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Relationships Australia
NORTHERN TERRITORY
Relationships Australia NT (RANT) is part of one of Australia’s largest community based organisations whose vision is to work with communities where relationships are respectful, diversity is valued and all people have atrue sense of belonging and connection. RANT is committed to protecting children and young people from harm.
Couple and Family Counsellors
Psychologist/ Social Worker/ Accredited Counsellors
Full-Time Darwin & Part-Time Katherine
Our experienced and robust therapeutic team are looking for professional counsellors to join theirteam:

We provide excellent supervision and PD opportunities (up to $3000 per annum for your PD) We work in a cultural and trauma-informed environment with individuals, couples and families We workwith and welcome diverse client groups including ATSI, CALD and LGBTIQ We want team members who are qualified and experienced in couple therapy, mental health, trauma and FDV
Interested?
Applicants are required to have a Tertiary Qualification at Bachelor degree or equivalent in a relevant discipline Applicants will require screening, referee checks, ochre card and police check Relocation assistance is available – please referto https://www.ntphn.org.au for eligibility Position Description and Employment Conditions are available in current vacancies at www.nt.relationships.org.au
Applications should be forwarded to *****@ra-nt.org.au + click to reveal and include a cover letter, current CV and at least two referees. To discuss details about the position duties please call Jonelle Patton on *****99. + click to reveal (Please note – option to interview on application).
Applications by Commencement of Business Monday 4 December 2017 Aboriginal people and people from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds are encouraged to apply.
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LABOURER
LABOURER REQUIRED
For busy panel shop in Winnellie.Must be self motivated and have common sense.
Duties vary including detailing vehicles, parts collection & workshop maintenance.
Drivers license essential & forklift license desirable.
Salary negotiable to the right person.
Please call *****44 + click to reveal
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Relationships Australia
NORTHERN TERRITORY
Relationships Australia NT (RANT) is part of one of Australia’s largest community based organisations whose vision is to work with communities where relationships are respectful, diversity is valued and all people have a true sense of belonging and connection. RANT is committed to protecting children and young people from harm.
Aboriginal Youth & Family
Support Worker
Royal Commission
Support Service, Darwin
(Full Time Position - 6 Month
Contract – Hours Negotiable)
The successful applicant for this Indigenous identified position will be involved in:

Providing support and/or case
management to Indigenous young people and families who have been impacted by the content being explored in the Royal Commission into Care and Protection of young people (NT)
Development and facilitation of culturally appropriate activities and groups for young people, alongside the Aboriginal Islander Cultural Advisor Supporting counselling staff to ensure that interventions are culturally appropriate Independent outreach support to clients in Don Dale and Holtz, as required.
Applicants will require extensive screening, referee checks, identity check, Ochre Card and Criminal History check.
Position Description (including Selection Criteria) and Basic Employment Conditions are available in Current Vacancies at www.nt.relationships.org.au
Applications should be forwarded to *****@ra-nt.org.au + click to reveal and include a Cover Letter, current CV and at least two referees.
To discuss details about the position duties please call Geoff on *****99. + click to reveal
Applications by Commencement of Business
Monday 27th November 2017
www.nt.relationships.org.au
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Within the School of Environment, the Research Institute for the Environment and Livelihoods (RIEL) is a Tier One research institute that consolidates CDU's environmental research and postgraduate training across the natural, social and spatial sciences. RIEL also hosts the Centre for Renewable Energy, the Darwin Centre for Bushfire Research, and the Northern Australia Environmental Resources Hub of the National Environmental Science Program (NESP). 
The Northern Australia Environmental Resources Hub assists decision makers to understand, use, manage and safeguard northern Australia's outstanding natural environment through world-class science. Working in the Kimberley, Top End, the Gulf and Cape York, Hub research focuses on land and water planning, ecosystems and economics, Indigenous land management, and fire, weeds and feral animals.
As the Communications Officer, you will work with the Knowledge Brokering and Communications Team to help maximise the impact of Hub research through facilitating its uptake by government representatives, industry bodies, Indigenous organisations, community groups and others. Your focus will be to assist with communications, office management and co-ordination to ensure that activities are targeted, effective and integrated, and build on existing research and knowledge in a meaningful way.
To be successful, you require a tertiary qualification in science communication or related field or equivalent relevant experience, as well as demonstrated high level communication skills including experience in developing effective products to communicate research to a wide range of audiences. 
Applications Close: 11 December 2017
For further information please contact Dr Clare Taylor, Knowledge Broker on *****76 + click to reveal or *****99 + click to reveal e-mail *****@cdu.edu.au  + click to reveal
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Fly Tiwi; our local Darwin airline serving the Top End is looking for an energetic, switched on person, who is responsible, well presented and professional in their attitude and is interested in the aviation industry. Working in our small but busy terminal at Darwin airport, the job requires good attention to detail and is varied involving
Front counter and telephone Customer service, Cash handling Check in of people and baggage. Operating an on-line booking system, Baggage handling. Ground handling and loading of the aircraft.
You must be fit and able to lift 15kg regularly, be able to pass a drug screen and gain an aviation security pass. Previous experience would be useful but is less important than the ability to learn. Some weekend work is involved. The position is casual initially and involves full time hours on one of two daytime shifts.
Please email your resume to: *****@hardyaviation.com.au + click to reveal
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The Research Institute for the Environment and Livelihoods (RIEL) conducts world-class research on ecosystems, livelihoods, resource management and ecology in northern Australia and beyond. Our research is organised into five Areas of Strength: Communities and Livelihoods, Functional Ecology, Savanna and Arid Environments, Water and Catchments and Biodiversity Conservation. RIEL also hosts the Centre for Renewable Energy, the Darwin Centre for Bushfire Research, the Environmental Chemistry and Microbiology Unit, and the Aboriginal Research Practitioner's Network. RIEL brings together scientists from many disciplines, and a common feature of RIEL research is the relationship between people and the environment, with a primary focus on tropical northern Australia and south-east Asia.
As the Research Fellow - Savanna Modelling, your role is to l examine the ability of dynamic global vegetation models to predict the impact of global environmental change on savanna vegetation, and the resulting impacts on savanna biodiversity. You play a central role in devising, implementing, managing and publishing the research and will co-supervises postgraduate students.. Your core The position has primary responsibility for identifying, collating and managing existing datasets which can be used to validate and calibrate the vegetation and biodiversity models. The research forms part of an ARC Future Fellowship project commencing in September 2017. The research will therefore be closely guided by the requirements and milestones of the grant. 
To be successful, you will hold a PhD in ecology or other relevant field as well as having project management skills, including the ability to plan, conduct and co-ordinate research and to meet deadlines, with minimal supervision.
Applications Close: 17 December 2017 
For further information please contact Dr Brett Murphy, Senior Research Fellow on *****49 + click to reveal or e-mail *****@cdu.edu.au  + click to reveal
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The School of Psychological and Clinical Sciences is responsible for teaching and research in the fields of health professional related sciences such as psychological, pharmacological, biomedical and exercise and sports science. It also provides foundation education in a range of biological, chemical and biomedical sciences. The School offers a range of undergraduate, honours and postgraduate programs that cater to the beginner student, students in pursuit of a health professional or research career and those in pursuit of lifelong learning. The School has strong partnerships with the Menzies School of Health Research and Flinders University's Northern Territory Medical Program.As the Associate Head of Pharmacy, you will encourage and facilitate the development of a professional team approach to the work of the Pharmacy team through a range of mechanisms including mentoring, team-building, professional management and leadership
You will need to demonstrate your commitment to understanding the needs of students, the profession, and Indigenous and remote communities in the Northern Territory and have the ability to lead the development and promotion of non-traditional career pathways for Pharmacy graduates.
To be successful, you require a Ph.D. in a relevant area of Pharmacy, and professional activity in Pharmacy, or aligned discipline as well as demonstrated leadership in teaching, curriculum development and curriculum renewal at undergraduate level in one or more areas of pharmacy.
Applications Close: 17 December 2017 
For further information please contact Professor Timothy Skinner, Head of School - Psychological and Clinical Sciences on *****08 + click to reveal or e-mail *****@cdu.edu.au  + click to reveal
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The Company:
Australia's pre-eminent control and automation service provider. The organisation specialises in the design, integration, installation, and service of automation solutions encompassing a range of PLC, SCADA, HMI, RTU platforms. They work across a range of sectors including Infrastructure, Food and Beverage, Utilities, Resources, Manufacturing, and Defence. They are expanding their Projects Team and are therefore searching for a new Senior Control Systems Engineer. They are open to engaging the incumbent on a permanent or contract basis. 
 
Responsibilities will encompass:
Engineer and design technical automation solutions suited to client specifications/requirements  PLC, HMI and SCADA programming, configuration, integration, and commissioning Develop required reports and documentation  Engage with a range of stakeholders – technical  and non-technical Control system troubleshooting and fault-finding
 
Successful candidates will possess:
A minimum of 5 years’ experience as a Control Systems Engineer Extensive 'hands-on' experience with PLC and SCADA platforms – Rockwell RSLogix PLC software and Citect SCADA are essential  Previous project experience in the Utilities, Manufacturing, Food and Beverage sectors Excellent communication and interpersonal skills Ability to engage effectively with a diverse range of internal and external stakeholders
 
Rewards:
Working for an industry leader on a diverse range of projects across different industries Exposure to a wide range of control and automation platforms Competitive remuneration A dynamic culture where success is celebrated Cutting edge industry training
 
If this opportunity sounds of interest, please APPLY NOW and follow the prompts. Alternatively, email your resume directly to *****@tmsconsulting.com.au + click to reveal
N.B only short-listed candidates will be contacted.
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Located in the London Borough of Ealing this is a contemporary and diverse mixed school with adequate facilities. The school’s SLT are working relentlessly and investing heavily into its staff and resources to ensure that the school advances beyond their recent success during last years Ofsted inspection where they were awarded a ‘Good’ grade across all areas.
Your new role The school is looking for a teacher who is able to motivate low ability students and challenge the more able pupils to ensure they maximise their potential by using a range of different learning resources and equipment to prepare pupils for qualifications and external examinations. Additionally, you would need to be able manage pupil behaviour in the classroom and on school premises, and apply appropriate and effective measures in cases of misbehaviour. For the right candidate responsibilities will be given such as taking on the role of form tutor, and supporting pupils on an individual basis through academic or personal difficulties. You will be expect to participate in and organise extracurricular activities, such as outings, social activities and sporting events as well as liaise with other professionals, such as learning mentors, careers advisers, educational psychologists and education welfare officers.
What you'll need to succeed • A recognised teaching qualification
• Ability to teach English across Secondary School
• A valid visa to work in the UK
• Strong Classroom Management and Behavioural Skills
What you'll get in return • Competitive rates of pay and a Guaranteed Pay Scheme
• A personal Consultant offering relocation advice and guidance in this specialist area
• Refer a Friend scheme - £250 every time you recommend a teacher
• Free Child Protection and Safeguarding Training
• Regular social events and discounted travel deals
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 contact Shauna at *****@hays.com.au + click to reveal or *****34. + click to reveal
If this job isn't quite right for you but you are looking for a new position, please contact us for a confidential discussion on your career.
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The School of Health delivers teaching in the areas of Social Work, Humanitarian, Emergency and Disaster Management Studies, Midwifery, Child and Family Health and Nursing. Successful completion of the Bachelor of Nursing course enables students to apply to the Nursing and Midwifery Board of Australia for registration as a Registered Nurse. Undergraduate nursing units are offered in both internal and external modes. The versatility of the nursing program ensures nursing students, from beginner to more advanced levels including postgraduate coursework and research, are able to pursue lifelong learning and enjoy a range of career opportunities. The University's Research Centre for Health and Wellbeing supports higher degree by research students and undertakes research as it relates to individuals, groups, families and communities, with a focus on interdisciplinary and intercultural approaches. Areas of strength include Indigenous health and wellbeing, health services research, social impacts on community wellbeing and health care, and clinical research.
As the Director of Clinical Education in Nursing, you will lead the University's undergraduate nursing clinical program. In consultation with the clinical team, your role will be to develop, expand and improve the quality of pre-registration nursing students' clinical experience opportunities across Australia. 
To be successful you require eligibility for registration as a Registered Nurse with the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency and completion of Master of Nursing degree or equivalent, PhD preferred. You will also need to be available to travel to regional and remote locations throughout Australia.
Applications Close: 5 January 2018
For further information please contact Ms Beryl McEwan, Lecturer in Health - Nursing on e-mail *****@cdu.edu.au + click to reveal
 
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The Opportunity
YMCA of the Northern Territory has recently been successful in obtaining the Tender to manage the newly refurbished Parap pool, along with Casuarina and Nightcliff pools. We are currently seeking an Area Manager to join our team to be a part of this exciting new chapter for YMCA.
This is a full-time opportunity with an annual salary between $85,000 - $90,000 plus super, this role will also include a motor vehicle or vehicle allowance.
 
The Role
The Area Manager will oversee the 3 pools as part of the City of Darwin contract. The Area Manager is essential in assisting YMCA in delivering its vision and mission.
This role will provide strong leadership and oversee all facets of the City of Darwin contract (Parap, Casuarina and Nightcliff pools); including day to day operations, programming, aquatic supervision and operational growth.
This role will have a strong focus on business development, ensuring financially stable quality service to customers and key stakeholders. The Area Manager will demonstrate excellent leadership and provide clear direction to lead their team and ensure the overall smooth and successful operation of the facilities, showing commitment to the strategic goals and vision of the YMCA.
 
Key Responsibilities include
Have a thorough understanding of the Contract to ensure all aspects of the contract are being met at all times Ensure each facility is adequately supervised at all times Manage all aspects of the Swimming Lessons Program across each facility Assist with the startup of the 3 sites, ensuring the transition is as smooth as possible Provide leadership and direction to direct reports Work in close collaboration with People & Culture and encourage the development of staff through succession planning, recognition, performance management, ongoing training and learning development Implement an annual performance budget for centre operation with realistic projections for financial results Build YMCA reputation – is a strong advocate for the YMCA and the development of the local community
 
Selection Criteria
Relevant experience managing aquatic facilities and leading a successful team Well-developed communication and time management skills and the ability maintain rapport with persons from all levels within the organisation Previous financial management and budget preparation experience Current First Aid Certificate
 
YMCA requires all candidates to undergo a safeguarding children and young people screening process prior to appointment.
Applications for this opportunity close 1st December 2017.
To apply, click 'apply now' or visit http://ntymca.recruitmenthub.com.au/Vacancies/. For further information relating to the role, please contact Nathan Bye on *****@ymca.org.au + click to reveal or *****77 + click to reveal during office hours (8am – 4pm).
YMCA is an equal opportunity employer and is committed to safeguarding children and young people.
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The Opportunity
YMCA of the Northern Territory has recently been successful in obtaining the Tender to manage the newly refurbished Parap pool, along with Casuarina and Nightcliff pools. We are currently seeking Centre Coordinators to join our team to be a part of this exciting new chapter for YMCA. There will be 1 Centre Coordinator per site.
These are full-time opportunities with an annual salary starting between $45,000 - $50,000 + super.
 
The Role
The Centre Coordinators will oversee the day to day operations of their delegated site, being responsible for providing support and guidance to the Duty Managers, Lifeguards, Swim Teachers and Customer Service Officers through implementation and development of deployment plans and manuals.
As well as overseeing the day to day operations of the centre, the Centre Coordinator will be responsible for identifying potential risk factors, rostering and approvals of the team at their site, ensuring checklists are adhered to, and overseeing the membership numbers for the pool and swimming lessons. They will also need to complete reporting on numbers, attendances and all other areas specified by the area manager.
This role will be majority direct service performing the role of Duty Manager, there will also be a reasonable amount of time allocated to perform administration duties. The area manager will have the overall say on how these hours are allocated
 
Key Responsibilities include
Display leadership to all staff to ensure staff performance meets expectation Responsible for ensuring reporting and communication of all first aid administration, near misses, major incidents. Faults and issues that occur or your shift or within the centre Ensure personal and staff compliance to all relevant daily checklist expectations and GSPO recommendations Ensure centre presentation is of the highest standards at all times throughout the course of your shift Provide exceptional customer service at all times Be able to perform the role of Duty Manager, and if necessary Lifeguard or Swim Teacher.
 
Selection Criteria
Currently Pool Lifeguard Current First Aid Experience as a Duty Manager, minimum Knowledge of Pool Tests and plant room operations Experience leading a team AUSTSWIM Teacher of Swimming and Water Safety, desirable
 
YMCA requires all candidates to undergo a safeguarding children and young people screening process prior to appointment.
Applications for this opportunity close 1st December 2017.
To apply, click 'apply now' or visit http://ntymca.recruitmenthub.com.au/Vacancies/. For further information relating to the role, please contact Nathan Bye on *****@ymca.org.au + click to reveal or *****77 + click to reveal during office hours (8am – 4pm).
YMCA is an equal opportunity employer and is committed to safeguarding children and young people.
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The Opportunity
YMCA of the Northern Territory has recently been successful in obtaining the Tender to manage the newly refurbished Parap pool, along with Casuarina and Nightcliff pools. We are currently seeking Customer Service Officers to join our team to be a part of this exciting new chapter for YMCA.
YMCA is offering the opportunity to assist successful candidates to obtain their First Aid & CPR qualification if they don't yet possess this (conditions apply).
These are casual opportunities with an hourly rate of $23.51 (junior rates apply) with weekend and public holiday penalties. This opportunity is only available at Parap pool
 
The Role
The Customer Service Officer is the face of our organisation, and as such it is crucial they provide all customers with the highest possible level of service. Customer Service staff will be inclusive and tolerant and will, at all times, recognise and respect individual's, no matter their age, gender, race, culture, ethnicity, class, religion or disability.
 
Key Responsibilities
Respond to all customer enquires Manage the kiosk stock and sales throughout the day Provide excellent customer service to customers, both in person and over the telephone Accept customer bookings and enrolments for programs and services at the center Create a welcoming atmosphere through engaging customers in a friendly and approachable manner Assist with general cleaning tasks and other duties as required
Selection Criteria
Exceptional and proven customer service and sales skills Ability to work afternoon/ nights & weekends Willingness to learn and work part of a team Current First Aid & CPR preferred Lifeguard qualification desirable Previous experience in similar role desirable
 
YMCA requires all candidates to undergo a safeguarding children and young people screening process prior to appointment.
Applications for this opportunity close 1st December 2017.
To apply, click 'apply now' or visit http://ntymca.recruitmenthub.com.au/Vacancies/. For further information relating to the role, please contact Jaz Cross on *****77. + click to reveal
YMCA is an equal opportunity employer and is committed to safeguarding children and young people.
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The Opportunity
YMCA of the Northern Territory has recently been successful in obtaining the Tender to manage the newly refurbished Parap pool, along with Casuarina and Nightcliff pools. We are currently seeking Duty Managers to join our team to be a part of this exciting new chapter for YMCA.
These are casual opportunities with an hourly rate of $27.71, weekend and public holiday rates apply.
 
The Role
The Duty Manager will have delegated authority of the Manager and provides support to all Lifeguards on a daily basis. As well as overseeing the day-to-day operations of the Palmerston Swimming & Fitness Centre and identifying potential risk factors, Duty Managers will act as positive role models to all staff.
 
Key Responsibilities include
Display leadership to all facility staff to ensure performance meets expectation Responsible for ensuring reporting and communication of all first aid administration, near misses, major incidents, faults and issues that occur or your shift or within the centre Ensure personal and staff compliance to all relevant daily checklist expectations Completing pool tests and regular plant room checks and tasks. Ensure centre presentation is of the highest standards at all times throughout the course of your shift Provide exceptional customer service at all times
 
Selection Criteria
Current Pool Lifeguard Current First Aid 6 months experience as a Lifeguard, minimum Knowledge of Pool Tests and basic plant room operations
 
YMCA requires all candidates to undergo a safeguarding children and young people screening process prior to appointment.
Applications for this opportunity close 1st December 2017.
To apply, click 'apply now' or visit http://ntymca.recruitmenthub.com.au/Vacancies/. For further information relating to the role, please to contact Jaz Cross on *****77. + click to reveal
YMCA is an equal opportunity employer and is committed to safeguarding children and young people.
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About the Organisation
Life Without Barriers is a leading social purpose, not for profit organisation working in more than 300 communities across Australia. We support children, young people and families, people with disability, older people and people with mental illness. We work with people who are homeless and refugees and asylum seekers.   
 
We want to employ people who reflect the diversity of our clients to ensure we can support each client's individual needs and wants. We encourage people of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander background and people with disability to apply.
 
About the Role
Facilitate recruitment of frontline positions across multiple regions in the Northern Territory.  High volume requires exceptional organisational and relationship management skills. Fantastic opportunity for someone with in-house recruitment experience or someone looking to leave the agency life and move to a rewarding sector that makes a positive impact on our customer’s lives.   
Key Responsibilities
Facilitate end to end employee recruitment (including sourcing, screening, interviewing and assessment centres, coordinating probity clearance and reference checks, offer process and providing feedback) Advise Hiring Managers on fit-for purpose recruitment practices Represent Life Without Barriers at careers events and universities as well as creating initiatives to attract candidates in this space Support and promote the work of Life Without Barriers, maintaining a positive image of the organisation 
Skills & Experience
Experience as a Recruiter with either an internal or agency background where you have experience in end to end recruitment; Strong ability to develop excellent working relationships with Hiring Managers, employees and candidates at all levels across the organisation, external organisations and contacts; Strong verbal and written communication skills; Strong work ethic and a passion for recruitment; Superior skills in relation to time management, personal organisation and project coordination.
Successful candidates will be required to clear probity checks including National Criminal History Record Check and Working with Children Check (where relevant to the role).
   
Benefits
Opportunity to work for one of Australia's largest social purpose organisations Excellent tax benefits and rostered days off Join a growing, valued team
How to Apply
Include your resume and covering letter in one document, click on the apply button and follow the screen prompts. 
For any enquiries, please contact David Meere on *****28 + click to reveal or *****@lwb.org.au  + click to reveal
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We have an opportunity for a bright, proactive and motivated Territorian to join Kinetic IT’s award-winning customer service team here in Darwin.
As a Service Centre Technician, your passion for problem solving will see you working closely with our customers to effectively manage a range of ICT incidents and requests. Whether you’re talking to people over the phone or via email, you understand that above all else, exceptional customer service is what matters most.
Here are just a few of the things our technicians get involved in:
Investigating and troubleshooting basic technical issues Ensuring incidents and requests are resolved in a timely matter Collaborating and sharing ideas with other support teams Following up with customers to ensure they're 110% satisfied.
About you
You're passionate about customer service, you know a thing or two about technology and a have a willingness to learn. When it comes to tricky issues, you like to think outside the box or work with your team to find the right solution. On top of being a troubleshooting guru, it you'll have:
An Australian Citizenship (needed for back-ground security checks)
Top-notch verbal and written communication skills Basic computer skills and the ability to learn new systems An ability to work a 24/7 roster Ability to always stay cool, even during challenging situations
About us
We like to think we’re not your average IT company. Bringing out the best in people and technology is what we do best. Our amazing crew are a bright, talented and friendly bunch who love to work hard and have fun along the way. When our crew take a break from work, you’ll find them playing a game of pool, table tennis or Xbox. We’re super active in the local community and you can often find us at supporting charity events or working with schools to help students prepare for the future. To find out more, check out our LinkedIn and YouTube pages.
Next steps
Submit your resume online by emailing *****@kineticit.com.au + click to reveal quote number OCREQ0002168.
Kinetic IT values diversity and so we strongly encourage individuals from Indigenous and other backgrounds to apply.
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About the Organisation
Life Without Barriers is a leading social purpose, not for profit organisation working in more than 300 communities across Australia. We support children, young people and families, people with disability, older people and people with mental illness. We work with people who are homeless and refugees and asylum seekers.   
 
We want to employ people who reflect the diversity of our clients to ensure we can support each client's individual needs and wants. We encourage people of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander background and people with disability to apply.
    
About the Role
An opportunity exists for an experienced Occupational Therapist to join our disability and out of home care programs based in Darwin on a full-time, 12 month fixed term basis. There is flexibility for this role to be based initially in Brisbane - transitioning to Darwin over time.
 
This is a wonderful opening for a dynamic and creative Clinician with a passion for improving the lives of people. You will be supported by our multi disciplinary Clinical Services team and will have excellent professional development opportunities.
    
Key Responsibilities Provide clinical knowledge and expertise to Life Without Barriers programs Provide assessments of clients cognitive and learning abilities, health status and behavioural profile Develop and monitor intervention plans and strategies Work collaboratively with other allied health professionals
Skills & Experience 
Tertiary qualifications in Occupational Therapy and current registration with the professional body Demonstrated experience in assessing and planning interventions Sound knowledge of the National Disability Insurance Scheme Sound knowledge of the Recovery Framework Demonstrated experience in implementing person centred interventions Experience working in a culturally sensitive manner with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people Understanding of a commitment to the principles of EEO, Safety, Cultural Diversity and Ethical Practice Current Driver License
 Desirable
Knowledge of service providers in the local community Demonstrated experience in a similar industry Knowledge base of sensory modulation
Successful candidates will be required to clear probity checks including National Criminal History Record Check and Working with Children Check (where relevant to the role).
     
Benefits Attractive remuneration package with salary sacrificing options Tool of Trade vehicle
How to Apply
Include your resume and covering letter in one document, click 'Apply' and follow the prompts. For any enquiries contact our Clinical Services Manager on *****00 + click to reveal
   
Applications close at midnight on Sunday 26th November, 2017. 
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The School of Health delivers teaching in the areas of Social Work, Humanitarian, Emergency and Disaster Management Studies, Midwifery, Child and Family Health and Nursing. Successful completion of the Bachelor of Nursing course enables students to apply to the Nursing and Midwifery Board of Australia for registration as a Registered Nurse. Undergraduate nursing units are offered in both internal and external modes. The versatility of the nursing program ensures nursing students, from beginner to more advanced levels including postgraduate coursework and research, are able to pursue lifelong learning and enjoy a range of career opportunities. The University's Research Centre for Health and Wellbeing supports higher degree by research students and undertakes research as it relates to individuals, groups, families and communities, with a focus on interdisciplinary and intercultural approaches. Areas of strength include Indigenous health and wellbeing, health services research, social impacts on community wellbeing and health care, and clinical research.
As a Lecturer in Nursing you are a member of a course team that contributes the educational and professional preparation of pre-registration and post-graduate nursing students through provision of instruction in the theory and practice of professional nursing and will be expected to contribute to at least one specialist clinical area – for example, mental health, acute care, medical-surgical, renal, community-based, rural and remote. 
To be successful, the attainment of, or working toward a Master's Degree in Nursing is essential as well as a current nursing registration with Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency.
Applications Close: 5 January 2018
For further information please contact Ms Beryl McEwan, Lecturer in Health - Nursing on e-mail *****@cdu.edu.au  + click to reveal
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The Higher Degree by Research (HDR) team, located within the Office of Research and Innovation, are the central administrative unit responsible for high quality HDR candidature management and for designing and implementing administrative roles and workflows from application through to graduation.
As the Candidate Progression Coordinator, you will focus on administration roles and workflows, and communications relating to HDR student progression, supervisor registration and development, and HDR arrangements and operations of the newly formed Colleges at CDU. Working closely with the Manager – Higher Degree by Research and other stakeholders you will help establish an administrative framework for research internships at CDU.
To be successful, you require a degree qualification or other relevant tertiary qualifications and/or extensive relevant experience in a research and research training environment as well as demonstrated written and verbal communication skills, including the ability to construct and communicate information in various formats to a range of audiences and to confidently engage and effectively interact with stakeholders to achieve common goals.
Applications Close: 4 December 2017
For further information please contact Ms Elizabeth Bird, Manager – Higher Degree by Research on *****02 + click to reveal or e-mail *****@cdu.edu.au  + click to reveal
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About the organisation
Life Without Barriers aims to partner with people (including those with disability, in out of home care, the homeless, mental illness or refugees) to change their lives for the better. We value relationships, imagination, courage, responsiveness and we are respectful and caring in all our dealings. 
At Life Without Barriers we all share the responsibility for child safety.
 
Life Without Barriers works with clients from diverse cultural and social backgrounds and life-styles.  Our clients have varied and different life experiences, physical abilities and skills.  We want to employ people who reflect the diversity of our clients to ensure we can support each client's individual needs and wants. We encourage people of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander background and people with disability to apply. 
 
About the Role
We are currently seeking a full-time NDIS Liaison and Planning Coordinator to act as the first and central point of contact for Disability clients seeking services with LWB on a 12 month contract based in Darwin or Alice Springs.
 
Key Responsibilities
Be the first and primary point of contact for any potential new people eligible for services under NDIS. Promote LWB services as a quality service provider for people eligible for services under NDIS. Continually look for ways to improve our conversion rates from contacts to clients; manage the ‘pipeline’ of potential clients and provide required reporting / updates. Facilitate the transition from initial enquiry to worker allocation. Facilitate planning, implementing and quoting on individual service plans ensuring they meet the individual service user’s personal needs and choices. Manage all processes associated with Intake (including eligibility), Assessment, Case Management, Service and Support Planning, Purchase of Services, Brokerage, Funding Agreements and Service Agreements. Maintain positive relationships and engage with stakeholders (e.g. Government and non- government agencies, local government, local business and Peak Bodies) to support service plans and initiatives for people with disabilities and their families. Ensure that service users’ individual needs are met by providing support and access to services, which enables the service user to achieve valued roles in the community and/or work opportunities. To provide direct assistance and support to clients with particular complex needs.
 
Skills & Experience 
Tertiary qualifications in the Human Services sector or equivalent work experience Excellent communication and planning skills. Previous customer service experience or demonstration of service attributes. Demonstrated strong experience in stakeholder engagement. Current Driver Licence and ability to travel to off-site meetings regularly. Ability to perform the role outside the normal span of hours to accommodate potential client meeting times. Working knowledge of Person Centred Planning and expert knowledge of the NDIS. Degree in Social Work, Social Science, Psychology or Human Services or related discipline (desirable) Demonstrated experience in a similar role (desirable) Extensive experience in a wide range of disability service types (desirable)
Successful candidates will be required to clear probity checks including National Criminal History Record Check and Working with Children Check (where relevant to the role).
 
How to Apply
Include your resume and covering letter in one document, click on the Apply button below and follow the screen prompts. For any queries please contact *****@lwb.org.au  + click to reveal
 
Applications close at midnight on Wednesday, 29th November 2017. 
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Location: Darwin, NT
Position number: CI10
Total remuneration package range: $112,500 to $135,000 pa inc.super
Contract term: 1 year
As the largest peak Indigenous organisation in Australia, the Northern Land Council provides a family-friendly and flexible team environment with attractive remuneration packages and benefits including  salary sacrifice, additional leave provisions, health and wellbeing program,  discount gym membership and discount health insurance.
This position is responsible for managing the timely development and implementation of a modernised Permit Management System at NLC, refining processes to access privately held Aboriginal land, rivers and seas, in consultation with Traditional Owners and other key stakeholders.
Applicants should possess a sound knowledge and understanding of the overall context in which the Northern Land Council operates, including the Aboriginal Land Rights (Northern Territory) Act 1976 (ALRA), and the Northern Territory Aboriginal Land Act 2013 (ALA), which provide the framework within which the activities of this position will be undertaken.
You will be required to provide high level advice and recommendations, and facilitate consultation with NLC staff and constituents to develop a comprehensive policy framework, including terms, conditions and guidelines for permit approval, management and compliance processes, recognising that zones and rules may evolve over time.
Demonstrated high level experience delivering projects in a complex organisational setting and the ability to proactively set, manage and review priorities and influence stakeholders to achieve objectives is essential.
The successful applicant will have highly developed business analysis, problem solving and decision-making skills, with experience leading change, building capacity, managing conflict and compliance, procuring and managing ICT services.
You will have excellent interpersonal skills with the ability to communicate effectively to a high standard, including consulting, liaising, negotiating with Aboriginal people, government, and external stakeholders and consultants.
A sound understanding of the cultural, political, economic and social issues affecting Aboriginal people in the Northern Territory, as well as a current driver's licence and a willingness to travel and work in remote localities on occasion, is essential.
Contact person: Sharon McAnelly *****22 + click to reveal
Applications close Sunday 3 December 2017