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Are you tired of searching for the right opportunity to create financial freedom and a better work/life balance? We are seeking self-motivated individuals wanting a new start by being self-employed and working from home part-time or full-time in the exciting Personal Development industry.

By following a simple 3-step system you have the potential to earn an executive income from the comfort of your home (or anywhere you want) with a portable and flexible online business.

You have the opportunity to:
• Work from home with your laptop and phone
• Choose your hours (part-time or full-time)
• Live an executive lifestyle with unlimited income potential
• Enjoy training and ongoing support from experienced professionals
• Build a business that is fun, rewarding and engaging
• Live life on your terms and create financial and time freedom

You will need to possess the following qualities:
• Professional manner, strong work ethic and positive outlook
• Self-starter who enjoys working autonomously
• Well spoken and a good communicator with fluent English
• Desire to help others and make a difference in people’s lives
• Go-getter with a burning desire to be your own boss
• Big thinker who wants to earn an executive level income

The company:We are a Global Leadership Development Company with an award winning product line that is currently experiencing record growth in Australia. We are looking for talented sales professionals who can keep up with the high demand for our products in the market place. There is no previous experience required although there is an expectation for you to conduct yourself in a professional and positive manner.

For more information apply online at: www.lifestyleseed.com
Or click the Apply button to register your interest today.
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About the Client
Part of a larger group, our client still embraces their core people values as they did when they were a smaller family run business. They know that they cannot deliver to their customers without great people.

A Branch Manager is a leader in this business and their role is to motivate and develop their teams. Their Branch Manager's are commercially capable and are responsible for the financial and cultural indicators of their stores. A key responsibility with this established and phenomenally successful company is to ensure they continue to offer an unrivalled service and product to their trade customers. As a Branch Manager you are outcomes focused with good people skills. You enjoy working in a team environment and contributing to the business as a whole. Your philosophy is seeing your success as coming from your team succeeding and by ensuring you provide each member of your team with opportunities in a rewarding environment. You will be willing to be involved in your local community in representing the brand and also on occasion visiting local clients and trades on site to maintain existing and developing new business relationships. You will be responsible for but not limited to: Coaching, leading and training all team members in your branch to fully meet the expectations of your trade client base. Oversee stock inventory, monthly P&L reporting and annual forecasting.
Service and maintain your current trade client base as well as seeking out new clients to expand your business. Ensure compliance with all procedures and further enhance a strong WHS culture. To be successful in this position you must possess the following: You will have a passion for sales and exceeding customers expectations, in order to maximise the profitability of all accounts. The Branch Manager will have a strong operational background and understand the building supply chain process. You must be a resourceful individual, who is able to solve problems using your own initiative. The Branch Manager must have excellent negotiation and influencing skills and be commercially astute. You will ideally have a timber, building, construction, project management or trade sales management background with leadership of a team of 10 + people. On offer A strong manager level base salary + fully maintained vehicle + super Monday to Friday roster Family supportive culture NSW/VIC border region location Relocation package on offer
APPLY NOW BY CLICKING ON THE APPLY FOR THIS JOB TAB BELOW About us

Frontline Construction, Trades and Services division specialises in Air Conditioning & Refrigeration, Automotive, Building Trades, Carpentry & Cabinet Making, Cleaning, Electrical, Fitters Turners & Machinists, Horticulture, Landscaping, Locksmithing, Maintenance & Facilities Management, Painting & Sign Writing, Plumbing, Printing & Publishing, Welders & Boiler Makers, Service Technicians & Security Services.
Frontline Recruitment Group was established in 1995 and is made up of Industry specific verticals with specialist consultants working to help match great candidates with great career opportunities.
To apply online, please click on the apply button.
Alternatively, for a confidential discussion, please contact Aaron McNamara on *****88, + click to reveal quoting Ref No. 135374 or otherwise please check out our website for other available positions.
http://www.frontlineconstruction.com.au
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About the Client
Part of a larger group, our client still embraces their core people values as they did when they were a smaller family run business. They know that they cannot deliver to their customers without great people.

A Branch Manager is a leader in this business and their role is to motivate and develop their teams. Their Branch Manager's are commercially capable and are responsible for the financial and cultural indicators of their stores. A key responsibility with this established and phenomenally successful company is to ensure they continue to offer an unrivalled service and product to their trade customers. As a Branch Manager you are outcomes focused with good people skills. You enjoy working in a team environment and contributing to the business as a whole. Your philosophy is seeing your success as coming from your team succeeding and by ensuring you provide each member of your team with opportunities in a rewarding environment. You will be willing to be involved in your local community in representing the brand and also on occasion visiting local clients and trades on site to maintain existing and developing new business relationships. You will be responsible for but not limited to: Coaching, leading and training all team members in your branch to fully meet the expectations of your trade client base. Oversee stock inventory, monthly P&L reporting and annual forecasting.
Service and maintain your current trade client base as well as seeking out new clients to expand your business. Ensure compliance with all procedures and further enhance a strong WHS culture. To be successful in this position you must possess the following: You will have a passion for sales and exceeding customers expectations, in order to maximise the profitability of all accounts. The Branch Manager will have a strong operational background and understand the building supply chain process. You must be a resourceful individual, who is able to solve problems using your own initiative. The Branch Manager must have excellent negotiation and influencing skills and be commercially astute. You will ideally have a timber, building, construction, project management or trade sales management background with leadership of a team of 10 + people. On offer A strong manager level base salary + fully maintained vehicle + super Monday to Friday roster Family supportive culture NSW/VIC border region location Relocation package on offer
APPLY NOW BY CLICKING ON THE APPLY FOR THIS JOB TAB BELOW About us

Frontline Construction, Trades and Services division specialises in Air Conditioning & Refrigeration, Automotive, Building Trades, Carpentry & Cabinet Making, Cleaning, Electrical, Fitters Turners & Machinists, Horticulture, Landscaping, Locksmithing, Maintenance & Facilities Management, Painting & Sign Writing, Plumbing, Printing & Publishing, Welders & Boiler Makers, Service Technicians & Security Services.
Frontline Recruitment Group was established in 1995 and is made up of Industry specific verticals with specialist consultants working to help match great candidates with great career opportunities.
To apply online, please click on the apply button.
Alternatively, for a confidential discussion, please contact Aaron McNamara on *****88, + click to reveal quoting Ref No. 135374 or otherwise please check out our website for other available positions.
http://www.frontlineconstruction.com.au
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Leading International Manufacturing corporation with operations and clients across Australasia is currently recruiting for an experienced Financial Accountant to join their Ballarat based plant. This is a unique and exciting business offering excellent progression and personal development. With generous benefits, work life balance and a positive and dynamic culture, this is an outstanding and rare permanent job opportunity.
Working across the finance team, key tasks of this role will include: providing support and assistance in financial analysis and reporting of sales, spend and overheads for a number of different business units; producing reports through SAP and Excel, and commentary on Profit & Loss; variance and budget analysis; month end journals; accruals; budgeting and forecasting at year end; assisting with yearly audit processes; liaising and communication across the business and stakeholder management.
The ideal candidate will have a degree in accounting and will be CA / CPA qualified. They will have experience of working in a Financial Accounting role within a larger corporate environment. Experience within FMCG industry would be a distinct advantage. They will have worked in a similar position previously and have strong technical skills within financial accounts and reporting. They will have exposure to SAP. They will be an excellent communicator and be able to liaise across the business and have exposure to business partnering.
If you are interested in this position and have the above described skillset, please apply online or send your CV to *****@hays.com.au + click to reveal
What you need to do now
If you're interested in this role, click 'apply now' to forward an up-to-date copy of your CV, or call us now.
If this job isn't quite right for you but you are looking for a new position, please contact us for a confidential discussion on your career.
A small boutique accounting firm located in Geelong has an opportunity for an Intermediate accountant.
Large retail and consumer goods company seeking experienced Financial Accountant for a permanent role.
Draftsperson needed for a Navy Project at Henderson - immediate start - For info call Ana on *****75 + click to reveal
Kalgoorlie residential role. $120-140k Salary. Permanent position.
Temporary job for a VPS5 Senior Policy Officer within Victorian State Government based in Melbourne CBD
A CEO job, based in Hobart with Montagu Community Living.
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Lip cafe in Ivanhoe is looking for an experienced barista to join the team. Must have a minimum of 1-2 years experience in a similar role. Full time job with flexible hours. >Barista Must have a clear understanding of dosing adjusting grind & extraction. >Must be excellent with customers, punctual and hard working. We are looking for someone who enjoys being busy and producing a high quality product. Competitive rates for the right candidate Please pop in with your resume or else send it through to *****@gmail.com + click to reveal
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New bakery, located in Kew Victoria. Seeking experience Barista.
Flexible hours.
Wage based on Barista level of experience
Working with Five Senses Coffee on a FB80 LaMarzocco Machine.
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Seeking qualified cook with minimum 2 years cafe experience.

3 days per week in the Fairfield area


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Australia's leading hospitality recruitment specialist has full time positions that need to be filled immediately.
If you have a stable work history and are passionate about your trade we want your resume on our books. NO fees or costs are involved.
Current VACANCIES:
VICTORIA
-Function Sales Exec/Co-Ord-City 4 Star Hotel Mon-Fri $58k
-PR/Marketing/Membership Mgr-City Members Club Sal Neg 2 vacancies
-Cellar Door Staff-Red Hill are Mon-Fri
-Front Office Snr Receptionist-SE Subs 4 Star Hotel $50k
-Assistant Restaurant Mgr-Upmarket Malvern Venue $60k-$70k
-Food and Beverage Supervisor-Mornington Peninsula upmarket venue $55k-$60k
-Gaming Mgr-SE Subs hotel Sal Neg
-Business Development Mgr-Conference and Events City 4 Star Hotel $75k
-Duty Mgr-SE Subs gaming Venue $55k-$60k
-Food and Beverage Supervisor-Bright Country Vic $58k
-Restaurant Mgr-Mornington peninsula Resort/Winery Sal Neg
-Front Office Duty Mgr-5 Star City Hotel $55k
-Head Chef-Mornington Peninsula Winery Sal Neg
-Head Chef-Berwick Restaurant-$75k
-Head Chef-Outer SE Subs Aged Care Venue Mon-Fri 8.30am-5pm $65k
-Banquet Functions Sous Chef-Mornington Peninsula 5 star Resort $65k-$70k
-Sous Chef-Mornington Peninsula Venue $65k-$70k
-Sous Chef-North Subs Bistro Sal Neg
-Sous Chef-Mt Waverley Café Mon-Fri 7am-3pm $58k-$60k
-Chef de Partie-South East Subs 4 Star Hotel $55k
-Chef de Partie-Breakfast Chef Mooroolbark Wed-Sun 7.30am-3pm $55k
-Chef de Partie-High county, Bright, Vic $55k
-Chef de Partie-Craigieburn Venue $55k
-Chef de Partie-Geelong Bistro $60k
-Chef de Partie-Red Hill Venue
-Chef de Partie-Apollo Bay $55k
-Chef de Partie-Clayton Venue $55k-$60k
-Chef de Partie-Mornington Peninsula $55k-$65k
-Commis Chef-Craigieburn Venue
-Commis Chef-Clayton Venue
-Commis Pastry Chef-Mornington Peninsula Winery $60k
-Pizza Chef-SE Subs venue
-Apprentice Chef-Mornington peninsula

This is just a taste of what we have available.
Please forward your resume in WORD format to the link below or call Scott Bolton on 
*****72 for + click to reveal more information.
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Are you finding it harder to work for a boss? Have you always wanted a better work/life balance? Then build your own business. Start part time or full time.

Simple system to follow
Unlimited income potential
No experience is required
No Stock, No Staff, Not MLM, No Hard Selling
Full Training & Support Provided
No Need To Do Any Cold Calling or Recruiting Friends & Family

If you are serious about starting a business, request more info here - http://www.create-magnificent-life.info/needu/
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Australia's leading hospitality agency is now taking applications for chefs of all levels for current vacancies. If you have a stable working history and are passionate about your trade we will endeavour to find you your dream role. NO Fees or cost to you.
Scott Bolton has over 20 years of recruitment experience behind him and is always looking for talented, quality professionals.

CURRENT VACANCIES;
Head Chef-Berwick Restaurant $75k
Head Chef-Mornington Peninsula Winery Sal $75k Neg
Head Chef-Outer SE Subs Aged Care Venue Mon-Fri 8.30am-5pm $65k
Banquet/Function Sous Chef-Mornington Peninsula 5 Star resort $65k-$70k
Sous Chef-Nth Subs Bistro Sal Neg
Sous Chef-Mornington Peninsula Venue $65k-$70k
Sous Chef-East Subs 4 Star Hotel $60k
Sous Chef-Mt Waverley Café Mon-Fri 7am-3pm $58k-$60k
Chef de Partie-Mornington Peninsula Winery $60k-$65k
Chef de Partie-Breakfast/Lunch Mooroolbark 7.30am-3.30pm Wed-Sun $55k
Chef de Partie-East Subs 4 Star Hotel $55k
Chef de Partie-Red Hill Winery
Chef de Partie-Bright Country Vic $55k
Chef de Partie-Malvern Restaurant $55k
Chef de Partie-Geelong Bistro $60k
Chef de Partie-Craigieburn Venue $55k
Chef de Partie-Clayton venue $55k-$60k
Chef de Partie-Apollo Bay on the beach $55k
Pizza Chef-Clayton Venue
Pastry Commis Chef-Mornington Peninsula Winery $60k
Commis Chef-Craigieburn Venue
Commis Chef-Mornington Peninsula Venue
Commis Chef-Clayton Venue
Apprentice Chef-Mornington Peninsula Venues

To register please forward your resume in WORD format to the link below or contact
Scott Bolton on *****72 + click to reveal
*****@scottbolton.com.au + click to reveal
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This highly regarded travel agency has an exciting opportunity now available for someone who has experience as a Travel Consultant. If you enjoy selling a wide range of travel products from both the domestic and international market to tailor making and would love to work with a fantastic team with great career progression, then this is the opportunity you have been looking for. JOB DESCRIPTION:
* Handle clients both over the phone and face to face
* Tailor make travel itineraries for your repeat and referral customers
* Use product knowledge to up sell and switch sell to ensure maximum profit is made from each booking * Looking after repeat and referral business
* General administration duties
* Ensuring all clients are met with exceptional customer service skills
EXPERIENCE REQUIRED:
*Strong product knowledge domestic and international
*GDS experience, Galileo preferred
*Have prior experience working in the travel industry - minimum 1 year
PACKAGE:
The successful candidate can expect a generous base salary + Super + Commission.
INTERESTED:
To apply for this role please contact Courtney on *****16, + click to reveal email your resume to *****@traveltraderecruitment.com.au + click to reveal or click '"Apply Now"
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  Legal Secretary - Commercial Law - Melbourne   • Take the next step in your career • Interesting mix of matters • Relaxed environment
We are seeking an experienced legal secretary to join a busy commercial practice group to provide a high level support to a partner and the wider team. 
 
This role will see you working on large and varied commercial law matters.  Your duties will be varied and may include:
 
• Diary management
• Managing multiple phone lines
• Co-ordinating travel arrangements and itineraries
• Liaising with key clients
• File management
• Drafting and editing correspondence/ documents
• Collating briefs
 
The ability to work in a fast paced environment along with a pro-active approach to your work, will be key to your success in this role. Strong technical skills, the ability to prioritise and an eagerness to learn will also be held in high regard. 
If you are a legal secretary who is confident in your abilities, thrive when working with autonomy and are ready to take the next step in your career, do not delay and apply now.   
 
To apply online, please click on the appropriate link. Alternatively, for a confidential discussion, please contact Kate Wain on *****82 + click to reveal or email your CV to *****@klrecruitment.com.au + click to reveal   Kate Wain
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anzuk Education have been based in Melbourne since 2004. Our aim is to help create exceptional experiences for the learners of today; we do this by always placing the best educators in the right learning environment.
We support schools across greater Melbourne, including Geelong, and currently have opportunities to undertake casual relief teaching within our client schools. We are looking for passionate Primary and Secondary French, Mandarin, Japanese, Vietnamese, Italian, Indonesian, Latin, German and Spanish trained teachers, who want to make an impact on students and further their learning.
anzuk can provide: 
Work in educational settings that match your skills and experience  Targeted and accredited professional development opportunities Personalised support from a dedicated consultant Flexibility in your working week Remuneration in line with experience Possible contract opportunities
Application requirements
Relevant educational degree  Registration with the Victorian Institute of Teaching (VIT)  Be fluent in the oral and written function of the language Current and relevant CV outlining recent teaching experience Contact details of at least two current, principal class referees that have directly observed you teaching (mentor teachers are acceptable for graduates)
How to apply
We encourage you to apply today. Simply click the APPLY button and upload your CV. If you are shortlisted you will be contacted by phone. Please direct any general inquiries to *****44. + click to reveal
By submitting this application you are agreeing that our staff can, if required, make contact with your referees prior to our preliminary screening. 
anzuk is a leader of temporary, contract and permanent school staffing in Australia and England in the UK. We are an equal opportunity employer.
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We have three key clients seeking accomplished Project Managers to join established teams and work on projects already secured for 2018, these are genuine roles who are conducting interviews in the next fortnight. These are long term roles with builders of note so if you have a track record in delivering commercial building or refurbishment projects, we are interested in speaking to you.
#1 - A business that has made giant strides in the past 5 years with a client list that provides a steady stream of negotiated works. Projects include apartments, commercial and industrial/retail works. With a flat management structure you will be able to work with autonomy in an positive an proactive environment. Brand new offices with easy parking. Pkg to $150k. #2 2nd Tier Stalwart - Probably Melbourne’s most awarded builder over the last 20 years this group offers true project diversity across the full spectrum of construction - educational, institutional, retail, industrial, aged care - always an interesting project to work on. You will be running a portfolio of projects with combined value of $15m or more - a singular larger project or up to 3 projects concurrently. Supported by a CA and a cadet this is a great Pkg to $200k #3 Refurbishment, Fitout and Property Services Speciliast -. A long standing Melbourne firm with a history spanning 25+ yrs - loyal repeat client list of clients including institutions, CBD corporate property agencies, Super Fund Groups and Banking & Finance organisation their work flow is constant which has enabled continued growth. Now seeking accomplished PM with track record in the corporate refurb/fit-out arena. Pkg to $150k
Applicants are sought with the following key skills and experience:
A track record in Project Management and Contracts Administration within Victoria within the specific project disciplines An excellent grounding in project planning and financial control Proven skills in client management An ability to lead a project team
Applicants from both tertiary and trade backgrounds will be considered - the important qualification for these role is your ability to bring projects in on time and on budget in a quality driven manner. Genuine roles - please contact Neil Powee on 03 9252 2124 to find out more or apply now using the links below. Alternatively you can email your application direct to *****@randstad.com.au + click to reveal
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My client is a national refurbishment and fit out group, with established Melbourne team who have a valuable repeat client list that offers stability and interesting projects.. Due to continued expansion this client has a requirement for an experienced Site Manager to join its progressive team - projects are varied and are up to $20m in size.
As a Foreman/Site Manager with this group, you will report to the Construction Manager and work closely with the nominated Project Manager and Contracts Administrator, but will have full responsibility for the planning, organising and managing the overall site including:
Site control trade coordination Works and program planning Induction and safety analysis Material purchase Sub contractor selection & supervision Project development Certification of occupancy
This is a fantastic role for a Foreman/Site Manager with demonstrated experience in refurbishment and fit-out who are looking to join a modern, progressive building group.
With a project workload that is sustainable and measured this is a great career opportunity to join an employer of choice in the refurbishment and fit-out arena. A package in the $120k - $160k range is available for the successful applicant.
Please apply online using the links below or submit your application to *****@randstad.com.au. + click to reveal For a confidential chat about his exciting role please contact Neil on *****24. + click to reveal
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Speech4Kids is looking for an enthusiastic, experienced speech pathologist to join our vibrant and well-established paediatric private practice based in Ormond, Melbourne. This role requires previous experience working in Early Intervention, schools and specifically working with children on the Autism Spectrum.
Speech4Kids offers:
• Industry leading remuneration
• Part time building up to full time with flexible hours
• Quality mentoring from experienced practice principals
• Paediatric focus, with variety of disorders including ASD 
• Individual and group therapy 
• Access to a large range of quality resources
 
Essential criteria
• Full CPSP registration with Speech Pathology Australia 
• Professional Indemnity Insurance
• Current Working With Children Check
• Access to own car with a current driver’s licence
• Experience with assessment and management of preschool and school-aged children with a variety of communication disorders including language, literacy, phonology, fluency and ASD.
Desirable criteria
• Experience running Social skills groups
• Knowledge of AAC
• Hanen training
 
Additional information about Speech4kids may be found on www.speech4kids.com.au. 
Applications should be emailed to *****@speech4kids.com.au and + click to reveal include a covering letter and resume.
 
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We are looking for a waitress with experience in hospitality for anIndian Restaurant in
Camberwell.
We are seeking a person who is :
• Able to work on weekends(Evening).
• Has fluent english and excellent customer service skills are a MUST.
• Is punctual and reliable.
• Looking for a long term employment
• Flexible with working hours whenrequired
• And able to immediately start the work.
Knowledge about indian food/spices will be a plus point.
If it sounds like you, please forward abrief description of yourexperience, availability and contact details and we'll be happy to organize aninterview with you.
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Research Fellow - Multimodal Interfaces & Behaviour (FIT)
Job No.: 571150
Faculty / Portfolio: Faculty of Information Technology
Location: Caulfield campus
Employment Type: Full-time 
Duration: Three year fixed-term appointment
Remuneration: $95,297 - $113,166 pa Level B (plus 17% employer superannuation)                      
Be inspired, every day Drive your own learning at one of the world’s top 80 universities Take your career in exciting, rewarding directions
The Opportunity
The Faculty of Information Technology is in the top 100 in the world for computer science (QS global rankings). We have over 130 academics working in the areas of data science, cybersecurity, creative technologies and human-computer interaction, and organisational and social informatics.  Currently experiencing unprecedented growth, we are now establishing a new group in Human Computer Interaction and creative technologies. We are inviting an outstanding postdoctoral academic to join our world-class team to deliver high-quality research that will help shape the future of Human Computer Interaction.
Specifically, a Level B Research Fellow position is available in multimodal interfaces and behaviour analytics for the right person. As the successful candidate, you will join a rapidly expanding multidisciplinary group with expertise in areas such as mobile and multimodal-multisensor interfaces, agent-based conversational interfaces, brain-computer and adaptive interfaces, wearable and contextually-aware personalized interfaces, education and health interfaces, data analytics for predicting user cognition and health status, and related topics in human-centered interfaces such as visualization and creative technologies.
The focus of your role will include research on predicting user cognition and health status based on analysis of different modalities (such as speech, writing, images and sensors) during naturally occurring activities. These analyses will involve exploring predictive patterns at the signal, activity pattern, lexical, and/or transactional levels.
The successful candidate will be an energetic and innovative researcher with a strong publication record who is interested in pioneering in emerging research areas.  You will hold a PhD qualification in computer science, engineering, information sciences, cognitive or linguistic sciences, and have a deep interest in developing new technologies to identify and facilitate users’ cognitive and health status. The successful candidate will have strong methodological skills, and also be interested in using their research findings to develop personalized and adaptive interfaces that promote learning, performance, and health.
Dr. Sharon Oviatt is the supervising professor, an ACM Fellow and international pioneer in human-centered, mobile, and multimodal interfaces. Please see following link: https://www.monash.edu/it/our-research/graduate-research/scholarship-funded-phd-research-projects/projects/human-centred-mobile-and-multimodal-interfaces
Experimental Labs & Design Spaces
The university has made recent strategic investments in facilities for prototyping innovative concepts, collecting and analyzing data, and displaying digital installations and interactive media—including sensiLab (supporting tangible, wearable, augmented and virtual reality, multimodal-multimedia, maker-space), Immersive Visualization platform and Analytics lab, Centre for Data Science, and ARC Centre of Excellence on Integrative Brain function (pioneering new multimodal imaging techniques for data exploration). The university currently is investing in HCI group facilities for prototyping and developing new mobile, multimodal and multisensory interfaces, capturing and analyzing human multimodal interaction (e.g., whole-body activity, speech), and predicting users’ cognitive and health status.
The Melbourne Area
Melbourne recently has been rated the #1 city worldwide for quality of life (see Economist & Guardian, http://www.economist.com/blogs/graphicdetail/2016/08/daily-chart-14 and https://www.theguardian.com/australia-news/2016/aug/18/melbourne-wins-worlds-most-liveable-city-award-sixth-year-in-a-row ), with excellent education, healthcare, infrastructure, low crime, and exceptional cuisine, cultural activities, and creative design. The regional area is renowned for its dramatic coastline, extensive parks, exotic wildlife, and Yarra Valley wine region.
This is a unique opportunity to join a leading Go8 University with top-rankings and like-minded, passionate academics.  If you feel you have the drive and expertise to contribute to this cutting-edge group, then apply before February 25, 2018.
Please note the start date is negotiable, but preferably between April to July of 2018.
To Apply:
Required application materials include:
(1) cover letter (indicating date of availability)
(2) current CV with publication list, and research and teaching interests
(3) 3 references with email/phone contacts
(4) graduate transcripts
(5) three representative publications.
Your application must also address the key selection criteria as detailed in the attached Position Description. Please refer to "How to apply for Monash jobs"
The faculty is strongly committed to improving the diversity of our staff and students, and promoting a culture of equity, fairness, respect and openness. We fully support the principles of the Athena SWAN Charter. Applications from female candidates are strongly encouraged.
Enquiries                               
Professor Sharon Oviatt , Faculty of Information Technology: *****@monash.edu + click to reveal
Position Description
 PD - Research Fellow (Multimodal Interfaces & Behaviour Analytics)
Closing Date
Thursday 15 March 2018, 11.55pm AEDT
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Research Fellow (Integrative Urban and Architectural Design)
Job No.: 571684
Faculty / Portfolio: Faculty of Art Design and Architecture
Location: Caulfield campus
Employment Type: Full-time
Duration: 3 year fixed-term appointment
Remuneration: $95,297 - $113,166 pa Level B
(plus 17% employer superannuation)
Opportunity to be involved in the development of new initiatives Work with leading researchers at one of the world’s top 80 universities Develop and shape your own research agenda
Everyone needs a platform to launch a satisfying career. At Monash, we give you the space and support to take your career in all kinds of exciting new directions. You’ll have access to quality research, infrastructure and learning facilities, opportunities to collaborate internationally, as well as the grants you’ll need to publish your work. We’re a university full of energetic and enthusiastic minds, driven to challenge what’s expected, expand what we know, and learn from other inspiring, empowering thinkers.
The Opportunity
The Department of Architecture at Monash University offers a unique opportunity for a talented and committed post-doctoral research fellow to engage across practice-based and scholarly research in urban and architectural design. This is one of two research fellow positions currently being advertised by the department – the other is focused on our developing research profile in the history, theory and criticism of architecture. 
This is a fixed-term, three year position, suitable for an engaged scholar who fits within the Monash Architecture ethos: making a positive contribution to the common good through rigorous, practice-based and scholarly architectural research.
This is an opportunity to collaborate with leading, established and emerging architectural researchers, in a lively Departmental context, undertaking innovative and important research projects which aim to have a tangible effect in the world.  
The research context and approach
This role is intended to straddle the various research themes explored within Monash Architecture’s Urban Laboratory, which undertakes cutting edge design and practice research in architecture, and integrative work in urban and architectural design.
The Urban Lab is a development of, and emerges from years of successful and highly-awarded design and practice research undertaken by the original Monash Architecture Studio (MAS), founded by Shane Murray, Diego Ramirez-Lovering and Nigel Bertram, amongst others.
The newly inaugurated Urban Lab integrates and builds upon this past work, under four established themes (The Compact City, The Informal City, The Ecological City, and The Inclusive City) and new and evolving themes (including the city as a productive entity; and the role of urbanism and architecture in rural and regional contexts).
Research outcomes from the Urban Lab often manifest in ‘non-traditional’ forms, such as built and unbuilt architectural designs, industry reports, exhibitions, competition schemes, and other non-text-based manifestations.
The role:
In relation to the above, the role has three parts.
Part of the role (approximately two days per week) will entail active collaboration across the Urban Lab, including HDR supervision, and reconsidering past ‘non-traditional’ research outputs in light of their as-yet unarticulated scholarly value, and communicating these with a broader audience. The successful applicant will engage in some research management activities (approximately one day per week) including managing communications and knowledge-sharing between tams in the Urban Lab, and organizing seminars and events and collaborative projects related to research across the Urban Lab. The successful applicant will conceive and undertake their own, self-directed and independent research work aligned to Lab themes and researchers, for the remaining two days per week, throughout the course of the fellowship. In relation to part 3 above, applicants are required to provide a brief (no more than four A4 pages) research proposal, setting out this program of independent research, its questions, aims, outcomes and key milestones, and specifying how the program of research aligns productively with the existing themes and researchers in the Urban Lab.
About you:
You will have understanding and appreciation of the value and contribution of practice-based research in the discipline, although your work may tend towards either traditional scholarship or hybrid architectural research.
You will be a willing and enthusiastic collaborator, able to connect and draw together researchers in aligned but distinct areas of urban architectural research.
You will be highly productive, motivated and self-directed, with a strong and established track record of research outputs.
You will be committed to undertaking research in and about architectural design, informed by scholarly depth and rigour and have the critical and imaginative capacity to translate non-traditional research into conventional research outcomes and vice versa.
You will have a research doctorate or equivalent higher degree in architecture or a related field, with specific expertise in the research areas covered by the Urban Laboratory.
This role is a full-time position; however flexible working arrangements may be negotiated.
The application
Your application should include a cover letter, and a statement addressing the selection criteria. It should also include the research proposal specified above. Please refer to "How to apply for Monash jobs"
Enquiries
Professor Naomi Stead, Head of Department,  *****77 + click to reveal or *****@monadh.edu + click to reveal
Position Description
 PD - Research Fellow in Integrative Urban and Architectural Design
Closing Date
February 16, 2018, 11.55pm AEDT
 
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Academic Opportunities in Human Computer Interaction (FIT)
Job No.: 571151
Faculty / Portfolio: Faculty of Information Technology
Location: Caulfield campus
Employment Type: Full-time
Duration: Continuing appointment
Remuneration:  Level B ($95,297 - $113,166) Plus 17% Employer Superannuation
                         Level C ($116,737 - $134,606) Plus 17% Employer Superannuation
                         Level D ($140,565 - $154,853) Plus 17 % Employer Superannuation
Enjoy the freedom to discover something new Be surrounded by extraordinary ideas – and the people who discover them Take your research further with state-of-the-art infrastructure
The Opportunity
The Faculty of Information Technology  is in the top 100 in the world for computer science (QS global rankings). We have over 130 academics working in the areas of data science, cybersecurity, creative technologies and human-computer interaction, and organisational and social informatics.
Currently experiencing unprecedented growth, we are now establishing a new group in Human Computer Interaction and creative technologies and are inviting outstanding academics to join our world-class team to deliver high-quality teaching and research which will help shape the future of HCI.
Multiple Faculty Openings are available at a Level B Lecturer, Level C Senior Lecturer or Level D Associate Professor with a preference for the following areas of expertise:
(1) mobile and multimodal-multisensor interfaces,
(2) agent-based conversational interfaces,
(3) brain-computer and adaptive interfaces,
(4) wearable and contextually-aware personalized interfaces, and
(5) data analytics for predicting user cognition and health status.
Other areas of human-centred interfaces also will be considered, such as visualization, creative technologies, digital health, and innovative educational interfaces. The successful candidate will join a rapidly expanding multidisciplinary group in the above areas. When applying, please indicate your area of specialization.
Dr. Sharon Oviatt is the supervising professor, an ACM Fellow and international pioneer in human-centred, mobile, and multimodal interfaces. Please see following link: https://www.monash.edu/it/our-research/graduate-research/scholarship-funded-phd-research-projects/projects/human-centred-mobile-and-multimodal-interfaces
The successful candidate will be an energetic and innovative academic, who has strong methodological skills and the ability to pioneer in emerging research areas.  You will have a PhD in computer science, engineering, information sciences, cognitive or linguistic sciences, or a related field. You will also have several years of post-PhD research or work experience, commensurate with level of appointment. All candidates must have a strong publication record in top conferences and journals, excellent teamwork and communication/writing skills, and teaching/mentoring experience. Evidence of grants and industry partnerships is preferred.
All staff are expected to make significant contributions to the teaching effort of the faculty and are responsible for conducting and fostering excellence in research, teaching and mentoring, and professional activities. More senior faculty also are expected to contribute to policy development in their field across the Faculty of IT, Monash University, and broader community.
The Experimental Labs & Design Spaces
The university has made recent strategic investments in facilities for prototyping innovative concepts, collecting and analyzing data, and displaying digital installations and interactive media—including sensiLab (supporting tangible, wearable, augmented and virtual reality, multimodal-multimedia, maker-space), Immersive Visualization platform and Analytics lab, Centre for Data Science, and ARC Centre of Excellence on Integrative Brain function (pioneering new multimodal imaging techniques for data exploration). The university currently is investing in HCI group facilities for prototyping and developing new mobile, multimodal and multisensory interfaces, capturing and analyzing human multimodal interaction (e.g., whole-body activity, speech), and predicting users’ cognitive and health status.
The Melbourne Area
Melbourne recently has been rated the #1 city worldwide for quality of life (see Economist & Guardian, http://www.economist.com/blogs/graphicdetail/2016/08/daily-chart-14 and  https://www.theguardian.com/australia-news/2016/aug/18/melbourne-wins-worlds-most-liveable-city-award-sixth-year-in-a-row), with excellent education, healthcare, infrastructure, low crime, and exceptional cuisine, cultural activities, and creative design. The regional area is renowned for its dramatic coastline, extensive parks, exotic wildlife, and Yarra Valley wine region.
This is a unique opportunity to join a leading Go8 University with top-rankings and like-minded, passionate academics.  If you feel you have the drive and expertise to contribute to this cutting-edge group, then apply before February 25, 2018.
Please note the academic year begins with term 1 in late February, and term 2 in late July, but start date is negotiable.
To Apply:
Required application materials include:
(1) cover letter (indicating application area of expertise, planned research for the future and date of availability)
(2) current CV with publication list, and research and teaching interests
(3) 3-5 references with email/phone contacts
(4) three representative publications.
Your application must also address the key selection criteria as detailed in the attached Position Description. Please refer to "How to apply for Monash jobs"
For more information on the Faculty of IT’s main research areas and vigorous recruitment plans to add 50 new faculty, see https://www.monash.edu/it/about-us/recruiting-exceptional-academics.
The faculty is strongly committed to improving the diversity of our staff and students, and promoting a culture of equity, fairness, respect and openness. We fully support the principles of the Athena SWAN Charter. Applications from female candidates are strongly encouraged.
Enquiries                               
Professor Sharon Oviatt , Faculty of Information Technology: *****@monash.edu + click to reveal
Position Description
 PD - Lecturer (Human Computer Interaction)
 PD - Senior Lecturer (Human Computer Interaction)
 PD - Associate Professor (Human Computer Interaction)
Closing Date
Thursday 15 March 2018, 11.55pm AEDT
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Research Fellow (Architecture History, Theory & Criticism)
Job No.: 571489
Faculty / Portfolio: Faculty of Art Design and Architecture
Location: Caulfield campus
Employment Type: Full-time
Duration: Three year fixed-term appointment
Remuneration: $95,297 - $113,166 pa Level B (plus 17% employer superannuation)
Opportunity to be involved in the development of new initiatives Work with leading researchers at one of the world’s top 80 universities Develop and shape your own research agenda
Everyone needs a platform to launch a satisfying career. At Monash, we give you the space and support to take your career in all kinds of exciting new directions. You’ll have access to quality research, infrastructure and learning facilities, opportunities to collaborate internationally, as well as the grants you’ll need to publish your work. We’re a university full of energetic and enthusiastic minds, driven to challenge what’s expected, expand what we know, and learn from other inspiring, empowering thinkers.
The Opportunity
The Department of Architecture at Monash University offers a unique opportunity for a talented and committed post-doctoral research fellow to engage in interdisciplinary and collaborative research in the history, theory and criticism of architecture. This is one of two research fellow positions currently being advertised by the department – the other is focused on our research strength in practice-based and scholarly research in Integrative urban and Architectural design.
This is a fixed-term, three year position, suitable for an engaged and imaginative scholar. It represents an opportunity to collaborate with leading, established and emerging researchers across architecture, art history and theory, and design, in a lively departmental context.   
The research context
The Department of Architecture at Monash University has acknowledged strengths in urban and architectural design research, in both practice-based and scholarly modes. Research in the history, theory, and criticism of architecture is an area under development, with recent academic appointments and research activity bolstering capacity in this area. 
Professor Naomi Stead, the newly appointed Head of Architecture at Monash University, together with Dr Ari Seligmann and other colleagues, are driving a program of integrated historical, theoretical and critical studies, and an exploration of related critical practices, located within Architecture but potentially reaching across all three disciplines in the MADA Faculty – Architecture, Design, and Fine Art.
The successful applicant will contribute to the Department of Architecture’s research goals by developing high quality research outputs (in traditional and possibly also non-traditional research formats) which explore the research themes identified by principal researchers in the department. The successful applicant will also work to stimulate cross-disciplinary connections, dialogues and discourse within MADA and across Monash University.
The role:
In relation to the above, the role has three parts.
The successful applicant will conceive and undertake their own, self-directed and independent research work aligned to the work and themes of scholars already working in the department and faculty, for two days per week, throughout the course of the fellowship. Part of the role (approximately two days per week) will entail active collaboration across existing scholars working in History, Theory and Criticism in the MADA Faculty, including HDR supervision. There will be some research management activities (approximately one day per week) including managing communications and knowledge-sharing between other scholars in cognate fields, organizing seminars and events and collaborative projects related to research in History, Theory and Criticism. In relation to part 1 above, applicants are required to provide a brief (no more than four A4 pages) research proposal, setting out this program of independent research, its questions, aims, outcomes and key milestones, and specifying how the program of research aligns productively with the work of existing scholars in the history, theory and criticism of Architecture, and possibly also Design and Fine Art.
About you:
You will be committed to collaboration, and connecting people, ideas, concepts and shared research focus.
You will be a research leader, developing grant application activities and building collaboration opportunities for Architecture at Monash.
You will be a willing and enthusiastic collaborator, able to connect and draw together researchers in aligned but distinct areas of history, theory, and criticism.
You will be highly productive, motivated and self-directed, with a strong and established track record of research outputs.
You will have a research doctorate or equivalent higher degree in architecture or a related field, with specific expertise in a particular area, appropriate to your proposed program of research.
This role is a full-time position; however flexible working arrangements may be negotiated.
The application
Your application should include a cover letter, and a statement addressing the selection criteria. It should also include the research proposal specified above. Please refer to "How to apply for Monash jobs"
Enquiries
Professor Naomi Stead, Head of Department,  *****77 + click to reveal or via email, *****@monash.edu + click to reveal
Position Description
PD - Research Fellow in Architecture History, Theory & Criticism
Closing Date
February 16, 2018, 11.55pm AEDT
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Giving Programs Officer
Job No.: 570814
Faculty / Portfolio: Vice-Chancellor and President
Location: Mulgrave
Employment:  Full-time 
Duration: Continuing appointment
Remuneration: $77,512 - $83,664 pa HEW Level 06 (plus 17% employer superannuation)
Be inspired, every day Take your career in exciting, rewarding directions Be a part of an inclusive, collaborative community
There’s a certain feeling you get from working at Monash University. It’s the feeling that you’re a part of something special. Something significant. And that’s because you’re not just starting your career, or taking on a bigger challenge. You’re making a real contribution – surrounded by energetic, inspiring people who are driven to make a difference as well. Monash is a place where you’ll be able to develop your career in exciting, sometimes unexpected ways – putting you in the best possible position for a rewarding future.
The Opportunity
The Giving Programs team has a target to achieve 6,000 donors in 2018.  Integral to achieving this target is the role of the Giving Programs Officer, who will play a key role in initiating student and staff fundraising at Monash. 
Campus Giving is new to Monash and you will have a lot of freedom to research and advise on new ideas from across the sector.  
As the successful candidate, you will have a focus on building relationships with on campus student clubs and societies to raise awareness, drive interest and co-ordinate the delivery of fundraising opportunities, in particular crowdfunding and peer to peer fundraising.  You will develop website and social media communications and marketing materials to promote and deliver fundraising campaigns, and provide a variety of administrative duties to meet operational needs.
You will also be required to support the Giving Programs team with campaign activity across the team that are helping to deliver against the ambitious donor and income targets for the year. 
As a result the desired candidate will need to be able to work across numerous projects at any one time, and have the ability to prioritise their workload accordingly.
We are looking for someone who is looking to forge a career in this space and has the desire and ambition to continually develop new skills that help the Giving Programs team to hit their donor number and income targets.
If you believe you fit this profile, we look forward to receiving your application.
This role is a full-time position; however, flexible working arrangements may be negotiated.
At Monash University, we are committed to being a Child Safe organisation.  Some positions at the University will require the incumbent to hold a valid Working with Children Check.
Your application must address the selection criteria. Please refer to "How to apply for Monash Jobs"
Enquiries
Mr Archie Nikias, Senior Adviser, Giving Programs,  *****36 + click to reveal
Position Description
 PD - Giving Programs Officer
Closing Date
Sunday 28 January 2018, 11.55pm AEDT