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Right in the heart of the beautiful Blue Mountains!
The ideal candidate will need at least 6 months experience as an RN in Aged Care in Australia. This is a full time 5 shift a week role - 38 hours a week - We can only take applications from candidates who are Australian Citizens - Perm Residents or have full non restricted full time work rights.
Your role is to ensure direct care of residents are met, through managing assessment and care planning process. Provide support, direction and education to other care staff. Support policy development and provide continuous improvement process for clinical systems. 
Registration with AHPRA as an RN DIV1 Previous Aged Care experience Ability to lead the care staff  Strong understanding of ACFI & Accreditation A commitment to the provision of quality aged care High level of communication and interpersonal skills Work rights to work in Australia  

Flexible hours Great salary package Supportive and caring environment Career progression opportunities

Please send your resume to malcolm@…show email
About the business
Hynash Group is a specialist civil construction firm committed to delivering projects to our clients requirements. We currently have a part-time position available for a junior administration assistant.
Hynash Group's core business involves bulk earthworks, pipe laying, installation of services and roadways.
About the role
We require an administrative assistant for immediate start to provide office services by implementing administrative systems, procedures and policies and provide assistance to our accounts payable and receivable team. Duties will include:
answering telephone calls checking messages and distributing to appropriate employees banking entering vendor invoices into MYOB AR ordering office consumables, personal protective equipment and uniforms assist in the preparation of WHS documentation for new projects support assistant for Finance Officer and Compliance Manager
Skills and experience
Essential Criteria:
excellent communication skills attention to detail professionalism experience using Microsoft Word and Excel strong initiative team player
For more information please contact *****43 + click to reveal.
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Heavy Vehicle Mechanic   Orange location
Permanent opportunity – full time hours
Must be available to work overtime and Saturdays as required
We have a permanent opportunity for a qualified Heavy Vehicle Mechanic to join our client in Orange.
Completing a variety of paperwork and job orders accurately Be able to work on your own and take ownership of the role Completing preventative maintenance on a weekly basis Servicing and repairing trucks
To be successful in this role:
Be a trade certified Heavy Vehicle Mechanic with 4 - 5 years experience Be available to work overtime and Saturday's when required Be able to take direction and prioritise work loads
Highly desirable:
Have a current MR licence Current forklift ticket HVIS/RMS inspection qualified
The successful applicant must be versatile and experienced with an outstanding mechanical aptitude, flexible in your approach to work, and willing to undertake a variety of general maintenance and servicing jobs.
  Damian Brand
Complete Staff Solutions
NSW Central West
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Modis is a national professional services company with global capability. Our committed and talented professionals have delivered world class Engineering and business consulting services across a wide range of industries. As a member of global professional services group Adecco, we offer world-class employment opportunities.
The Company we are representing are well-respected Marine Engineering company that prides itself on delivering high quality projects to the commercial and defence sectors, in turn they are seeking an equally talented Naval/ship building professional. This function is critical to maintain a high standard of project delivery, ensuring they continue to be a leader in quality shipbuilding.
Reporting directly to the Operations Manager you will be responsible for tender submissions, working with the planning team, purchasing, quality inspections, audits and stakeholder engagement. As well as working with and assisting design teams to produce turnkey solutions for customers both internal and external.
Ideally you will have a proven track record in naval Architecture/fabrication with a sound understanding of manufacturing build process improvement. Along with a demonstrated background that includes all facets of marine structures.
Project requirements but not limited to.
PO deliverables including OQE for completeness and conformity Execute and meet financial objectives Equipment and Material Logistics Control Supervising Project Personnel Ship design assessment Strong problem-solving abilities
Relevant qualifications in project management are desirable including the ability to pick things up quickly. Ideally you will have worked in and around maritime structures, having worked on defence projects will be a distinct advantage. Must be with proficient with MS suite of products.
This is an opportunity to work on a technically innovative group that offers unique scope for the successful individual. With a predominately flat structure and an open, friendly and enviable culture you will love your work and relish the team environment. If you’re passionate about shipbuilding and a technically sound individual then we encourage your application.
For more information on the role, please contact Zeenat/Andrew on *****82 + click to reveal and shared your resume on ***** + click to reveal
“Modis is an Equal Opportunity employer, committed to all forms of workforce inclusion. We actively invite and encourage applications by candidates from diverse backgrounds”
Our client operates a large warehousing facility in Bathurst.
They currently have a need for additional forklift operators to join their team. You will be working fulltime hours for a period of approximately 5 months to assist with a busy seasonal contract.
This position will involve working a minimum of 10 hour shifts, on a Monday to Friday basis. You must be a very confident forklift operator with recent experience and a current valid licence. Previous experience with Hydrostatic forklifts and/or clamp or grab attachments would be beneficial, but is not essential.
Duties will involve loading and unloading goods from trucks, movement of stock within sorting and storage areas, order picking and processing relevant documentation.
A focus on safety and sound reading/writing skills will be essential.
We are looking for operators who are self-driven, can think on your feet and resolve issues as they surface, with a time-conscious approach to your work at all times.
You will be required to undertake a mandatory pre-employment drug screening test, and will be subjected to random drug screening tests throughout the duration of the work period. Short-listed applicants will also be required to participate in a pre-employment medical assessment.
An immediate start of work will be required, so applicants will need to currently reside within a reasonable commuting distance of the Bathurst work location.
  Damian Brand
Complete Staff Solutions - Regional NSW
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Underground Grader Operator required for work in QLD. 2/1 roster FIFO Townsville
Your new role
Our client are currently looking to recruit an experienced Underground Grader Operator to work on site in Cloncurry
What you'll need to succeed
To succeed in this role you must have previous experience working within Metalliferous mining as an Underground Grader Operator.
What you'll get in return
In return our client can offer contract work that will lead into permanent for the right candidate. The roster is a 2/1 roster FIFO Townsville
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 to ***** + 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.
Casual Car Washer / Driver  - Bathurst Toyota
Honest and reliable work ethic High levels of workmanship and commitment to quality Join the team at Bathurst Toyota
We're currently looking for an efficient and reliable Car Washer / Driver to join our team
The successful applicant will offer the following:
Excellent communication skills A willingness to learn A strong work ethic An attention to detail Good physical fitness Great time management skills A passion for cars and the Automotive industry
As part of this role you will be required to drive both showroom and customer vehicles, so it is essential you hold a Full Manual Drivers licence and have a good driving record.
While previous experience in a similar role would be an advantage, we are also interested in speaking to hard-working candidates who are keen to join a thriving industry.
If you believe you have the passion to become an integral part of our team, APPLY now and fill in the online application form or email resume to;
Lou Axiak
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Full-time position based in Bathurst 
Ref# 62-18
About the Role
VERTO has been a proud provider of employment services for over two decades. We currently deliver jobactive and Disability Employment Services and are excited to be expanding into ParentsNext and Career Transition Assistance programs across the Central West and North Coast of NSW.
We are seeking to employ an Employment Services Manager to utilize their people skills and management experience to positively lead our growing team. This is a senior role reporting to the Chief Operating Officer and forms part of VERTO’s management team.
Your Key Responsibilities
Develop, implement, monitor and report on the annual Employment Services Business Plan Manage relevant joint venture partnership relationships and continue our strong relationship with contract managers Meet Departmental compliance requirements and achieve above average Star rating results in all regions Ensure development and implementation of efficient and effective systems and implement continuous improvement strategies Develop effective marketing strategies of Employment Services and build relevant partnerships and links Positively lead, build and maintain effective and capable teams Develop, monitor and report on Employment Service targets and financial budgets to achieve projected revenue and expenditure outcomes Identify and respond to external environmental trends and risk factors to Employment Services
Key attributes and criteria for the position
To be successful in this exciting and rewarding role ideally you will have the following skills and experience:
Experience and expertise in employment service and funded program management Experience in developing and leading high performance teams Extensive knowledge and experience in implementation of contracts and risk management Excellent communication, relationship building and negotiation skills Experience in marketing and promotions Strong financial skills Demonstrated achievement of operational or business plans Excellent written and computer skills Relevant tertiary qualifications Current NSW Drivers' license and willingness to travel
What VERTO can offer
Fulfilling role with opportunities to change people's lives VERTO supports a number of family friendly policies for its employees An attractive remuneration package (including base salary, 9.5% superannuation and access to salary packaging) 5 weeks annual leave Extensive training and professional development opportunities A supportive team and a positive work environment Access to company vehicle with the option of private leaseback
VERTO is a well-established organisation with over 30 years experience within the training services industry. After the success of being named the 2015 NSW and Australian Large Training Provider of the Year we are expanding our staffing profile and footprint.  VERTO is located in 26 sites including Central West, North Coast, South West, Greater Sydney and Hunter Valley regions providing a variety of services including: Employment Services; Disability Services; Australian Apprenticeship Centre Services; Tenancy Advice Services; Aboriginal Services; as well as training for businesses (short courses and qualifications), specific industry and pre-vocational training providing people with work skills. (more information available on VERTO's website and facebook)
More information can be found on our website or via ***** + click to reveal.  HR can be contacted on *****81 + click to reveal for a confidential discussion.
How to Apply
We look forward to your application for this role. We will require the following for your application to be considered.
An up to date resume tailored to suit this role Names and current phone numbers of 2 referees (preferably including a recent supervisor) You will need to explain on the webform in 100 words or less how you can meet the position description criteria
NOTE: Successful applicant will be required to provide a Working with Children Check and National Police Check clearance.
Applications should be lodged on-line in Microsoft Word or PDF format only (maximum 5MB).
All applications will be treated in the strictest confidence.
VERTO is an equal employment opportunity employer. We encourage applications from culturally diverse backgrounds including Indigenous Australians. 
Close date: 9am Thursday 7th June 2018 
Carpenter required Northern NSW
Your new company
Hays Recruitment is currently seeking trade qualified carpenters to assist well-established local building contractors within the Byron Bay & Ballina regions on an immediate start.
Your new role
You will be completing various carpentry duties including cladding, hoarding, fix out, finishing and framing.
The majority of our projects are within the residential and commercial sector which includes fit out, new builds, alterations and repairs.
What you'll need to succeed
It's vital the successful candidate holds a carpentry trade certificate, a white card qualification, their own tools and transport, and are able to provide an updated resume with a matching reference from their last employer.
What you'll get in return
Great rates of pay are available on a weekly pay basis
The potential for ongoing work in the Northern NSW and Southern Gold Coast regions.
Positive and fruitful experience with reliable construction organisations.
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 Natalie Villanueva on *****16 + click to reveal.
Medacs Healthcare are currently looking for a registered mental health nurse for a 3-month contract. This is an amazing opportunity to be part of a community team in rural NSW. The position is ideal for an experienced registered psychiatric nurse who can provide a high standard of psychiatric clinical practice.
You will be part of the multidisciplinary community mental health team providing acute assessment, intervention, and response to meet the needs of the community sector and primary care partners when they encounter acute care problems.

The nurse must have the following skills/experience:
Minimum of 2 years within Mental Health Managed caseloads - carried out assessments Worked within a community setting
All nursing staff put forward for our consideration must have:
A current up to date CV Police check - Australian A valid Working With Children Check for NSW Full OASV compliance 2 references within the last 12 months- relevant to the applied position All other mandatory recruitment documentations
Free onsite accommodation and travel allowance provided
If you're interested in this position, then please submit your resume by APPLYING NOW alternatively if you would like to have a confidential chat to one of the Mental Health Team please contact Henry Gillette on *****83 + click to reveal.
Medacs are a proud supplier of Mental Health Nursing professionals Australia wide. We have contracts in all states, with various lengths. You will have the opportunity for ongoing contract work in different locations - talk to us now for more information!
Central N.S.W. north-west of Sydney
The Role
This is an ideal position for a General Practitioner to join a successful training practice with the opportunity to provide care on a continuing basis with special emphasis on preventing disease and promoting health especially if the applicant has interest in Skin cancer. Special treatments include cryotherapy and diathermy to name but a few treatment services. The applicants must be eligible for Fellowship and registration with the Medical Board of Australia.
The Practice
A training practice delivering services which meet the diverse needs of patients, whether they book an appointment or just walk in. After hours is also available to accommodate everybody else.
It is located near the city Centre making it accessible and convenient with onsite parking and mobility access. A child friendly area is also included meeting the demand of regular patients in a safe, supportive and friendly environment.
The practice bulk bills and existing doctors both male and female specialise in chronic management, men’s and women’s health, worker’s compensation, antenatal care and much more.
Full time nursing support is included and there is also on-site pathology.
The location
The Region boasts mountains, majestic views, scenic tours, beautiful parks, nice restaurants and wineries with a growing population of about 31,000 people. Easily accessible by car, train and a nearby airport in Bathurst. Beautiful and striking landscapes can be seen anywhere with just a short drive away.
The location has plenty of attractions and activities to entertain families, couples, and large groups.
Finally, the nearby town of Bathurst host to one of Australia’s famous motor racing is also just a short drive away for the motor enthusiasts, Mount Panorama.
Skills and Qualifications
MBBS or equivalent GPs subject to 19AA and 19AB encouraged to apply GPs specialising in Skin Cancer encouraged to apply Good communication skills Ability to work with culturally diverse clients and co-workers Available to start asap

The benefits
Great, friendly and supportive working environment Less commute and less congestion Work in the country and in open space Great financial reward Affordable living

How do I apply
Please forward your resume and cover letter to Georgia Spiropoulou at ***** + click to reveal
For more information and a confidential conversation about this and other opportunities please contact Georgia on *****79 + click to reveal / *****03 + click to reveal
FULLTIME ANNUAL EARN 106K - 128K (depending on shift) including Attendance Bonus
Ongoing PO Work Fixed day, afternoon or night shifts Various rosters available Optional overtime available
Mastermyne Mining are seeking Underground Operators, for immediate start at a major underground coal mine contract near Mudgee.
Minimum requirements:
12 months or more experience working in the underground coal mining industry; Ventilation experience advantageous; Current Underground Medical; Current Underground Industry Induction; Signed copies of your training transcripts and/or authorisations; Valid Driver’s Licence.
Mastermyne is an employer with non-negotiable safety standards. We have an expectation that every employee seeks to add value to our clients and takes pride in performing work to an excellent standard. In return you will enjoy our competitive hourly rates and attendance bonus. Additional benefits offered including group income protection, professional development and salary sacrificing bolster the value each and every employee can gain from working as part of the team.
Apply online or for more information, please contact Jess Newton, Recruitment Officer, on *****04 + click to reveal or email .
Are you a Assistant in Nurse looking for exciting new opportunities in NSW? Pulse Nursing Australia can offer you fantastic rates of pay and flexible working options.
Due to an overwhelming demand from our clients, we are seeking experienced Aged Care Assistant in Nurses for the Oberon & Bathurst regions of Sydney, where you will have the opportunity to be part of an environment that encourages professional and personal growth as well as further training and career development.
Successful candidates will be:
Cert III in Aged Care or equivalent 2 recent clinical referees Current police check 6 months clinical experience (Aged Care) Access to a car
In return Pulse offer the following benefits:
Fantastic pay rates Free online training Weekly payroll service Nurse referral scheme- financial rewards
Pulse is an employment agency/employment business (as defined by the Conduct of Employment Agencies and Employment Businesses Regulations 2003) and is acting on behalf of its client in relation to this vacancy.
If you are passionate about Aged Care and are looking for casual, contract or permanent work, then please reply to this advert or send your resume to ***** + click to reveal telephone *****10 + click to reveal
Supportive, friendly and flexible work environment Competitive salary and benefits Relocation Allowance if Applicable
The Role

Continuing, Full Time $92,117 - $130,114 pa (plus superannuation) Bathurst
The Lecturer in Nursing &/or Midwifery will substantially contribute to the teaching and learning needs of students enrolled in nursing courses. The successful applicant will be required to use blended models of subject delivery at both undergraduate and postgraduate levels, participate in the administration and ongoing subject development.
Applications are sought from either teaching focussed academics or teaching/research academics with an active research profile aligned to the strategic direction of the School. In addition, the appointee will also have the opportunity to supervise higher degree students and to teach in other postgraduate programs in areas where they hold suitable academic qualifications.
To be successful you will have:

Current registration as a Registered Nurse and/or Midwife with the Nursing and Midwifery Board of Australia A doctoral or masters qualification, relevant to the discipline areas of nursing and/or midwifery, or equivalent accreditation and standing A record of research or professional activity relevant to the discipline area of nursing and/or midwifery A record of research or professional activity relevant to the discipline area of nursing and/or midwifery Evidence of success in identifying, building and maintaining strong partnerships, networks, relationships and teams
About Us
Charles Sturt University is a young and growing university committed to developing far-sighted people who help their communities grow and flourish. We make a significant contribution to the prosperity and vibrancy of our rural and regional communities, with a reach and impact across Australia and internationally. We work together with industry, communities and students to create new thinking, inspire each other and make a positive and progressive contribution to the world.
The Faculty of Science delivers flexible, innovative teaching programs which provide graduates with the skills and knowledge to build a career, advance their profession and contribute to their community. We currently have more than 9000 students and over 500 staff dedicated to advancing scientific knowledge.
We are a leader in strategic and applied research in a wide array of sciences. We enhance and extend knowledge, train and educate future researchers and provide scientific solutions to current challenges. We achieve this through ethical practice, professional collaborations, industry involvement and a commitment to continual improvement.
We also provide a range of health and other services to our regional communities through our enterprise activities.
The School of Nursing, Midwifery and Indigenous Health is committed to educating all students to live well and help others to adopt healthy lifestyles in a range of settings. Academic staff are passionate about the transformational nature of education - it is through learning and growth that people achieve their potential!
The courses offered by the School of Nursing, Midwifery and Indigenous Health include undergraduate, postgraduate, and higher degrees by research in nursing, midwifery and Indigenous mental health. The strength of these courses lies in the opportunities provided to students to develop personally and also professionally, acquiring the knowledge, attitudes and practical skills needed to work autonomously and also as part of a team, as high-quality health professionals.
While there is a particular need for high-quality health professionals in regional, rural and remote locations, graduates of the School are also in high demand in urban and metropolitan settings, reflecting as they do the resilience and independent thinking for which rural Australians are known.
CSU offers a great work-life balance, professional development opportunities and generous financial benefits.
Charles Sturt University is an equal opportunity employer committed to diversity and inclusion. Applications are encouraged from Indigenous Australians; people with a disability; women (particularly for senior and non-traditional roles); people who identify as LGBTIQ; and those from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds.
Application Requirements
Applicants are expected to apply online and address the selection criteria in the position description. If you experience difficulties applying online or for further information on completing the application process please visit our how to apply page or contact us.
This position is advertised across multiple levels. Please refer to the essential and desirable criteria in each position description for the respective level and address each criterion based on your skills and experience and the level of position that you are applying for.
Positions descriptions can be obtained via the following links;

Position Description - Lecturer in Nursing and_or Midwifery Position Description - Senior Lecturer in Nursing and_or Midwifery
Further Information
Additional information is available in the position description or by contacting:
Professor Catherine Hungerford | Head of School, Nursing, Midwifery, and Indigenous Health | ***** + click to reveal | Ph: *****10 + click to reveal
Closing Date: 11pm, 18 June 2018
A national leader in Information Technology is hiring a PHP Web Developer to assist in the further development of their website and kiosks.
This opportunity will enable you to grow your skills in a collaborative and fast paced team that encourages out of the box thinking and employee potential.
Design, modify, develop, write, test and implement software Take ownership and responsibility of the work at hand and shepherding code through to production Consume web service REST APIs to deliver front end functionality Build content rich websites, we act as an architect of digital change Collaborate with product owner, scrum master, and other developers to deliver a quality product
Bachelor's degree in Computer Science, Information Technology, or related discipline. 5+ years of experience in a similar role LAMP Bower Laravel Node.js Git REST Wordpress
To apply please click apply or call Olivia Newham on *****20 + click to reveal for a confidential discussion.
One of the fastest growing companies in Australia whose expertise is sort after by some of the world's leading firms is hiring a Graduate PHP Developer.
Based in Newcastle you will be given the opportunity to collaborate within a tight-knit team culture and receive mentorship whilst focusing on the further development of the company's website.
Designs, modifies, develops, writes, tests and implements software Take ownership and responsibility of the works at hand and shepherding code through to production Consume web service REST APIs to deliver frontend functionality Build content rich websites, we act as an architect of digital change, helping clients create innovative and effective solutions Collaborate with product owner, scrum master and other developers to deliver a quality product
Bachelor's degree in Computer Science, Information Technology, or related discipline. (Or current study) LAMP Bower Laravel Node.js Git REST Wordpress
To apply please click apply or call Olivia Newham on *****20 + click to reveal for a confidential discussion.
The Company
Our client is a Sydney based Civil Construction consultancy. This includes specialising in Design & Project Management. They have recently won numerous civil projects specialising in stormwater and drainage and are looking to expand their current team in Sydney.
The Role
Working in NSW you will be working as Hydraulic Engineer on pre-dominantly water based works for both residential and commercial builds. Our Tier 2 client require a Hydraulic Engineer who has previous experience with water utility construction and re-location.
This is a permanent position within a business that operate over the whole of Australia. Initially you will be working on a NSW based project but there will be opportunities for Engineers to move nationally within the business. The company regularly operate on large projects and specialise within the civil industry.
Desirable Requirements for the role:
3+ Years’ experience with drainage and stormwater works across residential or commercial projects Civil or Environmental Engineering degree Previous experience working on consultancy works Previous experience working with HECRAS and MUSICS Strong experience working with CAD
For further information regarding this position or any other opportunities, please contact James in confidence on *****99 + click to reveal / ***** + click to reveal or click apply.
Downer are currently seeking expressions of interest  from highly experienced people who demonstrate safety leadership; commitment to continuous improvement of self and others; a team focused and results driven approach to problem solving so as to deliver high quality results.
Positions are being recruited for an upcoming, long term contract in Central New South Wales and will include flights and camp accommodation. We are seeking people for the following roles:
Jumbo Operators Bogger / Relief Jumbo Operators Cable bolters Charge up - Must hold NSW BUEL Agitator Operators Experienced Nippers Underground fitters Underground Auto Electricians
Proven underground hardrock experience  Current manual drivers licence, police check and first aid certificate are required Experience on Sandvik, Cat and Normet mobile equipment  Be production oriented with a focus on achieving results without compromising safe work or quality standards You will have initiative and a flexible approach to work with effective communication skills Must possess an overarching commitment to safe work practices and continuous improvement
Our Zero Harm initiative: A genuine commitment to the health and safety of all employee Attractive & competitive remuneration A diverse and supportive work environment where individuals are encouraged to show initiative Access to a range of career development and advancement opportunities The chance to join a dynamic and successful business within the Downer group
For further information, please contact Kim Cowan on *****03 + click to reveal.