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Group Manager - Infection Control and Antimicrobial Stew

Richmond
Full Time
Exciting senior leadership position Contribute to better patient care at Epworth HealthCare Located in Richmond, close to CBD and public transport
The Role 
Epworth HealthCare’s Quality, Productivity and Risk Management team is seeking a Group Manager, Infection Control and Antimicrobial Stewardship.
 
Reporting to the Executive Director Clinical Services/Chief Nursing Officer, this role is accountable for providing, professional and strategic leadership to the Infection Control and Antimicrobial Stewardship teams at Epworth HealthCare. 
 
Located in our shared services division, the successful candidate will provide leadership through a best practice framework in infection control prevention, investigatory and governance requirements.  Through engaging with senior clinicians and the divisional executive teams, this position will be focused on contributing to an environment that focuses on excellence in patient centred care.
 
Key areas of focus for this role include:
Providing clinical and strategic leadership to the teams Implementing best practice and ensuring compliance in infection control and AMS Maintaining a sound governance framework for all aspects of Infection Control and Prevention 
Skills & Experience
To be successful in the role you will:
Hold post graduate qualifications in Infection Control (essential) Have current nursing registration with AHPRA (essential) Demonstrate sound leadership experience Have excellent ability to manage stakeholder expectations and organisational requirements Have outstanding written and verbal communication skills with the ability to provide sound clinical advice to senior management Demonstrate excellent internal and external customer service focus Be highly accountable and demonstrate a professional and engaging style
About Epworth
Epworth HealthCare is a world-class, not-for-profit, private health care group dedicated to providing the best possible outcomes for our patients by providing the best possible care. Across our eight locations patients and staff have access to state-of-the-art diagnostic, surgical and procedural technology, world-class theatres and equipment and benefit from the extensive teaching and research occurring at Epworth every day.
The Epworth Difference is defined by our unique culture and dedication to giving outstanding patient care. From the way we recognise and reward our staff to our attitude toward the patient experience, Epworth is for those with the ambition to get better, give the best possible care and lead their field.
Epworth is a great choice for staff who want to be part of a cutting-edge, fast paced and progressive environment.
Enquire/Apply for this Position 
To obtain more information refer to the attached position description.
Direct your enquiries to the contact person listed below.
Applications must be submitted online – to apply for this position click Apply Now 
All appointments are made subject to a satisfactory National Police Check conducted by Epworth and a valid employee Working with Children Check to be provided by the applicant. 
Note: Applications from Recruitment Agencies will not be accepted.
 
 
Enquiries: Fran Brockhus
Ph: *****95 + click to reveal
Applications Close: 01/05/2018
To view the position description or submit your application please click the 'Apply Now' button below.
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4 days per week Maximum term to April 2019, maternity leave cover
Benetas is a not for profit organisation dedicated to supporting older Victorians, their friends and carers, through a range of aged care and in-home services. Benetas is committed to our reputation as a truly great place to work. We care about our people’s health and wellbeing and invest significantly in their development. We take pride in being a diverse and inclusive employer. We respect and value differences and encourage people of all ages and backgrounds to apply. Benetas is a recognised leader in Gender Equality, having been awarded an Employer of Choice citation for 12 years in a row.
The Position:
We have an exciting opportunity for an experienced Senior Risk and Compliance Advisor based at our Support Office in Hawthorn East, just 9 kilometres from the Melbourne CBD. Our head office is a thriving, supportive and friendly workplace where you can collaborate with colleagues from a variety of business units.
The successful candidate will provide support to the organisation around risk management and compliance matters in order for the Board and Management to fulfil their governance responsibilities. As the Senior Risk and Compliance Advisor, you will be focused on overseeing the development, implementation and improvement of processes and practices to ensure legal compliance throughout the organisation. Being a forward thinker, you will strive for the best outcomes and provide expert advice to the team. This position is a maternity leave coverage and for a maximum term to April 2019. This role will report to the General Manager, Residential Services and Quality and Compliance and will support business continuity and bushfire management across the organisation.
To be successful, you will have:
Relevant qualifications in Risk and Compliance Management Experience developing, working within, and supporting a risk management framework A commitment to compliance and continuous improvement Experience developing and managing Business Continuity and Crisis Management Demonstrated experience in meeting timelines and achieving required outcomes The ability to keep comprehensive and accurate records in a multi-faceted environment Exceptional written and verbal communication skills Well-developed consultation and negotiation skills An honest, helpful and dependable attitude - a real team player
Benefits:
A work environment where people are valued and encouraged to share their ideas A strong learning culture where you are in the driver’s seat of your ongoing professional development Working in a trusted and values based organisation focused on quality and growth Competitive Salary (with salary packaging and meal & entertainment benefits)
How to apply:
Benetas uses video interviewing as part of our selection process. If shortlisted, you may receive an email invitation to complete an online video interview. This can be completed on any video enabled laptop, mobile phone or tablet. Applicants must be eligible to work in Australia, and have a valid Victorian Driver’s Licence and a satisfactory Police Check.
Applications close  26 April 2018.
Please note: we may consider applications on an ongoing basis and therefore encourage you to apply at your earliest opportunity.
To view the position description and apply for this position, please submit your cover letter and resume at http://www.benetas.com.au/meet/join-team-benetas. For a confidential discussion please contact Jayne Margetts– Executive Assistant, Residential Services and Quality and Compliance on *****00 + click to reveal.
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Our Company:
Benetas is a leading not for profit organisation that provides a range of health and community services across Victoria. Our services include a network of residential aged care homes, independent living villages, as well as respite and home care. We also provide In Home Nursing Services for people of all ages. We are committed to our reputation as a truly great place to work. We care about our people’s health and wellbeing and invest significantly in their development. We take pride in being a diverse and inclusive employer. We respect and value differences and encourage people of all ages and backgrounds to apply. Benetas is a recognised leader in Gender Equality, having been awarded an Employer of Choice citation for 12 years in a row.
The Position:
We are seeking experienced Registered Nurses (Division 1) to join our In Home Nursing Service (IHNS) Eastern division. With referrals from various Melbourne hospitals, our IHNS provides in home and post-acute care for clients who range from paediatrics to the elderly. Our In Home Nursing Services have a reputation of providing personalised care to our patients within the community.
You will deliver individualised patient/client care in Client’s homes, and will liaise closely with the clinical services team to maintain the highest possible standard of care and service. As a Registered Nurse, you will be responsible for the nursing assessment and treatment of clients. We have a number of part time positions available.
In this rewarding position, you will make a real difference to the lives of your clients. Successful applicants will be driven by our values of respect, responsibility, community and spirit and be available for shifts in and around the Eastern Suburbs.
You are:
A Registered Nurse (Division 1) with a current AHPRA registration Experienced in Hospital in the Home (HITH)/Emergency/Critical Care or Community Nursing Self-driven with excellent client/patient management and clinical skills Customer service focused, with the ability to provide patient and family education and support Friendly, positive and naturally able to build relationships that make a difference Honest, helpful and dependable - a great asset for our clients and the team Empathetic and treat others with integrity and respect Fully licenced to drive in Victoria with a reliable vehicle Willing to undergo a police check and have full working rights in Australia
The Benefits:
A safe and supportive work environment where people are valued and encouraged to share their ideas A strong learning culture where you are in the driver’s seat of your ongoing professional development Rewarding work that supports our clients to live a better life Working in a trusted and values based organisation focused on quality and growth Competitive Salary (with salary packaging and meal & entertainment benefits)
How to apply:
Benetas uses video interviewing as part of our selection process. If shortlisted, you may receive an email invitation to complete an online video interview. This can be completed on any video enabled laptop, mobile phone or tablet.
Applications close: 10 May 2018
Please note we may consider applications on an ongoing basis and therefore encourage you to apply at your earliest opportunity.
To view the position description and apply for this position, please submit your cover letter and resume at http://www.benetas.com.au/meet/join-team-benetas. For a confidential discussion please contact Leonie Price – Regional Business Manager, on *****00 + click to reveal
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Are you a passionate Aged Care Registered Nurse?
 Bring your aged care management skills & nursing expertise to companies that recognise and reward exceptional staff.
Looking for bilingual RN's and CCC's: English-Italian
To be successful in this role, you will have: Proven Senior Management experience within Aged Care Services Strong clinical and documentation skills Good understanding of ACFI, Aged Care Accreditation & Legislation policies Outstanding communication & organisation skills Current Nurse Registration (Div 1) - AHPRA
Join a great organisation that offers:
A safe, happy and supportive environment A workplace where your contribution counts Exemplary care and facilities with a great reputation and high occupancy A Growing Company with exciting developments
We have an ever-increasing demand for your skills in Aged Care facilities and the community throughout metropolitan and regional VIC
It's time to step up, APPLY TODAY!
If this is you then do not hesitate and click APPLY. Alternatively send Justine an email, at Julie Warner Health, with your current CV to *****@jwhealth.com.au + click to reveal or call *****66 + click to reveal
I look forward to hearing from you!
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Who we are
We are a Healthsave branded independent pharmacy located in Ringwood Square Shopping Centre. The pharmacy is open Monday to Friday 9am to 7pm, Saturday 9am to 5pm and Sunday 10am to 5pm. We have an enthusiastic and dynamic team of three pharmacists and 12 pharmacy assistants, and we are currently seeking another pharmacist member to add to our growing family. We are offering 30 to 38 hours of work per week on a permanent basis; days and times of the week are negotiable.
Who you are
You love your chosen career of a community pharmacist and are looking for a position that will give you professional satisfaction while having fun at the same time. You have a can-do attitude, genuinely care about customers and are keen to provide the best care. You are willing to immerse in our team and our business, quick to learn new processes, capable in multitasking, comfortable to take on set responsibilities, have attention to detail, confident and enthusiastic and have a desire to succeed in the role. Ideally you are able to start work ASAP but if you are who we are looking for then we're willing to be flexible. 
Responsibilities and Duties
Your duties will be that a busy community pharmacist, working alongside of an established dispensary team and leading the front of shop staff. Your typical day can include:
Helping customers Dispensing prescriptions Providing direction and support to front of shop staff Checking of websterpacks Answering nursing home enquiries Serving pharmacotherapy clients Performing stock management tasks such as placing orders, receiving orders and putting away stock Supervising dispensary assistants Undertaking administrative tasks in the dispensary Opening and/or closing the store
Qualifications and Skills
You must hold a current active registration with AHPRA to practise as a pharmacist in Australia. Previous experience in community pharmacy preferred. We are unfortunately unable to provide any sponsorship for working visas. The following previous experiences will help you succeed in our pharmacy:
Working with pharmacotherapy clients using Meth-DA Working with Z software (both POS, back-office and dispensing software) Familiarity with working with residential care facilities and other webster care patients
Benefits and Perks
The wage rates (including penalties for weekend work) will be based on your experience and your value to our business, but will be above the Pharmacy Industry Award. Staff discounts for in-store purchases will be offer as part of your employment. Ample free parking is available on site.
Have we found you?
If you think we sound as good to you as you will us, please email your CV to Kitty at *****@rspharmacy.com.au + click to reveal or call *****49 + click to reveal. Questions about the role are welcome.
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On Track Therapy Group is an established and extremely reputable organisation that provides comprehensive assessments, counselling, therapy and intervention programs for children with developmental, educational, emotional and language needs to cope and transition through all stages and areas of their life. Our specialist and experienced multi- disciplinary team comprises psychologists, speech pathologists, occupational therapists and educational consultants dedicated to offering the highest quality assessments, interventions, therapies and support groups for children and their families. We are a creative, innovative and highly cohesive team and require a speech pathologist with the right energy, knowledge and shared values to join us. If you are wanting to work in a highly flexible and innovative organisation that provides exceptional therapy and pioneers new innovations where all team members are valued, then we would love to hear from you. 
We are looking for an experienced and fun speech pathologist to join  a new program as well as have their own case load and participate in school aged groups.  Mentoring and support will be available from senior Speech Pathologist  as well as from other clinicians on a regular basis. We are extremely flexible with working hours and this position is ideal for parents with children at school. 
Ideally we would prefer a speech pathologist with experience, but for the right candidate we will consider new graduates and will offer support with this role. 
Please email your CV to Danella Taylor *****@ontracktherapygroup.com.au + click to reveal
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Richmond
Casual
Located in Richmond, centrally located to CBD and public transport On the doorstep of Richmond Hill Café lifestyle Supportive team nursing approach 
Epworth Richmond 
Epworth Richmond is a rapidly growing, fast-paced and dynamic teaching hospital where you will work alongside top-flight practitioners in all areas. You will challenge your skills, broaden your experience and grow your expertise through exposure to a wide range of clinical specialties, treatment options and the latest in technology. Epworth will support you to provide the best possible care to our patients by continually investing in your education, better facilities and technologies.
The Role
Epworth Richmond is seeking Registered Nurses and Enrolled (Endorsed) Nurses to join our fast paced Nurse Resource Team on a casual basis.  We offer a variety of casual shifts for self-directed, confident, and compassionate nurses.
This is a fantastic opportunity for enthusiastic Registered Nurses or Enrolled (Endorsed) Nurses to join our supportive team at the next stage of Epworth's growth. 
Epworth Richmond’s Nurse Resource Team plays a pivotal role in supporting our clinical teams by providing excellent standards of patient care to enhance the overall patient experience
Skills & Experience
To be successful you will have:
Current nursing registration with AHPRA Ability to work positively and effectively in a team environment Ability to perform well under pressure Excellent communication skills A flexible outlook and have a genuine interest in rotating to different clinical areas A self-directed approach to clinical learning
Acute experience across Orthopaedic, General Surgical and Medical essential.
About Epworth
Epworth HealthCare is a world-class, not-for-profit, private health care group dedicated to providing the best possible outcomes for our patients by providing the best possible care. Across our eight locations patients and staff have access to state-of-the-art diagnostic, surgical and procedural technology, world-class theatres and equipment and benefit from the extensive teaching and research occurring at Epworth every day.
The Epworth Difference is defined by our unique culture and dedication to giving outstanding patient care. From the way we recognise and reward our staff to our attitude toward the patient experience, Epworth is for those with the ambition to get better, give the best possible care and lead their field.
Epworth is a great choice for staff who want to be part of a cutting-edge, fast paced and progressive environment.
Enquire/Apply for this Position 
To obtain more information refer to the attached position description.
Please direct your enquiries to the contact person listed below.
Applications must be submitted online – to apply for this position click Apply Now
All appointments are made subject to a satisfactory National Police Check conducted by Epworth and a valid employee Working With Children Check to be provided by the applicant.
Note: Applications from Recruitment Agencies will not be accepted.
 
 
 
Enquiries: Jo Mctaggart
Ph: *****85 + click to reveal
Applications Close: 30/04/2018
To view the position description or submit your application please click the 'Apply Now' button below.
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Richmond
Casual
State of the art facilities Central for coffee shop culture and boutique outlets Located in Richmond, close to public transport and CBD
Epworth Richmond 
Epworth Richmond is a rapidly growing, fast-paced and dynamic teaching hospital where you will work alongside top-flight practitioners in all areas. You will challenge your skills, broaden your experience and grow your expertise through exposure to a wide range of clinical specialties, treatment options and the latest in technology. Epworth will support you to provide the best possible care to our patients by continually investing in your education, better facilities and technologies.
The Role
Epworth Richmond is seeking Registered Nurses to join our Emergency Department Nurse Resource Team on a casual basis.  Offering a variety of casual shifts for self-directed, confident, and compassionate nurses, we offer a fantastic opportunity to join our supportive team.  
To be successful you will have:
Current nursing registration with AHPRA Ability to work positively and effectively in a team environment Ability to perform well under pressure Excellent communication skills An interest in ongoing education Ability to work Monday to Sunday, across all shifts, including nights 
About Epworth:
Epworth HealthCare is a world-class, not-for-profit, private health care group dedicated to providing the best possible outcomes for our patients by providing the best possible care. Across our eight locations patients and staff have access to state-of-the-art diagnostic, surgical and procedural technology, world-class theatres and equipment and benefit from the extensive teaching and research occurring at Epworth every day.
The Epworth Difference is defined by our unique culture and dedication to giving outstanding patient care. From the way we recognise and reward our staff to our attitude toward the patient experience, Epworth is for those with the ambition to get better, give the best possible care and lead their field.
Epworth is a great choice for staff who want to be part of a cutting-edge, fast paced and progressive environment.
Enquire/Apply for this Position 
To obtain more information refer to the attached position description.
Please direct your enquiries to the contact person listed below.
Applications must be submitted online – to apply for this position click Apply Now
All appointments are made subject to a satisfactory National Police Check conducted by Epworth and a valid employee Working With Children Check to be provided by the applicant.
Note: Applications from Recruitment Agencies will not be accepted.
 
 
 
 
Enquiries: Jo Mctaggart
Ph: *****85 + click to reveal
Applications Close: 30/04/2018
To view the position description or submit your application please click the 'Apply Now' button below.
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Richmond
Casual
Located in Richmond, centrally located to CBD and public transport Supportive team nursing approach Variety of casual shifts
Epworth Richmond 
Epworth Richmond is a rapidly growing, fast-paced and dynamic teaching hospital where you will work alongside top-flight practitioners in all areas. You will challenge your skills, broaden your experience and grow your expertise through exposure to a wide range of clinical specialties, treatment options and the latest in technology. Epworth will support you to provide the best possible care to our patients by continually investing in your education, better facilities and technologies.
The Role
Epworth Richmond is seeking Registered Nurses to join our Critical Care Nurse Resource Team on a casual basis.  With a variety of casual shifts available for self-directed, confident, and compassionate nurses, we offer a fantastic opportunity to join our supportive team.
Skills & Experience
To be successful in this role you will have:
Current nursing registration with AHPRA Ability to work positively and effectively in a team environment Ability to perform well under pressure Excellent communication skills A flexible outlook and have a genuine passion for nursing An interest in ongoing education Ability to work Monday to Sunday, across all shifts, including nights 
The successful candidate will have extensive (eg. 2 years) experience in ICU/Critical Care nursing.
About Epworth
Epworth HealthCare is a world-class, not-for-profit, private health care group dedicated to providing the best possible outcomes for our patients by providing the best possible care. Across our eight locations patients and staff have access to state-of-the-art diagnostic, surgical and procedural technology, world-class theatres and equipment and benefit from the extensive teaching and research occurring at Epworth every day.
The Epworth Difference is defined by our unique culture and dedication to giving outstanding patient care. From the way we recognise and reward our staff to our attitude toward the patient experience, Epworth is for those with the ambition to get better, give the best possible care and lead their field.
Epworth is a great choice for staff who want to be part of a cutting-edge, fast paced and progressive environment.
Enquiring about and Applying for this Position
To obtain more information refer to the attached position description.
Direct your enquiries to the contact person listed below.
Applications must be submitted online – to apply for this position click Apply Now
All appointments are made subject to a satisfactory National Police Check conducted by Epworth and a valid Working with Children Check provided by the applicant.
Note: Applications from Recruitment Agencies will not be accepted.
 
Enquiries: Jo Mctaggart
Ph: *****85 + click to reveal
Applications Close: 30/04/2018
To view the position description or submit your application please click the 'Apply Now' button below.
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The Royal Melbourne Hospital - City Campus, Parkville
Part Time
Part Time, 56 hours per fortnight Join a supportive and dynamic team Exciting leadership opportunity!
About Us:
Ward 7B inpatient unit forms part of the Victorian Comprehensive Cancer Centre (VCCC. The ward is a 32 bed (single room) ward specialising in acute haematology (leukaemia) and bone marrow transplant (allogeneic and cord).

Our shared vision for the Victorian Comprehensive Cancer Centre (VCCC) is to save lives through the integration of cancer research, education and patient care. Through innovation and collaboration, we will drive the next generation of improvements in management and treatment of cancer.
We offer a progressive team environment for an individual who is passionate about cancer nursing. Develop your skills in this challenging role. We are committed to the delivery of high quality acute patient care and offer ongoing education and professional development to all staff.
About the Role:
The Associate Nurse Unit Manager (ANUM) fulfils the roles and responsibilities of the registered nurse demonstrating expert knowledge and skills whilst assuming a prominent management focus within the ward.  This preferred applicant will be an integral member of the department management team, assisting the Nurse Unit Manager (NUM) in the course of their duties to ensure efficient operation of the clinical environment.
Key responsibilities include:
Provision of high quality standards of patient care. This includes the assessment, planning, implementation and evaluation for care for acute haematology and bone marrow transplant patients in collaboration with multidisciplinary team Contribution to the development of an effective discharge plan and ensure timely patient access and flow in a fast paced environment Participation in continuing education sessions, committees. special projects, and/or relevant professional groups Ensuring the vision, purpose and values of the organisation are understood and integrated into daily practice Ensuring the implementation of health and safety policies and procedures
Essential:
Registration as a Registered Nurse with the Nursing And Midwifery Board of Australia Demonstrated ability to practice collaboratively as part of the multidisciplinary health care team Demonstrated ability to manage a team Demonstrated provision of high quality patient care Developed assessment, clinical reasoning, problem solving and prioritisation skills High motivation and willingness to learn Excellent communication and interpersonal skills High level of reliability and professional conduct Minimum 3 years acute post registration experience Holds a current Chemotherapy Competency Certificate
Interested?
Find out more about The Royal Melbourne Hospital https://www.thermh.org.au. If you have any questions or require more information, connect with us. We look forward to hearing from you.
All appointments are made subject to a satisfactory Criminal History Record Check and where required, a Working With Children Check. Successful applicants will be required to provide evidence of an immunisation assessment prior to commencement.
We are a diverse workforce reflecting the community we care for.  We are committed to Equal Employment Opportunity, ethical practice, and the principles of cultural diversity and social inclusion. We welcome applicants from a diverse range of backgrounds and experience, including Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, people from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds, people with disabilities, and people who identify as LGBTI.
Enquiries: Krystal Horrell
Ph: *****89 + click to reveal
Applications Close: 05/05/2018
To view the position description or submit your application please click the 'Apply Now' button below.
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About the Organisation
Inclusion Melbourne is a uniquely innovative organisation based in Armadale and Sunshine that supports people with a disability in personalised community arrangements.
At Inclusion Melbourne, our vision is for people with a disability to share the benefits of living in the broader community.  We want to give people the ability to feel comfortable in the community, recognise their contributions and to help community members welcome each other and build long-term relationships.  The organisation also actively participates in practice research, policy development and innovative project work through the Inclusion Designlab.
Positions Available
We are looking to fill a specific role in Thomastown (details below).  We are also interested in replenishing our casual pool of Direct Support Professionals to join our team in the north west region of Melbourne.  We have work available in Thomastown, Sunshine, Yarraville and other north-west suburbs. 
If you do not have experience but share our vision and you are keen to work within the disability sector we encourage you to apply.
Position Details
Casual – Potential for Ongoing Must be available minimum 3 - 4 days per week Monday, Thursday &  Friday 11am – 3pm & other shifts available SCHCADS Award Level 2 Pay Point Range 1–4 ($30.70 to $33.49) Pay dependent on qualifications and experience
About the Role
We are looking for a person who is interested in working with a man who enjoys being outside bush walking and enjoying the local parks.  The role will involve supporting the person to pursue his interests in his local community.   He would prefer to be supported by a person who shares his interests, and as experience with working with people with ASD and behaviours of concern.
The purpose of the Direct Support Professional role is to work closely with the people we support and their Support Coordinators to promote the dignity, independence, choices, opportunities, rights and responsibilities of each person.  This is achieved by extending their skills and networks within the community, and being an appropriate role model through ensuring a positive image of people with a disability in the community.
You will also be required to complete written documentation, participate as a member of a team and contribute to the development and monitoring of service users individual plans.
To be considered you must hold a current driver's license and have access to a reliable insured vehicle.   In addition to an hourly rate staff are reimbursed for work related travel.
You will also need to have a smartphone (iPhone/Android) with capability to download a software application to accept and manage shifts.
The following attributes will be highly regarded:-
Ability to work a minimum of 10 to 15 hours per week Available at least 3 to 4 days per week Strong literacy and numeracy skills A deep commitment to supporting people with disabilities to pursue their dreams An ability to connect people with their local communities Reliability Certificate IV or equivalent in the disability field Sound understanding of and experience in supporting people with autism spectrum disorder, communication difficulties and behaviours of concern Experience in manual handling and assisting people with their personal care
Salary
Salary is based on the Social, Community, Home Care and Disability Services Industry Award 2010  Level 2 (Pay Point Range 1–4 ) from $30.70 to $33.49, dependent on qualifications and experience.  Generous salary packaging benefits available to increase your take home pay.
Safety screening checks
Prospective candidates will need to undergo a series of safety screening checks before appointment to any position with Inclusion Melbourne.   Inclusion Melbourne's recruitment procedures reflect our commitment to the safety of the people we support. Safety screening includes a National Police history check, proof of identity and a check of employment history.  Applicants who have lived overseas for 12 months or longer during the past 10 years are required to provide the results of an international police check. 
You will also be subject to a Disability Worker Exclusion Scheme check.  This is a check of an individual's name against a DHHS database that records individuals who pose a proven risk to the health, safety or welfare of people with a disability.  If your name is on the list, you will be ineligible to work for Inclusion Melbourne. 
Further Information 
For more information regarding this position, please call  Patricia Wilson on*****66 + click to reveal or visit our website www.inclusion.melbourne
Position Description
A position description can be obtained by using the download feature available on the careers page of our website. www.inclusion.melbourne
Closing Date
Applications must be received by close of business 5 p.m. on Monday 30th April 2018. 
How to Apply
You must visit our website and complete an on-line application form, attach your resume and a covering letter that addresses the key selection criteria. 
Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.
Inclusion Melbourne is committed to maintaining a diverse workforce that reflects the diverse needs of the people we support.  Inclusion Melbourne is an equal opportunity employer and encourages applications from people with a disability, and from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds including Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders, and the LGBTIQ community.
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Your New Practice
We are a busy, innovative and dynamic practice servicing patients in Moorabbin and surrounding suburbs with quality emergency and general dental care, 7 days a week. We also work closely with our sister practice Bayside Smiles (www.baysidesmiles.com.au).
Our mission is be the most loved and respected dental practice in the community. Our wider vision is to provide Australia’s best emergency dental care with a culture of excellence and a team of happy, respected, disciplined and collaborative professionals.
Our day to day work environment supports and develops the best and most successful team and patient outcomes, and we are excited to be entering our next phase of evolution which will bring about golden opportunities for both personal and career growth for the right candidate.
Your New Role Will Require You To:
Be a front office reception star! Be outstanding in your current role and ready for your opportunity to shine. Be inspired and motivated to work with others in a team environment. Be a pro active people person with a focus on delivering a quality patient experience every time. Understand how to bring out the best in yourself and your team mates. Manage patient appointment bookings including converting patient enquiries to bookings. Manage the implementation of patient treatment plans. Assist with the implementation of practice operating policies and procedures. Account management, invoices, banking and reporting. Assist with the planning and implementation of marketing activities to assist the practice in achieving our vision. Work closely with the practice owners, practice manager and management team of experts in HR, finance and marketing.
To Secure This Role, You Will Need To:
Be passionate about people. Be the right mix of confident yet humble. Be motivated by the opportunity for learning and growth in this role.  Friendly and energetic with an enviable work ethic. Be ready to lead by example and inspire excellence in others. Be looking for above market remuneration which will reflect your skills, experience and behaviours. Be ready to be part of something really amazing!
If you are the perfect fit for us, then we want to be flexible to accomodate your individual needs. This might include the opportunity for the role to be:
Full time or Part time (over 3, 4 or 5 days) with the potential also for flexible hours.
If you think you could be our next front office reception star, then don’t waste any time. We are interviewing currently for this role.
Apply now by sending us your CV to *****@gmail.com + click to reveal. Please include a short 60 second video outlining 5 key attributes that make you a perfect fit for this exciting opportunity.
We can’t wait to meet you!
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General Practitioner - GP - Take over Departed GP - to $500k+ pa - 30+ min from Cranbourne - Rare DWS
Are you an experienced GP Fellow subject to the moratorium?
Seeking to work & live in a popular & family friendly coastal location?
A fabulous opportunity awaits for a VR General Practitioner to take over from a recently departed GP with an established patient base at a busy clinic in the Mornington Area.
Currently the practice employs a large team of 8 GPs, who are well supported by an experienced nursing team and allied health onsite. Highly regarded for their high quality care, they offer state of the art facilities, beautifully equipped treatment room, onsite pathology collection and skin clinic. 
This is a great opportunity for a GP seeking to be busy to inherit a patient base. 
be pleasantly surprised. Only 30+ min from Cranbourne close to all modern amenities. Rare DWS provision is available .
Full time & part time considered; bring your specialisation!  Gorgeous location; established & busy clinic - High foot traffic  Lucrative income potential + generous hourly rate for the first 3 months Experienced & supportive practice manager, nursing staff & colleagues  Close to the seaside, easily accessible via Peninsula Link DWS replacement provision available
Requirements: General Practitioners with Vocational Registration with AHPRA a must (FRACGP, ACCRRM, FRNZCG, MRCGP via JCPTGP, CFPC, MICGP)  
 
How to Apply
Click 'Apply for this job' or 
  
Please Email your CV directly to *****@douglashealthcare.com.au + click to reveal or call Natasha on *****37 + click to reveal for a confidential discussion
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Monash Medical Centre Clayton
Fixed Term Full Time
Senior Oncology Research Nurse
Outstanding career opportunity to make your mark in Oncology Research  Supported pathways to complete post graduate studies  A highly supportive, friendly and inclusive team environment 
About Monash Health 
As the largest public healthcare services provider in Victoria, Monash Health provides integrated health care services available to over 1.3 million people, representing 32% of the population of greater Melbourne. Further extending our newborn and children’s specialities, in early 2017 we opened a new 230 bed dedicated Children’s Hospital, co-located with Monash Medical Centre, Clayton. Victoria’s largest healthcare service and one of only four accredited Academic Health Science Centres in Australia.

About Us
Our Clinical Trials Unit currently runs up to 130 clinical trials in all aspects of medical oncology, although not melanoma at present, and which offers patient centric care to patients with complex needs. The unit is divided in 5 streams, Early Phase, Gi, GU, Breast/Gynae and Lung/other which have their own trial portfolio.
About the role
This incumbent will effectively and efficiently manage the data relating to the multiple studies active within the unit. This includes data entry for trials, maintaining patient databases and archiving studies as they are closed. The Coordinator will work in conjunction with other members of the Oncology Research Unit. A strong collaboration between the unit, the trial sponsors, and Monash Health is required in planning, coordinating and implementing trials to ensure the best possible care for trial patients. The position will be based at Monash Health Research Precinct (MHTP) at Clayton.
Monash Health will offer:
competitive salary salary packaging friendly and supportive culture opportunity to experience various teams on-going supervision and professional development
Monash health provides a world of healthcare across south eastern Melbourne, uniquely integrating primary, secondary and tertiary health services as well as world-renowned research and teaching facilities. We employee more than 16,000 staff who work across 40 care locations. In Monash Health your own growth and development is important and with us you can really be your best. For more information please visit www.monashhealth.org       
Enquiries: Karen Gillett
Ph: *****36 + click to reveal
Applications Close: 28/04/2018
To view the position description or submit your application please click the 'Apply Now' button below.
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Are you a passionate Aged Care Registered Nurse with management experience?
Bring your aged care management skills & nursing expertise to companies that recognise and reward exceptional staff.
The Roles
 As a DON /Facility Manager you will be expected to:
Plan, implement & manage care delivery specifics Govern auditing & accreditation compliances Facilitate education initiatives & continuous professional development for all healthcare professionals at the facility  Successfully regulate finance and budget specifics 
The Person To be successful in this role, you will have: Proven Senior Management experience within Aged Care Services Strong clinical and documentation skills Good understanding of ACFI, Aged Care Accreditation & Legislation policies Outstanding communication & organisation skills Current Nurse Registration (Div 1) - AHPRA
It's time to step up, APPLY TODAY!
If this is you then do not hesitate and click APPLY. Alternatively send Justine an email, at Julie Warner Health, with your current CV to *****@jwhealth.com.au + click to reveal or call *****66 + click to reveal
I look forward to hearing from you!  
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The Smile Team is a family oriented computerised dental practice in Balwyn North Victoria. We have two opportunities available and are seeking a positive, friendly and professional Dental Receptionist/Dental Assistant and Practice Manager who aims to provide exceptional customer service. We are a practice that genuinely cares about our patients.
The Smile Team takes pride in making sure our environment is a supportive one so that patients receive exceptional dental care and "above and beyond" customer service. Our treatment philosophy is one that informs patients of their options and allows them to decide what is best for them. We don't push or sell treatment and do not set financial targets. 
Team harmony is of utmost importance to our practice and new staff members are  chosen carefully because of this.
 
The Practice Manager position is full time and will start in May replacing our current manager who is relocating overseas.
The receptionist/assistant role is 30+ hours per week, will start early June replacing a current staff member who is due to give birth and will not be returning to the workforce afterwards. 
 
You must have a positive attitude, good work ethic, great communication skills, speak fluent English, be reliable, dedicated and a good team player.
Requirements: Sound computer skills and more than 2 years dental experience.
If you are passionate about what you do and would like to build great relationships with our friendly patients and team members, we are looking forward to reading your application.
Please forward your resume to
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East Melbourne
Full Time,Part Time
 
Supportive and friendly work environment Professional development opportunities Join a dynamic team committed to delivering excellence in patient care Located in East Melbourne, close to CBD and public transport
Epworth Freemasons
Located in East Melbourne, close to public transport and the CBD, Epworth Freemasons provides a range of world-class health services. As one of Victoria's leading maternity hospitals, Epworth Freemasons specialises in women’s and men’s health services including breast and gynaecological surgery, endoscopy and urology. Epworth Freemasons also offers comprehensive cancer care, and a full range of surgical services, including robotic assisted surgery, orthopaedics and ICU care.
Epworth Freemasons has recently upgraded and expanded its operating theatres and admissions facilities, along with major refurbishments of patient rooms and building infrastructure. Epworth Freemasons is about to undertake a major redevelopment project which will create additional state-of-the-art theatres, expanded oncology services and extensive on-site car parking for staff and doctors.
The Role 
Epworth Freemasons is seeking a Registered Nurse for Scrub/Scout in our Perioperative Department. Full or part time positions are available.
Key areas of focus for this role include:
Delivering an exceptional patient experience within the Theatre Department Ensuring high standard of sterile surgical techniques to provide the best perioperative patient care Encouraging and role-modelling empathy to patients and families Assisting surgeons with surgical requirements including equipment and technical needs to optimise the delivery of the surgeries
Skills & Experience
To be successful for this role you will:
Possess current nursing registration with AHPRA Have a contemporary knowledge of best practice in peri-operative scrub/scout nursing Be highly accountable and demonstrate a strong, supportive and engaging style Be passionate about patient care and achieving high quality clinical outcomes    
About Epworth
Epworth HealthCare is a world-class, not-for-profit, private health care group dedicated to providing the best possible outcomes for our patients by providing the best possible care. Across our eight locations patients and staff have access to state-of-the-art diagnostic, surgical and procedural technology, world-class theatres and equipment and benefit from the extensive teaching and research occurring at Epworth every day.
The Epworth Difference is defined by our unique culture and dedication to giving outstanding patient care. From the way we recognise and reward our staff to our attitude toward the patient experience, Epworth is for those with the ambition to get better, give the best possible care and lead their field.
Epworth is a great choice for staff who want to be part of a cutting-edge, fast paced and progressive environment. 
Enquiring about and Applying for this Position
To obtain more information refer to the attached position description.
Direct your enquiries to the contact person listed below.
Applications must be submitted online – to apply for this position click Apply Now
All appointments are made subject to a satisfactory National Police Check conducted by Epworth and a valid Working with Children Check provided by the applicant.
Note: Applications from Recruitment Agencies will not be accepted.
 
 
Enquiries: Ayumi Nakamura
Ph: *****87 + click to reveal
Applications Close: 04/05/2018
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Casey Hospital,Moorabbin Hospital
Part Time Ongoing
A home for your holistic Nursing skills to provide care & leadership to a complex patient population Consolidate your expert clinical knowledge in the Care of Patients with Prostate Cancer along the continum of their personal journey
About the Role
Monash Health Cancer Services provides care for Patients with Prostate Cancer, which comprises of Oncology, Urology, Radiation Oncology services in both inpatient & outpatient setting. Are you an Experienced Urology Nurse with management skills ready to make a change and join us?
Our role facilitates patient care and outcomes  through education & counselling at critical intervals during their treatment. As a highly motivated individual with strong assessment and communication skills, you will be at ease with working independently as well as in a team environment. We look to you to develop relationships with our key referral centres in managing patient care from diagnosis through to surveillance. This position offers the opportunity to support the patient from diagnosis through the whole care pathway.
To meet the demands of this pivotal role you will need to demonstrate the following:
A collaborative approach that assesses, plans, implements, coordinates, monitors and evaluates the options and services required for an individual’s health needs. Strong clinical and leadership skills. Excellent communication skills and proven ability to work both autonomously and within a team environment. Relevant nursing experience within Urology. Collect and analyse data 
Enquiries: Claire Sage
Ph: *****75 + click to reveal
Applications Close: 27/04/2018
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Research projects on environmental and lifestyle determinants of cognitive and brain health Contribute in the areas of epidemiology, neuropsychology and brain imaging Fixed term (5 years), full-time appointment located in Melbourne
Australian Catholic University (ACU) is an inclusive community which welcomes students and staff of all beliefs. ACU has over 2,500 staff supporting more than 34,000 students across eight campuses – Adelaide, Ballarat, Brisbane, Canberra, Melbourne, North Sydney, Strathfield and Rome.
As valued members of our community, all staff members are expected to have an understanding of ACU's mission and values and to demonstrate an active contribution to them.
The Mary MacKillop Institute for Health Research (MMIHR) is focused on undertaking research that discovers and promotes effective strategies to create a healthier Australia. The work undertaken in the MMIHR aims to address critical public health issues by identifying and responding with innovative programs that deliver better health outcomes and transform lives.
The Research Fellow will contribute to research activities by proposing original research in the fields of epidemiology, neuropsychology and brain imaging, organising and/or supervising data collection, analysing brain MRI imaging data, and publishing in high quality scientific journals.
The position will include:
co-leading the development of an international network of early and middle career researchers
assisting in conducting research projects on environmental and lifestyle determinants of cognitive and brain health
performing analyses of multi-modal MRI data, including pre-processing and post-processing, using a wide array of toolboxes
publishing in high quality peer- reviewed journals and presenting research findings at seminars and conferences
To be successful for the role, you will need:
a PhD in neuropsychology and/or neuroscience or related discipline demonstrated experience in analyses of multi-modal MRI data an understanding of current research regarding environmental effects and lifestyle behaviours on cognitive and brain health evidence of ability to show commitment with integrity to the Catholic Identity, Mission and ethos of the University.
The University pursues an excellence agenda and offers an environment where staff are welcomed and safe, and valued through development, participation and involvement.
How to Apply:
Obtain the Position Description PD Research Fellow (Neuropsychology and Imaging).pdf  Applicants are expected to address all selection criteria listed in the position description. To apply for this role click the "Apply" link below. Visit Hints and Tips on how to apply.
Total remuneration valued to $114,172 - $134,629 pa, including salary component $96,477 - $113,908 pa (Academic Level B), employer contribution to superannuation and annual leave loading.
General enquiries can be directed to Professor Ester Cerin, Program Leader, Behaviour, Environment and Cognition Research Program on *****60 + click to reveal.
Only candidates with the right to work in Australia may apply for this position.
ACU is committed to diversity and social inclusion in its employment practices. Applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, people with disabilities and people from culturally diverse groups are encouraged.
Equal Opportunity and Privacy of personal information is University policy. For more details visit: www.acu.edu.au/careers
APPLICATIONS CLOSE: Monday 14th May, 2018
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Our modern and team-focused practice located on Bay Street, Port Melbourne requires an enthusiastic, reliable and hardworking member to join our team. We are offering a full-time position with an immediate start that includes ongoing training in all areas of dentistry including general, family, cosmetic, surgical, implant, and orthodontic. The successful applicant will:
-Have a long term commitment to a dental assistant role
-Be a reliable team player
-Contain excellent multi-tasking and organisation skills
-Fluently work under-pressure in a busy environment
-Be open to new technology and computer programs (Oasis for Dental)
-Provide exceptional patient care
-Be available to work fulltime including week nights and occasional weekends
-Willing to complete a traineeship at RMIT University
-Be an Australian resident who holds a current tax file number
-Willing to travel to our Wantirna South clinic on occasions when required
 
(Overseas dentist please do not apply)
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PMD Dental Care - www.pmddentalcare.com.au
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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: www.nexusprimaryhealth.org.au/careers & 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