If interested in working as a Sonographer Locum please do get in touch, as we always have roles become available in different locations across Australia and New Zealand!!
Clinic locum positions and hospital locum positions Long-term and short-term locum contract available  Metropolitan and regional locations  Excellent rate of pay 
We have locum dates from June 2018 right up to Dec 2018!
Benefits: Great hourly rate depending on experience. $80-85 per hour + super Travel expenses also provided - Flights or fuel expenses covered. Accommodation for regional location. Hours are 8.30am-5.00pm but can be flexible if needed. Hospital locum also available for extra on call and overtime work.  Choice of 1 week or 6 months stint.  Radiologists on sites.  Friendly and welcoming working environment!
Essential Criteria:
ASAR Accreditation Australian Residency or a valid visa Excellent communication, presentation and time management skills Energy and enthusiasm Sound judgment and decision making, and A commitment to outstanding patient care, Apply now!
To discuss this exciting opportunity or any of our great range of opportunities throughout Australia and New Zealand, please contact Cathy in complete confidence on: *****66 + click to reveal or register your interest by emailing me your CV to  ***** + click to reveal
Julie Warner Health has a number of temporary and permanent roles for Sonographers currently available throughout Australia and New Zealand, and the potential to provide you with your perfect job.  Please do not hesitate to contact us straight away to find out more about this role and others that might be of interest to you.  Visit our website at to see what is available now!!  
Audit, Business Services, Tax, and Advisory Jobs with various firms in Hobart
Your new company
Hays Accountancy and Finance are the market leaders in the recruitment of Public Practice positions in the Hobart Market. Working with a range of organisations from Big 4, second tier to unique Tasmanian businesses who offer a range of services from External/Internal Audit, Tax, Compliance, and General Business Advisory Services.
Your new role
With the end of financial year in sight, this has created the requirement for experienced candidates looking to join a range of firms at Senior Accountant level up to Director Level across External/Internal Audit, Tax, Compliance, and General Business Advisory Services. As an experienced candidate, you’ll be in a situation where you will not only be able to complete your own tasks unsupervised, but also be able to delegate work, and review work of junior staff members. With a passion for providing excellent customer service, you’ll enjoy working on a broad range of clients covering all sectors and meeting tight deadlines in a team environment.
What you'll need to succeed
As the preferred candidate you’ll have commenced or completed your CA/CPA and have experience in a similar function. You’ll have high attention to detail, strong Microsoft Excel skills, and be adaptable to a team environment. You’ll have a strong working knowledge of your relevant filled gained by practical experience, a knowledge of Australian Accounting Standards, and possess excellent communication skills.
What you'll get in return
For the successful candidate, you’ll be rewarded with an appropriate salary, support to complete your CA/CPA, and the opportunity to work with firms who value the career development of their staff members.
What you need to do now
If you’re interested in this position, then click ‘apply now’ or for more information and a confidential discussion about this opportunity, salary advise in your current role then please contact Stuart Martin via email at ***** + click to reveal
What we do
At Searson Buck our priority is the alignment of talented and skilled candidates with the right job opportunity! With a specialist client manager focussed purely on the accounting and finance sector we are passionate about delivering quality recruitment and talent sourcing services across Tasmania.
What we need
Economic buoyancy and market penetration into key clients has uncovered a demand for experienced Public Practicing Accountants in Business Service. Your demonstrated experience in working with companies, trusts, superannuation, taxation and audit will be highly regarded and sought after!
Essential Requirements
At least 2 years’ experience in an Australian public practice firm Australian working rights Attained/studying towards CA or CPA qualification, or relevant tertiary education qualification Up-to-date knowledge of Australian accounting standards and principles Excellent written and verbal communication skills Meticulous attention to detail Ability to work autonomously but also collaboratively within a team environment
What to do now
If you’re thinking about your current career progression, looking for more responsibility or seeking a new challenge please apply online at, or call Stuart Clark on *****30 + click to reveal.
Group Financial and Tax Accountant
Tasmania’s largest private employer – Federal Group – is seeking a highly skilled and enthusiastic accounting professional for a newly created role based in Hobart.
Working closely with the Group Financial Controller, this prominent and influential position will focus on the Group’s financial and taxation reporting obligations and driving process improvement. As a senior member of the Corporate Finance team, you will also play a key role in the leadership of our specialised and dedicated team.
This is undoubtedly a smart career move where you will be both challenged and rewarded. You will also benefit from the diversity and scale of our businesses as we employ approximately 2,400 people across the tourism, hospitality, gaming and transport industries, with our brands including Wrest Point, Country Club Tasmania, The Henry Jones Art Hotel, Saffire Freycinet, MACq 01 Hotel, 9/11 Bottle shops and Cope Sensitive Freight.
This role is ideal for a CPA or CA with a can-do attitude who is ready to make their mark with a high profile and dynamic business. In addition to your undeniable professional know-how and first-class communication and relationship building skills, in this role you will also be:
rewarded for your strong financial background and expertise in taxation and financial reporting appreciated for your curiosity and passion for contemporary financial practices and continuous improvement valued for your innate leadership ability and the natural way you bring out the best in others and recognised for your ability to achieve impressive results and meet deadlines in a fast-paced team environment.
In addition to a competitive salary and the career development opportunities this role presents, you will also enjoy free parking, access to our extensive employee benefits program and our commitment to employee development.
For more information about this opportunity please contact ***** + click to reveal.
To access the Position Description for this role, please visit
To apply, please submit your resume and a written statement (maximum 500 words) addressing how your skills and experience fit the role responsibilities.
Applications close Sunday 10 June 2018.
Group Financial Accountant PD May 2018.pdf
CatholicCare has people at its heart. We are a leader in the Tasmanian community support sector.  Our work is guided by the Catholic tradition of compassion and concern for social justice.  We make a positive impact, we embrace difference and we seek opportunities for vulnerable Tasmanians.  We do this by employing respectful and committed individuals with integrity, personal accountability, teamwork, excellence and proactive thinking.
CatholicCare Tasmania has an exciting opportunity for a qualified and experienced School Counsellor to join our vibrant team in the South.
The School Counsellor is a permanent part time outreach position that partners with several Catholic Schools in the applicable region.  Students seeking counselling may be experiencing a broad range of issues such as family relationship difficulties, family separation, anxiety, behavioural difficulties, family violence or other forms of trauma.
We offer a highly supportive team, on-going supervision as well as professional and personal development opportunities. CatholicCare Tasmania offers both a great team and a great place to work.
Tertiary qualifications in a relevant discipline are deemed essential.
CatholicCare is committed to safeguarding the interests of children and young persons.
Please visit for more information including the position description and selection criteria. 
For further information about the role, please call phone Kevin on 6332…show number or email employment@…show email.
Applications close 3pm Friday 1 June 2018.
The College of Sciences and Engineering is an academic unit consisting of five organisational sub-units; one of which the School of Natural Sciences.  The Discipline of Physics sits within the School.
The Postdoctoral Researcher will work on the ARC Discovery project “The Scale and Structure of the Milky Way” to make trigonometric parallax measurements using very long baseline interferometry.  They will work with the Chief and Partner Investigators on the ARC project, as well as PhD and research students.  They will have 25% of their time available to pursue independent research projects.
In the role you will:
Assist with the scheduling, observation and analysis of trigonometric parallax through very long baseline interferometry (VLBI) observations with the AuScope array and potentially other VLBI arrays. Participate in preparing the results of the project for publication in refereed journals, presentation at national and international conferences and to the public in outreach events. Undertake other duties required to fulfil the research program as outlined in the ARC Discovery application for Scale and Structure of the Milky Way as assigned by the supervisor.
You will be employed on a full-time, fixed-term basis.
To be considered, you will have:
A PhD or equivalent in astronomy/astrophysics. Experience in radio interferometry, preferably very long baseline interferometry. A record of publication of scientific results in peer reviewed journals. A demonstrated ability to work and contribute in a team environment. A demonstrated ability to communicate scientific results to a range of audiences, from experts through to the general public.
Appointment to this role will be at Academic Level A and will have a total remuneration package of up to $102,848 comprising base salary within the range of $65,798 to $87,905 plus 17% superannuation.
For further information about this position please contact Simon Ellingsen, Professor in Physics, ***** + click to reveal / *****88 + click to reveal.
**Please note, your application must as a minimum include your resume, a cover letter and your responses to the position/selection criteria. The position description for this role is available on the University of Tasmania website.
Applications close Friday, 25 May 2018.
 Position Description - Postdoctoral Researcher in Astrophysics.pdf
Psychologist (511064)
Tasmanian Health Service
Mental Health and State wide services
Alcohol and Drug Services – Launceston
The Tasmanian Health Service seeks a psychologist with a desire to join our progressive, professional and supportive team at the forefront of Alcohol and Drug Services based in our Launceston office.
For the successful applicant this position offers the chance to join our dynamic multidisciplinary team and provides the opportunity to deliver assessment, evidence based treatment, and specialist interventions for individuals and their families who may be physically and/or psychologically dependant on alcohol and/or other substances.
This role will deliver therapeutic psychological interventions to clients who are accessing the Alcohol and Drug Service and is focused on strengthening health outcomes through the provision of safe, quality, clinically appropriate treatment in partnership with clients, their families and other health professionals.
Tasmania offers a great work life balance. Consider a lifestyle with affordable real estate, easy commuting, quality education and all the services you would expect in a major city.  There are world class arts, music, festivals and endless culinary delights. Tasmanians are privileged to have world class heritage, wilderness and pristine beaches on their doorstep.
Vacancy: Permanent full-time day work, working 76 hours per fortnight commencing as soon as possible. Part- time hours will be considered and flexible work arrangements can be negotiated.
As a member of the Alcohol and Drug Service North team, you will:
Provide specialist clinical assessment, therapeutic interventions and case management services to clients of the Alcohol and Drug Service, utilising evidence-based practice principles, within a collaborative and multi-disciplinary framework. Utilising discipline specific skills and knowledge work with and provide comprehensive assessment and therapeutic treatments to a broad range of clients including those with complex co-occurring mental health and alcohol and drug issues.  Work collaboratively with other agencies in regard to the support and management of clients with alcohol and other drug needs and promote community awareness in relation to alcohol and other drugs.
Salary: $88,192 to $98,170 per annum
We offer:
Attractive salary including salary packaging A multi-disciplinary work environment Family friendly workplace
Applicants are asked to address the selection criteria within the Statement of Duties. Apply online at Please click the blue Apply Now button to submit your application.
 511064 Psychologist HP03 (May 2018) HPRNL (5).pdf
 511064 Psychologist HP03 (May 2018) HPRNL.doc
 Applicant Guide.pdf
  Applicant Guide.docx
To find out more about this exciting opportunity, please contact Lisa Smith on *****34 + click to reveal or email ***** + click to reveal 
Applications close: Sunday 10th June at 11:55PM. 
About the role
A fantastic opening has arisen in Hobart for an experienced and dedicated Restaurant Manager with fine dining expertise, a passion for Australian artisanal produce and wine, and a gift for warm and inviting service to join a passionate team at this beautiful and intimate restaurant located on the historic waterfront. You will be responsible for the delivery of impeccable but casual service in this popular restaurant, including private events and functions. The focus of this stunning offering is quality Tasmanian produce, beer and wine, accompanied by attentive and exceptional service. Your proven experience in management roles at high end or fine dining restaurants, along with your strong financial acumen, team leadership and guest service is necessary for success in this role.  You will be passionate about showcasing the best level of Australian hospitality in a stunning and atmospheric location in the heart of historic Hobart. 
About you
This role is suited to an experienced fine dining or high-end restaurant manager who can demonstrate great leadership, communication and direction. Your ability to motivate and lead your team to deliver impeccable service and install a passion and knowledge for our beautiful Tasmanian and Australian produce, wines and beers will be essential.  A background in Hotels or boutique accommodation would be beneficial.  You will be fully versed in all styles of service, have a stunning eye for detail and a genuine desire to create unforgettable guest experiences.  Administration will naturally form a part of your role and will need to be balanced with your operational responsibilities, of which will include rostering, reporting, cost management, creating beverage lists, promotional activity and training. Open for dinner over 7 days, with straight shifts on offer, you will be a talented leader ready for your next move with this thriving and progressive Tasmanian Group. 
About us
Offering premier staffing services, Pinnacle People is Australia's largest and only national hospitality staffing partner. Celebrating 27 years in 2018 the combination of our prestigious and loyal client base and the expertise of our staff has allowed us to build an unrivaled reputation for the quality of our service.  Our national client portfolio spans all sectors of the industry including leading events, hotels, caterers, restaurants and corporate hospitality operations. 

Simply apply by forwarding your resume to:
Jill McGrath
Pinnacle People
*****09 + click to reveal
***** + click to reveal
188 Day Street
Sydney 2000 NSW
Stay in touch and be the first to know of other exciting opportunities by following us on Twitter @pinnaclepeople or on Facebook at
To get started you will need, photos of you and your team mate and photos of your home.

To enhance your application please include a short video that introduces yourself and your team mate and take us on a quick tour of your house.

Then you will need around 30 mins to complete this application.

To be eligible for the program you must: - Be over 18 years of age.
- Be an Australian citizen or Permanent Resident.

Thank you for your interest and Good luck!
Metro is a Tasmanian icon that has been transporting locals and visitors for over 60 years.  We pride ourselves on our values of safety, respect, resilience, unity and being service driven in order to create a company we are all proud of.
Reporting to the Marketing and Communications Manager, you will work in a compact, dynamic team to coordinate and implement marketing and communications initiatives to promote Metro and our services, and engage our many audiences.
The diverse, busy role will reward those willing to go the extra mile with fantastic hands on experience in a broad range of marketing and communications activities.
The successful candidate will:
be an energetic fast learner, suited to a fast paced, nuanced working environment; have rounded experience in marketing and assist to create, design, and implement successful campaigns while working on associated administrative tasks with great attention to detail; demonstrate excellent multi-tasking; and confidently deliver polished, tailored copy for diverse briefs that include corporate documents, internal newsletters, printed collateral, radio scripts, social media posts, website content, and press material.
Applicants must address the selection criteria outlining their qualification and experience, all applicants must submit their application to ***** + click to reveal by no later than 6 June 2018 to be considered for this exciting role.
The position description is available on, for any enquiries contact Marcus Courtney, Recruitment and Training Coordinator on *****65 + click to reveal or via email ***** + click to reveal
A Mental Health Nurse is a registered nurse who holds a recognised specialist qualification in mental health (nursing).  Taking a holistic approach, guided by evidence, the Mental Health Nurse works in collaboration with people who have mental health issues, their family and community, towards recovery as defined by the individual (ACMHN, 2010, p. 5).
The RFT Mental Health Nurse provide services and activities related to the Mental Health Nurse Incentive Program (MHNIP).  The purpose of the MHNIP is to provide clinical care and treatment services to adults with complex and severe mental illness in a primary care setting.
Provide services to adults with complex and severe mental illness.  Services may include:  care/support coordination, medication management and support, recovery based interventions and referrals to other services and programs. Work closely with primary care providers to identify and refer eligible people. Work within the processes and guidelines provided by RFT to improve the efficiency and effectiveness of the service (and program). Actively manage case load to increase access and throughput to the program Maintain appropriate and up to date service records and documentation. Contribute to data collection and reporting requirements. Work in collaboration with the broader RFT Clinical Services Team and other stakeholders as required.
For a confidential conversation about the role please call Lisa - People and Culture Manager on *****33 + click to reveal. For a copy of the position description please visit 
To apply for the position please email your covering letter and CV to ***** + click to reveal
RFT is committed to treating all people with dignity and respect, regardless of ethnicity, gender, language, age, sexual orientation, religion, socio-economic status or physical or mental ability. 
Do you want to lead service delivery which is focused on better outcomes for patients?
Are you a passionate leader, ready for an existing challenge?
Apply today, and be part of shaping our transformation!

The Opportunity
Join the Leukaemia Foundation as we embark on transformational change to deliver greater and more purposeful impact for the benefit of our key stakeholders and the Australian community.
Be part of a talented and committed team, taking ownership in a people focussed position that will give you a real sense of daily challenge, pride and ownership.  We value our people personally as well as professionally.
The succusseful candidate will be making a significant difference to people in our community, working collaboratively with team members to deliver a tailored service to people living with blood cancer and their families. We are looking for a person who has health sector experience in leading service delivery across a wide and busy region.  In addition, a person who has experience in maximising opportunities to deliver better outcomes for our stakeholders.
You'll have freedom to deliver quality experiences using your judgement and a network of expertise, together with an enabling manager and talented colleagues to support you to give your best.
Snapshot of key responsibilities
Empower patients to effectively navigate the health system to access best quality care. 
Development of regional staff through mentoring, coaching, training and empowering them to achieve the requirements of their role and LF organisational goals.  
Organising and coordinating support groups/educational meetings for patients/families/carers
Promote LFA's SS to health professionals, community services and patient groups within the regional locations and other areas as required.
Provide comprehensive reports that fully brief the BCSM on the activities in the region and assists with effective decision making.

What are we looking for in this role?
We are looking for the following:
Tertiary qualifications in Nursing or Allied Health or a counselling background
Minimum 12mths supervisory experience or demonstrated evidence of capability to supervise and develop team members
Extensive experience in providing supportive care within the haematology sector
Experience or demonstrated evidence of being able to develop teams
Proficient IT and system skills Microsoft Office Suite including Word and Excel, databases and reporting (Salesforce training will be provided)
Willingness to undertake further training and at times be flexible with working hours
Ability to qualify and be approved for a Working With Children Check
A current clean driver's licence and own car is essential to undertake business travel
Flexibility and mobility to undertake business travel as required to fulfil the requirements of this position
Highly desirable
Post Graduate qualifications in Oncology/Haematology - Nursing, Social Work/Welfare, Behavioural Sciences desirable
Strong relationship skills, interpersonal sensitivity and communication  
Effective planning, prioritisation and delivery skills to ensure service outcomes through self and others

We want to hear from you!
Submit your application on-line via SEEK and attach the following:
A covering letter with specific evidence and examples of your interest and suitability against the essential requirements
Your fully up to date CV/resume
Please use the "Apply for this job" (button).
If you would like to find out more about this career opportunity prior to applying, please contact Tennille Lewin Blood Cancer Support Manager on *****02 + click to reveal or  ***** + click to reveal
Leukaemia Foundation is committed to building an inclusive and diverse workforce that continues to reflect the community we support.
APCO Engineering is looking for an experienced trade qualified Fitter and Machinist to join our team at Derwent Park.
The following skills and experience would be well regarded
Manual Machining Fitting CNC
Above award wages and conditions apply.
APCO Engineering operates out of a Modern Workshop with the latest Technology Equipment and is striving for world’s best practice through continuous improvement. We have a broad range of domestic and international customers from the following industries, Marine, Heavy Industrial and Manufacturing ensuring a sound future.
Applicants must be passionate, have an interest in the engineering industry, be able to follow and carry out instructions, have the ability to work effectively in a team, have a mature approach to work matched with a desire and ability to achieve high standards of work.
Enquiries and written applications are to be directed to the General Manager Brett McIntyre, ***** + click to reveal or *****44 + click to reveal, applications are to be received by the 11th June 2018.
Spidertech is seeking applications for IRATA qualified window cleaner(s).
Experience essential, IRATA Level 3 preferred but experienced levels 1 & 2 considered.
Other trades and skills, i.e. building maintenance, caulking, remedial repairs etc, highly valued.
Hobart based position.
Find out more about Spidertech at
All interested persons please email your applications to Ben, ***** + click to reveal or feel free to call on *****45 + click to reveal to discuss further.
Events Coordinator
Cricket Tasmania is looking for an enthusiastic person with experience in event management to join their Events and Operations team. 
As the Events Coordinator you will be responsible for planning and coordinating allocated cricket matches, special events and activities to aid in the delivery of world class events and operations for Cricket Tasmania.
Reporting to and working closely with the General Manager – Events and Operations, you will:
Assist in delivering events which position Cricket Tasmania as a leading sporting organisation Support the General Manager – Events and Operations and Cricket Australia in the successful delivery of cricket matches, including international matches, played in Tasmania Ensure all fixtures are presented in a professional and coordinated manner and unforeseen issues are dealt with in a professional and timely fashion Coordinate, under the supervision of the General Manager, the presentation and organisation of domestic cricket including BBL / WBBL (including other required events) and any other State affiliated matches Assist in the delivery of special events (hospitality activation and special events including season launch, Cricket Tasmania Awards night et al) Liaise with venue operators on the requirements for allocated domestic matches and ensure venue readiness of allocated matches
To be successful in this role you will need the following skills and experience:
Minimum 2 years’ experience in sporting events (ideally within Australian cricket) Experience in the delivery of major events (ideally within Australian cricket, including W/BBL) Highly organised with strong attention to detail and time management skills An ability to work well under pressure  A proactive, positive and energetic attitude An ability to show initiative and strong problem-solving skills Good interpersonal and communication skills Self-motivated and strong work ethic Administrative, organisational and planning skills, including excellent computer skills in Microsoft Office Current driver’s license
Understanding of cricket and match operations People management and stakeholder engagement skills, with an understanding of cricket stakeholders and their needs within match and event operations Attention to detail and understanding of risk and compliance Willingness to work variable hours Relevant tertiary qualifications will be considered highly desirable
The position description is available at
Completed applications, including a resume and brief covering letter outlining suitability for the role, can be emailed to ***** + click to reveal quoting Events Coordinator in the subject line.
Applications close Sunday 3 June 2018.
Are you a passionate and motivated individual with a solid background in banking? Can you effectively develop, implement and drive strategies for success?
As a Bank Manager, you will be responsible for ensuring customer service standards are met, and that the business and its people grow and meet their full potential. You will also ensure branch objectives are achieved by meeting customer needs.
MyState Bank Managers:
Are the face of MyState in their local community; Develop and mentor staff to be successful team members by leading from the front; Lead team members to achieve agreed objectives and growth targets across a broad range of Retail Banking, Trust and Wealth Management products; Are proactive in driving growth and achieving service outcomes; Provide strong people management and development practices through regular observation, coaching and mentoring; Lead the team to deliver on the strategy and vision of MyState; Drive high levels of staff engagement to ensure we deliver superior customer service outcomes; Develop successful relationships with key stakeholders both within and outside of the business; Mitigate the exposure to risk by ensuring adherence to all policies and procedures. Are dynamic, self-motivated people who thrive on variety and challenge.
MyState Limited is a Tasmanian-based ASX listed diversified financial services group which operates three long established and highly respected brands: MyState Bank, Tasmanian Perpetual Trustees, and The Rock.
Applications consisting of a resume and covering letter detailing your relevant experience for this role should be emailed to ***** + click to reveal
Please note, employment with MyState is subject to a Bankruptcy, Police and Credit check to verify your suitability to work within the finance sector.
The Company
Fresh By Design is a leading Aquaculture supplier providing System Design and Installation, Project Management and Equipment supply. We are expanding and are currently looking to grow our Projects team. The System Designer / Project fManager will be involved in all aspects of aquaculture projects throughout Australia.  This is a career building opportunity for an experienced candidate seeking progression.
The Role
Based in Hobart, Tasmania, this position offers a great opportunity to join a rapidly expanding Australian owned company in a growing industry. It offers the ability to be involved with a wide variety of freshwater and marine projects all over Australia, New Zealand and further afield. The position may be moulded to suit the successful candidates' skills and experience.
Liaise with clients and the projects team to provide system design, costings and equipment specifications  Help Deliver projects including hands on installation and commissioning Further develop Fresh By Design system design templates Provide system technical support
Skills and Experience
Experience in the Aquaculture Industry with a specific emphasis on system design with proven experience in commercial system design and preferably in multiple species High level experience installing a wide range of aquaculture plumbing and equipment  A full and comprehensive understanding of aquaculture principals including: System Design, Aeration, Filtration (Biological & Mechanical), Feeding, Oxygen & Ozone, Sterilisation, Pumps, Waster Water Management, Water Hydro-Dynamics & Piping Systems, Sensors & Alarm Systems, Electrical Installations Water Quality Monitoring. Specialisation in one or more of these areas would be an advantage. The ability to effectively prioritize and manage a wide variety of tasks with minimal supervision. Exceptional IT skills: Excel, Project and CAD software Demonstrated aptitude for problem-solving; ability to determine solutions for customers including troubleshooting services on-site and by phone. Project and budget management experience in the Aquaculture industry would be an advantage. Must have a manual drivers licence and ability to travel internationally. Must have a "can do" attitude, strong work ethic, be keen to learn and have fun at the same time
What's On Offer
A fantastic opportunity to join a rapidly expanding Australian company. A new role that can be shaped to suit the right candidate Full involvement with all projects and design Based in Hobart and help with relocation possible Full support and training to ensure the success of the role Become a member of a successful Project Team.
How to Apply
Please email your application including: a cover letter, a statement addressing the skills and experience above and resume to Ross Briggs – ***** + click to reveal
For information regarding this opportunity please contact Ross Briggs *****96 + click to reveal or ***** + click to reveal
We currently recruiting for a Locum Sonographer to work in Tasmania
The details on this current assignment are as follows:
The Practice is open Monday to Friday 8:30am to 5:00pm with 30 min for lunch. 
Workload consisting of MSK, Basic Vascular, General and Obs and Gynae. Equipment used is IU22's    Radiologists on site full time.
When: 16th of June
How long: Four (4) weeks
Where: Tasmania, Hobart
Pay rate: up to $80 p/hr + Flights, Accommodation.
To be considered for the position you must be able to demonstrate:
ASAR registration. A minimum of 6 months experience as a General Accredited Sonographer. Broad experience across General Sonographer scans, including basic Vascular, Obs & Gynae and MSK.
Apply online with your CV in (WORD FORMAT) or for a confidential discussion call Anthony on 02 9…show number 
We are currently recruiting for a number of Sonographer positions on a Permanent & locum basis through-out Australia.  To discuss your requirements for a permanent or locum assignment please feel free to call and have a confidential discussion. 
Alexander Associate is a specialist recruitment agency, a recognised leader in our field. Our reputation has been generated by our in-depth market knowledge and our focus on providing a premium quality recruitment service to both clients and candidates. More vacancies can be viewed at our website
$114,944.00 to $122,745.00 per annum.
General Stream Band 8
Health and Human Services (Tasmanian State Service) Award
Period of employment / Hours:
Permanent full-time day work (part-time hours may be considered by negotiation)
Fixed term full-time day work, commencing ASAP until 24 December 2018.
Please note: Other permanent full-time and part-time vacancies, and fixed term full-time and part-time vacancies, that may arise in the near future may also be filled from this selection process.
Corporate, Policy and Regulatory Services - Government Relations and Strategic Policy - Hobart
The Tasmania Department of Health and Human Services is seeking a Manager - Government Relations and Strategic Policy to join the Strategic Policy and Regulations unit.
Government Relations and Strategic Policy (GRaSP) is responsible for managing and progressing the Department’s strategic policy and government relations agenda by providing high level strategic support to the portfolio Ministers, Secretary, Departmental Executive members, Departmental business units and the Tasmanian Health Service (THS). GRaSP leads the analysis of the impact on the DHHS and THS of Commonwealth and State policy initiatives. The Manager GRaSP will: 
Support the General Manager GRaSP in the provision of strategic leadership and direction for planning, development, management and delivery of key strategic programs, initiatives and strategic policy initiatives. Lead the management of DHHS responsibilities associated with supporting the portfolio Ministers, Secretary and relevant Departmental Executive members regarding the provision of strategic advice, including for Ministerial and Advisory Councils and Committees. Provide direction and support to the GRaSP Team regarding the development of high level strategic policy advice to support the portfolio Ministers, Secretary and DHHS and THS senior staff.
Note : - Please refer to the Statement of Duties for all the selection criteria of this position to address in your application.
Desirable Requirements:
Appropriate professional and/or tertiary qualifications, for example in law or public policy. Extensive experience and/or qualifications in intergovernmental relations and negotiations, and the operations of government. 
Essential Requirements:
The Head of the State Service has determined that the person nominated for this job is to satisfy a pre‑employment check before taking up the appointment, on promotion or transfer. The following checks are to be conducted: 
1.  Conviction checks in the following areas: a)  crimes of violence b)  sex related offences c)  serious drug offences d)  crimes involving dishonesty
2.  Identification check 3.  Disciplinary action in previous employment check.
Download the Statement of Duties and any Associated Documents
Statement of Duties (PDF) :   517120, 523521 Manager - GRaSP Band 8 (April 2018) HAHSA.pdf
Statement of Duties (Word) :    517120, 523521 Manager - GRaSP Band 8 (April 2018) HAHSA.doc
APPLICANT GUIDE:  DHHS Applicant Guide - Jobs Website .pdf
For more information (Contact Officer) :
Name:  Cheryl Garrett
Email:  ***** + click to reveal
Phone: *****73 + click to reveal
Applications close Sunday 20 May 2018
Apply online at
Period of Appointment
Fixed term a period of six (6) months 
Hours per fortnight
73.50 hours per fortnight.
Analyse record keeping processes and requirements across the Department, and document findings and recommendations. Develop a strategy for rolling out Content Manager across the Department of Justice.  This should be based on identified areas of risk and/or priority and include definition of business requirements, the identification of data migration requirements and potential business system integrations. Develop a business case to support the roll out strategy, including details of project timelines and resourcing (human and financial) requirements.
Desirable Requirements
Significant experience in Government based Records Management  Experience with Content Manager (previously known as Records Manager and TRIM)
Download the Statement of Duties and any Associated Documents
 Statement of Duties (357006) Business Analyst.pdf
 Statement of Duties (357006) Business Analyst.doc
 Information for Applicants (DOJ).doc
 Information for Applicants (DOJ).pdf
How to apply
Online applications are preferred, please click the blue Apply Now button. If you apply online please do not send a hard copy application as well.
Post your application with the following application form to:
Human Resources
Department of Justice
GPO Box 825
 Application for Employment (Form 201).DOCX
 Application for Employment (Form 201).pdf
For more information
Rod Woodward
Manager, Record Services
***** + click to reveal 
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1 Full Time Equivalent
Salary Range: Legislative Council Staff Industrial Agreement 2009 - $68,043 to $78,457 per annum (pro rata) - plus employers’ contribution to superannuation.
Location: Regional Office of the Member of Prosser
The Legislative Council is seeking an enthusiastic service focused person to assist in a busy electorate office for the Hon Jane Howlett MLC, the Liberal Member for Prosser.
The successful person will provide a full range of office, administrative and research support to the Member, be computer literate, organised, have good communication and interpersonal skills, be highly confidential in their dealings and have a sound knowledge of the issues and services available in the electorate.
Appointment will be made by the President of the Legislative Council under the Parliamentary Privilege Act 1898. Conditions of the position broadly relate to those applying to State Service employees.
A Statement of Duties and Information for Applicants is available at: For further enquiries contact Mrs Nicole Muller, Director Corporate Services *****02 + click to reveal.
Applications must address the selection criteria and be sent to Mrs Nicole Muller, Director Corporate Services, Legislative Council, Parliament House, Hobart 7000 or via e-mail to ***** + click to reveal by 5pm on Thursday, 31 May 2018.
The Legislative Council is an Equal Opportunity Employer