6 months contract
Melbourne CBD
Provide analytical support in product and customer deep dives as well as commercial analysis to help deliver the Annual Operating Plan for the products. You will understand how to find, extract and analyse data to resolve complex problems.
Key Accountabilities
Find and extract data and turn into information/insights Resolve complex problems through deep dives Understand commercial performance vs Operating plan Provide insights to improve commercial performance Assist in constructing business cases Provide scenario analysis for business cases
You will have experience in the following: Experience putting together large amounts of information in a clear and succinct way Commercially oriented including understanding of business cases and modelling Great SQL skills (Teradata, MS SQL and Oracle) Working knowledge of MS Power BI Exposure to ETL tools (e.g. Lavastorm) Experience influencing stakeholders – internal and external
To be considered for the role click the 'Apply' button or for more information about this and other opportunities please contact Jo-Ann Lim on *****21. + click to reveal Please quote our job reference number: *****30. + click to reveal
The Ubertas Group is a diversified privately owned Property Development, Real Estate, Hotel Management, Entertainment and Hospitality company. We are looking for a CPA or Charted Qualified Management Accountant with the following skills:
ERP implementation, Financial management reporting and forecasting, New venture analysis and review Governance.
The successful candidate will have at least 7 years experience with the above set of skills in private or public enterprise. Your practical experience is most important to us, in other words you need to be an implementer not just an advice provider.
This role will reports directly to our CFO who is practical and pragmatic.
The culture in our company is that of a sporting team, one set our to win the corporate seasonal cup. The character traits of the ideal candidate is to be a self starter, with an understanding of first principles and someone who is persistent in the pursuit of the results required for the group and the team. 
To apply please send your resume by email to ***** Your + click to reveal confidentiality is guaranteed.
onPsych is seeking FULLY REGISTERED Psychologists or Mental Health Social workers and Mental Health Care Nurses to work in primary and high schools across Melbourne,  Australia.
Psychologists or Mental Health Social workers and Mental Health Care Nurses must be fully registered . Several positions available, full or part time.
Psychologists or Mental Health Social workers and Mental Health Care Nurses must have, or be prepared to undergo a police check for a "working with children" permit, and have a current drivers license, internet connected computer, and mobile phone.
Role Description.
onPsych services are looking for enthusiastic, reliable and self-motivated Psychologists or Mental Health Social workers and Mental Health Care Nurses to work on school grounds in both primary and high school settings. 
Much of your work will be psycho-educational, teaching cognitive and social skills and developing behavioural programs. Further, Psychologists or Mental Health Social workers and Mental Health Care Nurses pick their own hours, work during school hours, have school holidays off with opportunities to work systematically within the family with parents and siblings, provide therapeutic support for teaches, deliver workshops and/or educational assessments as required.
See our web site for more details at 
All CPD points covered through the annual active onPsych Professional Development Day, Group Supervision, online discussion forums, our innovative resource library and general supervision of individual school cases.
Some of the psychological issues we support schools with include :
- Anxiety Disorders
- Stress (exams/relationships)
- Behavioural and conduct disorders
- Social, relationship and emotional issues (anger management/emotion de-regulation)
- Mental Health disorders Bullying- both for the bully and bullied
- Communication
- Divorce and Grief
- ASD and ADHD adjustment to integrated learning
onPsych also offers skills training groups:
- Anxiety/Anger Management
- Relationship and social skills
- Motivation Parenting Skills
- Mindfulness
A successful Psychologists or Mental Health Social workers and Mental Health Care Nurses will have:
- The skill to communicate effectively with a wide range of client groups
- Good interpersonal skills
- Be able to write clear and concise reports and have good presentation skills
- Work in an organised and efficient manner within an overall service format
- Develop relationships with teachers,parents, doctors and other professionals.
- Be highly organised paying close attention to detail
- Enjoy and be able to work independently
- Have a flexible approach to work
- Be emotionally resilient and be able to work in a challenging environment
- Be able to manage a significant caseload
- Have a mobile phone, car and internet connected computer
- Knowledge of a range of therapeutic techniques suitable for use with children and young people
- Awareness of own personal development needs.
Overseas Psychologists or Mental Health Social workers and Mental Health Care Nurses welcome.
Job Type: Subcontract

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The Royal Melbourne Hospital - City Campus, Parkville
Full Time Fixed Term
Full Time, fixed term position until July 2020 Join an award winning health service Work in one of the largest transplant services in Australia
RMH Kidney Care Service is seeking a suitably qualified and highly motivated Registered Nurse to join our progressive renal transplant team at this exciting time. The role includes coordinating the work up for potential recipients and live donors, monitoring ongoing pre-transplant status, providing transplant education for staff and patients, data collection and assistance with the development of clinical protocols related to renal transplant management. Some participation in clinical trials may be involved.
The RMH Transplant service is the second largest in Australia and coordinates transplant care for Western and Northern Health and Tasmania. It is a world leader in pioneering ABO incompatible transplants and has been the largest contributor to the Australian Paired Kidney Exchange (AKX) program. We have a strong commitment to research and innovative service delivery and workforce models. RMH has recently been selected as the host organization for the AKX program and an internal promotion to work within this program, has created this vacancy.
It is essential that the applicant have at least 5 years nursing experience with 2 years in Renal or Transplantation. We are seeking someone with demonstrated advanced communication, assessment and organizational skills to work across a number of organizations managing many complex and sensitive issues.
The position is based at the city campus, is full time and will require some flexibility in working hours from time to time depending on the specific requirements of the renal transplant team activities. However we would welcome enquires about part time options.
Enquiries to:
Maria Safe
Renal Services Manager
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Why Melbourne Health?

Melbourne Health is a values based organisation. A career with us is a rewarding experience, offering great prospects for career diversity and professional advancement. We also offer:
• Salary Packaging
• Reward & Recognition Programs
• Comprehensive Health & Wellbeing Programs including; staff gym, staff health service, peer support program and EAP • Discounted Staff Parking
At Melbourne Health we are committed to Aboriginal employment and encourage all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people to apply. Karreeta (grow) Yirramboi (tomorrow). We value a diverse workforce and encourage applications from all culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds.
Melbourne Health is an award winning health care service and is Victoria’s second largest public health service. We provide comprehensive acute, sub-acute, general, specialist medical and mental health services through both inpatient and community based facilities through the following services: The Royal Melbourne Hospital – City Campus, The Royal Melbourne Hospital – Royal Park Campus, NorthWestern Mental Health, RMH Kidney Care Service and Victorian Infectious Diseases Reference Laboratory.
All appointments are made subject to a satisfactory police records check. Successful applicants will be required to provide a record of Immune Status to vaccine preventable diseases or evidence of an immunisation assessment prior to commencement.
Enquiries: Maria Safe
Ph: *****17 + click to reveal
Applications Close: 18/08/2017
To view the position description or submit your application please click the 'Apply Now' button below.
Our client is a large corporate with a huge property portfolio around Australia, who is looking for an experienced Commercial Property mind to join their property division based in Melbourne and manage the divestment of a large commercial property portfolio (Office, Retail and Industrial and land).
Reporting to the Head of Property the Property Divestment Manager will be responsible for the divestment of our clients surplus land and property assets in accordance with the Divestment Strategy. The Property Divestment Manager will manage a portfolio of divestment opportunities and through strong and effective negotiation will prepare and manage the transactions through to final divestment.
In doing this, the Property Divestment Manager will:
Provide property advice and input into the full acquisition and divestment lifecycle; Project manage all divestment opportunities including due diligence and land remediation aspects; Develop strong relationships with the commercial sector, including developers, owners, landlords, investors, architects and planners; Maintain up-to-date and detailed knowledge of the local and National Commercial Real Estate market. Be an expert on current trends, financial constraints, industry capability and occupancy demands.
To be successful as the Property Divestment Manager; you will have:
10 plus years commercial property sales experience Ideally have a relevant tertiary qualification in property, valuation or a related discipline Recent experience in land and commercial property acquisition A strong understanding of valuation methods and processes and compensation assessment; An ability to proactively identify and facilitate opportunities while balancing commercial and social outcomes; Proven experience in negotiating complex issues in a sensitive environment; Exceptional communication skills and strong ability to understand and mange key stakeholder relationships.
If you would like to be considered for the role please email your CV in word format to ***** + click to reveal or call Chris on *****52 + click to reveal for a confidential discussion.
Temporary Part Time Opportunity Kooyong Location Flexible Working Arrangements & Generous Salary Packaging Benefits
Vision Australia is a leading national provider of blindness and low vision services in Australia. We work in partnership with Australians who are blind or have low vision to help them achieve the possibilities they choose in life.
We support more than 27,500 people of all ages and life stages, and circumstances. We do this through 28 Vision Australia centres in Victoria, New South Wales, the Australian Capital Territory, Queensland, South Australia and Western Australia; 30 clinics; and through outreach programs in the Northern Territory and Tasmania.
An exciting opportunity awaits a highly skilled Recreation Development Worker to join our multi-disciplinary team in Kooyong.
As a Recreation Development Worker at Vision Australia you will deliver recreation programs including assessment, training, and intervention strategies to support clients who are blind or have low vision. Your responsibilities will include:
Developing new services in consultation with clients to meet individual and group needs Providing recreational and community based services to ensure our clients reach their individual service goals Provide direction, support and training to our volunteers assisting in recreational activities
To be successful in this role you will have:
A community services certification in aged care Be positive and enthusiastic Experience in developing, delivering and evaluating high quality recreational and social support activities within the community A demonstrated understanding of person centred practices A collaborative approach which ensures you achieve positive client outcomes Ideally an understanding of issues relating to blindness and low vision
Our Benefits
Working as part of Vision Australia you will enjoy a values based organisation with benefits including:
Friendly values based working environment Generous salary packaging options Exciting career paths Exceptional professional development opportunities Flexible working arrangements
We’re always on the lookout for energetic, motivated people who share our values to be Person Centred, Accountable, Collaborative, Commercially Focused and Agile.
Do you want to become a part of a team that supports a future where our clients have the opportunity, like never before, to live the life they choose?   Please select the 'Apply' button below to be taken to our online application process.
Applications should consist of a full resume and a cover letter. Candidates should address the essential job competencies as outlined the position description and should also consider and be able to demonstrate Vision Australia’s organisational values which are central to the organisation’s culture. Applications should be uploaded as a word file. Please note pdf documents are not accepted for accessibility reasons. 
For more information about working at Vision Australia go to 
We encourage applications from candidates who are blind or have low vision. 
Enquiries: Deb Deshayes
Ph: *****32 + click to reveal
Applications Close: 11/08/2017
To view the position description or submit your application please click the 'Apply Now' button below.
Do you want to make a difference through a meaningful career?
You could join our supportive team at Vision Australia. 

We currently seek an experienced Access Technology Specialist to join our team. With your skills and experience you will help people who are blind or vision-impaired to live the life they choose.  
Are you passionate about assistive technology? Do you want to make a difference? Are you innovative and flexible?
Here is an exciting opportunity to join a dynamic and dedicated team at Vision Australia in Kooyong. We work alongside people who are blind or have low vision to enable them to live the life they choose.
We are looking for a person centred Access Technology Specialist who understands alternative ways of accessing devices and information. The person will be responsible for developing, adapting and delivering specialised group and individual training on a variety of technologies and offer consultative services in the community for people who are blind or have low vision.
To be successful in this role a solid knowledge of various desktop and mobile operating systems is essential. You will have superior problem solving skills around technology solutions and the ability to conduct assessments, undertake course development and manage volunteers within the training environment. Your communication skills are extremely well developed and you are comfortable interacting with people from very diverse backgrounds. You will have a good understanding of Person Centred Practice.
In your application you should address the selection criteria as outlined in the position description. You should also consider and be able to demonstrate our organisational values which are central to our organisational culture.
For more information and to apply for the role please visit our website
Vision Australia supports people who are blind or have low vision to live the life they choose. We welcome applications from candidates who are blind or have low vision and from Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander peoples.
Vision Australia: a career that makes a difference!
Enquiries: Deb DESHAYES
Ph: *****01 + click to reveal
Applications Close: 11/08/2017
To view the position description or submit your application please click the 'Apply Now' button below.
Fixed Term Full Time,Fixed Term Part Time
Outstanding candidates are encouraged to apply for positions now open at Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre – a place where our normal days are extraordinary; as are the people we care for.
Peter Mac is one of a handful of integrated cancer research, education and treatment centres in the world. Each day our team strives to provide the very best in cancer care, even better treatments and potential cancer cures for all people affected by cancer.
Globally, we are facing one of the most pivotal times in the pursuit of cancer cures, and Peter Mac stands at its forefront. Together, we aim to lead a new era of cancer prevention, care and discovery, supported by state-of-the-art facilities at our new home within the Victorian Comprehensive Cancer Centre building.
Your role in our future.
The Medical Workforce Coordinator role is assigned the responsibility to assist the Medical Workforce support provided to the Division of Cancer Medicine medical staff, contribute to administration process improvement and provide essential processing tasks as required. A commitment to high level administration support and a solutions focussed approach is required. 
Medical Workforce Coordinator with General Portfolio
Provides administrative support to Director of Operations, and Medical Oncology and Haematology Directors as required  Coordinate and process end to end credentialing and employment contracts for all medical staff (Senior Medical Staff, Fellows/Registrars) Liaise with HMO manager for HMO roster and sick leave management Process Continuing Medical Education (CME) claims, reimbursements and divisional invoices Coordinate retrospective study applications Coordinate medical staff grant applications Assist medical staff with coordinating complex travel Prepare posters, presentations and maintain databases Committee secretary as required. 
For further information about this opportunity, please review the position description or contact us for a confidential discussion.
Peter Mac offers its employees the following benefits:
Salary Packaging Employee Assistance Program Central City Location Training and Development Program
Enquiries: Jayne Laity
Ph: *****12 + click to reveal
Applications Close: 07/08/2017
To view the position description or submit your application please click the 'Apply Now' button below.
Salary: Inner London Pay Scale
Required: Sept 2017
Contract Type: Permanent / LT Temporary Contract
Location: London Borough of Tower Hamlets
Your new company I am currently looking for an exceptional 2/ic of Science Teacher who has the ambition and enthusiasm to build on the success of the high performing Science Department. The school is based in the heart of east London, in a vibrate area of tower hamlets with good transport connections across London.
Your new role The school has ambitious target for the new academic year and are looking for a person to drive performance in the department and lead the school to achieve excellence. During the journey you will receive regular training and professional development to help make your next step up.
What you'll need to succeed
Relevant teaching qualification Eligibility to apply for a visa to work in the UK Experience is advantageous but not essential Hays can assist in acquiring police checks
What you'll get in return Competitive Pay Flight Reimbursement Bonuses Regular social events Discounted travel deals Free training throughout the year Relocation support
What you need to do now
If you're interested in this role, click 'apply now' to forward an up-to-date copy of your CV, or call us now.
If this job isn't quite right for you but you are looking for a new position, please contact us for a confidential discussion on your career. Permanent Role, Sydney Remit, Attractive Package with Benefits, Leading Training Provided
Senior Public Health Project Manager to promote public health practice through innovative strategies.
Two new CRA roles available! Hugely rewarding. Office based. Fixed term contracts.
Golden opportunity for Senior Consultant with previous asbestos risk management experience
Primary Teacher Job Based in Newham, London to start September 2017
Sales Representative - South Sydney metro area. Driving sales of plumbing products through Merchants & Trade
Our client has an exceptional reputation within the superannuation industry. A multi-awarded industry superannuation fund year on year. Prides themselves in providing the lowest cost and the best advice to their members, as well as achieving the highest return on their investments.

Your Responsibilities:
Building and maintain relationships with key stakeholders Conducting phone based consultations providing general and limited personal (intra fund) advice to members where appropriate Referring members for comprehensive advice Educate customers with detail product information Ability to communicate appropriate policy and product information by articulating entitlements, features and benefits Constructing SOA’s and presenting SOA’s and assisting with implementation The drive to meet and exceed targets
What we are looking for:
Advanced Diploma in Financial Planning or equivalent RG146 Qualification is essential Prior experience in financial planning, paraplanning or client service role Comprehensive knowledge of superannuation , investment and insurance Experience, exposure and understanding of the financial planning process and regulatory requirements A great team player who wants to be part of a fantastic team culture (Xplan or similar) experience is desirable , however not essential
Applications will only be accepted from candidates that have the appropriate approval to work permanently in Australia. Successful applicants will be required to complete a Criminal Record and Bankruptcy check prior to commencement of employment.

Rowben Consulting Insurance and Superannuation specialise in Insurance and Superannuation positions. If you are interested in this role, or any Insurance and Superannuation related opportunities, please apply or contact Carl Di Nuzzo for a confidential discussion on *****81 + click to reveal
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  Legal Secretary - Corporate Commercial   • Support a reputable Partner • Attractive salary package • Great team environment
This is an exciting opportunity for a skilled legal secretary to become a valued member of this highly regarded corporate commercial practice group.
Working 1:1 with a highly regarded Partner, you will enjoy the opportunity to add value and building close relationships with highly successful clients.  This is a unique opportunity to use your solid experience and assist with some complex transactions across a broad range of commercial matters.  
To be successful in this role, you will have proven experience as a legal secretary in another commercial law practice.  Experience working at Partner level will be highly regarded.  You will also have great communication skills, be highly organised and have a confident and proactive attitude to work in a senior role.
This is a UNIQUE opportunity for an experienced legal secretary looking to step into a 1:1 role, providing a high level of support to a well known Partner!  Do not delay in contacting us to discuss the role in further detail!!
To apply online, please click on the appropriate link. Alternatively, for a confidential discussion, please contact Fiona Ruggieri on *****32 + click to reveal or email your CV to ***** + click to reveal  
East Melbourne
Permanent Part Time
Work 4 days per week Opportunity to join a fantastic, friendly team Lovely East Melbourne Location: eat lunch in the park 
Located in East Melbourne, close to public transport and the CBD, Epworth Freemasons provides a range of world-class health services. As one of Victoria's leading maternity hospitals, Epworth Freemasons specialises in women’s and men’s health services including breast and gynaecological surgery, endoscopy and urology. Epworth Freemasons also offers comprehensive cancer care, and a full range of surgical services, including robotic assisted surgery, orthopaedics and ICU care. 
Epworth Freemasons has recently upgraded and expanded its operating theatres and admissions facilities, along with major refurbishments of patient rooms and building infrastructure. Epworth Freemasons is about to undertake a major redevelopment project which will create additional state-of-the-art theatres, expanded oncology services and extensive on-site car parking for staff and doctors. 
A fantastic opportunity exists to join a friendly, diverse and professional team as Medical Receptionist in the busy health clinics at Epworth Freemasons. Our clinic has its own street entrance, plenty of light, and loads of space to work with your team on a day to day basis.  Our GP's, specialists, and administration staff are dedicated to providing excellent patient care and we are seeking an addition to our administration team who exhibits the same dedication. You will be kept busy multitasking between phones, reception, bookings, payments and room preparation.  The ability to work under pressure or to backfill at short notice is essential. You will learn to manage different clinics on a day to day basis: Breast; Men's health; Urogynocology; Diabetes; Colposcopy; General Practice - just to name a few.
Training and mentoring will be provided, and each day you will be working with one of the senior team leaders who have amazing knowledge and skills to assist you in your new role.
The successful candidate will also benefit from all that Epworth Freemasons has to offer.
If you have the skill, the desire, and can demonstrate previous experience in line with the role, we want to hear from you.  
About Epworth
Epworth HealthCare is a world-class, not-for-profit, private health care group dedicated to providing the best possible outcomes for our patients by providing the best possible care. Across our eight locations patients and staff have access to state-of-the-art diagnostic, surgical and procedural technology, world-class theatres and equipment and benefit from the extensive teaching and research occurring at Epworth every day.
The Epworth Difference is defined by our unique culture and dedication to giving outstanding patient care. From the way we recognise and reward our staff to our attitude toward the patient experience, Epworth is for those with the ambition to get better, give the best possible care and lead their field.
Epworth is a great choice for staff who want to be part of a cutting-edge, fast paced and progressive environment.
All appointments are made subject to a satisfactory National Police Check conducted by Epworth and, if required, a valid Working with Children Check provided by the applicant.
To obtain more information refer to the attached position description.
Please direct your enquiries to the contact person listed below.
Applications must be submitted online – to apply for this position click Apply Now
Note : Applications from Recruitment Agencies will not be accepted.
Enquiries: Kathy Bowden
Ph: *****12 + click to reveal
Applications Close: 11/08/2017
To view the position description or submit your application please click the 'Apply Now' button below.
WORK IN SYDNEY | 2.5yr Rd Project | Labourers | Plant Op. | Traffic Controllers   Complete Staff Solutions provide recruitment solutions to organisations Australia wide
***We are now seeking workers across Australia who would like to work in Sydney***
We are offering
Reimbursed Flight Ticket (one way)
* Conditions Apply
Subsidised standard Accommodation for the first 2 weeks. 
*Conditions Apply
Your responsibility will be to get to work and accommodation after the 2 weeks.  Car pool (may be available - but not guaranteed).
We have different types of roles and they all vary in length.  Because you have travelled you will be first preference for long term work.
You must be willing to register which will include: receiving registration forms via email, emailing the completed forms back and participate in an interview over Skype.
Labourers | Plant Operators | Traffic Controllers with the following skill set are encouraged to apply:
Construction Formwork
Civil and Road
Exp. Traffic Controllers (Blue NSW Card)
Plant Operators (Excavator, Roller etc)

Desirable Skills Required
For exp. Traffic Controllers - must have Blue Traffic Control card (if not valid in NSW - we will organise you one)
MUST have a current White Card (if not valid in NSW - we will organise you to get one)
MUST have 1-2 years  labouring and/or Plant Operator experience
Current drivers licence and own transport (highly desirable)
Must be physically fit (not afraid of hard work)
2 x checkable work references from previous Supervisors (ready for us to call)

"Indigenous and Torres Strait Islander candidates are encouraged to apply"
Do not wait, apply NOW!  Please submit your resume by clicking the 'APPLY' button and attaching your resume.

right people, right job, right time.
  Bettina Galt
Complete Staff Solutions, Penrith
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Explorers Early learning are currently seeking suitably qualified and experienced Assistant Educators to join our team at Armadale House.
The aim at Explorers is to create a quality learning environment where children can 'explore' allowing them to learn, develop and most importantly, have a sense of being and belonging.
Working within various teams you will be required to engage and provide a high quality learning curriculum for all children and families. An understanding of the Reggio Emilia approach and a passion for sustainable practice will be highly regarded.
The service utilises an online curriculum therefore the successful candidate must be comfortable with technology and have the willingness to learn new skills.
The role in detail:
Part Time, Full Time or Casual  Paid professional development Child care discount for children attending the service Centre opening hours 7am - 6.30pm
Key requirements:
Diploma of Children Services, Certificate three or equivalent First Aid, Asthma and Anaphylaxis training Working with children check Bubbly, outgoing and positive outgoing Strong understanding of the EYLF and NQS
If you are interested please apply today!
Enquiries: Sarah-Jane Rapa
Ph: *****00 + click to reveal
Applications Close: 31/08/2017
Permanent Full Time
Stimulating Social Work role Support parenting & family functioning Assessment specialisation Build and maintain community linkages and relationships Vibrant team and supportive leadership Experienced Social Workers - bring your experience and specialisation Permanent Full time Windsor Reputable Not for Profit – well established and growing
Uniting Connections is a community organisation supporting over 2000 people every week. We work on family strengthening and early intervention services for people in need. We make a practical difference in people’s everyday lives, giving them a better chance in life now and in the future.
We have an exciting opportunity for a Local Assessment Coordinator to join us based in Windsor.
The Family Services program:
Aims to support families who are experiencing high levels of stress and difficulties that impact on parenting, family life and children’s well being Respond to referrals from Child FIRST Provides home based supports through assertive outreach
In a typical day, a Local Assessment Coordinator might:
Use a creative approach to arrange a visit with a reluctant new family Build rapport to carry out a strengths and risk assessment in the client’s home Process L17 referrals and coordinate with other local service providers Finalise case notes and prepare a report for other agencies that you are working with on a complex case Discuss a difficult case with your team members in a Reflective Practice meeting
Connections offers employees:
A comprehensive range of professional development opportunities Supportive and regular supervision Career options through a wide range of programs and locations Salary packaging up to $15,900 per annum via Advantage salary packaging (
To be successful in your application you will meet the Key Selection Criteria in the Position Description attached, including having a relevant tertiary qualification in a Social Work or Psychology related field.
Please address the following Key Selection criteria in a separate document to be uploaded as part of your application:
List your tertiary level qualifications in Social Work, Psychology or a related field Summarise your knowledge and use of the Child Youth & Family Act 2005 and Best Interest Principles Summarise your knowledge and applied use of theoretical approaches and frameworks relevant to working with children and families Describe a challenging time you had in actively engaging with a family Describe a risk assessment you have undertaken Provide an examples of how you have planned and implemented an intervention related to the development of parenting capacity and/or family functioning
Connections is a proud organisation that takes child protection very seriously.  All candidates are subject to child safety screening and assessment against child safety standards as part of our thorough recruitment process.  Current Working With Children Check, Police Check and a Victorian drivers licence will be required for the successful applicant.
Contact us for any further questions about this role and how Connections might be a good opportunity for you:
Jessica Cain – Team Leader - *****66 + click to reveal
Connections has joined together with 21 UnitingCare agencies to form a new organisation; called Uniting (Victoria and Tasmania) Limited. From 1 July 2017 all ongoing UnitingCare employees transferred to employment with Uniting. Uniting is now one of the largest community service providers within Victoria and Tasmania. Uniting to inspire people, enliven communities and confront injustice.
Application Information
Applications to be lodged via our careers page on our website at You will be asked to upload your resume and a covering letter with your responses to the key selection criteria detailed above. We recommend that you provide examples that show the range, scale and complexity of your experiences Uniting (Victoria-Tasmania) applicants – please advise your direct manager of your interest and send a short email to the Recruiting Manager to alert them to your application; after you have lodged it on eRecruit Application closing date: Thursday 10 August 2017
Enquiries: Jessica Cain
Ph: *****66 + click to reveal
Applications Close: 10/08/2017
To view the position description or submit your application please click the 'Apply Now' button below.
Junior Solicitor
Melbourne CBD Location Ongoing Full time – 35 hours per week Newly created role - significant scope for the successful applicant to make it their own 
The leading advocate for surgical standards, professionalism and surgical education in Australia and New Zealand. 
The College is a non-for-profit organisation that represents more than 7000 surgeons and 1300 surgical trainees and International Medical Graduates. RACS also supports healthcare and surgical education in the Asia-Pacific region and is a substantial funder of surgical research. 
The role of Junior Solicitor sits within the Office of the General Counsel and provides support to the General Counsel on all legal matters relating to RACS business.  The role reports directly to the General Counsel.
The role is varied, but will primarily focus on providing legal advice relating to Training, Fellowship and membership, compliance with RACS policies and internal appeals. The role also provides legal assistance and guidance to the Complaints Manager regarding complaints made to RACS. 
The Office of the General Counsel also oversees litigation matters, so that experience in litigation processes and management of external legal solicitors is also required.
The role would suit someone with 2-4 years post admission experience, ideally gained within an employment law environment.  Exposure to administrative law is preferred but not necessary.  It is necessary however for the successful applicant to have a strong understanding of the principles of natural justice, particularly within a membership environment. 
Primary Objectivee
To provide assistance to the General Counsel in all legal matters relating to RACS. 
The key areas of responsibility are:
Ensure that RACS complies with its obligations on a regulatory, legislative and policy basis Provide assistance and advice to Specialty Training Boards Assist in management of appeals made by Trainees or International Medical Graduates Assist General Counsel in the preparation of presentations, briefs and other advisory and/or awareness-raising activities Research issues and the law as required Provide legal assistance regarding complaints to the Complaints Manager
The ideal candidate will possess the following qualifications, experience and skills:
Tertiary degree in Law Eligibility for admission as a legal practitioner Experience in interpretation of legal documents and providing legal advice Superior written communication skills, including experience in writing policies and/or reports Demonstrated ability to engage with people at all levels and obtain their trust Demonstrated ability to undertake research and analysis within an area of expertise consistent with organisational objectives
RACS offers various benefits to employees including staff discounts, a wellness program, flexible working arrangements and employee assistance. 
Enquiries can be directed to Sharon Hallett, Royal Australasian College of Surgeons ph: *****66.  + click to reveal
Applications through our employment portal close COB, 13 August 2017 and must be accompanied with a covering letter addressing how the candidate’s knowledge and experience meets the position requirements.
RACS promotes diversity - Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples are encouraged to apply.
Enquiries: Sharon Hallett
Ph: *****66 + click to reveal
Applications Close: 13/08/2017
To view the position description or submit your application please follow this link
We are a respected premium Function, Event and Catering group located in the inner suburbs of Melbourne and we are currently seeking a vibrant and experienced Function Manager to take a hands on approach to the execution and delivery for a variety of functions. Respected for our attention to detail and exquisite styling, we are looking for a like-minded individual to join our close-knit team.
The role of Function Manager will see you;
Working across a range of functions and events and overseeing all operational aspects from bump in to bump out Liaising with the guest throughout the event to ensure that expectations are being met Supervising and leading your team Engaging with suppliers Working to strict timelines
To apply for this role you will need;
Previous experience in the role of Function Manager To have worked in a busy and high volume environment An eye for detail with a creative touch Access to your own vehicle and a clean drivers license
This is an exciting role that offers opportunity for progression within a rapidly expanding company. If you are ready for your dream job....
Apply Now!!!!!
To apply online, please click on the apply button.
Alternatively, for a confidential discussion, please contact Melbourne Hospitality on *****24, + click to reveal quoting Ref No. 140672 or otherwise please check out our website for other available positions.
Significant client engagements are driving the considerable growth of RXP Services.  Be part of one of the fastest growing companies on the ASX. Multiple Engagements Available Strong Technical Environment Permanent and Contract opportunities
RXP Services is seeking an experienced Agile Business Analysts to join our growing Engage practice across Australia.  In these positions, you will utilise your stakeholder management and Agile SDLC skills on enterprise level projects.

Do you have experience with: Business analysis and requirement gathering following the Agile methodology Running workshops and interviewing stakeholders Analysing and defining a backlog with Acceptance Criteria Writing user stories and use cases Working collaboratively with stakeholders and delivery team in sprints Working on Agile projects in the digital space Mentoring other in-house BA's in Agile practices 
You will be part of a much larger team and immersed in a unique culture that takes pride in exceeding customer expectations and delivering excellence. You will work on shaping digital and technology solutions for well-known brands.   Join RXP and be part of a society that values creative thinking and fosters industry leaders who strive to be the best versions of themselves.

About Us RXP (ASX: RXP) is one of Australasia’s leading Digital & IT Services companies. We partner with Enterprise and Government agencies to help them embrace the digital economy and better serve their customers. Our knowledgeable consultants, proven digital delivery and strong vendor relationships allow us to help organisations drive better business outcomes. Learn more about joining us:

If this is what you are looking for, please send your CV (and portfolio/links) through to ***** + click to reveal citing reference number M2561 or call on *****09 + click to reveal for a confidential chat.
Join a leading ServiceNOW partner working on challenging ServiceNOW projects. This is a Functional role. Functional ServiceNOW role (not Development) Business Analysis & Strong People skills required Perm or Contract on offer
RXP Services are one of the leading ServiceNOW partners in Australia and as we continue our growth journey this year, we seek to expand our close-knit and high-performing ServiceNOW team with a talented ServiceNOW Functional Consultant to join us on our journey.
Imagine spending your days working with an experienced, collaborative team; where your contribution is vital.  Be empowered to take ownership of supporting key ServiceNOW projects.
This exciting opportunity combines partnering with key stakeholder groups and technical teams, understanding, facilitating and documenting functional project requirements and functional project delivery.  This challenging role would suit someone who takes pride in their experience, whilst leveraging their skills and knowledge to contribute to solving our clients challenges. 
This position will enable you to be part of a community of like-minded talent, with the opportunity to utilise your ServiceNOW expertise on leading edge, innovative projects.
Your background, skills and experience should demonstrate Practical experience as a ServiceNow Functional Consultant or Business Analyst with ServiceNOW project experience Facilitation and documentation of functional project requirements Exceptional stakeholder engagement and management skills - emphasis is on partnering with our client for the best project outcome  Tertiary qualifications ITIL Foundation Certificate with relevant experience Agile experience
About You
First and foremost, you are passionate about technology (particularly ServiceNOW), engaging people and using your initiative You may be an exceptional Business Analyst who has been engaged in ServiceNOW projects because of your expertise and capability or maybe you are a ServiceNow Developer who has moved away from Development because of your people skills and love of people interaction You are able to demonstrate practical and maybe even technical experience/understanding You have strong aptitude and exposure to a wide scope of IT Service Management (ITSM) / Enterprise Service Management (ESM) projects; relevant technical principles in custom and complex environments You enjoy learning and continually strive to further enhance your knowledge and experience
You will be part of a much larger team and immersed in a unique culture that takes pride in exceeding customer expectations and delivering excellence. You will work on shaping digital and technology solutions for well-known brands.   Join RXP and be part of a society that values creative thinking and fosters industry leaders who strive to be the best versions of themselves.
About Us RXP (ASX: RXP) is one of Australasia’s leading Digital & IT Services companies. We partner with Enterprise and Government agencies to help them embrace the digital economy and better serve their customers. Our knowledgeable consultants, proven digital delivery and strong vendor relationships allow us to help organisations drive better business outcomes. Learn more about joining us:

If this is what you are looking for, please send your CV (and portfolio/links) through to ***** + click to reveal citing reference number M2558 or call on *****09 + click to reveal for a confidential chat.
Client partnership opportunity. Analyse business needs to design and deliver a solution that provides robust business outcomes. Design & Development Strong Technical Environment Client Engagement
RXP Services are growing rapidly and the new financial year is off to a great start. Our Develop practice is experiencing extensive growth. We have exciting and innovative 'Agile' development projects that deliver business outcomes through implementing robust, high-value, web, digital & CRM solutions for our clients.

If you are a highly experienced and hard-working Dynamics CRM / Dynamics 365 Senior Consultant/Architect with strong technical knowledge, ideally you are confident working across the end-to-end project lifecycle, then this challenging opportunity will partner with our key client to analyse their required business needs and to design and deliver a solution that will provide the desired business outcomes.
Key responsibilities: Design and development of MS Dynamics CRM business solutions Evaluating customer business needs with input to strategic planning of business systems and directions Liaising with customers during preliminary requirements phase to establish project direction Be assigned to a CRM project and take responsibility for all stages of the project implementation lifecycle including scoping workshops, technical design, development and customisation Ensure that projects are delivered in a timely and efficient manner Manage client expectations to ensure customer satisfaction Provide consultancy advice and training to the customers to ensure complete understanding and utilisation of the company's products and solutions so that value is added to the customers' operations.
Key skills and experience required:
Experience in implementing Dynamics CRM including system design, integration or consulting Experience in and demonstration of sound business analysis and design skills Strong customer facing skills with previous experience in a consulting role highly desirable Understanding business / organisation / marketing context of business solutions Experience in object-orientated design and development of n-tier applications using VB.NET or C#, ASP.NET, MS SQL Server and Visual Studio. Ability to work confidently with new applications, software frameworks and business / IT processes The ability to engage people across all levels and manage stakeholder expectations Production of clear, detailed solution designs to be used by technical consultants to build CRM solutions Microsoft CRM certifications (desirable)
You will be part of a much larger team and immersed in a unique culture that takes pride in exceeding customer expectations and delivering excellence. You will work on shaping digital and technology solutions for well-known brands.   Join RXP and be part of a society that values creative thinking and fosters industry leaders who strive to be the best versions of themselves.

About Us RXP (ASX: RXP) is one of Australasia’s leading Digital & IT Services companies. We partner with Enterprise and Government agencies to help them embrace the digital economy and better serve their customers. Our knowledgeable consultants, proven digital delivery and strong vendor relationships allow us to help organisations drive better business outcomes. Learn more about joining us:

If this is what you are looking for, please send your CV (and portfolio/links) through to ***** + click to reveal citing reference number M2560 or call on *****09 + click to reveal for a confidential chat.
What we Want We are searching for a talented junior to mid-level property lawyer who has had strong training in fundamental property law principles including commercial and retail leasing and large scale developments. This role would suit an ambitious lawyer who is seeking  stimulating and challenging work in a supportive and relaxed corporate environment. What's on Offer You will receive fantastic training and you'll learn from professionals who are passionate about the law and mentoring. You'll liaise directly with leading business people and develop strong networks.  You'll join a positive and stimulating work environment where success is celebrated and hard work is rewarded.  To Apply   Please apply online using the links below. Otherwise please call our Associate Director of Legal Recruitment Antonia Ordon on *****32 + click to reveal quoting the above job title or send your resume direct to *****  + click to reveal   All discussions will be in strict confidence and your CV details will not be passed to any third party or prospective employer until instructed by you.     Want More?     For the best specialist advice in positioning your legal career whether that be getting the right experience to progress to Senior Associate, Partner or General Counsel, obtaining your next in-house legal counsel or private practice role, or simply maximising your review, contact Stuart Ablethorpe for a confidential discussion.       For more information on our legal recruitment services, career advice and current in-house and private practice roles, visit    Ablethorpe Recruitment is a specialist legal recruitment agency operating in Australia and internationally.