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OFTB LogoProject Co-ordinator / Administration Support
Located in Hawthorn, VIC

Organised and proactive Project Co-ordinator / Admin Support required for boutique Pool Construction and Landscape Design Company.

Part-time (three days per week), 12 month contract. Your role will be to provide support (general office administration and diary management) to the company Director, Construction Manager & Landscape Architects. Tasks will include client liaison, project management, contract preparation, obtaining permits and construction co-ordination.

You will be well organised, motivated and capable of multi-tasking. A background in the design/landscape industry is favourable but not essential. Experience in the accounting program Xero also favourable but not essential.

This is a great opportunity to join a fun team and work on a range of exciting projects.

Please contact Lucy Keys via email lucykeys@oftb.com.au

 

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SPASA Industry training logo 2013The importance of training your employees, both new and experienced, cannot be overemphasized, and is crucial for the development and success of your business.

Show Image AdThe Spa & Pool Show is on this weekend, and with our biggest ever Winter Show media spend - it will be HUGE!

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Just over $150K has been allocated towards an extensive visitor campaign to inform and motivate buyers.

The VBA introduced wide-ranging reforms in July with more scheduled for September as a result of amendments to the legislation that governs registered building practitioners.

 Key areas of change are: