Due to our fantastic ongoing growth, there is an opportunity for a Candidate Recruitment Consultant to join our established Adelaide team.

This role will suit a consultant looking to step away from sales. Are you looking for a change and wanting to join a fast-paced environment where no day will be the same? You will need to be an articulate professional with the ability to multi-task and have excellent time management skills.

Zancott is a 100% Australian Indigenous owned full-service recruitment company that specialises in the provision of cost-effective and innovative staffing solutions for major Infrastructure and Construction projects throughout Australia and we are seeing huge growth in our Adelaide Head office.

You will be able to demonstrate the following experience:
High volume and/or contract recruitment Consulting approach to candidates to be able to utilise every opportunity to find the right talent High levels of attention to detail Exceptional listening skills to ensure effective client and candidate management Ability to communicate effectively with all levels of seniority and have the right attitude to work hard and produce quality outcomes.
As part of a team of specialist Recruitment professionals in the business your team has a huge role to play in supplying the right talent to our growing portfolio of clients. 
You will have excellent customer service, communication, administration skills and the ability to work independently.
If you are ready to join a growing and diverse business who are proud to be Australian owned and have what it takes to add immense value, then we have the opportunity for you.
Base salary, Superannuation, laptop, phone and team support network and an opportunity to grow your career in a dynamic industry are on offer.
To Apply, please provide a copy of your resume and cover letter and email directly to ***** + click to reveal or via the APPLY NOW button
Your Opportunity
State Government client is seeking an experienced Biztalk Developer to help build integration components.
You will:
Develop or modify solutions Perform all tasks in the development life cycle including requirements analysis, design, development, and testing Utilize available programming methodologies and languages and adheres to coding standards, procedures and techniques while contributing to the technical code documentation Develop and program the actual interfaces to / from various applications and / or databases Promote good communications and the efficient and effective resolutions of issues Perform all other related duties as assigned.
Your Skills
Should have in-depth knowledge of BizTalk internal architecture In-depth knowledge on various messaging patterns and SOA architecture Advanced experience with Microsoft BizTalk 2013/2016 Thorough understanding of integration design patterns Good knowledge of BizTalk best practices and BizTalk design patterns Experience with C#, ASP.Net, Web Services, XML, XSLT, XSD, BizTalk adapters Minimum 2 years of .Net experience
DCSI child related employment screen clearance is also required before work can be commenced.
About Us
Experis accelerates business growth and careers by intensely attracting, assessing and placing specialised expertise in IT, Finance & Accounting, Engineering and other industries. Experis have recently expanded their Australian capabilities through the acquisition of Greythorn and Mark Sattin - leading professional services and recruitment firms specialising in technology and finance.
Experis and safesearch are dedicated business units of ManpowerGroup - a world leader in employment services for more than 60 years, and a recognised pioneer in the industry as well as preferred suppliers to State Government and commercial clients.
We were awarded ‘Best Candidate Management Program’ at the Thomson Reuters Recruitment Excellence Awards and voted ‘Best Large IT Recruiter’ at the Seek Annual Recruitment.
"Partner with us and be part of an organization renowned for consistent quality of service!"
For additional Information on the role, please contact us at the Experis Adelaide Office on *****41 + click to reveal
Diesel Mechanic job in Adelaide, fixed and mobile plant.
This well respected organisation design, engineer and manage complex large scale projects. Due to an increase in volume a Diesel Mechanic is required to join the team to work on mobile and fixed plant machinery in a workshop environment.
What you’ll need to succeed
• Qualified Diesel Mechanic or Diesel Fitter
• Experience on fixed or mobile plant
• Display a high level of commitment toward safety
You will be rewarded with a competitive hourly rate, along with the opportunity for ongoing work. Please apply on-line or by email to ***** + click to reveal or call Joanna on *****41 + click to reveal for more details.
Qualified Hairdresser
We are looking for Qualified hairdressers to fill 2 positions at Just Cuts Elizabeth/Parabanks, so if you love just cutting, having a lunch break, flexible hours and finishing on time, why not give us a go. We also pay award wages with penalties and yes, superannuation. Ph *****82 + click to reveal
Cabinet Maker job in Adelaide, ongoing opportunities.
This leading kitchen manufacturer are well respected for their high end products. Due to an increase in volume an opportunity has arisen for a Cabinet Maker to join the team on a contract basis.
This is a workshop based role in which you will work as part of a small but highly skilled team. As a qualified and experienced Cabinet Maker you will be able to read and interpret plans to ensure accurate cuttings for jobs.
It essential that you are a qualified Cabinet Maker and can operate saws and edge banders with the ability to prepare cabinet components as required. This is a unique opportunity to work with a renowned SA owned company with an outstanding reputation
Please apply online or email your resume to ***** + click to reveal or phone Joanna on *****41. + click to reveal
In Brief:
This high-profile organisation runs essential services in SA and has an enormous reach.  They’re managing a series of public facing websites and web applications that are in need of updating to be accessible following WCAG guidelines.
About the Role:
This role will be working in a small scrum team to ensure external sites are accessible, data is private and websites and applications are following best accessibility practices and WCAG guidelines. There may also be some additional integration work leveraging Restful web services and some work across SQL also.
Tech Environment:
The front end is built using HTML5, JavaScript (Angular and JQuery) and CSS They’re using SCSS and Foundations 6 to ensure sites are responsive Accessibility focus following WCAG guidelines REST API development Selenium for browser testing ASP.Net, Azure and Oracle PL-SQL for the backend Agile environment Initially this would be a 3-6 month contract with the view to extend further.
About you
Passionate about web development, you'll enjoy building web apps that are a pleasure to use.  You'll have an extensive knowledge of web standards, responsive applications, accessibility best practices and be driven to develop optimised, dynamic solutions.  Polished and professional, you'll enjoy sharing ideas, learning and creating experiences that users love.
A strong background working on responsive web projects Excellent understanding of HTML/CSS and JavaScript A background with CSS pre-compilers (SCSS/Sass/Smacss) Ideally a background working on Accessibility/WCAG projects Some exposure to .Net and SQL Excellent communication skills
This is a great opportunity to help an iconic SA business ensure their essential services are accessible by all. 
For further information please contact Reece at ***** + click to reveal
Junior Sous Chef and Chef de Partie
Hardy's Verandah Restaurant opened earlier this year on 23rd of February to very positive reviews. 
Following a $3 million fitout the restaurant opened in the 165 year old heritage listed Mt Lofty House. The restaurant has unobstructed views across Piccadilly Valley and one of the most experienced teams in the state.
We are focused on providing an amazing dining experience for each and every guests. Your primary responsibility will be to deliver of an exemplary customer experience.
This will be a hands-on role in a high-end environment with a responsibility to assist to grow and guide our team, stock control, food & safety and team management. If you are naturally passionate, energetic and motivated and take great pride in your work, you are exactly what we are looking for.
The successful candidate will be reliable, punctual and hardworking, have sound communication skills and a passion to exceed customer expectations every time.
Successful candidates should possess the following skills:
Must have worked in fine dining restaurant environments for a minimum of 1 year and have been at least a CDP Level. The candidate must respect seasonal produce and be skilled in traditional and modern techniques, food provenance, quality produce and seasonality. Exceptional time management skills Imagination to explore new cooking avenues Leadership Skills Well versed in maintaining a high level of kitchen hygiene.
If you are well presented, suitably qualified and keen to take on a challenging role to advance your career and skills forward, please apply with a CV on the link below.
Strictly confidential inquiries may be directed to General Manager Jesse Kornoff at ***** + click to reveal
Prestigious international university Wide range of employee benefits Continuing part-time Copyright Coordinator role

The University of Adelaide is one of Australia's leading Group of Eight, research-intensive universities and is consistently ranked among the top 1% of universities in the world. Established in 1874, it is Australia's third oldest university with a strong reputation for preparing educated leaders and delivering research outcomes that contribute to local, national and global wellbeing.
University of Adelaide employees enjoy a range of benefits and favourable work conditions that include opportunities for career development and advancement.
Building on its history of academic excellence, the University is preparing to deliver a reinvigorated education proposition that is second to none in Australia. To do this we require imaginative, dynamic and skilled people.
The Division of Academic and Student Engagement drives the achievement of the University's strategic goals in relation to learning and teaching. This includes ensuring that students have a quality experience and investing in the ongoing professional development of academic staff.
The Division is comprised of five key portfolio areas led by: the Pro Vice-Chancellor (Student Learning); Pro Vice-Chancellor (International); Dean, Indigenous Research and Education Strategy; University Librarian and the Executive Director, Division of Academic and Student Engagement.
The University Library portfolio provides resources and services to students and staff in support of research, teaching and learning, deliver training in information literacy, and manage the University's records and archives. They comprise of five libraries across the University's three main campuses.
The Library has a new Copyright Coordinator role within its Learning and Research Services team to assume a key advocacy role across the University. The Copyright Coordinator will also serve as the University’s compliance officer with an emphasis on the development and delivery of targeted copyright training and advice to students and staff across all disciplines. This comprehensive education and advisory services includes the use of copyright materials for teaching and research purposes. The role will monitor copyright legislation, as well as developing and managing the necessary procedures that ensure effective legal compliance by both students and staff. The Coordinator will be responsible for the copyright website and be first point of contact in relation to copyright issues.
Salary: (HEO7) $83,105 - $93,231 (full-time rate) per annum.
Superannuation: An employer contribution of 17% may apply.
Term of position: This continuing part-time position is available immediately.
Position requirements
To be successful you should have:
Proven working knowledge of Australian copyright legislation as it applies to Universities. Proven ability to read, comprehend and interpret legislation and licence agreements. Demonstrated high level oral, written and interpersonal communication skills including the ability to present effectively to diverse groups. Proven ability to proactively build and maintain effective working relationships with internal and external stakeholders. Demonstrated analytical, research and problem solving skills. Demonstrated computer skills in using a range of software and platforms. Relevant tertiary qualifications & relevant work experience, or an equivalent combination of relevant experience and/or education/training or a relevant postgraduate qualification
To obtain a copy of the Position Description, please visit the University of Adelaide Job opportunities page via this link:
Please address and upload your responses to the selection criteria / 'Knowledge and Experience' section of the position description within the online application. If you have any queries regarding this position, contact Nel Duffield, Learning & Research Services Manager, telephone: *****30 + click to reveal or email: ***** + click to reveal
Please note if the position description/selection criteria link is not appearing, you will need to view on another device.
Closing date: COB Monday 9th October, 2017

The University of Adelaide is an Equal Employment Opportunity employer. Women, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people who meet the requirements of this position are strongly encouraged to apply.
Location: South London
Salary/Rate: Based on role
Type: Temporary Date:
Primary Teacher, Supply, Primary Teaching, Teach in London, Year 1, Year 2, Year 3, Year 4, Year 5, EYFS
Guaranteed Supply Teaching 2017/2018 - Primary Teacher South London
We are now accepting applications to our guarantee pay scheme from primary teachers across the London area. We are able to pay you for up to 5 days a week just for being available to us.
Our schools across London are actively seeking a pool of primary trained teachers to cover a range of primary teaching jobs to cover classes from Year 1 to Year 6 in Wandsworth, Lambeth, Southwark, Lewisham, & Greenwich.
Your new role Our guarantee scheme allows you to obtain regular primary teaching jobs in areas convenient to you. Many teachers on this scheme are now in long-term and permanent positions so whether is it 2 days a week or 3, 4, or 5, we at Hays Education are able to accommodate your specific needs.
Primary trained teachers wishing to apply must be flexible and must have recent experience teaching in a UK primary school along with sound knowledge of the UK curriculum. A high level of classroom management and organisational skills are also required as well willingness to immerse themselves into the day-to-day life of the school. A relevant teaching qualification and a valid visa is a must in order to apply for any for primary teaching job in the UK. NQT's are welcomed to apply.
What you'll need to succeed Guaranteed supply is subject to successful registration and good to outstanding references will be required. To apply for our guaranteed supply scheme the following criteria must be met:
Primary qualified PGCE, B.Ed or equivalent Referable teaching experience Eligible to work in the UK
Skills required:
Sound understanding of the National Curriculum is essential Comfortable teaching throughout primary level Flexible and adaptable approach to work Resourceful teaching methods Strong classroom management skills
What you'll get in return Excellent rates of pay of up to £140 per day for cover supply Guaranteed work + Bonuses Regular social events + Discounted travel deals Personal consultant who deals with your specific requirements Continual career development opportunities that will benefit you both personally and professionally. Most of our courses are free of charge Local work in your area
What you need to do now
If you're interested in this role, click 'apply now' to forward an up-to-date copy of your CV, or call us now.
If this job isn't quite right for you but you are looking for a new position, please contact us for a confidential discussion on your career. 3 week Temporary End to End Payroll Assistant job. Based outskirts of CBD.
Positions available for experienced Industrial and commercial electricians Kingaroy based.
Senior Rezoning Officer for the Department of Planning and Environmnet
Mobile plant boilermaker required immediately for coverage DIDO out of Perth.
Childcare Director job in new centre opening in Inner West Sydney. Outstanding employee benefits
Exciting opportunity to join an iconic Australian organisation, extensive experience not essential
This company is a well known and highly reputable engineering business who have grown from strength to strength working across a number of disciplines within civil, infrastructure and the industrial space.
They have built a reputation for successfully undertaking technically challenging projects, delivering creative engineering and construction solutions surpasses client expectations.
Due to an internal restructuring they are looking to appoint a suitably qualified and experienced Lead Structures Engineer for their Adelaide office with strong exposure working on Marine/Maritime projects.
Typical Duties will include (but are not limited to) the following:
Performing technical engineering designs and calculations across a variety of marine structural projects Ensure creative and valuable design standards adhere to company & industry standards Work closely in a team to ensure project deadlines are achieved Liaising with key clients within the marine/maritime sectors Produce technical reports and help mentor Junior Engineers and Drafters Relevant tertiary qualification Minimum of 7 years Engineering experience in the Design 
The company are growing and have an excellent reputation This is a senior role with a chance to challenge yourself and gain job satisfaction from a respected and innovative business Autonomy and variety in your role Excellent salary remuneration for the right candidate 
For further information regarding this role or any similar vacancies which may be available please contact Paul O' Neill on *****00 + click to reveal or *****  + click to reveal
For a full explanation of our specialist areas and available positions please visit our website at
As the successful candidate, you will must have strong design experience on large marine construction projects. As this role is immediately available, applicants already located in Adelaide will be highly regarded.
You MUST be an Australian resident with valid visa or Permanent Residency.
Co Design Construct has recently relocated to Stepney and has rebranded from CoDesign Interiors after trading for 22 years. This change highlights our business focus as a commercial building contractor which, in addition to commercial fitout, also engages in general commercial construction and renovation projects.
These projects are either lump sum traditional contracts or at times involve a design and construct delivery approach. The scale of our projects are typically sub $1m.
We are undergoing a phase of growth and require the services of additional experienced carpenters to undertake varied works which include commercial first and second fix carpentry, partitions, ceilings and general building works.
Experience in commercial fitout work including steel studwork, plasterboard and aluminium framing, would be an advantage. Flushing skills would also be desirable.
Supervisory ability and an endeavor to take more responsibility and grow into a leadership position will be highly regarded. Opportunities for personal development will be encouraged.
Key requirements;
Relevant trade qualifications Ability to read and work from plans including ordering materials. Attention to detail and ability to perform quality workmanship. Ability to work in a team and good personal skills. Possess own tools of trade. Current white card. Current drivers licence and reliable transport DCSI clearance or at least be able to obtain this.
Desirable requirements
Safety Supervisors certificate Senior first aid
Please forward your up to date resume together with some written references or contact details for referees that can attest to you skills and personal attributes.
Address to *****  + click to reveal
The Lakes Resort Hotel requires a highly motivated, fully trade qualified and experienced Sous Chef.
The successful applicant must have a demonstrated experience in a Sous Chef or Chef de Cuisine position. Applicants must have Minimum Certificate 3 in commercial cookery or an equivalent trade qualification .
This position would suit a chef who is experienced in all facets of a large commercial kitchen, with 5+ years experience (particularly Bistro, Banqueting and Fine Dining) and has the ability to work unsupervised.
Applicants must have;
A passion for cooking and staying abreast of new techniques and food trends.
A ability to stay calm whilst working with high pressure workloads and tight deadlines
The ability to demonstrate initiative and innovative thinking , superior organisational and planning skills.
Ability to mentor and guide junior chefs.
Experience with kitchen management , ordering , rostering , forecasting, stock and cost control on a daily basis.
This is a full time position based on the business requirements of the hotel trading 7 days a week . Shifts will subsequently include day ,evenings and weekends. 
Please send application letter and resume to :
email : ***** + click to reveal
Attn : Executive Chef Nigel Rich
The Lakes Resort Hotel
141 Brebner Drive
West Lakes
SA 5021
Please note only successful candidates will be contacted.
Goods Receiving Person
Casual position – approximately 20 hours per week
Based at Hindmarsh
Support to the Stock Controller
Clerical and Store Maintenance
About Tynte:
South Australian owned, Tynte Flowers is a highly respected leader and innovator in the floristry and retail industry.  We love flowers.  We love the pleasure it gives to buyers… we love the joy it bring to our receivers.
Our two retail outlets are well recognised for the highest quality products and personalised service whilst our warehouse and studio at Hindmarsh are the hub of production and distribution for over 1200 floral deliveries a week. 
Tynte currently employs 30+ staff across; Floristry, Goods Inwards (Receiving), Despatch, Retail and the Call Centre.
About the role:
We are currently seeking an energetic and experienced person who can assist our Stock Controller with all elements of goods receiving and stock management / general warehousing.
You will enjoy a degree of independence as well as being a team player.  This position requires a self-starter looking to take their career to the next level.
This casual position is Monday to Friday from 6:30am.  Your availability for extended hours at our peak times is essential (Mothers' Day, Valentines & Christmas trading).
- Adhere to all Tynte WHS procedures,
- daily opening of the warehouse,
- receiving stock / invoice checking,
- quality control,
- data entry and stock counts,
- warehousing and storage,
- housekeeping and cool room stock management,
- property and garden maintenance.
Skills & Experience:
- Previous warehouse processing experience,
- stock management,
- previous experience working with perishable goods an advantage,
- effective time management skills and attention to detail,
- computer literacy (Excel, Outlook),
- Driver's license essential.
Be part of a South Australian success story and enjoy a dynamic and collaborative workplace surrounded by beautiful flowers and creative people. 
How to apply:
Please send an up to date resume to ***** + click to reveal
Applications close October 12, 2017 unless the ideal candidate is secured earlier.
With a network of more than 224 branches and 150 years in the industry, Tradelink is Australia’s trusted name in plumbing supplies.  We are part of the Fletcher Building group, a multinational organisation with a diverse workforce of 19,000, operating in 25 businesses in more than 45 countries, manufacturing and distributing world-leading building and construction products.
The role:
We currently have on offer an exciting opportunity for an enthusiastic and results driven Area Sales Manager to join our team. Reporting to the Regional Manager, you will manage and service the branches and allocated customer accounts; driving business within these areas whilst building on existing base, seek out and win sales, building long-term customer relationships.
In this autonomous leadership role, you will maximise your opportunities by planning, scheduling and managing the customer base through effective sales and call cycle plans, monitoring of performance against these plans, ensuring fulfilment of service and price commitments to customers and conducting all duties in alignment with the company’s safety policies.
Critical to your success will be your demonstrated sales experience, preferably from within the building/plumbing industry, coupled with solid business acumen and a high level of communication, negotiation and problem solving skills. You will possess exceptional interpersonal skills with a proven ability to build rapport with both internal and external customers based on honesty, integrity and knowledge.  Your professionalism and work ethic, combined with your customer focus and desire to take ownership towards contributing to the organisations goals, will ensure your success.  A clean valid driver’s licence is essential.
About you:
You will receive a rewarding salary and company vehicle and as part the Fletcher Building Group, you will have access to funding for educational assistance, training and be able to apply for career opportunities across our diverse market leading businesses at a national and international level.
As an Equal Opportunity Employer, we strive to create an inclusive environment for all our employees. We welcome applicants from diverse backgrounds to apply to any of our vacant positions. Talk to us about flexible working arrangements and career pathways.
Like to know more?
To make it with our Tradelink business, submit your application today! Or for further information or a confidential discussion call Vivienne Celani in our Perth office on *****08. + click to reveal
Building better together
Leading FM company looking to recruit multiple FIFO Site Administrators for immediate start. 3 month contract.
Your new company
An international Facilities Management company that have been in business for over 20 years. They boast a wide range of on-site services and credit a lot of their success to their people. They are working on one of the largest operational mining sites in SA and are looking to expand their team.

Due to an increase in workload and continued success they are looking to recruit multiple Accommodation/Site Administrators to work in Roxby Downs on temporary contracts. These will be FIFO roles from Adelaide (flights or bus) and the roster will be 10/4 or 2/1. Your working hours will be 7am-7pm with a 1 hour unpaid lunch break. Duties will include;

Using in-house computer management systems to organise flights and accommodation Dealing with contractors General site administration Issuing keys
As the transport and roster options may vary slightly throughout the contract candidate flexibility will be required.
What you'll need to succeed
As you will be working on a large operational mining site it will benefit your application if you have;

Site experience (mining/construction) Experience using INX or SAMS (other computer management systems will be considered) Excellent customer service skills A proven track record in providing a high level of service General administration experience Excellent MS Office skills (Word/Excel)
This is a mixture of technical administration and customer service so you must be comfortable working in a fast paced environment.
What you'll get in return
You will be offered a temporary contract (potentially until Xmas) for an international FM company on one of the largest mining sites in SA.
What you need to do now
If you're interested in this role, click 'apply now' to forward an up-to-date copy of your CV, or call Declan Millington on *****16 + click to reveal for a confidential discussion about the role.
If this job isn't quite right for you but you are looking for a new position, please contact us for a confidential discussion on your career.
An outstanding leadership opportunity
Full time position commencing in 2018 Lead the team and make a difference
St John's Grammar School is a leading ELC – Year 12 Independent Anglican School located in Belair, South Australia, with an exceptional reputation for providing high quality education and development opportunities for its students and staff.
This is an exciting opportunity for an outstanding educator and leader to join the School, taking the English curriculum, teaching and learning at the Secondary Campus into the future.
Applications close 1.00pm Thursday 5 October.
For more information, including a copy of the Position Description and how to apply, please visit the School's website at: or contact Tina Dahms, HR Director at ***** + click to reveal or on *****33. + click to reveal
ARTC plays a critical role in the transport supply chain and in the overall economic development of Australia. We manage and operate over 8500 kilometres of track in New South Wales, Victoria, South Australia, Western Australia and Queensland, making us one of Australia’s largest rail network owners.
Reporting to the CEO and a member of the executive team, this position will lead the corporate functions: procurement, technology and systems, risk, safety, environment, engineering standards and assurance.
The mandate of the position is to lead the transformation and enhancement of company- wide systems, policies, and the delivery of corporate services to existing operations including the Inland Rail Project, Interstate Network and Hunter Valley Network.
This leadership position will develop a best in class corporate services model with a focus on procurement, technology and safety. This will provide critical services to the business units to enhance the customer focussed operations, delivery of the Inland Rail Project and optimise returns to shareholders.
To be successful, candidates will demonstrate executive leadership in a national corporate services transformation setting as a COO or General Manager. They will have exceptional business planning, system/process development and financial management capability in a multifunctional services environment. Demonstrated change management and leadership is essential, coupled with superior executive stakeholder engagement and communication.
For a confidential discussion, please contact Jason Scoble on *****76 + click to reveal or to apply, vistit our website job reference #22778
About the job
The Information Technologist (Developer) is responsible for contributing to the design, development, implementation and support of IT systems, applications and services.  This role improves the performance of the IT function through system development which involves: project planning, feasibility studies, systems analysis, requirements definition, systems design and development, integration and testing, acceptance, implementation and maintenance.
Skills and Experience
The successful candidate will have a relevant tertiary qualification or equivalent knowledge and skills in an IT environment.  You will have demonstrated experience using programming languages, application development tools and databases along with a strong understanding of web application.  Strong time management skills and the ability to maintain high productivity with minimal supervision is essential in this role.
A University of Enterprise
The University of South Australia (UniSA) is an innovative, outward-looking institution known for its strong and engaged research and its experientially-based teaching and learning that is conducted in close collaboration with business, industry, government and the professions.
In recent years, we have maintained a strong upward trajectory across a number of key indicators and are ranked among the world’s top 50 young institutions.  We are committed to international education activities and alumni, graduates who are equipped to meet the demands and expectations of the worldwide workforce, a culturally diverse staff and increasing student mobility.
Benefits on offer
At UniSA, we seek to enrich people’s lives through the creation and application of knowledge.  Our staff love to be a part of an organisational culture that promotes a strong commitment to educating professionals, sharing knowledge, and engaging with our communities.
We offer a competitive remuneration package that includes generous superannuation contributions of up to 17%, and we have a family friendly approach to ensure you enjoy a healthy work/life balance.
Lodging your application
For a copy of the position description and to apply, please visit Working at UniSA. Please refer to the online application form which will indicate which selection criteria you need to address.  For further information about the position or the recruitment process, please contact Julie Bennett, Recruitment Consultant on *****00 + click to reveal or via email at ***** + click to reveal
CLICK HERE to access a copy of the position description
Applications close: 9.00am Thursday 5 October 2017
6 weeks initial contract with possible permanency City Fringe location Managing and supporting internal infrastructure
 As a Senior IT Support Officer you will be responsible for the provision of a range of high quality customer services to support the efficient and effective operation of client's IT environment including core and other relevant organisational applications, and related ICT infrastructure.
What skills and qualifications do I need? Minimum of 5 years IT experience in a similar role Proven ability to effectively monitor, prioritise and coordinate large volumes of service requests to successful outcomes Experience in Security administration including Active Directory and Group Policy Advanced Microsoft Office skills A current South Australian driver's licence
 Sound like you? Please contact Vimal @ *****62 for + click to reveal a confidential chat or Email us your resume as our client is prepared to fill this role quickly.
Job Summary
The Head of History & Geography is responsible to the Director of Learning, works closely with other Curriculum Leaders and Heads of Faculty, manages and leads the learning and teaching of students and supports staff in their area.
About Westminster
Westminster is a leading coeducational, Early Learning to Year 12, day and boarding Uniting Church School. We aspire to be the best school for an exceptional all round education, developing individuals of great character who enhance and inspire the world. To make this happen, we share a real sense of purpose, service and a commitment to learning and improving. Our outlook is global and we build authentic relationships to foster a strong community. We want Westminster to have a world class reputation, providing every opportunity for our students to succeed.
About the Head of History & Geography
The position of Head of Faculty is key in the leadership of the academic program of Westminster School.  Heads of Faculty report directly to the Director of Learning and are responsible for all aspects of learning, teaching, assessment, monitoring and curriculum in their respective subject areas. They act as role models and mentors to the members of their Faculty team, as well as performing line management responsibilities.
Key Responsibilities include:
School leadership: Contribute to effective overall School leadership and management as a member of the broader leadership team What students learn: Ensure appropriate curriculum and course development across the Learning Area How students learn: Lead Learning Area staff to develop and employ highly effective pedagogical practices How well students learn: Lead the Learning Area to assess, evaluate and improve student learning outcomes. Lead and manage Learning Area staff: Create a work environment that facilitates high levels of engagement, discretionary effort, teamwork and development, and perform delegated line management responsibilities. General Learning Area leadership and administration: Manage operational and other leadership requirements of the Faculty. Other leadership responsibilities specific to the Learning Area
Skills and Experience required:
Key Selection Criteria: Qualifications, Skills and Experience
Relevant tertiary qualifications and an experienced Teacher in History and Geography Exemplary classroom practitioner with a proven record of student outcomes A leader in exceptional pedagogy and curriculum who will reinvigorate the curriculum Previous experience in leading projects and change management Proven experience in leading and managing people High level understanding of SACE and SACE modernisation High level of ICT skills, knowledge and incorporation into classroom practice Involvement at SACE level (moderation and marking) is desirable Regular and up to date professional knowledge and learning Accreditation as a Highly Accomplished or Lead Teacher (or working towards) will be viewed favourably.
Key Selection Criteria: Personal Qualities
Builds positive, authentic relationships with managers, peers, staff, parents and students Innovator and initiator, who inspires others to learn and grow High level communication and interpersonal skills Enthusiastic, resilient and optimistic educator Committed to lifelong learning
A team builder inspires others to learn and grow A team player demonstrating a 'whole School' and 'whole child' perspective
A position description is available on our website under the Employment tab  
For further information about this role please contact Andrea Sherwood on *****05 + click to reveal or via email at ***** + click to reveal
To apply, please submit your Resume and a cover letter in pdf or word format addressing the key selection criteria and address to Ms Andrea Sherwood, Director of Learning as soon as possible.
AnglicareSA is South Australia’s biggest social services provider, with more than 1800 employees and 700 volunteers who support nearly 58,000 South Australians each year. Working across a range of service areas including older people, children & families, foster care, young people, support & disability and housing, they have a clear strategic plan underpinned by the themes of Customers First, Justice for All, Strong and Sustainable and Organisational Excellence. Following an internal promotion, a Head of Community Aged Care is now sought to provide strategic leadership and drive business and operational performance of the Community Aged Care division.
Reporting to the General Manager, Aged Care Services and working closely with the Head of Aged Care Strategy and Business Development, you will lead a home care and allied health team (6 direct reports) and develop and implement operational plans for the division in line with strategic objectives. This will include identifying opportunities to maximise community participation and engagement during the development, review and provision of programs and services, regular evaluation and reporting to ensure optimal service delivery, as well as developing new practice models to ensure that AnglicareSA is competitive and at the forefront of service delivery. Importantly, you will drive a performance culture, provide program specific expertise and mentoring to managers in leadership and best practice in Consumer Directed Care (CDC), financial reporting and budgeting and overseeing management of funding agreements.
A visible, engaging and natural influencer you will display strong business acumen, with the ability to adapt to and drive change. With previous leadership experience within the aged care, disability or community services sector, you will have solid working knowledge of key principles and current practices in community aged care, community engagement and service delivery, with a focus on best practice in CDC. Relevant tertiary qualifications in community services, business management or a relevant specialist field are preferred.
Actively contribute to the planning, development and implementation of AnglicareSA’s social, economic, environmental and business strategies. Lead the delivery of quality customer service outcomes and best practice in CDC.

Applications should be forwarded to the attention of Salli Tanner in Word format. Confidential telephone enquiries are welcome to Salli on *****29. + click to reveal Please visit to apply.