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Little Zak’s Academy is privately owned and family run and our aim is to provide early childhood care and education in a safe, welcoming, adopting and nurturing environment.
Our staff are dedicated professionals who value the importance of maintaining an optimum level of care and education for all children. We select out staff based on knowledge and values, vision for children and learning, and commitment to families.
We are looking for apassionate and dedicated ECT Qualified Room Leader to join our team at our Centre in Brookvale!
Working in a state of the art, technologically advanced centre you will be responsible for:
  • Creating and maintaining a fun, safe, healthy, productive and effective learning environment.
  • Creating and maintaining excellent relationships with children, families, carers and staff.
  • Developing and implementing the educational program and achieving quality learning outcomes.
  • Mentoring and developing staff.
  • Ensuring compliance with routines, policies, processes and practices.
The successful candidate will have:
  • An ECT level Child Care Educator qualification.
  • Confidence and leadership ability.
  • Excellent communication skills.
  • Experience documenting learning outcomes.
  • Passion, enthusiasm and a strong commitment to high quality care.
  • A working knowledge of the New Quality Framework, EYLF and NQS.
  • Current First-Aid Certificate, Asthma and Anaphylaxis training.
  • The desire to make a positive contribution to a professional, collaborative and focused team.
This is a full time position with a rotating roster. Little Zak’s offers a negotiable salary, onsite parking, complimentary uniform and a supportive environment where you can grow your career.
If you are interested in a fantastic career move please apply now.
Email Applications also accepted, Job ID 787803: *****@littlezaks.com.au + click to reveal
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Little Zak’s Academy is privately owned and family run and our aim is to provide early childhood care and education in a safe, welcoming, adopting and nurturing environment.
Our staff are dedicated professionals who value the importance of maintaining an optimum level of care and education for all children. We select out staff based on knowledge and values, vision for children and learning, and commitment to families.
We are looking for apassionate and dedicated ECT Qualified Room Leader to join our team at our Centre in Brookvale!
Working in a state of the art, technologically advanced centre you will be responsible for:
  • Creating and maintaining a fun, safe, healthy, productive and effective learning environment.
  • Creating and maintaining excellent relationships with children, families, carers and staff.
  • Developing and implementing the educational program and achieving quality learning outcomes.
  • Mentoring and developing staff.
  • Ensuring compliance with routines, policies, processes and practices.
The successful candidate will have:
  • An ECT level Child Care Educator qualification.
  • Confidence and leadership ability.
  • Excellent communication skills.
  • Experience documenting learning outcomes.
  • Passion, enthusiasm and a strong commitment to high quality care.
  • A working knowledge of the New Quality Framework, EYLF and NQS.
  • Current First-Aid Certificate, Asthma and Anaphylaxis training.
  • The desire to make a positive contribution to a professional, collaborative and focused team.
This is a full time position with a rotating roster. Little Zak’s offers a negotiable salary, onsite parking, complimentary uniform and a supportive environment where you can grow your career.
If you are interested in a fantastic career move please apply now.
Email Applications also accepted, Job ID 789609: *****@littlezaks.com.au + click to reveal
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Little Zak’s Academy is privately owned and family run and our aim is to provide early childhood care and education in a safe, welcoming, adopting and nurturing environment.
Our staff are dedicated professionals who value the importance of maintaining an optimum level of care and education for all children. We select out staff based on knowledge and values, vision for children and learning, and commitment to families.
We are looking for apassionate and dedicated Diploma or ECT Qualified Room Leader to join our team in EPPING!
Working in a state of the art, technologically advanced centre you will be responsible for:
  • Creating and maintaining a fun, safe, healthy, productive and effective learning environment.
  • Creating and maintaining excellent relationships with children, families, carers and staff.
  • Developing and implementing the educational program and achieving quality learning outcomes.
  • Mentoring and developing staff.
  • Ensuring compliance with routines, policies, processes and practices.
The successful candidate will have:
  • ADiploma/ECT level Child Care Educator qualification.
  • Confidence and leadership ability.
  • Excellent communication skills.
  • Experience documenting learning outcomes.
  • Passion, enthusiasm and a strong commitment to high quality care.
  • A working knowledge of the New Quality Framework, EYLF and NQS.
  • Current First-Aid Certificate, Asthma and Anaphylaxis training.
  • The desire to make a positive contribution to a professional, collaborative and focused team.
This is a full time position with a rotating roster. Little Zak’s offers a negotiable salary, onsite parking, complimentary uniform and a supportive environment where you can grow your career.
If you are interested in a fantastic career move please apply now.
Email Applications also accepted, Job ID 781166: *****@littlezaks.com.au + click to reveal
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Little Zak’s Academy is privately owned and family run and our aim is to provide early childhood care and education in a safe, welcoming, adopting and nurturing environment.
Our staff are dedicated professionals who value the importance of maintaining an optimum level of care and education for all children. We select out staff based on knowledge and values, vision for children and learning, and commitment to families.
We are looking for apassionate and dedicated Diploma or ECT Qualified Room Leader to join our team at our Centre in Epping!
Working in a state of the art, technologically advanced centre you will be responsible for:
  • Creating and maintaining a fun, safe, healthy, productive and effective learning environment.
  • Creating and maintaining excellent relationships with children, families, carers and staff.
  • Developing and implementing the educational program and achieving quality learning outcomes.
  • Mentoring and developing staff.
  • Ensuring compliance with routines, policies, processes and practices.
The successful candidate will have:
  • ADiploma/ECT level Child Care Educator qualification.
  • Confidence and leadership ability.
  • Excellent communication skills.
  • Experience documenting learning outcomes.
  • Passion, enthusiasm and a strong commitment to high quality care.
  • A working knowledge of the New Quality Framework, EYLF and NQS.
  • Current First-Aid Certificate, Asthma and Anaphylaxis training.
  • The desire to make a positive contribution to a professional, collaborative and focused team.
This is a full time position with a rotating roster. Little Zak’s offers a negotiable salary, onsite parking, complimentary uniform and a supportive environment where you can grow your career.
If you are interested in a fantastic career move please apply now.
Email Applications also accepted, Job ID 788691: *****@littlezaks.com.au + click to reveal
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Senior Training Consultant
 
Highly respected not for profit Makes a difference in the lives of children Full time permanent opportunity with fantastic benefits
 
The Australian Childhood Foundation (ACF) has developed a reputation for providing high quality education and training programs for a range of professionals on child abuse, trauma and related issues.  It is a Registered Training Organisation (TOID 22094) and has also hosted a number of national child abuse and child trauma conferences. Through its Professional Education Services, the Foundation aims to:
promote the use of trauma based, child-centred practices by professionals working with traumatised children and young people; improve the response by professionals and others in the community to children and young people who have experienced abuse or violence related trauma and their families; support organisations to provide child safe environments; and; disseminate up to date research about best practice in child abuse prevention, identification and protection.
ACF currently runs state-wide professional education programs to education, child protection and out of home care workforces.  It also delivers an annual professional education calendar and tailored packages of training on request. As a Registered Training Provider, ACF also runs a range of accredited courses including the Graduate Certificate in Developmental Trauma.  ACF also provides a range of training programs to organisations about the creation of child safe environments. 
We are seeking a trainer with experience in working with abused and traumatised children, young people or their families to join our multidisciplinary training team.   Due to the national nature of the program, interstate travel will be required.
Your duties will include:
Delivery of training, as determined by the National Manager- Professional Education Services, or delegates, in the area of childhood or developmental trauma, child protection practice and child abuse to professionals from the child protection, health, education and welfare sectors and organisations from a range of fields seeking to promote child safe environments.  Pro-actively promote appropriate education and training programs to community and professional groups. Assist in the development of an annual calendar of educational and training programs for Australian Childhood Foundation. Assist in the delivery of community education sessions on behalf of the Australian Childhood Foundation. Liaise with other professional agencies in developing tailored training programs on issues related to child abuse and trauma, child protection practice and therapeutic interventions with children. Liaise with key stakeholders and other professional agencies in developing and strengthening regional linkages between services in relevant sectors. Raise the profile of all Australian Childhood Foundation programs in a range of forums, including organisational consultation and professional education and training.
About you:
An appropriate tertiary qualification in Psychology, Social Work, Occupational Therapy or a related discipline.  Eligibility for membership of the relevant professional association. Certificate IV in Training and Assessment (TAE40110) or equivalent. Demonstrated knowledge of trauma, attachment and neurobiology frameworks and theories. Capacity to articulate and relate theory to practice in a training environment. Substantial experience in the area of child abuse, child protection and/or in working with traumatised children. Demonstrated ability to work in a culturally safe and sensitive way. Demonstrated competence in developing and delivering professional education to groups of professionals, including delivery and assessment of accredited training. Demonstrated capacity to communicate effectively to a range of professionals, stakeholders and agencies. A strong and flexible team oriented approach to the program. Personal values consistent with the values of the organisation. A current Working with Children Check or equivalent. A current Australian driver's licence.
Remuneration & Benefits:  The salary for these roles consists of a competitive base salary + superannuation + salary packaging + Surface Pro + Mobile Phone.  The salary is determined on the basis of the employee's experience and qualifications.  In joining a strong, values based organisation, you will also have access to:
An additional $3000 for a Masters degree/$5000 for a Doctorate in a relevant discipline Professional Development (up to $1000 (pro-rata) per year) Employee Assistance Program
To apply:
To apply email Georgia Pattison at *****@childhood.org.au + click to reveal for a copy of the position description.
Then forward a copy of your current resume along with a cover letter addressing each of the Key Selection Criteria (located in the Position Description) to *****@childhood.org.au + click to reveal
Or for more information about the role please contact Georgia Pattison – HR Program Manager on *****66. + click to reveal
Applications will be assessed and continued until the right candidates are sought, no close date will be issued, if you are interested please apply as soon as practicable.
 
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About the business and the role
Tradewind is a specialist education recruitment agency. We pride ourselves on our friendly, professional service to both our schools and our teachers. We work with schools across Melbourne, including State, Private and Independent. We are seeking secondary teachers in the Williamstown area. We value our teachers and offer a variety of opportunities, including professional development sessions, helping you to progress your career.
Job tasks and responsibilities
We work with a range of schools in Melbourne, and currently have opportunities within our client schools in Melbourne.
We are looking for VIT registered teachers who are dedicated to providing their best teaching skills to students in these areas.
Skills and experience
New graduates, as well as experienced teachers are welcome to apply.
You must be a VIT registered teacher and having access to a vehicle will make your day to day life easier, however if you are on public transport we can help cater to you also!
We will need to contact Principal class referees for experienced teachers, or mentor teachers for new graduates.
Job benefits and perks
Day-to-day casual relief work and potential contracts $300 per day + superannuation No joining or administration fees Flexibility to choose when and where you work Friendly and helpful consultants Professional development opportunities International teaching opportunities
Simply click Apply now if this role sounds like you, or call *****95 + click to reveal if you have any questions. Alternatively if you have a friend you think this role would suit, please pass them our details. You could earn yourself a $100 Myer/Coles voucher simply by referring a friend to us.
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Lecturer / Senior Lecturer (Kronhill Lecturer in East European Jewish History)
Job No.: 571345
Faculty / Portfolio: Faculty of Arts
School of Philosophical, Historical and International Studies
Australian Centre for Jewish Civilisation
Location: Caulfield campus
Employment Type: Full-time 
Duration: Continuing appointment
Remuneration: $95,297 - $113,166 pa Level B /
$116,737 - $134,606 pa Level C
(plus 17% employer superannuation)
Be inspired, every day Drive your own learning at one of the world’s top 80 universities Take your career in exciting, rewarding directions
Everyone needs a platform to launch a satisfying career. At Monash, we give you the space and support to take your career in all kinds of exciting new directions. You’ll have access to quality research, infrastructure and learning facilities, opportunities to collaborate internationally, as well as the grants you’ll need to publish your work. We’re a university full of energetic and enthusiastic minds, driven to challenge what’s expected, expand what we know, and learn from other inspiring, empowering thinkers.
The Opportunity
This position will strengthen the Centre's existing undergraduate program across diverse areas and to initiate new units in areas of high enrolment potential; develop innovative research projects; identify and apply for external research grants; and build a profile to attract postgraduate research students nationally and internationally.
The successful candidate will have a research specialisation in East European Jewish history, with knowledge of relevant languages, and a broad grounding in Jewish studies which includes Modern Israel and its Middle East context. A primary requirement is track record in research. 
This position will provide balance and flexibility to teaching and research capacity within the Australian Centre for Jewish Civilisation. The candidate may also make contributions to administrative service, commensurate with expertise and experience, within the Department and/or School.
If you believe you fit this profile, we look forward to receiving your application.
These roles are full-time positions; however, flexible working arrangements may be negotiated.
Your application must address the selection criteria. Please refer to "How to apply for Monash jobs"
Enquiries
Professor Andrew Markus, Director of the Australian Centre for Jewish Civilisation, *****@monash.edu + click to reveal
Position Description
 PD Lecturer Modern Jewish History
 PD Senior Lecturer Modern Jewish History
Closing Date
Sunday 11 February 2018, 11.55pm AEDT
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Contribute to the development and implementation of the Bachelor of Speech Pathology Theoretical and clinical teaching and research Part-time continuing Lecturer (0.9 FTE) or Senior Lecturer (0.7 FTE) based in North Sydney
Australian Catholic University (ACU) is an inclusive community which welcomes students and staff of all beliefs. ACU has over 2,500 staff supporting more than 34,000 students across eight campuses – Adelaide, Ballarat, Brisbane, Canberra, Melbourne, North Sydney, Strathfield and Rome.
As valued members of our community, all staff members are expected to have an understanding of ACU’s mission and values and to demonstrate an active contribution to them.
The National School of Allied Health is located across five campuses.  The Bachelor of Speech Pathology Program began in Melbourne and Sydney in 2013 with Brisbane commencing in 2014. The embedded honours program began in 2015. Our program is unique in Australia and involves a combination of six inter-professional units, fifteen speech pathology theoretical units and seven professional practice units.
As a Lecturer or Senior Lecturer in Speech Pathology you will contribute to the development and implementation of the Bachelor of Speech Pathology through theoretical and clinical teaching and research.
You will:
co-ordinate the professional/clinical education components of the undergraduate program at local level teach and assess at undergraduate level participate in School, Faculty and University committees and related activities commit to professional activities outside the University and build effective partnerships assist in the administration, development and integration of units.
This position involves child-related employment and a Working with Children clearance will be required.
You will also need to demonstrate:
possession of a degree in Speech Pathology (Bachelor minimum) coupled with advanced knowledge or practice demonstrated in significant clinical experience, teaching experience (including clinical education) and/or a higher degree (i.e. Masters, PhD or equivalent) eligibility for membership of Speech Pathology Australia ability to show commitment with integrity to the Catholic Identity, Mission and ethos of the University capacity to implement effective teaching and learning in higher education.
 
How to Apply:
Obtain the Position Description (PD Lecturer or Senior Lecturer in Speech Pathology.pdf).  Applicants are expected to address all selection criteria listed in the position description. To apply for this role click the "Apply" link below. Visit Hints and Tips on how to apply.
Total remuneration valued to $114,172 - $134,629 pro rata per annum, including salary component $96,477 - $113,908 pro rata per annum (for Lecturer, Academic Classification Level B), OR $142,789 - $155,030 total remuneration (pro-rata) per annum, including salary component $120,882 - $131,344 pro rata per annum (for Senior Lecturer, Academic Classification Level C), plus employer contribution to superannuation and annual leave loading.
General enquiries can be directed to Associate Professor Elspeth Froude, Deputy Head of School of Allied Health (North Sydney) via email to *****@acu.edu.au + click to reveal 
Only candidates with the right to work in Australia may apply for this position.
Equal Opportunity and Privacy of personal information is University policy. For more details visit www.acu.edu.au/careers
ACU is committed to diversity and social inclusion in its employment practices. Applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, people with disabilities and people from culturally diverse groups are encouraged.
APPLICATIONS CLOSE: Tuesday 23 January 2018
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Contribute to the development and implementation of the Bachelor of Speech Pathology Theoretical and clinical teaching and research Full-time, fixed term opportunity until October 2018 based in North Sydney
 
Australian Catholic University (ACU) is an inclusive community which welcomes students and staff of all beliefs. ACU has over 2,500 staff supporting more than 34,000 students across eight campuses – Adelaide, Ballarat, Brisbane, Canberra, Melbourne, North Sydney, Strathfield and Rome.
As valued members of our community, all staff members are expected to have an understanding of ACU’s mission and values and to demonstrate an active contribution to them.
The National School of Allied Health is located across five campuses.  The Bachelor of Speech Pathology Program began in Melbourne and Sydney in 2013 with Brisbane commencing in 2014. The embedded honours program began in 2015. Our program is unique in Australia and involves a combination of six inter-professional units, fifteen speech pathology theoretical units and seven professional practice units.
As a Lecturer in Speech Pathology you will contribute to the development and implementation of the Bachelor of Speech Pathology through theoretical and clinical teaching and research.
You will:
teach and assess at undergraduate level in a number of areas participate in School, Faculty and University committees and related activities commit to professional activities outside the University and build effective partnerships assist in the administration, development and integration of units.
This position involves child-related employment and a Working with Children clearance will be required.
You will also need to demonstrate:
possession of a degree in Speech Pathology (Bachelor minimum), coupled with  advanced knowledge or practice demonstrated in  significant clinical experience, teaching experience (including clinical education) and/or  a higher degree (e.g. Masters or PhD) eligibility for membership of Speech Pathology Australia ability to show commitment with integrity to the Catholic Identity, Mission and ethos of the University capacity to implement effective teaching and learning in higher education.
 
How to Apply:
Obtain the Position Description (PD Lecturer in Speech Pathology.pdf).  Applicants are expected to address all selection criteria listed in the position description. To apply for this role click the "Apply" link below. Visit Hints and Tips on how to apply.
Total remuneration valued to $114,172 - $134,629 (pro rata) per annum, including salary component $96,477 - $113,908 (pro rata) per annum (Academic Classification Level B), plus employer contribution to superannuation and annual leave loading.
General enquiries can be directed to Associate Professor Elspeth Froude, Deputy Head of School of Allied Health (North Sydney) via email to *****@acu.edu.au + click to reveal 
Only candidates with the right to work in Australia may apply for this position.
Equal Opportunity and Privacy of personal information is University policy. For more details visit www.acu.edu.au/careers 
ACU is committed to diversity and social inclusion in its employment practices. Applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, people with disabilities and people from culturally diverse groups are encouraged.
APPLICATIONS CLOSE: Tuesday 23 January 2018
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Provide lectures, tutorials and laboratory classes within the School of Nursing, Midwifery and Paramedicine Contribute to scholarship within the discipline of nursing and/or learning and teaching 3 Full-time, Continuing positions available at our MacKillop Campus in North Sydney
Australian Catholic University (ACU) is an inclusive community which welcomes students and staff of all beliefs. ACU has over 2,500 staff supporting more than 34,000 students across eight campuses – Adelaide, Ballarat, Brisbane, Canberra, Melbourne, North Sydney, Strathfield and Rome.
As valued members of our community, all staff members are expected to have an understanding of ACU’s mission and values and to demonstrate an active contribution to them.
The School of Nursing, Midwifery and Paramedicine NSW / ACT comprises a team of highly motivated and dedicated academic and professional staff who have built a strong teaching and learning environment as evidenced by student demand, entry levels, and student course experience evaluation over several years.
As a Lecturer in Nursing you will develop and provide lecture, tutorial and laboratory classes in relevant subjects and contribute to the teaching performance of the School of Nursing, Midwifery and Paramedicine.
Your role will include:
teaching and assessing undergraduate / postgraduate level students as appropriate, including subject coordination contribute to the supervision of Honours, Masters and / or PhD by coursework students contributing to scholarship within the discipline and participating in campus and university committees involvement with professional activities within and outside the university.
Ideally you will be able to teach in the area of Indigenous health, medical / surgical nursing, ethics, palliative care, aged care, evidence based practice and / or acute care although other areas of expertise will be considered.  You will also need to demonstrate:
a Doctorate (or substantial progress towards a Doctorate) in Nursing tertiary teaching experience commitment with integrity to the Catholic Identity, Mission and ethos of the University. current registration with AHPRA as a Registered Nurse
The University pursues an excellence agenda and offers an environment where staff are welcomed and safe, and valued through development, participation and involvement.
 
How to Apply:
Obtain the Position Description PD Lecturer in Nursing.pdf  Applicants are expected to address all selection criteria listed in the position description, as well as indicating if they are applying for a full-time or part-time role. To apply please click the "Apply" link below. Visit Hints and Tips on how to apply.
Total remuneration valued to $114,172 - $136,629 pa, including salary component $96,477 - $113,908 pa (Academic Classification Level B), employer contribution to superannuation and annual leave loading.
General enquiries can be directed to Associate Professor Johnson, State Head of School of Nursing, Midwifery & Paramedicine NSW/ACT on *****96 + click to reveal or via email to *****@acu.edu.au + click to reveal 
Only candidates with the right to work in Australia may apply for this position.
Equal Opportunity and Privacy of personal information is University policy. For more details visit www.acu.edu.au/careers
ACU is committed to diversity and social inclusion in its employment practices. Applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, people with disabilities and people from culturally diverse groups are encouraged.
 
APPLICATIONS CLOSE:  Monday 29 January 2018
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Start Training is an established Registered Training Organisation (RTO) delivering high quality, fee for service training and assessment services to the warehousing and construction industries in Victoria. We have experienced strong growth in all areas and require additional trainers. Our emphasis is on providing an exceptional learning experience for our students and we consistently receive top reviews from our students online and on social media. Our students come from diverse backgrounds, and include those who are new to the industry and looking to develop new skills, as well as those who already have extensive industry experience.
We are seeking a full time Trainer and Assessor at our Ferntree Gully Facility for Working at Heights and High Risk Licensing including Elevated Work Platforms (EWP's) and Forklift's. 
 
Applicants must have;
A strong background in Working at Heights, A strong background in the use of Elevating Work Platforms, A strong background in the use of Forklift operations, TAE Certificate IV in Training and Assessment, or willingness to obtain these Extensive industry skills and knowledge Excellent communication and organisational skills Empathy and understanding of student needs, and be passionate about conveying their skills to students Experience in other areas including earthworks, confined spaces and traffic management would be desirable 
Applicants must have held licences in their areas of expertise for a minimum of two years.  
The training will be predominantly located at our training centre in Ferntree Gully with occasional training at our Hoppers Crossing facility.   
A current valid driver's licence, police check, First Aid Certificate and Working with Children Card will be needed.
Please send your resume, including a cover letter to Kris Inkster, by Monday 12 February 2018
Kris Inkster
Start Training
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Are you looking for a role that offers job satisfaction plus professional development opportunities?
Are you looking for an opportunity where both your life skills and professional skills are valued?
  Does this sound like you? The Therapy team at Allambie Heights is looking for an experience social worker to support our families and clients, if you're up for the challenge – apply now!
  If you’re considering taking the next step along your career path with the Cerebral Palsy Alliance (CPA), we’ll give you every opportunity to progressively take on more responsibility within the role, while ensuring you still receive the assistance you need. You will actively model and support family-centred practices, and will be confident in troubleshooting complex cases.
This role is a part-time permanent position. You will be part of a professional multidisciplinary team located in Allambie Heights and will be required to travel within the Sydney Metropolitan area in this role.
Our therapy services are based around a client and family-centred philosophy, in which all team members collaborate to work towards the goals identified by our clients and their families. The successful candidate will possess strong professional and ethical values that align with this philosophy.  
Who are we?
At Cerebral Palsy Alliance (CPA) we pride ourselves on our high-quality family-centred therapies, life skills programs, equipment and support for people living with cerebral palsy and their families. Our priority is to support people living with cerebral palsy to lead an independent and inclusive life.
Our employees continually rate us as one of the best employers in Australia. They recognise and appreciate that our organisation is driven by its values – integrity, passion, excellence, courage and respect.
What do we offer?
a competitive salary and benefits package (including generous salary packaging options) all of the support you need from your network of colleagues and managers ongoing professional development and career advancement opportunities every opportunity to develop and use your initiative to benefit your clients interesting, varied and satisfying work. 
What will you bring to the role? 
relevant tertiary qualifications in social work or equivalent eligibility for membership with AASW for the higher-level role, experience working with clients living with a disability the capacity to work independently and as part of a team demonstrated ability to foster community and service networking opportunities a good understanding of the rights of people with a disability a commitment to making a difference in individuals’ lives current driver’s licence the ability to travel within the Sydney Metropolitan Area Working With Children Check, or willingness to obtain upon joining. 
How to apply
As part of the application process, you will need to respond to the full selection criteria and upload your resume. Apply now to complete your application. 
Note: this role is a level 9 (2.1) - depending on experience within the Cerebral Palsy Alliance Allied Health and Related Services role family.
Enquiries: Michael Ho
Ph: *****15 + click to reveal
Applications Close: 16/02/2018
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Full time 37.5 hours per week (required to work one evening per week) Based in Joondalup Values driven organisation Family-friendly environment
 
Connect and be connected. Be united by our commitment to our mission and our ambition to reach further. Working on the front-line, you'll make a direct impact to the lives of families and communities. This role isn't for just anyone. It requires hard work, resilience, a creative approach and commitment to best practice in your field. Every person, every family and every community is different and we need people who are proactive and flexible to adapt to these changing environments. In return for your effort and dedication, we provide the support of an inclusive and welcoming community which encourages best practice – a community that really does make a challenging job easier.
 
About the role
Be part of a multidisciplinary team that focuses on customer service at the forefront of what they do while providing counselling to individuals, couples, children, and families with the scope to promote and deliver education programs. It is important that you maintain professional documentation and administrative systems as well as remaining abreast of professional trends and literature relevant to counselling.
 
To be successful you will have the following skills and experience:
Tertiary degree in Social Work, Psychology, Social Science, Counselling and/or Masters in related discipline Eligibility for professional association membership Counselling skills and experience with individuals, couples, children, and families Experience in working with multidisciplinary teams Knowledge of current theories, practice and literature in individual, relationship and family counselling Employs an ethical and professional approach to practice Ability to articulate and reflect upon personal and professional practice and values Ability to work independently, manage time well and be able to be flexible around working times and locations Excellent skills in written, oral and interpersonal communication Ability and experience running groups (desirable)
Additional skills and experience required for level 6:
Senior clinician therapist with specialist expertise in relevant practice to the position
 
The successful candidate must possess a current National Police Clearance valid within one year, a WA Working with Children check and a WA Drivers Licence.
 
Remuneration
$69,665 - $79,028 full time salary range per annum pro rata + 9.5% superannuation In addition to your remuneration, you will enjoy generous tax-free salary packaging benefits where you can package up to $15,900 per annum and not pay tax on that amount
 
To be considered, applications must include a current detailed resume and covering letter.  To apply, please click on the apply button and follow the prompts.
 
For further information please contact Nicola Hastle, Service Coordinator and Supervisor at Joondalup, on *****11. + click to reveal
 
Applications close 4pm Wednesday 31 January 2018
   
Anglicare WA promotes a working environment that values diversity and inclusion and we strongly encourage applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, people from culturally diverse backgrounds and people with a disability. If you have any support or access requirements, we encourage you to advise us at time of application.
 
Unsolicited referrals from recruitment agencies will not be accepted.
 
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We are a WA owned and operated company, who currently have vacancies for Qualified Educators.
 
The successful applicant will:
•             Hold a Diploma In Early Childhood Education
•             Hold a current Working With Children Check
•             Hold a Current First Aid and Asthma and Anaphylaxis Certificate
•             Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of The Early Years Learning Framework
•             Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of The National Quality Standards
•             Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of The Reggio Emilia Approach
•             Be able to work independently
 
Please send your resume and cover letter explaining your suitability to this position to Danielle at *****@careforkidswa.net.au + click to reveal
 
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We are a well established professional recruitment agency looking to add a new Consultant to one of our teams. Following an extensive induction program join two Recruiters, one with 14 yrs experience and the other with 6 yrs, and benefit from full and ongoing training in the skills of specialist recruitment in a high end sector.
Effectively you would consult to professional candidates and clients across Australia, developing strong consultative sales skills. If you enjoy communicating with people, negotiation, persuasion, understanding the psychology of people, assisting in strategic career decisions, providing feedback and learning about an industry in depth you will enjoy this industry.
We offer a base and strong commission structure, leave and employee entitlements with a clear career path available. We have an interesting flexible work environment with a focused yet lighthearted culture. Many of us have been here for years (a number of us are ex-teachers!).  
For more details on the company, role, training and structure provided please email your CV (or contact details) to *****@personnelconcept.com.au + click to reveal
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We are a well established professional recruitment agency looking to add a new Consultant to one of our teams. Following an extensive induction program join two Recruiters, one with 14 yrs experience and the other with 6 yrs, and benefit from full and ongoing training in the skills of specialist recruitment in a high end sector.
Effectively you would consult to professional candidates and clients across Australia, developing strong consultative sales skills. If you enjoy communicating with people, negotiation, persuasion, understanding the psychology of people, assisting in strategic career decisions, providing feedback and learning about an industry in depth you will enjoy this industry.
We offer a base and strong commission structure, leave and employee entitlements with a clear career path available. We have an interesting flexible work environment with a focused yet lighthearted culture. Many of us have been here for years (a number of us are ex-teachers!).  
For more details on the company, role, training and structure provided please email your CV (or contact details) to *****@personnelconcept.com.au + click to reveal
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Tugulawa Early Education is a well-established, non-profit 59 place centre that has been serving the Bulimba community since 1942. 
Tugulawa provides education and care for children from 6 months to 5 years of age from 7.30am to 5.30pm Monday to Friday.  We have created a special place for young children where we can support them in their early learning journey.
We are seeking a very special Educator, who has experience and holds either a Certificate III or Diploma to work in an 'on call' casual basis to supplement our existing team. The successful applicant must be available for up to 40 hours per week, and be available for last minute shifts.
To be considered for this role you must have:
A qualification of a Certificate III or Diploma as recognised by ACECQA; Have a strong commitment to professionalism and early childhood education; A good understanding of ICT (experience with Storypark preferred but not essential); Exceptional communication skills both verbal and written; The ability to warmly and professionally communicate with young children and their families; Be reflective and undertake professional conversations with colleagues; Knowledge of the Early Years Learning Framework, the National Regulations and the National Quality Framework; A current BlueCard (working with children check); First Aid qualifications including anaphylaxis and asthma management training.
In return we will offer you:
Unwavering support from experienced Centre management; Small class sizes; Professional uniforms supplied; Closure period over the Christmas/New Year Holidays for 3 weeks; Tenure bonus of 3% above the award, paid on top of the hourly rate after the first 2 years of service; Paid First Aid, Anaphylaxis and Asthma renewals;
Relief positions at Tugulawa frequently lead to permanent positions.
For further information about our organisation please visit our website at www.tugulawa.com.au and see us on Facebook. 
You must be eligible to work in Australia and your application MUST include:
A covering letter and a resume stating qualifications, experience and the names and contact details of two professional referees. 
Once we review all resumes we will begin shortlisting applicants to interview with us.  
 
Please email your application to: *****@tugulawa.com.au. + click to reveal  
Please attention your application to: Lauren Alexander
 
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About Djinda Services
Djinda Services is a specialist legal support service for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people that have experienced or are at risk of family and domestic violence or sexual assault. Djinda Services provides legal information, advice and representation in the areas of violence restraining orders, assisting victims-survivors of family violence and sexual assault, child protection, victim’s compensation for criminal injuries (where this relates to family violence) and family law in the Perth metropolitan area. The service also provides community legal education and participates in some law reform activities.
Djinda Services is run by Relationships Australia WA (RAWA) in partnership with the Women's Law Centre of WA Inc. (WLCWA). The WLCWA hosts the legal component of this service whilst RAWA provides counselling and support services. The WLCWA is a community legal centre funded to provide free legal services to disadvantaged women in Western Australia. The Djinda partnership is committed to providing a culturally secure environment for Aboriginal women. Djinda is a Noongar word meaning ‘star’.
About the role
Djinda Services is looking for a Client Services Officer to provide a front-line service to Djinda clients and to provide assistance in the efficient running of our Perth office.  This role is required to answer incoming phone calls, assess client eligibility and make appropriate appointments.  You will also be required to provide culturally appropriate information to callers and make suitable referrals to other services.
This position will assist in maintaining our client database and updating client records using CLASS as well as providing general administrative support to solicitors.  An understanding of issues facing Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander women in Western Australia is essential, particularly in relation to victim-survivors of family and domestic violence. Previous community sector experience would be an obvious advantage, particularly in an Aboriginal organisation. 
This position is offered for 1 day per week (Friday) and is initially offered as a contract to 30 June 2018.  A further contract may be offered subject to available funding.  Employment is in accordance with the Social and Community Services WA (SACS) Award, with some above‑Award conditions as set by the WLCWA Board of Management.  The successful applicant may be required to assist via similar duties with the general practice of WLCWA.
About you
You will have outstanding oral and written communication skills that include a proven ability to communicate sensitively and in a non-judgmental, culturally appropriate manner with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander women.  Experience working with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people will be an advantage as will experience working with women who are victims or at risk of family and domestic violence.  You will be highly organised, have a keen eye for detail and possess the ability to produce results under pressure. You will possess the ability to work unsupervised, meet deadlines and initiate your own work that is consistent with the organisation. 
You will be competent in the use of Microsoft Word, Excel and Outlook and be willing to become familiar with the use of CLASS database.
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander candidates are strongly encouraged to apply.
We’d like to hear from you
To obtain an application package or for a confidential discussion please contact Senior Executive Officer, Carrie Hannington on *****@wlcwa.org.au + click to reveal or telephone *****55. + click to reveal To find out more about the WLCWA and Djinda Services, please go to our website: www.wlcwa.org.au or ‘like’ us on Facebook.  
Applications close: Monday 19 February 2018 at 5pm.
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About Djinda Services
Djinda Services is a specialist legal support service for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people that have experienced or are at risk of family and domestic violence or sexual assault. Djinda Services provides legal information, advice and representation in the areas of violence restraining orders, assisting victim-survivors of family violence and sexual assault, child protection, victim’s compensation for criminal injuries (where this relates to family violence) and family law in the Perth metropolitan area. The service also provides community legal education and participates in some law reform activities.
Djinda Services is run by Relationships Australia WA (RAWA) in partnership with the Women's Law Centre of WA Inc. (WLCWA). The WLCWA hosts the legal component of this service whilst RAWA provides counselling and support services. The WLCWA is a community legal centre funded to provide free legal services to disadvantaged women in Western Australia. The Djinda partnership is committed to providing a culturally secure environment for Aboriginal women. Djinda is a Noongar word meaning ‘star’.
About the role
The Solicitor will provide information, advice, referral, advocacy, community legal education (CLE) and limited Court representation to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander victims-survivors of family and domestic violence or sexual assault in the Perth metropolitan area. The casework areas are primarily in family law (children’s issues), child support, care and protection matters, family and domestic violence and criminal injuries compensation that relates to family and domestic violence. 
 
The Solicitor will work cooperatively in a team environment to ensure quality legal services are provided that are delivered within a holistic context and appropriate to the needs of the target group. The Solicitor may also be required to attend at other Djinda Services outreach locations as directed by the Principal Legal Officer, and will be required to attend cultural fitness training, and any other training as directed by the Principal Legal Officer.
The role is initially offered as a short term contract to 30 June 2018. A further term may be offered, subject to available funding.  Employment is in accordance with the Social and Community Services WA (SACS) Award, with some above‑Award conditions as set by the WLCWA Board of Management. 
About you
You will be recently admitted to practice law in Western Australia.  You will have an understanding of the needs of and issues faced by Aboriginal women in Western Australia and of cultural security, and preferably have had experience working with Aboriginal people.  You will have a general knowledge and understanding of issues relevant to victim/survivors of family and domestic violence.  You will have a demonstrated commitment to social justice.
You will be highly organised, whilst maintaining a flexible approach to your work.  You value team work and maintain a calm manner under pressure.  You will uphold our WLCWA values of Justice, Equality, Integrity, Leadership and Respect.
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander candidates re strongly encouraged to apply.
We’d like to hear from you!
To obtain an application package or for a confidential discussion please contact Senior Executive Officer, Carrie Hannington on *****@wlcwa.org.au + click to reveal or telephone *****55. + click to reveal To find out more about the WLCWA and Djinda Services, please go to our website: www.wlcwa.org.au or ‘like’ us on Facebook.
Applications close: Monday 19 February 2018 at 5pm.
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Senior Case Manager – full-time (Ref: APC-01). Case Manager - part-time, 30 hrs per week (Ref: APC-02). Ongoing positions Footscray based
CatholicCare works on behalf of the Archdiocese of Melbourne and Diocese of Sale with a mission to build "life to the full" for families, individuals and communities, in all their diversity.
We are currently looking for Case Manager's for our Adoptions and Permanent Care team, located at Footscray (Western area).
The Adoption & Permanent Care team provide case management services to adoptive persons, infants and children who require placement through adoption or permanent care; including counselling and support for biological families, the recruitment, training and assessment of potential caregiver applicants, and, assisting and supporting adopted and natural families with adoption information services enquiries and providing mediation to reunite with natural families. 
1 x Senior Case Manager is responsible for:
Supporting the Manager, Community Programs Assisting in performance and service targets. Responsible for providing full case management services Organising and facilitating the linking and transition processes for placements Supervising and supporting caregivers and children in placement Participating in Information and training for prospective adoptive/permanent care applicants Liasing with DHHS staff and stakeholder agencies in relation to case management, and reporting as required Organising and facilitating the linking and transition processes for placements and supervising and supporting caregivers and children in placement Undertaking detailed assessments, report writing and presentation of applicants to an accreditation panel, and assessment of children referred for placement.
1 x Case Manager is responsible for:
organising and facilitating the linking and transition processes for placements and supervising and supporting caregivers and children in placement. Undertaking detailed assessments, report writing and presentation of applicants to an accreditation panel, and assessment of children referred for placement Liaising with DHHS staff and stakeholder agencies in relation to case management, and reporting as required. Participating in Information and training for prospective adoptive/permanent care applicants.
Specific knowledge, tertiary education level, skills and proficiency level:
Tertiary qualifications in Social Work or equivalent (such as Psychology, Social Science etc.), with eligibility for membership of the AASW. A highly skilled case manager with demonstrated years of experience and skills in case management and assessment, counselling (specifically in relinquishment and Adoption Information Services area) and working with vulnerable infants, children young people and their families/carers. Well-developed knowledge and understanding of child and family dynamics (including child development needs) and sound knowledge of integrated theories of child development, attachment, loss and grief. Sound understanding of working within the Adoption Act 1984, the Children & Young Persons Act 1989 and the Children, Youth & Family Act 2005. Strong interpersonal, verbal and written communication skills Excellent prioritisation and time-management skills to meet deadlines. Some travel to regional locations is required, as the Adoption and Permanent Care program is a statewide service. Candidates from a diverse cultural background with appropriate experience are encouraged to apply.  For a copy of the position descriptions please refer to our website click here. 
Applications can be made via our website click on Apply for this job, or send to, *****@ccam.org.au + click to reveal with the job title in the subject line, a cover letter explaining your experience in-line with the position description, and your curriculum vitae, by COB Friday 2 February 2018.  For any queries or further information about these roles please contact the Human Resources team on *****54. + click to reveal
This offer of employment and commencement in the position is conditional upon receipt of a successful Police Record check assessment, and International Police check (if you have lived overseas for 12 months continuously in the past 10 years), and a Working with Children Check. CatholicCare has PBI tax status, and the salary can be packaged to the benefit of the incumbent.  
CatholicCare is committed to child safety.  We have zero tolerance of child abuse.  Our robust human resources, recruitment and vetting practices are strictly adhered to during the application and interviewing process.