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The Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (AHPRA) works in partnership with 14 National Boards to implement the national regulatory scheme for health professionals. The purpose of health practitioner regulation is to protect the public by ensuring that only health practitioners who have the skills, qualifications and knowledge to provide safe care are registered.
The Notifications Officer is responsible for the management of notifications in the state and territory based offices that result in assessment and investigation or other action under the National Law.
This is your opportunity to make a difference for the community as you work to ensure the practice and conduct of health professionals is of a high standard. In this role you will be responsible for:
• Identifying regulatory issues in a complaint about a registered health practitioner to ascertain possible performance, conduct or health concerns regarding the practitioner that present a risk to the public.
• Conducting a comprehensive assessment and or investigation to gather relevant information to inform identified issues and provide quality regulatory advice (recommendations) to the Boards in the interest of the health and safety of the public.
• Documenting and critically analysing information and drawing conclusions against established guidelines, codes and legislation to determine whether a practitioner’s performance or conduct is satisfactory.
• Drafting reports demonstrating a concise analysis of voluminous or complex information.
• The provision of quality regulatory advice consistent with the objectives and guiding principles of the Health Practitioner Regulation National Law as in effect in each State and Territory to assist National Boards in the regulation of registered health practitioners.
• Maintaining professional communication with a range of internal and external stakeholders, and ensuring a high standard of customer service.
As the ideal candidate, you will demonstrate the following:
• Relevant tertiary qualification (i.e. Lawyer or Health Practitioner within Nursing, Medical or similar field)- is highly desirable
• Knowledge and experience in the conduct of investigations or case management;
• Strong written skills including experience in writing reports and recommendations;
• Ability to apply legislation, policies and procedures in a regulatory environment;
• Well developed interpersonal and oral communication skills with the ability to build productive working relationships
• Excellent organisational skills including the ability to prioritise, multi-task, meet deadlines while having strong attention to detail
Base salary of $94,740 per annum
To apply:
• Click "Apply now" to submit your application and view the Position Description
• Please submit your application from a confidential email address where you are prepared to receive all emails regarding the position
• Your application must include a resume and maximum 2 page response to the “Qualifications/Experience” selection criteria which are stated in the Position Description under the heading "Key Requirements"
• For further information or enquiries please contact Lisa McIntosh on *****16 + click to reveal
• Applications must be submitted by 4 pm, 10 October 2017
• As part of your application, all applicants external to AHPRA must provide evidence of Australian Working rights
EAO00119 - Notifications Officer---TAS---September 2017.pdf
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Currently we have a vacancy in our Hobart  Depot for a Heavy Rigid Driver.  If you enjoy great working conditions with above award pay, this could be what you are looking for.
This permanent full time position involves the individual undertaking varied heavy rigid driving activities as well as yard operation tasks when required.   Knowledge of load restraint practices, fatigue management and undertaking truck driving operations in the Hobart area  would be well regarded.  A Heavy Rigid driver's license is essential and a current Forklift license would be advantageous.
The successful person must have the following personal characteristics:
Positive Attitude Punctuality, Responsibility and Reliability High Levels of Honesty and Truthfulness Great work ethic with excellent attention to detail
In addition you must also be strong, healthy and willing to learn.
Please forward applications by no later than Friday 6th October 2017 to:
Sarah Thorn
Human Resources Officer
De Bruyn's Transport
PO Box 831
BURNIE    TAS   7320
Or email *****@dbtrans.com.au + click to reveal
De Bruyn's Transport is a smoke free workplace and an equal opportunity employer.
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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
As Program Manager, you will build relationships with new stakeholders, identify service gaps, and have the opportunity to drive business growth. We are seeking a motivated and enthusiastic manager who is keen to develop their career and contribute to the ongoing success of our Child, Youth and Family Services programs.  Experience in Out of Home Care is essential. 
 
This position will be offered on an initial twelve month contract on a full time basis with the potential to be extended. Generous benefits include tool of trade vehicle, and an exciting professional experience to develop your leadership skills.
   
Key Responsibilities
Manage a single program or multiple programs compliant with legislation, standards, contractual requirements and internal policy. Ensure delivery of program services in accordance with program budget, local business plans and in line with client needs and plans. Develop and maintain local operational and administrative systems and procedures to support the effective management of the program. Ensure a consistent standard of quality is delivered for program in accordance with regulations prescribed in relevant legislation and funding agency standards. Develop, lead, motivate and manage a team. Manage risks and issues arising in the course of service management.
Skills & Experience
Demonstrated experience in a program similar to that is delivered by LWB: National Immigration Support Service or Disability or Mental Health or Out of Home Care or Residential Care. Degree qualification in Human Services or related discipline. A demonstrated commitment to the care and protection of clients. Demonstrated experience in team leadership and management. Demonstrated interpersonal/communication skills, including verbal, written and negotiation. Demonstrated ability to manage services and programs within a budget.
Successful candidates will be required to clear probity checks including National Criminal History Record Check and hold Tasmanian Working With Vulnerable People Registration.
     
Benefits
Make a difference to young Tasmanians Twelve month term, with potential to extend.
How to Apply
Include your resume and covering letter in one document, click 'Apply' and follow the prompts. For any enquiries contact *****@lwb.org.au.  + click to reveal
 
Applications close at midnight on Sunday 8th October 2017.
    
  
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COMSTAR SYSTEMS PTY LTD is a full-service Telecommunications company, seeking qualified Telecommunications Riggers and Technical Officers to work in both metro & regional locations.
Essential Requirements - Riggers and Technical Officers:
Current driving Licence White Card RF, EME Awareness
Riggers:
Communication rigging experience is essential Basic/ Intermediate or Advanced rigging ticket High-Risk Licence Working at Heights Tower Rescue
Key responsibilities include the installation and maintenance of client's radio links, waveguide feeder cables, masts and towers
Technical Officers:
Extensive knowledge of mobile communications, broadband, broadcasting and in other applications of general communications Ability to work in diverse and technically challenging fields Tower Rescue
Applicants are required to meet the highest standards of work and safety practices and provide end support to sales, technical staff and clients.  Only candidates with full working rights in Australia need apply.
Please email your CV as well as a covering letter outlining your suitability for this position to *****@comstarsystems.com.au + click to reveal
Applications close:  Friday October 6th, 2017
 
For further information, please contact HR/Compliance Officer, Cheryl Heneghan on *****50. + click to reveal
 
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Contemporary  Child Protection Program Outstanding Leadership  Opportunities Drive Sustainable Change - Relocate to Victoria today
The Department of Health and Human Services, North Division incorporates several of Melbourne Growth Corridors, comprising of 17 Local Government Areas with a population of 1.2 million.
The Child Protection Program operating within the North Division is an innovative initiative aimed at enhancing the lives of children at risk.  
Outstanding opportunities currently exist for highly motivated individuals join the Leadership team in the capacity of Team manager or Senior Practitioner (CPP5 level).
Team Manager/Senior Practitioners require expertise in operations and practice and play a critical role in the supervision and support of child protection practitioners. 
Pivotal to your success in this challenging yet fulfilling role, ideal candidates will possess demonstrable skills in the following key areas;
Highly developed People Management skills with the ability to forge relationships at all levels of the organization  Superior Stakeholder Management experience, underpinned by a strong business acumen. Leadership capability coupled with experience assuming  a mentoring capacity 
In return successful candidates will receive Supervision by Leaders in the field, exposure to innovative Social Work Practices as well as ongoing Professional Development.
Make the decision to pursue a fulfilling professional career and help our families. 
Rewrite tomorrow, one child at a time. 
It is a great time to join the Preston team.
For further information on the position description and the selection criteria visit; www.careers.vic.gov.au  
Please contact Pina Molea, Child Protection Operations Manager on *****90 for + click to reveal further information.  
Job Reference number: DHHS/ND/378597 
Applications close: Tuesday, 3 October 2017 
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Derwent Mercantile is a field services provider to banks, finance companies, law firms and insurers. We have a permanent full-time position for someone to join our team in Hobart.
 
The position involves personal visits to addresses to serve legal documents; negotiate payment of debts; repossession of assets and floor-plan inventory auditing of motor vehicle dealerships.
 
Ideally you will enjoy talking with and assisting people to maintain their relationship with our clients and honour their obligations. After performing field visits you will be required to provide reports to clients from our Hobart office. An immediate start is required with full field training provided.
 
The successful candidate will require the following characteristics and skills:
Minimum Certificate III level in Business or similar Previous experience in collections, banking or legal environment required Strong IT skills (MS Office and Apple mobile products) Flexible working hours including outside business hours Enjoy customer service and be confident Strong and clear written and verbal communication and negotiation skills Self-starter; ability to manage own workload Attention to detail/strong accuracy with compliance Hold a current driver's licence Honesty and integrity Meet the requirements to obtain a Commercial Sub-Agent Licence
 
This position comes with an attractive salary package including vehicle, phone and tablet. Please submit an application letter briefly demonstrating the above characteristics and skills together with your resume, using the link provided. Both male and female candidates are encouraged to apply. Whilst field training is required, it will build upon your previous experience in the industry as outlined above.
 
The manager can be contacted on *****91 + click to reveal for a confidential discussion. Applications close 5 October 2017.
 
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The Location
Located on a pristine coast line this city has a population of 200,000 residents and well developed infrastructure with a vibrant shopping district that spills onto the beach for seafood and coffee. The local countryside is renowned for its produce. You can buy award winning cheese at the factory outlet and taste whisky at the cellar door. There are restaurants to linger in and well stocked delis to tempt you with gourmet treats.
The Facility
The Hospital is the tertiary referral centre for the State and provides tertiary care in most major areas of Obstetrics and Gynaecology. There is a level 3 Neonatal Intensive Care Unit which is also the tertiary referral unit for the state of Tasmania. The Hospital is the primary teaching hospital for the University Of Tasmania School Of Medicine. 
Requirements
To apply for this position it is essential you either hold the FRANZCOG, have been assessed by RANZCOG as being comparable or have completed your specialist training in the UK, Ireland, Canada or the US.
For more information please apply now or call us *****32. + click to reveal
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"Make Your Mark in Mental Health"
The Hobart Clinic is Tasmania's leading not for profit private mental health provider, entering the next exciting stage in its development.  This is your opportunity to lead the clinical team to build capability that will drive growth. 
In response to our increasing demand, we seek to recruit a dynamic and enthusiastic Nurse Unit Manager.  The ideal person we are looking for will have:
Exceptional customer service skills Strong organisational & time management skills Experience as a clinical leader The ability to work independently and within a multidisciplinary team Current registration as a Registered Nurse with AHPRA. Post graduate qualifications in Mental Health will be highly regarded. The ability to represent and promote The Hobart Clinic Association
As a not-for-profit organisation, we will offer a salary commensurate with the position and generous salary packaging for the right individual.
Please visit our website for a comprehensive position description at www.thehobartclinic.com.au
Applications, including a statement addressing the position criteria, should be sent to the General Manager Clinical Services, Ann Marie Mallett at *****@thehobartclinic.com.au + click to reveal by 5pm, Friday 13th October 2017.
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We are now accepting applications to our guarantee work 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.
Your new company 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 Tower Hamlets, Newham, Barking & Dagenham and Havering.
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.
What you'll need to succeed 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.
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 Eligible to apply for a visa to work in the UK
What you'll get in return Excellent rates of pay of up to £140 per day for cover supply 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 Flight Reimbursement Bonuses Guaranteed Work scheme Regular social events + 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 call us now.
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Early Childhood Teacher job in high quality childcare centre in Sydney's Inner West.
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Customer and community engagement job in water utilities sector. Permanent role based in Frankston, Victoria.
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Join a very community focused aged care facility with a great local reputation Friendly and supportive team with great staff retention Flexible schedules and the ability to move between two centres if desired
About the Facility
This long standing aged care facility has been in the Hobart community since 1970 Onsite beautiful gardens with excellent views 50 bed facility - great opportunity to get to know each and every patient Ability to also work at another nearby facility if desired of similar size Fully accredited Aged care facility in a growth suburb in Hobart - only 20 minute drive from the CBD
About the Culture
Great existing team culture and excellent management processes The local community highly regards this aged care centre as a premier home for family
About You
Current Registration with APHRA - no restrictions Inclusive attitude and enjoys providing quality care to patients - this is a must Previous experience working in an aged care setting Comfortable working day and afternoon shifts - part time and full time will be considered Must have the right to work in Australia Flexibility to work at another similar sized nearby centre if desired and or requested
Even Better if you
Can start in the next 2-4 weeks
What’s on Offer
Salary ranging from $60,000-$80,000K + depending on experience Ongoing training and learning opportunities Career growth for RN’s interested
Contact us today for a confidential discussion. Call Allison on *****83 + click to reveal or *****57 + click to reveal or email *****@searsonbuck.com.au + click to reveal
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Join the largest hospital and teaching centre in the Hobart medical community
Scrub and Scout throughout your shift - excellent variety of case work
Permanent roles available - relocation packages available for nurses moving interstate
This busy high acuity teaching hospital is currently undergoing a major transformation including structural changes to accommodate the local growing population due for completion in 2018. This facility has a close partnership with the University and has a culture of sharing knowledge on the floor. A talented Theatre RN with exceptional team skills and an interest in living in beautiful Hobart!
About the Area
Hobart is currently the fastest growing city in Australia and is one of the most affordable cities to live in. Its rising popularity is particularly attractive for RN’s interested in minimal traffic and commutes, work life balance, its close connection and proximity to the outdoors, and its growing café culture and “foodie” scene. Hobart hosts several large festivals each year including Dark MOFO, MONA FOMA, Sydney to Hobart yacht race, The Taste of Tasmania, and the Taste of the Huon. Local rents in Hobart great area start at $200/week for 1-2 bedroom flats
About the Facility
550 bed facility providing services across Cardiac, Neuro, Burn, NICU,PICU, and high risk OB Modern centre that’s set to have renovations completed in 2018
What’s on Offer
RN pay in accordance to level of experience - contact us for details Relocation assistance will be provided for nurses moving from interstate Full time hours - 36 hours a week - permanent work
About You
RN used to working in a team environment and ability to be adaptive Flexible with shift options - as this is a fully rotational floor for all staff RN looking for a challenge to work in a fast paced theatre and gain experience in speciality surgeries - scrub and circulate 1+ year RN experience - prior experience in a Theatre setting - recovery experience is a plus Comfortable operating on a floor managed by a Nurse Unit Manager
Even Better if you
Have 3+ years’ experience as an RN in a Theatre setting Have ever worked as a clinical preceptor or in a teaching capacity Experience as a nurse in charge of the floor - opportunities for advancement
Contact us today for a confidential discussion. Call Allison on *****83 + click to reveal or *****57 + click to reveal or email *****@searsonbuck.com.au + click to reveal
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This busy high acuity teaching hospital is currently undergoing a major transformation including structural changes to accommodate the local growing population due for completion in 2018. This facility has a close partnership with the University and has a culture of sharing knowledge on the floor.
About the Area
Hobart is currently the fastest growing city in Australia and is one of the most affordable cities to live in. Its rising popularity is particularly attractive for RN’s interested in minimal traffic and commutes, work life balance, its close connection and proximity to the outdoors, and its growing café culture and “foodie” scene. Hobart hosts several large festivals each year including Dark MOFO, MONA FOMA, Sydney to Hobart yacht race, The Taste of Tasmania, and the Taste of the Huon. Local rents in Hobart greater area start at $200/week for 1-2 bedroom flats. Housing prices are the most competitive amongst all of Australia’s capital cities.
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About the Facility and Unit

550 bed facility providing services across Cardiac, Neuro, burn, Paediatrics, Neonatal, and high risk OB, ED and Psych and Medical Surgical, and Dialysis Modern centre that’s set to have renovations completed in 2018 This Renal Dialysis unit provides services teaching patients with End stage Kidney Disease how to utilise Dialysis support at home. Purpose built home dialysis training facility with a staff of around 10 RN’s and a Chronic Kidney Disease coordinator. The home therapy division is looking for a capable educator and trainer with experience teaching and supervising other RN’s and working alongside the nurse unit manager.
About You

RN used to working in a team environment and ability to be adaptive Comfortable with all aspects of home Dialysis including Peritoneal and home Haemodialysis and patient education At least 4 years’ experience as a Dialysis nurse Interest or experience working as a Clinical Nurse Consultant or a NUM of a Dialysis unit RN looking for a challenge and able to jump in Ideally has a post grad qualification in renal nursing or similar Comfortable operating on a floor managed by a Nurse Unit Manager Motivated by helping patient outcomes and improving the capacity of improving Dialysis services at home
What’s on Offer

RN pay in accordance to level of experience (between $89,000-$96000) with on call incentives Relocation assistance will be provided for nurses moving from interstate (3,000+) Employees have access to ongoing education training days, generous annual leave, sick leave, and long service leave Full time hours - 38 hours a week - permanent work workings hours are typically day shifts M-F and on call as needed A full orientation program is provided for all new staff to get you familiar with systems and processes
Sponsorship may be considered for this role.
Contact us today for a confidential discussion. Call Allison on *****83 + click to reveal or *****57 + click to reveal or email *****@searsonbuck.com.au + click to reveal
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Join the largest private hospital in Tasmania just 10 minutes from the CBD Scrub and Scout throughout your shift - excellent variety of case work Permanent roles available - on going training and learning support for interested RN’s
This busy hospital is undergoing a major transformation of its Theatre including a brand new Cardiac Unit set to open in the next several weeks. RNs planning a move from interstate over the next 2-4 months will be highly regarded. The hospital campus sits just on the edge of one of Hobart’s most trendy café strips which leads into the city. New modern restaurants, pubs, and café’s opening regularly along this road.
About the Area
Hobart is currently the fastest growing city in Australia and is one of the most affordable cities to live in. Its rising popularity is particularly attractive for RN’s interested in minimal traffic and commutes, work life balance, its close connection and proximity to the outdoors, and its growing café culture and “foodie” scene. Hobart hosts several large festivals each year including Dark MOFO, MONA FOMA, Sydney to Hobart yacht race, The Taste of Tasmania, and the Taste of the Huon. Local rents in Hobart great area start at $200/week for 1-2 bedroom flats
About the Facility
400 bed facility providing services across Neuro, Ortho, Urology, Gynea, Endoscopy, Maternity, Medical, Surgical, Critical Care, ED, and now the addition of Cardiac A private not for profit hospital with good reputation of providing Women’s health services
What’s on Offer
RN pay in accordance to level of experience - contact us for details Relocation may be considered based on experience Full time and part time hours are on offer - shifts can be discussed Ongoing training can be provided with the local University, including ongoing Graduate Diploma’s specialising in highly skilled areas.
About You
RN used to working in a team environment and ability to be adaptive Day, Afternoon, and Night shifts are available RN’s looking for a challenge to work in a fast paced theatre and gain additional experience in speciality surgeries - scrub and circulate Comfortable operating on a floor managed by a Nurse Unit Manager Have 1+ years’ experience as an RN in a Theatre setting - working on Neuro, Cardiac, and Ortho (scrub and scout) cases - other general surgery areas may be considered if in conjunction with some of the above skills.
Even Better if you
Have 2+ years’ experience as an RN in a Theatre setting - working on Neuro, Cardiac, and Ortho cases Have Recovery and anaesthetics experience Have ever worked as a clinical preceptor or in a teaching capacity Experience as a nurse in charge of the floor
Contact us today for a confidential discussion. Call Allison on *****83 + click to reveal or *****57 + click to reveal or email *****@searsonbuck.com.au + click to reveal
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Leading provider of regular donors for Australia's most sophisticated charities and NGO's Would suit candidates from fundraising, agency or commercial sales Best practise employer that prides itself on exceeding expectations
 
The Organisation
WAYS Fundraising offers a full service management of fundraising campaigns with leading charities and NGO's  with a singular focus on regular giving acquisition and management.
WAYS has trained and experienced professional field teams delivering volume and capacity with a real focus on quality long term donors via nation-wide 'on the street' and shopping centre face to face campaigns, with over 250,000 new donors recruited on behalf of clients so far.
WAYS has lead the way on thousands of face to face fundraising campaigns worldwide by being the first to adopt digital data capture technology providing real time statistics, geo-demographics and analytics allowing better planning of fundraising campaigning and improved productivity.
WAYS sister company WAYS Phone manages the full range of tele-fundraising programs including acquisition, lapsed reactivation, supporter conversion and upgrade calling, plus fundraising auditing and planning services.
 
The Role
Manage and motivate teams of face to face fundraisers to acquire committed donors nationally. This is a hands on role which will involve directly fundraising as well as supporting, developing and growing teams. Specifically you will be responsible for:
The overall performance, growth and retention of teams Coaching and developing team leaders and teams Coordinating daily team travel and longer travel trips Achieving targets and setting quality standards
 
Benefits
To reflect the importance and commercial nature of the role there will be a small incentive budget allocated as well as a bonus scheme on team performance. There will also be additional training and a chance to devise and deliver fundraising and team leader training as well as the ability to suggest and take your teams away on travel trips.

Skills Required
Ideally you are currently leading a team of successful face to face or street fundraisers.  Otherwise you are in a leadership role in a direct sales environment. Either way you have an excellent track record in;
Achieving individual and team targets in a fundraising or direct sales environment Tracking program/team performance, reporting activity, targets and results Mentoring staff with the maturity and energy to inspire and motivate others Preparing written correspondence, reports, schedules and organising data
This position will require you to travel within Australia and you will need to be available to work nights and weekends as required.
 
If you have the desire to be part of a well respected provider of fundraising services in a highly competitive industry then please click apply, submitting your resume and covering letter addressing the skills required above in MS Word format, quoting reference #33815.To discuss your interest please phone Ruth Connelly in Sydney on *****70. + click to reveal
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EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATORS
2018 DIPLOMA & CERTIFICATE III POSITIONS
Due to increasing enrolments and further expansion, employment opportunities now exist at New Horizons Preschools for dedicated, passionate and creative educators at both our campuses.
New Horizons Preschool is a school community for creative and independent thinkers, and an exciting place where children explore the rich possibilities of childhood. We cater for 3 – 5 year old children and their families. New Horizons Preschools provide thoughtfully designed and unique environments which aim to support, stimulate and provoke children's sense of wonder, thinking and learning. We are passionate about working alongside children, providing opportunities to express our understanding through the Hundred Languages, engaging in large and small group inquiries and making children's learning visible through the documentation process. We value strongly relationships between children, families and staff, and we advocate for children's participatory rights in both our school and the wider community.
New Horizons Preschool attracts educators who are passionate about seeing all children as competent, capable, creative, responsible, resourceful and resilient. Our staff work hard to create irresistible learning environments for young children, and currently opportunities exist to work with our teaching team.
Are you keen to explore new ideas with children, as co‐researchers and co‐learners? Committed to interactive, collaborative & authentic learning? Adept at creating inviting, inspiring & challenging learning environments? Value social, emotional and creative learning as highlyas academic and physical pursuits? Willing to question your own, and children's thinking? Dedicated, passionate, energetic and creative?
Inspiring reference points for New Horizons Preschool staff include the Reggio Emilia approach, play-based curriculum, emergent curriculum, EYLF, holistic and nature education.
A Diploma or Advanced Diploma in Childcare, or an Early Childhood Teaching degree, Certificate III in Early Childhood Education & Care, Current Working with Children Registration and Current First Aid Qualification are essential, as is the ability to meet, but also critically question, relevant Accreditation and Licensing requirements.
Applicants are expected to articulate their personal educational philosophy, as well as reasons for choosing New Horizons Preschool, as part of their application.
Applications close: 5pm on Monday 16th October 2017
Norma Panagakos
Principal, New Horizons Preschool
*****@newhorizonspreschool.com.au + click to reveal
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Leading provider of regular donors for Australia's most sophisticated charities and NGO's Would suit candidates from fundraising, agency or commercial sales Best practise employer that prides itself on exceeding expectations
 
The Organisation
WAYS Fundraising offers a full service management of fundraising campaigns with leading charities and NGO's  with a singular focus on regular giving acquisition and management.
WAYS has trained and experienced professional field teams delivering volume and capacity with a real focus on quality long term donors via nation-wide 'on the street' and shopping centre face to face campaigns, with over 250,000 new donors recruited on behalf of clients so far.
WAYS has lead the way on thousands of face to face fundraising campaigns worldwide by being the first to adopt digital data capture technology providing real time statistics, geo-demographics and analytics allowing better planning of fundraising campaigning and improved productivity.
WAYS sister company WAYS Phone manages the full range of tele-fundraising programs including acquisition, lapsed reactivation, supporter conversion and upgrade calling, plus fundraising auditing and planning services.
 
The Role
Manage and motivate teams of face to face fundraisers to acquire committed donors nationally. This is a hands on role which will involve directly fundraising as well as supporting, developing and growing teams. Specifically you will be responsible for:
The overall performance, growth and retention of teams Coaching and developing team leaders and teams Coordinating daily team travel and longer travel trips Achieving targets and setting quality standards
 
Benefits
To reflect the importance and commercial nature of the role there will be a small incentive budget allocated as well as a bonus scheme on team performance. There will also be additional training and a chance to devise and deliver fundraising and team leader training as well as the ability to suggest and take your teams away on travel trips.

Skills Required
Ideally you are currently leading a team of successful face to face or street fundraisers.  Otherwise you are in a leadership role in a direct sales environment. Either way you have an excellent track record in;
Achieving individual and team targets in a fundraising or direct sales environment Tracking program/team performance, reporting activity, targets and results Mentoring staff with the maturity and energy to inspire and motivate others Preparing written correspondence, reports, schedules and organising data
This position will require you to travel within Australia and you will need to be available to work nights and weekends as required.
 
If you have the desire to be part of a well respected provider of fundraising services in a highly competitive industry then please click apply, submitting your resume and covering letter addressing the skills required above in MS Word format, quoting reference #33815.To discuss your interest please phone Ruth Connelly in Sydney on *****70. + click to reveal
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Intermodal Staffing specialises in providing professional staff to the Transport and Logistics sectors. We are seeking Tasmanian based drivers who may like to travel to Melbourne (or Brisbane & Sydney) and work casually ongoing or for a few months.
We have opportunities available for experienced Multi Combination (MC) Truck drivers, for ongoing linehaul work, based in the Western Suburbs of Melbourne.
Tasmanian based drivers can work casually and go home as required.
 
Working with a reputable National transport company, you will be part of a professional & dedicated team, who take pride in a modern fleet of trucks and focus on safety.
 
Applicants should:
Hold a valid Multi Combination (MC) licence. Have a passion for truck driving with a minimum 2 years experience Be able to provide a demerit point report, which illustrates a safe driving record Be well presented and have a safety conscious attitude BFM certificate and Current Truck safe Medical (preferred but not essential)
 Successful Truck Drivers will be rewarded with:
Flexibility in working hours Highly desirable pay rate of 0.51c-0.53c /km Modern fleet of trucks - Volvo/Mercedes A company with a high safety focus Great working conditions Accommodation provided with individual sleeping quarters
Apply now to join our Truck Driving team
If you are looking for ongoing interstate truck driving position and fit the above criteria, please apply now, or call us for a confidential discussion on *****10. + click to reveal
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  Physics, Computing "Come join us on a journey of International Excellence"
St Philip's College is a co-educational day/boarding school of the Uniting Church providing secondary education for approximately 720 students in Years 7-12 and boarding for up to 65 students.
A vibrant community characterised by the diversity of students' backgrounds and aspirations, St Philip's is renowned for its variety of programs and opportunities.
Commencing 2018  we have a  full time permanent position available for an experienced Physics & Computer Teacher able to teach yrs 7-12.
•           Salary consistent with experience and qualifications
•           Remote area salary sacrifice available
•           Relocation assistance provided
How to Apply
To apply for this position, candidates should address their application to the Principal, Mr Roger Herbert, including cover letter, resume, and minimum of three referees. 
www.stphilips.nt.edu.au
To lodge your application or for more information please email:
*****@stphilips.nt.edu.au + click to reveal
  For more information Ph: *****09 + click to reveal Email: *****@stphilips.nt.edu.au + click to reveal
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COMPANY
A leading national provider with a focus on making a difference, this client has established itself with a strong market share and a diverse range of business units.
They are looking to expand their team and appoint a Rehabilitation Consultant to provide quality services to their clients.
ROLE
As Occupational Therapist - Rehabilitation Consultant you will be responsible for:
Facilitating quality case management services within the workplace rehabilitation industry Providing ongoing assessment, program development and client support services Ensuring individual client program goals and organisational goals are achieved Working closely with other members of the team to provide excellent customer service
In order to be successful in this role you require:
Minimum 4 year degree in Occupational Therapy, Psychology, Physiotherapy, Rehabilitation Counselling or Exercise Physiology Intermediate knowledge of Microsoft Office, Microsoft Word and Microsoft Excel
Ability to think innovatively and creatively to solve problems
Ability to provide a high level of customer service Ability to work effectively as part of a team Previous experience highly regarded
NEW GRADUATES WELCOME TO APPLY!!
On offer is an attractive salary package and the opportunity to be part of an organisation making a difference.
Please APPLY NOW by clicking below or email cv to *****@denovo.com.au + click to reveal for a confidential discussion.
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The Faculty of Health provides high quality research and education, the latter specifically attuned to health workforce needs and reform. The Faculty of Health and Menzies Institute for Medical Research are currently engaged with the formation of the College of Health and Medicine. Researchers across the College engage with Tasmania as a 'living laboratory' to develop innovative approaches to quality health care.
The appointee will make a significant contribution to the teaching of Anatomy/Histology in the Division of Medicine, into the MBBS and Bachelor of Medical Research Degrees and a variety of courses in the Faculty of Health. The appointee will have a broad knowledge of human anatomy with a histology focus.
In the role you will:
Make a strong or effective and sustained contribution to the University in achieving its strategic objectives and fulfilling its operational responsibilities. Undertake scholarly undergraduate and/or postgraduate coursework teaching of an exemplary or high quality. Undertake high-quality research of national and increasingly international standing in the area of Anatomy/Histology and/or the Scholarship of Teaching, securing external competitive and other funding. Increasingly provide academic leadership. Contribute to the development and maintenance of productive and effective collaborations inside the University.
You will be employed on a full-time, continuing basis.
To be considered, you will have:
A PhD or equivalent in a relevant area of anatomy and/or histology with relevant post-doctoral research and / or teaching experience.
A good or strong record of continuing commitment to research that has achieved national recognition.
Demonstrated capacity or experience or in teaching a broad range of topics within anatomy and histology in a Higher Education setting.
A demonstrated capacity or strong record of achievement in supervision in a research environment.
A record of contributing to building and maintaining effective and productive links locally and nationally.
Appointment to this role will be at Academic Level B/C and will have a total remuneration package of up to $150,401 comprising base salary within the range of $92,326 to $128,548 plus 17% superannuation.
For further information about this position please contact Professor Ben Canny, Head, School of Medicine, *****@utas.edu.au + click to reveal / *****84. + click to reveal
**Please note, your application must as a minimum include your resume, a cover letter and your responses to the position/selection criteria. The position description for this role is available on the University of Tasmania website.
Applications close Monday, 30 October 2017.
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About EPIC Assist (EPIC)
EPIC is an established community-based organisation that specialises in assisting people with a disability to actively participate in their community through sustainable, long term employment.  At EPIC, we have a values-based culture based on delivering results that matter for our participants.  We have a strong history of promoting from within and encouraging our employees to be the best they can be.
 
About the Role
We are searching for passionate Disability Support Workers, at our Hobart office. A person centred approach is a must in this role as you work alongside participants who have secured employment but need on-the-job support to build role specific skills.  The participants that you would be assisting have various types of disabilities.  You would be required to write reports and submit these weekly on the support that was provided in the workplace and may also be required to assist with transporting the clients to and from work.
 
Skills and Experience
* Valid Driver License and own vehicle
* Availability to work seven days a week on a casual basis. Shift times will vary dependent on participant's employment.
* Working with Vulnerable People card or eligibility to apply
* Mobile Phone
* Excellent written and verbal communication skills
* Flexible, friendly, patient, reliable, physically fit, and enthusiastic.
Desirable:
* Qualifications in Disability Work or similar
* Experience with supporting people with disability
* Training experience
 
Culture & Benefits
EPIC is a caring and fun place to work with supportive, passionate and friendly colleagues and leaders who value your contribution, and share your commitment to achieving positive results for our participants.   Your work will be both challenging and rewarding and you will be encouraged to take advantage of professional development opportunities.  You will also have access to salary sacrificing to increase your take home pay.  For more information about EPIC and our employment conditions, please visit epicassist.org.   
Applications are invited from suitably qualified, experienced and enthusiastic professionals who are passionate about making a difference in people's lives.  
Applications close 9 October 2017

 We respect diversity in our people, in their ideas, work styles and perspectives to ensure we are representative of the community we serve. We actively encourage People with Disability, Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander people, Mature Aged Workers and people from Cultural and Linguistically Diverse backgrounds to apply. If you have any specific requirements we need to consider, please contact our Human Resources Department on *****85 + click to reveal prior to any interviews.
 
All Applicants must be willing to undergo a National Police Check as well as expected to obtain a Working with Children Check and may be requested to undertake a medical check-up.