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BOEHUNTER HEALTHCARE SEARCH
• Leading Global Team
• Excellent Career and Development Opportunities
Our client, a world leader in dental devices are primarily involved in the research and development, manufacturing and marketing of premium and highly sort after specialist dental materials.
The Role:
Reporting to the Sales Manager, the Sales Product Specialist is a pivotal customer facing role responsible for:
Increasing sales of products via established selling channels in NSW. Client / Account management, lead generation and achieving sales targets in a specified sales territory. 
With skill and energy you will engage with dentists, distributors and dental office personnel to provide product demonstrations, develop relationships and increase sales. Extensive local and some regional travel will be required as part of your role.
The Successful Candidate will possess the following:
Tertiary Qualification in Dental Hygiene, Therapy or Dentistry is highly favourable Sales experience in the healthcare environment is preferred  A highly driven attitude and not afraid to ask for the sale Excellent verbal communication and presentation skills Highly organised
Current Drivers Licence is required
For a confidential discussion, please contact Lucia Kimonides on *****26 or + click to reveal submit your application to *****@boehunter.com. + click to reveal
Kindly note that only shortlisted candidates will be contacted – Thank you for your interest and consideration!
Boehunter, Executive Search and Selection deliver executive recruitment solutions to the Pharmaceutical, Biotechnology and Medical Industry. The Boehunter team comprises of highly talented and knowledgeable industry experienced Consultants and Researchers that partner with leading organisations to create opportunities for candidates.
We recruit at all levels including senior management, and we are currently recruiting for a variety of opportunities in the area of Sales & Marketing, Management, Market Access, Training, Medical, Regulatory Affairs, Clinical Research, Pharmacovigilance, Operations, QA and R&D.
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Olivia Newton-John Cancer & Wellness Centre
Fixed Term Full Time
Work at the Olivia Newton-John Cancer Wellness & Research Centre – a public hospital with a difference! Be at the forefront in the discovery of novel agents, new treatments and improving patient care. Enjoy a rewarding role as part of our dynamic team focused on the highest quality patient centred care.
An exciting opportunity for a Clinical Trial Coordinator (Registered Nurse) to join Cancer Clinical Trials at the ONJ Centre!
 
About our Centre
Cancer Clinical Trials within the ONJ Centre has a reputation of excellence with expertise in managing clinical trials from First-in-human Phase I to Phase 3.  We have over 200 clinical trials in progress including Pharmaceutical Company sponsored, Collaborative Group and Investigator-initiated trials. All the specialised leading-edge cancer treatment and research conducted through the ONJ Centre is complemented by wellness programs to support patients in body, mind and spirit.
 
About the role
The successful applicant will become part of an established tumour stream team, led by a Team Leader and will be responsible for the primary coordination of clinical trials and the management of patients on those trials. The role involves delivery of direct and in-direct clinical-trial-related care of patients, associated data collection and maintenance of essential trial documents for concurrent studies.
 
Duties/Responsibilities
Coordinate and manage a number of trials concurrently. Manage the care of patients participating in clinical trials, ensuring compliance with the trial protocol, reporting requirements and ICH-GCP guidelines. Ensure accurate and timely source documentation and data entry, and the maintenance of essential documents that validate integrity in the conduct of the clinical trial. Liaise with Principal Investigators, multidisciplinary team and Trial Monitors.
 
Qualifications/Skills/Experience
Registered Nurse (Division 1) with current AHPRA registration A minimum of 5 years post graduate nursing (or previous Grade 3 or above position) with a minimum of 3 years in the field of Oncology/Haematology. Clinical Trial Coordination experience with sound knowledge of ICH-GCP. Excellent team working skills, with ability to work independently Developed computer literacy skills and familiarity with Microsoft Office (Word, Excel & Outlook)
Culture
The atmosphere within the Cancer Clinical Trials Centre is energetic, friendly and cohesive, with a strong teamwork ethic amongst all members. We have a strong focus on professional development and are at an exciting phase of growth within the unit.
 
If you are a Registered Nurse (Div 1) with Oncology/Haematology and clinical trial experience, enjoy being part of a dynamic team and have a positive attitude, please apply today!
 
Enquiries: Anne-Marie Woods
Ph: *****26 + click to reveal
Applications Close: 12/10/2017
To view the position description or submit your application please click the 'Apply Now' button below.
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All Sites
Fixed Term Full Time
Austin Health is the major provider of tertiary health services, health professional education and research across 3 campuses in the northeast of Melbourne and state-wide. Austin Health is world-renowned for its research and specialist work in cancer, liver transplantation, spinal cord injuries, neurology, endocrinology, mental health and rehabilitation.
An exciting opportunity currently exists for an enthusiastic and highly experienced Grade 3 Speech Pathologist to join our team.
This is a full time fixed term position based at Heidelberg Repatriation Hospital.
To be successful in this role you will be a team player with initiative,  and a strong patient centred focus.
Work with us! Your reward is to work in a collaborative environment which will provide you with opportunities for ongoing training and development. Your benefits will include salary packaging, and employee assistance program.
All appointments are made subject to a satisfactory National Police Check conducted by Austin Health and if required, a Working With Children Check.
Austin Health is an equal opportunity employer and is committed to attracting and retaining a diverse workforce that reflects the community we serve.  Applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders are encouraged.
Enquiries: Rhonda Holmes
Ph: *****91 + click to reveal
Applications Close: 30/09/2017
To view the position description or submit your application please click the 'Apply Now' button below.
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All Sites
Fixed Term Full Time
Austin Health is the major provider of tertiary health services, health professional education and research across 3 campuses in the northeast of Melbourne and state-wide. Austin Health is world-renowned for its research and specialist work in cancer, liver transplantation, spinal cord injuries, neurology, endocrinology, mental health and rehabilitation.
An exciting opportunity currently exists for an enthusiastic and highly experienced Grade 1 Speech Pathologist to join our team.
This is a full time fixed term position which rotates between the 3 Austin Health sites.
To be successful in this role you will be a team player with initiative,  and a strong patient centred focus.
Work with us! Your reward is to work in a collaborative environment which will provide you with opportunities for ongoing training and development. Your benefits will include salary packaging, and employee assistance program.
All appointments are made subject to a satisfactory National Police Check conducted by Austin Health and if required, a Working With Children Check.
Austin Health is an equal opportunity employer and is committed to attracting and retaining a diverse workforce that reflects the community we serve.  Applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders are encouraged.
Enquiries: Rhonda Holmes
Ph: *****91 + click to reveal
Applications Close: 01/10/2017
To view the position description or submit your application please click the 'Apply Now' button below.
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Austin Hospital
Permanent Full Time
Austin Health is the major provider of tertiary health services, health professional education and research across 3 campuses in the northeast of Melbourne and state-wide. Austin Health is world-renowned for its research and specialist work in cancer, liver transplantation, spinal cord injuries, neurology, endocrinology, mental health and rehabilitation.
 
An exciting opportunity currently exists for an enthusiastic and highly experienced Registered Nurse to join 5 East, Cardiac & Thoracic Unit. 
Further information regarding this position is available in the position description.
Work with us! Your reward is to work in a collaborative environment which will provide you with opportunities for ongoing training and development. Your benefits will include salary packaging, and employee assistance program.
All appointments are made subject to a satisfactory National Police Check conducted by Austin Health and if required, a Working with Children Check.
Austin Health is an equal opportunity employer and is committed to attracting and retaining a diverse workforce that reflects the community we serve. Applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders are encouraged.
Enquiries: John Scott
Ph: *****58 + click to reveal
Applications Close: 28/09/2017
To view the position description or submit your application please click the 'Apply Now' button below.
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Hawthorn/Camberwell
Fixed Term Full Time
 
In order to expand its interests in mental health and treatment of psychiatric illness, Epworth HealthCare in partnership with Monash University has recently appointed Professor Paul Fitzgerald as its inaugural Professor Director of Psychiatry. Professor Fitzgerald will be the Director of the new Epworth Mental Health Education and Research Unit located at our Camberwell site. This unit will run a substantive research program utilising brain stimulation and neuroimaging techniques including transcranial magnetic stimulation, functional and structural MRI, EEG and infrared spectroscopy. It will conduct studies of brain function / dysfunction as well as clinical trials in mood, anxiety, psychotic and developmental disorders.
The Epworth Mental Health Education and Research Unit are seeking a Research Assistant (RA) to join their exciting team. The RA will work on both experimental and clinical trials, primarily involving the use of novel brain stimulation techniques in the investigation and treatment of mental illness.
They will:
Assist principal investigators and study coordinators in the conduct of investigator-led and commercially sponsored research activities Work to ensure a high quality of recruitment, enrolment, data collection and data management according to good clinical practice guidelines, and Contribute to the culture and development of a new team, through collaborative and supportive work practices.
The RA will initially primarily work on three research trials, the first two investigating a type of Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (TMS) as a treatment for depression and obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD), and the third investigating Magnetic Seizure Therapy (MST) as a treatment for severe depression. There will also be opportunities to contribute to other projects as they are being conducted.
Key responsibilities include:
Recruitment, screening, consent, management, assessment and monitoring of study participants. Accurate collection, entry and maintenance of participant data Assist in liaising with sponsors for trial related activities including monitoring visits, data query resolution, and audits. Coordinate trial visits, appointments, diagnostic procedures and assessments with research participants as required. Provide research participants with accurate study related knowledge at appropriate intervals, responding to queries in a timely and professional manner. Make contact with participants and arrange follow-ups in the event that they withdraw or suffer any adverse event(s). Assist in conducting research according to study protocols and relevant legal and regulatory bodies including International Conference of Harmonisation - Good Clinical Practice (ICH-GCP) guidelines.
Ideally, the successful candidate will possess:
An honours degree in Psychology or a related field from a recognised university Experience working or volunteering with individuals with mental illness. Experience in clinical research and with institutional ethics committee guidelines and Good Clinical Research Practice. Experience managing/coordinating a project. Experience with brain stimulation techniques or electroencephalography (EEG) 
About Epworth
Epworth HealthCare is a world-class, not-for-profit, private health care group dedicated to providing the best possible outcomes for our patients by providing the best possible care. Across our eight locations patients and staff have access to state-of-the-art diagnostic, surgical and procedural technology, world-class theatres and equipment and benefit from the extensive teaching and research occurring at Epworth every day.
The Epworth Difference is defined by our unique culture and dedication to giving outstanding patient care. From the way we recognise and reward our staff to our attitude toward the patient experience, Epworth is for those with the ambition to get better, give the best possible care and lead their field.
Epworth is a great choice for staff who want to be part of a cutting-edge, fast paced and progressive environment.
All appointments are made subject to a satisfactory National Police Check conducted by Epworth and, if required, a valid Working with Children Check provided by the applicant.
To obtain more information refer to the attached position description.
Please direct your enquiries to the contact person listed below.
Applications must be submitted online – to apply for this position click Apply Now
Note : Applications from Recruitment Agencies will not be accepted. 
 
Enquiries: Sally Herring
Ph: *****26 + click to reveal
Applications Close: 28/09/2017
To view the position description or submit your application please click the 'Apply Now' button below.
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Ward Clerk
Emergency Department
Clerical Worker Grade B
0.12 EFT/ 9 hours per fortnight 
 
We are seeking a Ward Clerk to join our professional team to provide administrative support to the Emergency Department staff. This permanent part time position is available from October 2017, and includes working 6pm-9pm Friday evening the first week and 6pm-9pm Tuesday/Wednesday evenings in the second week. The opportunity to job share is available to the right applicants. As a ward clerk your responsibilities will include using the hospital electronic information system, data entry, general administrative and clerical duties and answering telephone enquiries.
 
Ideally the applicant will have:
previous clerical experience in health care well developed computer skills good communication and organisational abilities a strong customer focus
Attractive benefits that are offered by the organisation may include:
Salary packaging, Professional development and education programs, Employee Assistance Program, Comprehensive orientation program. Accrued Day Off (full time employees only) Flexible rostering Opportunities for career progression Free parking
This is a great opportunity to work in a diverse clinical environment and join a reputable rural health service dedicated to the provision of quality patient centred care and to meet the needs of the community.
For more information about this position view the Position Description and/or contact the person indicated below. Further information on Wimmera Health Care Group can be found on our website www.whcg.org.au or Facebook page.
 
Applications must be submitted online via e-recruit by the Closing Date.
 
Wimmera Health Care Group (WHCG) is committed to equal employment opportunity and promotes the safety, wellbeing and inclusion of all children, including those with a disability and encourages applications from people from culturally and / or linguistically diverse backgrounds. We aim to provide a safe environment for our staff, patients, residents and clients which includes supporting and responding to disclosures of family violence issues.
Pre-employment check: All applicants must be willing to undertake a national police check prior to commencement of employment.
Enquiries: Bernadette Ryan
Ph: *****75 + click to reveal
Applications Close: 05/10/2017
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Monash Medical Centre Clayton
Part Time Ongoing
REGISTERED and ENROLLED NURSES: CHILD NEUROPSYCHIATRY INPATIENT UNIT
We are recruiting nurses for a brand new service!
Be part of an Australian first specialist service Help to embed a model of care for children with co-existing neurodevelopmental and psychiatric difficulties and their families Work with an expert multi-disciplinary team dedicated to improving child mental health Join a centre for excellence with an integrated clinical and research program
About the Unit
The Child Neuropsychiatry inpatient unit has 8 beds and is a state of the art, purpose-built facility housed in the new Monash Children’s Hospital. The unit will provide emergency admissions and planned assessment admissions for children with neurodevelopmental and psychiatric disturbance. The model of care is designed to admit the child with a parent / carer to provide greater opportunity for dyadic and family interventions to achieve better outcomes.
About the Role
This is an exciting opportunity for Registered and Enrolled Nurses wanting to work in an innovative service with children and their families. The roles require clinical experience, teamwork and a ‘can do’ attitude to help create an inpatient culture and model of care that delivers exceptional care to children with neurodevelopmental and psychiatric disorders, and their families/carers.
About you
You demonstrate excellent clinical skills in working with children and families who are in distress and face complex issues. You work collaboratively with others to promote the health and well-being of your patients and their families. You have experience in mental health care and knowledge of developmental disorders such as autism or intellectual disability. You are a person who lives Monash Health’s iCARE values of integrity, compassion, accountability, respect and excellence.
Enquiries: Chris Pavlou
Ph: *****01 + click to reveal
Applications Close: 05/10/2017
To view the position description or submit your application please click the 'Apply Now' button below.
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Monash Medical Centre Clayton
Full Time Ongoing,Part Time Ongoing
REGISTERED and ENROLLED NURSES: CHILD NEUROPSYCHIATRY INPATIENT UNIT
We are recruiting nurses for a brand new service!
Be part of an Australian first specialist service Help to embed a model of care for children with co-existing neurodevelopmental and psychiatric difficulties and their families Work with an expert multi-disciplinary team dedicated to improving child mental health Join a centre for excellence with an integrated clinical and research program
About the Unit
The Child Neuropsychiatry inpatient unit has 8 beds and is a state of the art, purpose-built facility housed in the new Monash Children’s Hospital. The unit will provide emergency admissions and planned assessment admissions for children with neurodevelopmental and psychiatric disturbance. The model of care is designed to admit the child with a parent / carer to provide greater opportunity for dyadic and family interventions to achieve better outcomes.
About the Role
This is an exciting opportunity for Registered and Enrolled Nurses wanting to work in an innovative service with children and their families. The roles require clinical experience, teamwork and a ‘can do’ attitude to help create an inpatient culture and model of care that delivers exceptional care to children with neurodevelopmental and psychiatric disorders, and their families/carers.
About you
You demonstrate excellent clinical skills in working with children and families who are in distress and face complex issues. You work collaboratively with others to promote the health and well-being of your patients and their families. You have experience in mental health care and knowledge of developmental disorders such as autism or intellectual disability. You are a person who lives Monash Health’s iCARE values of integrity, compassion, accountability, respect and excellence.
Enquiries: Chris Pavlou
Ph: *****01 + click to reveal
Applications Close: 05/10/2017
To view the position description or submit your application please click the 'Apply Now' button below.
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  Registered Nurse (Grade 2) - PACU / Anaesthetics The City of Greater Bendigo
 
Be a part of our new state of the art hospital, currently under construction in the City of Greater Bendigo.
With a population nearing 110,000 Bendigo is so much more than a thriving rural town. It is a city with all the attributes of urban metropolis, but has the benefits of living in rural Australia as well.
A strong supportive community base with good schools, excellent infrastructure including shopping, restaurants cultural precincts and sporting facilities along with fantastic tertiary medical facilities makes our city a great place to live. On top of this, there is barely any traffic and it doesn’t take long to get anywhere, including Melbourne.
 
So who are we?
 
Bendigo Health is a leader in regional health care and services about 26% of Victoria. We combine outstanding services with a strong educational, training and personal development culture. Our organisation’s vision is "Healthy communities and World Class Healthcare".
 
We employ around 3400 people and are the largest employer across the region. We know that our people are our biggest asset and we strive to support them in many ways. Our benefits include:
Flexible working arrangements Salary Packaging (meals and entertainment and accommodation) Staff health and wellbeing program, includes staff gym and hydrotherapy pool Employee assistance program Free immunisations Social club Smoke free environment
Ok, so now you know a bit about us, what about the role?
 
With the opening of the new hospital, we will be increasing our services within our theatre complex and as a result there a number of opportunities available to join our driven and passionate interventional suite team.
 
Our theatre complex is part of Bendigo Health’s Acute Health Division and consists of five main and one minor operating theatres and a post anaesthetic care unit. The theatre complex performs more than 12,000 surgical procedures every year, including elective and emergency surgery. There are more than 200 staff who work within the operating suite including anaesthetists, surgeons, nurses, anaesthetic technicians, porters, cleaners and clerical staff and every staff member makes a difference to the outcome of a patient’s care.
 
We now have EFT available in our PACU area.
Who are we looking for?
 
An opportunity exists for highly motivated and experienced full time or part time Registered Nurses with AHPRA registration to join uor Anaesthetics and Post Anaesthetic Care (PACU).  This is excellent opportunity to work in a busy enviornment delivering high standard of care.

For further information on the role please refer to the position description. Applications are to be submitted online.
Enquiries: Kim Pentreath
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Applications Close: 31/10/2017
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If you like working with children, like running your own show, but don't like the hassle of rescheduling, collecting payment and paying rent, registering/claiming for the NDIS, electricity and premises insurance, then read on!
Ladybug House is an established allied health practice for children in Melbourne. We are growing our business into the Gold Coast and want a Psychologist on board as part of the team. The team will consist of an Occupational Therapist and Speech Pathologists. The practice is located in Mudgeeraba, just off the M1. 
We are looking for a Psychologist who can participate in our team based ADOS-2 Autism assessments, one on one therapy and the opportunity to run social skills groups together.
We provide the following:
dedicated room patient invoicing/payment collection, NDIS/HCWA registration and claiming scheduling and rescheduling, customer feedback system, fax and photocopying facilities internet, tea/coffee facilities knowledge sharing on a monthly basis with our team in Melbourne NDIS/HCWA/Better Start funding claim services

About Us
We specialise in providing services to children aged 0-12 years. We work across a range of settings in addition to our clinic based work, including community locations such as homes, kindergartens, child care centres and schools. We provide group therapy and social skills training to children with an ASD. We also provide a multidisciplinary ASD team assessment approach.
We are a member of the FaHCSIA provider panel for both HCWA and Better Start programs as such a large proportion of our clients have an Autism Spectrum Disorder, and other developmental disabilities.
Work days and hours are flexible. The role is a contract 'fee for service' role. Please call if you want to discuss how the re-numeration works
Requirements:
Relevant Psychology qualification and preferably at least 3-5 years clinical experience. Clinical experience working with children with an ASD is preferred.
ADOS or ADOS-2 trained for Psychologist would also be advantageous.
Applicants for this position must have their own transport. Current Working with Children Check and Police Check and must be a registered Psychologist.
Send application & expression of interest to *****@ladybughouse.com.au + click to reveal or for further information phone Renato on *****90. + click to reveal
 
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Ward Clerks 
Innovative tertiary facility with state of the art facilities Conveniently located on the northside of Brisbane Salary packaging benefits and  free parking
 
Who we are
Holy Spirit Northside Private Hospital (HSNPH) is a leading private Catholic, hospital jointly owned by the Holy Spirit Missionary Sisters and St Vincent’s Health Australia (SVHA). HSNPH is an accredited tertiary facility, which provides comprehensive inpatient and day services across a broad range of medical and surgical disciplines. 
 
Holy Spirit Northside Private Hospital has 227 beds, 8 operating theatres, 2 cardiac catheter laboratories, a 15 bed intensive care unit, a day procedural and endoscopy unit, a day surgery and admissions lounge, a 17 chair day oncology unit and a 24-hour private emergency centre – all fully equipped with the most advanced technology. Extensive diagnostic imaging, pathology, pharmacy, allied health services and pastoral care support services are also available onsite.
 
As an organisation we endeavour to gain high performance from all our employees. We focus on their development and growth, so our employees can achieve organisational and personal aspirations. At HSNPH we use our values of Compassion, Justice, Integrity and Excellence to strive for something greater.
 
The opportunity
An exciting opportunity has arisen for a dedicated and suitably experienced Ward Clerks to join our Patient Administration team on a casual basis.
 
The successful candidate will require; 
Computer skills-MS Office; typing speed 40wpm Good organisational and time management skills Clear telephone manner Ability to communicate effectively with a wide range of people Ability to present a positive image of the service to all Ability to work with minimal supervision Ability to remain calm and work effectively in a busy environment To support by action, communication and example the philosophy and mission of the facility
Please note the successful applicant will be required to undertake a National Police Check. All applicants must provide evidence of their right to work within Australia. Visa sponsorship is not available for this position.
 
For further information please contact:
Kath O’Brien
Hospital Nurse Coordinator
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We are committed to equal employment opportunity, ethical practices, the principles of cultural diversity and promote a smoke free work environment. As part of SVHA’s commitment to the federal government employment parity initiative, we strongly encourage Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people to apply.
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Project Officer – First Nation Integrated Primary Health Care and Hospital
Network Pilot Program
Opportunity to work for a values based organisation Attractive Salary Packaging Get involved in a new and exciting project
Who we are
St Vincent's Health Australia (SVHA) is the nation's largest not-for-profit Catholic health and aged care provider. Initially established in 1855 by the Sisters of Charity, SVHA is a clinical, research and education leader and operator of private hospitals, public hospitals and aged care services.
 
As an organisation we endeavour to gain high performance from all our employees. We focus on their development and growth, so our employees can achieve organisational and personal aspirations. At SVHA we use our values of Compassion, Justice, Integrity and Excellence to strive for something greater.
 
The opportunity
The proposal St Vincent’s Health Australia (SVHA) seeks to develop with Professor Noel Hayman  is   a First Nation Integrated Primary Health Care and Hospital Network Program at Inala for Southern Queensland.
 
We are seeking to recruit a Project Officer to assist in the proof of concept and facilitation of a business plan for the pilot “first nation” hospital network venture. This successful incumbent will be working with a diverse steering committee membership, inclusive of expert medical practitioners, and a cross section of knowledge and skill sets in employment, education, training, finance, architecture, capital works and clinical services planning, funding and capital raising.  In addition to the steering committee members, SVHA have a number of advisors involved, including SVHA’s Human Resources and Indigenous Program Specialist.
 
The very heart of SVHA is to serve something greater than ourselves. Through our mission and values we serve those who are poor and vulnerable with deep compassion and unwavering dedication. SVHA acknowledges and respects the unique cultures, histories and spiritualties of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people and is very committed for this pilot to be explored.
 
Please note the successful applicant will be required to undertake a National Police Check. All applicants must provide evidence of their right to work within Australia. Visa sponsorship is not available for this position.
 
For further information, please contact:
 
Sheree Tarman
Human Resources
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We are committed to equal employment opportunity, ethical practices, the principles of cultural diversity and promote a smoke free work environment. As part of SVHA’s commitment to the federal government employment parity initiative, we strongly encourage Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people to apply.
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  Registered Nurse (Grade 2) - PACU / Anaesthetics The City of Greater Bendigo
 
Be a part of our new state of the art hospital, currently under construction in the City of Greater Bendigo.
With a population nearing 110,000 Bendigo is so much more than a thriving rural town. It is a city with all the attributes of urban metropolis, but has the benefits of living in rural Australia as well.
A strong supportive community base with good schools, excellent infrastructure including shopping, restaurants cultural precincts and sporting facilities along with fantastic tertiary medical facilities makes our city a great place to live. On top of this, there is barely any traffic and it doesn’t take long to get anywhere, including Melbourne.
 
So who are we?
 
Bendigo Health is a leader in regional health care and services about 26% of Victoria. We combine outstanding services with a strong educational, training and personal development culture. Our organisation’s vision is "Healthy communities and World Class Healthcare".
 
We employ around 3400 people and are the largest employer across the region. We know that our people are our biggest asset and we strive to support them in many ways. Our benefits include:
Flexible working arrangements Salary Packaging (meals and entertainment and accommodation) Staff health and wellbeing program, includes staff gym and hydrotherapy pool Employee assistance program Free immunisations Social club Smoke free environment
Ok, so now you know a bit about us, what about the role?
 
With the opening of the new hospital, we will be increasing our services within our theatre complex and as a result there a number of opportunities available to join our driven and passionate interventional suite team.
 
Our theatre complex is part of Bendigo Health’s Acute Health Division and consists of five main and one minor operating theatres and a post anaesthetic care unit. The theatre complex performs more than 12,000 surgical procedures every year, including elective and emergency surgery. There are more than 200 staff who work within the operating suite including anaesthetists, surgeons, nurses, anaesthetic technicians, porters, cleaners and clerical staff and every staff member makes a difference to the outcome of a patient’s care.
 
We now have EFT available in our PACU area.
Who are we looking for?
 
An opportunity exists for highly motivated and experienced full time or part time Registered Nurses with AHPRA registration to join uor Anaesthetics and Post Anaesthetic Care (PACU).  This is excellent opportunity to work in a busy enviornment delivering high standard of care.

For further information on the role please refer to the position description. Applications are to be submitted online.
Enquiries: Kim Pentreath
Ph: *****75 + click to reveal
Applications Close: 31/10/2017
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Diverse Part Time Social Work Job opportunity focused on improving mental health and wellbeing
Your new company
This organisation provides a front line emergency service nationally. The department works closely with a range of law enforcement and government agencies at state, territory, Commonwealth and international levels, enhancing safety and providing a secure regional and global environment.
Your new role
In your new role you will be providing intensive therapeutic interventions using a range of evidence based therapies. You will be a highly visible building a presence around the department providing staff with Psychoeducation for a range of mental health issues such as stress and trauma. You will support new staff with their on boarding process providing them with tools such as general stress management and emotional processing enabling them to better manage the challenges of the role. You will be carrying out mental health assessments of staff ensuring they are receiving the appropriate treatment and will make referrals to suitable mental health services.
The role is part time (3 days a week) located in offices around Sydney CBD and the Airport.
What you'll need to succeed

You must have a Tertiary level qualification in Social Work and AASW membership Accreditation as a Mental Health Social Worker is desirable You will have strong clinical intervention skills and be competent with documentation and management of a large and diverse work load You will be confident presenting psychoeducation and be committed to building a presence within the department You will have experience developing workshops to combat mental health issues

What you'll get in return

Work for an organisation with a genuine commitment to the success of individuals Part time opportunity allowing great work life balance This organisation values fairness and equality and brings those principles into your daily work Work in a highly supportive environment with regular supervision and development opportunities You will receive a competitive remuneration package

What you need to do now
This opportunity is immediately available. If you're interested in this role contact Chris Paul by clicking 'apply now' to forward an up-to-date copy of your CV or call us now for a confidential discussion.
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Six month contract initially. North Sydney Location Highly Sought after NSW Government entity $63.5 per hour      
Our client is a large NSW Government organisation who is seeking a Senior Pharmaceutical Officer.
The Senior Pharmaceutical Officer undertakes a wide range of activities in their regulatory role in undertaking compliance and enforcement actions, and administering the provisions of the Poisons and Therapeutic Goods Act (PTGA). 
The role will process applications from medical practitioners to prescribe drugs of addiction including for the NSW Opioid Treatment Program; opioids for chronic pain and cancer pain, psychostimulants for ADHD and narcolepsy for children and adults, and benzodiazepines for anxiety and panic disorder. 
The role also includes preparing documents and correspondence in a written and electronic format, providing expert policy and legislative advice to stakeholders in the public, private and NGO sector and will support the Principal Pharmaceutical Officer and the Director in meeting the Unit's statutory obligations
Selection Criteria: 
Preferred Tertiary qualifications e.g. Bachelor of Pharmacy, registration with AHPRA as a pharmacist or ability to demonstrate similar experience  Knowledge and understanding of the regulatory role and functions of government Health is preferred, including an adequate working knowledge of the Poisons and Therapeutic Goods legislation.  Advanced interpersonal communications skills
On offer is a six month contract at a highly sought after, large enterprise NSW Government entity, and the chance for ongoing extension.
Use the APPLY button to send your CV for review. If you have any specific queries about the role, email *****@connect1.com.au. + click to reveal
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Job for Psychologist or Social Worker supporting veterans and their families with mental health issues
Your new company
This highly regarded federal government service is responsible for the delivery of mental health services for veteran and defence force communities and their families. You will be working as part of an Australian wide team who provide face to face counselling, telephone based support and case management to individuals and their families. You would be joining a large team of passionate and highly professional staff, within a supportive working environment which provides clinical supervision, professional development opportunities and peer and management support.
Your new role
You will be undertaking mental health assessment and clinical counselling in collaboration with colleagues to ensure that individuals are receiving a variety of services based on their needs. You will be providing therapeutic counselling session, using a trauma informed care model and other psychological techniques depending on client’s needs. The role may also be liaising with family members and other specialists to ensure that clients receive the correct care. You will work as part of wider team of practitioners following best practice and ensuring the highest standards of service are delivered. This role is offered on temporary basis initially for 12 months with the possibility of extension. The role will be subject to references and the relevant probity checks and is based in Newcastle CBD.
What you'll need to succeed

You must be a fully AHPRA registered Psychologist with a high level of clinical experience or a Social Worker with a University Qualification and eligibility for membership of the AASW Accreditation as a Mental Health Social Worker is strongly preferred if you do not currently hold this a willingness to work towards the accreditation is required You will have an understanding of the issues faces by military veterans and their families You should be competent providing a range of evidence based clinical interventions promoting positive mental health You will have strong clinical intervention skills and be competent with documentation and management of a large and diverse work load You will be outcome focused with highly developed interpersonal skills

What you'll get in return

Opportunity to work within a small close knit experienced clinical team Work within a federal agency which has been providing support for veterans and their families for over 35 years. Chance to work in a role which is highly rewarding and varied Opportunity to work in a highly supportive environment with regular supervision and development opportunities The role comes with a highly attractive salary rate and is located in central Newcastle

What you need to do now
This opportunity is immediately available. If you're interested in this role contact Chris Paul by clicking 'apply now' to forward an up-to-date copy of your CV or call us now for a confidential discussion.
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Facility Manager | Aged Care | South West Sydney
This is a leading Aged Care provider in NSW with a track record in delivering care to elderly residents.
Based in the Macarthur region this facility would suit experienced managers living in South/ South West Sydney or in the Wollongong area.
If you an experienced Facility Manager/ Director Of Nursing we would love to speak with you about this career opportunity.
Permanent Full-time management role working Monday to Friday Opportunity to join a respected provider of care services - A successful history across multiple Aged Care facilities in NSW Award winning company who continue to improve in all areas Great location in the Macarthur region. Suitable if ou live in Sydney (1 hour from CBD) or Wollongong (40-minute drive) Supportive environment but not intrusive. Run your facility in your way and get assistance from senior management where required
We can highly recommend both this aged care facility and company. A long-term role in an organisation known for excellent working conditions.
Your Duties?
As the Manager of this residential aged care facility, you will make care standards your number one priority. This is a faith-based Not For Profit organisation known for the compassion and standards they ensure.
You will manage all day to day operations including leading staff, overseeing ACFI, Legislation, continuous improvement, finances, budgets and more.
An autonomous FM/ DON role where you can really make a difference.
Your Skills & Experience
We are eager to secure the services on an accomplished Facility Manager/ Director Of Nursing with a track record in managing successful aged care facilities.
You will have:
Registered Nurse Qualifications / AHPRA registration Experience managing a Residential Aged Care  Excellent clinical skills & knowledge Sound knowledge of ACFI / Aged Care regulations Experience with continuous improvement Exceptional communication skills Demonstrated experience with the accreditation process Police clearance check
This organisation can offer you a key role with plenty of career options moving forward. They have enjoyed continued success from employing like-minded staff who are passionate about elderly care.
This role will pay a salary in the region of $135,000,000 + Superannuation + NFP salary packaging. A high paying role where you enjoy coming to work each day!
Speak with us today!
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Job for Psychologist or Social Worker supporting veterans and their families with mental health issues
Your new company
This highly regarded federal government service is responsible for the delivery of mental health services for veteran and defence force communities and their families. You will be working as part of an Australian wide team who provide face to face counselling, telephone based support and case management to individuals and their families. You would be joining a large team of passionate and highly professional staff, within a supportive working environment which provides clinical supervision, professional development opportunities and peer and management support.
Your new role
You will be undertaking mental health assessment and clinical counselling in collaboration with colleagues to ensure that individuals are receiving a variety of services based on their needs. You will be providing therapeutic counselling session, using a trauma informed care model and other psychological techniques depending on client’s needs. The role may also be liaising with family members and other specialists to ensure that clients receive the correct care. You will work as part of wider team of practitioners following best practice and ensuring the highest standards of service are delivered. This role is offered on temporary basis initially for 12 months with the possibility of extension. The role will be subject to references and the relevant probity checks and is based in Sydney CBD.
What you'll need to succeed
You must be a fully AHPRA registered Psychologist with a high level of clinical experience or a Social Worker with a University Qualification and eligibility for membership of the AASW Accreditation as a Mental Health Social Worker is strongly preferred if you do not currently hold this a willingness to work towards the accreditation is required You will have an understanding of the issues faces by military veterans and their families You should be competent providing a range of evidence based clinical interventions promoting positive mental health You will have strong clinical intervention skills and be competent with documentation and management of a large and diverse work load You will be outcome focused with highly developed interpersonal skills

What you'll get in return

Opportunity to work within a small close knit experienced clinical team Work within a federal agency which has been providing support for veterans and their families for over 35 years. Chance to work in a role which is highly rewarding and varied Opportunity to work in a highly supportive environment with regular supervision and development opportunities The role is working as part of large team which values inclusion and diversity. Highly attractive salary package

What you need to do now
This opportunity is immediately available. If you're interested in this role contact Chris Paul by clicking 'apply now' to forward an up-to-date copy of your CV or call us now for a confidential discussion.
Chris Paul
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Generous Remuneration Package   $397,312 - $493,066 depending on experience Full Time Fixed Term role Regional Hospital - South West Region WA
The Role
Reporting to the Operations Manager this position oversees the day to day operational management of medical services at the Hospital.
Key responsibilities
Supporting Medical Clinical Governance; leading and participating in continuous quality improvement processes. Supporting the Director Medical Services to implement strategic directions and ensure the regional health network performance  Establishing and maintaining relationships with Contracted Clinical Service providers to ensure the timely delivery of seamless clinical care  Recruitment, selection, deployment, orientation, training, development and performance of medical staff
The Region
Situated in a picturesque coastal location, 2 hours drive from Perth, this region boasts stunning beaches, beautiful rivers, inlets and affords its residents unique waterfront living.
Eligibility
Primary medical degree registerable with the Medical Board of Australia Considerable experience in a Senior Management role in the Health Sector Excellent interpersonal, verbal and written skills Excellent strategic management and planning skills Desirable for applicants to hold postgraduate qualifications in health administration.
Apply
Please email a copy of your CV along with 2 referee details in order to be considered.
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Sugarman Doctors will proactively work on your behalf to secure you the best opportunity based on a tailored approach designed to understand your individual needs.