Indigenous Health Professional (Health Worker)
TAIHS Maternal and Child Health Unit Full Time
The position is responsible for delivering culturally appropriate care and services to clients of the TAIHS Maternal and Child Health Unit. This role involves direct service delivery to all clients of the unit, particularly antenatal and postpartum mothers and their families.

To provide culturally appropriate care and support to Doctors in the delivery of patient health services including screening, assessment and education Work as part of the professional health care team to develop client care plans in consultation with clients and their families and treating practitioners Promote and provide patient education including health promotion, prevention and early intervention relevant to perinatal, antenatal and postnatal care ensuring quality continuity of care Perform community outreach visits in accordance with program needs Maintain treatment/consulting rooms to ensure they are fully stocked, checked and tidied
Qualifications and Experience
Certificate IV in Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander Primary Health Care (Practice) or Practitioner status required Previous experience in a relevant industry, service or an equivalent level of expertise Ability to demonstrate good practical skills in health care and service delivery to the target group Knowledge of the range of health, social and emotional issues impacting Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people Demonstrated competence in the application and use of Medical Director, PracSoft and Outlook
Mandatory Requirements
Work out of normal hours of duty and travel across the region may be required Current ‘C’ Class Drivers Licence (Qld) – essential Current CPR and First Aid Certificates Hold a current Positive Notice ‘Blue Card’ for working with children and young people Satisfactory Police Check – no Serious/Criminal/Court Record
Contact HR as applications lodged without the required documentation will not be deemed complete.
Email: ***** + click to reveal Phone: *****15 + click to reveal
Applications Close: 5pm Monday, 21 May 2018
Complex Care Coordination Officer /Social and Emotional Wellbeing
Primary Health Care
Complex Care Coordination Officer x 2 Social and Emotional Wellbeing
Primary Health Care Full Time
This role is responsible for supporting TAIHS patients diagnosed with mental health problems, and comorbid health conditions by:
Monitoring the TAIHS mental healthcare patient register and coordinating Doctor’s appointments to ensure patients have timely access to medication and review support and care plans accordingly
Optimise Medicare billings through delivery of education which addresses patient risk factors / document in MD and bill accordingly
Support patient Carers to apply for a Centrelink Carer payment (if required) and assist with NDIA registration and access to local NDIS care coordination services, or ACAT as appropriate
Provide education to patients with relation to health and social risk factors as required

Qualifications and Experience
Cert IV Health Worker, Indigenous Health Practitioner or Enrolled Nurse qualification inclusive of experience in mental health
Awareness of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander cultures, history and the issues affecting the lives of TAIHS’ client group
Eligibility to apply for a Medicare Provider Number and bill for services provided
Knowledge of mental health best practice in relation to health promotion, prevention and early intervention
Excellent interpersonal skills, cross-cultural communication skills and report writing skills

Mandatory Requirements
Work out of normal hours of duty and travel across the region may be required
Current ‘C’ Class Drivers Licence (Qld) – essential
Hold a current Positive Notice ‘Blue Card’ for working with children and young people
Satisfactory Police Check – no Serious/Criminal/Court Record

Contact HR as applications lodged without the required documentation will not be deemed complete.
Email: ***** + click to reveal Phone: *****15 + click to reveal
Applications Close: 5pm Monday, 21 May 2018
This Opportunity
We are seeking suitably qualified and experienced staff to join our MHSS team on a casual basis, working across all of our sites (Kelmscott, Middle Swan, Stirling and Bentley).Recovery Workers provide support to the residents on site in working towards their own and each other's recovery.  This includes supporting individual recovery plans with residents and supporting residents to effectively function within groups which form the basis of the program.  Recovery Workers are expected to participate in the program to the same degree as residents, given that the program is conducted on recovery principles of collaboration and peer support.
We are seeking applicants who have the ability to articulate what constitutes personal recovery.  They should have demonstrated capacity to work in an environment where residents may express themselves in ways that are challenging for staff and other residents. 
This is an opportunity to join a service that is embedding a highly innovative approach to recovery practice.   You will receive comprehensive training and support as part of working within the MHSS program.
What We Offer
As an employee of St Bart's we offer a supportive working environment and a competitive salary as well as access to attractive salary sacrifice benefits.  Professional development is encouraged and all staff have access to a comprehensive in-house training program. 
How to Apply
Please visit and review the Job Description for this vacancy.  In order to apply, please submit:
Completed Job Application Form (on our website) Resume Statement Addressing Job Criteria (listed in the Job Description)
Applications should be emailed to Jakky Keenan ***** + click to reveal
More Information
For queries about applying please contact:
Jakky Keenan ***** + click to reveal or *****74 + click to reveal
For more information about this role please contact:
Sui Johansen ***** + click to reveal or *****70 + click to reveal
Not For Profit Sector
Broadford based Part-time position to mid 2019 $$ commensurate with qualifications/experience Generous salary packaging
Let's talk about us
Nexus Primary Health supports people to fully participate within their community through the provision of appropriate wide-ranging support services throughout their life span. With a 40 year history, we are the "go to" organisation for primary health information and person-centred services in the outer and rural north of Melbourne.
We are currently recruiting for a Regional Assessment Service (RAS) Officer.
Let's talk about the role
The Regional Assessment Service Officer has an integral role in assessing the needs of community members for eligibility under the Community Home Support Program and Home & Community Care Program for Younger People. No two days will be the same.
Here is an opportunity to channel your positive approach and strength to members of the community who require appropriate support plans that focus on their strengths and allow them to continue living at home with appropriate assistance. Each day you spend with us will demonstrate your commitment to the Wellness and Reablement Model in assessments.
And best of all, you'll be making a difference, every single day, to clients who need a helping hand.
Let's talk about you
You have a general knowledge and understanding of assessment and care planning, using person-centred care models. You are used to working in a fast paced and changing environment and get satisfaction in supporting vulnerable clients to formulate and achieve their goals. You'll draw upon your tertiary qualifications and experience in either allied health, social work, disability or community services to give our clients the high quality of care they deserve.
The benefits on offer
We provide a supportive, friendly workplace with staff who are committed and passionate about the Nexus Values. We offer professional development opportunities, generous salary packaging, a friendly team environment and competitive salaries.
How to apply
We want to get to know you better, so please include in your application a covering letter addressing the Key Selection Criteria contained within the Position Description.
Enquiries can be made to Tanya Christie on *****52. + click to reveal
To apply for this job go to: & enter ref code: 4117256.
Nexus is committed to the safeguarding of children and vulnerable people. All successful applicants will undergo rigorous compliance screening prior to their appointment.
Applications close 02 May 2018
About the Organisation
Active Community Housing Ltd (Active) was developed as an initiative of the Victorian disability sector in 1998. Their mission is to provide high quality housing and related services to people with disabilities who require support to live independently in the community. Active has remained committed to this core mission and is the only registered housing agency solely dedicated to providing housing for people with disabilities and their families. Active has a specialist housing tenancy team with strong skills and experience in housing people with a range of disabilities as well as a ‘Better Modifications Better Homes” service designing and delivering specialised modifications and upgrades to people with disabilities so that they can remain in their own home and own communities.
About the Role
Reporting to the CEO, the Housing and Partnerships Manager, working closely with a small senior executive team, will have the following key responsibilities:
Manage day-to-day Operations and Customer Service: manage the Housing Teams which performs all tenancy selection and management functions including interface with the Victorian Housing Register. Manage Partner Relationships: develop and manage key partner relationships with disability support providers, Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS), Victorian Housing Registrar and SDA property owners and developers who use Actives SDA property and tenancy management service. Agency representation: as part of a coordinated strategy with the CEO and Management Team represent Active and grow the services they can provide to people with disabilities across Victoria. Grow Properties Under Management: with the CEO help grow the Active tenancy and property management portfolio.
About You
You are a confident, proactive, hands-on, strategic thinker with excellent people management and communication skills at all levels and renowned for your ability to “get the job done”. Ideally you will also have:
A thorough understanding of, and commitment to, working with people with a disability and low-income households in meeting housing related needs as well as a thorough understanding of the National Disability Insurance Scheme, as it relates to SDA housing and housing related support requirements Experience in managing external relationships including government, clients, provider partnerships, people with a disability, the human services industry and/or relevant networks Sound understanding of housing and tenancy issues for low income households and a working knowledge of tenancy and disability legislative and regulatory frameworks; Demonstrated finance and budget control experience including contract negotiation, management and delivery
If you are looking for an excellent opportunity to fully utilise your exceptional Housing Operations Management experience within an organisation committed to providing support to people with disabilities then click on the “Apply for this Job” tab and send through your Resume and Cover Letter in WORD FORMAT now. To learn more, don’t hesitate to contact Kerrie Somerville, Brebner Somerville, on *****82 + click to reveal, ***** + click to reveal
South Australia's Next Great City!
x2 Coordinators: Elizabeth Rise Community Centre
x2 Fixed Term Contracts until 28 June 2019
Part-Time 0.6 FTE (45.6 hours per fortnight)
Classification: GO4 ($74,119 + 9.5% Superannuation)
Join the fastest growing Council in the State Be part of a fast-paced, dynamic and leading edge Local Government environment Enjoy a great work-life balance through flexible working conditions Great benefits including salary packaging, excellent leave entitlements and study assistance
This is a fantastic opportunity to make your mark in a fast-paced, dynamic and innovative environment within the fastest growing Council in South Australia.
About Us...
The fastest growing Council in South Australia, the City of Playford has a strong community spirit amidst its culturally diverse population of 90,000 residents.
Covering 350km2 and spread over urban and peri-urban areas, the heart of Playford is undergoing a major transformation to become South Australia’s Next Great City; over $274m in infrastructure and development investments in CBD, Sports and Health precincts are either being constructed or planned.
Home to the Adelaide United A-League soccer team and SANFL team Central District, Playford has a heritage and a future of which to be proud.
To view our Strategic Plan for a 'Smart City, Connected Community' visit our website: 
About the role... 
A unique opportunity exists for 2 passionate and community-focused individuals to join City of Playford's Community Development team and provide program delivery and coordination for the Elizabeth Rise Community Centre at Elizabeth Downs.
Working as part of a job-share arrangement on either a Monday-Wednesday or a Wednesday-Friday roster respectively, these positions will work in partnership with key Council stakeholders and Community agencies to design an deliver a wide-range of community programs, activities and events at the Elizabeth Rise Community Centre to maximise its usage and contribute to the development of a proud, strong, functioning and participatory Playford community.
About You...
The successful candidates will have an unwavering passion and commitment to delivering positive outcomes for the Community, together with appropriate qualifications in Community Services, Social Sciences or related field. In addition, you will possess:
Extensive experience in the coordination and delivery of Community programs, preferably in partnership with other Community-based organisations Experience in recruiting, working with and supporting the development of volunteers  A flexible and adaptable approach to the work environment, with the ability to blend working independently with working productively as part of a cohesive team Sound administration and MS Office skills The ability to work collaboratively and establish strong working relationships across a wide variety of demographics Excellent time management and interpersonal communication skills Current DCSI clearance, First Aid Certificate and Driver's Licence
More information...
For further information please contact Amy Matthews, Manager Community Development on *****36 + click to reveal.
To apply.....
Simply complete the application process by clicking the Apply Now button and we’ll be in touch.
If you are a passionate person who realises the tremendous opportunity that this role offers and want to utilise your skills and passion in a Local Government environment, we want to hear from you!
 Applications close at 5:00pm on Monday 30th April 2018.
Apply today!
The City of Playford values diversity and work life balance. While this opportunity is a part time role, applicants seeking other working arrangements are encouraged to apply and advise of your preferences in your covering letter.
No Recruitment Agencies please
Temporary full-time position, for up to 6 months
35 hours per week
Located at Council's Administration Building in Raymond Terrace
An exciting opportunity has arisen for a Facilities and Services Officer. You will deliver improvement projects and related services for Council's recreation facilities consistent with Council's Values and Business Excellence principles and customer needs.
What you need:
Certificate of Project Management or a related discipline Demonstrated contractor management skills including the preparation and assessment of tenders Proven ability to communicate positively to customers and community groups Demonstrated communication abilities to lead and motivate others to cooperate Demonstrated project management skills including written communication skills for the preparation of correspondence, reports and proposals Workcover General Construction induction accreditation or the ability to obtain prior to commencement Possess the ability to obtain accreditation and other skills as required by best industry practice or legislation to discharge the role such as Roads and TAuthority Control of Worksites, Playgrounds  Current drivers licence
TRP Range: $68,601 to $80,335 pa (includes 9.5% superannuation + retention allowance) + flexitime + commuter use vehicle
Want to join our team?
If you feel you're up for the challenge, please submit your application online addressing how you meet the selection criteria and why you are suited for the role by midnight, Sunday 6 May 2018.
For further information on the role, please contact Philip Miles, Capital Works Section Manager on *****92 + click to reveal for a confidential discussion.
As the Program Specialist it is your role to support and coordinate the successful delivery of The Smith Family’s iTrack Program within NSW/ ACT, and inter-State.  This is achieved through the centralisation of a number of aspects of the program delivery including human resources, program resources and program quality.  These roles provide leadership and guidance to the NSW/ACT and other National Learning for Life team members around what successful delivery will look like and as such operates as a Subject Matter Expert within the state.
A day in the life of an iTrack Program Specialist might look like this, but every day will be different: 
Providing clear and relevant updates, direction and support to team members across different levels and functional teams. This includes providing support to team members around the quality recruitment practices to engage students for this program. Delivering training to mentors supporting the iTrack program.  Working with The Smith Family’s Volunteering team to ensure the end to end aspects of volunteer management result in positive, ongoing engagement of volunteers, and troubleshooting any volunteer engagement/satisfaction issues as required.  Working with the Volunteering team to explore program efficiencies in the volunteering space. Appropriately managing any Child Protection concerns within The Smith Family’s framework and state policy.

It takes a special kind of person to be one of our Program specialists. The ideal candidate will hold a Tertiary qualification, preferably in the areas of project management or social services. You will have a demonstrated experience in people management including recruitment and on-boarding, and will have excellent interpersonal skills, with the ability to build strong working relationships.  This will include support and management of volunteers, sourced from a variety of backgrounds.    
You will have demonstrated capability in working independently with strong administration skills and experience in delivering presentations and facilitating training.  You will also have proven time management skills with the ability to plan and project anticipated workloads. 
Living up to our employment promise, our team members tell us that working for The Smith Family, they have great job flexibility and the ability to work alongside committed, passionate and professional team members whilst engaging in challenging, fulfilling and diverse work. In turn, our team members believe that they offer commitment to our vision, mission and values and effective collaboration with fellow team members to deliver strong performance outcomes. 
To find out more information about this role please see the position description located at the link below:
Applications are to be sent to the email address below and should include a resume and cover letter addressing the essential criteria highlighted in yellow within the position description.
For further information or to apply, please contact Jodie Meheux on mobile *****55 + click to reveal or via email at ***** + click to reveal  
Closing Date:   Midday Friday 11th May 2018

Due to the nature of this role, the successful candidate must be prepared to undertake a National Police Check and a Working with Children’s Check.
We are an equal opportunity employer and are committed to principles of cultural diversity. Applications from people of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander descent are encouraged.
Kerrie Neighbourhood House Inc. runs two Neighbourhood Houses; one at Kerrie Road in Glen Waverley and the other, since July 2017, at the Wellington Reserve Community Centre in Mackie Road, Mulgrave.
We are seeking an innovative, energetic and self-motivated coordinator to provide leadership and management of both sites to ensure the provision of a wide range of community focused cultural, educational and recreational programs for many age groups.
The successful applicant will ideally have Community Development qualifications, a demonstrable record of innovation and strong administrative ability. Very good people skills are essential. Experience in identifying, developing and submitting funding applications will be highly regarded.
The coordinator will be supported by administrative officers at both sites, a team of high quality tutors and a strong Committee of Governance.
This position is Permanent Part-Time for 25 hours per week for 40 weeks of the year. There is scope for negotiation including purchased leave which would suit someone with a preference for working only during school terms. Key responsibilities include:
Implementing the Strategic Plan – there will also be the opportunity to input to the strategic direction and vision for the organisation Designing, developing and implementing community development initiatives Successfully continuing with the Mackie Road Revitalisation Project Managing the whole organisation to ensure achievement of Business, Plan outcomes Engaging staff as required Identifying and sourcing funding opportunities Regularly reporting to the Committee of Governance, the Mackie Road, Revitalisation Steering Committee and the Annual General Meeting Liaising with key stakeholders including Monash Council, Neighbourhood Houses Vic. Network of Inner Eastern Community, Houses and other Neighbourhood Houses
Applications and/or any queries should be sent to Ellen Prior: ***** + click to reveal
Applications close Friday 4 May.
For a copy of the full Position Description and more information about our two sites visit:
The Central Land Council (CLC) is a corporate Commonwealth entity established under the Aboriginal Land Rights (Northern Territory) Act 1976. The CLC represents traditional landowners, native title holders and other Aboriginal people across the southern half of the Northern Territory—an area of almost 780,000 square kilometres. 
The CLC provides its constituents with advice, advocacy and practical assistance to support their aspirations, manage their land and realise and protect their rights.
We are currently seeking a suitable qualified candidate for the following position:
SO C (Commencing $85, 636 progressing to $103,271)
Full-time position
Based in Alice Springs, this position will be required to provide high-level support in coordination of all assigned meetings and royalty distributions in the CLC region. The position is required to undertake a considerable amount of ‘field work’ attending meetings of Aboriginal corporations, traditional owners and community groups. This position will be required to assist the Coordinator where needed in organising and administering the operations of AAMC, achieving the functions and during periods of leave. The successful candidate will have tertiary qualifications in business management, finance or equivalent experience. The candidate will have exceptional planning and logistical organisation skills.
Contact details
For more information, contact Human Resources at ***** + click to reveal" target="_blank"> ***** + click to reveal. For Job Description, Selection Criteria and how to apply, please visit
Closing Date 06 MAY 2018
Total effective package includes: base salary, district allowance, superannuation, leave loading, relocation assistance, annual airfare allowance and salary packaging options. Annual progression within the salary scale is subject to satisfactory performance. Progression is in accordance with annual increments set out in an enterprise agreement.
Casual opportunities with potential to become Permanent Part time, based in Wonthaggi, Cowes and Foster Support individuals to live a fulfilling and meaningful life in their own community Rewarding role in a community setting Access to ongoing support and development/training opportunities Attractive Salary Packaging benefits available
About this opportunity
The National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) is a new service that will provide support, care and access to services and technology for Australians with disabilities as well as their families and carers.
As a Support Worker, you will deliver a variety of services to participants to support them to live a fulfilling and meaningful life in the community. Your working day may include (but not limited to), assistance and or support with daily life, including personal care, domestic activities, social and community participation and varying skill development activities.
About You
You're a passionate, empathetic and caring individual who is looking to make an invaluable positive impact on the lives of others. You relish a challenge and new experience. You're calm, collected and resilient in the face of adversity and are looking to carry these qualities with you to the front line to start helping those in need. You are an independent, proactive thinker and worker but are also able to follow direction/s given by your managers and can work within a tight-knit team.
If this is you, you're in luck: we have the perfect opportunity for you to do all of these things - right here, with us.
What do you need?
Minimum Certificate 3 in Mental Health, Disability, Aged Care, Home and Community Care or related fields A current valid Driver's License and a registered, insured vehicle Satisfactory Police Records Check and Working with Children Check, prior to commencement Applicants having experience and knowledge in psychosocial disability will be at an advantage
How to Apply
Here's your chance to do great things. Don't let it slip by - apply now by visiting our careers page (
For a confidential discussion about the role, please contact Racheal Allen - *****52 + click to reveal
Applicants will be shortlisted upon receipt of application
Please Note: Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted for interview. Late applications will not be accepted.
Wellways Australia Limited is committed to the safeguarding of children and vulnerable people.
All applicants applying for roles within Wellways must undergo a screening process prior to their successful appointment.
Social Enterprise Manager - Located in the West Kimberley region of Western Australia in Fitzroy Crossing at Marninwarntikura Fitzroy Women’s Resource Centre, you will manage Marnin Studio and be part of our One Marnin approach of integrated services.
The Social Enterprise Manager is responsible for managing Marnin Studio, and supporting Marninwarntikura to deliver on their strategic goal to support the social and economic participation and empowerment of women in the Fitzroy Valley.
You will lead a team of staff and studio participants in the delivery of Marnin Studio’s business operations and strategic objectives, including studio production & retail management, events & workshops, strategic & business management, marketing & communications and measurement & evaluation.
You will actively reach out to the broader Fitzroy Valley community to develop partnerships and community engagement to support the ongoing sustainability of the program.
You must be able to work collaboratively alongside the women in a sensitive environment whilst balancing community cultural development, artistic development, business management.
Contact MWRC Corporate Services Manager Hanny Rooyackers on *****84 + click to reveal for a copy of the position description or further information
How to apply
Please attach your application to an email and send to ***** + click to reveal no later than midnight 27 April 2018:
a) Cover letter - 1-page
b) A table addressing each of the selection criteria; and
c) CV – no more than three pages
Are you looking for a diverse, autonomous health promotion opportunity with an organisation committed to the delivery of a quality service to the community? Are you excited at the prospect of engaging a cross section of stakeholders in the delivery of quality outcomes?
This well-regarded national peak body focusses on advocating and providing health promotion and information to key target groups within the community.  The organisation is seeking to appoint an exceptional Health Promotion professional who is keen to drive best practice health promotion programs across the state. Sound judgement and discretion are essential for this role as you will be working autonomously with remote support from the national office, as an essential part of a long term national program.
As the designated Health Promotion Officer for New South Wales, you will engage with consumer and professional groups and broaden opportunities for partnership and collaboration. 
The successful candidate will have proven health promotion experience ideally gained from within the primary, acute or community health care sectors. Experience in stakeholder engagement and public speaking coupled with strong planning, evaluation and report writing skills are also essential as is a valid driver's license and well developed computer skills. Tertiary qualifications in Health Promotion with experience in continence care will be highly regarded.  
For a confidential discussion about this exciting opportunity call Paul Hoffman on *****99 + click to reveal or email ***** + click to reveal
Part time, 0.6 EFT (22.8 hours a week)
Fixed term until June 2021
Not for Profit "Salary Sacrificing" benefits on top of your salary
Newly created position with opportunity to shape the role
Do you have a good understanding of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people,culture and health?
Do you identify as an Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander person?
Do you have established connections with, and experience working with the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander community, particularly in Melbourne?
If you answered yes to these questions, we would like to hear from you
A unique and exciting opportunity exists for an Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Community Development Officer (Identified), to work closely with our Prevention Team to build and sustain strong, positive relationships with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander community members and organisations in Melbourne's north and west.
Prevention & Population Health Mission Statement
"We work with the communities we serve, especially the most vulnerable communities, taking action before health issues arise to improve health and prevent illness. We do this by addressing social determinants of health, improving access to services, developing creative programs and advocating for equitable systems for the whole population."
About the role
In this role you will ensure the Prevention Team holds strong connection, responsiveness to and relevance with the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander community, particularly in western metropolitan Melbourne. You will contribute to the design, planning and delivery of projects and strategies to support the ongoing evolution of cohealth's role in promoting Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples' health and wellbeing. In addition, you will support our Wellness Dreaming program, which promotes strength-based practice to foster community led action for wellbeing with the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander community.
This position will be paid under the Social and Community Service Employees Enterprise Agreement 2013-15 Community Development Worker - Class 2B (SCHADS level 4), year dependent on experience.
About You
To be considered for this exciting opportunity you will have:
Significant experience working with the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander community, particularly in Melbourne, A sound understanding of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, culture and health Demonstrated commitment to community participation and engagement Ability to manage multiple tasks concurrently Ability to solve problems by being collaborative, creative and analytical Willingness to participate in appropriate training and a commitment to ongoing education
This position will be based in Footscray; however will work across sites in Braybrook, Werribee, Fitzroy or Collingwood from time to time.
To be considered for the role, you must address the Key Selection Criteria (with clear headings) within your cover letter. The Key Selection Criteria can be found in the attached Position Description.
You will also be required to provide a referee from your previous employer and a community member if you are invited to attend an interview.
If you have any questions about this position, please contact Karen Ingram on *****83 + click to reveal (Monday - Thursday)
Who is cohealth?
cohealth is a not-for-profit community health organisation that provides vital local health and support services across Melbourne's CBD, northern and western suburbs. For more information about cohealth and the services provided, please visit our website: Information about the Wellness Dreaming project can be found at
Cohealth acknowledges the traditional custodians of the land on which our offices stand and pay respects to Elders past and present. We acknowledge the sorrow of the Stolen Generations and the impacts of colonisation on Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples.
We also recognise the resilience, strength and pride of the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities.
Cohealth is implementing a Stretch Reconciliation Action Plan.
Important information
Applications close on Monday, 21 May 2018
Interviews will take place in Footscray between 28 - 30 May 2018
People accepting employment with cohealth are unable to access our services, however some exemptions may apply.
The suitable applicant will be subject to the relevant pre-employment checks for appointment to positions (including provision of a valid Working with Children Check clearance number and criminal record history check)
* Section 28 of Equal Opportunity Act 2010 (Vic) allows for employment to be limited to persons with a particular attribute where the employer provides services which are a special measure or for special needs (as discussed in sections 12 and 88) and where the services can be provided most effectively by people with that attribute.
About the  Enterprise Geelong & Events Department
This department is part of our Investment & Attraction Division, and is responsible for driving a strong, diverse and growing economy with sustainable employment growth and targeted investment attraction, and supporting key events that increase visitation and add to the local economy.
About the role
This position will establish and drive strategic initiatives to attract and facilitate investment and support the local business community.
Key responsibilities
Role model and promote Council values in all aspects of duty. Manage projects, utilising best practice project management tools and processes, to deliver economic opportunities for Geelong. Manage and coordinate strategies, plans, materials, social media and initiatives promoting Geelong’s competitive advantages, industry strengths and other attributes that make Geelong an ideal destination to do business and invest. Identify and proactively participate in opportunities that will lead to the expansion and diversification of the Geelong economy including liaison with business, peak industry groups, government and the community. Case-manage and respond to investment enquiries in a best practice manner. Keep abreast of State and Federal Government programs, grants and funds relevant to economic opportunities for Geelong. Represent Enterprise Geelong on internal and external groups and committees as required. Prepare council reports, briefing papers, correspondence and submissions. Key selection criteria
A Degree in Business, Economics, Planning, Commerce or a related field. Substantial experience in one or more areas of economic development, business development, small business engagement, industry development, business planning. A proven ability to design and deliver large projects using best practice project management tools. A solid understanding of economic development trends, concepts, issues and opportunities, and the role of Government in economic development. Demonstrated ability to engender effective and productive relationships to achieve outcomes both internal and external to the organisation. Highly developed analytical, investigative, research and interpretative skills. Exceptional computer, written and communication skills.  About the City
As Victoria's largest regional municipality, the City provides the benefits of city living in a beautiful seaside location - all only 1 hour from Melbourne. We enjoy an open and inclusive culture with great employment conditions, competitive salaries, flexible work arrangements, paid parental leave, and many varied learning and development opportunities. The City is an equal opportunity employer and values the contributions a diverse workforce can bring to our community.
Applications and Enquiries
Click the Position Description link to view more information about this position. Applicants must address the Key Selection Criteria.
Enquiries: Christine Silvestroni | *****84 + click to reveal | ***** + click to reveal
Applications close 5:00pm Friday 4 May Month 2018.
Position Description
Fixed term 0.6 EFT contract until June 2018 Enhance the lives of those living with dementia Flexible/Work from home opportunity  
Dementia Australia is the new voice of Alzheimer’s Australia, and the peak body representing the interests of people with dementia, their families and carers. 
We are currently seeking a Dementia Link Worker to provide quality services and information to people living with dementia in the Port Augusta Region. This is a 0.6 EFT fixed term opportunity with potential for extension.
Reporting through to the Team Leader, the Dementia Link Worker, provides education, advice, support and advocacy to people living in the region with a diagnosis of dementia, or seeking a diagnosis, as well as their carers, family and friends. Link workers also provide up to date information and education as well as plan and facilitate support groups for people supporting a person with a diagnosis of dementia.
To be successful in the position, you will meet the key selection criteria and show an absolute commitment to the delivery of high quality dementia services and support within your region.
Key Selection Criteria:
Experience in working with people with Dementia, in a community based service setting for both individuals & groups; Knowledge of the Commonwealth Home Support Program and My Aged Care; Understanding of dementia and how it impacts on the person with dementia and their families and carers; Demonstrated ability to present information sessions and facilitate groups; A high level of verbal and written communication skills and interpersonal skills; Ability to network with, consult and respond to the needs of a diverse group of stakeholders; Experience documenting confidential client information via an electronic database.  
In return, you will be offered a flexible and supportive work environment as well as a number of attractive staff benefits including salary packaging.
Driver’s license is essential.
For more information please contact Kristy Thredgold on *****00 + click to reveal.
The position description can be found at
To apply, please email a resume accompanied by a cover letter which addresses the key selection criteria to ***** + click to reveal
Applications close – Tuesday May 1st, 2018
Previous applicants need not apply.
About the business
CEDA - The Committee for Economic Development of Australia - is a national, independent, organisation: undertaking rigorous research; asking critical questions; and providing a place for informed debate to influence good public policy outcomes for Australia's social and economic development.
CEDA's membership includes 750 of Australia's leading businesses and organisations, from a wide cross-section of government, industry and academia. It allows us to reach major decision makers across the private and public sectors.
CEDA is a not-for-profit organisation, founded in 1960 by leading Australian economist Sir Douglas Copland..
About the role
This position is a 14-month maternity contract, to commence employment in July 2018. The ideal candidate is an experienced Event Coordinator with excellent event production skills, strong verbal and written communication skills expert in multi-tasking and managing competing projects. You are someone who can build relationships with key internal and external stakeholders and thrive in a fast-paced environment.
The role at CEDA offers the ability to learn and grow while delivering high calibre events for Australia's leading professionals. The ideal candidate guarantees the smooth running of public events and must be able to manage competing priorities while simultaneously maintaining a high attention to detail and accuracy to deliver events on-time and on budget.
CEDA in Queensland deliver a program of 25 public events per year to audiences of senior business, industry, community, government and academic leaders.
Skills and experience
The successful applicant will be responsible for:
End-to-end event planning and delivery and onsite event coordination; Liaising and coordinating with event suppliers, venue, speakers and sponsors; Preparing and publishing event promotions, including EDMs and website content; Overseeing event registration and bookings; Working within budgets, managing event expenses; Manage event financial and outcome reporting and record keeping; Ensuring the delivery of high level customer service.
CEDA is looking for a person who has:
A minimum three years' experience in event preparation, presentation and production Strong written and verbal communication skills Proven ability to develop and maintain strong relationships with internal and external stakeholders Proven organisational and time management skills and an ability to manage competing demands Proven ability to make sound decisions, to problem solve and to contribute to business improvement Demonstrated high level attention to detail A demonstrated commitment to the highest levels of customer service. Proven ability to take responsibility for your program of work An interest in contributing to a positive team in a value based business; Strong experience with Microsoft Office and EDM tools (IMIS experience an advantage); Relevant tertiary qualifications in business, communications of related fields Demonstrated interest in current affairs, the business and policy environment, the economic and social development of Australia
How to apply:
CEDA is committed to being an employer of choice, therefore CEDA provides employees:
Commitment to learning and development Professional and positive working environment Opportunity to work with Australia's most highly regarded and respected membership association
If you are what we are looking for, please attach your CV (not more than three pages) and cover letter addressed to Kyl Murphy, State Director and Company Secretary expressing your interest in and suitability for the role (not more than two pages) and send it to ***** + click to reveal. Applications without a covering letter will not be considered. Closing date for all applications will be COB  Saturday, 19 May 2018.
Please be reminded that all personal information collected during the selection process will only be used for recruitment and employment purposes.
Casual Regional Assessor Role West Moreton Location Generous Salary Packaging Benefits
Vision Australia is a leading national provider of blindness and low vision services in Australia. We work in partnership with Australians who are blind or have low vision to help them achieve the possibilities they choose in life.
We support more than 27,500 people of all ages and life stages, and circumstances. We do this through 28 Vision Australia centres in Victoria, New South Wales, the Australian Capital Territory, Queensland, South Australia and Western Australia; 30 clinics; and through outreach programs in the Northern Territory and Tasmania.
An exciting opportunity awaits an experienced Regional Assessor to join our team in the West Morton Region (Ipswich, Esk, Laidley).
As an Regional Assessment Services Assessor at Vision Australia you will:
Liaise directly with the MAC contact centre and other RAS staff Receives and accepts referrals Schedules own assessments within KPI Works remotely undertaking face-to-face assessment using a web based national screening and assessment form and My Aged Care Systems; Conducts the assessment with a wellness and reablement focus Identifies clients current abilities and support needs
To be successful in this role you will have:
Current SAO2 – “Trained as Regional Assessor ” or willingness to  successfully complete of relevant training in delivery of Regional Assessment Services Minimum 3 years in coordination or assessment in Aged Care Services in the community Sector Understanding of reablement/ motivational wellness in Ageing Knowledge of networks and services supporting the delivery of aged care or community services in the local area Proven ability to manage multiple deadlines, be agile and flexible in working hours
Working as part of Vision Australia you will enjoy a values based organisation with benefits including:
Friendly values based working environments Generous salary packaging options Exciting career paths Exceptional professional development opportunities Flexible working arrangements
We’re always on the lookout for energetic, motivated people who share our values to be Person Centred, Accountable, Collaborative, Commercially Focused and Agile.
Do you want to become a part of a team that supports a future where our clients have the opportunity like never before to live the life they choose? Please select the 'Apply' button below to be taken to our online application process.
Applications should consist of a full resume and a cover letter. Candidates should address the essential job competencies as outlined the position description and should also consider and be able to demonstrate Vision Australia’s organisational values which are central to the organisation’s culture. Applications should be uploaded as a word file. Please note pdf documents are not accepted for accessibility reasons.
As part of Vision Australia’s commitment to being an inclusive employer and embedding a culture where staff, volunteers and clients can be themselves and feel safe, and to protecting the best interests and safety of children and vulnerable people, successful applicants will be subject to a number of pre-employment checks including criminal history and working with children.
For more information about working at Vision Australia go to 
We encourage applications from candidates who are blind or have low vision.
Enquiries: Melissa Stewart
Ph: *****97 + click to reveal
Applications Close: 17/05/2018
To view the position description or submit your application please click the 'Apply Now' button below.
Provider Engagement Officer – Disability Services
Drake Townsville are currently accepting applications for an upcoming Provider Engagement Officer contract position, based locally in Townsville.The role will be required to work with both internal and external stakeholders to assist with implementation of the national disability scheme whilst supporting and engaging with families and carers to understand needs and requirements to support outcomes.
Duties include, however will not be limited to:
Strategic planning and leadership of the community and sector engagement Managing community expectations through regular engagement and tasks Working with internal agency staff to prioritise office engagement and communication Promote workplace practises consistent with agency policy and in accordance with NDIA values
To be considered, the following criteria will be required:
Previous experience within similar position Knowledge or a good understanding or the term disability Strong communication skills Demonstrated team leadership experience Ability to complete all required national checks
If this sounds like you please APPLY now. For a further discussion, contact the Drake Townsville office on *****22 + click to reveal.
Drake Medox are seeking experienced support workers to fill shifts in the South Melbourne area.We have a client based in Somerville who is supported by a team of experienced support workers. At the moment we are looking for an addition to our team with common sense, respect and dignity for the individuals they support
.The role consists of the following:
• AM, PM and sleepover shifts
• Supporting a client who has a brain injury
• Set in a family friendly environment
• personal care, clinical supervision required
To join this team you will have the following as a minimum:
• Australian Drivers Licence (mandatory)
• National Criminal Check• First Aid Certificate
• 6 months experience working in the ABI sector
• 2 relevant reference checks
• Australian Work Rights Verification
In return you will have the pleasure of working for an organisation who is committed to delivering a quality service that provides consistently high client satisfaction levels. We will provide you with a comprehensive induction and ongoing training as required. Those who have the following attributes would be highly regarded for this team:
• Tactful and socially considerate
• Willing to assist in the time of need
• Positive, open minded, respectful and reliable
Due to the nature of the program males are encouraged to apply. If this role sounds of interest to you please hit the ‘apply’ now button. If you would like to ask any further questions please contact Isab on *****70 + click to reveal.