Maxima is a community based not-for-profit organisation, supporting people in their pursuit of meaningful and fulfilling work across Australia. Since 1993 Maxima has provided temporary and permanent recruitment services in South Australia and in recent years has expanded its footprint to Victoria and Queensland.
Reporting to the General Manager Recruitment and Training Services, this Adelaide based role provides oversight on the delivery of recruitment and labour hire services to a diverse client base. Key responsibilities include:
• leading the continued growth of Maxima’s recruitment and labour hire operations;
• managing relationships with key clients and other external stakeholders;
• driving a culture that focuses on long term client satisfaction as well as ensuring legislative and regulatory compliance;
• meeting budget targets and other KPIs.
This role will suit a leader with demonstrated experience in developing, coaching and managing high performing teams in a fast paced KPI driven environment. The successful candidate will be required to lead with a collaborative approach and demonstrate a strong commitment to Maxima’s vision, mission and values. High level commercial acumen, complemented by strong communication, negotiation, customer service and stakeholder management skills, will all be important. Resilience, drive, energy, flexibility and empathy are essential qualities sought. Experience in tender writing is highly desirable.
This role offers a rare opportunity to be part of an ever growing Adelaide based organisation with national reach and will require frequent interstate travel. A competitive salary package is on offer, including vehicle allowance and salary sacrificing benefits.
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Applications should be addressed to Andrew Reed. Please click on the Apply Today button to submit your application.
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