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Business Analyst - HRIS Upgrade

This Business Analyst will be responsible for leading and supporting the business in identifying improvement opportunities during a core HR System upgrade. 
Based in Geelong this is an inital 5 month contract starting ASAP to work on a HRIS Project. 
Key skills and experience: Proven experience in a Business Analyst role (minimum of 5 years) Experience working on a HRIS Upgrade  Ideally, HR Aurion experience  Business analysis techniques and tools e.g. requirements elicitation and analysis, requirements management,  process analysis and modelling, process improvement, business process redesign, data analysis and modelling, cost benefit analysis, decision analysis, root cause analysis Strong relationship management ability with senior business stakeholders Proven experience in Process Modelling techniques and tools and the ability to conduct requirements workshops Excellent communication and consultative skills and problem solving skills Proven ability in problem solving and resolving conflicts Negotiate and manage competing priorities within tight time frames
Benefits: Work in Geelong  Flexible working condiditions  Work/Life Balance  Start before Christmas 
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Start ASAP Contract to 30 June 2018 Full Time Hours Australian Citizenship Essential 4 Positions Available
 
A Project Manager is accountable for delivering results in accordance with the requirements of their work area and team plans. They must exercise discretion with respect to how procedures and guidelines are interpreted and applied.
 
The Project Manager will be required to provide detailed technical, professional and policy advice and support in relation to program and project management. The Project Manager will engage with a variety of stakeholders in order to progress and achieve program and/or project outcomes.
 
Duties
Provide advice and support on established technical, operational, professional and/or administrative activities, procedures, practices and program/project objectives Be accountable to understand, analyse and interpret legislation, policies, strategies and program/project plans Monitor and review program and project activities against plans Has a sufficient breadth of program and project expertise to identify, analyse and implement alternative courses of action Understands the strategic objectives of program and project activities. Consult and share information with own team and maximise team strengths to achieve program, project and business outcomes
 
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12 month Change Management role starting in December. Partner with the leading supplier of talent to the NDIA
Your new company
Based in Geelong for over 10 years, Hays are the only local preferred supplier choice to Federal, State and Local Government organisations as well as employers across the Retail, Education, NFP, Manufacturing and Utility sectors in Geelong, Ballarat, Horsham, Warrnambool and Western Victoria.
We are currently seeking two (2) Change Management Officers to join our government client for an initial 12 month term, commencing in December 2017.
Your new role
In this role you will work across the organisation to conduct and facilitate change planning sessions, documenting outcomes and recommendations as well as determining the scope and impact of business changes for a range of stakeholders.
This will include (but not limited to) the development of formal business impact assessments, providing support for change activities, internal and project communications, training as well as ongoing post change support as required.
What you'll need to succeed
To be successful in this role, you will be able to demonstrate:
Previous experience in planning and conducting workplace or organisational change in a large or complex organisation Experience in facilitating change planning including stakeholder identification, business impact analysis and change management planning Experience in business change management with ICT dependencies Strong communication skills Strong negotiation and influencing skills Ability to develop strong relationships with peers and teams
Formal training and qualifications in workplace and organisational change (such as PROSCI/ADKAR, APMG Change Management, CMI or similar) will be very highly regarded, along with experience planning and leading change within government/public sector incorporating both business and ICT change activities. Please note: Some domestic travel is required so a current driver’s license is essential. As you will be working within Federal Government, you must be willing to undertake mandatory Entry Level Checks as well as a Working with Children Check if required.
This role is open to Australian Citizens AND Permanent Residents, as well as those with unrestricted working rights in Australia.
What you'll get in return
Through Hays, this role offers you an hourly rate of $47.09 + 9.5% superannuation.
Temporary and contract workers through Hays also enjoy a wide range of benefits including:
Weekly pay cycles Nominated choice of superannuation fund Online timesheet submission and approval No hidden costs or payroll deductions for our services No invoicing required for Pty Ltd holders Regular contact with Geelong based consultants throughout the duration of your assignment
What you need to do now
If you're interested in this role, click 'apply now' to forward an up-to-date copy of your CV.
If this job isn't quite right for you but you are looking for a new position in Projects & Business Change, please contact James Flanagan at Hays Geelong on *****00 + click to reveal or *****@hays.com.au + click to reveal for a confidential discussion on your career.
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3 Month Contract Possible Extension Start ASAP Full Time Hours Australian Citizenship Essential
 
Duties:
Develop a portfolio master program schedule, cross-examine projects progress and provide advice to accommodate flexibility in adjusting the portfolio schedule Work collaboratively with the Portfolio Manager and projects managers to review impacts, test scenarios and develop solutions for scheduling demands Conduct risk control activities around the master schedule and develop mitigation strategies to manage slippage Monitor actual progress against an agreed baseline, considering resource requirements and allocation for each project, program and portfolio, and assess against the achievement of key milestones Provide reports to key stakeholders and contribute to reporting of resource availability and allocation across projects and programs Provide schedule support and analysis to program offices and communicate any scheduling issues and appropriate resolutions
 
The successful candidate will have:
Tertiary qualifications in project management or a related disciple, with at least 5 years project scheduling experience Proven track record in project schedule development and experience with Advanced Project Scheduling using MS Project and or/Project Server Experience working within a matrix management structure where support services are embedded within delivery teams Proven track record in the successful facilitation and negotiation including the capacity to influence others and gain cooperation and agreement in a timely manner Proven technological, financial, project management and organization skills with a demonstrated capacity to meet deadlines
 
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Start ASAP Contract to 30 June 2018 Full Time Hours Australian Citizenship Essential 2 Positions Available
 
Duties
Completing operational and/or administrative tasks Develop & maintain sound relationships with key internal and external stakeholders Preparation of replies to correspondence and handling/custody of confidential papers Preparation of briefing material (where required) Schedule meetings and preparation of reports and documents relating to Committees and Projects Undertake research and investigations and prepare associated reports and correspondence Organise and support official meetings, travel arrangements and official functions on behalf of Hub staff (as directed) One big difference to lots of lives. Liaise with and support Senior Officers as directed by the Director Identify and contribute to the resolution of issues and problems as they arise You will be committed to growing a disability confident Agency, while fostering a culture of learning, diversity and inclusion
 
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Lauren Ferrett
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This business has been operating successfully for over 20 years. With new work secured in the Geelong region they are looking to appoint people for the following roles
- Project Manager
- Site Manager
- Contract Administrator.
The company has secured a number of new projects ranging in type and size to the value of $20 million. Combined this represents 2-3 years of work. 
The company is seeking people who live in the area with experience with commercial-industrial buillders ideally on institutional type projects of a similar dollar value. You will become part of a tight knit and well managed team who have a successful track record of success with many repeat clients. If interested please forward your details to Paul Martin on *****@focusrecruit.com.au + click to reveal or call *****30 + click to reveal
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JOB ID: 170773
SALARY RANGE: Casual Hew 7 rates apply (plus 9.5% super)
EMPLOYMENT TYPE: Part-time (5 hours per week) and casual
LOCATION: Geelong Waurn Ponds Campus
ABOUT THE ROLE
The Casual Senior Student Advisor will be responsible for coordinating case management support for students with multiple and complex needs, training frontline staff in identifying and referring the students to appropriate services.
This will include:
Coordinate University support for students with multiple and complex needs, including case managing critical incidents. Provide advice, guidance and recommendations to University staff as required on matters involving student support and the personal wellbeing of students, or on situations involving the welfare of individual students. Actively contribute to a system of continuous service reflection and improvement to ensure that students are provided with support that aligns with best practice. Develop and maintain a thorough understanding of initiatives and programs undertaken across the sector to increase access, participation, retention and success of students.

ABOUT YOU
A relevant postgraduate degree or an undergraduate qualification with subsequent relevant experience. Minimum 2 years Case management experience, including a demonstrated commitment to the provision of best practice client support. Demonstrated ability to support clients who are experiencing multiple and complex issues. Proven skills in assessing client needs and providing quality and timely service.

For a full list of the selection criteria please see the position description
CONTACT FOR FURTHER INFORMATION: Helen Nicholls-Stary, Email: *****@deakin.edu.au + click to reveal
CLOSING DATE: Sunday 3 December 2017
We value our staff and understand that they are more than just their jobs, that's why we offer benefits that enhance work life. Further information on Deakin's workplace benefits can be found here: deakin.edu.au/about-deakin/work-at-deakin/why-work-at-deakin/staff-benefits TO APPLY
For a full copy of the position description and to apply online, please visit deakin.edu.au/about-deakin/work-at-deakin
Deakin University values diversity, enables access and promotes inclusion. Deakin University is an employer of choice for women and strongly encourages applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people.
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A rare opportunity to work for a dynamic Creative Agency Work for the Best In The Business! Located in Geelong CBD
The Company:
Ivy Street is a unique Creative Agency focusing on advertising, design and digital within the property, health and fitness, FMCG and corporate markets.
We are a passionate, energetic and nimble business who have a creative team of people continuing to inspire, create and succeed!
The Operations and Finance Manager will be a member of the Senior Management Team focusing on supporting our Managing Director and working closely with a driven and motivated Management Team.
This role will provide leadership, promote a culture of accountability and respect and ensure that Financial and operational efficiency and effectiveness are delivered.
The Role:
This exciting and dynamic newly created role will work collaboratively with the business to create, develop and implement processes and procedures across the finance and corporate functions.  
This role gives you the opportunity to branch out into wider areas of the business as you will be overseeing the general day to day operations of the business.  If you have a passion for Finance and Operations then this could be the job for you!
Some of the key Duties and Responsibilities will include, but not to be limited to:-
Financial Management:  
Develop, improve and distribute financial reports and interpret financial information to the Management and Executive Team Analyze costs, pricing, variable contributions, sales results and the Company's actual performance Conduct reviews and evaluations for cost-reduction opportunities Maintain the financial health of the Company Oversee completion of all statutory obligations regarding income tax, fringe benefits tax, payroll tax, superannuation guarantee, GST, work cover and ASIC Responsibility to oversee all operations of the finance department, set goals and objectives and design a framework for these to be met Manage the preparation of the Company's annual budget Streamline processes and procedures for improving operational efficiency of finance reporting and budgeting systems Develop ongoing process improvement strategies including the protection of finances from physical and cyber theft
Human Resources
Develop strategies to attract and retain talent, and oversee all appropriate recruitment, training and development opportunities for the team Implement strategies the drive a positive performance culture and adhere to our Values and Behaviours Manage the Performance Review and Remuneration process for Ivy Street Ensure compliance with Fair Work Act, Occupation Health & Safety and all other applicable employment related legislation and law.
Operations:
Oversee daily operations of the Company, particularly in Finance, HR and IT Oversee the management of business operations including contract management, managing and improving internal processes, utilisation and ongoing development of operating systems, improving the efficiency and integration of our systems. Provide day to day leadership, support and management to the direct team in finance and the Line Managers  Implement business strategies, plans and procedures Formulate and implement departmental and organisational policies and procedures to maximise output Set comprehensive goals for performance and growth Evaluate performance by analyzing and interpreting data and metrics data (financial, sales, KPI and activity reports)  Ensure appropriate governance processes are in place 
Information Technology:
Plan, organize, control and evaluate IT and electronic data operations Ensure security of data, network access and backup systems Audit systems and assess their outcomes
About You:
You will need to be a driven and passionate Leader who wants to work with an innovative ever changing business.   Working with a high performance Management team, it is essential that you are able to influence stakeholders and have exceptional interpersonal skills and business acumen.
You will have strong Financial Management capability and you will be looking to work for an employer of choice who focuses on its people.  In addition you will have:  
A relevant Business, Commerce or Economics degree 6+ years Business and Financial Management experience is a must Strong commitment to delivering successful results and capacity to work in a fluid and rapidly evolving environment Demonstrated expertise managing people and projects Strong excel skills and reporting ability A proven Strategic Leader who is able to combine strong Financial, HR and Business Acumen
But most of all, we are looking for a Professional Leader who wants to be part of our journey into the future.
If you feel you can bring your amazing expertise to our business we want to hear from you!  If you have any questions or would like a Position Description, please email directly to *****@envisagehrsolutions.com.au.  + click to reveal Applications Close Friday 1st December 2017.
 
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At VicRoads, we make peoples' lives better through journeys that are safe, reliable, efficient and sustainable, judging our performance by our customers' experience.
We work by caring about people, communities, and making their lives better, sharing with each other to have greater impact through our collective effort and daring to seize opportunities and take on tough challenges. These themes shape the way we plan, consult and deliver with Victorians every day.
Road Worker - Sprayline
This position requires:
• Construction induction card
• Willingness to undertake mandatory pre-screening tests including medical assessment, drug and alcohol screening, driver history checks and reference checks
• Applicants must have the ability to undertake all inherent requirements of the position (as listed below)
Driving:
- A range of bituminous spray sealing plant and equipment
- Tasks range from frequent climbing in/out of cabin to constant driving for several hours
 
Manual Work:
- Traffic controller duties - involving prolonged periods of standing
- Working on feet for the majority of the day - prolonged periods walking/standing
- Working on sealed road surfaces for prolonged periods
- Walking/standing on steep/sloping/uneven surfaces including climbing stairs/ladders
- Loading/unloading signs/equipment/material on/off truck
- Sign erection - involving lifting and holding signs above shoulder height
- Filing, lifting and placing items up to 25KG
- Handling/operating equipment in confined/awkward positions
- Digging, shovelling, sweeping, Crow-bar, Jack Hammers, Electric drills, Angle Grinders, Chainsaws, Sledge hammers
 
Working in Varying Conditions:
- Working in hot and cold conditions
- Working in dusty conditions
- Working in noisy conditions
- Working in a variety of locations where there is generally a lack of the usual amenities associated with factory work
 
Australian Indigenous applicants are encouraged to apply.
 
Penalty rates apply for all work performing outside core hours and when performing overtime.
 
Sprayline Road Services is committed to putting safety first in the workplace. If you are an individual who shares this commitment then we encourage you to apply for this position.
What we offer:
• Competitive salary and benefits
• A supportive, diverse and inclusive work environment
• Opportunities for professional and personal development
• Flexible working arrangements and family friendly policies
• General leave provisions
 
Please contact Wayne Sherlock on *****03 + click to reveal for further information regarding this position.
Please note VicRoads is required to evidence your right to work in Australia and may ask for your consent to check records maintained by the Department of Immigration and Border Protection as part of the selection process. VicRoads may also ask for your consent to check records maintained by Victoria Police and VicRoads and/or conduct a medical assessment as part of the selection process. All information provided to VicRoads will be treated in the strictest of confidence.
For further information or to apply for this job please click on the 'Apply for this job' button below.
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A 3 - 6 month contract opportunity is available for a suitably qualified candidate to work with this global manufacturer.
The role would suit a developer with strong Web developer with hands-on User Interface experience using Java, SQL, ColdFusion and HTML skills to develop and add functionality to new and existing systems. You will interact on a daily basis with stakeholders across Engineering, Finance and Project Management teams and provide them with the tools to ensure that iterative business processes are tracked and information recorded and executed on these systems.
Required skills and experience:
Thorough understanding of Java, HTML coding for website design ColdFusion development experience is highly regarded Proficiency with SharePoint Strong knowledge of SQL Excellent organisational skills to manage several projects at the same time Ability to work independently to tight project timeframes High level written and verbal communication skills Ability to give feedback and participate in senior level collaborative meetings
In addition the successful candidate will be a permanent resident and able to commit to this long term assignment. You must be committed to the success of your project related tasks and contribute to team goals and project timeframes.
To submit your application in strict confidence, click the 'apply' button. If you require further information, please contact Anthony Patti on *****20. + click to reveal
To view all Alitis job opportunities visit www.alitis.com.au
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Geelong CBD - $47.09 plus super
Long term contract - Government
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Immediate ongoing assignment in Geelong CBD with Government organisation. Hourly rate $47.09 plus super

This high profile Department is tackling the big issues facing our economy and environment. Undertaking a whole of agency review and automation of their central functions a new opportunity for a service focused APS6 Accountant is available within the Change Management team.

Communication is key in this position, providing a critical link between users and Change Management consultants working to ultimately improve efficiency and functionality of their ICT systems.

This multifaceted role needs a capable accountant with sound technical systems skills and prior experience working through FMIS upgrades and improvements. Demonstrated experience in helpdesk and user training will be highly regarded.

For further information, please contact Adam Swinton on *****00 + click to reveal or email *****@hays.com.au + click to reveal

What you need to do now
If you're interested in this role, click 'apply now' to forward an up-to-date copy of your CV, or call us now. If this job isn't quite right for you but you are looking for a new position, please contact us for a confidential discussion on your career.
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Assistants to Park Management
Lakes and Craters Holiday Park, Camperdown, Victoria
Set on a ridge between the two magnificent lakes of Lake Bullen Merri and Lake Gnotuk, Camperdown's  Lakes and Craters Holiday Park offers panoramic views of the surrounding Lakes and Craters country. The Park is located within an Arboretum and adjacent Botanic Gardens, featuring majestic heritage listed Oaks and Elms and other exotic trees from around the world, including rare and endangered specimens.
The Lakes and Craters Holiday Park is located at 220 Park Rd Camperdown and features 7 cabins, 15 annual sites, 61 powered and 25 unpowered camping sites at very affordable prices. The park is also pet friendly.If you can see yourself living in the lakes and Craters district of Victoria as integral members of a close knit and committed team dedicated to providing our guests the best possible, holiday experience then we have a position for you.
Lakes and Craters Holiday Park, currently has an opening for a motivated and energetic couple to assist our Park Management team in the smooth day-to-day running of our Holiday Park. This is a full time "live-on-site" position.
As members of our team you will be required to assist in all aspects involved in the day to day operations of a busy tourist property.
Duties for one partner will include, but not be limited to:
Front office reception duties including check-ins and check-outs,
Email and phone inquiries and reservations.
Some cleaning and housekeeping (as required). 
A total focus on providing second to none customer service at all times.

Previous front office experience and expertise using the RMS reservation system will be required for this role.
Duties for the other partner will include, but not be limited to:
A demonstrated ability in maintenance and handyman skills
General building repairs and maintenance,
General grounds and garden works,
Cleaning of BBQ's and ablutions blocks  
Lock up and security.

A commitment to ensuring a high standard of Park appearance is maintained at all times.

 
We are a family run business with two caravan parks and two small children. 
We are looking for a couple who are reliable and honest team players and who would enjoy working and living on site and helping us build on our property's friendly and welcoming reputation.   A flexible working attitude is required. Previous experience in the motel or caravan park industry would be beneficial but not essential as the right attitude is the important ingredient.
 
Note: A trade background would be an advantage.
 
Conditions of Employment
Full time position
Remuneration package will depend on experience and skills
Please email us a brief covering letter, your CV's and please include a recent photo (makes it easier to put faces to names).    
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Applications close 4th December 2017
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Have you considered a lifestyle change to regional Victoria but have not made the break because the right position was not available to support this move?
Your wait is over – Sinclair Wilson would like to invite applicants that have 5 + years of audit experience to apply for a unique opportunity with the Firm.
Situated in the magnificent Western District of Victoria, Warrnambool is a City with a high level of growth and is supported by excellent schools and recently refurbished healthcare facilities.
Warrnambool continues to prosper as an affordable regional location and such professional opportunities do not arise all the time, making this opportunity one that you must consider today.
With continued growth in Self Managed Superannuation Funds and external audit opportunities throughout Victoria, an Audit Specialist is required to provide support to the Audit Principal to manage a large portfolio of SMSF audits and provide assistance to existing external and internal Audit engagements.
It is expected that applicants for this position will have completed their CA or CPA professional qualification, as well as having appropriate experience to  meet the requirements of a Registered Company Auditor. Applicants must be able to demonstrate a sound understanding of current Australian Auditing and Accounting Standards as well as their knowledge of SMSF regulations.
A salary package shall be negotiated commensurate with qualifications and experience. Sinclair Wilson is willing to support the successful candidate with relocation costs.
Confidential enquiries can be made by contacting Mr Mark Robson on *****55 + click to reveal or confidential applications should be forwarded to:
Private and Confidential
The General Manager
Sinclair Wilson Accountants & Business Advisors
PO Box 217
WARRNAMBOOL VIC  3280
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Applications close at 5.00pm Wednesday 6th December 2017
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Be a part of Australia's independent national broadcaster $67K - $82K p.a. + choice of 15.4% super 24 Positions Various Locations
About the ABC
 
The ABC is the nation's most trusted and independent source of Australian conversations, culture, and stories. With over 4,500 employees from diverse backgrounds, based in more than 50 locations around Australia and overseas, the ABC is proud to create, curate and deliver high-quality content that informs, educates and entertains.
About ABC Regional
ABC Regional provides a national voice for the one third of Australians who live outside our capital cities. At a time when the regional presence of commercial media is shrinking, the ABC’s role is more important than ever. ABC Regional’s more than 400 staff prepare and present almost 1,000 hours of live local programming every week, while linking the stories, people and conversations of regional communities to local, national and international audiences through broadcast, online and mobile services.
About the Role
We are on the hunt for 24 accomplished reporters to join our dedicated and experienced local teams located in Bega, Lismore (x2), Port Macquarie (x2), Dubbo, Orange, Wollongong, Bundaberg, Mackay, Maroochydore, Mount Isa, Mount Gambier, Port Lincoln, Renmark, Bendigo, Sale, Shepparton, Warrnambool, Wodonga, Geraldton, Kalgoorlie, Karratha, Kununurra. The role involves some shift and weekend work.
You'll work across television, online and radio and be able to adapt your craft skills across platforms. Collaboratively work with the local team and contribute to coverage for audiences in the region and across the country.
Create accurate, concise and clear news content Deliver digital news content, radio news bulletins, Q&A’s, interviews and packages
About You
To join this team you will need to be a highly motivated News Reporter and a positive team member with a good knowledge of local and national news issues.
Proven reporting, research and broadcast skills Experience in television reporting, video journalism or video news production Experience in producing digital news and social media content You will have a history of developing contacts and breaking news A self-starter, able to work effectively in a small team Embrace the brief to deliver agenda setting coverage Can exercise sound editorial judgement, making immediate and strong decisions under pressure
For an overview of the role, please refer to the position description: Reporter News x 24 - PD.pdf
We would love to see your work! Please submit material with your application online (include examples, links to websites or attach audio/video files up to 5MB).
For more information on working at the ABC visit abc.net.au/careers
If you have any questions related to this position please email *****@abc.net.au + click to reveal
Applications Close: 3 December 2017
Recruitment Agency applications will not be accepted.
The ABC strives for equity and diversity in the workplace, and to promote a culture of opportunity. Through its services the ABC seeks to represent, connect and engage with all of the Australian community. In line with our focus on diversity, applications are strongly encouraged from Indigenous Australians, people from a range of cultural and linguistic backgrounds and people with disabilities. The ABC also aims to achieve a gender-balanced workforce.
 
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About the Governance & Legal Services Department
This department is part of our Office of the Chief Executive Division, and is responsible for the provision of specialist legal advice, good governance, internal audit and high-level support to the Mayor and Councillors, ensuring Council operates as efficiently and effectively as possible.

About the role
As the Team Support Officer, you’ll be in charge of proactively supporting the Mayor & Councillor Support team with a range of tasks aimed at ensuring the team is as productive as they can be.

Key responsibilities
Role model and promote Council values in all aspects of duty. Undertake a range of operational tasks including screening and directing calls, assisting in the preparation for a range of meetings, processing invoices for payments, preparing reports related to expenditure for approval, and providing administration support to other members of the Unit. Conduct research for speeches and briefing notes to be used by stakeholders to the highest level. Provide events and functions support including issuing invitations, recording RSVPs and ‘on-the-day’ support to staff and guests. Assist in managing incoming correspondence, requests and invitations. Create and manage internal systems to ensure that operational requirements are met. Key selection criteria
Proactive, positive and happy to ‘pitch in’ . Good organisational skills and the ability to prioritise work. Experience using MS Office. Well-developed communication skills enabling effective and appropriate interface with a range of key stakeholders. Above-standard written skills with the ability to draft correspondence and briefing notes. Commitment to a process of continuous improvement. About the City
As Victoria's largest regional municipality, the City provides the benefits of city living in a beautiful seaside location - all only 1 hour from Melbourne. We enjoy an open and inclusive culture with great employment conditions, competitive salaries, flexible work arrangements, paid parental leave, and many varied learning and development opportunities. The City is an equal opportunity employer and values the contributions a diverse workforce can bring to our community.
Applications and Enquiries
Click the Position Description link to view more information about this position. Applicants must address the Key Selection Criteria.
Enquiries: Jake Brown | *****55 + click to reveal | *****@geelongcity.vic.gov.au + click to reveal
Applications close 5:00pm Friday 1 December 2017.
Position Description
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About the Healthy Communities Department
This department is part of our Community Life Division, and is responsible for the provision of preventative health programs through the implementation of the Municipal Public Health and Wellbeing Plan.

About the role
This position is responsible for Municipal Health and Well Being Plan development and implementation to achieve equitable health outcomes.

Key responsibilities
Role model and promote Council values in all aspects of duty. Coordinate the Health Equity and Planning Unit to deliver a range of preventive health initiatives that respond to Municipal Public Health and Wellbeing Plan priorities. Partner to initiate and coordinate community level prevention actions that address the determinants of health and result in health equity given health differentials arising from place, life stage, gender, disability, multicultural and Aboriginal experiences. Increase the health literacy of the community so community members gain access to, understand and use information in ways which promote and maintain good health. Support and promote evidence based practice and evaluation. Establish an annual budget for Healthy Communities, monitor and report according to agreed protocols. Support the Unit to comply with Council’s policies and values. Key selection criteria

Knowledge of public health policy and health promotion practice within local government settings. Evidence of participation in effective partnerships both within and across organisations to achieve systemic health and health equity outcomes. Demonstrated ability to provide leadership and supervision to staff, volunteers and community members in the implementation of health prevention and health literacy initiatives. Knowledge of effective health literacy interventions that promote and maintain good health. Experience in project evaluation. Working with Children Check. About the City
As Victoria's largest regional municipality, the City provides the benefits of city living in a beautiful seaside location - all only 1 hour from Melbourne. We enjoy an open and inclusive culture with great employment conditions, competitive salaries, flexible work arrangements, paid parental leave, and many varied learning and development opportunities. The City is an equal opportunity employer and values the contributions a diverse workforce can bring to our community.

Applications and Enquiries
Click the Position Description link to view more information about this position. Applicants must address the Key Selection Criteria.

Enquiries: Fiona Reidy | *****09 + click to reveal | *****@geelongcity.vic.gov.au + click to reveal

Applications close 5:00pm Friday 1 December 2017.
Position Description
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The Company:
This leading Australian Industry Fund has a sterling reputation for providing quality holistic advice to its largely affluent member base. In addition to providing top quartile returns to members it also has an attractive risk offering that allows it to deliver tailored advice solutions to customers that typically demonstrate complex advice needs. In addition it has recently recalibrated its offering to service the growing SMSF segment.

Support systems include complete diary management, team administration and Paraplanning allowing Financial Planners to spend the vast majority in front of clients delivering advice without being restricted by cumbersome administration. They offer an attractive remuneration structure on both a fixed and variable basis and extensive career pathways for people seeking new challenges and who can demonstrate the required attributes.

Key role responsibilities:
Collaborate with the limited advice team to identify opportunities and provide holistic wealth advice to customers with a variety of wealth needs. Clients are typically individuals and families demonstrating wealth needs across Risk, Investments, Superannuation and Estate Planning Undertake quality consultative conversations with clients to understand their needs and provide personalised financial advice. Assist clients with often complex decisions around the best way to protect and grow their wealth and structure their investments. Active involvement in business development and new opportunity identification by prospecting internal and external networks to grow new business. Strict adherence to Risk, Compliance and Advice processes and protocols.

Key candidate requirements:
Tertiary qualifications in a related discipline and ADFP 2-3+ years’ experience in a financial planning role, preferably with exposure to retail or affluent customers. Good knowledge of TTR strategies,centrelink, managed investments products, taxation/superannuation implications and personal risk/insurance advice. High level of internal motivation and drive to meet and exceed client expectations and business performance requirements. Excellent written and verbal communication skills.

This opportunity will appeal to a motivated individual that is attracted to a strong brand with ample scope to advance your career within a highly regarded Industry Fund with a strong, positive culture.
In return, you will receive a highly competitive salary package and generous incentive scheme, as well as enjoy the excellent culture from a first-class Industry Fund that has the capacity to provide you with extensive career pathways within and beyond Financial Planning.

For a confidential discussion please call Annaleise Hudson on *****08 + click to reveal or click on the APPLY button below.
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Permanent Full Time
Chief Executive Officer
• Excellent career opportunity within Aged Care
• Work with a leading aged care provider
The Chief Executive Officer will provide advice and support to the Board, assist in the development and
implementation of strategic direction for Sunnyside House. The role demands a high level of professional knowledge,
proven administration skills and a capacity to establish sound relationships with representatives from within and
outside the Sunnyside House community.
Sunnyside House Inc. is a modern state of the art, 40 bed not for profit residential facility situated at
Camperdown in the “Lakes & Craters” area of Western Victoria. The aim of Sunnyside is to provide a place of
complete care and security in a picturesque and happy environment where residents are supervised at all
times but can still retain as much of their independence as possible. To be considered you require:
• Demonstrated experience in aged care
• Financial Managements Skills in budget development and monitoring, and ability to develop long
range financial targets.
• Excellent interpersonal skills and a commitment to excellence in residence care and staff development.
• Knowledge and understanding of the Aged Care Accreditation Standards and the aged care industry.
To apply for this unique opportunity to progress your career in this high profile, well serviced and vibrant regional
area please forward your CV and cover letter or for a confidential discussion contact Lyn Gunnell.
Consultant: Lyn Gunnell *****00 + click to reveal
Apply: *****@mercury.com.au + click to reveal
Closing Date: Sunday November 26
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Enquiries: Lyn Gunnell
Ph: *****00 + click to reveal
Applications Close: 19/11/2017
To view the position description or submit your application please click the 'Apply Now' button below.
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Bellarine Community Health (BCH) are seeking an experienced Grade 2 Paediatric Speech Pathologist to provide speech pathology services to children and their families, with an emphasis on early childhood prevention.
The successful applicant will have three (3) years experience working with children and their families on speech and language development. Providing interventions, supporting/guiding families on appropriate techniques to implement in a home environment. You will be required to work with groups of children and present information to the community setting on speech and language development.
You will quickly become apart of Bellarine Community Health's multi disciplinary Paediatric team that includes physiotherapists, occupational therapists, speech pathologists, dietitians and allied health assistants. The Child Health and Development (CHAD) team in which you will work within provide specialist primary health care services from the Drysdale site as well as providing further services in home, community and educational settings.
Key requirements:
Degree or qualification in Speech Pathology (recognised by Speech Pathology Australia) Three (3) years minimum experience working with children (0-12 years), with developmental delays and disabilities Demonstrated specialised knowledge and experience in quality service and interventions Valid drivers license National Police Check / Working with Children's Check (WWCC)
Package:
Part time hours, 2 days per week - additional upon negotiation Pay range ($36-43 per hour - dependant on qualification and years of experience) Salary packaging + Superannuation 9.5% Mentorship and supervision available Professional development internally provided + Annual $1000 CPD allowance Employee Health and Wellbeing Program
Contact us:
For further information on this opportunity please contact RWAV Recruitment, *****00 + click to reveal or *****@rwav.com.au + click to reveal
RWAV have numerous vacancies currently available, we advise you visit our website to explore new opportunities:
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Your time is now. You know your goals: gain experience, develop your skills, be valued and be recognised for your achievements.
At Coulter Roache, we want the same things. We are a business of people.
We work with interesting clients and cases, across diverse sectors and service areas. Through multiple locations in Geelong, Bellarine and the Surf Coast, we service local, regional and national client partnerships. Like us, our clients are commercially focused and set high standards for exceptional client service.
We are looking for an experienced, professional Conveyancing Manager to join our busy team in this newly created role, leading a team of paralegals to deliver high quality services to our clients.
As an experienced lawyer, with at least three years post admission experience, demonstrated attention to detail and a focus on building lasting partnerships with clients, you will manage and oversee residential and commercial conveyancing files and subdivisions.
You will work closely with our Marketing and Business Systems teams to build a continuous improvement culture with a focus on streamlining and creating efficient processes to continue to build the business.
Your leadership style is to share your knowledge and experience to develop the skills and experience of the team.  You will also work closely with the Corporate and Commercial team on property development matters where required.
To apply, please email your application letter and resume to our General Manager, Belinda Perisic, at *****@coulterroache.com.au   + click to reveal
Coulter Roache values diversity, enables access and promotes inclusion.
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Financial Accountant - Permanent position in Geelong with a National Organisation. Planned career progression
This Geelong based organisation delivers expert specialist services to their clientele across multiple states; with a progressive business nature they are experiencing rapid growth. They are now calling for an experienced and team focused Financial Accountant to support their business strategy, this is a great opportunity to advance your career into a large Geelong based finance team.
Reporting to the Chief Accountant you will be an integral part of a well structured finance team, a technically astute Financial Accountant with proven previous exposure to a commercial environment.
Qualified or near-Qualified, your experience will be highly valued as you identify system & process improvement opportunities. Technically, your daily deliverables will be the preparation of the monthly financials & ensuring the integrity of the GL, variance analysis, assist with monthly KPI reporting and taxation (including FBT, BAS & GST).
You will have excellent attention to detail, be results driven, possess sound verbal and written communication skills along with a strong work ethic. A solid working knowledge of excel is a must with experience using a larger ERP an advantage.
For more information please contact Adam Swinton on *****00 + click to reveal or email *****@hays.com.au. + click to reveal