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The Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (AHPRA) works in partnership with 14 National Boards to implement the national regulatory scheme for health professionals. The purpose of health practitioner regulation is to protect the public by ensuring that only health practitioners who have the skills, qualifications and knowledge to provide safe care are registered.
The Notifications Officer is responsible for the management of notifications in the state and territory based offices that result in assessment and investigation or other action under the National Law.
This is your opportunity to make a difference for the community as you work to ensure the practice and conduct of health professionals is of a high standard. In this role you will be responsible for:
• Identifying regulatory issues in a complaint about a registered health practitioner to ascertain possible performance, conduct or health concerns regarding the practitioner that present a risk to the public.
• Conducting a comprehensive assessment and or investigation to gather relevant information to inform identified issues and provide quality regulatory advice (recommendations) to the Boards in the interest of the health and safety of the public.
• Documenting and critically analysing information and drawing conclusions against established guidelines, codes and legislation to determine whether a practitioner’s performance or conduct is satisfactory.
• Drafting reports demonstrating a concise analysis of voluminous or complex information.
• The provision of quality regulatory advice consistent with the objectives and guiding principles of the Health Practitioner Regulation National Law as in effect in each State and Territory to assist National Boards in the regulation of registered health practitioners.
• Maintaining professional communication with a range of internal and external stakeholders, and ensuring a high standard of customer service.
As the ideal candidate, you will demonstrate the following:
• Relevant tertiary qualification (i.e. Lawyer or Health Practitioner within Nursing, Medical or similar field)- is highly desirable
• Knowledge and experience in the conduct of investigations or case management;
• Strong written skills including experience in writing reports and recommendations;
• Ability to apply legislation, policies and procedures in a regulatory environment;
• Well developed interpersonal and oral communication skills with the ability to build productive working relationships
• Excellent organisational skills including the ability to prioritise, multi-task, meet deadlines while having strong attention to detail
Base salary of $94,740 per annum
To apply:
• Click "Apply now" to submit your application and view the Position Description
• Please submit your application from a confidential email address where you are prepared to receive all emails regarding the position
• Your application must include a resume and maximum 2 page response to the “Qualifications/Experience” selection criteria which are stated in the Position Description under the heading "Key Requirements"
• For further information or enquiries please contact Lisa McIntosh on *****16 + click to reveal
• Applications must be submitted by 4 pm, 10 October 2017
• As part of your application, all applicants external to AHPRA must provide evidence of Australian Working rights
EAO00119 - Notifications Officer---TAS---September 2017.pdf
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Amazing Personal Trainers wanted !
Are you a vibrant, highly motivated Personal Trainer with a passion for helping people make a change?
Do you want the freedom to work your own hours, manage your own client base and have uncapped earning potential?
Right now we're looking for  Personal Trainers to join our Northern Zap team in:
Burnie
Devonport

As a Personal Trainer with Zap, you will be responsible for building your own business within a designated club.
Zap gyms have only the very latest Life Fitness  internet connected cardio plus Hammer Strength, Iron Edge & Alphafit training equipment plus expansive functional areas including stretch & balance.
We use our video platforms and in-gym plasma and cardio screens to promote you. Plus you get  kitted up with business cards, posters and a ripper introductory offer to our members.
There's a low weekly rent with build up period - so Personal Trainers should be willing to run their own business within the Zap Fitness organisation and expect the rewards.
 
Applicants must have:
Certificate III & IV in Fitness
Current First Aid Certificate
Public Liability & Indemnity Insurance
ABN
A positive, energetic and friendly attitude is essential, and being open to small group training and classes is highly regarded. 
Ready to be your own boss, make an impression, and start creating massive positive change.
Send your cover Letter and CV to:
*****@zapfitness.com.au + click to reveal
 
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Gumnut OSHC has a permanent  position vacant for a Co-Ordinator . Minimum hours 18.5 hours per week , 5 days per week during school terms. Minimum qualification Cert III with experience working in a co-ordinating role. Further enquiries *****88 + click to reveal
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We are a diverse and inclusive workplace and understand the importance of flexibility. We want our workforce to reflect the diversity in our community. Ask how we can make this role flexible to suit you.
Hours per fortnight
Position #700002 is 22 hours and 15 minutes a fortnight.
Position #701831 is 19 hours and 15 minutes a fortnight.
Duties
Carry out any or all of the following client services:
• provide advice on product information
• provide advice and information on general Government services as sought by clients
• interpret client needs
• access, interpret and update information
• process a range of transactions for goods and services, including services specific to a particular shop or group of shops
• ensure the shopfront office infrastructure is properly maintained, eg equipment, office procedures, security equipment etc
• develop and maintain shopfront displays including stock levels
• organise and arrange referrals where necessary to appropriate Government Agencies
• provide the full range of banking services in accordance with the Agreement between Service Tasmania and financial institutions. Ensure the accurate and timely completion of daily tasks in line with specified shopfront procedures and processes. Reconcile daily transactions and preparation of money and cheques for banking. Provide advice and assistance, including training, to other staff and undertake appropriate training and self-development activities as required to ensure appropriate skills and knowledge for all forms of service delivery. Develop and maintain effective liaison with other shops, Service Tasmania management, Client Agencies, and business and community representatives as appropriate and necessary. Operate a range of equipment including PCs, digital cameras, telephones, copiers, fax machines, EFTPOS terminals, security equipment etc. Perform any other assigned duties, at the classification level that are within the employee’s competence and training. Essential requirements:
The Head of the State Service has determined that the person nominated for this position is to satisfy a pre-employment National Criminal History Police Check before taking up the appointment, promotion or transfer. The following check is to be conducted:
Checks for criminal charges, convictions or findings of guilt for:
crimes involving dishonesty crimes of violence sex related offences serious drug offences traffic violations, criminal or traffic charges (but not including parking infringements).
Desirable Requirements
12 months experience in a customer service environment.
Download the Statement of Duties and any Associated Documents
SOD - Client Service Officer - Generic.DOCX
SOD - Client Service Officer - Generic.pdf
Information for Applicants.docx
Information for Applicants.pdf
How to apply
Electronic submission of application is preferred.
You will be prompted to complete an online application form and to attach your cover letter, resume and selection criteria responses. Please note, attachments must be in Microsoft Word or PDF format. Please indicate which position you are applying for (list both if applicable).
If you have any difficulty uploading your application, please contact us prior to the closing date on *****07 + click to reveal or *****99. + click to reveal
For more information
Claire Catlin
Team Leader Remote
*****@service.tas.gov.au + click to reveal
Phone: *****93 + click to reveal
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We are a diverse and inclusive workplace and understand the importance of flexibility. We want our workforce to reflect the diversity in our community. Ask how we can make this role flexible to suit you.
Hours per fortnight
Position #700002 is 22 hours and 15 minutes a fortnight.
Position #701831 is 19 hours and 15 minutes a fortnight.
Duties
Carry out any or all of the following client services:
• provide advice on product information
• provide advice and information on general Government services as sought by clients
• interpret client needs
• access, interpret and update information
• process a range of transactions for goods and services, including services specific to a particular shop or group of shops
• ensure the shopfront office infrastructure is properly maintained, eg equipment, office procedures, security equipment etc
• develop and maintain shopfront displays including stock levels
• organise and arrange referrals where necessary to appropriate Government Agencies
• provide the full range of banking services in accordance with the Agreement between Service Tasmania and financial institutions. Ensure the accurate and timely completion of daily tasks in line with specified shopfront procedures and processes. Reconcile daily transactions and preparation of money and cheques for banking. Provide advice and assistance, including training, to other staff and undertake appropriate training and self-development activities as required to ensure appropriate skills and knowledge for all forms of service delivery. Develop and maintain effective liaison with other shops, Service Tasmania management, Client Agencies, and business and community representatives as appropriate and necessary. Operate a range of equipment including PCs, digital cameras, telephones, copiers, fax machines, EFTPOS terminals, security equipment etc. Perform any other assigned duties, at the classification level that are within the employee’s competence and training. Essential requirements:
The Head of the State Service has determined that the person nominated for this position is to satisfy a pre-employment National Criminal History Police Check before taking up the appointment, promotion or transfer. The following check is to be conducted:
Checks for criminal charges, convictions or findings of guilt for:
crimes involving dishonesty crimes of violence sex related offences serious drug offences traffic violations, criminal or traffic charges (but not including parking infringements).
Desirable Requirements
12 months experience in a customer service environment.
Download the Statement of Duties and any Associated Documents
SOD - Client Service Officer - Generic.DOCX
SOD - Client Service Officer - Generic.pdf
Information for Applicants.docx
Information for Applicants.pdf
How to apply
Electronic submission of application is preferred.
You will be prompted to complete an online application form and to attach your cover letter, resume and selection criteria responses. Please note, attachments must be in Microsoft Word or PDF format. Please indicate which position you are applying for (list both if applicable).
If you have any difficulty uploading your application, please contact us prior to the closing date on *****07 + click to reveal or *****99. + click to reveal
For more information
Claire Catlin
Team Leader Remote
*****@service.tas.gov.au + click to reveal
Phone: *****93 + click to reveal
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Hydro Tasmania is Australia’s leading clean energy business, largest producer of renewable energy, and largest water manager.
For more than a century, Tasmanians have relied on our hydropower to grow and support the state’s communities and economy.
We’ve led clean energy innovation in Australia - building 55 major dams, 30 hydropower stations and two major wind farms. We employ more than 1,100 people, mostly in Tasmania.
Hydro Tasmania sells energy into the National Electricity Market through our retail business Momentum Energy. We also offer world-renowned expertise through our specialist consulting firm Entura.
Today, Hydro Tasmania stands ready to help make Tasmania the Battery of the Nation. We have the skills, experience and passion to help create an energy future that’s clean, reliable and affordable.
We care, we collaborate, we innovate, we achieve. We are powering generations.
About you and the role:
As part of our four year Apprenticeship Program, you have an opportunity to create the foundations of a successful career as an Apprentice Mechanic with Hydro Tasmania in our West Coast region. You’ll gain skills in operational functions, maintenance and refurbishment of generational equipment at our power Stations. Successful completion will give you a technical qualification as a mechanic, setting you up for a successful career.
You’ll have an outstanding work ethic and ability to self-motivate.
You will acquire skills in:
Safety and environmental awareness
Project work, including scope, resources and materials
Application Instructions
More information on our Apprenticeship Program can be found on the Hydro Tasmania website.
To apply for this position, please email your resume and a cover letter detailing why you are the best person for the job to *****@hydro.com.au + click to reveal.
You will have completed year 10 and hold or be working towards a current driver's licence. We will also require you to complete health assessment and background checks.
Applications close at 9:00 am on Monday 2nd October 2017.
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Hydro Tasmania is Australia’s leading clean energy business, largest producer of renewable energy, and largest water manager.
For more than a century, Tasmanians have relied on our hydropower to grow and support the state’s communities and economy.
We’ve led clean energy innovation in Australia - building 55 major dams, 30 hydropower stations and two major wind farms. We employ more than 1,100 people, mostly in Tasmania.
Hydro Tasmania sells energy into the National Electricity Market through our retail business Momentum Energy. We also offer world-renowned expertise through our specialist consulting firm Entura.
Today, Hydro Tasmania stands ready to help make Tasmania the Battery of the Nation. We have the skills, experience and passion to help create an energy future that’s clean, reliable and affordable.
We care, we collaborate, we innovate, we achieve. We are powering generations.
About you and the role:
As part of our four year Apprenticeship Program, you have an opportunity to create the foundations of a successful career as an Apprentice Mechanic with Hydro Tasmania in our Derwent valley region. You’ll gain skills in operational functions, maintenance and refurbishment of generational equipment at our power Stations. Successful completion will give you a technical qualification as a mechanic, setting you up for a successful career. You’ll have an outstanding work ethic and ability to self-motivate.
You will acquire skills in:
Safety and environmental awareness Project work, including scope, resources and materials
Application Instructions
More information on our Apprenticeship Program can be found on the Hydro Tasmania website.
To apply for this position, please email your resume and a cover letter detailing why you are the best person for the job to *****@hydro.com.au + click to reveal.
You will have completed year 10 and hold or be working towards a current driver's licence. We will also require you to complete health assessment and background checks.
Applications close at 9:00 am on Monday 2nd October 2017.
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Saffire Freycinet is a world class luxury coastal sanctuary, sophisticated and intimate style, and an inspirational experience which offers guests a highly tailored and personalised experience. It is a place of rejuvenation, enrichment, and relaxation, and a property where career seeking hospitality and tourism professionals are truly valued.

Saffire is based on the East Coast of Tasmania, a 10 minute drive from the holiday town of Coles Bay and 2.5 hours' drive (195km) from both Hobart in the South of the state and Launceston in the North.
With access to beautiful local and Tasmanian produce and some of the country's finest wines, you will have an opportunity to create a dining experience in a class of its own. With an impressive list of awards and accolades in Saffire's repertoire, we are inviting you to become part of this exceptional resort. Some of our awards include but are not limited to;

• 2017, 2016, 2015- Best Luxury property in Australia (Trip Advisor Traveller’s choice awards),
• 2017, 2016 - Best Service in Australia (Trip Advisor Traveller’s choice awards)
• 2016- Top ten best luxury and service within a hotel in the world (Trip Advisor traveller’s choice awards)
• 2016- Best Luxury property in Australia (Qantas Tourism Awards)
• 2015- Best overall Boutique Hotel in the world (World Boutique Hotel Awards)
• 2015- Best gastronomic Boutique hotel in the world (World Boutique Hotel Awards)
Saffire is searching for a career driven and committed Chef de Partie to join our team. They will play a pivotal role in assisting us to create some of Australia's most finest dining experiences. Our successful candidate will have;

• Required qualifications and experiences,
• Exceptionally driven and motivated,
• A vehicle and drivers licence,
• A values and principle lead work ethic and attitude, and
• The ability to lead and motivate members of the kitchen team.
Awarded the 2015 Employer of Choice, we offer a range of employee benefits (including subsidised staff accommodation) and promote an environment where values and team culture are of high importance. By working alongside out talented team and Executive Chef, Todd Adams, you will have the opportunity to develop your skills and reach your next level.

For further information, please visit www.saffire-freycinet.com.au or contact Hayley Stevens on *****62 + click to reveal or *****@federalgroup.com.au. + click to reveal To apply, click ‘apply now’ and upload a copy of your resume.
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Year 3 teacher
Wimbledon, South West London
Immediate start Are you looking for a new Primary teaching position in the South West London area? I am currently working with an Outstanding two form entry school in the borough of Merton who are looking for a  class teacher to join their team. This role is to start in September and is on a permanent basis. If you hold a relevant qualification, have experience in a classroom setting and are looking for a new teaching position then this could be a fantastic opportunity for you. Both experienced teachers and NQTs are welcome to apply.
Your new role will involve teaching a Year 3 class on a full time basis. The group is flexible, you will be placed into a class which you feel confident to teach. You will be required to plan, prepare and deliver schemes of work in line with the national curriculum, although you will be supported by the school to do this. If this sounds like you, then we would like to hear from you.
What you'll need to succeed To be successful in this position you must have completed your qualification and be eligible to apply for a visa to work in the UK. The class you will be teaching is of mixed ability. You will be able to effectively differentiate schemes of work so all pupils reach their full potential. You should be happy to work in a team and able to communicate effectively with parents and carers.
What you'll get in return You’ll be joining an Outstanding primary school which is oversubscribed and extremely popular. This school is very much part of the wider community and benefits from very supportive parents who are keen to be involved with the school and their children’s learning. As a two form entry school you will have support of another class teacher in your year group, planning and marking is shared.
Successful candidates also benefit from: 
Competitive Pay Reimbursement Bonuses Regular social events Discounted travel deals Free training throughout the year Relocation support Guaranteed work scheme
What you need to do now
If you're interested in this role, click 'apply now' to forward an up-to-date copy of your CV, or call us now.
If this job isn't quite right for you but you are looking for a new position, please contact us for a confidential discussion on your career. Workshop Plant Mechanic, Rotating Shift, $36-$40
8 week temporary assignment for an Office Coordinator in a CBD Architecture practice
A great opportunity for a Commercial Analyst to work for an FMCG Giant
Multi-national retailer based in Minchinbury with great company culture, $24.50PH, full-time 3 month contract
Desktop Support Analyst job based in the CBD for a State Government Organisation for a 3 month contract
Clinical Coordinator - Cardiothoracic and Vascular Theatre job located in Adelaide
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Currently we have a vacancy in our Hobart  Depot for a Heavy Rigid Driver.  If you enjoy great working conditions with above award pay, this could be what you are looking for.
This permanent full time position involves the individual undertaking varied heavy rigid driving activities as well as yard operation tasks when required.   Knowledge of load restraint practices, fatigue management and undertaking truck driving operations in the Hobart area  would be well regarded.  A Heavy Rigid driver's license is essential and a current Forklift license would be advantageous.
The successful person must have the following personal characteristics:
Positive Attitude Punctuality, Responsibility and Reliability High Levels of Honesty and Truthfulness Great work ethic with excellent attention to detail
In addition you must also be strong, healthy and willing to learn.
Please forward applications by no later than Friday 6th October 2017 to:
Sarah Thorn
Human Resources Officer
De Bruyn's Transport
PO Box 831
BURNIE    TAS   7320
Or email *****@dbtrans.com.au + click to reveal
De Bruyn's Transport is a smoke free workplace and an equal opportunity employer.
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About the Organisation
Life Without Barriers is a leading social purpose, not for profit organisation working in more than 300 communities across Australia. We support children, young people and families, people with disability, older people and people with mental illness. We work with people who are homeless and refugees and asylum seekers.    
 
We want to employ people who reflect the diversity of our clients to ensure we can support each client's individual needs and wants. We encourage people of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander background and people with disability to apply.
    
About the Role
As Program Manager, you will build relationships with new stakeholders, identify service gaps, and have the opportunity to drive business growth. We are seeking a motivated and enthusiastic manager who is keen to develop their career and contribute to the ongoing success of our Child, Youth and Family Services programs.  Experience in Out of Home Care is essential. 
 
This position will be offered on an initial twelve month contract on a full time basis with the potential to be extended. Generous benefits include tool of trade vehicle, and an exciting professional experience to develop your leadership skills.
   
Key Responsibilities
Manage a single program or multiple programs compliant with legislation, standards, contractual requirements and internal policy. Ensure delivery of program services in accordance with program budget, local business plans and in line with client needs and plans. Develop and maintain local operational and administrative systems and procedures to support the effective management of the program. Ensure a consistent standard of quality is delivered for program in accordance with regulations prescribed in relevant legislation and funding agency standards. Develop, lead, motivate and manage a team. Manage risks and issues arising in the course of service management.
Skills & Experience
Demonstrated experience in a program similar to that is delivered by LWB: National Immigration Support Service or Disability or Mental Health or Out of Home Care or Residential Care. Degree qualification in Human Services or related discipline. A demonstrated commitment to the care and protection of clients. Demonstrated experience in team leadership and management. Demonstrated interpersonal/communication skills, including verbal, written and negotiation. Demonstrated ability to manage services and programs within a budget.
Successful candidates will be required to clear probity checks including National Criminal History Record Check and hold Tasmanian Working With Vulnerable People Registration.
     
Benefits
Make a difference to young Tasmanians Twelve month term, with potential to extend.
How to Apply
Include your resume and covering letter in one document, click 'Apply' and follow the prompts. For any enquiries contact *****@lwb.org.au.  + click to reveal
 
Applications close at midnight on Sunday 8th October 2017.
    
  
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COMSTAR SYSTEMS PTY LTD is a full-service Telecommunications company, seeking qualified Telecommunications Riggers and Technical Officers to work in both metro & regional locations.
Essential Requirements - Riggers and Technical Officers:
Current driving Licence White Card RF, EME Awareness
Riggers:
Communication rigging experience is essential Basic/ Intermediate or Advanced rigging ticket High-Risk Licence Working at Heights Tower Rescue
Key responsibilities include the installation and maintenance of client's radio links, waveguide feeder cables, masts and towers
Technical Officers:
Extensive knowledge of mobile communications, broadband, broadcasting and in other applications of general communications Ability to work in diverse and technically challenging fields Tower Rescue
Applicants are required to meet the highest standards of work and safety practices and provide end support to sales, technical staff and clients.  Only candidates with full working rights in Australia need apply.
Please email your CV as well as a covering letter outlining your suitability for this position to *****@comstarsystems.com.au + click to reveal
Applications close:  Friday October 6th, 2017
 
For further information, please contact HR/Compliance Officer, Cheryl Heneghan on *****50. + click to reveal
 
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Hydro Tasmania is Australia’s leading clean energy business, largest producer of renewable energy, and largest water manager.
For more than a century, Tasmanians have relied on our hydropower to grow and support the state’s communities and economy.
We’ve led clean energy innovation in Australia - building 55 major dams, 30 hydropower stations and two major wind farms. We employ more than 1,100 people, mostly in Tasmania.
Hydro Tasmania sells energy into the National Electricity Market through our retail business Momentum Energy. We also offer world-renowned expertise through our specialist consulting firm Entura.
Today, Hydro Tasmania stands ready to help make Tasmania the Battery of the Nation. We have the skills, experience and passion to help create an energy future that’s clean, reliable and affordable.
We care, we collaborate, we innovate, we achieve. We are powering generations.
About you and the role:
As part of our four year Apprenticeship Program, you have an opportunity to create the foundations of a successful career as an Electrical Apprentice with Hydro Tasmania in the Derwent Valley. You’ll gain skills in operational functions, maintenance and refurbishment of generational equipment at our power stations. Successful completion will give you a technical qualification as an electrician, setting you up for a successful career.
You’ll have an outstanding work ethic and ability to self-motivate.
You will acquire skills in:
Safety and environmental awareness Project work, including scope, resources and materials
Application Instructions
More information on our Apprenticeship Program can be found on the Hydro Tasmania website.
To apply for this position please email your resume and a cover letter detailing why you are the best person for the job to *****@hydro.com.au. + click to reveal
You will have completed year 10 and hold or be working towards a current driver's licence. We will also require you to complete health assessment and background checks.
Applications close at 9:00 am on 2nd October 2017
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Reservations and Ticketing Assistant
 
West Coast Wilderness Railway has restated itself as an iconic tourist experience on Tasmania's West Coast. Operating between Queenstown and Strahan, the railway traverses rugged mountains and travels through enchanting Gondwana rainforest, still home to the ancient Huon pine.
We are currently recruiting a Reservations and Ticketing Assistant for the upcoming tourist season. We are seeking applications from hospitality personnel for casual employment.
The role involves providing a quality customer service experience to all visitors to the West Coast Wilderness Railway. You will be required to provide helpful, friendly, accurate and efficient service to customers booking West Coast Wilderness Railway journeys by phone or in person, perform all duties involved in checking passengers in, and complete retail sales.
Successful candidates will have the following:
Outstanding customer service ethic and skills Excellent communication skills, verbal and written Strong organisational and time management skills Ability to work unsupervised, demonstrating initiative, attention to detail and accuracy Demonstrated ability to work as a team member Proficient numeracy and cash handling skills Experience and confidence operating information technology systems
 
 
Staff Accommodation is available
To apply, send your application including a cover letter and current resume to *****@wcwr.com.au + click to reveal
Applications Close 5pm, Tuesday 10th October 2017
Only successful candidates will be contacted 
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The Royal Automobile Club of Tasmania was established in 1923 to represent the interests of Tasmanian motorists. Today, we are passionate about finding ways to enhance life for all Tasmanians and creating lasting connections with our customers and our staff.
We're seeking talented cooks and chefs to join our kitchen brigades on a casual basis as we prepare for the busy tourist season. Our three properties - Freycinet Lodge, Strahan Village and Cradle Mountain Hotel - are located in beautiful regional areas of Tasmania and offer the perfect backdrop for a seasonal job... or a longer stay!
Subsidised staff accommodation is available at each property and we encourage both local and travelling candidates to apply. Working holiday makers are welcome.
You will have:
Previous cookery experience, either as a cook or qualified chef Excellent communication and interpersonal skills The ability to work well under pressure as part of a busy team Great time management and organisational skills A passion for local and seasonal produce
To apply, submit your resume and a brief cover letter that outlines your preferred location and your availability. For more information, please contact Morgan on *****45. + click to reveal
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Registered Nurse
Eskleigh Foundation is an accredited and progressive organisation, supporting people with disabilities. To learn more about us, visit our website www.eskleigh.com.au
Opportunities exist for Registered Nurses to work a rotating roster that will comprise of predominantly afternoon and night shifts as well as the occasional morning shift.
You must hold current AHPRA Registration, a Working with Vulnerable People check and current Police check.
Benefits include Salary Packaging, ongoing training and support and working within a friendly team atmosphere.
For more information, contact the Clinical Nurse Coordinator, Belinda  *****00. + click to reveal
For a position description please contact Mrs Catherine McIntyre *****@eskleigh.com.au + click to reveal or phone *****00. + click to reveal
Please submit your resume and cover letter including your availability via the seek advert.

Applications close: 26 October 2017
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Contemporary  Child Protection Program Outstanding Leadership  Opportunities Drive Sustainable Change - Relocate to Victoria today
The Department of Health and Human Services, North Division incorporates several of Melbourne Growth Corridors, comprising of 17 Local Government Areas with a population of 1.2 million.
The Child Protection Program operating within the North Division is an innovative initiative aimed at enhancing the lives of children at risk.  
Outstanding opportunities currently exist for highly motivated individuals join the Leadership team in the capacity of Team manager or Senior Practitioner (CPP5 level).
Team Manager/Senior Practitioners require expertise in operations and practice and play a critical role in the supervision and support of child protection practitioners. 
Pivotal to your success in this challenging yet fulfilling role, ideal candidates will possess demonstrable skills in the following key areas;
Highly developed People Management skills with the ability to forge relationships at all levels of the organization  Superior Stakeholder Management experience, underpinned by a strong business acumen. Leadership capability coupled with experience assuming  a mentoring capacity 
In return successful candidates will receive Supervision by Leaders in the field, exposure to innovative Social Work Practices as well as ongoing Professional Development.
Make the decision to pursue a fulfilling professional career and help our families. 
Rewrite tomorrow, one child at a time. 
It is a great time to join the Preston team.
For further information on the position description and the selection criteria visit; www.careers.vic.gov.au  
Please contact Pina Molea, Child Protection Operations Manager on *****90 for + click to reveal further information.  
Job Reference number: DHHS/ND/378597 
Applications close: Tuesday, 3 October 2017 
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  An opportunity exists for a Technician to join our Launceston based operation to service a wide range of clients.
  Applicants must have a Trade qualification and industry experience. Be able to work alone and in a team and take pride in their results.
 We offer an opportunity to work across all areas of our industry (residential, commercial and industrial.)
  The successful applicant could enjoy:
·   Use of fully maintained company vehicle. (with moderate private use)
·   Uniforms and specialist tools provided.
·   Assistance to achieve further qualifications.
·   A generous annual performance bonus for a company minded person.
  Only Australian Citizens apply. 
  All applications will be treated confidentially.
  Reply to:
             The Manager
             Temp Control Tasmania Pty Ltd
             PO Box 1818
             Launceston
             TAS 7250
  Phone Enquiries: Duncan Stedman
                           *****42 + click to reveal
  Email: *****@bigpond.com + click to reveal
Duncan Stedman
Managing Director
Temp Control Tasmania Pty Ltd
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Applications close 30th October 2017
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Full Time Position, Monday – Friday.
UNIQUE & VARIED ROLE with a long standing Tasmanian owned Market leader .
Delivery Driver – Part of Role is delivering water storage products direct to customers across the state, with full time driving duties when other drivers on leave .
YARD / STORES /FACTORY - Receiving goods into the Factory & picking goods for Daily Despatch etc .
Requires MR Licence, with experience & Fork Lift Licence.
Applications via e-mail to:
Mr Matt Stringer,
General Manager.
TANKWORLD TASMANIA.
*****@tankworldtas.com.au + click to reveal
 
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Derwent Mercantile is a field services provider to banks, finance companies, law firms and insurers. We have a permanent full-time position for someone to join our team in Hobart.
 
The position involves personal visits to addresses to serve legal documents; negotiate payment of debts; repossession of assets and floor-plan inventory auditing of motor vehicle dealerships.
 
Ideally you will enjoy talking with and assisting people to maintain their relationship with our clients and honour their obligations. After performing field visits you will be required to provide reports to clients from our Hobart office. An immediate start is required with full field training provided.
 
The successful candidate will require the following characteristics and skills:
Minimum Certificate III level in Business or similar Previous experience in collections, banking or legal environment required Strong IT skills (MS Office and Apple mobile products) Flexible working hours including outside business hours Enjoy customer service and be confident Strong and clear written and verbal communication and negotiation skills Self-starter; ability to manage own workload Attention to detail/strong accuracy with compliance Hold a current driver's licence Honesty and integrity Meet the requirements to obtain a Commercial Sub-Agent Licence
 
This position comes with an attractive salary package including vehicle, phone and tablet. Please submit an application letter briefly demonstrating the above characteristics and skills together with your resume, using the link provided. Both male and female candidates are encouraged to apply. Whilst field training is required, it will build upon your previous experience in the industry as outlined above.
 
The manager can be contacted on *****91 + click to reveal for a confidential discussion. Applications close 5 October 2017.
 
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The Location
Located on a pristine coast line this city has a population of 200,000 residents and well developed infrastructure with a vibrant shopping district that spills onto the beach for seafood and coffee. The local countryside is renowned for its produce. You can buy award winning cheese at the factory outlet and taste whisky at the cellar door. There are restaurants to linger in and well stocked delis to tempt you with gourmet treats.
The Facility
The Hospital is the tertiary referral centre for the State and provides tertiary care in most major areas of Obstetrics and Gynaecology. There is a level 3 Neonatal Intensive Care Unit which is also the tertiary referral unit for the state of Tasmania. The Hospital is the primary teaching hospital for the University Of Tasmania School Of Medicine. 
Requirements
To apply for this position it is essential you either hold the FRANZCOG, have been assessed by RANZCOG as being comparable or have completed your specialist training in the UK, Ireland, Canada or the US.
For more information please apply now or call us *****32. + click to reveal