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National Skin Cancer Centres is a unique medical practice, purpose-built and dedicated to treating skin cancers and related conditions. We operate centres throughout Australia working with primary care physicians who have a special interest in Skin Cancer.
National Skin Cancer Centres is a division of HealthCert International, the world's largest Skin Cancer training provider. As an organization our purpose is to save lives through Skin Cancer education and universal access to diagnosis and treatment.
To learn more about our business, our teams and our culture, please take the time to review our culture book http://bit.ly/2sMvpgg
Our practice in New Town has been purpose-built to deliver the highest standard of care in Skin Cancer Medicine. We offer a skin cancer service like no other, with a specially qualified team of doctors who provide expert, trusted advice in the areas of skin cancer medicine. Our doctors are supported by a team of highly trained staff who confidently address all skin cancer concerns.
The position we are filling is quite unique, we are seeking an experienced Medical Receptionist who is also prepared to train in a new role as a Doctors Assistant. This new role involves assisting the doctor during skin examinations operating our full body imaging system and providing patient information to the patient. Full training in this role will be provided.
The successful candidate will be offered 18 -27 hours per week or 2-3 days per week. They will be offered both reception and assistant shifts Monday to Friday between 7:30am to 6:00pm.
This team member will be a pro-active person who continuously seeks ways to improve and streamline processes and promote a positive team work culture. You thrive of patient contact, you are approachable, reliable and dependable in your role and are willing to go the extra mile when required.
Qualifications, Personal Attributes and Duties:
Meeting and greeting patients, customer service. Scheduling appointments efficiently. Patient data entry, processing payments and receipting. Processing Medicare payments. Opening and closing the practice. Providing general administration duties. Answering telephone calls and directing as appropriate. Assisting doctor during skin checks appointments Operating total body imaging system Participating in staff meetings and training.
To be successful in these roles you will possess the following:
Previous reception experience essential within General Practice. Mature and sensitive approach when dealing with the patients. Experience with Best Practice software an advantage.
National Skin Cancer Centres offer:
Modern medical facility. On the job training in a supportive environment. Professional development. Uniform. Close to transport and local car parking.
This position would not be suitable as a second job for somebody who is already employed.
The position is available for a start immediately.
You must have experience as a Medical Receptionist to apply for this position.
Applications should be addressed to the Practice Manager, Linda Quarrell and should be submitted via the Seek website. You may contact Linda on *****41 + click to reveal to discuss the position further.
Our Values: Determined to Make a Difference, Enthusiastic Team, Excellence in Delivery, and Passionate About Saving Lives
 
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Care Forward
Home Care Package Coordinator
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Care Forward is an innovative, leading provider of Home Care Package Coordination across Tasmania, boasting an impressive year of growth. Our interdisciplinary team specialises in wellness, reablement and restorative care with 19 years of experience in delivering better health outcomes for our clients. This company currently has a vacancy for a Home Care Package Coordinator in our Southern Office commencing ASAP.
Home Care Package Coordinator Wanted
Rosny Office
Registered or Enrolled Nurses and Allied Health Professionals will be Considered
We support innovation, collaboration and creative thinking. Our people are our biggest asset and we believe that working together, we’re stronger.
About You
You are an enthusiastic and dedicated Health Professional with a real passion for improving lives. With the ability to work autonomously you will thrive in this multidisciplinary environment. You are adaptable, enjoy meeting new people and working in a variety of settings. Additionally you will also possess the following:
A degree relevant to your area of practice
Full registration with the relevant professional body
Excellent communication and time management skills
Full driver’s license

What We Offer
In return for your hard work we offer a range of great benefits. We take the health and wellbeing of our employees seriously and encourage wellbeing at all levels.
Join a fun and energetic work environment with a great client base
Well supported professional development access
Comprehensive induction and ongoing support
Support in securing housing
Flexible work arrangements supporting work/life balance
Supported by evidence based practice
Salary range will be dependent on years of experience and tertiary qualification.

Applications & queries to: *****@careforward.com.au + click to reveal or
For further information email: Louise Phillips, Clinical and Services Manager at louise.phillips@careconsutlancy876 w. .com.au
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Hobart Hotel
HOTEL (PUB) MANAGER
We are an historic Hobart Hotel with bar, bistro and accommodation looking for a hands-on manager with a proven track record.
Reporting to the Licensee you will be responsible for the running of the hotel, and overseeing day to day operations.
RSA, a current drivers licence, and excellent interpersonal skills are essential.
For more information, or to submit your application email *****@industrylinkedu.au + click to reveal
Applications close on 4th May, 2018
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corporate travel
management
CORPORATE TRAVEL CONSULTANT
ABOUT THE ROLE
Due to our ongoing success and growth, we are seeking expressions of interest for a Tasmanian based Corporate Travel Consultant who can contribute to our national team.
RESPONSIBILITIES

Effectively manage corporate customers’ domestic & international travel arrangements Process client requests accurately, in accordance with system and standard procedures, and within specific turnaround times Develop strong relationships with your assigned corporate clients and provide excellent customer service Generate all air travel, accommodation, car hire and ancillary requirements to ensure all journeys are a complete success
SKILLS & EXPERIENCE
Previous travel consulting experience in domestic & international travel (past experience in corporate travel will be preferred) Knowledge of both Tramada and Sabre systems will be a bonus Minimum qualification of Cert III in Travel and Tourism
ABOUT CTM
CTM is an award-winning provider of innovative and cost-effective travel management solutions to the global business community. CTM is Tasmania’s largest dedicated Corporate Travel Management company.
Headquartered in Brisbane Australia, the company employs over 2,000 people globally and services clients in 53 countries, including owned operations across Australia, Asia, North America, Europe and New Zealand.
Send your expression of interest along with your latest resume to: *****@travelctm.com + click to reveal
Applications end by close of business 4th May 2018
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Huron
Regional
Care
Community Nurse
Huon Regional Care is a leading organisation in the provision of health and aged care services in Southern Tasmania. Our workplace is one in which employees are valued, recognised for their efforts and provided with opportunities for training and career development.
We are looking for an experienced registered nurse to join our highly skilled multidisciplinary community services team. The successful applicant must be:

Experienced in complex assessment and care planning Clinically experienced in wound care, palliative care and ambulatory care. Flexible and able to work in a team based, multidisciplinary model of care
Essential requirements:
AHPRA Registration A current National Police Certificate Current Drivers Licence
We offer an attractive remuneration package including: salary and salary packaging options.
A Post Graduate Scholarship program is also available.
For further information please contact Angela Darcy on *****05 + click to reveal or email *****@huonregionalcare.org.au + click to reveal
Applications close 5pm Friday 27 April 2018
Please forward your application to:
Angela Darcy
Workplace Relations Manager
3278 Huon Highway Franklin TAS 7113
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Kingborough
DEVELOPMENT ENGINEERING OFFICER
The Development Engineering Officer is responsible for the assessment
of engineering matters related to development applications for
subdivision, building and development permits. Duties include
appraising engineering drawings, assessing engineering consent for sealed plans approval, ensuring compliance with Council’s conditions of planning approval and the approved construction drawings and specifications.
Completion or substantial progress towards a tertiary Civil Engineering qualification is essential. You will have the ability to communicate with a wide range of stakeholders as well as strong analytical and problem solving skills, and the capacity to exercise independent judgement and initiative.
A salary in the range of $65,446 - $71,186 per annum will be negotiated depending on skills and experience.
How to apply: For further information on this position, please contact Tasha Tyler-Moore, Manager Development Services on *****00 + click to reveal. A copy of the position description for this vacancy and information detailing requirements for applications are available on Council’s website www.kingborough.tas.gov.au. All applications must include a document addressing the selection criteria and a current resume.
Applications close at 4.00p.m on Friday 4 May 2018 and should be forwarded to the Executive Manager Organisational Development, Kingborough Council by email on *****@kingborough.tas.gov.au + click to reveal
Gary Arnold
GENERAL MANAGER
kingborough.tas.gov.au
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Sacs Consultant
Facility Manager – Aged Care
Hobart Location
Join a Fast Growing, Contemporary Aged Care Provider
Salary Package Negotiable $130,000

Our client is a highly regarded provider of residential aged care and retirement living services in Tasmania and Victoria. Espousing the values of respect, care, teamwork, courage, integrity, innovation and excellence, the organisation is dedicated to providing residents, their families and carers with outstanding levels of customer service and individualised care. Contemporary in their approach to service delivery, our client is currently undergoing a redevelopment of one of their Tasmanian facilities and are looking for a motivated Facility Manager to lead the operational, financial and strategic management of the site.
Reporting to the Chief Operating Officer, you will provide collaborative and inspirational leadership to staff and will take responsibility for developing a client focused culture within the team. You will ensure the delivery of exceptional service to residents and their families and maintain the highest standards of clinical care, whilst also ensuring the commercial outcomes of the residence. In regard to the facility’s redevelopment, you will play a pivotal role in leading the team through this and will take pride in delivering a facility that creates a clean, warm and comfortable living environment for residents.
You are a Registered Nurse with excellent clinical skills and demonstrated aged care experience. You pride yourself on your capacity to relate effectively to staff, residents, families and community stakeholders and consider yourself to be an enthusiastic, positive and committed person. You have a passion for making positive change and have a record of success in managing during times of change and development. This is an outstanding opportunity in a high quality organisation that provides excellent support to staff and residents.
Apply for this position via our website at www.sacsconsult.com.au/job-seeker/. Select the role, then submit your resume in Word format. For further information or a confidential discussion call Laura Demir on *****09 + click to reveal or Andrew Marty on *****08 + click to reveal.
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SORELL
COUNCIL
www.sorell.tas.gov.au
GIS/ASSET INFORMATION OFFICER
Fixed Term – 12 Months –
Part Time (64 hours FN)
Maternity Leave Coverage
The successful applicant will demonstrate the following:

Significant relevant GIS experience, including the operation, development and implementation of GIS. Tertiary qualifications in Civil Engineering / Surveying / IT or a Spatial Sciences related field or technical level qualifications. Demonstrated knowledge of MapInfo GIS software, Exponare and a working knowledge of Asset Management principles. Demonstrated knowledge of relational database applications. Demonstrated proficiency in mobile and desktop computer operation skills and proven ability with SQL Server Management. Well-developed written communication and interpersonal skills to enable effective communication with internal and external clients. Demonstrated analytical and problem solving skills including ability to provide innovative solutions to problems and opportunities as applicable to the GIS and Asset Management fields.
Salary will be $73,159 and this position offers 14.5% super on completion of 6 months probation.
HOW TO APPLY
For a copy of the position description (including selection criteria) please visit our website www.sorell.tas.gov.au. Please forward your resume and document addressing the selection criteria to *****@sorell.tas.gov.au + click to reveal.
For further information, regarding this role please contact Russell Fox, Manager of Engineering and Regulatory Services on *****66 + click to reveal.
Applications to be received by COB 4 May 2018.
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We are a leading supplier of training services and safety products. Our excellent range of training programs are backed up with technical support and a network of knowledgeable product specialists working together to keep workplaces safe.

We are now looking to expand our team of enthusiastic, quality trainers in the Eastern States and further afield. We are looking for training professionals with passion and excellent presentation skills to deliver training and assessment to a range of client groups in regional areas with a particular focus on the renewable energy sector.

Should your application be successful your responsibilities will include ensuring the delivery of quality training and assessment in accordance with AQF and GWO Standards and meeting the needs of students through your passion for making training interesting.

Training areas include:
Fire Extinguisher & Warden
First Aid, CPR, LVR
Working at Height
Confined Spaces & BA
Rescue – Vertical, Confined Space, Tower
GWO Modules; MH, FAW, FA, WAH

The successful applicant must be prepared to travel and be able to demonstrate:
Qualifications in training areas as listed above
At least 3yrs experience in Training & Assessing
Experience delivering training in the areas listed above
Current Certificate in Training and Assessment (TAE40110 or TAE40116)
Current First Aid Certificate and Drivers Licence
OHS Construction Induction
Professional Indemnity and Public Liability Insurance (Certificates of Currency must be provided)
Ability to maintain accurate and timely records
Flexibility to travel and work on a contractor basis

Personal attributes include a demonstrated ability to deliver excellent customer service and overcome obstacles to ‘make things happen’, sound communication skills including well developed written and oral skills and the ability to coordinate on the fly to get the best outcome for your clients.

We pride ourselves on our continual improvement to training programmes designed to enhance the industry knowledge of our team to service some of Australia’s key growth industries, we maintain a positive and flexible working environment in which you can excel.

Please send your CV, evidence of qualifications and cover letter to *****@wrighttraining.com.au + click to reveal
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Cromarty has been supplying Australian and international companies with innovative and effective business solutions for over 30 years. Cromarty’s extensive experience has accumulated by working in a wide variety of industries. We have 3 core business capabilities; Engineering, Service and Product Sales.
Cromarty's Devonport office has a position vacant for a qualified electrician with proven skills within the industrial market.

The successful applicant must:
Have an outstanding track record and safety record Hold an A grade electrical license and a current drivers licence Be self-motivated with ability to discuss technical aspects of the job with Cromarty engineers and clients. Have a strong desire to be part of a successful team environment Be able to manage project installation teams Be willing to travel to client sites on the North West and West Coast of Tasmania. Maintain and enhance the company's excellent reputation with existing client base Have good knowledge of the local industries
Experience in the following would be desirable:
Working on industrial installation projects Instrumentation PLC, RTU and Telemetry installation Data cabling and fibre termination
The position offers variety, and a degree of independence, with work undertaken at both office and customer worksites.  This role may also include participation in an on-call roster to provide 24-hour support to our clients. There is considerable scope for development and the role will involve both project and maintenance work.
An attractive salary package will be offered depending on experience including super, car and phone. The company offers a friendly flexible environment in which to work. The position offers a great deal of variety in the industries and technologies we service.
Cromarty is a leading supplier of industrial process control to many industries and operates offices in Brisbane, Melbourne, Hobart, Launceston and Devonport.
For more company information www.cromarty.com.au
Interested persons should send their application which addresses the above requirements and their resume to *****@bigpond.com + click to reveal or call Penny Laing *****48 + click to reveal
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We're passionate about your career.
Transform is a leading mobile allied health service provider in the aged care sector. We innovate with technology and new services. We will support your career growth and invite open collaboration. With 100+ employees we are committed to maintaining our family culture as we continue to grow. We are looking for enthusiastic and passionate people to join our driven team providing quality care in the community, wellness and aged care sector.
The Opportunity
Currently we are seeking a dedicated and driven Occupational Therapist to join our team working across Residential Aged Care setting in Hobart in a full time or part time capacity. 
This is an exceptional opportunity to help grow Occupational Therapy in the Transform team and therefore the opportunities are endless. We are looking for someone who will lead the growth of Occupational Therapists for our company. Initially you will be working along side Physiotherapists in the Residential Aged Care setting and have a great exposure working within the community. If you are looking for an opportunity to grow your leadership skills and career, then look no further!
Duties and Responsibilities
Responsible for delivering a high standard of clinical service and customer service in accordance with the Transform Physio procedures. Complete comprehensive functional and pain assessments Implementing Falls prevention strategies; Pain management treatments; You will be supporting the wider multidisciplinary team in the diagnosis, education and development of a treatment plan to facilitate maintenance of optimum health.
What we Offer
Career Pathways across clinical portfolios and leadership; Flexible working arrangements (No weekend work!); Work within small teams of professionals; Regular mentoring; Professional development opportunities; and Regular social and team building events.
What We're Looking For in You
Positive attitude, you're empathic, compassionate and motivating; A positive and can-do attitude Exceptional interpersonal and communication skills
Required Housekeeping
Hold current registration as an Occupational Therapist with AHPRA Appropriate working visas National Police Record Check (we will help with this)
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All team members receive comprehensive training and support to help you adapt to the aged care and community environment.
As a growing company, exciting career advancement opportunities await the successful incumbent and salary is negotiable dependent on experience.
How to Apply
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  NDIS - Workplace Trainer
Tasmania - Hobart
Full Time - Fixed Term (6 months) - Excellent opportunity to utilise your skills to deliver training to an NDIS Local Area Coordination team 
- Be part of a community based, mobile workforce 
- Not for profit salary packaging available
About Baptcare:
Baptcare is a National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) Local Area Coordination (LAC) Partner delivering NDIS LAC services in South Australia and Tasmania. We are a leading not for profit organisation that proactively responds to human need through advocacy, a diverse range of programs and community engagement. As an organisation, we aim to provide services with an ethical approach, focusing upon client well-being and respect for people from all walks of life.
Our employees enjoy flexible working arrangements, whilst working in a collaborative and supportive team. We also provide a full induction program with ongoing training to support your development.
About the role:
As the Workplace Trainer, you will:
* be responsible for organising, developing and delivering training to the team in line with NDIA Service Operational Guidelines and Best Practice
* develop a culture of continuous learning, support and quality improvement 
* provide consultancy advice to management in relation to operational and strategic development needs.
This is a 6-month fixed-term position.
Key Selection Criteria:
* Planning and organising - demonstrated experience in developing, organising, implementing and delivering a wide range of training, education and professional development initiatives to Teams and employees within timeframes, scope and budgets.
* Problem solving - able to work within complex environments and be outcome focused.
* Continuous development - ability to accept constructive feedback from supervisors and stakeholders and apply continuous learning to keep abreast of developments in the industry.
Desirable:
* comprehensive understanding of the Disability, Child, Youth and Family Services sector, including Child Protection, the requirements of the Disability Services Act 2011, and the Children, Young Persons and their Families Act 1997 and other key legislative reforms
* experience in working with children and with vulnerable people.
Other Requirements:
* ability and willingness to travel
* current satisfactory national police check or willingness to obtain
* current Working with Children Check or willingness to obtain
* current First Aid Certificate of willingness to obtain (HLTAID003 Provide First Aid)
* competency in using the range of Office computer packages
* current motor vehicle licence (desirable)
Baptcare is committed to ensuring our employees are representative of the communities that we serve. People with disability are highly encouraged to apply for jobs with Baptcare and where possible, we will make reasonable adjustments to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions of the role.
Baptcare is a child-safe organisation and has a zero-tolerance approach to child abuse, and indeed to the abuse of any person. Applicants will be carefully screened and will need to demonstrate a commitment to the safety of children and vulnerable people.

How to apply:
Please visit our website to apply and obtain a copy of the Role Statement at www.baptcare.org.au
All applications should address the Key Selection Criteria highlighted above in a cover letter. Please forward queries to: 
Steven McGregor
Email: *****@baptcare.org.au + click to reveal Applicants must be permanent residents of Australia  
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NDIS - Service Area Manager
Tasmania - Hobart
Full Time - Fixed Term

- Rewarding opportunity to use your expertise to lead a community based mobile workforce
- Not for profit salary packaging available
About Baptcare:
Baptcare is a National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) Local Area Coordination (LAC) Partner delivering NDIS LAC services in South Australia and Tasmania. We are a leading not for profit organisation that proactively responds to human need through advocacy, a diverse range of programs and community engagement. As an organisation, we aim to provide services with an ethical approach, focusing upon client well-being and respect for people from all walks of life.
Our employees enjoy flexible working arrangements, whilst working in a collaborative and supportive team. We also provide a full induction program with ongoing training to support your development.
About the role:
As the Service Area Manager, you will:
* promote service excellence, consultancy advice and management to the Local Area Coordination Team
* provide operational and strategic information to the Regional Manager
* promote passion and commitment to encourage an autonomous, flexible and innovative workforce.
This is a fixed-term position until 30 June 2019.
Key Selection Criteria:
* People management - demonstrated experience in managing and leading staff in an environment of rapid change, including managing a mobile workforce, supervision, coaching, performance management and professional development.
* Stakeholder management - proven ability to work collaboratively with a wide range of stakeholders and demonstrated ability to act as a change agent in communities to build and strengthen capacity inclusive community practices.
* Communication - highly developed communication, negotiation, relationship building, problem solving and interpersonal skills including written and verbal communication.
Technical Expertise:
* a relevant qualification in disability or community services and at least 2 years' experience in working with people with a disability
* comprehensive understanding of the Disability, Child, Youth and Family Services sector, including Child Protection, the requirements of the Disability Services Act 2011, and the Children, Young Persons and their Families Act 1997 and other key legislative reforms
* experience in working with children and with vulnerable people.
Other Requirements:
* ability and willingness to travel
* current satisfactory national police check or willingness to obtain
* current Working with Children Check or willingness to obtain
* current First Aid Certificate of willingness to obtain (HLTAID003 Provide First Aid)
* competency in using the range of Office computer packages
* current motor vehicle licence (desirable)
Baptcare is committed to ensuring our employees are representative of the communities that we serve. People with disability are highly encouraged to apply for jobs with Baptcare and where possible, we will make reasonable adjustments to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions of the role.
Baptcare is a child-safe organisation and has a zero-tolerance approach to child abuse, and indeed to the abuse of any person. Applicants will be carefully screened and will need to demonstrate a commitment to the safety of children and vulnerable people.

How to apply:
Please visit our website to apply and obtain a copy of the Role Statement at www.baptcare.org.au
All applications should address the Key Selection Criteria highlighted above in a cover letter. Please forward queries to: 
Emily Daniels
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Accurium is Australia's leading provider of actuarial services to the self-managed superannuation (SMSF) sector. We are a small and dynamic team focused on providing excellent customer service to our diverse clients across the country. Accurium is a wholly owned subsidiary of Challenger Limited, an ASX-listed investment management firm managing more than $70 billion in assets (as at 30 June 2017).
We are seeking a talented individual to join our team providing outstanding support to our Finance Manager in Hobart. Reporting to the Finance Manager, the position requires an enthusiastic applicant who will be responsible for day to day accounting process and accounts receivables. Would suit a recent finance or accounting graduate.
Requirements:
Tertiary qualifications in an accounting related discipline, preferably with ability to gain membership of a recognised accounting body Sound knowledge of accounting principles and procedures An understanding of Taxation legislation as it effects Business Activity Statements, and Company Tax returns Keen attention to detail, the ability to work autonomously and to contribute within a busy team environment Well-developed oral and written communication skills with the confidence to speak to clients and senior colleagues We offer a relaxed and friendly working environment with one of the best office spaces in Hobart. Remuneration commensurate with the individual's qualifications and experience will be offered to attract a suitable candidate. Support for relevant professional studies also provided.
Applications close 11 May 2018.
Applications including a cover letter and CV can be submitted via email to *****@accurium.com.au + click to reveal, or call Josh Dykes on *****23 + click to reveal for a confidential discussion.
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VEC Civil Engineering (VEC), a subsidiary of the Downer Group, is a recognised leader in bridge design and construction, road and rail work, civil construction, water infrastructure and steel fabrication services, operating throughout the Eastern States of Australia.
Due to recent project success and continued growth within the business, VEC require the services of a Community Stakeholder Liaison Offer to join our Bridge & Road design and construction team in Scottsdale (TAS).
The position will be based out of Scottsdale site Office reporting to Civil Construction Manager
The focus of this role holds accountability for the successful communication and stakeholder engagement across all projects. Success is measured by the implementation of communication strategies, proactive stakeholder engagement and compliance with clients and Zero Harm. Implement community engagement plans and communication strategies in relation to difficult and complex issues with competing stakeholder interests.
ABOUT YOU
A successful track record of communications, in a civil roads, engineering or construction environment would be highly regarded. Able to develop a range of communications for use in stakeholder engagement including newsletters, display boards, copy for websites, advertisements and media releases. Excellent interpersonal skills and the ability to deal with people at all levels in potentially difficult situations. Provide strategic advice and support to management on stakeholder issues and reputation management. Resolve complaints, inquiries and requests for information from stakeholders and members of the community. Strong organisational skills with the ability to manage conflicting deadlines across multiple projects. Current drivers licence.
WHAT WE OFFER
The unique opportunity to work in an organisation where the safety of our people and the environment is at the forefront of all that we do Diverse organisation in a growing industry Competitive remuneration with on-going training and support A long-term career opportunity working within an ASX Listed Company
Closing date: 7th May 2018
For more information contact: Juanita Montford; Senior Talent & Sourcing Business Partner
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HOW TO APPLY
To apply for this great opportunity please click the apply now button.
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THE ROLE
As a Works Administrator, you will perform a critical role within our organisation. Based in our North Hobart Office, this is a key support role to assist in the efficiency of Works and Project delivery, and the standardisation of administrative work flows and processes throughout our business- who doesn't love a challenge?
Our administration team are a dedicated and results driven bunch, and this is a fantastic opportunity to contribute to both that team and our broader organisation.
Working closely with our Administration Team Leader, this role will support our Project Management Office and the Operational crews and leaders.
YOU
Ideally you will be results focused, love creating efficiencies, and are great at driving productivity and outcomes. Your communication skills and attention to detail will be second to none, and you will welcome the opportunity to support the continual improvement and development of our internal systems.
WE REQUIRE
You will be highly experienced in a wide range of  administration functions and competencies, including but not limited to:
Project administration Excellent computer skills and knowledge of the Microsoft Suite  The design and implementation of workflow processes and/ or procedures Stakeholder and customer management The compilation and presentation of reports Customer liaison and communications
ABOUT US
Stornoway is a market leader in civil infrastructure solutions including water and wastewater, roads and asset management and quarry products.
We have a vision of helping our customers draw long-term value from their assets.
Diversity is important and we value our recognition as an Employer of Choice.
A position description for the role is available upon request by emailing Lauren at *****@stornoway.com.au + click to reveal.
Please include a Cover Letter when submitting your CV
Applications close April 30
 
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Superb stylish product, highly successful national brand Work for the best of the best. Hobart Location - Sandy Bay Excellent salary, bonuses & performance incentives!
An inspirational, visionary leader in the FASHION industry, this retailer takes no second prizes in their approach to unique style & magnificent craftsmanship. Renowned as forward thinking, their approach to retailing is remarkable & as such they have experienced tremendous success over the years.
The position now exists for an experienced STORE MANAGER to manage this high performing business whilst overseeing a talented team of retailers with a great deal of support from head office at every level.
As the manager of the store you will be wholly responsible for the performance of this highly profitable store & acting as a brand ambassador in the local community. You will be supported by a close-knit team of casuals in your mission to achieve excellence.
Responsibilities will include:
Leading & supporting your respective team Sharing the vision of the company & setting the common goal for your store Over achieving sales targets, & meeting budgeted financial outcome Inventory management, stock takes & ensuring sell through Promotional tie ups & upholding visual merchandising standards whilst still adding your own creative touch!
The ideal candidate will demonstrate the following:
Strong management experience, ideally within apparel Passionate about leading, training & developing your team member Proven track record in monitoring and achieving budgets and KPI's Strong stock control & merchandising skill Savvy sense of style & an eye for detail
The benefits of working with this esteemed retailer include a generous salary package plus bonuses & incentives + Clothing allowance. Are you polished, poised and passionate about your career?
We invite you to APPLY NOW
 
To apply for this exciting role, please forward your resume in our preferred Word or PDF format of 2MB or smaller to: *****@sinclairrecruitment.com.au + click to reveal quoting Ref: 83422.
For any queries regarding this or other roles, please phone Rosa Stoevski on 1300 JOBHUNT (562 486).
Voted Australia's favourite recruiter 2011, 2012 and 2013 and a Sara Legend from 2014 to 2016

THANK YOU FOR SUPPORTING A 100% OWNED AUSTRALIAN COMPANY
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VEC Civil Engineering (VEC), a subsidiary of the Downer Group, is a recognised leader in bridge design and construction, road and rail work, civil construction, water infrastructure and steel fabrication services, operating throughout the Eastern States of Australia.
Due to recent project success and continued growth within the business, VEC require the services of a Procurement Officer to join our Bridge & Road design and construction team in Scottsdale (TAS).
The position will be based out of Scottsdale site Office  Reporting to Civil Construction Manager  this position will be responsible for supporting the procurement team  n efficiently and effectively purchasing goods and services, in a timely manner
Managing new Vendor creation requests. Review requisition requests and clarifying requirements where unclear. Prioritising Requisition requests to ensure timely delivery of Goods & Services. Obtain quotations, evaluate pricing, ensuring corporate deals are adhered to and fulfilling requisitions for goods and services. Monitoring, tracking and reporting for all requisitions including those passed on for subcontract contracts. Maintain close liaison and timely communication with external parties and fellow team members to ensure synergies are realised wherever possible. Assist the manager with generating and implementing improvements to the processes. Work with Operational Managers to resolve disputes relating to supplies Following up with suppliers on discrepancies in orders and stock. Purchases of catalogue and non-catalogue items as well as any custom items that are required. Handling phone enquiries with prompt follow up.   Assisting with month end processing. Monitoring and liaison with the Zero Harm team to understand any implications around safety of work/ supply of goods.
ABOUT YOU
Previous experience in Purchasing ideally in a construction related industry Demonstrated success in streamlining Procurement practices and processes Highly developed and effective communication skills and the ability to work with operational teams Have a clear understanding of how to achieve goals in terms of schedule, quality and cost in accordance with our corporate standards and vision of "Zero Harm".
WHAT WE OFFER
The unique opportunity to work in an organisation where the safety of our people and the environment is at the forefront of all that we do Diverse organisation in a growing industry Competitive remuneration with on-going training and support A long-term career opportunity working within an ASX Listed Company
Closing date: 7th May 2018
For more information contact: Juanita Montford; Senior Talent & Sourcing Business Partner
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HOW TO APPLY
To apply for this great opportunity please click the apply now button
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At Gowans Motor Group we have a commitment to delivering a genuine first class guest experience, along with an outstanding level of professionalism in our Showroom and Service and Parts departments.  Our teams have been selected with the goal of providing our guests with an exceptional level of service. 
We're currently seeking an outgoing person who excels in a “team” environment to join our team in Devonport as a Parts Interpreter. 
Our ideal applicants will have proven Parts Interpreting experience.  We do however encourage others with limited experience to apply, as we are able to provide extensive training if we find a suitable candidate.
The successful candidate will be responsible for:
Customer facing and phone enquiries and sales Pre-picking parts for our service department and sales   Ordering, processing and unpacking of stock Deliveries
Key skills and desired attributes include:
Excellent communication skills A good understanding of system processes and suitable IT skills are essential A good knowledge of vehicle parts and manufacturers The ability to work unsupervised and in a team Strong problem solving skills An open manual drivers licence is essential
You will be dealing directly with our guests, providing them with sound advice and knowledge on automotive parts
In return, we can offer you:
Ongoing training and support from management A role within a passionate team providing excellent service
To apply, please forward your application via email to *****@gowansmotorgroup.com.au + click to reveal or to Human Resources PO Box 467 Devonport TAS 7310
Applications close Friday 4th May 2018
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NDIS - Service Area Manager (Community)
Tasmania - Hobart
Full Time - Fixed Term

- Rewarding opportunity to use your expertise to lead a community based mobile workforce
- Not for profit salary packaging available
About Baptcare:
Baptcare is a National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) Local Area Coordination (LAC) Partner delivering NDIS LAC services in South Australia and Tasmania. We are a leading not for profit organisation that proactively responds to human need through advocacy, a diverse range of programs and community engagement. As an organisation, we aim to provide services with an ethical approach, focusing upon client well-being and respect for people from all walks of life.
Our employees enjoy flexible working arrangements, whilst working in a collaborative and supportive team. We also provide a full induction program with ongoing training to support your development.
About the role:
As the Service Area Manager, you will:
* promote service excellence, consultancy advice and management to the Local Area Coordination (Community) Team
* provide operational and strategic information to the Regional Manager
* promote passion and commitment to encourage an autonomous, flexible and innovative workforce.
This is a fixed-term position until 30 June 2019.
Key Selection Criteria:
* People management - demonstrated experience in managing and leading staff in an environment of rapid change, including managing a mobile workforce, supervision, coaching, performance management and professional development.
* Stakeholder management - proven ability to work collaboratively with a wide range of stakeholders and demonstrated ability to act as a change agent in communities to build and strengthen capacity inclusive community practices.
* Communication - highly developed communication, negotiation, relationship building, problem solving and interpersonal skills including written and verbal communication.
Technical Expertise:
* a relevant qualification in disability or community services and at least 2 years' experience in working with people with a disability
* comprehensive understanding of the Disability, Child, Youth and Family Services sector, including Child Protection, the requirements of the Disability Services Act 2011, and the Children, Young Persons and their Families Act 1997 and other key legislative reforms
* experience in working with children and with vulnerable people.
Other Requirements:
* ability and willingness to travel
* current satisfactory national police check or willingness to obtain
* current Working with Children Check or willingness to obtain
* current First Aid Certificate of willingness to obtain (HLTAID003 Provide First Aid)
* competency in using the range of Office computer packages
* current motor vehicle licence (desirable)
Baptcare is committed to ensuring our employees are representative of the communities that we serve. People with disability are highly encouraged to apply for jobs with Baptcare and where possible, we will make reasonable adjustments to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions of the role.
Baptcare is a child-safe organisation and has a zero-tolerance approach to child abuse, and indeed to the abuse of any person. Applicants will be carefully screened and will need to demonstrate a commitment to the safety of children and vulnerable people.

How to apply:
Please visit our website to apply and obtain a copy of the Role Statement at www.baptcare.org.au
All applications should address the Key Selection Criteria highlighted above in a cover letter. Please forward queries to: 
Emily Daniels
Email: *****@baptcare.org.au + click to reveal Applicants must be permanent residents of Australia    
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NDIS - Participant Liaison Officer - Multiple Roles
Tasmania - Hobart
Full Time - Fixed Term

- Rewarding opportunity to use your skills to enhance the lives of people with disability 
- Be part of a community based, mobile workforce 
- Not for profit salary packaging available
About Baptcare:
Baptcare is a National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) Local Area Coordination (LAC) Partner delivering NDIS LAC services in South Australia and Tasmania. We are a leading not for profit organisation that proactively responds to human need through advocacy, a diverse range of programs and community engagement. As an organisation, we aim to provide services with an ethical approach, focusing upon client well-being and respect for people from all walks of life.
Our employees enjoy flexible working arrangements, whilst working in a collaborative and supportive team. We also provide a full induction program with ongoing training to support your development.
About the role:
As the Participant Liaison Officer, you will:
* support people with disability, carers and their families to access information, enter the Scheme and/or transition smoothly into the Scheme
* work in the communities or meet participants in their homes
* provide information on mainstream supports and link participants to access and actively participate in community activities.
This is a fixed-term position until 30 June 2019.
Key Selection Criteria:
* Communication - demonstrated communication skills and experience in collecting and collating key information and criteria. 
* Problem solving - able to work within complex environments and be outcome focused.
* Continuous development - ability to accept constructive feedback from supervisors and stakeholders and apply continuous learning to keep abreast of developments in the industry.
Technical Expertise:
* comprehensive understanding of the Disability, Child, Youth and Family Services sector, including Child Protection, the requirements of the Disability Services Act 2011, and the Children, Young Persons and their Families Act 1997 and other key legislative reforms
* experience in working with children and with vulnerable people.
Other Requirements:
* ability and willingness to travel
* current satisfactory national police check or willingness to obtain
* current Working with Children Check or willingness to obtain
* current First Aid Certificate of willingness to obtain (HLTAID003 Provide First Aid)
* competency in using the range of Office computer packages
* current motor vehicle licence (desirable)
Baptcare is committed to ensuring our employees are representative of the communities that we serve. People with disability are highly encouraged to apply for jobs with Baptcare and where possible, we will make reasonable adjustments to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions of the role.
Baptcare is a child-safe organisation and has a zero-tolerance approach to child abuse, and indeed to the abuse of any person. Applicants will be carefully screened and will need to demonstrate a commitment to the safety of children and vulnerable people.

How to apply:
Please visit our website to apply and obtain a copy of the Role Statement at www.baptcare.org.au
All applications should address the Key Selection Criteria highlighted above in a cover letter. Please forward queries to: 
Sash Busa
Email: sbusa@…show email Applicants must be permanent residents of Australia