  • Flexible work (remote + office).
  • Excellent uncapped commission structure + accelerators.
  • Mentoring from successful individuals in the business.

*Must have full Australian work rights, our client is unable to sponsor.

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Technical Generalist

  • Australia
  • Australian Capital Territory
  • Permanent
  • AU$95000 - AU$105000 per annum + + 15.4% Superannuation
  • Canberra based only
  • Permanent position within a scientific organisation
  • $95-$105k + 15.4% Superannuation
  • Data storage applications and cloud-based storage system experience – Preferably NetApp.
  • Citizenship minimum requirement – NV1 clearance will be obtained

As a Technical Generalist working for Australia’s largest scientific research organisation and one of the largest and most diverse scientific organisations in the world, you will provide technical advice relating to Storage systems that host data and integrated technology services, standards and procedures to team members, management and business owners.

Working with a high performing and professional team, you will assist them with developing and automating complex workflows and data migrations, which require significant computational power and big-data handling. This is a chance to be part of a professional and challenging environment, where you can support various applications and infrastructure that enable cutting edge-science.

Skills and experience we are seeking:

  • Relevant trade certificate/diploma/bachelor’s degree or equivalent relevant work experience in Science, Engineering, Computer Science or Information Technology or other relevant field.
  • Experience with data storage applications and cloud-based storage systems?
  • Knowledgeable in storage hardware architectures and scripting languages

Desirable to have:

  • Experience with high level automation techniques using languages such as Python, Ansible, Shell scripting and PowerBI/Kibana (or similar)
  • Experience or Familiarity with NetApp Storage Administration (or similar)
  • Experience or Familiarity with Block, File and Object protocols
  • Experience or Familiarity of data protection concepts

Please contact Deep on 0413 109 712 for more information and to apply.

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Account Manager // HR Tech

  • Australia
  • Sydney
  • Permanent
  • AU$100000 - AU$120000 per annum + + Super + Commissions

Our client provides a future-proof HR software solution that centralizes the end-to-end employment journey for local, national, and international companies.

The business currently has over 30+ employees and are looking for a Account Manager to join their sales team to help their next period of growth. You will be entrusted with nurturing relationships and driving business growth. If this piques your interest, check out the below!

What’s in it for you?

  • Appropriate resources and equipment provided to aid your success.
  • Up to $120K Base + Super + Commissions (up to $180K OTE).
  • Flexible working arrangements (once ramped).
  • Banter and good chats – great culture!
  • Additional internal team support available.

Ideal candidate?

  • Ideal candidate has 3+ years of proven track record of managing SMB/Mid-Market/Enterprise client accounts.
  • Strong understanding of the payroll / HR Tech is a big bonus.
  • Experience managing a large volume of accounts and can touch on multiple examples of upsell + cross selling.
  • You are a high energy individual with a ‘can-do’ attitude.
  • Desire to learn and innately curious to know more about your clients.
  • Ability to manage a high volume of outbound calls and correspondence.
  • Strong communication and interpersonal skills.
  • Excellent organisational and time-management skills.
  • Have Full Australian Working Rights – our client are unable to sponsor.

If you are passionate about Account Management, innovation, and making a meaningful impact, we invite you to APPLY NOW for this exciting opportunity. Alternatively, you can email your CV to

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Sales Support Representative // Administration

  • Australia
  • Sydney
  • Permanent
  • Up to AU$70000 per annum + + Super

Our client has a strong presence within diverse sectors such as large retailers, warehouse & distribution, transport & logistics and are looking for an admin-lover to join their team. If you appreciate being the first point of contact, value attention to detail, supporting a wider sales team and consider yourself a lover of all things administration, this is the opportunity for you!

Values of the business:

  • Excellent structured training and mentoring from leadership.
  • Work life balance – hybrid flexibility offered once ramped. Office is walking distance from North Sydney train station.
  • Management places importance on long-term goals and aspirations within the business.
  • Compensation package is $70,000 Base + Super.

How will you contribute:

  • Administrative tasks including communications, data management, reporting, quoting and invoices.
  • Directly support the sales team through the development of proposals.
  • Ensure phone and email communications are promptly actioned.
  • Manage correspondence between the sales team and their clients.
  • Collaborate with internal/external teams to ensure deliverables and KPI’s are met.
  • First point of contact for internal and external parties.
  • Ensuring the Dynamics 365 CRM is kept tidy and up-to-date.

To be successful in the role you will bring:

  • This is a permanent full-time Sales Support role.
  • Possess a strong passion for administration and a keen eye for attention to detail.
  • Ability to manage phone communications and correspondence.
  • Excellent organisational and time-management skills.
  • Strong communication and interpersonal skills.
  • Be a team player but also have the ability to work autonomously.
  • You are a high energy individual with a positive ‘can-do’ attitude.
  • The successful candidate must have full working rights within Australia. Our client are unable to sponsor.

If you feel you’re now ready to take on your next challenge and the above excites you, please apply now! We will contact you if you’re shortlisted.

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Data Analyst

  • Australia
  • Brisbane
  • Permanent
  • Including Super Per Day

Talent International is searching for an experienced Data Analyst to join our client, a State Government Department based in Brisbane CBD on an 4 Month Initial Contract + Likely Extensions.

// 4 Month Contract + Likely Extensions
// 2 Days WFH Per Week
// Brisbane CBD Location

The role:

The purpose of this position is to provide high quality data analysis, mapping and modelling to the Unify program for the delivery of the Departments Products.

The position will be required to engage and work closely with a range of stakeholders to analyse data needs, gather and document requirements, and develop artefacts. The position will play a critical role in understanding the data required for migration, cleansing, viewing and ultimately reporting.

In this role one has to work very closely with transactional systems business analysts to build logical/physical data models for the department’s business processes and manage common data model that satisfies requirements.


  • Undertake data mapping against an ICT solution and identify the delivery of data sets to support Product delivery
  • Understand business needs and processes to identify, analyse and document detailed data requirements
  • Work with business representatives to determine priorities and validate and justify the requirements
  • Participate in data extract, transformation and migration activities
  • Work with development teams and other skilled analysts to validate functionality against the data requirements


  • Demonstrated experience in data ingestion, cleansing, manipulation and modelling.
  • Experience in eliciting, analysing, specifying, documenting and validating the business data needs of stakeholders.
  • Data/reports development skills and experience relevant to the position
  • Understanding and experience working with applications that utilise complex relational architecture
  • Experience working within a large, complex multi-disciplinary organisation
  • High level of written communication and documentation skills

How to Apply:
To find out more, please “Apply for this job” or contact James Grierson or Mats Rorvik on 07 3031 4522 or or

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Advisor - Information Unit

  • New Zealand
  • Permanent
  • Awesome career comms/SM role!
  • Join a close-knit, supportive team doing important work
  • Apply your experience to a wide variety of information support and communication needs
  • Great Advisor career role

Te Mana Whakaatu – Classification Office works to inform and empower New Zealanders to watch content in a positive way while safeguarding them from harm. As our Advisor – Information Unit you’ll be at the core, supporting our Information Unit needs and communicating the Office’s mahi via a variety of mediums.

About Us
Te Mana Whakaatu – Classification Office is an independent Crown Entity responsible for classifying material such as films, TV shows, streaming content, magazines, games, computer files, and images. Our work helps maintain the important balance between freedom of expression and protection from harm. We work with law enforcement agencies, streaming service providers and traditional entertainment media.

We actively engage with and inform the public, providing research services, disseminating information, public presentations, and enquiry response.

We offer a fantastic team culture, an environment to accommodate work-life balance, and support for career development.

About the Role
As our Advisor – Information Unit you’ll have your finger on the pulse of all things information and communication.

It’s a diverse role where you’ll get to create resources from scratch, respond to requests for information and complaints, write content and presentations, communicate our research, design engaging social media campaigns, and work with news media on everything from high profile banned publications to classification of the latest films.
You’ll be working with a wide range of stakeholders – external government and non-government agencies, media, parents, educators, iwi and Pasifika partners, and young people – including members of our Youth Advisory Panel.

About You
Our ideal candidate will be able to, and have proven experience of:

  • writing across a variety of forms in the appropriate tone – such as blogs, reports, OIAs, presentations, web content and media – reactive and proactive
  • social media management – developing and managing social media campaigns including analytics
  • working with media and able to demonstrate good judgement and risk radar
  • engaging with a wide variety of stakeholders with an ability to adapt to suit the situation
  • an ability to actively contribute to the Office’s Te Ao M?ori priorities.

You’ll have a good dose of creativity, simply love creating good content, and be able to put together good visuals as well as words. You’ll be adept at creating your content to suit the audience, be it drafting formal briefings or facilitating conversations with young people, and engaging with our Youth Advisory Panel.

Possessing good time management skills, you’ll be able to juggle multiple pieces of work, and enjoy picking things up and making them happen, applying good judgement along the way.

While we appreciate you might not have all of the experience we’re looking for, if you meet most of our desired attributes and experience then we’re keen to hear from you – but please do note we are seeking practical experience beyond tertiary studies.

In Return
You’ll join a team that is known for its professionalism, integrity and impartiality in delivering robust public services. As a team we operate an open, honest, quiz loving, co-operative environment with a respect for individual diversity. You’ll be part of a team that does truly interesting, varied, and important work.

The role is based in our central Wellington office on the Terrace.

To Apply
If this sounds like the opportunity you’ve been waiting for, click the link and apply now! In addition to attaching your CV we would like to see an impressive cover letter outlining why this is the job for you.

For further information about this role and a detailed job description, please contact Jacaleen Williams (021) 732 996 or Harleen Verma (021) 326 2129 at Talent International.

Applications close at 5pm on Sunday 5 May 2024.

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