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About GHD
As one of the world?s leading professional services firms, GHD has much to offer as an employee owned private company. Experience being part of a connected global network operating across five continents with more than 8500 committed people who share a vision for a sustainable future. GHD has a reputation for providing innovative solutions, with a broad client base, interesting work and a supportive culture to inspire you.
 
GHD Tasmania has approximately 140 capable and committed professionals employed across three modern offices (Hobart, Launceston and Burnie).  
Our clients and projects are diverse and include a range of public and private sector organisations and communities.  As we continue to build our reputation and presence across the state we see significant opportunities to grow our business.
 
About our role
We currently have an exciting opportunity for a bright talented Senior Planner to join our team of professionals.  The position will be located in our Launceston Office and the key accountabilities will include: Prepare submissions and reports on land use and development issues for public and private sector clients; Provide statutory and strategic planning assistance to local and State government; Contribute to the preparation of master plans, structure plans and urban design frameworks; Assess development applications for local government authorities Project Manage a wide range of planning projects.
 
About you
You are experienced in all aspects of strategic and statutory planning and have tertiary qualifications in planning and eligibility for membership of the Planning Institute of Australia.   You are a team player with a track record in building and maintaining positive business relationships with both internal and external clients. 
 
Our offer
Fostering gender balance, diversity and acceptance of flexible working for men and women are central to the way GHD does business. We offer a professional and friendly culture based on our core values of Safety, Teamwork, Respect and Integrity. In addition to a competitive salary, GHD also provides attractive career and lifestyle options including professional development, additional leave, and family-friendly flexible work arrangements.
 
To apply
If you would like to apply for this position, please forward your covering letter and resume via the link below.  For a confidential discussion, please contact Sharyn Daniels on *****09. + click to reveal
 
Applications close on 21 February 2018.  
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Within the University of Tasmania, Financial Shared Services manages the University’s Accounts Payable, sundry Accounts Receivable, Revenue Collection, Credit Card functions and associated transactions.  The team operates under the guidance of the Manager – Shared Services and the team is managed in functional streams and locational areas.
The Finance Officer – Shared Services is a key member of the team with a specific focus on the delivery of finance transactions. In this role you will coordinate a range of accounting and administrative tasks, namely the processing, workflow and management of financial transactions such as accounts payable, accounts receivable, credit card, receipting and journals.
In the role you will:
Prepare, scan, code, review and monitor various transactions in accordance with the University's financial policies and guidelines including; accounts payable and receivable invoices, credit card transactions, journals, expense reimbursements and Purchase orders Monitor and follow up all outstanding Accounts Receivable and Accounts Payable accounts, undertake reconciliations and complete associated tasks. Receipt University funds, reconcile and prepare banking in accordance with University financial policy and guidelines. Assist with administration of Finance systems (eg. OneStop, ProMaster, TechnologyOne, StarRez & PurchaseNow), including the creation and maintenance of transaction data, users accounts and customer and vendor master files. Test, develop and assist with implementation of process and system improvements, provide end user training, support and troubleshooting. Provide advice in regards to enquiries relating to University financial transactions, including liaison with Budget Centres and other parties in relation to University financial policies and procedures.
Based in Launceston, you will be employed on a full-time, ongoing basis.
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To be considered, you will have:
Completion of a Diploma, or Certificate IV, and/or an equivalent combination of experience and training. High level of computing skills, including experience with computerised accounting applications and spreadsheets Sound written, oral and interpersonal communication skills, the ability to focus on and understand client needs and an aptitude for service delivery. Demonstrated ability to prioritise tasks, meet deadlines, and to identify and resolve problems. Demonstrated ability to work independently or as part of a team. A capacity for adaptability and flexibility in a rapidly changing environment.
Appointment to this role will be at HEO 4 and will have a total remuneration package of up to $75,491 comprising base salary within the range of $60,024 to $64,523 plus 17% superannuation.
For further information about this position please contact Jodi Rusden, Manager, Shared Services: *****@utas.edu.au + click to reveal / *****20 + click to reveal.
**Please note, your application must as a minimum include your resume, a cover letter and your responses to the position criteria as detailed on the position description.
Applications close at 11:55pm on Tuesday, 6 March 2018.
 Position Description - Finance Officer, Shared Services.pdf
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REGISTERED NURSE (Part Time)
Umina Park, Burnie
Who we are
OneCare Limited is a leading not-for-profit Aged Care provider offering accredited residential, nursing and community support facilities across its five Tasmanian facilities with a focus on providing support, security and independence.
 
What will you do?
Reporting to the Clinical Care Manager, you will have the opportunity to:
Promote excellence in clinical care Apply an assessment based approach to planning and reviewing the health status of our residents.
What you bring to the role
Current AHPRA registration An ability to formulate care plans with the primary aim of providing optimal quality of life for the resident Passion and enthusiasm about making a difference to the lives of our residents
What you get in return
Attractive salary packaging options to increase your take home pay Rewarding work experience in a growing industry working for a Not-For-Profit organisation
How to apply
Please submit the following documents to *****@onecare.org.au + click to reveal
Resume Cover Letter outlining your relevant experience and work preference Vacancy Application Form
The Vacancy Application Form and Position Description can be accessed on www.onecare.org.au/career-vacancies/
Closing date
9am, Wednesday 7th March.
 
Enquiries
Judith Warren, Acting Facility Manager Umina Park, *****05 + click to reveal.
A current National Police Check is an essential requirement to work at OneCare.   Applicants are encouraged to apply for this as an offer of employment cannot be made until a satisfactory check is provided.
 
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ENROLLED NURSE (Part Time)
Umina Park, Burnie
Who we are
OneCare Limited is a leading not-for-profit Aged Care provider offering accredited residential, nursing and community support facilities across its five Tasmanian facilities with a focus on providing support, security and independence.
 
What will you do?
Reporting to the Registered Nurse, you will have the opportunity to:
Promote excellence in clinical care Apply an assessment based approach to planning and reviewing the health status of our residents. Apply comprehensive knowledge to develop patient care plans in collaboration with the Registered Nurse
What you bring to the role
Current AHPRA registration Level 2 Enrolled Nurse qualifications Provide optimal quality of life for the resident's needs through appropriate care plans
What you get in return
Attractive salary packaging options to increase your take home pay Rewarding work experience in a growing industry working for a Not-For-Profit organisation
How to apply
Please submit the following documents to *****@onecare.org.au + click to reveal
Resume Cover Letter Vacancy Application Form
The Vacancy Application Form and Position Description can be accessed on www.onecare.org.au/career-vacancies/
Closing date
9am, Wednesday 7th March 2018.
 
Enquiries
Judith Warren, Acting Facility Manager, Umina Park, *****05 + click to reveal.
A current National Police Check is an essential requirement to work at OneCare.   Applicants are encouraged to apply for this as an offer of employment cannot be made until a satisfactory check is provided.
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ENROLLED NURSE (Part Time)
The Manor Complex, Kings Meadows
Who we are
OneCare Limited is a leading not-for-profit Aged Care provider offering accredited residential, nursing and community support facilities across its five Tasmanian facilities with a focus on providing support, security and independence.
 
What will you do?
Reporting to the Registered Nurse, you will have the opportunity to:
Promote excellence in clinical care Apply an assessment based approach to planning and reviewing the health status of our residents. Apply comprehensive knowledge to develop patient care plans in collaboration with the Registered Nurse
What you bring to the role
Current AHPRA registration Level 2 Enrolled Nurse qualifications Provide optimal quality of life for the resident's needs through appropriate care plans
What you get in return
Attractive salary packaging options to increase your take home pay Rewarding work experience in a growing industry working for a Not-For-Profit organisation
 
How to apply
Please submit the following documents to *****@onecare.org.au + click to reveal
Resume Cover Letter Vacancy Application Form
The Vacancy Application Form and Position Description can be accessed on www.onecare.org.au/career-vacancies/
Closing date
9am, Tuesday 6th March 2018.
Enquiries
Susan Cubitt, Clinical Care Manager, The Manor Complex, *****04 + click to reveal.
A current National Police Check is an essential requirement to work at OneCare.   Applicants are encouraged to apply for this as an offer of employment cannot be made until a satisfactory check is provided.
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General Practitioner in Expanding Practice | Potential VMO Opportunity | DWS – TAS, St Helens
Ochre Health are currently seeking an experienced General Practitioner to join our expanding practice in St Helens, on the east coast of Tasmania. 
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Ochre Health is excited to announce that our well established Medical Centre in St Helens will combine with another local practice, and will soon be moving to a larger premises. With this news, we are looking for an experienced GP to join our growing team.
The practice is lead by our Medical Coordinator for the east coast, Dr Molly Shorthouse.
Our practice is supported by visiting Allied Health, and Registered Nurses to assist with CDM, immunisations and women's health.
About the Hospital
The St Helens District Hospital has 10 acute/palliative care beds and 4 bay Outpatient and Emergency service. Other services include Allied Health, Radiology, Community Nursing, Visiting Public and Private providers.
About the Town
St Helens is a coastal town in Tasmania's northeast region, famous for its fresh local seafood, aquatic activities, and beautiful oceanic scenery. Originally a whaling base in the early 1800s, and later a shipping port, the town today is the state's second largest fishing port, and a Tasmanian tourism hotspot. St Helens' mild temperate climate makes it a popular destination, as it is often warmer than the rest of the state. Visitors and locals flock to St Helens to explore the quaint coastal township and its rich history, and to sample its delicious fresh local seafood (including its famous lobster, oysters, scallops and abalone), which are available at the many cafes and restaurants and the local fish punt. Visitors also enjoy exploring the Georges Bay with its white sandy beaches, turquoise waters, kelp forests, underwater caves, and vibrant marine life. Popular activities include, fishing, swimming, surfing, sailing, diving, bushwalking, and just relaxing on the beach. A 1-hour return walk to St Helens point allows you to view the stunning Peron Dunes, as well as boats cruising offshore, beachgoers enjoying the surf, and sea-birds soaring above.
With a range of shops, galleries, and eateries, and local markets St Helens has all the comforts of a bigger town, with less of the hustle and bustle. Its laidback atmosphere makes it the perfect place to get away from big-city life. The town is also close to the famous Bay of Fires, a renowned Tasmanian holiday destination, which was listed as one of the top 10 regions in the world by popular travel agency, Lonely Planet. St Helens continues to grow as more and more people are drawn to its idyllic location, beautiful sea views, and warm community and climate.
St Helen classified as an RRMA5 location and is eligible for rural relocation and retention grants. It is a recognised District of Workforce Shortage (DWS), and practitioners are eligible for ROMPs payments, as well as gaining access to the RLRP, RVTS and ACRRM Independent Pathway GP training programs.
You will benefit from:
A location eligible for RLRP, RVTS and ACRRM independent pathway Relocation, procedural, CPD and retention grants 30% reduction in moratorium Daily flights to Melbourne
Requirements:
General Registration or Vocational Registration with AHPRA Proficient with common general practice conditions Current emergency medicine certificate (APLS, ELS etc.) and recent experience in an unsupervised if assisting with the VMO roster
For more information please contact:
Amanda Gallagher
Senior Recruitment Consultant
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The Tasmanian Health Service is an innovative and dynamic organisation dedicated to improving the health and wellbeing of our community.  We are committed to providing the highest levels of healthcare and services.
Hours/Period of Appointment
Permanent, Day Worker working 76 hours per fortnight to commence as soon as possible
Salary:  $88,718 - $100,674 per annum. 
 
Duties
The eHealth Systems Administrator provides operational support to ensure clinical information systems, in particular Picture Archive Communication System (PACS) and Radiology Information System (RIS), are available when needed to enable better health and community outcomes. Core ICT infrastructure services, including network communications and client desktop support services, are provided by a centralised IT service provider. Application support for THS eHealth systems is provided by a combination of business focused systems administrators to ensure systems are meeting clinical needs; and primarily external technical systems administrators to ensure systems function at a technical level.
Location
Launceston General Hospital
Essential Requirements
The Head of the State Service has determined that the person nominated for this job is to satisfy a pre employment check before taking up the appointment, on promotion or transfer.  The following checks are to be conducted: 1.  Conviction checks in the following areas:
a)  Crimes of Violence
b)  Sex Related Offences
c)  Serious Drug Offences
d)  Crimes involving dishonesty
 
2.  Identification check

3.  Disciplinary action in previous employment check.
 

Desirable Requirements
A formal qualification in Computer Sciences and/or Information Technology (IT) with experience in health/hospital information systems.
Download the Statement of Duties and Associated Documents
 
In order to be considered for this position it is a requirement that you address the selection criteria which are located in the Statement of Duties.
 519005 eHealth Systems Administrator Band 6 (October 2017) HAHSA BUTI.pdf
Marcin Gadzinski
A/Director eHealth
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Better health and quality of life around Tasmania. Visit us at www.ths.tas.gov.au 

 
The Tasmanian Health Service is an innovative and dynamic organisation dedicated to improving the health and wellbeing of our community.  We are committed to providing the highest levels of healthcare and services.
Hours/Period of Appointment
Permanent, Day Worker working 76 hours per fortnight to commence as soon as possible. 
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About us
integratedliving is an industry leading provider known for its person centred approach to care. We are committed to delivering exceptional health and wellbeing outcomes for our regional, rural and remote customers.
Our culture is dynamic and fast paced, we move quickly and we deliver results.
Job tasks and responsibilities
Our Support Workers deliver exceptional services to our customers. They empower individual customer choice, positively contribute to our customer's health and wellbeing, and enable ongoing active participation in the community.
This role is responsible for following the customer care plan to provide high quality support in a safe manner. Our Support Workers carry out a variety of different tasks, including, but not limited to:
Assisting with ADL's – including showering, grooming, dressing, feeding. General household duties Transport assistance Meal preparation Social support
As a highly visible representative of the organisation, the Support Worker enhances integratedliving's reputation as a provider of choice through their commitment to service excellence and customer satisfaction.
Skills and experience
The successful applicant will have:
Certificate III in Aged Care or equivalent qualification – must have covered subject relating to personal care. Completion of the subject "assist with medication" highly desirable. Effective written and verbal communication skills and proven customer service orientation. Ability to liaise with a wide range of customers from diverse social, financial and cultural backgrounds. Current drivers licence (P1 or above) and motor vehicle – must be registered, reliable and insured. Flexibility and availability between 7am-7pm Monday-Sunday. Some overnight shifts may be required. Ability to work independently and effectively manage time. Proficient in use of electronic technology including smart phones, handheld devices, email and internet. Current First Aid + CPR certificate.
Benefits
All of our employees are entitled to a range of benefits, including:
Immediately eligible to receive generous bonuses through our customer referral program. Access to salary packaging options which means you pay less tax! Professional development and career progression opportunities. A safe and healthy workplace culture which promotes diversity, integrity and mutual respect. Position Enquires: *****@integratedliving.org.au + click to reveal
Please see our website for full job description
www.integratedliving.org.au
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A large PNG contractor that has entrenched themselves in the region and built a strong reputation for delivering high quality, complex projects to their clients. Now have an exciting opportunity for a Contract Administrator.
Your new role Reporting into the Building Manager you will be responsible completing a range of duties from recording orders, monitoring of delivery statuses, stakeholder management and the management of contracts (negotiation, administering and analysis of performance). During from your demonstrated commercial acumen you will also be responsible for budget tracking and reporting whilst acting as the key interface with the subcontractors to ensure the commercial viability of the project budget.
What you'll need to succeed To be successful it is essential that you have demonstrated experience within the construction industry as a Contracts Administrator ideally with a tertiary qualification in Building and construction or Engineering. Even though this role is suited to experienced individuals graduates are encouraged to apply.
What you'll get in return You will be rewarded with an excellent remuneration package combined with the opportunity to work on a major project between $20M and $80M and build your experience with a reputable contractor. This unique role offer a great salary and works on a 6 weeks on 2 weeks off roster.
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 for further information please call William Ballam at Hays on *****00 + click to reveal or *****@hays.com.au + click to reveal
Senior Administration Officer 6-9 Month Contract, Immediate Start
Childcare Director job in Exceeding rated not for profit. Sydney CBD. Excellent employee benefits.
Exciting opportunity for an ambitious administrator with SAP experience
Foreman required for night shift in the airport
Part Time Admin for Federal Gov, Immediate Start, 3 days a week, 12 months fixed term, 77 k package pro-rated
Lead a team of Facilities Management professionals | Life cycle planning
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We are currently looking for an experienced and patient focused skin cancer doctor to join their growing team.
On offer is a part time or full time position with one of Tasmania's leading skin clinics. This purpose build medical facility is home to a high calibre team of Doctor's, Nurses, Allied health and specialists.
With the large demand for skin cancer services, coupled with constantly growing patient numbers, you can expect to see full books and lucrative earnings in a very short time.
This opportunity would suit a VR General Practitioner with no DWS restrictions, as the practice is not located in a DWS area.
What is on offer:
PT/FT skin cancer position Great earning potential (mixed billing) High amount of skin related referrals Full time nursing support Join a team of experienced professionals Friendly and supportive workplace culture Flexibility working arrangements
How to apply:
Click APPLY and follow the prompts  OR Send a copy of your CV to *****@sigmaresourcing.com.au + click to reveal
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We are looking for Community Support Superstar located in Launceston to undertake a variety of services to our clients in a community setting. If you are passionate about supporting seniors to live their best life and believe senior years are something to be celebrated, then we'd love to hear from you.
More about you:
You must be passionate about supporting others You love variety and take pride in your work You appreciate that it is the little things that can make someone's day You will hold a minimum Certificate III in Aged Care/Disability/ Individual Support You are happy to work approx. 10-15 hours a week You will have a current drivers licence You own a reliable car with current registration and third party personal injury insurance You are willing to undergo a police check and prove that you have the rights to work in Australia You are located or comfortable travelling in and around Launceston
Be ready to tell us about your experience providing a range of services to clients including undertaking personal care services, transportation to and from appointments, domestic cleaning and preparing light meals. For further details about this great opportunity please see position description attached.
You may be wondering who is Feros Care and why would I want to work there?
We are a not-for-profit, people centred organisation that is dedicated to raising the profile of people and supporting them to live their BEST LIFE! We are focussed on delivering our customer promise and pride ourselves in our technology and in our staff. We have been offering quality care and support services for older Australians since 1990, with over 820 personnel working throughout QLD, NSW, VIC, SA and TAS.
At Feros Care, we truly believe that everyone matters' and actively seek to include, welcome and value the unique contributions of all people. Our culture, our core values and the connection we have with the community is driven by our 900 staff members who represent 28 different cultures including Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders. We strive to be a leader and advocate for diversity and inclusion. We harness a culture that embraces individual differences in all its glory.
We encourage people with disability, lived experience of disability, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders and people from culturally diverse backgrounds to apply for this job.
**The rate for a casual worker is $26.69 which includes 25% loading. Reimbursement is paid for work-related travel between clients at the current rate of 78c per kilometre.
To apply online, please click on the appropriate link below. Alternatively, for a confidential discussion, please contact Katy Cox on *****93 + click to reveal, quoting Ref No. 792783.
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The Company:
Our client is a dominant force in orthopaedics and other surgical specialties, with quality and state of the art 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/Tasmanian team is seeking to appoint an Associate Territory Manager to promote products from their reconstruction/joints/orthopaedics portfolio (hips and knees).
You will be working with surgeons and nurses in operating theatres.  Over time, you will become expert technically and in sales, and when the time is right for both you and the company, and you have expertise with their products, market and customers, you will progress into a full Territory Manager position. The role is to be based in Launceston to cover and help grow the business there, and there will be some time spent in Hobart most weeks.
Your Background:
You should have sales experience in some capacity – this could be in hospital products or devices, or pharmaceuticals to GPs and/or hospitals. Or you may have a science, allied health or nursing background, or other degree, and sales in another market. You must enjoy a clinical environment and would like to be seen as a resource by your customers.  The role requires resilience, passion and commitment, as well as excellent communication skills.
The Package:
An attractive salary package is offered and includes base, $20,500 car allowance, 9.5% super and quarterly 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: 2000546.
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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About you. 
You are a people person; bubbly, poised, capable, forward-thinking, highly organised, well-presented and professional in your approach. You are ambitious and committed to owning your role and workspace. You are efficient and enjoy working in a busy and fast paced environment.
You will have:
experience in administration and customer service the ability to deliver outstanding customer experiences sound written and verbal communication skills professional phone manner the ability to manage competing priorities strong computer literacy with experience in Microsoft Office attention to detail willingness and capacity to learn a current drivers licence.
About the role.
In this role, you will be the face of our Launceston dealership and first point of contact both in-person and over the phone. You will manage the reception area, welcome guests and direct enquiries. This is an exciting and varied role where you will work closely with our sales team to help ensure the smooth-running of our operation.
Responsibilities.
manage the reception area and phones welcome guests and direct enquiries assist the finance department with tasks including but not limited to processing invoices, raising cheques and cash handling assist the sales team as required with automotive specific duties including registrations and stock control administrative duties.
A certificate in administration will be highly regarded for this role. 
To apply.
Please send your resume and cover letter detailing your suitability for the role to *****@jmc.com.au + click to reveal by COB Monday, March 5, 2018.
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Manufacturing Dry Mill Manager (Drymill/Kilns Departments)
**ROLE LOCATED IN TARPEENA (NEAR MOUNT GAMBIER)**
Timberlink Australia is a leading edge international producer of softwood timber products for both domestic and export markets. Timberlink has grown to become a modern, multi-country business that employs almost 550 people, delivering scale and flexibility. Our focus is on growing value not volume. Our strategy for success isn't complicated; we continue to build a professional, high performing, customer focused business.
We currently have a vacancy for a Manufacturing Manager responsible for the Drymill/Kilns Departments. You will direct and lead team members to ensure the key targets are met in line with site business plan.  We are seeking someone with strong leadership skills and extensive experience in manufacturing or engineering in a leadership role, or from the timber industry.  In this role, you will work as part of the leadership group for the site, leading all areas of safety and compliance, as well as setting annual budgets for area and contributing to budget planning.
This permanent, full time position reports directly to the Production Manager. This role will be based at our Tarpeena sawmill in South Australia.
Your key responsibilities will include:
Playing a key leadership role in the safety and well-being of our employees; Actively promote a safe working culture Managing the drymill and kiln schedules to standard operating procedures Looking for opportunities across both sections to improve value and take out costs Meeting and formulating action plans with key operational personnel on a regular basis to address issue and improve performance Actively coach and mentor teams and direct report to problem solve and innovate
Qualifications and Qualities that you will bring to Timberlink:
Extensive in a manufacturing, engineering or timber environment Qualifications in engineering, management and leadership, with proven working experience Strong technical skills and interpersonal skills Demonstrated experience in driving culture change Understanding and motivating others to focus on and achieve key performance indicators.
Timberlink is an equal opportunity employer, we encourage all applicants with the RIGHT TO WORK in Australia to apply.
If you would like to know more, or wish to apply for the role, please submit your application including your cover letter and CV to *****@timberlinkaustralia.com.au + click to reveal. Please note that applications close by Monday, 5th March 2018.
www.timberlinkaustralia.com.au
No agencies or cold calling please!
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The Details:
Earn $1500+ per full day Consistent patient load (currently overflowing) Full time or part time available  10 minutes from central Launceston (NON DWS) The practice currently employs 3 GP's Run by an experienced practice manager Range of allied health specialists Full time nursing support Fully computerised
Requirements:
Must have current AHPRA registration Must have FRACGP or equivalent Must be an Australian Resident  Must have NO DWS RESTRICTIONS
How to Apply:
Click APPLY and follow the prompts  OR Send a copy of your CV to *****@sigmaresourcing.com.au + click to reveal  (please quote the advert title in your email)
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We are working with a well-recognised storage and logistics client in their search for a permanent fulltime Site Co-ordinator for their Launceston operation. If you have prior experience in a logistics, stock/inventory controller or warehousing role this may be the opportunity for you.
Launceston base Logistics and warehousing background Strong customer service orientation
The primary purpose of this role is to assist in the smooth daily operations of their Launceston storage and logistics operation. You will have the ability to work co-operatively with a small dedicated team to ensure client requirements are met with a high level of accuracy, timeliness and efficiency. Confidentiality is a key requirement of this role due to the sensitive nature of the business.
There may be the requirement to travel to the NW and NE Coast on occasions to service the company’s clientele so a full unrestricted driver’s licence is an essential for this role. You will have past experience and knowledge around the importance of client level Service Level Agreements and a desire to exceed these at every opportunity.
Strong computer skills Warehousing/stock scanning systems Sound communication skills Commitment to WHS practices Forklift licence
You will be required to pass a National Police Check and also have the ability to participate in an on-call rostered work.
For further information please call Nick Prokopiec on *****27 + click to reveal or email *****@searsonbuck.com.au + click to reveal
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We have an exciting opportunity available for a dedicated and experienced Rostering Coordinator to join our team.  Your energy, drive and positive attitude will see you working alongside talented and committed staff who are passionate about supporting each of our departments with their staffing needs.
About You:
Highly developed analytical skills and ability to work in a logical and sequential manner Experience in the preparation of complex rosters Excellent communication skills Highly competent in the use of Excel Demonstrated time management skills and ability to work under pressure Demonstrated alignment to our Country Club Tasmania values - Integrity, Passion, Teamwork and Respect
As an Employer of Choice we offer attractive conditions, a welcoming and supportive work environment, free onsite parking and meals. For a confidential discussion or for more information please call Gwen on *****37 + click to reveal.
All new employees must also satisfy a fitness for work assessment.
To apply please visit the Country Club Tasmania website (www.countryclubtasmania.com.au/careers ).
Applications close 9am Monday 5 March 2018
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Office Manager Launceston Full Time
-     Opportunity to make a significant contribution -     A supportive team environment -     Not for profit salary packaging  About the organisation
Baptcare is a purpose driven and faith-based organisation working across Victoria and Tasmania, providing residential and community care for older people and support to children, families, and people with disability, financially disadvantaged people and people seeking asylum.
About the role
An exciting vacancy has arisen in our Family and Community Services office in Launceston.  The purpose of this role is to oversee the office administration and take specific responsibility for a range of administrative tasks. You will be responsible for the daily running of the office, providing support to the State Manager, as required, and the supervision of other office staff. The role plays an active part in the workplace health and safety of the site.
Duties:
Provide a high standard of customer service to internal and external stakeholders Maintain accurate and confidential information for administrative systems as per Baptcare policy and procedure Manage financial processes Provide personal assistance to the Program Manager with appointments, meetings, travelling arrangements etc.
Skills and experience:
Post-secondary qualifications in administration, finance or IT 5 years' experience in a contemporary office environment Advanced Computer skills - including MS Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Publisher, & Outlook Demonstrated experience in providing customer service, administrative leadership and support in an office environment Demonstrated flexibility and a positive attitude to the changing needs of our stakeholders Demonstrated understanding of the importance of confidentiality within this working environment Understanding and compliance with workplace health and safety responsibilities
How to apply:  Please click on the 'Apply Now' button below and address the selection criteria when applying.
Please visit our website to apply for this position and to view the Role Statement at www.baptcare.org.au   Please forward queries to:
Chris Demeyer
Email: *****@baptcare.org.au + click to reveal
Applications close by Friday 23rd February at 5pm Only short-listed applicants will be contacted.
Applicants must have the right to work in Australia. The successful applicant will be required to undergo a National Criminal History check.   Baptcare subscribes to a mobile and flexible work environment. If you require support with the application process, please contact *****@baptcare.org.au + click to reveal  Baptcare is committed to building a respectful and inclusive workplace, appointing the best person for the role and supporting diversity. We welcome applicants who may require adjustments.  

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Our extraordinary Nurse Manager is spreading her wings and heading for the warmer QLD weather.
As a result, we have an exciting opportunity within our busy medical practice for a Nurse Manager to lead our fabulous nursing team.
Option of full time or PPT (minimum .8FTE) No shift work No weekend work
 
About Us
Launceston Medical Centre is a busy medical practice, home to 20 GPs, (approx. 11 FTEs).  In addition to the General Practice, we also have a Skin Cancer Clinic which operates 4 days per week.
Awarded RACGPs 2016 Practice of the Year, our modern, custom designed medical centre has 14 GP consulting rooms, specifically designed to ensure the very best in-patient care.
Working closely with the GPs and reception staff, this dynamic role encompasses a broad range of skills and responsibilities.

Skills and Experience
Qualified Registered Nurse with current AHPRA Registration Highly organised and motivated Approachable Flexible and proven ability to effectively manage change

Desirable
Experience in general practice preferred Competency with Best Practice Experience in a similar role as practice nurse Up to date immunisation certificates Experience in Medicare item numbers Member of APNA Experience with Occupational Health/Pre-Employment Medicals
For further information, or to request a copy of a position description and practice CV, please contact *****@launcestonmc.com.au + click to reveal or call Kat on *****11 + click to reveal
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Searson Buck is pleased to be partnering with Biomar, a worldwide group that supplies feed to around 80 countries and to more than 45 different fish species. To support the expansion of the business and their new site at Wesley Vale they are seeking a Financial Accountant to manage all financial aspects of the Tasmanian operation.
This is a senior role providing you the opportunity to work in a growing industry and globally successful organisation where you will have the ownership and accountability to contribute to the ongoing success of BioMar. Your responsibilities will include but will not be limited to;
Preparation of regular Company accounting reports for internal use including gross margin and inventory reports Preparation of monthly and annual accounts for Group reporting and consolidation Re-coding of new fixed assets within the fixed asset register and maintenance of existing fixed assets to ensure accurate calculation of depreciation costs and record of fixed asset value. Preparation and reporting of statistics to external bodies. Preparation of monthly GST returns in accordance with regulations Key role in preparation of annual budget and subsequent issue of budget statements and assistance to budget holders.
This is a rare and exciting opportunity to join a global leader and contribute to the development of their market presence in Tasmania. The successful candidate will have demonstrated experience in both strategic and operational financial and management accounting principles and will work closely with global partners. A hands-on approach to the role will be required during the start-up phase to educate and ensure compliance with Australian legislation. The position will initially be based in Launceston and will eventually move to Wesley Vale upon completion of the re-build.
To express your interest please contact Sharon Miller at Searson Buck on *****88 + click to reveal or *****73 + click to reveal for further enquires.
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Searson Buck is proud to partner with BioMar and be part of the $56 million dollar development that sees world class fish feed innovation and production facilities come to Tasmania. To support the expansion of their global business and their new site at Wesley Vale they are recruiting a Product Manager who will be responsible for the management of the product portfolio for BioMar in both core salmon activities and other segments for their local Tasmanian operation.
This is an exciting opportunity to be part of an innovative organisation, where you will provide technical expertise whilst also increasing the BioMar footprint in an already well-established market. Essential experience and qualities that will ensure your success include;
Establishing, maintaining and expanding product sales to existing and new clients in the freshwater salmon market. Responsibility for providing input regarding the development of salt water salmon feeds to the appropriate authority. Controlling all technical information presented to customers to ensure a consistent and clear message whilst also educating customers on the value of BioMar products Update and train sales and customer support on all BioMar products, make recommendations and conduct customer trials to assist in the continuous improvements of both products and service delivery. Participate in the development of marketing and budget plans, strategies and events for the freshwater salmon sector. Produce reports on activities undertaken and status of the market and competitor activity as required.
This is an opportunity to work for a market leader in research and production, whilst also offering a unique career pathway into a sustainable and global organisation that is clearly committed to its Tasmanian operation.
The successful candidate will have extensive experience in a similar role and technical knowledge and understanding of commercial aquaculture. The position will initially be based in Launceston and will eventually move to Wesley Vale upon completion of the re-build.
To express your interest please contact Sharon Miller at Searson Buck on *****88 + click to reveal or *****73 + click to reveal for further enquires.