Administration Lead

Job Description

About the role

This position will be responsible for a team of Administrators who work in a high volume, fast-paced shutdown environment.  As the Administration Lead, you will provide leadership with a strong focus on team management, client interaction and relationships and client system interfacing activities in addition to supporting the Finance Lead on a daily basis.

This position as part of our shutdown team will be based on site during shutdown periods.  This position will also require up to 12.5hr shifts, 6 days per week whilst working on site. 

This is a Gladstone based, permanent position and Gladstone local candidates are strongly encouraged to apply.

About You

You will inspire your team, draw on their diverse skills and create environments where great ideas are heard, and everyone looks out for one another. Ideally you will have:

  • An experienced team leader with effective people management skills
  • People focussed both within your team, our leadership and management teams and our client
  • SAP and Track experience in a similar role will be highly regarded
  • Previous experience in payroll / timesheet processes
  • Previous experience in understanding of pay conditions and Enterprise Agreements
  • Daily reporting of manning levels – actual vs budget
  • Strong organisational, multi-tasking and prioritisation skills
  • High attention to detail and ability to meet tight deadlines consistently
  • Ability to contribute to a high-performing team
  • Strong decision-making skills
  • Experience to handle multiple complex tasks simultaneously
  • Professional work ethic and behaviour

What we offer

  • Diverse opportunities to grow, back yourself and achieve
  • Ongoing training for career progression
  • A competitive remuneration package with salary continuance insurance, employee assistance program for employees and their families, AIA Vitality wellness program and Discounts on private health insurance, vehicles, travel and more

What makes you right for UGL 

  • Ability to provide a safe, supportive and positive workplace
  • Empower a united and collaborative culture
  • Deliver technical excellence and create efficient, innovative solutions
  • Build an enviable reputation and the trust of employees, clients and other stakeholders
  • Genuine concern for safety

About Us

UGL is well-known and respected for providing end-to-end engineering, construction and maintenance services within; rail and transport, communications and technology systems, oil and gas, power, renewables and resources, water and defence markets. UGL partners with some of the world’s largest blue-chip companies and government agencies, private enterprises and public institutions. We are a member of the CIMIC Group of companies

At UGL, we value diversity – in the backgrounds, ideas, work styles and perspectives of our team. We are an Equal Opportunity Employer and strongly encourage people with disability, Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander people, mature aged workers and people from culturally diverse backgrounds to apply.

Please note that relevant screening checks will be conducted as part of the recruitment process. These may include a national criminal history check and for you to undergo pre-employment medical assessment including drug and alcohol screen.

Job Number: 245849