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Top Urgent
About the business
Fire Cue Bar & Grill located in the bustling Nobbys Beach is a Modern Australian Charcoal Restaurant, and was voted in the TOP 100  Restaurants QLD in 2017. Headed by owner and well known chef Adam Dundas-Taylor, the restaurant is growing and evolving on a daily basis. Currently open nights Tuesday to Sunday from 5pm. At Fire Cue we only use the best ingredients, focus on execution of the cooking and presentation and the consistency.

About the role
Running the prep and service whilst leading a small kitchen brigade on a daily basis
Work with the owners in continuing to grow the product and business, whilst keeping an organised and clean working environment.
Passionately work with the owners on new ideas and concepts put forward

Benefits and perks
Great hours and pay
Great central location

Skills and experience
Previous minimum Sous Chef qualification in a fine establishment
Good communicational skills and be a strong team player
Be able to work unassisted
Be able to run a busy service and keep the high standard
Be flexible, reliable, willing to nights and weekends
Full work rights in Australia 
Please no dreamers, only dedicated, passionate and reliable applicants

If you feel that this job could be for you, please send your c.v. to *****@firecue.com.au + click to reveal
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Have you always wanted to work for a business that offers growth, values initiative and delivers high end, bespoke projects that you are proud to put your name to?  We are working with a dynamic, Gold Coast based kitchen and shop fitting business that is rapidly growing through the delivery of quality, custom made work using cutting edge technology and machinery to recruit a key position in the business.You will be working with a tightly knit team who take pride in the work they produce.
The company is aligned with some of the most reputable businesses on the Gold Coast and has a customer base that demands the best work and the most up to date designs.  Because of the quantity of projects in the pipeline, this business needs an Installer to come on board to work autonomously on multiple projects at any one time including large scale kitchens, residential projects as well as commercial fitouts and developments.
You will:
Be a fully qualified Cabinet Maker Have experience installing joinery Be able to start immediately Have basic tools. Be punctual and reliable Take instructions and work well under a supervisor. Have an excellent attitude towards safety Have good attention to detail Have a hard working and ambitious attitude
As this is a small, but rapidly growing business with huge contracts on the horizon, you have the unique opportunity to come on board at a time where you can make your mark and grow with the company. You will be offered flexibility, a competitive hourly rate (plus overtime) and will be working with a manager who appreciates your input and doesn't take himself too seriously.  With some major new projects and an exciting new product offering on the horizon, now is the time to make the move and push your skills and career to the next level.
Apply now or email your resume to *****@limejobs.com.au + click to reveal
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We are expanding into Queensland and are currently seeking expressions of interest from suitably qualified applicants who are committed to provide support to our clients.
This position involves providing a professional, high standard of client services delivered with respect and integrity to build relationships and to connect people with a disability and their families to a range of providers and resources to meet the needs of their individual NDIS support plan and implement the clients plan in various funded supports.
We can offer you
Full Time employment within a growing organisation SCHCADS Level 5 / $35.78 per hour + Super Gold Coast / Southern Brisbane Location
The successful candidate will have
Criteria
Frontline Management or Certificate IV Disability Work / Community Services and or specialised skills to perform at this level. Demonstrated experience working with culturally diverse people and with complex clients. Knowledge and experience of using positive behaviour support to work with individuals with challenging behaviours. Knowledge of Equal Employment Opportunity and Work Health and Safety requirements relevant to the position. Knowledge of Disability Standards. Demonstrated skills in priority setting, planning and organising own work to achieve work outcomes with the ability to work autonomously and as part of a multidisciplinary team. Demonstrated interpersonal, active listening, conflict resolution, written and verbal communication skills (e.g. phone manner, file notes) with a focus on key stakeholder relationships. A thorough knowledge and understanding of the NDIS and other relevant legislation. Knowledge of 3SA programs and services and other provider services. Information communications literacy in a windows environment, particularly word and excel to intermediate level, email, web with a strong emphasis on accurate data entry. Experience implementing person centred and human rights based approaches. Attention to detail to analyse client outcomes against the NDIS Price Guide and Terms of Business. Experience using Microsoft excel, word and ability to adapt to new systems and processes. Flexibility to work across services and locations. Current driver’s licence. Working with Children Check NSW.
3SA trading as OTCP, CNC and Our Mob is a not-for-profit organisation providing responsive and flexible support services to people living with mental illness, disability and/or experiencing accommodation difficulties. Working with 3SA offers many great benefits aside from being part of an organisation which creates positive and lasting change in people’s lives.
Benefits of working at 3SA
Excellent salary packaging benefits Career growth and training opportunities in a valuable sector A flexible and supportive working environment Free Employee Assistance Program
Interested in this position?
Please visit our website, www.otcp.com.au  to view the position description.
We welcome and invite Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people to apply Appointment to this position will require a satisfactory police check clearance To be eligible for this position, you must have the legal right to work in Australia
For Enquiries: please contact Margaret-Ann Goy on *****52 + click to reveal
Applications close: COB Friday 8th June 2018
 
We acknowledge the traditional custodians of the land on which we live and work and pay our respects to their elders past and present.
 
 
 
 
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Churches of Christ in Queensland, Marana Gardens Aged Care Service, Southport
Permanent, part-time opportunity
Imagine a job where everything you did made a difference
About the role
Every day is new and different for a Care Coordinator (Registered Nurse level 2) at Marana Gardens Aged Care Service. During your varied day, you will work closely with the Service Manager and allied health professionals to carry out contemporary nursing practices through assessing, planning, and evaluating resident care.
Your primary focus will be recognising resident needs and assisting them with services that enrich their daily living. In order to ensure that resident's individual care plan requirements are met, you will also provide comprehensive guidance to care staff.
You will be responsible for providing advanced clinical support, leadership and coordination of clinical care for residents with complex needs. Some of the residents you will look after for years to come and the relationships you build with them and their families will be both meaningful and significant.
Within this part-time position, you will work 48 hours per fortnight (four days per week). If you are looking for a diverse and rewarding role that has a positive impact on the lives of seniors, this might be the right opportunity for you.
About you
You are often commended on your problem solving, decision making and negotiation skills and you take pride in your highly developed interpersonal skills. You have the ability to prioritise and manage workloads according to resident needs and are able work independently or as part of a multi-disciplinary work team. You can effectively communicate at all levels enabling you to achieve best nursing practices in accordance with legislation, common law and quality improvement.
Ideally you will have;
Minimum 5 years' experience in aged care with an understanding of the ageing process and age related health issues; Demonstrated knowledge of ACFI and accreditation/compliance; Demonstrated interpersonal and written communication skills; Experience in managing a dedicated staff of personal care workers.
Only people with Australian work rights are able to apply for this position.
Importantly, you will be someone who closely aligns with our organisational values of: modelling unconditional love; behaving with integrity; and being good stewards.
Who we are
We offer over 200 services in more than 100 communities, positively impacting around 45,000 lives each year. Our care services range from children, youth and family services, early intervention and protection, affordable housing, and seniors and support living, making us one of Australia's largest, most diverse not-for-profit organisations.
In particular, we operate 28 residential aged care services that include specialties such as dementia, palliative and respite care.
Imagine working for us
Our values encourage us to be accepting of differences and embrace all. Our size and variety offers you real choice and opportunities to grow your career. You'll also find we offer a family friendly work culture.
Remuneration packages come complete with salary-packaging benefits that can increase your take-home pay along with a generous five weeks of annual leave and the ability to purchase more ( for eligible employees) . To ensure your career can grow, we are constantly exploring innovative training and development programs. Most importantly, you will help us to positively impact the lives of thousands of vulnerable Australians. Just imagine that.
To apply
To apply for this position please click the Apply button. For further information, please contact Danielle Lowe on *****88 + click to reveal.
We actively encourage and invite applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people for all our positions.
Applications close: Thursday 7 June 2018
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The Role
Travel Consultant – Basic salary range $50,000 to $65,000 + uncapped commission
Imagine working as a Travel Consultant for a company where you don’t have to work weekends, the working week is just 38hrs Monday to Friday and you can earn a basic salary from $50k to $65k + a sizeable commission scheme! This sounds like the perfect job and it is. If you are an experienced, self-motivated Travel Consultant with at least a small database of existing repeat clients then this is your chance to join a travel company that really does reward it’s staff in salary and work life balance.
 
The Company 
This is your chance to join an award winning travel organisation as a Travel Consultant. This travel company has a strong brand in the market and their employees are known for providing the best service to all its clientele. As a Travel Consultant working for this global market leading brand you will be taking control of your career and elevating yourself to that next level in salary earned and work life balance.  They have a great office location with state of the are facilities, career opportunities within the organisation along with having a friendly office atmosphere.
 
 
Skill & Expertise
Experience as a Travel Consultant or Cruise Consultant Advantageous to have a data base of repeat business because you will be growing your own portfolio of clients GDS knowledge (Galileo, Amadeus or Sabre) Show real drive, passion and energy to grow a portfolio of repeat clientele Excellent sales, customer service & attention to detail is a must
 
The Benefits
A basic salary range from $50k to $65k (depending on exp) + uncapped commission No weekend work and it’s just Monday to Friday working 38hrs Great Gold Coast Location with parking available State of the art office Friendly adult office environment

If you are interested in this vacancy and your skill set matches the above criteria, then you need to apply for this role below or send your CV to *****@tmstalent.com + click to reveal or call Sean on *****15 + click to reveal for a confidential chat.  
 
TMS Talent – Travel & Hospitality
All applications are confidential. Apply today!
 
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70% of billings and Guaranteed hourly rate Working hours Monday – Friday 08:30 – 17:00 Permanent role to commence immediately.
An excellent opportunity has arisen in the Gold Coast at a growing clinic who are looking for a dedicated team member to join their team on a  permanent basis to commence immediately.
The successful GP will enjoy earning 70% of billings, and have the opportunity to work at an excellent clinic gaining the opportunity to increase their skills and benefit working at one of the most beautiful locations in Australia.
Why Choose Charterhouse Medical?
A dedicated Consultant to cater to your specific needs The ONLY agency to offer Qantas Frequent Flyer Points for your first ever shift worked Utilise our exclusive on-hire labour agreements & offer 457 sponsorship Total assistance with credentialing
Please apply for this locum by clicking the ‘Apply’ button. For further information about this position and other vacancies, please contact us now for a confidential discussion on *****03 + click to reveal or *****@charterhousemedical.com + click to reveal
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ABOUT BUSY
BUSY At Work is a not-for-profit organisation providing apprenticeship, employment and community programs.
We have over 40 years' experience providing skilling solutions and services to businesses, workers and job seekers. BUSY At Work provide a wide range of services including recruitment and apprenticeship support services, employment and community services.
ABOUT THE ROLE
Full time to 30 June 2019
As part of the National Service Delivery Centre in Southport, the Service Delivery Officer will be responsible for accurate and timely administrative and processing activities required in meeting the contractual obligations of BUSY At Work's Australian Apprenticeship Support Network. 
PRIMARY DUTIES
Accurate lodgement and assessment of training contracts following both state and federal government guidelines and KPI's. Following state government work instructions relating to the decision making processing when processing state government amendment forms. General administration duties including answering the telephone ensuring detailed file notes are documented; Liaise with internal Industry Training Consultants, Employers, Trainees, Apprentices, Registered Training Organisations, and other stakeholders as required; Creating and maintaining electronic and hard copy filing systems to ensure efficient access, data integrity, movement and security of files; Undertake quality control of Training Contracts, state government forms and related paperwork for accuracy of information prior to processing; Participate as a member of an extended service team in line with organisational values; Manage own workload, ensuring that timeframes are strictly adhered to and KPI's are achieved as set by General Manager - Apprenticeships; Other tasks as required assigned by the Team Leader / National Service Delivery Manager/ General Manager - Apprenticeships.
KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS & EXPERIENCE
Self-motivated with a demonstrated enthusiastic approach to day-to-day business operations; Highly detail oriented, ensuring accurate inputting of information; Strong organisational skills and time management skills; Excellent communication skills and an approachable demeanour; Positive approach to a continual changing work environment; Strong client focus and desire to be a part of a service organization; Ability to operate in a highly ethical manner in accordance with Australian and State Government contractual requirements, client expectations of high standards and BUSY's high quality and performance oriented culture; Ability to undertake training as and when required by BUSY; Positive approach to continuous improvement; Desire to be part of a growing, high achieving, successful service organisation.
CULTURE & VALUES
At BUSY At Work we value inclusiveness, excellence, resilience, integrity and innovation. These values are entrenched in the work we do and how we conduct our business.
We want to work with people who are passionate about creating long term sustainable employment opportunities for jobseekers.
BUSY is committed to achieving a diverse workforce and strongly encourages applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders, people from culturally diverse backgrounds and people with disabilities.
How to Apply
Our preferred method of application is on SEEK
For further information, please contact *****@busyatwork.com.au + click to reveal
Please do not apply directly to the recruitment email address.
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I am looking for an experienced CNC operator for an immediate start on the Gold Coast. The company is taking on a lot of work and is looking to expand their workforce. They specialise in commercial and high-rise kitchens and joinery and work with a range of nationally recognised brands.
To be successful you MUST have the following:
2 - 3 years experience with CNC machine operating 12 months + experience with an AutoCAD software White card preferrable
If you are genuinely excited about developing your skills and working for a well recognised company then this is the perfect opportunity for you.

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I am looking for an experienced cabinet maker for an ASAP start on the Gold Coast. The company is taking on a lot of work and is looking to expand their workforce. They specialise in commercial and high-rise kitchens and joinery and work with a range of nationally recognised brands.
To be successful you MUST have the following:
3-4 years experience within the cabinet making industry Cert 3 in Cabinet Making preferred White card preferred
If you are genuinely excited about developing your skills and working for a well recognised company on a permanent basis then this is a perfect opportunity for you.

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I am looking for an assembler with cabinet making experience for an immediate start on the Gold Coast. The company is taking on a lot of work and is looking to expand their workforce. They specialise in commercial and high-rise kitchens and joinery and work with a range of nationally recognised brands.
To be successful you MUST have the following:
3+ years in cabinet making industry Cert 3 in Cabinet Making preferred White card preferable
If you are genuinely excited about developing your skills and working for a well recognised company on a permanent basis then this is a perfect opportunity for you.

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Exciting opportunity located in the heard of the Gold Coast for an Experienced Planner.
Your new company
This role will give you the opportunity to work within a team of likeminded professionals dedicated to maintaining, improving and developing the city we live in. Working first hand for a national planning consultancy you will be working out of the most modern and spacious offices based centrally on the Gold Coast. Our client take pride in their people and truly believe they are their most valuable asset. Being a part of their team you will not just feel like a number, you will be valued, respected and honoured!
Your new role
As an Senior Town Planner, On a day to day basis this role will take responsibility for project delivery, client management, and analysis of legislation. You will be working on preparation and lodgements of applications for a variety of developments, in addition to:
Leading complex development applications Manage existing client relationships Undertake business development activities Lead tender submissions Mentoring junior town planning staff Make recommendations based on statutory obligations, evidence and your professional expertise. Prepare and submit evidence for review and advise accordingly. Perform other duties such in accordance to line managers request.

What you'll need to succeed
You will be tertiary qualified in Town Planning and/or have extensive experience within the field. Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of relevant State Government Legislation, Council planning schemes, policies and local laws. You will also need to demonstrate your ability of stakeholder engagement with a high level of problem solving. You will also need to have a strong track record of both written and verbal communication.
What you'll get in return
In return you will be offered a full time permanent role based on the Gold Coast with an immediate start. You will be awarded with a very attractive and above market rate salary plus superannuation. Paying anywhere between $80-100K. You will also be given the opportunity to develop your career to unlimited potential as my client provides a wide and extensive range of training and internal progression. Fantastic local and global projects at your finger tips as well.
What you need to do now
If you are interested in this position and meet all of the above criteria please call Your Expert Recruitment Consultant locally on the Gold Coast who specialises in Engineering - Madelaine Scott on *****91 + click to reveal and send an up to date CV to the email details below OR alternatively apply directly. I look forward to discussing this role is further detail.
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About the business
Family Services Australia is at an exciting time in its evolution as a leading Not for Profit (NFP) community service provider in Australia. Founded in Illawarra-Shoalhaven (NSW), Family Services Australia is now expanding its multidiscipline services offering Adult Mental Health Services and Disability Management Services for both generalist and specialist mental health employment services in the Illawarra, Northern NSW and SE QLD regions that includes the Gold Coast and Ipswich.
We offer a unique continuity of care experience with multi-disciplined practice leaders and subject matter experts, where our whole Family Services team aims to keep our clients Safe, Well, Strong and Connected. Our diverse team comes from a range of backgrounds and we are looking for people who have the energy and life experience to look beyond the resume and connect with employers to build sustainable life outcomes. 
About the role
Family Service Australia operates an integrated service model, where client referrals to central triage Practice Leaders support Early Intervention, Child Youth and Family Services, Disability Management Support and Adult Mental Health community needs. 
This is an outstanding life opportunity to join forces with a caring, supportive and award-winning community leader who has provided more than 30years of trusted local support to clients, which is now expanding to reach unmet needs.

Benefits and perks
About Our Benefits
Professional, community-focused and person-centred team culture Continuous training and development Reward and recognition program Salary sacrificing options A$15,900 Employee Assistance Program (EAP) Skills and experience
Qualifications and Experience
Relevant clinical qualifications (e.g. Clinical Psychologist, Registered Psychologist) with appropriate registration and post registration experience in mental health service provision. Demonstrated ability to collaboratively plan and coordinate individualized psychological interventions for individuals and their families. Demonstrated ability to provide high quality assessment and evidence-based psychological interventions for individuals and their families. Ability to promote a multi-disciplined Trauma Informed Practice environment with high standards of care, quality assurance and risk management. Demonstrated capacity to implement principles of reflective practice and self-care within a team. Outstanding communication and interpersonal skills to aid capacity building in challenging service operating environments.   If you are interested in joining the Family Services Australia team, please forward an up to date resume and cover letter by COB Monday 4 June 2018. For any further inquiries please email *****@fsi.org.au + click to reveal.
Thank you sincerely for your consideration, we advise that only final candidates will be contacted.
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The Company
Our client is a highly successful franchise agency located in southern Gold Coast. Join a team who is energetic, supportive and embraces challenges. An agency that celebrates successes and are passionate about what they do! 
The Role:
Leveraging of a successful sales team, this is an opportunity for a hardworking, highly organised individual to join a high performing, tight run team. You will be efficient, precise and attentive. On a daily basis, you will be responsible for:
Sourcing new business opportunities - cold calling, prospecting and attending networking events!  Work closely with the Sales Agents & Property Management team  Maintain and develop client relationships Offer professional advice to clients Arranging and conducting market appraisals Taking Leasing enquiries via email and phone Conducting private and open home inspections  Database management and marketing. Ad hoc administration duties 
The Candidate: 
Current Certificate of Registration - essential 2+ years in Property Management and BDM experience High level of communication and attention to detail Strong organisational skills Solid written & verbal communication skills Outstanding telephone manner & time management Meticulous attention to detail, accountability and focus Well-presented Valid driver's licence
The Benefits:
Lucrative Commissions - HUGE OTE Leverage of a successful sales team Definite career progression  Award winning team Ongoing support and training  Be ambitious, confident and self-motivated Be immaculately presented  Have outstanding communication skills – written and verbal Is able to develop genuine rapport with people and manage that relationship long-term Have an outgoing and enthusiastic personality that compliments a sales role  Thrive off of a busy work schedule 
APPLY TODAY via the link or email a confidential CV in Word format to Sharna O'Brien at *****@goughrecruitment.com.au or + click to reveal call on *****44 + click to reveal
Please note that due to high application volumes, only short listed candidates will be contacted. Only Australian permanent residents are eligible to apply.
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About the business
Family Services Australia is at an exciting time in its evolution as a leading Not for Profit (NFP) community service provider in Australia. Founded in Illawarra-Shoalhaven (NSW), Family Services Australia is now expanding its multidiscipline services offering Disability Management Services for both generalist and specialist mental health employment services in the Illawarra, Northern NSW and SE QLD regions that includes the Gold Coast and Ipswich.
We offer a unique continuity of care experience with multi-disciplined practice leaders and subject matter experts, where our whole Family Services team aims to keep our clients Safe, Well, Strong and Connected. Our diverse team comes from a range of backgrounds and we are looking for people who have the life experience to look beyond the resume and connect with employers to build sustainable life outcomes for people with a disability. 
 
About the role
Independent Supported Placement for low to moderate Disability Management Service Values based, registered Not for Profit (NFP) charity and Innovation Leader Flexible workplace conditions with an employer of choice
We are currently seeking passionate, motivated and energetic team members interested in working with people living with a disability, to assist them to manage the challenges and opportunities that come with securing mainstream employment. Our new Community Support Consultants will be based throughout SE QLD including the Gold Coast and Ipswich regions; Northern NSW region from Tweed Heads to Murwillumbah-Uki; and the NSW Illawarra region from Shellharbour to Corrimal.
Ideally, you will have experience in delivering high levels of customer service in a complex stakeholder environment and demonstrated networks in the Community Services sector. Our team encourages innovative thinking and a can-do approach in a supportive enjoyable workplace.
Due to the nature of our customers' employment support needs, you may be required to work outside of normal business hours (on occasion) and will be required to hold a current driver's license.  All successful candidates will be required to obtain a Police clearance and relevant working with children/vulnerable people clearances.
Benefits and perks
Professional, community-focused and person-centred team culture Continuous training and development Reward and recognition program Salary sacrificing options $15,900 Employee Assistance Program (EAP)
If you are interested in joining the Family Services Australia team, please forward an up to date resume and cover letter by COB Monday 4 June 2018. For any further inquiries please email *****@fsi.org.au + click to reveal.
Thank you sincerely for your consideration, we advise that only final candidates will be contacted.
 
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About the business
Family Services Australia is at an exciting time in its evolution as a leading Not for Profit (NFP) community service provider in Australia. Founded in Illawarra-Shoalhaven (NSW), Family Services Australia is now expanding its multidiscipline services offering Disability Management Services for both generalist and specialist mental health employment services in the Illawarra, Northern NSW and SE QLD regions that includes the Gold Coast and Ipswich.
We offer a unique continuity of care experience with multi-disciplined practice leaders and subject matter experts, where our whole Family Services team aims to keep our clients Safe, Well, Strong and Connected. Our diverse team comes from a range of backgrounds and we are looking for people who have the energy and life experience to look beyond the resume and connect with employers to build sustainable life outcomes for individuals and families. 
About the role
Opportunity for a DES Regional Manager, QLD (Southport) and a DES Regional Manager NSW (Albion Park-Shellharbour) to lead Individual Placement Support for Disability Management Services Values based, registered Not for Profit (NFP) charity and Innovation Leader Flexible workplace conditions with an employer of choice
We are currently seeking passionate, innovative and energetic leaders to join our multi-disciplined senior leadership team. You will play an integral role in creating an engaged and empowered team that embraces innovative thinking and takes a person-centred approach to supporting people with a disability to secure long term sustainable employment.
Ideally, you will have demonstrated experience in in establishing, leading and developing high performing teams within Disability Employment Services and have demonstrated networks in the Community Services sector. The role will require strong organisational skills combined with a logical and methodical approach to implementing efficient processes and work practices that support the day to day operations of the program.
Due to the nature of our customers' employment support needs, you may be required to work outside of normal business hours (on occasion) and will be required to hold a current driver's license.  All successful candidates will be required to obtain a Police clearance and relevant working with children/vulnerable people clearances.
Benefits and perks
Professional, community-focused and person-centred team culture Continuous training and development Reward and recognition program Salary sacrificing options $15,900 Employee Assistance Program (EAP)
If you are interested in joining the Family Services Australia team, please forward an up to date resume and cover letter by COB Monday 4 June 2018. For any further inquiries please email *****@fsi.org.au + click to reveal.
Thank you sincerely for your consideration, we advise that only final candidates will be contacted.
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About the business
Family Services Australia is at an exciting time in its evolution as a leading Not for Profit (NFP) community service provider in Australia. Founded in Illawarra-Shoalhaven (NSW), Family Services Australia is now expanding its multidiscipline services offering Adult Mental Health Services and Disability Management Services for both generalist and specialist mental health employment services in the Illawarra, Northern NSW and SE QLD regions that includes the Gold Coast and Ipswich.
We offer a unique continuity of care experience with multi-disciplined practice leaders and subject matter experts, where our whole Family Services team aims to keep our clients Safe, Well, Strong and Connected. Our diverse team comes from a range of backgrounds and we are looking for people who have the energy and life experience to look beyond the resume and connect with employers to build sustainable life outcomes. 
About the role
Mental Health Services Manager to lead the delivery of our quality client care services Values based, registered Not for Profit (NFP) charity and Innovation Leader Flexible workplace conditions with an employer of choice
We are currently seeking passionate, motivated and energetic leader interested in assisting us to expand our Adult Mental Health Services across QLD and NSW.
Family Service Australia operates an integrated service model, where client referrals to central triage Practice Leaders support Early Intervention, Child Youth and Family Services, Disability Management Support and Adult Mental Health community needs.  
This is an outstanding life opportunity to join forces with a caring, supportive and award-winning community leader who has provided more than 30years of trusted local support to clients, which is now expanding to reach unmet needs.

Benefits and perks
Professional, community-focused and person-centred team culture Continuous training and development Reward and recognition program Salary sacrificing options A$15,900 Employee Assistance Program (EAP)
Skills and experience
To be successful in this role, you will ideally have the below skills and experience:
Relevant clinical qualifications (e.g. Clinical Psychologist, Registered Psychologist) with appropriate registration and post registration experience in mental health service provision. Demonstrated knowledge and experience of management practices including practical skills in leading a large team of people, managing staff, programs and projects Strategic and operational management skills including the ability to develop and implement strategic planning processes Strong business acumen including proven ability to meet revenue/performance targets and driving new business opportunities High level organisational and priority management skills including the ability to manage own work schedule and that of a team of professional staff High level interpersonal and communication skills including the ability to develop a team based working environment as well as the ability to develop and maintain effective networks with other service providers and stakeholders High level written communication skills with the ability to respond to submissions/tenders, produce quality written reports and a range of other documentation as required by the role
If you are interested in joining the Family Services Australia team, please forward an up to date resume and cover letter by COB Monday 4 June 2018. For any further inquiries please email *****@fsi.org.au + click to reveal
Thank you sincerely for your consideration, we advise that only final candidates will be contacted.
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After Hours Answering Service for our  Hospitality clients.
We are looking for motivated helpful people to join our friendly team in a LONG TERM position.
We are a completely Inbound Call Centre for an After Hours Answering Service. NO selling or Cold Calling
We offer extensive ongoing training and support in a great working environment. Therefore no prior experience is necessary however the successful candidate would display the following attributes:
- Friendly phone manner
- Excellent customer service skills
- Attention to detail
- Willingness to help
- Fantastic work ethic, flexibility and reliability
- Ability to work alone AND as part of a team
- Intermediate computer skills with good typing, spelling and punctuation
- This is a fast paced environment where we receive  a high volume of calls with the focus being on delivering great Customer Service
Shifts are worked on a 7 day roster and include evenings, weekends and public holidays.
If this is the job for you and you are interested in securing a position within our team at our office in the Mudgeeraba area please register your interest at *****@nitel.com.au + click to reveal or by calling *****70 + click to reveal and leaving your details.
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About Us
Infinite Aged Care is a leading aged care provider in the Australian market.  The group has five residential aged care facilities in Adelaide and two currently under construction in Queensland.  We employ over 550 people in South Australian and Queensland.  Infinite Aged Care is fast growing a footprint through the rest of Australia and is in a rapid growth stage with over 900 beds planned to be delivered in greenfield sites soon.  It is an exciting growth phase for the business and fun place to be! 
We have a position available for a Senior Accountant to join our Finance team at this existing time.  This role provides opportunity for the right person to add value to our growing finance team.  The position is offered on a fixed term contract basis and will be based at Bundall. 
Duties/Responsibilities:
Be responsible for general ledger integrity, financial month-end, monthly reconciliations and accruals by working with and reviewing work performed within the Finance team. Collate and review consolidated data, contributing to the preparation of monthly financial results for all entities. Manage cash accounts and debt processes to ensure optimum cash flow management. Preparing BAS, income tax returns, financial statements and FBT for the consolidated group. Writing methodology papers on accounting and tax treatment of more complex issues. Calculating additions, CGT and disposals of assets and depreciation expenses. Liaise with the ATO and external tax advisors and external accounting advisors on any company tax or accounting issues. Prepare and compile detailed audit working papers, adhering to all deadlines. Identify, establish, build and maintain effective network links and relationships with key internal and external stakeholders to achieve mutually beneficial outcomes. Promote and reinforce the consistent application of best practice financial accounting management, control processes and systems across the business – with the ability to write policy documents for procedures currently undocumented. Maintain current knowledge of applicable tax legislation, accounting standards and future reporting developments, ensuring on-going compliance with relevant standards and legislative requirements. Assisting with ad-hoc projects as required.
In fulfilling the role, it is important that you have:
Solid tax and financial accounting knowledge/experience. Experience with consolidated Groups and complex multi-tiered, multi-entity structures. Ability to work autonomously and in a team with the ability to meet both personal and team deadlines. Exceptional communication skills and ability to liaise with a range of stakeholders. Commercial mindset which flows through to all aspects of your work. Experience with an ERP implementation highly regarded but not essential
The Rewards
If you are keen to broaden your skill set and gain exposure across the entire finance operations this role could provide that opportunity.  We have a fun and innovative approach to business and looking for new members to join our team that will help us to continue to grow at a rapid pace – it’s fast paced and all happening! We offer competitive remuneration; a unique culture and a great team environment. 
Your Action
Click on the link below to submit your CV with a brief covering letter outlining why you are the right person for the role or email your application directly to *****@infin8care.com.au + click to reveal by Monday, 4 June 2018.   
Please note that due to high application volumes; only short listed candidates will be contacted. 
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CGC Brisbane, are looking immediately for a Senior Level Contract Administrator, to work with a known and busy builder on the Gold Coast. You will have full autonomy on the job from the initial construction and approval through to completion on mainly Residential and commercial Projects
You will be working with, and coordinating projects alongside in house Site Managers, Estimators and the experienced Construction Manager on a variety of projects to $50m Responsible for; project cost management, contract variations, Sub contractors / trades, and the appropriate client interaction. You will be required to deliver the project on time, on budget, and ensuring the highest quality and efficiency.  
Ideal candidate: 
An experienced Contract Administrator is required with 5+ years experience Stablility in previous positions with proven track record A building background working with a known QLD / National builder  Experience delivering on mid to high-rise Residential or Commercial projects  Capable of working autonomously on projects of a similar size and value Well presented, and an excellent communicator Ability to cost report and handle large sub-contractor packages
Please apply now to be considered, or confidentially contact Lee Hayward at CGC Recruitment - *****@cgcrecruitment.com + click to reveal - *****73 + click to reveal
 
For more careers in construction around Australia please visit our website www.cgcrecruitment.com
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Growing organisation seeking passionate, energetic Financial Accountant to join their team!
Your new company
Our client is a locally based retail leader. They pride themselves on their customer service, innovation and great company culture. If you are a passionate and dedicated Financial Accountant, this may be the opportunity for you!
Your new role
As Financial Accountant you will be responsible for producing timely and accurate financial and management reports, including commentaries and analysis. You will be responsible for balance sheet reconciliations, sales reconciliations from the eCommerce platform, weekly sales, stock and margin reporting, assisting and liaising with external auditors, and supporting the Management team with additional ad hoc tasks.
What you'll need to succeed
To be considered for this role you will be CA/CPA qualified or near completion. You will be proactive by nature, have the ability to work in a fast paced environment and be deadline driven. You will have experience analysing large data sets and be confident in providing meaningful commercially minded insights to the Management team. You will have an eye for continuous improvement, ensuring all procedures are efficient and operationally effective. Experience with NetSuite will be seen as advantageous.
What you'll get in return
You will offered a permanent position with an organisation that values it employees and has developed a great company culture. A central office location and competitive salary. You will be offered discounts on products and a satisfying career opportunity with a growing company.
What you need to do now
If you are interested in this role or learning more about the position and company or to discuss other Senior Finance opportunities on the Gold Coast contact Taylah Duncan at Hays on *****51 + click to reveal or email *****@hays.com.au + click to reveal
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Kollosche Prestige Agents are a Gold Coast based Boutique Prestige Real Estate company that specialises in the sale and marketing of Luxury homes and Prestige New Developments. 
We are looking for a Graphic Designer for an immediate start. Ideally you will have at least two years design experience however applications from recent Design graduates will also be considered for the position. Freelancing Designers and contractors are encouraged to apply.
A typical work day may include the design of; print marketing materials; digital advertising; EDM's; website graphics, corporate branding projects, marketing submissions and presentations.
The successful candidate will be available to work a minimum of Monday to Wednesday, with the opportunity for ongoing work for the remainder of the week, which can be completed off-site.
To be successful in this position, you will:
Have excellent communication skills Have an eye for detail and creative edge Have the ability to manage multiple projects with tight deadlines and to remain flexible through multiple revisions Follow direction, as well as take the initiative  Have a high proficiency in using the latest Adobe Creative suite as well as a good working knowledge of Microsoft Office products. Experience in web design or with WordPress will also be well regarded.  HTML experience preferred
Remuneration package is negotiable dependent on experience. 
Please send your application to *****@prestigeagents.com.au + click to reveal