Linda Quayle

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Linda Quayle
Linda Quayle

Locality: Sydney Area, Australia
Summary: Business Support Analyst at Caltex
Past: Senior Buyer at Symantec IT Support Analyst at Symantec Technical Support Specialist at Lexmark Human Resources Assistant at CISRA see less... 1 more...
Education:  University of Sydney Government, Industrial Relations (1995-1997) 

Industry: Oil & Energy
Experience: Caltex (Public Company; Oil & Energy industry): Business Support Analyst,  (December 2008-Present) Procurement operations and reporting; company-wide support of procure to pay process; user support of online procurement system; composing training material and conducting training on procurement systems; daily liaison with IT on system support; daily liaison with accounts pay...
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Submissions Team: Linda Quayle, Ben Glasson, Subscriptions: Michael Pickering. About Us . Melbourne Journal of Politics (MJP) is an interdisciplinary academic journal produced annually ...

APSA Conference 2010, Connected Globe: Conflicting Worlds ...

Linda Quayle* Australian federalism and school funding: Exploring the nexus in Victoria's devolution reforms. Bronwyn Hinz* Australian Police Corruption in Comparative ...

What you say about the Italy-South Korea clash -

Linda Quayle . Well done Korea !!! That`s all about soccor game when you loose the game you blame something, prepare 2006 italy see you 2006 Sang Yoon


ASEAN'S COMMUNITY-BUILDING GOALS: THE STRENGTHS AND WEAKNESSES OF AN "ENGLISH SCHOOL" PERSPECTIVE Linda Quayle School of Social and Political Sciences, University of Melbourne Victoria ...

Reader riposte: Liberal internationalism

Linda Quayle, a PhD candidate at the University of Melbourne, responds to my post about liberal internationalism, which in turn was a comment on a piece by Walter Russell ...

APSA Conference 2010, Connected Globe: Conflicting Worlds - Program

Linda Quayle ASEAN's community-building goals: The strengths and weaknesses of an "English School" perspective: Gosia Klatt Europeanization and Poland - a two way flow?