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Are you a highly experienced Fine Jewellery or Timepieces Professional and are looking for your next exciting step in your career? I am currently recruiting for a Sales Representative for a highly recognised Fine Jewellery Brand, who are globally renowned for their world class designs and elegant pieces.
Your new role This prestigious retailer is looking for an enthusiastic, polished and sales driven Luxury Sales Representative to become a part of their Boutique in Chadstone Shopping Centre. The successful candidate will be responsible for the sales and monitoring of all jewellery and timepieces. The ability to ensure that all opportunities are maximised through displaying exquisite customer service to premium, VIP clientele is also required. You will also be accountable for the achievement of your daily sales targets and K.P.I benchmarks. The ability to maintain and build upon long, lasting relationships with your clientele is also a key element to the role.
What you'll need to succeed To be considered for this role you must have previous strong experience in a similar environment, specifically within the luxury fine jewellery or timepieces industry. You must have the ability to demonstrate knowledge of luxury retail sales policies and processes as well as an understanding of how the luxury retail sales floor operates. The ability to build and maintain long-lasting relationships with your current and future clientele is also a key element of experience. Essentially, you must have proven success in up-market sales skills with the capability to achieve and exceed targets. Jewellery and/or diamond experience is essential with a Gemology Certificate highly preferred.
What you'll get in return This role is offering a very generous salary package, lucrative commissions together with this unique opportunity to work for a highly recognised, fine jewellery luxury retailer.
What you need to do now
If you have all of the above qualifications and have a proven background in Senior Retail Luxury Sales then apply now or call Nadia Tribuzio at Hays Retail on *****60 + click to reveal or email *****@hays.com.au. + click to reveal

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A unique opportunity to become a part of this leading, fine jewelry retailer in their prestigious CBD Boutique
A great opportunity to become a part of this global luxury timepieces retailer as a Boutique Manager
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Hays are currently recruiting for 5X welders with a structural steel background for site work based in the west of Melbourne.
The work will involve MIG welding of all structural steel. You will be required to  cut and measure steel to the details. You will have experience in welding steel on domestic and commercial sites. You will have a have a good eye for detail. You will be able to operate overhead cranes and meet required deadlines.
Hays Trades & Labour are seeking Welders for a number of jobs in and around Melbourne.
There are different projects with in the suburbs in Melbourne. It will be continuous work to start ASAP
The right candidates will be fully qualified with all the relevant tickets as well as all your tools.
An excellent pay rate, overtime penalty rates, super and a great place to work is on offer!If you're interested in this role, call Nick Bailey at Hays on *****91 + click to reveal and forward your resume to *****@Hays.com.au + click to reveal immediately.
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THE ROLE
Your experience delivering professional and customer oriented technical support to your stakeholders is what sets you apart.

This is an excellent landing point to Coles Digital within the Liquor business.

To be successful, you'll have:
• Good business system knowledge
• Good problem solving skills knowledge
• Ability to understand system specifications
• understanding of user testing methodologies
• Good written and verbal communication skills
• Understanding of technical skills
• Curiosity to learn and improve

KEY RESPONSIBILITIES
• Provide specialist skills (eg SQL), knowledge and advice on IT packaged applications and supporting software
• Maintain and support production systems in line with the agreed SLA's
• Produce technical designs for new and existing applications and develop system code that implements the design, meeting requirements and relevant standards
• Assist in the conduct of systems, user acceptance testing and systems implementation
• Undertake coding and problem management as appropriate
• Support the 2nd Level Support team in incident resolution and provide escalation point for more complex issues, including on-call efforts as directed

CULTURE
Coles is a fast-paced, constantly changing business that focuses your talents and challenges you to perform at your best. As a team, we’re bold with ideas and operate with pace and passion, always looking for better ways to transform retail and delight customers.

BENEFITS
Not only will you receive a competitive salary, you’ll also have access to these great benefits:
• Cheaper groceries and other products. You'll get 5% discount when shopping at Coles, Kmart, Officeworks and Target
• Learn new skills and develop your existing capabilities. We provide excellent ongoing training and development
• Take your experience to the next level. we always have new opportunities to help you build a great career
• 12 weeks paid parental leave for primary carers and 1 week of paid leave for secondary care givers
• No need to pay for car parking. You can park your car in our multi-level car park, which is exclusive to our team

ABOUT US
With over 100,000 team members, over 2,400 retail outlets and the huge corporate support infrastructure behind these, Coles is one of the most significant businesses in Australia. This scope and its positive approach to lateral moves means employees have an amazing environment to apply and develop talents, opportunities to achieve significant goals personally and professionally, and to build and pursue an interesting career.

The pace of our business has made it a gathering place for passionate and talented people. In this environment, team members draw the motivation, focus, determination and personal growth required to achieve more, faster.

How to Apply
If you have the drive to achieve your best every day, then our team is waiting to transform your talents. Click “DIRECT” to complete an application form and upload your current resume.

PLEASE NOTE: We prefer to deal with you directly and have not engaged an agency for this role, so if you’re interested, please apply.

At Coles, we aim to ensure our team represents the community we serve, embracing the richness of Australia's diverse population.

Applications close: 02 Oct 2017
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Northern Health (all campuses)
Temporary Full Time
NORTHERN HEALTH ALLIED HEALTH
SENIOR CLINICIAN PHYSIOTHERAPIST- GRADE 3 
HOME BASED THERAPY – THE NORTHERN HOSPITAL
TEMPORARY BACKFILL FULL TIME 1.0EFT- UNTIL OCTOBER 2018 
Northern Health is a dynamic health service, providing vital public healthcare to residents of Melbourne’s northern suburbs and the surrounding regional communities. Our campuses offer services to a vastly diverse community at all stages of life across acute, subacute, ambulatory and community service and the Allied Health team provide a diverse clinical education program. A position in one of the Allied Health disciplines offers exceptional opportunities for personal and professional development with support from an outstanding workforce.  
This opportunity will suit an experienced physiotherapist with sound clinical skills and a strong commitment to quality patient care. The successful applicant will provide leadership to the Community Physiotherapy team across Northern Health.  The clinical component of this role consists of a caseload of community based patients in a variety of streams. 
To be successful in this role your key accountabilities will be to:
Provide high, quality evidenced based clinical care Provide excellent leadership within the multidisciplinary team Effectively supervise staff and students Consistently seek to evaluate and improve the service.
Further information regarding specific Allied Health Physiotherapy Services can be found by following this link via the Northern Health website:  Services | Northern Health. If you require any further information please contact Rachel Ellis – Physiotherapy Clinical Leader – The Northern Hospital and Paediatric Services on *****12. + click to reveal
Northern Health Allied Health is committed to a culture of
Excellence | Active Contribution | Leading in Practice | Enquiry | Life Long Learning
Outstanding Healthcare. It’s better for everyone.
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Enquiries: rachel ellis
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Applications Close: 06/10/2017
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Northern Health (all campuses)
Permanent Part Time
ACCOUNTS PAYABLE OFFICER (PART TIME)
 Northern Health provides a diverse range of acute, sub-acute and community health services to the large and diverse population in the regions of north of Melbourne.
 The Financial Services Team at Northern Health is recruiting a part-time Accounts Payable Officer to support the delivery of high quality Accounts Payable services. Work for a collaborative team, where we pride ourselves on providing great customer service.
 Based at the Northern Hospital in Epping and reporting to the Manager, Financial Services the role responsibilities will include:
Ensure all supplier invoices are date stamped, coded, reviewed for delegations and processed within 3 days of receipt by Accounts Payable. Distribution of un-coded and/or unauthorised invoices to relevant Finance Delegate. Assist with vendor maintenance, reviewing invoice batches and scanning invoices. Ensure that material supplier statements are reconciled in a timely and accurate manner and reconciling items are appropriately pursued to resolution. Ensure that all telephone and e-mails queries received from suppliers and internal stakeholders (i.e. employees, doctors, cost centre managers etc.) are addressed within three working days. Perform weekly reviews using the Vendor Management software and report to management on the outcomes of exception testing and resulting changes to Vendor Masterfiles. Distribution of mail and cheques. Other duties as required.
To be successful in this role you will have:
Significant experience in high volume accounts payable position preferably with a large Finance System (Oracle experience will be highly regarded). Proficiency in the use of Windows based applications (particularly spreadsheets).  Excellent written and verbal communication skills.  Excellent time management skills.  Ability to work unsupervised and under pressure.  High quality data entry skills and good attention to detail
Accounts Payable experience within the health industry is highly desirable. 
This position is part time 2 days per week, but may require working additional hours to backfill for leave and during peak times for the department. 
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Enquiries: Travis Green
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Applications Close: 10/10/2017
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Northern Health (all campuses)
Permanent Part Time
Northern Health provides a diverse range of acute, sub-acute and community health services to the large and diverse population in the regions north of Melbourne. There are five campuses; Broadmeadows Hospital, Bundoora Extended Care Centre, The Northern Hospital at Epping, Panch Health Service at Preston, and Craigieburn Health Service.
The Northern Health Neurology Service is a dynamic, busy and rapidly growing department, dedicated to providing top quality clinical care within a friendly and supportive clinical team, and to furthering understanding of neurological conditions through clinical research. We currently comprise of 7 consultants, one Neurology registrar in core training, and a stroke registrar (a core trainee in general medicine in 2017) in addition to our resident, Stroke Nurse Practitioner and EEG technologist. We are committed to providing first class neurological care for our patients and an excellent, supportive learning environment for our trainee doctors and medical students. We are also committed to research in Neurology and have among the highest research output of any Northern Health clinical department. 
We are seeking someone to join our team at 0.2 EFT (7 hours a week/2 clinical sessions).
 
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Enquiries: Doug Crompton
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Applications Close: 10/10/2017
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Northern Health (all campuses)
Permanent Full Time
Pathology - Senior Biochemistry Scientist
An exciting opportunity exists for a full-time Grade 3 scientist for the Biochemistry Department of the Northern Pathology Victoria laboratory at The Northern Hospital, Epping.
Northern Health delivers the best healthcare through active engagement with the community. Our care is responsive, localised and consistent because we use the resources we have effectively, and we build partnerships with the broader health sector to connect with services that complement ours. 
We put back into the community, from being a major provider of jobs, to supporting the people of the north in their personal health journey. We are a model for health care organisations that aspire to work closely with their community to deliver outstanding care. 
The Northern growth corridor is rapidly expanding and to ensure the ongoing quality of care to Northern Health clients, Northern Pathology Victoria is being established as the preferred public pathology provider.
The Senior Scientist, Biochemistry, reporting to the Chief Scientist, Pathology, is responsible for the overall operation of the Biochemistry Department so that the department meets all of the needs of its clients, both internal and external, and operates as a cost effective unit within the division of Pathology.
 
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Enquiries: Shiraz Lubke
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Applications Close: 10/10/2017
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Northern Health (all campuses)
Permanent Full Time
Pathology - Senior Haematology Scientist 
An exciting opportunity exists for a full-time Grade 3 scientist for the Haematology Department of the Northern Pathology Victoria laboratory at The Northern Hospital, Epping. 
Northern Health delivers the best healthcare through active engagement with the community. Our care is responsive, localised and consistent because we use the resources we have effectively, and we build partnerships with the broader health sector to connect with services that complement ours. 
We put back into the community, from being a major provider of jobs, to supporting the people of the north in their personal health journey. We are a model for health care organisations that aspire to work closely with their community to deliver outstanding care. 
The Northern growth corridor is rapidly expanding and to ensure the ongoing quality of care to Northern Health clients, Northern Pathology Victoria is being established as the preferred public pathology provider. 
The Senior Scientist, Haematology, reporting to the Chief Scientist, Pathology, is responsible for the overall operation of the Haematology Department so that the department meets all of the needs of its clients, both internal and external, and operates as a cost effective unit within the division of Pathology.
 
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Enquiries: Shiraz Lubke
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Applications Close: 10/10/2017
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Location: South London
Salary/Rate: Based on role
Type: Temporary Date:
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Guaranteed Supply Teaching 2017/2018 - Primary Teacher South London
We are now accepting applications to our guarantee pay scheme from primary teachers across the London area. We are able to pay you for up to 5 days a week just for being available to us.
Our schools across London are actively seeking a pool of primary trained teachers to cover a range of primary teaching jobs to cover classes from Year 1 to Year 6 in Wandsworth, Lambeth, Southwark, Lewisham, & Greenwich.
Your new role Our guarantee scheme allows you to obtain regular primary teaching jobs in areas convenient to you. Many teachers on this scheme are now in long-term and permanent positions so whether is it 2 days a week or 3, 4, or 5, we at Hays Education are able to accommodate your specific needs.
Primary trained teachers wishing to apply must be flexible and must have recent experience teaching in a UK primary school along with sound knowledge of the UK curriculum. A high level of classroom management and organisational skills are also required as well willingness to immerse themselves into the day-to-day life of the school. A relevant teaching qualification and a valid visa is a must in order to apply for any for primary teaching job in the UK. NQT's are welcomed to apply.
What you'll need to succeed Guaranteed supply is subject to successful registration and good to outstanding references will be required. To apply for our guaranteed supply scheme the following criteria must be met:
Primary qualified PGCE, B.Ed or equivalent Referable teaching experience Eligible to work in the UK
Skills required:
Sound understanding of the National Curriculum is essential Comfortable teaching throughout primary level Flexible and adaptable approach to work Resourceful teaching methods Strong classroom management skills
What you'll get in return Excellent rates of pay of up to £140 per day for cover supply Guaranteed work + Bonuses Regular social events + Discounted travel deals Personal consultant who deals with your specific requirements Continual career development opportunities that will benefit you both personally and professionally. Most of our courses are free of charge Local work in your area
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.
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Northern Health (all campuses)
Permanent Full Time
Pathology - Senior Microbiology Scientist
An exciting opportunity exists for a full-time Grade 3 scientist for the Microbiology Department of the Northern Pathology Victoria laboratory at The Northern Hospital, Epping. 
Northern Health delivers the best healthcare through active engagement with the community. Our care is responsive, localised and consistent because we use the resources we have effectively, and we build partnerships with the broader health sector to connect with services that complement ours. 
We put back into the community, from being a major provider of jobs, to supporting the people of the north in their personal health journey. We are a model for health care organisations that aspire to work closely with their community to deliver outstanding care. 
The Northern growth corridor is rapidly expanding and to ensure the ongoing quality of care to Northern Health clients, Northern Pathology Victoria is being established as the preferred public pathology provider.
The Senior Scientist, Microbiology, reporting to the Chief Scientist, is responsible for the overall operation of the Microbiology Department so that the department meets all of the needs of its clients, both internal and external, and operates as a cost effective unit within the division of Pathology.
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Enquiries: Shiraz Lubke
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Applications Close: 10/10/2017
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Northern Health (all campuses)
Temporary Full Time
GRADE 2 OCCUPATIONAL THERAPIST
Community Therapy Service
Commonwealth Home Support Program (CHSP)
Full time, fixed term for 12 months
80 hours/ fortnight
Northern Health is a dynamic health service, providing vital public healthcare to residents of Melbourne’s northern suburbs and the surrounding regional communities. Our four campuses offer services to a vastly diverse community. A career in one of the Allied Health disciplines offers exceptional opportunities for personal and professional development.
An excellent opportunity exists for an enthusiastic Grade 2 Occupational Therapist with sound clinical skills and commitment to quality and patient centred care to work in a newly created role within the Community Therapy service with the CHSP population (people aged 65 or over), providing centre and home/community based interventions, using an interdisciplinary approach.
Responsibilities of the role will include:
-       Triage long stay patients off the CTS waiting list
-       Complete interdisciplinary assessments to determine clients’ needs
-       Provide appropriate interventions to meet the client’s immediate needs
-       Refer on to appropriate services to meet clients’ needs     
As this is a new role, the responsibilities may evolve over time and therefore flexibility and adaptability are requirements. The Grade 2 Occupational Therapist will work collaboratively with the CTS team to achieve the strategic outcomes of the program. 
This opportunity will suit an Occupational Therapist who has a passion for providing a time-limited intervention to the older patients who reside in their own homes. Your experience will enable you to tailor therapy programs to meet clients’ and families’ goals and you must be able to demonstrate skills in complex equipment prescription and home modifications.  We are seeking a team player and an excellent communicator who is comfortable engaging productively with staff at all levels of the organisation. 
This role is currently based at Bundoora Extended Care Centre (BECC), however, you will be required to work and travel across other sites. Regular formal supervision will be provided. Northern Health actively encourages involvement in research to strengthen the evidence base for our practice and supports continuing professional development.  Attractive salary packaging benefits are available to all staff.
To be successful in this role your key accountabilities will be to:
Provide quality, evidence based occupational therapy service to patients in the Community Therapy Service/CHSP Maintain a high standard of professional behaviour Demonstrate an ability to work autonomously and co-operatively within the Multidisciplinary team Possess strong organisational, prioritisation and interpersonal skills
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Enquiries: Susan Pike
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Applications Close: 03/10/2017
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Northern Health (all campuses)
Casual
Northern Health
OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY
Locum Bank Positions – Grade 1 and Grade 2
Weekdays
Northern Health is a dynamic health service, providing vital public healthcare to residents of Melbourne’s northern suburbs and the surrounding regional communities. Our campuses offer services to a vastly diverse community at all stages of life across acute, subacute, ambulatory and community service and the Allied Health team provide a diverse clinical education program. A position in one of the Allied Health disciplines offers exceptional opportunities for personal and professional development with support from an outstanding workforce.  
Northern Health is seeking suitably qualified Grade 1 and Grade 2 Occupational Therapists who are interested in joining the Occupational Therapy locum bank for weekday work. Locum bank staff will provide high quality, evidence based Occupational Therapy services within acute, subacute and community therapy services. The dynamic nature of a locum bank position will require the successful candidate to demonstrate highly efficient work practices, flexibility and sound communication skills. The successful applicant will ideally have had previous experience working in an acute or subacute inpatient environment. Experience working in stroke/neurology is desirable.  
The role will require staff to be flexible with their working hours to meet the changing operations demands and can include working after hours, on weekends and public holidays.  Staff will be required to travel and work across the various Northern Health campuses, programs, and partner organisations. Northern Health sites include The Northern Hospital, Bundoora Extended Care Centre, Broadmeadows Health Service, Craigieburn Health Service and Kilmore District Hospital.
To be successful in this role your key accountabilities will be to:
Provide high quality, evidence based occupational therapy services within acute, subacute and ambulatory/community therapy services Manage a complex caseload with limited support and supervision Demonstrate an ability to work autonomously and co-operatively within the Multidisciplinary team Possess strong organisational, prioritisation and interpersonal skills Demonstrate a client focus in the provision of care Practice within professional and ethical standards
Applicants need to provide a curriculum vitae and a cover letter that clearly outlines their relevant experience, key areas of interest, and days of availability.
 
Northern Health Allied Health is committed to a culture of
Excellence | Active Contribution | Leading in Practice | Enquiry | Life Long Learning
Outstanding Healthcare. It’s better for everyone
Enquiries: Susan Pike
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Applications Close: 03/10/2017
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Permanent Full Time,Permanent Part Time
Excellent Employee Benefits Flexible hours – multiple positions available Friendly, supportive environment in a great location 
St Vincent's Private Hospital Melbourne currently have permanent full time and part time positions within Maternity Services for Mandarin speaking midwives to complement our already multicultural team and client base.
 
We are looking to expand our service capability and acknowledge that having Mandarin speaking midwives will enhance the care provided to our ever increasing Mandarin speaking clients. We have many roles in our midwifery and obstetric services that require this language to optimise patient and family outcomes. Our services are competitive, cutting edge and contemporary.
We offer an extensive list of services including a dynamic childbirth education service, a lactation clinic and physiotherapy.
 
This is a fantastic opportunity to join our supportive and dynamic Maternity Services team. You will work with highly skilled and experienced midwives and obstetricians, be supported by a friendly and collaborative team and have access to excellent educational opportunities to increase your skills and develop your career. Be part of an environment where we embrace change to best practice models of care.
 
These positions require the following skills and experience:
Current AHPRA Registration An understanding of Asian culture and fluent in Mandarin and English Excellent interpersonal and communication skills Proven clinical skills Demonstrated ability to work and contribute towards a multi-disciplinary team Commitment to uphold organisational mission and values A personal commitment to ongoing education and development.
Benefits include;
A supportive and friendly team environment, salary packaging (increase your take home pay), ongoing education support, comprehensive orientation, discounted car parking and easy access to public transport.
 
St Vincent’s Private Melbourne is a facility of St Vincent’s Health Australia under the stewardship of Mary Aikenhead Ministries.  We are a not for profit Catholic private hospital which operates across four sites at Fitzroy, East Melbourne, Kew and Werribee (opening in 2018).
 
We are committed to equal employment opportunity, ethical practices, the principles of cultural diversity and promote a smoke free work environment.
 
As part of SVHA’s commitment to the federal government employment parity initiative, we strongly encourage Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people to apply. 
 
Permission to conduct a police check is required
Enquiries: Elaine Grant
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Applications Close: 17/10/2017
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About Us
Western Health manages three acute public hospitals: Footscray, Sunshine and Williamstown Hospital. It also operates the Sunbury Day Hospital, Transition Care at Hazeldean and a range of community based services. We care for a culturally diverse population of more than 800,000 people. We have more than 7,200 employees who are driven by our values of ‘Compassion, Accountability, Respect, Excellence and Safety’ (CARES).
Our continued growth will see the completion of a new purpose built, multi-storey Joan Kirner Women's and Children's Hospital.
About the Role
Applications are invited from suitably qualified Medical Officers who have passed the FRACP written and clinical examinations and would like to explore options as an Advanced Trainee in General Medicine.
Western Health offers a comprehensive training program suited to advanced trainees in General Internal Medicine including those undertaking dual training in General Internal Medicine and a subspecialty. There are rotations for Core General Medicine plus a range of rotations into subspecialties.
The General Internal Medicine Unit is across the two (2) campuses - Footscray and Sunshine. The Chief Medical Registrar is based at Footscray Hospital which admits about 3,000 patients a year and has one outpatient clinics a week. The Senior Medical registrar is based at Sunshine Hospital which admits over 3,000 patients a year and has a formal relationship with the Obstetric Medicine Service and Outpatients clinic.
Applicants are encouraged to apply for two positions Chief Medical registrar and Advanced Trainee in General Internal Medicine
Possible rotations that are currently negotiated as 2 x 6 month rotations are in the following areas:
Neurology Infectious Diseases Respiratory Medicine Intensive Care Unit Hospital in the Home St John Of God (Ballarat) Western Private
Please ensure that the Referee Assessment Form (attached) is downloaded and forwarded to your three (3) Referees for completion. The completed form is to be returned via email to *****@wh.org.au + click to reveal as close as possible to the nominated closing date.
Benefits
We offer a wide range of benefits such as:
Work-life balance Professional development and career advancement opportunities Salary packaging including novated vehicle leasing Discounted Onsite car parking Onsite fitness clubs Culturally safe and respectful environment Access to an Employee Assistance Program
Culture
At Western Health, we value our employees and provide them the opportunity to grow and develop.  Our teams are friendly and supportive, ensuring we deliver a safe, person-centred and connected patient experience. Western Health is an equal opportunity employer committed to attracting and retaining diversity in our workforce. We encourage applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people.
All appointments are made subject to a satisfactory Police Record Check, an Immunisation status clearance and (if applicable) a working with children’s check. 
Enquiries: Professor Edward Janus
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Position Ref: 29789
Applications Close: 17/10/2017
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Prominent luxury residential builder CBD fringe office location Next step for an experienced CA
 
Our client is a boutique builder specialising in the construction of architecturally designed residential projects in some of Melbourne's premium suburbs and regional areas. Over several decades they have established a strong reputation for having the experience, knowledge and understanding of top-end quality projects.
 
There is now an opportunity for an experienced contracts administrator to join their successful team and take the next step towards becoming a project manager. You will typically be office based and overseeing 2-3 projects at a time, managing a full range of CA duties whilst developing your PM skills.
 
To be successful in this role, your profile should match the following:
A solid understanding of the entire construction process Contracts administration and/or PM experience with a local builder, on either luxury residential or small commercial projects Professional presentation and ability to relate to discerning clientele Strong IT skills and commercial know-how
 
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Salary $125,138 + 9.5% Superannuation
Permanent Full Time
 
City of Melbourne is committed to supporting flexibility. Applicants seeking flexible and part-time arrangements are encouraged to apply.
Our Property Services branch delivers a diverse range of property services including valuations, rate collection, facilities management, corporate accommodation, real estate services, land management and property data provision.
Currently we are looking for someone with a property/ land access or asset management background to join us to lead and drive our property portfolio.
 
The Position… The Principal Property Advisor leads, motivates, and manages the real estate team and provides technical and strategic guidance and direction to team members, ensuring they understand and meet the full expectations of their role and responsibilities.
This role is a balance of financial management, contract management, project management and relationship management. Council must always operate within our Corporate guidelines whilst balancing a commercial and social responsibility to our tenants and our operational requirements.
This role works directly with senior management, executive and Councillors providing high quality professional and technical advice. The role maintains an awareness of the property market and maintains productive internal and external relationships.
 
You will have…
Proven ability to lead, develop and motivate a team Personal commitment to ensuring the team embraces EEO and diversity principles Demonstrated commitment to excellence in customer service and managing stakeholder relationships Relevant tertiary qualification and/or extensive knowledge and experience in dealing with commercial and industrial property including  leasing, management, and sales A working knowledge of land tenure management within the community-based context Knowledge and understanding of government priorities and procedures in relation to property Experience in managing a team of in-house and out-sourced service providers including delegation, guidance and decision making  Ability to exercise a high level of responsibility and judgement for ensuring a quality and cost effective professional service High level interpersonal, negotiation and persuasion skills including discretion and judgement in working within a complex administrative and political environment Demonstrable project and contract management skills
 
 To view the physical requirements of this position, please see below under Position Information.  
 
How to apply…
As part of the online application form you are required to:
attach your resume attach a separate cover letter
 
Please address your covering letter to Greg Stevens, Manager Property Services  
The position description for this role will not be provided at this stage of application.
 
The advertised closing date and important information before applying for this position can be found on www.melbourne.vic.gov.au/careers
 
City of Melbourne’s People and Culture Operations Team welcome your general questions on *****40 + click to reveal between the hours of 8.30am and 1pm Monday to Friday.  
City of Melbourne is an equal opportunity employer committed to providing a safe working environment that embraces and values child safety, diversity and inclusion.
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Applications Close: 08/10/2017
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Salary $125,138 + 9.5% Superannuation
Permanent Full Time
 
City of Melbourne is committed to supporting flexibility. Applicants seeking flexible and part-time arrangements are encouraged to apply.
Our Property Services branch delivers a diverse range of property services including valuations, rate collection, facilities management, corporate accommodation, real estate services, land management and property data provision.
Currently we are looking for someone with a property/ land access or asset management background to join us to lead and drive our property portfolio.
 
The Position… The Principal Property Advisor leads, motivates, and manages the real estate team and provides technical and strategic guidance and direction to team members, ensuring they understand and meet the full expectations of their role and responsibilities.
This role is a balance of financial management, contract management, project management and relationship management. Council must always operate within our Corporate guidelines whilst balancing a commercial and social responsibility to our tenants and our operational requirements.
This role works directly with senior management, executive and Councillors providing high quality professional and technical advice. The role maintains an awareness of the property market and maintains productive internal and external relationships.
 
You will have…
Proven ability to lead, develop and motivate a team Personal commitment to ensuring the team embraces EEO and diversity principles Demonstrated commitment to excellence in customer service and managing stakeholder relationships Relevant tertiary qualification and/or extensive knowledge and experience in dealing with commercial and industrial property including  leasing, management, and sales A working knowledge of land tenure management within the community-based context Knowledge and understanding of government priorities and procedures in relation to property Experience in managing a team of in-house and out-sourced service providers including delegation, guidance and decision making  Ability to exercise a high level of responsibility and judgement for ensuring a quality and cost effective professional service High level interpersonal, negotiation and persuasion skills including discretion and judgement in working within a complex administrative and political environment Demonstrable project and contract management skills
 
 To view the physical requirements of this position, please see below under Position Information.  
 
How to apply…
As part of the online application form you are required to:
attach your resume attach a separate cover letter
 
Please address your covering letter to Greg Stevens, Manager Property Services  
The position description for this role will not be provided at this stage of application.
 
The advertised closing date and important information before applying for this position can be found on www.melbourne.vic.gov.au/careers
 
City of Melbourne’s People and Culture Operations Team welcome your general questions on *****40 + click to reveal between the hours of 8.30am and 1pm Monday to Friday.  
City of Melbourne is an equal opportunity employer committed to providing a safe working environment that embraces and values child safety, diversity and inclusion.
If you have a disability and require advice and support during the recruitment process, we encourage you to apply or contact us on the details listed above.
City of Melbourne recognises the value of the diversity and strength of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander cultures to the heritage of all Australians and encourages Aboriginal and Torres Strait Island people to apply.
For information about the broader collection and use of personal information by the City of Melbourne, please refer to our Privacy Policy.
Enquiries: People and Culture Operations Team
Ph: *****40 + click to reveal
Applications Close: 08/10/2017
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The Company:
Our client is a dominant force in orthopaedics and other surgical specialties, with quality and market leading products used in a variety of clinical procedures.  Their significant success has been driven by their ability to partner with respected medical professionals to develop new products and so help millions of people around the world lead more active and satisfying lives. And they are continually expanding their product portfolio and growing. Their environment is extremely dynamic and there is a real passion and energy about what they do.
 
The Role:
Their Victorian team is keen to appoint a Clinical Specialist to their joint replacement team, to support surgeons and theatre staff during theatre cases using robotics.  
The role will be based in Melbourne and you may be asked to cover country areas also.
You will assist surgeons and nursing staff in this highly technical role, by preparing surgical plans for surgeons from CT scans, and being an integral part of the team during joint replacement procedures. This is not a sales role.
 
Training:
You will receive in-depth and ongoing training, including on-line, office based workshops, shadowing colleagues in the field, gaining experience through attending cases and  overseas training.  
 
Your Background:
You will need to be comfortable with anatomy and have a technical brain. You may have a physiotherapy, engineering or allied health background and you will be personable and able to take charge and be assertive in a diplomatic manner.  
 
The Package:
An excellent salary package is offered and includes:
Base salary $20,500 car allowance 9.5% superannuation 10% of the base as bonus.
 
To Apply:
If this is the opportunity you have been waiting for, please don't hesitate to apply via the link, or email your CV in Word format to *****@drhr.com.au, + click to reveal or call Deb Rudov in confidence on *****05. + click to reveal Ref: 2000410.
 
Debra Rudov Healthcare Recruitment is a specialist healthcare recruiter and provides career advice and interview question preparation to help you successfully obtain the opportunity you are seeking. We are experts in our field and know the key people and organisations in the medical industry. Roles we recruit for include device and pharmaceutical sales, sales management, marketing, divisional and general management and clinical/technical positions.
 
 
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An innovative and globally recognised industry leader, this organisation predominantly operates within country as a wholesaler, bringing high value, leading edge product to the domestic market. Adopting a rigorous focus on transformation and best practice, they are one of the most progressive and forward-thinking organisations within the sector.
As a key member of the senior leadership team, the GM Business Services will be a key decision maker, responsible for leading established and high performing functional areas including Finance, Tax, People & Culture, IT, Corporate Services, Corporate Governance, Compliance and Legal. Reporting to a Business Director, the appointee will create functional centres of excellence to support the achievement of business targets, profit and strategic objectives. The GM Business Services will enhance business processes and deliver a substantial continuous improvement agenda to influence major commercial and organisational outcomes.
Ideally CA/CPA qualified, with a track record of leading and inspiring transformation across key corporate functions, you successfully leverage your financial expertise to deliver commercial imperatives. Possessing substantive business acumen, you harmonise the effectiveness of support functions creating a culture of excellence. You are a resilient and emotionally intelligent leader who can be both strategic and "hands on", challenge the status quo, and influence to deliver optimal business outcomes. This is a highly valued position that will be instrumental in leading substantial and impactful corporate transformation.
To apply for this position, email your CV to *****@shk.com.au + click to reveal quoting JO-*****84. + click to reveal For more information, please contact Tony Citera or Tim Morden on *****36. + click to reveal
Direct and third-party applications will be forwarded to SHK Executive.
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Kindergarten Teacher 
 
Werribee area

The Centre
Our client is a well resourced and purpose built medium sized Early Learning Centre located in the Werribee area. The Centre is supported by an industry leading management team as well as ongoing support from Head Office.  The opportunity
This is an excellent opportunity to work with one of Australia's leading Early Childhood providers. As the Early Childhood Teacher you will be responsible for the running of the fully funded kindergarten room and the education of the  children in your care each day. You'll be rewarded with set shifts and ongoing professional development, career progression opportunities and 6 weeks annual leave. This is a permanent full time position with the ideal candidate able to start in January with interview to be held in the coming weeks.  The candidate
You will be a Bachelor qualified Early Childhood Teacher with excellent communication skills, both verbal and written with co-workers, families and children. You will be incredibly passionate and excited about providing high quality programs and service and will have a strong knowledge of the EYLF and NQS. Experience in a similar position is highly desirable.   
The ideal candidate for this position will hold;
Bachelor of Early Childhood or ACECQA assessed equivalent  Working with children card current first aid, asthma and anaphylaxis 
If this sounds like you, please apply  by sending your resume in Word format to *****@anzuk.education + click to reveal or contact Richard Duncan on *****10 + click to reveal
 
Important notice: For immediate consideration Cover Letter and CV to be in Word Format with a minimum of 2 references. One must be senior of a supervisory capacity and one other both relevant to the Early Childhood Industry.
anzuk Early Childhood is a Melbourne recruitment company that specialises in recruiting the best Educators within the Early Education sector. We supply Long Day Care Centre's and Kindergarten's across Australia and the UK and are regarded as one of the leading education agencies in Australia. 
Richard Duncan
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An exceptional opportunity has arisen for a Senior Legal Secretary / PA to support a highly respected property and commercial lawyer.  You will work across lots of interesting areas including working across greenhouse issues, sustainable energy development, business sales and acquisitions and commercial leasing.
Your duties will include:
diary management and arranging appointments word processing and dictaphone typing of legal documents and general correspondence filing and indexing of original legal documents taking telephone calls and assisting where appropriate with enquiries assisting with preparation of documents for court hearings liaising with clients  general administrative tasks
To be considered for this role, you will have previous experience working in a similar role.  You will also have the confidence to display a mature and outgoing attitude, have strong verbal and written communication skills together with a strong work ethic. 
On top of this amazing role you will also benefit from state of the art facilities, flexibly, ongoing training & development and a strong and social team environment! 
To apply for this role, please send your resume through the APPLY button. Alternatively, you can call Lyndsey Warren on *****91. + click to reveal
All communication will be strictly confidential.