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• Are you ready for a fresh start in 2018?
• Are you looking to take your first step in the market research industry?
• Are you retired and need something to keep you busy over the weekends?
• Or maybe you know someone who is looking at getting a new weekend job?

Make the most of the nice weather by doing a job that sees you out and about, interviewing and surveying people, all whilst making good money!

This is an opportunity to join the fantastic team of interviewers at Roy Morgan, one of Australia’s best known and longest established market research and public opinion polling companies. We have several vacancies all over Adelaide for motivated, positive, confident people within our Face-to-Face Market Research department.

What’s involved?
- Casual, ongoing weekend roles – no selling or promotions involved!
- Earn up to $400 a weekend working autonomously and close to home
- Conduct interviews and surveys with people in your assigned area, without prior appointments

In order to be successful in your application, you must meet the following criteria:
- Ability to commit to weekend shifts (Saturdays and Sundays 9.30am-5.30pm)
- Have a valid driver’s license, and access to a reliable vehicle (you will be paid for mileage)
- Eligible work rights in Australia
- Basic computer skills
- Excellent communication skills
- Proven track record of being self-sufficient, reliable and committed to completing assigned tasks
- Have the confidence to knock on doors and survey respondents, following a scripted interview
- Previous experience in a similar role is not mandatory, but will be looked upon favourably

Complete training will be provided to all successful applicants.

If you think you have what it takes, email us on *****@roymorgan.com + click to reveal with your resume. Please include which suburb you live in.
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We are seeking a motivated dental assistant/receptionist to join our growing team at Alpha Dental Care. Our practice is focused on exceptional patient care and high quality dentistry.
This position is for an Experienced Dental Assistant/Receptionist for part-time hours who is eager to work in a broader role.
Key Responsibilities:
•Providing chairside assistance,
•Reception and administration duties,
•Sterilizing and infection control,
•Surgery cleanliness and preparation.
Our ideal applicant will have:
•Experience in both dental reception and chairside assisting
•Qualifications Cert III in Dental Assisting and Radiology are highly recommended.
•Have a long-term commitment to a Dental Assistant/Receptionist role.
•Flexibility in hours needed
•Ability to work well within a team
•Strong communication skills
•Mature, responsible and caring demeanour
•Experience with Exact Dental software (highly regarded)
•Police Clearance & Child Related Employment Screening
•Availability to work Saturday mornings and/or some evening sessions
•Must speak fluent English
If you believe that you would be suitable for this position then we would love to hear from you. Please submit your application by clicking 'Apply'.
Send CV (including Referees) to *****@alphadentalcare.com.au + click to reveal
And ring Anne on *****11 + click to reveal
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Are you an established or aspiring Finance Manager who enjoys a hands-on role but also capable of leading financial strategy? Our client is a highly regarded industry expert, providing specialist services to the medium and large end of the construction industry. This newly created position offers the opportunity for a quality Finance Manager who loves to actively manage all aspects of business finance, and is skilled enough to understand the importance of good business process.
Delivering a range of specialist services to the construction sector, our client is seeking a self-driven finance professional to take complete responsibility for the finance function in what can be a complex business. Ideally, we are also seeking the skills to help develop a master finance plan for the ongoing growth of the business.
Genuine applicants will require a relevant tertiary qualification, have the motivation to take responsibility, the ability to work autonomously, and the knowledge to implement strong operational processes. This is a role that will manage all financial systems, reporting, tax and governance. We are absolutely seeking a team-oriented person who can earn the respect of others and work in a close-knit family business who respects good staff. 
If you believe you have the skills and the character to lead the finance function of a progressive family business, please forward a detailed resume to Jason James at the address below, quoting reference number EX23523.
Telephone enquiries are welcome on *****44. + click to reveal
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Perm-A-Pleat Schoolwear is a family owned national company and is one of the largest manufacturers and suppliers of school wear and accessories in Australia with more than 35 years of expertise.  We promote a friendly, team-orientated and safe working culture, taking great pride in the quality of our products and striving to deliver exceptional service to our customers.
This position is at an on-campus uniform shop of a prestigious college founded on Christian principles.  We are seeking a pleasant and efficient retail person to work part-time at our school uniform store and who will support and reflect the College's ethos and values in the day-to-day management and trading of the store.
This role require a minimum of 15 trading hours per week with extra hours also required during peak trading periods throughout the year.
The successful applicant must have previous retail experience.  Operation of a computerised cash till (POS), cash handling and good knowledge of computer packages are necessary skills to be successful in this role, together with being able to work the hours required. The commencement date is 17 April 2018.
To apply for this position, please email your resume and covering letter outlining why you require part-time work to *****@permapleat.com.au + click to reveal by close of business on Monday, 12 March 2018.
If you require further information please telephone Francine Faria, National Retail Operations Manager on *****11. + click to reveal
Please note the successful applicant will also be required to apply for a Working with Children's Check.
 
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Starting ASAP 6 month contract, possibility of ongoing work Southern suburbs 
 
Located in the Southern Suburbs, our client is a large Australian manufacturer and a global leader in their field. Being employers of choice, our client believes in keeping jobs local and supporting SA families. This is the perfect opportunity to get your foot in the door with a great company. 
 
Successful candidates will possess:
Experience with mechanical/engineering/technical parts Ability to take ownership of setting up locations, minimum stock levels and re-order levels Experience with documentation such as pick lists, dispatch notes, receipts, shipping advises and checking invoices  Good computer system capabilities  Some purchasing experience Forklift license - preferred  Work well within a team and individually Sound safety record - think and act safely Ability to pre-employment medical including drug & alcohol screening
 
Our clients offer safe and inclusive environments with on-going opportunities for the right candidates.
To apply, please forward your resume to:
Allstaff Resources
263 South Road Mile End  SA  5031
Ph:  *****12 + click to reveal
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E: *****@allstaffresources.com.au + click to reveal
 
Applicants who have not been contacted within 10 days from their submission will not have been successful on this occasion.
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We are currently seeking an experienced .Net Developer that has been involved design, development, analysis and documentation within the Software Development Life Cycle.
As a .Net Developer you will present with experience in developing both web and desktop applications utilising the complete .Net stack.
Key Responsibilities:
Development of industry leading applications (both desktop and Web) Performing code reviews for other members of the development team User Interface development Engage with internal and external stakeholders ensuring essential requirements are defined Enhance the development capability of the team
Key Requirements:
Experience with .Net stack Experience with Front-End development technologies (JavaScript, jQuery, MVC, HTML, CSS) Proven ability to write quality code and understand underlying mechanisms Solid working knowledge of SQL Server databases Ability to work in a team environment Excellent written and verbal communication skills
This is a outstanding opportunity, for a technically strong developer to contribute to the success of the product and organisation.
To apply please click apply or call John-Paul Joubeir on *****00 + click to reveal or Giuseppe Nasca on *****08 + click to reveal for a confidential discussion.
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SouthLink has long been a leading name in Adelaide and South Australia’s transport landscape and has been at the forefront of providing comfortable and reliable bus services from daily public transport, school routes and private charter services.
This opportunity as the Team Leader for Sales &Marketing will be to develop and execute sales strategies to increase revenue to the business. You will develop strategy and be hands on in the field directly selling the SouthLink service offering to new and existing clients developing relationships and foundations for repeat business.
You will have:
Proven track record in direct sales, with strong “Features/Benefits” methodology and the ability to win business through strong and innovative sales technique Excellent communication, strong negotiation skills and calm approach to closing business but also team leadership and mentorship Strategic approach to marketing and sales with ability to use GAP/Needs Analysis to improve sales cycles. Ability to build and nurture relationships, creating a robust account management approach to existing and lapsed clients Industry experience in transport or travel related fast paced sales environment highly regarded.
In return you will work with a leading name in local public transport that has a wealth of sales “opportunities” with existing clients, and historical lapsed clients to approach. You will have a generous remuneration package, with the added benefit of working for a large transport company that can offer development opportunities both in skills and career development.
To apply hit “apply now” or contact Nathan on *****@downergroup.com + click to reveal to know more on opportunities with SouthLink/Keolis Downer.
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SouthLink has long been a leading name in Adelaide and South Australia’s transport landscape and has been at the forefront of providing comfortable and reliable bus services from daily public transport, school routes and private charter services.
This opportunity as the Team Leader for Sales &Marketing will be to develop and execute sales strategies to increase revenue to the business. You will develop strategy and be hands on in the field directly selling the SouthLink service offering to new and existing clients developing relationships and foundations for repeat business.
You will have:
Proven track record in direct sales, with strong “Features/Benefits” methodology and the ability to win business through strong and innovative sales technique Excellent communication, strong negotiation skills and calm approach to closing business but also team leadership and mentorship Strategic approach to marketing and sales with ability to use GAP/Needs Analysis to improve sales cycles. Ability to build and nurture relationships, creating a robust account management approach to existing and lapsed clients Industry experience in transport or travel related fast paced sales environment highly regarded.
In return you will work with a leading name in local public transport that has a wealth of sales “opportunities” with existing clients, and historical lapsed clients to approach. You will have a generous remuneration package, with the added benefit of working for a large transport company that can offer development opportunities both in skills and career development.
To apply hit “apply now” or contact Nathan on *****@downergroup.com + click to reveal to know more on opportunities with SouthLink/Keolis Downer.
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Are you planning to "escape from the city"?

Making its debut on the ABC in 2018, "ESCAPE FROM THE CITY" is searching for POTENTIAL HOUSE HUNTERS IN AUSTRALIA who are ready to leave the big smoke behind....

Perhaps you crave the peace and quiet of the wine regions.... maybe you picture yourself spending more time with the family in a quiet country town - or you might be desperate to escape the hustle and bustle og the rat-race for a life on the coast, where you can breathe in the fresh ocean air AND a healthier lifestyle?

We're looking for people planning to buy or rent in anew location. get a glimpse of the life you've always dreamt about And get free expert advice on how to make it happen.

If you're planning a sea-change or a tree-change in 2018, we'd love to hear from you.

Application Deadline: March, 2018

Further info:
The ‘Escape’ Team are standing by to answer any questions you have about the show, and to chat through your plans for a tree-change or sea-change. Please call *****21 + click to reveal to reach the team, who can also assist with the application form.
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SouthLink has long been a leading name in Adelaide and South Australia’s transport landscape and has been at the forefront of providing comfortable and reliable bus services from daily public transport, school routes and private charter services.
This opportunity as the Team Leader for Sales &Marketing will be to develop and execute sales strategies to increase revenue to the business. You will develop strategy and be hands on in the field directly selling the SouthLink service offering to new and existing clients developing relationships and foundations for repeat business.
You will have:
Proven track record in direct sales, with strong “Features/Benefits” methodology and the ability to win business through strong and innovative sales technique Excellent communication, strong negotiation skills and calm approach to closing business but also team leadership and mentorship Strategic approach to marketing and sales with ability to use GAP/Needs Analysis to improve sales cycles. Ability to build and nurture relationships, creating a robust account management approach to existing and lapsed clients Industry experience in transport or travel related fast paced sales environment highly regarded.
In return you will work with a leading name in local public transport that has a wealth of sales “opportunities” with existing clients, and historical lapsed clients to approach. You will have a generous remuneration package, with the added benefit of working for a large transport company that can offer development opportunities both in skills and career development.
To apply hit “apply now” or contact Nathan on *****@downergroup.com + click to reveal to know more on opportunities with SouthLink/Keolis Downer.
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WHO ARE WE?
CHAMP Resources are a dynamic Workforce Management Company. We specialise in civil, infrastructure and mining work throughout Australia as well as are a Multi-National Workforce Management Company.
We're currently seeking an experienced Fitter for an ongoing role in the Kilburn region. Work commencing immediately, Monday - Friday role with a great career potential. 
To be considered for this role, we are looking for candidates that can demonstrate the following skills and experience:
Trade Qualification  Strong work ethic and reliability Commitment to safe operating procedures Drivers License and reliable transport Ability to pass a Pre-Employment Functional Assessment including Drug & Alcohol screening Available for immediate commencement
To be considered for this position you must provide an up to date resume with strong references, which clearly states your experiences within the relevant field. 
https://champ-resources.foundu.com.au/register/employee
If you believe your skills and experience matches the above criteria please apply today or contact the CHAMP Resources Operations Team on *****26 + click to reveal for more information.
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WHO ARE WE?
CHAMP Resources are a dynamic Workforce Management Company. We specialise in civil, infrastructure and mining work throughout Australia as well as are a Multi-National Workforce Management Company.
We're currently seeking an experienced Electrician for an ongoing role in the Kilburn region. Work commencing immediately, Monday - Friday role with a great career potential. 
To be considered for this role, we are looking for candidates that can demonstrate the following skills and experience:
Trade Qualification  Current SA Electrical Licence Current LVR & CPR Certification Strong work ethic and reliability Commitment to safe operating procedures Drivers License and reliable transport Ability to pass a Pre-Employment Functional Assessment including Drug & Alcohol screening Available for immediate commencement
To be considered for this position you must provide an up to date resume with strong references, which clearly states your experiences within the relevant field. 
https://champ-resources.foundu.com.au/register/employee
If you believe your skills and experience matches the above criteria please apply today or contact the CHAMP Resources Operations Team on *****26 + click to reveal for more information.
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This is a short term temporary assignement with a well known Adelaide business.
The assignment will be 3 weeks long working casual part time hours which suits you! A handover will be provided depending how soon you can begin.
Reporting to the Finance Manager this role will see you manage the full accounts function for this short period of time. You will be responsible for:
Process supplier invoices Pay suppliers within terms Reconcile supplier statements Run monthly reports Monthly accruals GRNI reconciliation Supplier Management Stocktake duties
If you have had experience with Accounts Payable and are available to start working immediately in the Western Suburbs of Adelaide - Please apply today.
To apply please click apply or call Denise Antoniou on *****00 + click to reveal for a confidential discussion.
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At yourtown, we believe every young person has the right to a brighter future and aim to be part of the solution by delivering services that get results. Our services include Kids Helpline, training and employment services for young people, parent education and specialist accommodation for families. We are one of the largest not-for-profit providers of services for young people in Australia with sites across Queensland, New South Wales, South Australia and Tasmania. The community with yourtown’s Art Unions funds most of what we do. At yourtown you will be part of the solution.
 
The Northern Adelaide Manager leads the delivery of yourtown's community-based client programs in order to achieve quality client outcomes and program performance targets and objectives. You will also be responsible for business development, stakeholder engagement and organisational positioning.
The programs in the Northern Adelaide area include diverse responses to young people and parents wanting to re-engage with education, training and employment across:
Parenting and family services that support young parents to connect with community and pursue training and work preparation programs Education and re-engagement programs that keep young people in school and offer other positive pathways Work preparation and employment services that give young people extra life choices and get them a job
 
Drawing on your knowledge and understanding in working with young people and parents, the successful candidate will provide leadership and operational management of program teams across two locations within the Elizabeth area. This is a hands-on, fast paced and dynamic position that forms part of yourtown's Southern Area management team. You will demonstrate the ability to draw on the organisation's resources and to work collaboratively to ensure the delivery of high quality, outcome focused services for children, young people and their families.
This position will suit someone who is looking to grow their leadership and management experience whilst remaining directly involved in the services and operations. Your commitment to working in a values-based organisation according to our client-practice framework is essential. In return, you will join a large established organisation with an extensive history and growing presence in the southern states.
At yourtown our town is your town. We’re all about people, how we work with each other and the hundreds and thousands we care for each year. We take the time to listen, understand and encourage people to find their place. We offer attractive employment conditions including access to salary packaging arrangements and paid parental leave. Find your place at yourtown.
As a national child safe organisation, yourtown undertakes a Working with Children Check and a National Criminal History Check as part of our recruitment process.
In line with yourtown's diverse workplace culture, Indigenous and Torres Strait Islander people are encouraged to apply.
 
Applications close 5 March, 2018
To apply please visit our careers page 
Enquiries welcome to Bernadette Gillies, Resourcing Partner on *****83 + click to reveal
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This well established company is based in the construction and maintenance industry. Within their Adelaide office, they are enjoying an increase in projects. As a result, we are currently seeking qualified carpenters to join their team. Immediate starts are available.
What you'll need to succeed
To be successful for this role you will need to be a qualified carpenter and have:
Your own hand tools and your own tested and tagged power tools Industry white card Valid driver’s license and reliable transport Strong work ethic and focussed attitude to safety Be physically fit and able to pass drug and alcohol screening

What you'll get in return
We are looking for candidates with a strong work ethic, initiative and the ability to work as part of a team. In return you will be given a safe working environment, an excellent casual hourly rate and the potential for overtime.
What you need to do now
If you're interested in this role, click “apply now” or forward your resume to *****@hays.com.au + click to reveal - if this job isn't quite right for you but you are looking for a new position, please contact us for a confidential discussion on your career.
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Codan Radio Communications designs and manufactures a range of high value added electronics products for global government, business, aid & humanitarian, public safety and security markets.
Codan currently has an exciting opportunity for Graduate Software Engineers to become part of our dedicated Engineering teams on a permanent, full-time basis.
With a first class facility located in Technology Park and a focus on cutting-edge technology, you can be part of a global engineering team that spans Adelaide, Canada and New Zealand. As part of the Codan Radio Communications team you will be provided with ongoing support and development including mentoring.
Radio Communications -  Long range digital radio [HF], land mobile radio [VHF/UHF] and tactical radio [HF/VHF] https://www.codanradio.com/
Support the design and development of software in Radio Communications products; Be part of a company with worldwide operations; Earn an attractive remuneration package; Position available for immediate start.
The successful candidate for this role in Adelaide will have the opportunity to assist with the design, implementation and development testing of real-time embedded software for High Frequency (HF) transceiver systems according to specifications.
A key responsibility of the role will be the provision of accurate status information at all stages of the software development life cycle to achieve the delivery of software systems both on time, and on budget.
The role will also include the provision of maintenance and support for our current products. 
We are looking for the following skills and attributes in the successful candidate:
Tertiary qualifications in Electronic, Computer Systems or Software Engineering, or equivalent; In depth knowledge of C/C++ and TCP/IP networking; Real-time embedded RTOS based development; Object Oriented Analysis and Design; In depth knowledge of XML and XSD; Texas Instruments C6000 based & Freescale ARM SOCs experience desired; Time management skills with the ability to prioritise tasks; Ability to use creative, conceptual or inductive reasoning to develop novel concepts; Two years of experience in embedded software development would be highly desired.
Before you look any further, speak to us about this exciting graduate opportunity and why Codan would be the right career choice for you!
Enquiries are welcomedirectly to Rebecca Killian, Human Resources Business Partner, *****@codanradio.com + click to reveal 
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If you are looking for the ultimate opportunity to kick-start your engineering career this is the company to do it with! 
 
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We are a 3PL transport company specialising in roll products and we are looking to employ a suitably qualified professional driver for the position of a HC interstate driving role.
Requirements include:
- minimum of 5 years driving experience
- HC licence
- Non-smoker
- BFM
You will be required for 2 trips weekly departing from our Camden Park facility to Melbourne and back.
In return you will receive:
- Above award rates
- Good equipment-
- Good conditions / Friendly enviroment
- Opportunity for long term employment
If you have a can-do attitude and pride yourself on maintaining a high level of service, then we want to hear from you.
Please email your CV and if you have any queries, please contact the director, Martin Holtman on *****07 + click to reveal.
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THE COMPANY:
This is a stunning brand new Restaurant in McLaren Vale boasting a unique concept and exceptional food. Setting their sights on being the one of the best in the nation, this exceptional venue will showcase some of the region's best and most fresh food.
THE ROLE:
This will be a 100% hands on, Chef de partie role that requires a skilled, energetic, disciplined and passionate senior Chef who has worked in a 1-2 hat, fine dining environment in the past. You will need to be able to hold your own section very well, and supervise and mentor junior staff.
The successful candidate will work along side an exceptional Head Chef with a brilliant background in fine dining / hatted venues. Being part of a dynamic and well crafted team, this is an amazing opportunity to make your mark on the region and showcase amazing local produce.
SKILLS & EXPERIENCE:
Trade Qualifications are essential Must have had experience in fine dining and hatted Restaurants at a Snr CDP or CDP level at minimum Strength in all sections of the kitchen A team player with a positive attitude A hands on and motivating Chef de partie Great attention to detail The ability to competently run your own sections Strengths in all sections of the kitchen Great passion and discipline in your profession
BENEFITS & CULTURE:
An AMAZING restaurant Exceptional food, within a well known brand Salary, negotiable on experience Ambitious company with the desire to win awards and be the best in the business. Step in to an amazing business, that produces exceptional food
So - have I caught your attention? APPLY NOW!
Seeking a job change now?
When you fill out a confidential profile with Frontline Hospitality, it goes to our team of experienced recruiters and that's who you have working for you the Frontline Hospitality team.
Our unique system of recruitment means the whole team will be trying to find you the right job.
To apply online, please click on the apply button.
Alternatively, for a confidential discussion, please contact Ashleigh Lucas on *****22 + click to reveal, quoting Ref No. 145235 or otherwise please check out our website for other available positions.
www.frontlinehospitality.com.au
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Enviro Sweep, a progressive road sweeping contractor, seeks the services of a mature, reliable person for the for the position of Road & Site Sweeper Operator to assist with its operational requirements. With its head office located in Salisbury the successful candidate will be working in and around Adelaide's surrounding suburbs.
A South Australian owned company established in 1997, Enviro Sweep is a progressive, growth orientated company that leads the market in providing a premium service by utilising industry leading equipment and operating procedures.
The casual position will report to the Operations Manager and will be responsible for:
Performing of all required road and site sweeping duties as scheduled; Performing any general labouring duties that may be required; Ensuring road sweeping work meets the standards of management and the expectations of customers; The completion of site inductions and accreditation with respect to customer sites where required; and Performing all required start-up, wash-down end of shift and routine maintenance procedures.
In order to maintain these responsibilities, the successful applicant must:
Have a current South Australian MR licence or higher; Must have minimum of 3 years Truck driving experience Preferably possess a strong mechanical aptitude; Be able to work autonomously whilst maintaining a company driven focus; Display a sense of urgency and punctuality in their work; Possess strong time management and  organisational skills; Be willing to work varied and flexible hours   including weekend work is essential; and Be willing to undergo a pre-employment medical & drug and alcohol screen.
If this employment opportunities interests you, please forward your Resume to *****@envirosweep.com.au + click to reveal
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A full time position exists for an experienced ICT Support Officer to join the Burnside Hospital.
We offer above award rates, salary packaging and flexible working hours.
The experienced ICT Support Officer is responsible for duties that include but are not limited to, providing Level 1 and Level 2 IT Support for all staff, patients and visiting medical officers, performing day-to-day network and active directory administrative duties, effective management and prioritisation of support requests, assisting with user/device configuration and administration and undertake installation and routine maintenance (hardware and software).
ESSENTIAL
Tertiary or TAFE qualifications in Information Technology or a related discipline ITIL (v3) Foundation Certification High level knowledge of supporting and deploying MS Windows environment Demonstrated experience in ticket management including prioritisation, escalation and status reporting Experience in operational administration of VMWare environment Experience in operational administration of Microsoft server, Active Directory, FileShare and Group Policy Excellent written and verbal communication skills Demonstrated ability to troubleshoot and identify solutions DESIRABLE
ICT industry certification (MTA, MCSA) Knowledge of network (WAN\LAN) devices and technologies Knowledge of systems and data security principles
Inquiries and job description available from: Gail Jelfs, Human Resource Officer on *****22 + click to reveal ext. 8376.
Written applications to: Gail Jelfs, Human Resource Officer *****@burnsidehospital.asn.au + click to reveal
Applications close:  4th March 2017
 
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Prestigious international university Wide range of employee benefits Continuing opportunity - Team Leader, Academic Support

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. 
The Faculty of Sciences is one of five faculties at the University of Adelaide. As the first university in Australia to grant degrees in science (1882), science has long been at the cornerstone of the institution and this continues today. As a research and education leader in fields such as biomedical sciences, agricultural, environmental and earth sciences, and photonics, the faculty offers an exciting and innovative work environment.  
The Team Leader, Academic Support, provides high-level advice to Faculty management on core academic support and student administration systems in the Faculty. As a senior member of the Faculty’s professional staff team, the role takes a strategic approach to assisting Faculty management in furthering and achieving the Faculty's and University's goals. Reporting to the Student & Learning Services Manager, the role will manage academic support activities in the Faculty, providing high-level support and advice on curriculum development and review, quality assurance and student administrative systems for the Faculty.
The role is responsible for ensuring effective and high quality curriculum administrative support across all programs to maintain quality and compliance, and for coordinating student administrative systems in the Faculty. The role coordinates program development processes, the publication of course outlines, and the coordination of tasks relating to internal and external audits of programs and courses. The role is also responsible for the coordination of timetabling, exams and results processes in the Faculty. This role is responsible for the leadership of a team of professional staff, located within the Faculty's four Schools and across three campuses. This position works closely with School Managers and is a major contact for information flow between the Schools and the Faculty on teaching and student systems issues.
Salary: (HEO7) $83,105 to $93,231 per annum
Superannuation: An employer contribution of 17% may apply
Term of position: This continuing position is available immediately
Position requirements
To be successful you should have:
Demonstrated experience and expertise in supporting curriculum development and delivery, and quality assurance and compliance Demonstrated experience in leading and managing a team Excellent communication skills, both verbal and written, including the ability to liaise and negotiate with staff at all levels Excellent organisational and planning skills across a range of functions including the capacity to develop and implement procedures and guidelines Ability to interpret and implement policy, analyse data, provide advice and report on academic and curriculum matters in a concise and understood way, including the ability to write memos and reports for senior staff Demonstrated knowledge of learning and teaching policy and procedures in a tertiary institution Demonstrated computer literacy skills with expertise in advanced functions of office technology, including word processing, spreadsheets and databases A degree with at least four years subsequent relevant experience; or extensive experience and management expertise in a relevant field; or an equivalent combination of relevant experience and/or education/training To obtain a copy of the Position Description, please visit the University of Adelaide Job opportunities page via this link: http://careers.adelaide.edu.au/cw/en/job/498176/team-leader-academic-support
Please address and upload your responses to the 'Selection Criteria' section of the position description within the online application.
If you have any queries regarding the application process for this position, please contact Michelle Carter, HR Officer, email: *****@adelaide.edu.au + click to reveal.
If you have any queries regarding the position, please contact Pauline Oswald, Student and Learning Services Manager, email: *****@adelaide.edu.au + click to reveal.
Please note if the position description link is not appearing, you will need to view on another device.
Closing date: 9am Monday, 5 March 2018

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.
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GENERAL PRACTITIONERS (x2)
ONE LOCATED IN ADELAIDE'S N.E. SUBURB OF HIGHBURY
ONE LOCATED IN ADELAIDE'S CBD
PART TIME OR FULL TIME
Why not work where you will be valued & respected?
Recently or soon to be qualified GP Registrars welcome to apply
Position available immediately
As a fellowshipped, non-restricted GP we know that you have many options as to where you want to work.
We would like you to consider working with us.
We can offer you:-
Terms & conditions of engagement that are better than most. A warm & friendly practice environment. Genuine collegiate support & respect. Nurses who really care about your patients. Professional IT & administrative support & services. Flexibility to enable you to strike the right balance between life and work. Strong ties with the University of Adelaide's faculty of Health Sciences. Ongoing engagement with medical undergraduates. An organisational culture where we respect tradition but are always wanting to innovate and improve. Adelaide Unicare is a company which is 100% owned and controlled by the University of Adelaide. We own and run 5 General Practices in South Australia.
Currently we have two GP vacancies - one in our Gawler Place Medical Practice & one in our Unihealth Highbury Practice.
Applicants must be "unrestricted" – ie they must have Specialist Registration with AHPRA and not be subject to Medicare's 10 year moratorium.
Applicants will need to have wide experience of working in general practice – and comfortable working with patients of all age cohorts.
Adelaide Unicare is committed to providing work/life balance and this role can be adapted to be a full time or part time position to suit your lifestyle.
Both practices are mixed billing practices & fully accredited with AGPAL. The two teams of  GPs are each supported by a highly experienced Practice Manager, practice nurses, allied health providers & administrative staff. There is also an on-site pathology collection centre at each site which is very convenient for patients.
As an independent contractor, Adelaide Unicare provides all services, facilities, infrastructure, nursing and administrative staff. The amount charged by Adelaide Unicare for the provision of such services is modest with doctors retaining approximately 70% of their gross billings. These arrangements mean you can focus on what matters most to you – your patients. You can expect to generate above market related earnings.
Both practices have a strong focus on Teaching & Research in association with the University of Adelaide. These links mean that the practices are involved with undergraduate teaching of medical students from the University of Adelaide. Both practices have also been involved with the University of Adelaide in a number of research projects
If you meet the requisites for either of these roles and are looking for a new and exciting challenge, we would like to see your resume. If you would like to know more, please apply by sending your CV & covering letter to *****@adelaide.edu.au + click to reveal.