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Our client are currently seeking experienced Production Operators. They specialise and manufacture construction concrete materials. This will be a long term opportunity for the right person.
About the role:
Production Welding Manual handling Cleaning moulds Inserting reinforcement Trowelling Use of power and hand tools Work within a team to achieve production targets Quality control
To be successful you must:
Reliable transport and drivers licence 2 contactable references Must be able to pass a full medical screen Unlimited working rights
If you meet the above criteria and are available for an immediate start please click the Apply button. If you have any questions then please call Programmed Skilled Workforce on *****00 + click to reveal.
As one of Australia's largest employers, we work with great companies all around Australia and New Zealand to give you the best opportunities to work when and where you want to.
At Programmed, we are committed to creating a safe and inclusive environment which values and respects diverse styles, backgrounds, experiences and perspectives.
We welcome and encourage women, people of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander descent and people from diverse backgrounds to apply.
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Juniper is GROWING! Due to some internal restructures and new site openings we are seeking a talented Registered Nurse to join our team as a Care Coordinator at our Riverslea facility located in Mt Lawley.
What's on offer?
Attractive remuneration level,  $41.93 - $44.27 per hour based on experience, plus super Salary packaging of up to $15,900 p/a including the option to salary package a vehicle Free parking on site Employment within a growing sector Professional development and career progression
About  Riverslea
Juniper Riverslea is a residential care facility in Mount Lawley providing care and accommodation for 46 residents. With unbeatable views overlooking the Swan River, Juniper Riverslea provides residents with single bedrooms and private ensuites, within a peaceful and homely environment.
About the Role
This position is responsible for clinical leadership, coordinating resident care and facilitating the provision of person centred, clinical and care services. The successful applicant will ensure all services are provided in a manner that recognises the importance of helping residents maintain their quality of life and adheres to the core values and guiding principles of Juniper.
The successful applicant will be appointed to a full time position, working Monday to Friday, within the core business hours.
 
Key Responsibilities of this role:
Comprehensive clinical assessment and review of residents' care needs Provide leadership and promote a collaborative approach to clinical and care staff to ensure delivery of person-centred care Actively supporting and working cohesively with the clinical care team Support the Residential Manager in identifying training needs and performance management of clinical and care staff Facilitate and coordinate the admission process for new residents Review ACFI appraisals prior to being submitted to Medicare, analysing and reporting any anomalies to the Residential Manager
 
The Skills, Knowledge and Experience required
Current registration with the Nursing and Midwifery Board of Australia Previous experience leading clinical and/or care teams (desirable) Comprehensive knowledge of evidence based clinical and care practices Demonstrated knowledge of continuous improvement, accreditation requirements, ACFI funding requirements and documentation Experience with clinical problem solving and a commitment to delivering high quality, resident focused care
 If you require further information or for a confidential discussion about this opportunity please call Megan Hayes.
People of all ages are encouraged to apply. Juniper may commence the recruitment process prior to the advertised closing date.
Enquiries: Megan Hayes
Ph: *****08 + click to reveal
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Nexus is a national company that supplies and hires to the construction industry and is seeking a reliable and dedicated Store Person for our WA branch located in Gnangara.
The successful applicant will have the following skills and experience:
Forklift licence Warehouse experience Good communication skills Flexible with duties Able to fill out paperwork Able to pick and pack orders
Reporting to the WA Manager, you will be responsible for the loading and unloading of trucks, preparation of goods for delivery, general warehouse duties and deliveries to site.
To apply please forward your resume to *****@nexuscs.com.au + click to reveal
 
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Our Company
Homebuyers Centre are a market leading residential builder in Perth and proudly part of the ABN Group - Australia's leaders in construction, property and finance.
We pride ourselves on consistently delivering a quality product and an excellent customer service experience. With our success being attributed directly to the quality and passion of our people.
We are currently recruiting for a Service Manager to complement our highly experienced Construction team.
The Role
As a Service Manager, you will utilise your extensive technical and practical construction knowledge to achieve timely and effective customer resolutions, managing any service queries required for the maintenance of our homes.
Your role will include but not limited to:
Manage home maintenace for all of our products are completed to the highest standard Conduct routine service inspections Manage remedial works and conduct quality control checks to ensure exceptional results  Provide assistance with construction queries Effectively communicate, promote and maintain safe working environment / practices on site Ensure any issues or queries are effectively managed and resolved in a timely manner
You (Key Selection Criteria)
To succeed in this role you will have the following attributes:
Minimum 5 years' experience within the residential building industry Certificate IV in Building & Construction Proficient in Microsoft Office Suite Excellent written & verbal communication Passionate about delivering exceptional customer service to every business stakeholder Well organised and superior time management Driven for continuous improvement
What's Next?
We are looking to fill this role immediately so if you believe that you have the qualities and skills that we are looking for, please submit your resume and one-page cover letter addressing the key selection criteria. Should further information be required about this role please contact our Building Manager, Pete Robbins *****89 + click to reveal
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Chemform is a medium sized privately owned business based in Balcatta.
The company is a rapidly growing manufacturer and distributor of chemicals that supplies many different market sectors.
Chemform has an opening for a store person/relief driver in the despatch department. This position will assist the Despatch Manager in the day to day operation of the despatch department by picking stock, preparing and delivering loads and maintaining the despatch department.
It is a full time position (38 hours per week).  Starting wage rates are well above award rates and are based on qualifications and experience.  A three month probationary period applies.
                                                
The job involves (but not limited to):
Picking and preparing stock/orders Conduct deliveries and collection of goods Driving forklifts General warehouse duties Ensure stock is clean, presentable and suitable for despatch Transferring stock from production to despatch department
 
Essential Qualifications:
Forklift License LF (forklift truck) – to meet the requirements of Worksafe W.A.
Driver’s License – current ‘MR’ truck drivers license
Evidence of these two licenses must be brought to the interview
Desired Knowledge and Experience:
Applicants with previous experience working in chemical stores and transportation will be highly regarded.
LO (order picking forklift truck)
Truck Driving - previous experience as a delivery driver and a good knowledge of the Perth metropolitan region.
Dangerous Goods Legislation - an understanding of classifications and regulations associated with the storage and transportation of dangerous goods.
Applicants must be fit and healthy and prepared to pass a physical examination prior to appointment
Please apply in writing and provide a current resume to:
HR Administrator
E-mail:            *****@chemform.com.au + click to reveal
Fax:                *****60 + click to reveal
Post:               PO Box 188 Tuart Hill 6060          
 
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Perth based and site work Immediate starts available - Contract positions Excellent Perth based hourly rate - Increased rate for site work
Western Work Force is an Australian owned company based in Perth, Western Australia. We are a market leader in providing temporary, contract and permanent staffing solutions to the Construction, Mining and Oil & Gas industries through Western Australia.
Our Client is seeking Control Systems Engineer’s due to recently securing new contracts across various industry sectors. These positions are offered on a contract basis and will suit Engineers who have gained a minimum of 3 years’ experience with PLC and SCADA development/Coding and site commissioning. In addition, there will also be a requirement for an experienced Control Systems Engineer to perform PLC and SCADA upgrades at a WA based processing plant.
The main works for these contracts will be performed at their office location based in the northern suburbs, however all positions will require you to attend various sites as and when required by the Client.
KEY RESPONSIBILITIES AND DUTIES INCLUDE:
Minimum 3years’ experience working with PLC, SCADA development/design and programming and familiar with Rockwell PLC, GE Fanuc, Rx3i PLC Demonstrated experience with commissioning activities, controls, coding and function block diagrams Some site experience gained within the mining and resources industry Strong verbal and written communication skills Ability to work within a small team and unsupervised
KEY SKILLS, EXPERIENCE AND QUALIFICATIONS REQUIRED
Degree qualifications (Electrical, Electronics or Mechatronics Engineering) Proficient in design and implementation of PLC systems Proficient in PLC programming/coding and SCADA development Preferably have an instrumentational or electrical background Experience with production and commissioning activities on a mineral processing plant or similar Current Drivers Licence
WHAT OUR CLIENT OFFERS:
Excellent hourly rates Excellent working conditions Exciting, challenging and rewarding position Supportive small team environment with a strong company culture and values Possibility for on-going work
Applications:
If you feel you met the above criteria and looking for a challenging yet rewarding role, please click “APPLY” and contact us on *****77 + click to reveal for a confidential discussion.
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Sugarman Group are seeking self motivated and enthusiastic In Home Suppot Workers to join the Perth team due to expansion of services in Perth Northern Suburbs.
Sugarman Group are Passionate about delivering the highest quality of Care to our clients and believe in the importance of Job Matching and supporting you to reach your career goals.
Due to an increase in, in-home support requirements, We are looking for support workers who are available for short shifts (2 hours minimum). These shifts might include several clients per day in multiple locations.These services can include providing the following support (but not limited too):
Personal care Light domestics Medication administration Respite Social support
Who are we?
Sugarman Australia currently partner and support Disability and Aged CareOrganisations andHospitals within the healthcare industry with their recruitment needs. Our Social Care division have several opportunities available throughout Northern Perth Suburbs.
To apply for this position we require;
At least 12 months experience (Paid Working Experience)
National Police clearance (Dated within 12 Months)
Current First Aid / CPR (Dated within 12 Months)
Current Manual Handling (Dated within 12 Months)
Current Medication administration (Dated within 12 Months)
Flexible Availability (Min 20 Hours per week)

Skills and Responsibilities
In-Home Care, Community and Facility Settings Work with complex care needs and challenging behaviours Experience in assisting people to make choices enabling them to reach their full health and wellbeing potential. Understanding of the needs of people from a diverse range of backgrounds. Excellent communication skills, both written and verbal
It is necessary for applicants to have all the above Essential Criteria to apply for the position. Applications from individuals who do not meet the above criteria will not be short listed
If you enjoy making a positive impact in the lives of others and meet our criteria then hit the [APPLY NOW] button to submit your cv.
Caitlin Hooper | Recruitment Consultant Social Care | 08 9…show number
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Our client, located North of the River, requires the services of a Mechanical Fitter to join their team.
Monday to Friday, 7am - 3pm, some overtime including saturday work may be required. Ongoing role for the right candidate.
You must have the below to be considered for this role; Australian Recognised Trade qualification as Fitter/ Mechanical Engineer Previous experience in a manufacturing environment is essential Have current LF Forklift Licence Have current RB / RI / RA Rigging Licence Overhead gantry crane experience Welding knowledge and experience Own hand tools Ability to use measuring tools and equipment Understanding and compliance with workplace safety culture and policies Be trusted and able to work alone unsupervised Flexible work attitude, proactive, hard working Ability to commit to a possible ongoing role Ability to work overtime, including Saturdays if required
All applicants must be able to pass pre employment medical including drug and alcohol on the day of interview.
To apply please apply now online or email your resume outlining your experience to *****@labourforce.com.au + click to reveal.
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Plus Fitness is one of Australia's fastest growing groups of Gyms. As we grow we are continually looking for motivated, committed and passionate people to join our team.
The Crèche Assistant is responsible for the delivery of educational, fun and engaging Crèche Programs, ensuring quality care and supervision of children services that are safe and professionally delivered in accordance with Plus Fitness requirements and State regulations. Through a strong customer service focus, the Crèche Assistant will ensure children and their parents are gaining maximum benefit and enjoyment from the services provided. To be considered for this role you will be experienced in the supervision and delivery of fun and exciting learning activities with groups of children from 6 weeks to 13 years of age.
A Child Care qualification (minimum Certificate III in Children's Services or similar) is required, as is Senior/Apply First Aid qualifications plus a working with children check and police clearance.
The ability to adapt to a growing and changing environment is essential, with experience in a start-up business preferred. Plus Fitness crèche facilities will offer members and patrons an opportunity to pursue their health and fitness needs while their children are cared for by professional and friendly staff. This is an incredible opportunity to be involved in a unique start-up organisation and establish this new state of-the art facility as an industry leader, whilst creating an environment that encourages safety and customer service excellence.
KEY WORKING RELATIONSHIPS Key relationships include:
 Other Creche staff 
  Club Manager
  Owner of the business.
KEY AREAS OF RESPONSIBILITY The Crèche Assistant's responsibilities include:
 Assist in the coordination of the day to day running of the Centre's crèche service each morning and evening
 Cash handling/eftpos and customer service
 Answering phone calls and taking creche bookings
 Ensure a high level of customer services is provided
 Follow the daily programs put together by the Crèche Coordinator to maximise the opportunities for the child's learning, interaction and participation
 Supervise the activities of children and maintain a clean and safe area
 Foster children's learning through the setting up of age appropriate games and activities in line with the daily Programs Plan
 Maintain visual and auditory supervision at all times
 Ensure the safety and well being of each child and maintain a creative and playful atmosphere for all participants
 Programming of fun and exciting learning activities for pre-school aged children linking to the appropriate Frameworks
 Assist with data collection and collation of crèche patronage
 Ensure all equipment and facilities are stored maintained in a safe and operational condition
 Perform Rostered maintenance and cleaning duties
 Identify and respond to any emergency, and complete the relevant incident report
 Provide first aid as required and complete associated reports as necessary
 Provide input into the development of improved procedures and processes to enable continuous improvement
 Provide feedback and make recommendations on improvements to the manager
 Other duties may be allocated from time to time.
These will be in accordance with the employee's range of skills, competence, training and/or experience or be part of a training/development SELECTION CRITERIA In addition to demonstrating relevant experiences across the core functional areas of responsibility identified in this position overview, candidates applying for the Crèche Assistant role will require a range of personal and professional skills, including:
Essential Criteria :
 Qualification in Child Care (Certificate III in Children's Services or similar)
 Current Senior/Apply First Aid and CPR
 Clearance from a Working With Children Check and National Police Check (or willingness to obtain)
 Experience in the supervision of pre-school aged children
 Demonstrated knowledge and hands on experience in a high quality crèche program
 Experience in the delivery of fun and exciting learning activities for pre-school aged children
 Ability to interact with children in a positive, sensitive and respectful manner
 Ability to work with individual children with particular needs
 Highly developed observation and reporting skills
 Recognition of the needs of children and the ability to nurture and support children new to the service
 Maintain high standards of presentation and personal grooming
 Effective communication and interpersonal skills
 Ability to work with enthusiasm and professionalism
 Strong customer service and conflict resolution skills Desirable
 Strong knowledge of National Quality Framework & Early Years Learning Framework
 Strong Knowledge and Understanding of WA children's services legislation
 Understanding of large leisure centres
 Occupational Health and Safety Certification
 Safeguarding Young Children Training
Please send through your detailed Cover Letter & Resume addressing your suitability for the role advertised. All applications will be treated with confidence.
Due to the large amount of applicants only successful applications will be contacted.
Apply Now or Please Send through your Cover Letter & Resume to *****@plusfitness.com.au + click to reveal
 
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"Are you ready to WOW customers for one of Perth's leading air-conditioning companies"?
Ambience Air is committed to being Western Australia's leading and most innovative Air-conditioning Group. We will achieve this by being an employer of choice for our team and a partner of choice for our valued customers. We aim to be the best service provider through our unique delivery model of specialist skills entertaining only the most experienced personnel in the industry.
The Administrative Sales Assistant we are we're looking for will have had a number of years' experience assisting customers and supporting sales staff. you will be a friendly, courteous, and self-motivated team player, experienced in general office duties with an enthusiastic phone manner and great people skills.
This Administrative Sales Assistant position is a dynamic mixture of:
Store sales support and selling; beginning with initial customer contact, managing leads, appointment bookings, quote follow up, selling over the phone & trade selling. Scheduling of store installations and with contractor coordination. Debt collection; following up of installation completion and payment. After sales and customer care liaison. General office administration tasks and showroom presentation. Warehouse management, with distribution and inventory control.  
A mature candidate who is highly competent with computers, social media savvy and has outstanding customer relationship skills will do well in this position. In addition, someone who is eager, assertive and sales focused will excel and reap the rewards.
You will be based in our Joondalup office and receive well above industry remuneration. All systems and procedures are in place for an immediate start with full support and training available.  
This is a fantastic opportunity to be part of a successful team.
If you believe this is the role for you, please send your resume and covering letter to *****@ambienceair.com.au + click to reveal.
We look forward to receiving application!
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Our client is a large not for profit child care provider who is currently looking for an experienced assistant director to provide relief cover for 6 weeks. They are committed to finding someone who has experience in a similar role and is flexible to stay on longer than 6 weeks if needed. This is a 70 place centre with 19 children.
They are looking for someone who is degree qualified and has experience as an assistant director in a similar size centre. You will need to be confident stepping in and running the centre in the directors absence and maintain a safe environment for children, staff and parents.
The Benefits:
Flights, accommodation and meals provided Supportive and friendly team
To be considered you will need:
Relevant children services qualification Supervising Officers Certificate - Advantageous but not a necessity A current working with children check and national police clearance (no older than 12 months) First Aid, Asthma & Anaphylaxis Certificates and CPR Minimum of 12 months experience in a similar role
To apply please either use the apply now button below, send your resume through to *****@sugarmangroup.com.au + click to reveal - specialist education recruiter or call me for a confidential discussion on *****43 + click to reveal.
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About us
We are a multidisciplinary clinic located in Carine and have been operating for 13 years. 
Our focus is to provide physio care through hands-on and specific movement re education to kids, retirees, sporting professionals or office workers. In addition to individual instruction and programs, we offer over 30 specialty group classes per week to cater for differing needs.
Perks & Culture 
We are an approachable and progressive clinic with a friendly and supportive culture that encourages professional growth.
Additional benefits: 
Opportunity for fully paid Gyrokinesis training - we are the only physiotherapy practice teaching this method in WA at the moment Monthly in house PD and paid external PD Complimentary access to exercise sessions  Easily accessible with parking on site Plenty of opportunity to progress into a leadership or business manager positions Flexibility with hours and work days
About the position 
This part time position based in Carine with view to full time if desired. You will manage an existing ready to go case load of beautiful clients, with a focus on hands-on physio and movement re-education.
Skills & Requirements 
Registered with APHRA Formal qualifications in Physiotherapy Prior experience as a Physiotherapist
To express your interest please apply via SEEK or contact the practice owner; Vanessa on *****75 + click to reveal.
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MercyCare is a leading Catholic provider of aged care, family, health, disability and community services. We employ over 1000 staff and 175 volunteers, delivering more than 40 programs and services, from 35 locations throughout Western Australia.
Our Vision is for people and communities to thrive and we are guided by a person-centred approach in all aspects of service delivery. We are committed to safeguarding children, and young and vulnerable people; working in partnership with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people for our shared future; embracing diversity and creating a welcoming and inclusive environment for our service users, employees and volunteers.
About the role
MercyCare is seeking a Case Worker to join our Mirrabooka team on a full-time basis. This is a fixed term contract ending December 2018
The Case worker with MercyCare Reconnect is primarily responsible for providing an outreach service which includes counselling, mediation, advocacy and practical support to young people and their families, in accordance with MercyCare ethos, Mission and Values, Reconnect Program Guidelines and other established Policies and Procedures.
Minimum requirements
Tertiary qualification in relevant Human Services area Demonstrated experience in providing family focused services, Knowledge of issues presented by homeless youth, those at risk of homelessness and their families Understanding of contemporary trauma informed, evidence based service models for working with young people Demonstrated experience in and knowledge of case work practice within the community sector Working with Children (Criminal Record Checking) License C Class Driver’s License National Police Clearance (obtained within the last 6 months)
To Apply
Previous applicants need not apply.
Please visit our website at mercycare.com.au to view the position description and to apply.
Applications close on 4 June 2018. Shortlisting for this position will commence immediately and the position may close earlier than stated if we have found a suitable candidate.
For further information, please contact Yanthe McIntyre-Gadsby, Coordinator Youth Services - North on *****04 + click to reveal.
MercyCare is committed to building an inclusive environment which respects the inherent dignity of every individual.
We welcome and encourage applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, people with disability and people from culturally diverse backgrounds.
MercyCare is committed to the protection of children and young people
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MercyCare is a leading Catholic provider of aged care, family, health, disability and community services. We employ over 1000 staff and 175 volunteers, delivering more than 40 programs and services, from 35 locations throughout Western Australia.
Our Vision is for people and communities to thrive and we are guided by a person-centred approach in all aspects of service delivery. We are committed to safeguarding children, and young and vulnerable people; working in partnership with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people for our shared future; embracing diversity and creating a welcoming and inclusive environment for our service users, employees and volunteers.
About the role
MercyCare is seeking a Case Worker to join our Mirrabooka team on a full-time basis. This is a fixed term contract ending December 2018
The Case worker with MercyCare Reconnect is primarily responsible for providing an outreach service which includes counselling, mediation, advocacy and practical support to young people and their families, in accordance with MercyCare ethos, Mission and Values, Reconnect Program Guidelines and other established Policies and Procedures.
Minimum requirements
Tertiary qualification in relevant Human Services area Demonstrated experience in providing family focused services, Knowledge of issues presented by homeless youth, those at risk of homelessness and their families Understanding of contemporary trauma informed, evidence based service models for working with young people Demonstrated experience in and knowledge of case work practice within the community sector Working with Children (Criminal Record Checking) License C Class Driver’s License National Police Clearance (obtained within the last 6 months)
To Apply
Previous applicants need not apply.
Please visit our website at mercycare.com.au to view the position description and to apply.
Applications close on 4 June 2018. Shortlisting for this position will commence immediately and the position may close earlier than stated if we have found a suitable candidate.
For further information, please contact Yanthe McIntyre-Gadsby, Coordinator Youth Services - North on *****04 + click to reveal.
MercyCare is committed to building an inclusive environment which respects the inherent dignity of every individual.
We welcome and encourage applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, people with disability and people from culturally diverse backgrounds.
MercyCare is committed to the protection of children and young people
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The Wanneroo Basketball Association is currently advertising for a new position, the Competitions Coordinator.
With a vision to be the destination of choice for Basketball, the Association is currently seeking an appropriately qualified, professional high achiever to undertake competition delivery and maintain and continually improve the club's commitment to effective member service and stakeholder liaison. 
The full-time, fixed-term role will oversee competition delivery and stakeholder management across all the Wanneroo Basketball Association venues.
As a key point of contact, you will form effective and enduring relationships with Games Managers, Door Staff and various Domestic Competition stakeholders to support the growth and sustainable delivery of the Wolves various domestic competitions and develop and manage the policies and procedures of WBA.
The position description for the role can be found directly at www.wolfpackbasketball.com.au.
Applications must directly address each of the essential personal qualities outlined for the role, and applications are to be submitted directly to *****@wolves.asn.au + click to reveal
Applications close 5pm on Tuesday June 5.
The Wanneroo Basketball Association is an equal-opportunity employer that embraces diversity. 
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About the Organisation
Our client, Community Vision is a not for profit community organisation based in the northern suburbs of Perth delivering a range of quality services to people with disabilities, the elderly and families to maintain and enhance quality of life that is meaningful to them.
About the role
We are looking for qualified, enthusiastic and compassionate people to join a team of support workers who are providing support and personal care to clients, some with complex needs and some with challenging behaviours. Most suitable for candidates with previous experience working in a community setting and with good availability across the week.
Requirements:
Cert III Disability Services  Proof of eligibility to work in Australia Manual Handling Certificate (not older than 6 months) Satisfactory National Police Clearance (not older than 6 months) Working with Children's Check card Current First Aid Certificate  "C" class drivers license Own reliable, licensed and insured vehicle Own mobile phone Multi lingual skills desirable
Preferable:
Infection Control Management Medication Management Epilepsy Management
To apply, email your cover letter and resume with contact details of two current referees to *****@all4people.com + click to reveal
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Zig Zags OSHC is a family run business, operating since 2011 and providing quality vacation, before and after school care programmes. We have five OSHC centres and are located in the Northern Suburbs of Perth.
Providing a quality service is very important and we have recently received Exceeding Quality Standards in our last assessment and ratings. 
We are looking for a passionate and experienced individual to work within our OSHC service on a permanent basis.
           Key Selection Criteria 
Excellent industry knowledge ie; My Time Our Place
Knowledge of the Australian Children's Education & Care Quality Authority (ACECQA) and Framework
Good communication and negotiation skills
Excellent organisational skills
Effective computer skills
Current WWCC and national police clearance
Desirable Selection Criteria 
Certificate IV or Diploma of Children's Services or relevant qualification Own transport  

This is a permanent part time position Monday - Friday before school, after school and vacation care.  Please submit your covering letter and CV to Lorraine Ablett, Director.  For further information please call Lorraine Ablett on *****16 + click to reveal.
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Martini Travel are currently looking for an experienced consultant to join our team in a full time capacity. 
Working from a home office environment, with predominantly repeat and referral business, your customer service skills and travel knowledge will be exceptional.
Good base salary and generous commission structure, and most of all a relaxed and fun working environment.
Corporate and/or Retail travel experience essential as is a big focus on outstanding customer service.
Please send your resume through to *****@martinitravel.com.au + click to reveal or call *****78 + click to reveal for more info.
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Responsibilities of the role:
You will provide overall assistance to one of Perth's TOP Real Estate Agents' daily workload which will include, but will not be limited to the following duties:
Extensive diary management on behalf of Sales Representative Commence, manage and oversee marketing responsibilities such as prints, signage, brochures and home opens. Provide ongoing marketing, sales and administrative duties where required Contracts administration Appraisal preparation Listing file management Assisting with home opens and private viewings  Sales to settlement co-ordination - liaising with settlement agents, buyers, and sellers You will essentially be the right-hand for the Director while they maintain control at the higher level.
Benefits: Convenient NOR location - parking included Progress your Real Estate Sales career by developing your skills in such a diverse and fast-paced role Don't settle for sitting behind the scenes - this role will have you out and about in-front of clients, suppliers and running errands!
Your experience:
Our client is seeking a motivated and enthusiastic individual who has previously worked in the Real Estate industry in WA. To be considered for this role, you will ideally possess the following:
Previous experience as a Sales PA to a leading Sales Rep Real Estate Sales Registration  Valid Driver's License with clean police record Be HUNGRY and MOTIVATED to succeed Must be available to start immediately Have developed the ability to build and maintain trusted working relationships
How to Apply 
Click APPLY NOW or contact Cassandra Ryper on *****00 + click to reveal or *****79 + click to reveal for a confidential chat about this role.
  
Please note that due to a high amount of applications, only shortlisted candidates will be contacted. Only Australian permanent residents are eligible to apply.
  
Experienced Real Estate Professionals are encouraged to keep in touch with me for any upcoming opportunities.
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Our Values
Compassion, People Focused, Inclusivity, Integrity, Respect, Teamwork
About Us
Black Swan Health proudly provides high quality, evidence-based, safe health services.
With several funding streams, Black Swan Health delivers a range of primary health, mental health, and disability services including (but not limited to), Partners in Recovery (PIR), counselling services, psychosis and a diverse range of mental health services, disability services and supports, GP services including the iconic Freo Street Doctor, multidisciplinary chronic conditions services, and headspace centres.
Black Swan Health is an independent not-for-profit organisation governed by an experienced and skills-based Board of Directors.
About the Role
The Chief Governance Officer is a key member of the Executive Management Team (EMT) and plays a crucial role in the corporate and clinical governance of the organisation. The Chief Governance Officer is responsible for and required to work with the Managing Director and CEO, Chief Finance Officer, Operations Executives, and Managers to coordinate and implement policy, quality, risk management, compliance, and reporting functions in line with the objectives of the organisation and the requirements of other relevant bodies and legislation.
This role will be full-time based in Osborne Park with travel to other sites as required. 
About You
Essential:
Relevant professional degree & prior Executive role experience. Demonstrated experience and understanding of Governance, Risk, Audit and Compliance frameworks and processes, and developing and maintaining existing quality and compliance management frameworks, against external standards. Experience in researching and writing policies and procedures. Experience working with boards & knowledge of the Corporations Act. High level computer skills including demonstrated experience with Windows based packages. Demonstrated effective interpersonal liaison skills, excellent written and oral communication skills. Exceptional attention to detail and organisational ability, strong analytical skills. Team player with experience working within an Executive team, ability to lead a team as well as self motivated to work independently.
Desirable: 
Knowledge and understanding of occupational health and safety (OHS) and the Privacy Act. An MBA and / or legal background is highly desirable but not essential. Demonstrated understanding of and a high level of experience in undertaking quality improvement activities and accreditation processes.
If you are interested in this opportunity, please click the APPLY button below or alternatively email to *****@blackswanhealth.com.au + click to reveal quoting reference number BSH0113. Your application should include (in one file) a covering letter addressing the selection criteria  accompanied by your resume.
Confidential enquiries may be directed to Tracy Bennett, HR Manger on *****82 + click to reveal.
Black Swan Health Limited is committed to embracing diversity and eliminating all forms of discrimination in the provision of health services. We welcome all people irrespective of ethnicity, lifestyle choice, faith, sexual orientation and gender identity. We strongly encourage applications from Aboriginal or Torres Straight Islander peoples, people from culturally diverse backgrounds and people with disabilities.
Black Swan Health reserve the right to commence shortlisting immediately.