LHD Nursing Recruitment Solutions is currently seeking highly experienced Registered Nurses with Renal experience for our clients in Western Australia.

Our client is a small remote hospital based 8 hours from Perth, this large regional hospital has 50 beds which includes a 8 Chair Renal unit, Emergency, Medical, Surgical and a small Maternity ward.

Works live and play in stunning Australia. This client likes to work and play, on your days off you are invited to travel and see the local sites.

Your role would be to work across all facets of the Renal Dialysis unit, working with Fresenius machines, Rotating Roster, fantastic team that works and plays together.

But wait there is more! You will also receive
High Base Salary
Salary Sacrifice
Remote Allowance
Subsidised Accommodation
Travel Reimbursed
3 or 6 month contract

Desired Skills & Experience:
AHPRA registration
Proven experience in Renal Dialysis in either Australia, New Zealand, UK or Ireland.
Proven Fresenius or Gambro experience
The right to live and work in Australia
2 recent references

If you are an experienced Renal Nurse seeking a new adventure apply to Leigh at LHD Nursing Recruitment Solutions today and start your new beginning tomorrow!
Stand Alone GP Practice 4 or 5 Days per Week (Monday-Friday) 8:30am to 1:30pm (Negotiable)
Our client is a stand-alone General Practice based in Western Suburbs located half way between the coast and the CBD of Adelaide. An established Practice with modern facilities, our client is best known for providing a family practice offering in which patients have developed a strong bond with their local Doctor over multiple generations. Currently we are looking to appoint the key role of Practice Nurse.
Supporting our GP, Practice Manager and Administration team, this permanent part time role is offered 4 or 5 part days Monday to Friday with some flexibility on hours for the right candidate.
Key Duties include:
Care Plan and Health Assessment preparation including Asthma/Diabetes Childhood and General Immunisations Cervical Screening Emergency triage Woundcare / dressings
For candidates to be considered, Registered Nurses will have current AHPRA registration, CPR, police clearance, working with children and elderly, short course in immunology for nurses and previous experience in working in a GP Clinic setting.
Ideally suiting Practice Nurses looking for a long term permanent part time role in a warm, welcoming Practice that embraces delivering health outcomes for their long-time patients across many generations, this role will see you embraced as a key member of caring and close knit small team.
Interested applicants can apply quoting reference number 1984044 via the apply now function. Email and Telephone inquiries are welcomed to Kane McCard via ***** + click to reveal or *****97. + click to reveal Additional details regarding this role can be found on our vacancy page at
Confidentiality of all applicants is assured.
This well-established, privately-owned practice is looking for a confident and caring Dentist to take on an exciting role as Principal in their North Brisbane location. You will be joining a small but dedicated team, and be inheriting a full, pre-existing patient base. Working autonomously is preferred, however support on treatment plans will be available. The role offers great flexibility, fantastic on target earnings and the chance to prioritise patient care above a budget-based focus. 
You will be apart of a team that prides themselves on providing quality care to their patients across two practices; one in Brisbane, one in regional South-East Queensland. The company believes strongly in an open door policy, with communication being the essential key to a healthy and happy workplace. You will have the opportunity to participate in monthly team meetings, further enforcing a sense of unity and alliance between the team.  
Located approximately 35km North of Brisbane, the area is considered one of the regions fasting growing residential suburbs. The practice is situated in a bustling plaza surrounded by eateries, a family medical centre as well as local supermarkets. The practice is easily accessible from the Bruce Highway with free undercover parking a bonus. Connected to public transport links, buses and trains run to the Plaza, with the bus drop off point directly outside the entrance. THE CRITERA
General AHPRA Registration Indemnity Insurance Ability to Start ASAP
40% of Billings Up to 15 Patients Per Day OTE: $*****00/Annum + click to reveal
If you’re ready for a step up in your career, don’t miss out on this fantastic opportunity. Click “Apply Now”, call Sibel on *****29, + click to reveal or email on ***** + click to reveal for a confidential discussion.
Salary: $87,370
Benefits: Generous salary packaging and six weeks' annual leave
Hours: Full Time or Part Time considered
Location: Darwin or Alice Springs
Female, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Identified Position
NT PHN is coordinating the National Suicide Prevention Trial (NSPT) for the greater Darwin region. The NSPT has a targeted focus on Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people and will work in partnership with the local community to understand how a systems based approach to suicide prevention would best meet the needs of the local community.
NT PHN are currently recruiting to a NSPT - Health Stream Coordinator (Female - Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Identified Position) . The candidate will work with the NSPT Male Health Stream Coordinator, to play a key role in engaging and developing partnerships with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people to determine local needs in relation to suicide prevention in the greater Darwin region. The community engagement work will help inform what activities are commissioned as part of the trial. The NSPT Coordinator will also be responsible for providing internal cultural input and advice to NT PHN staff in relation to the trial. 
Key Requirements
Demonstrated ability to consult and collaborate with a broad range of stakeholders, inclusive of Aboriginal communities, government and non-government agencies, and mainstream services to improve mental health outcomes for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders. Knowledge of the complex causes of suicide and the impact of suicide in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities. Demonstrated knowledge and understanding of the local Aboriginal community and the health needs and priorities of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders in the NSPT region. Knowledge of key NT and Australian policies and resources in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Social and Emotional Wellbeing and Suicide Prevention. Demonstrated ability to develop and implement innovative solutions that are culturally sensitive. Demonstrated ability to communicate well (written and verbal) with diverse target groups and work with diverse stakeholders. Demonstrated ability to manage projects and meet deadlines. Relevant tertiary qualifications and/ OR experience in health service delivery, and or community engagement.
For further information about the role and NT PHN visit or call Katie Lewis on *****72 + click to reveal
Applicants are required to provide a current CV and a cover letter. Email applications to ***** + click to reveal
Applications close Sunday 10 December 2017.
NT PHN considers that being Aboriginal or a Torres Strait Islander is a genuine occupational requirement for this position under sub-s 35(1)(b)(ii) of the Anti-Discrimination Act 1996 (NT)
Sugarman Australia have an exciting position with a well established not for profit organisation.
You will be responsible for leading a multi-disciplinary team.
On offer:
$80k - $86k + super Salary Packaging Full time Permanent Role Relocation assistance Located in Wagga Wagga or Griffith
Essential Criteria:
Social Work or related Degree AASW or AHPRA membership is highly desirable Extensive Social Work, Psychology or Counselling experience Team leader or Management experience is essential At least 3 years experience in providing counselling to Children, Youth and Adults Experience in delivering Therapeutic and Psycho education programs Driving Licence Working with Children Check Willingness to complete a Police Check
Only successful candidates will be contacted.
Please Send your Resume to :
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For a Confidential Discussion around these roles please contact:
Sian Adams
Specialist Recruitment Consultant
Sugarman International
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Our client has been providing support, critical service and expertise to employers, workers and their communities for over 25 years. Due to their ongoing success and commitment to maintaining a safe and healthy workforce, we have a wonderful opportunity for you to become an integral part of their Newcastle team.
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The Role:
Full-time All training provided; graduates are welcome to apply Involvement of projects based on injury prevention Conduct assessments (e.g. Functional, activity of daily living, worksite and ergonomic) Liaise with relevant stakeholders
About You:
AHPRA Registered Nurse Essential Knowledge of Worker’s Compensation will be highly regarded
Generous Benefits: 
Job Security, performance appraisals and salary reviews Mobile and access to pool cars Professional development Gym, physiotherapist onsite Remedial massages EAP access for you and your family Extra annual leave
Please contact Medijobs Australia regarding these exciting roles:
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  Casual Medical Receptionist York General Practice IPN is looking for a customer focused Casual Medical Receptionist for our York General Practice
•A professional and friendly work environment
•Ongoing support and career development
Previous experience preferred
Do you have experience in a front desk or reception position?
Do you have exceptional customer service and communication skills?
Do you like to use your initiative with a sense of urgency?
Are you a compassionate and understanding individual?
Are you reliable, able to multi-task and prioritize?
If this sounds like you, then join the IPN Team in this rewarding Medical Receptionist role, where you will support the successful running of the centre through:
•Delivering quality customer service to doctors, nurses and patients
•Maintaining confidentiality while managing patient records
•Greeting patients, answering telephone calls, patient triage and booking patient appointments
•Patient billing and cash collection
•Working in a team to support the Practice Manager
You will join a fun and professional team, with ongoing training and career opportunities through our large network of medical centres around Australia.
If this sounds like a great opportunity for your next career move, then please send your resume with a cover letter expressing your interest to ***** + click to reveal
View the IPN website:
The Telethon Kids Institute is one of the nation's leading medical research organisations with impressive facilities in Subiaco, Western Australia. It is home to more than 500 staff and postgraduate students who are dedicated to tackling the major causes of childhood disease, disability and disadvantage. Our research teams are among the world's best and we have strong affiliations with Princess Margaret Hospital for Children and all the major Western Australian universities, particularly The University of Western Australia and Curtin University.
The next couple of years will be significant for the Telethon Kids Institute with a move to brand new premises within the new children's hospital building at the QEII Campus in Nedlands. The new building will see the Telethon Kids Institute co-located with the new Perth Children's Hospital and housed in state-of-the-art premises with increased space and improved access to leading edge technology and research facilities.
The Position:

This position will be responsible for coordinating and managing the activities of the Making FASD History Prevention Research Program, operationalising the decisions of the Steering Committees in order to achieve the objectives of the program.
The Prevention Research Program is conducted across multiple sites in the Pilbara, Alice Springs and Newcastle and this position will be responsible for line managing project staff. The program includes the BHP-and NHMRC-funded Making FASD History Strategy (Pilbara region *****20); + click to reveal and the National Multi-Site Prevention Program *****20). + click to reveal

Key responsibilities:
Work with Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal organisations, researchers and health promotion officers to develop, implement and evaluate strategies for Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (FASD) prevention in Aboriginal communities in the Pilbara, Newcastle and Alice Springs. Manage the prevention team's conduct of applied research, preparation of grant and ethics applications, publications and reports, and production of program materials. Directly or indirectly manage the project budgets and project staff based in Perth, the Pilbara, Newcastle and Alice Springs. Read about the Pilbara FASD project
The successful applicant will:
Contribute to the conception and design of FASD prevention strategies and apply new ideas after appropriate consultation Contribute to the preparation of grant and ethics applications Manage development of FASD prevention strategies, materials, evaluation frameworks and databases Manage the project budget and project staff based in Perth and the Pilbara, and oversee key activities of Alice Springs and Newcastle based staff. Oversee data management to ensure data integrity and quality assurance. and data analysis and reports Work collaboratively with Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal communities in the Pilbara, Newcastle and Alice Springs to develop community informed and culturally secure FASD prevention strategies Build networks with stakeholders, other researchers, policy makers and the community in relation to FASD Prevention Research in Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal communities in the Pilbara, Newcastle and Alice Springs. Work with the project team in the preparation of research papers for publication, presentations, reports, articles and other documentation Support translating the FASD Prevention research findings into practice and policy

Persons of Aboriginal descent are encouraged to apply.
This is a full time role for 2.5 years with a 6 month probation period. This position will commence mid-January 2018. Remuneration package includes access to generous salary packaging.
Applications not addressing the essential and desirable criteria outlined in the job description will not be considered.

How to Apply:
Applicants should read the Job description available at
Please provide a statement addressing the Essential and Desirable Criteria listed in the Job Description.
Applications not addressing these Criteria will not be considered.
Submit your CV, Cover Letter and Statement addressing the Essential and Desirable Criteria to ***** + click to reveal

Please quote the position title in the subject heading of your email application.
For further information about this position please contact Kaashifah Bruce at ***** + click to reveal
Closing date: 5pm, Thursday 7th December, 2017
Absolute Cosmetic Medicine is seeking a  Dermal Therapist for our busy Cosmetic Surgery practice.
Our team is composed of highly trained Cosmetic Doctors, Nurses and Dermal Therapists who provide a range of surgical and non-surgical cosmetic procedures in addition to the following dermal therapies;
IPL Photo Rejuvenation IPL Hair Removal Microdermabrasion Chemical Peels Fractional Lasers  CoolSculpting Skin Needling Skin Tightening
We require a motivated and flexible Dermal Therapist to join our friendly and dynamic team. This position will provide applicants with the opportunity to enhance and develop their skills in a professional cosmetic medical setting.
Successful applicants must have the following;
Dermal Therapy qualification (preferred but not essential) 2 Years IPL Experience (preferred but not essential) Minimum 2 years experience in beauty or cosmetic industry (preferred but not essential) Excellent interpersonal skills (essential) Initiative & forward thinking (essential) Professional work ethic & presentation (essential) All applicants must be available to assist with cover on weekend shifts (essential) Flexibility to work between Perth CBD and Northern Suburbs (essential) 
Please send email a copy of your resume including your cover letter to ***** + click to reveal by Friday 8th December. 
Sugarman Nursing are currently seeking a nurse who is experienced to work in across a Multipurpose site in regional WA
On Offer:
Interview ASAP Flexible start dates 3.5hrs from Perth WA Award rates/ agency rates WACHS triage certificate desirable 13 - 25 week contract Free travel to and from Perth Subsidised accommodation - cost varies per unit available
Essential Criteria
Must be confident within Resus and Triage Must be able to work across ED, aged and acute Must have full AHPRA registration Must have full Australian working rights
To apply for this role please contact Carly on *****00/ + click to reveal ***** + click to reveal
If this job isn't quite right for you but you are looking for a new position, please contact us for a confidential discussion on your career.
We are currently seeking an experienced Part Time Dental Receptionist to fill a maternity leave contract at our Mandurah practice commencing in January 2018. The duration of the contract is 5 months with possibility of extension.
About Us:
DB Dental is a well-established dental group with 18 practices across the Perth Metropolitan area. Since we started with one dental practice in 1987, DB Dental has continued growing because our patients love the way we look after them. We continue to ensure that our very high standards of professionalism and service excellence are delivered consistently to our patients in every practice.
About the Role:
Maternity Leave Contract for January 2018 – July 2018 Part Time consisting of 3 days a week and Alternate Saturdays. Greet patients and telephone callers in a professional and helpful manner Arrange appointments for patients, including dealing with changes in schedules, confirmation of appointments in an effective manner Provide information on treatment options, contact health funds as required and provide any relevant documentation to the patient as required Process payments, handle cash and assist with resolving discrepancies in patient accounts Complete administrative tasks i.e. sending/receiving mail, processing invoices, ordering stationary, word processing, filing and banking as required Conduct USB downloads from the autoclaves and statims Advise the appropriate parties of any issues/failures in equipment Maintain a professional reception area including carrying out cleaning tasks within the practice Understand and adhere to operational guidelines
About You:
Be warm, caring, reliable, organised, able to work in a fast paced environment and take initiative within your role Have impeccable presentation Able to work independently and within a team in a supportive, positive and pleasant manner Have at least 1 year experience in dental/medical reception (preferable) Able to grasp and apply our current practice approaches and protocols Able to multi-task, with accuracy and neatness, maintain appropriate levels of confidentiality and handle difficult situations Exceptional communication, attention to detail and customer service skills including basic computer skills D4W knowledge is preferred however, training will be provided to the right candidate
If working for a modern, professional and reputable national group with a great support system and a friendly environment appeals to you, then APPLY NOW!
For further information please contact our HR Team at: ***** + click to reveal
Mixed billing practice in the heart of Mornington. Take on a full patient load in a practice with great community rapport.
We are seeking two VR GPs for this fully supported practice with experienced nursing and administartive staff.
The practice is mixed billings and currently has 2 fulltime GPs as well as a Skin GP.
The practivce is also DWS approved.
The current offer is 65% of billings with a potential sign on bonus depending on the length of stay.
If you are interested in a confidential discussion please get in touch with Andrew on *****00 + click to reveal or click apply.
About the job
The Research Fellow will be responsible for developing, engaging and leading high quality research projects in health services and outcomes assessment for the health and aged care sectors. You will make independent and research contributions which will have a significant impact in health economics and health services as well as be acknowledged at a national level as being influential in expanding knowledge.
Skills and Experience
To be successful, you will hold a PhD in Health Economics and/or Health Services Research paired with the capacity to identify and conduct high quality research with publications in leading journals.  Demonstrated experience designing and undertaking analysis of large data sets and data linkages along with a strong interest and experience developing knowledge and skills in health economics including measurement and evaluation of outcomes for “Qualify of Life” is essential. 
You will have high level organisational skills and an ability to work to tight deadlines, as well as strong verbal and written communication skills, with a collaborative approach to research.
A University of Enterprise
The University of South Australia (UniSA) is an innovative, outward-looking institution known for its strong and engaged research and its experientially-based teaching and learning that is conducted in close collaboration with business, industry, government and the professions.
In recent years, we have maintained a strong upward trajectory across a number of key indicators and are ranked among the world’s top 50 young institutions.  We are committed to international education activities and alumni, graduates who are equipped to meet the demands and expectations of the worldwide workforce, a culturally diverse staff and increasing student mobility.
Benefits on offer
At UniSA, we seek to enrich people’s lives through the creation and application of knowledge.  Our staff love to be a part of an organisational culture that promotes a strong commitment to educating professionals, sharing knowledge, and engaging with our communities.
We offer a competitive remuneration package and we have a family friendly approach to ensure you enjoy a healthy work/life balance.
Lodging your application
For a copy of the position description and to apply, please visit Please refer to the online application form which will indicate which selection criteria you need to address.  For further information about the position or the recruitment process, please contact Julie Bennett, Recruitment Consultant in Recruitment Central on *****00 + click to reveal or via email to ***** + click to reveal.
Applications close: 9.00am Tuesday 28 November 2017
Enjoy what the locals enjoy every day. The district offers a friendly, relaxed lifestyle, mediterranean climate, great food and wine with regular direct flights to Melbourne, Adelaide, Sydney and Broken Hill. Experience a rural city with the metropolitan culture of a capital city. 
The Mildura Base Hospital are currently looking for Registered Midwives for Grade 2 positions in the Hospital’s Maternity Services. Full-time and/or part-time applications will be considered. Applicants must be prepared to work shirt-work, including earlies, lates, night-duty and weekends. Short term appointments may also be considered. 
Maternity Services currently incorporates antenatal care, 4 birthing suites, postnatal care, special care nursery and domiciliary. The service caters for in excess of 900 births per year. 
Desirable qualities: recent acute clinical Midwifery experience, good communication skills and a teamwork approach. Applicants must hold appropriate midwifery registration with the Australian Health Practitioners Regulation Agency. 
Additional staff benefits:
Scholarship opportunities for post graduate studies Free car parking Ramsay Employee Club Health Insurance Discount Employee Assistance Program Relocation Assistance Generous study leave and professional development opportunities Regular inservice education A fantastic place to live and work
Further information regarding the Hospital can be obtained from our website
Further information regarding the district can be obtained from: 
Initial enquiries can be made to:
Sandra Doyle
Nurse Unit Manager – Maternity Services
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Applications should address key selection criteria and include curriculum vitae and names of 3 professional referees along with a letter of application. Applications must be made by clicking on “apply” below. 
Closing Date: 5.00pm, Wednesday 20th December 2017.
Bored in your current position? 
Need a change?
Want free travel and accommodation provided? 
Enjoy what the locals enjoy every day. The district offers a friendly, relaxed lifestyle, mediterranean climate, great food and wine with regular direct flights to Melbourne, Adelaide, Sydney and Broken Hill. Experience a rural city with the metropolitan culture of a capital city.
The Mildura Base Hospital are currently looking for an experienced Registered Midwife (Grade 2) for a short term full-time position (three months) in the Hospital’s Maternity Services.  Applicants must be prepared to work shirt-work, including earlies, lates, night-duty and weekends.  The hospital would provide accommodation up to a 3 month period. Travel costs would be reimbursed up to a capped amount. Ongoing employment opportunities also exist. 
Maternity Services currently incorporates antenatal care, 4 birthing suites, postnatal care, special care nursery and domiciliary. The service caters for in excess of 900 births per year. 
Desirable qualities: recent acute clinical Midwifery experience, good communication skills and a teamwork approach. Applicants must hold appropriate midwifery registration with the Australian Health Practitioners Regulation Agency. 
Applicants requiring visa sponsorship will not be eligible to apply for this short-term position. 
Further information regarding the Hospital can be obtained from our website
Further information regarding the district can be obtained from: 
Enquiries can be directed to:
Sandra Doyle
Nurse Unit Manager – Maternity Services
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Applications should include letter of application, curriculum vitae and the names and contact details of at least 3 professional referees. Applications must be made by clicking on “apply” below. 
Closing Date: 5.00pm, Wednesday 20th December 2017.
Team Leader (North), MATSICHS Social Health
Ongoing, full time
The Institute for Urban Indigenous Health Ltd was established by its founding members in 2009 to provide a coordinated/integrated approach to the planning, development and delivery of comprehensive primary health care services for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander populations within the South East Qld Region.
The MATSICHS Social Health team operates as an integrated unit of MATSICHS with a team of social workers, counsellors, psychologists and support workers to delivery culturally appropriate rehabilitation and support services in the areas of mental health, alcohol and other drugs, and social emotional wellbeing services for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples.
Located at Caboolture and Morayfield, the position is responsible for leading teams in the delivery of culturally appropriate clinic based rehabilitation and support in the areas of substance misuse and mental health, to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander clients across the Moreton ATSICHS service area.
Base salary will be negotiated with the successful application based on experience.  Other benefits include salary sacrifice + 17.5% annual leave loading
Key Duties include:
Assist in the planning, development and implementation of social health support programs for clients and their families in areas of mental health, alcohol and other drugs, social emotional wellbeing using a variety of appropriate intervention models with a continuity of care and community based approach
Monitor and contribute to the development of practices, outcomes, procedures and protocols within the social health service teams and across the region.
Develop, maintain and monitor team work plans that outlines a program of activities in line with the IUIH/MATSICHS Strategic Plan and to consolidate performance outcomes for the team within the required reporting indicators.
Provide culturally appropriate social and family support and advocacy work to facilitate case management and therapeutic goals

Key Requirements include:
A Bachelor qualifications in Psychology, Counselling, Occupational Therapy, Social Work, Care Coordination or other relevant qualification and or equivalent experience.
Demonstrated experience to manage, motivate and lead integrated teams of counseling and MH/AOD staff.  Including provision of effective case review and supervision across the social health multidisciplinary teams.
Demonstrated practical experience or ability to develop capacity in working in clinical related rehabilitation and social support services to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples in the area of social and emotional wellbeing, substance misuse and mental health

Enquiries regarding the position can be directed to Leshay Maidment, via email
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Applications (Resume and brief Covering Letter) must be submitted via Seek.
APPLICATIONS CLOSE – Wednesday 6th December 2017
About the role
On behalf of Mater Health, Mater Research and the University of Queensland we welcome your interest in the jointly appointed leadership position of Director, Mater Young Adult Health Centre Brisbane (MYAHCB).
Operational for over 2 years, MYAHCB seeks to establish itself as the leader in providing comprehensive young adult healthcare offerings in the Australian market, bringing together existing clinical services alongside new services for young adults aged 16-25 years. In parallel with the overall Mater strategy the Centre will have research and education embedded with the clinical service, supported by Mater Research and Mater Education.
The Centre is comprises of:
A 21 bed inpatient ward caring for up to 160 young adult medical and surgical presentations per month A dedicated outpatient department caring for over 500 young adults per month with a range of chronic conditions Clarence Street - a drug and alcohol withdrawal service which delivers residential, outreach and day programs for young adults from across Queensland Mater Family and Youth Counselling Service which provides a restorative justice program to young offenders Emotional Health Unit which is a private mental health service providing assessment, treatment and follow-up for young adults
This unique opportunity represents an exceptional chance to build a world class adolescent health service and to define your career in the area of leadership and practice of young adult healthcare. The position allows for flexibility should you have an interest to participate in research or private practice. For research active clinicians with a significant personal research program a start-up package to support research can be negotiated.
Key accountabilities
Reporting to the Director Medical/Chronic Disease Services, the Director Mater Young Adult Health Centre Brisbane holds full accountability in relation to operational leadership in the provision of health care across MYAHCB. This includes all aspects of patient care, quality, safety and experience, as well as the efficiency, financial performance and future sustainability of the centre.
The Director MYAHCB will have clinical, educational and research capabilities and specific experience and expertise in adolescent and young adult health is highly desirable. The role will be supported by the Manager of MYAHCB who will report directly to the Director, MYAHCB, and also will be supported by other key clinical leaders in the centre and in the Medical/Chronic Disease Services Stream.
Key accountabilities will include:
Provide strategic and clinical leadership in the delivery of high quality safe patient centred care and clinical governance processes within the Mater Young Adult Health Centre Brisbane. Lead and participate in Mater wide clinical governance processes. Work with the Mater Health Services executive to lead the integration and coordination of clinical care, education and research to drive exceptional outcomes for patients every time. Facilitate development of a program of internationally recognised young adult research with success national/international grant funding Foster a culture of innovative research and an environment of research excellence through the development of translational research projects, mentoring clinical researchers, and integrating research at Mater Young Adult Health Centre Brisbane with Mater Research, the University of Queensland and other key collaborative partners
About you
To be successful in this role you will have the following skills, qualifications and experience:
Recognition nationally or internationally as an authority in Young Adult Health. A strong track record in publication and attracting competitive research funding and/or in leading research active clinical units. Demonstrated understanding of contemporary models of care for young adults and experience in developing innovative service models. Ability to provide strategic leadership to build and maintain the reputation of Mater Young Adult Health Centre Brisbane. A capacity to work as part of the interprofessional team and other stakeholders within and external to Mater and UQ. Experience in engaging with consumers to inform service development. Highly developed interpersonal skills to communicate effectively with young people and members of the academic, clinical, professional and general community. A personal commitment to mentoring clinical professionals across disciplines and fostering postgraduate research and training. A comprehensive understanding of both public and private healthcare and associated funding models. Medical qualifications registrable in Queensland
Why join us
In return for your skills you will have the opportunity to work for an Australian leader in the field of Health and work with a team who make a real difference to the lives of our patients.
Mater provides benefits not offered in other workplaces. In addition to being part of a workplace that offers compassionate care in the spirit of the Sisters of Mercy, pioneers in the provision of healthcare to Queensland for over 100 years, you will have opportunities to increase your take-home pay with our salary packaging options.
Mater is committed to providing high quality clinical learning, and research, experiences for healthcare professional students and staff, whilst continuing to provide an exceptional health care service to clients and their families
To learn more about this wonderful opportunity please contact Dr Trisha O’Moore- Sullivan, Medical Director Medical & Chronic Disease Services at ***** + click to reveal
If you are interested in applying for this position, simply click on 'APPLY' to attach your resume. If you are having any technical difficulties submitting your application please contact Mater's Recruitment Team (***** + click to reveal confirming the role you are applying for and the difficulties you are experiencing.
At Mater, you'll find we live and breathe our values. We are a health care leader that provides care to more than 500,000 patients each year as a private, benevolent not-for-proft organisation - what profit we make goes back in to our business which is why we offer state of the art facilities and the resources to advance your career and provide exceptional care to our patients.
Mater is also committed to environmental sustainability and draws on our recognition of the link between health, climate and the environment which ensures we optimise our position as responsible corporate citizens.
Come and join us; as a Mater employee you'll find the benefits you deserve and the opportunity to be part of a healthcare community unlike any other.
Applicants from recruitment agencies will not be considered at this time.
Posting Notes: South Brisbane || QLD || Australia (AU) || Allied Health ||
About the role
Are you an experienced Registered Midwife looking for a role in which you can work in a variety of midwifery settings?
Mater Mothers’ Hospital is a leader in the provision of high quality maternity and newborn services and we have a number of temporary positions available with varying hours per fortnight and duration. Our rotational roster enables midwives to work for a number of months in each of the following care settings: Antenatal Clinic, Birth Suites, High risk Antenatal and Gynaecology Inpatient wards and Special Care Nursery.
Your experience and skills will see you become an integral part of the team that is committed to delivering outstanding midwifery care and services, improving the experience and outcomes for women and babies.
The successful applicants will have:
• AHPRA Midwifery registration
• Recent midwifery experience, with a minimum of 12 months post-graduate experience in an acute midwifery clinical setting.
This is a fantastic opportunity to become part of a highly skilled and professional multi-disciplinary team, utilising your enthusiasm and passion for women’s health within a supportive and professional environment. In return, a competitive remuneration package is offered, including significant salary packaging options that can increase your take-home pay. Mater also has a gym and swimming pool and very good access to public transport.
Salary range: $33.73 (RN level 1.2) per hour plus superannuation
Application closing date: Monday 11 September 2017
For further information specific to this position, please contact Sally Cowan or Kay Wilson, Nursing and Midwifery Directors on *****76. + click to reveal
In submitting your application, please include a CV and cover letter outlining your interest in this position, and the skills and experience you would bring to the role. If you experience any difficulties submitting your application, please contact recruitment at ***** + click to reveal
If you are interested in applying for this position, simply click on 'APPLY' to attach your resume. If you are having difficulties submitting your application please contact Mater's Recruitment Team - ***** + click to reveal
At Mater, you'll find we live and breathe our values. We are a health care leader that provides care to more than 500 000 patients each year as a private, benevolent not-for-profit organisation - what profit we make goes back into our business which is why we offer state of the art facilities and the resources to advance your career and provide exceptional care to our patients.
Come and join us; as a Mater employee you'll find the benefits you deserve and the opportunity to be part of a healthcare community unlike any other.
Applications from recruitment agencies will not be considered at this time.
Posting Notes: South Brisbane || QLD || Australia (AU) || Midwifery ||
A career with CQ Health offers exceptional opportunities for personal and professional advancement within a wide range of disciplines throughout Central Queensland.
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About the Role
Deliver base level clinical pharmacy services (which may include dispensing (inpatient, outpatient and discharge), requisition, medication reconciliation, drug information, counselling and recommendation) in accordance with prescribed professional and ethical standards. 
Actively participate in the Rockhampton Hospital Pharmacy department roster including emergency clinical on-call, weekend roster, ward roster, and shift work.
Work cooperatively and effectively within the team and with patients/clients. 
Salary Information:
The total remuneration value of up to $107,807 p.a., is comprised of: salary between $64,287 - $94,488 p.a., (HP3); employer contribution to superannuation (up to 12.75%); annual leave loading (17.5%); Permanent Full Time; Applications will remain current for 12 months.
How to Apply:
The Role Description and Information Package provide specific information on how to apply for the advertised position. If you have difficulty viewing the Role Description in PDF format please contact Recruitment Services - Rockhampton
Contact Details:
Contact Details: Jordyn Battersby, A/Assistant Director of Pharmacy
Contact Phone Number: *****39 + click to reveal
Job Reference Number: RK7K261255
Salary: $97,802 Pro Rata
Benefits: Generous salary packaging and six weeks' annual leave
Hours: 2 x Full Time, 1 x Part Time 0.8 FTE
Location: Darwin 
Applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander candidates are strongly encouraged for all NT PHN positions.
Practice Support positions work as a team to support the breadth of primary health care services and staff across the NT primary health care spectrum to remain up to date and skilled regarding delivery of contemporary and data driven primary health care. 
These positions work in a team under the direction of the Manager Practice Support. The team plans, develops and implements education, practice tools and health literacy packages (developed by teams throughout NT PHN), to primary health care services across the Northern Territory. 
Key Requirements
Strong knowledge of the Australian Primary Health Care System with experience working in a primary health clinical setting. Demonstrated understanding of cross cultural service delivery. Excellent presentation, oral, public speaking and written communication skills, with the ability to build rapport, write and deliver presentations, reports and external communications. An understanding of primary healthcare, quality improvement cycles. Strong organisational skills with experience in program management and delivery. Ability to work unsupervised, under pressure, prioritise commitments and meet critical deadlines while maintaining quality standards. Proven ability to relate well to people from diverse cultures and backgrounds and preferably with people from within the health service industry. Ability to collaborate and work within, and/or build, a team environment. Demonstrated proficiency with Microsoft Office Suite, particularly Access, Work and Excel. Knowledge of relevant legislation. Ability to analyse and interpret data.
For further information about the role and NT PHN visit or call Phil Blunt on *****51. + click to reveal
Applicants are required to provide a current CV and a cover letter. Email applications to ***** + click to reveal
Applications close Wednesday 6 December 2017.
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LHD Nursing Recruitment Solutions is currently seeking Registered Nurses with Emergency experience for our client in remote Northern Territory.

Our client is a large hospital in the Northern Territory, this is a 164-bed hospital with a busy Emergency, Medical, Maternity and Renal Unit. The Emergency sees vast presentations from road accidents to remote community members seeking medical attention.

We are currently seeking a highly experienced Emergency Nurse to start as soon as possible, In this role you will work with a fabulous team, this team likes to work and have fun, you will equally share a rotating roster, there will be in charge and team leader shifts, you will work across all facets of the Emergency.

What’s in it for you?

3 or 6-month contract
Subsidised accommodation
High Salary
Salary Sacrifice
Opportunity to work in a unique town

Essential Criteria

Proven 3 years post graduate experience within an emergency in either Australia, New Zealand, UK or Ireland
AHPRA registration
Working with Children's check
Criminal History check
The right to work and live in Australia

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