About The Role:
Work for this great community-based service provider. You will have a good understanding of various networks and how they all intertwine as you will be providing services to a lot of external agencies whether it be private, government or not-for-profit. You can be a general Psychologists and work across all areas below or there is scope for you to specialise in one area:
Trauma Suicide Prevention Alcohol & other drugs Disability & NDIS EAP
On Offer:
Permanent role full-time Various locations available Salary $80k - $115k + super + other benefits
Role Requirements:
Must be a registered Psychologist or Clinical Psychologist MUST have current registration with AHPRA Demonstrated knowledge, skills, and clinical experience in a similar role Must hold Australian Citizenship, or be a permanent resident of Australia Current Drivers Licence You will require a National Police Check You will require a Working with Children Check
To find out more information and have a confidential chat please call Carly on *****43 + click to reveal or email ***** + click to reveal
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 Project & Engineering Manager who is responsible for providing vision and leadership to other site team members and producing a capital application based on world best practice in sawmilling. The Project & Engineering Manager is a key member of the site management team.
This permanent, full time position reports directly to the Facility Manager. This role will be based at our Tarpeena sawmill in South Australia.
Your key responsibilities will include:
Managing, developing and planning the major sawmill upgrades on site and capital application improvements Continuous Improvement relating to team approach to improve recoveries and productivity Technical support for Tarpeena maintenance and production teams Support and maintain the R&D process at site level Maintain the highest level of safety leadership
Qualifications and Qualities that you will bring to Timberlink:
Mechanical Engineering Degree Qualifications or similar experience Manufacturing Industry and Project Management experience Ability to read, analyse and interpret general business periodicals, professional journals, technical procedures, or governmental regulations Ability to write reports, business correspondence, and procedure manuals. CAD Financial Management
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 ***** + click to reveal. Please note that applications close by Friday, 1st June 2018.
No agencies or cold calling please!
Child and Family Assessment and Referral Networks (CFARNs) is a Department for Education pilot program that will provide coordinated, targeted and culturally appropriate earlier intervention for infants 0-24 months and their families to improve their safety, health, development and education outcomes where risk factors exist. Through Department for Education, the Children's and Family Assessment and Referral Networks (CFARNs) will deliver an improved collaborative and coordinated response of services and programs to meet the needs of families whose children are at risk.
The Senior Practitioner is responsible for provision of a range of interventions for vulnerable infants and parents in the Limestone Coast region. The Senior Practitioner will work collaboratively with DECD and SA Health Managers, key partners both Government and Non- Government organisations, team members and contributes to the achievement of the CFARN Pilot aims and objectives. The Senior Practitioner contributes towards staff knowledge, skills and abilities to work effectively with families experiencing complex issues.
The position contributes to the development and implementation of a service of best practice delivering a client focused service, delivering and supporting staff training and supporting the effective and efficient operation of the Local Partners Group. The role also contributes to the maintenance of data and record management to improve service delivery, develops skills and expertise in a specialised area and supports and actively participates in a positive culture and safe work environment.
Essential Qualifications: An appropriate Social Work qualification from a recognised tertiary institution giving eligibility for full membership with the Australian Association of Social Workers or an appropriate degree or equivalent qualification and general registration with the Psychology Board of Australia. Registration must be obtained prior to commencement in position.
Special Conditions: The successful applicant is required to gain a Department of Human Services (DHS) child-related employment screening prior to being employed which is required to be renewed every three years before expiry. The incumbent will be required to undertake Responding to Abuse & Neglect (RAN) full day/online training course every three years. For all other Special Conditions please refer to the Role Description. A current driver's licence and willingness to drive is required.
Please note this is a contract / term vacancy until 29 June 2019.
For information and details on how to apply for this vacancy, applicants are required to visit and search for vacancy number 312213.
Enquiries to Sacha Gower on *****53 + click to reveal or ***** + click to reveal
Applications close 30 May 2018.
Tourism at the City of Mount Gambier has a strategic focus on marketing, product development, planning and advocacy to further develop the visitor economy of Mount Gambier and the region. Our aim is to ensure visitors engage early, stay longer, spend more and become advocates for Mount Gambier.
Reporting to the Manager Tourism and Economic Development, this position is primarily responsible for
digital content for the website and tourism social media platforms including; taking and managing photography and videos, blogs and interviews, creating, uploading and monitoring content supporting other business units within Council on specific projects.
Key Results Areas:
Develop & maintain high quality effective online content Monitoring and reporting of online activity. Build and maintain positive relationships with all stakeholders. Support Tourism, Marketing and Communications activity. Assist Manager Tourism and Economic Development to support the industry body, Tourism Mount Gambier, as directed.
This position is offered on a full-time fixed-term (2 years) basis, classified at Level 3 ($68,974 - $74,270 per annum) of the SA Municipal Officers Award and Council’s Enterprise Bargaining Agreement.
Position enquiries:
Donna Foster
Manager Tourism and Economic Development
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Further information regarding the position including the Position Description which identifies key competencies and selection criteria is available from City of Mount Gambier website and should be obtained prior to submitting an application.
Applications must specifically address the key competencies and selection criteria, together with their resume and contact details of at least three referees.
Position closes: 5.00pm, Tuesday 5th June, 2018
Applications are required to be submitted via email to:
Narelle Lewis
Human Resources Department
Email: ***** + click to reveal
A fantastic opportunity for a passionate Clinic Nurse looking to contribute to “Closing the Gap” for Indigenous Health Outcomes in a Community Controlled Health Service setting.
Join a committed team of professionals in Mount Gambier delivering services to the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities across the Limestone Coast.
Providing high quality Clinical Nursing services to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people in a culturally appropriate manner. Providing support to GP's and other allied health workers within a collaborative team approach.
Must be currently registered with AHPRA. Must have current or obtain a National Police Certificate and DCSI Working with Children Clearance. Minimum 2 years recent nursing experience. Acute Care/GP Practice experience.
Knowledge and experience working with Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander People. Excellent communication skills. Excellent time management skills and multi-tasking ability. Well-developed triage and assessment skills.
6 month probationary period apples.
Applications close Monday June 4th 2018 at 5pm.
Please direct all enquiries and applications to Danielle Burford (08)…show number or danielle.burford@…show email with a current resume and cover letter addressing the Job and Person Specification.
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander People are strongly encouraged to apply
New Graduates welcome to apply
A great opportunity exists for a full time (locum or permanent) motivated physiotherapist in the regional town of Naracoorte.  We are seeking a confident communicator with the ability to work independently and within a team environment. 

We are currently a team of 3 physiotherapists and 2 admin staff in a modern clinic with a hydro pool, providing hospital inpatient and public & private outpatient treatment as well as opportunities in occupational health, paediatrics and Pilates classes.

This is an ideal position for a new graduate, as well as the more experienced physio, to consolidate their learning in a supportive environment with above award rates of pay, a weekly mentoring program and dedication to ongoing professional development.

On Offer
Full time position for a qualified physiotherapist with AHPRA registration.
Generous payments.  Base rate $60 – 75k per annum dependent on experience with additional option of commission based payment.  4 weeks annual leave, 2 weeks sick leave, 9.5% superannuation.  Health Professionals & Support
Services Award conditions
Some flexibility in work hours.  Clinic opening hours:  Mon - Thursday 8:30-5:00.  Friday 8:30 - 3:00
One funded PD course up to $500 and 3 days paid study leave per year.
Accommodation supplied for locums.
Permanent positions (12 month minimum) attracts relocation assistance of $1,500 and short term rental assistance.
Regular inservice program, weekly mentoring by experienced staff
Huge variety of work available including hospital inpatients, public outpatients, private patients, paediatrics, hydrotherapy, Pilates, occupational health, women's health and more, with the scope to focus on your personal interests.
Position is available to start immediately

Naracoorte is a large regional town situated in the south east of South Australia, midway between Adelaide and Melbourne. It has a young population and many sporting clubs and facilities. Naracoorte is close to the Coonawarra wine region and the stunning Limestone Coast, known for its beaches and surf. It is a friendly and inviting town and an ideal place to further your career!

Take a look at our website for more information and testimonials from previous graduates –

To Apply
For further information please contact Practice Manager, Rosie Malcolm on *****30 + click to reveal
Please send application and CV to:   
Naracoorte Physiotherapy Clinic
PO Box 70
Naracoorte SA 5271
 OR email to:           ***** + click to reveal