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Launceston Location Casual position
Tasmanian Medical Laboratories aims to achieve and maintain the highest standard of service and scientific excellence within the Tasmanian pathology market.
An exciting opportunity exists for a casual Pathology Collector in Launceston.  This position will be required to cover various shifts between the hours of 7:30am to 6:00pm, Monday to Friday with participation on the weekend roster, and occasional public holidays is also required.
Your duties will include:
Collection of blood and other samples from patients in Collection Clinics and House Calls; Performing holter and blood pressure monitors; Sorting of specimens; Stock maintenance; and Customer appointments and pre-payments and request details.
You will possess:
Excellent customer service and communication skills; Strong attention to detail; A demonstrated ability to work under minimal supervision and ability to liaise with patients; A willingness to adhere to TML Pathology's departmental and organisational policies and procedures; Strong time management and organisational skills; A current Driver's Licence; and Certificate III in Pathology is highly regarded.
Initial enquiries can be directed to Maree Woods on *****00.  + click to reveal Applications to *****@qml.com.au + click to reveal or alternatively apply via the appropriate link below.  Applications close Monday, 11 December 2017.  Please quote job number T014 when applying.
Only people who have the right to work in Australia may apply for this position.
Employment at Tasmanian Medical Laboratories may be subject to a satisfactory pre-employment medical assessment.
Tasmanian Medical Laboratories are an equal opportunity employer.
 Note: Your application will be reviewed and if successful we will contact you directly to discuss the next stage of the recruitment process.   If you are not shortlisted you will usually not be advised that your application was not successful. 
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Applications are invited for appointment to this position, which will be offered on a full-time fixed-term basis, commencing on or after 15 January 2018 for a period of 2 years.
The ARC Centre of Excellence for Electromaterials Science (ACES) is a multi-institutional Research Centre, with a research node hosted within the Australian Centre for Research on Separation Sciences (ACROSS), based within the School of Natural Sciences, and located within the Chemistry Building, Sandy Bay Campus of the University of Tasmania. ACROSS is headed by the Director, and is part of the College of Sciences and Engineering.
The ACES Research Fellow will undertake research as described within ARC research project CE*****12 + click to reveal (Centre of Excellence for Electromaterials Science) driving the development of new electrofluidic platforms produced using novel additive fabrication technologies. The appointee will be expected to carry out independent research and to collaborate with workers in other research themes and programs being conducted within ACES, and within ACROSS.
The successful applicant will have a PhD in Analytical Chemistry, Bioanalytical Chemistry, Microfluidics, Diagnostic/Biomedical Engineering, or closely related subject, and have proven research experience in the field of electrofluidics and diagnostics (especially in relation to 3D and additive fabrication, electrophoretic separations, and electrochemistry), as demonstrated by completed projects, publications and other suitable research output. The successful applicant will also be able to demonstrate excellent written and oral communication skills, and an awareness of Occupational Health and Safety issues.
Appointment to this role will be at Academic Level A, Step 6 and will have a total remuneration package of $89,960 comprising base salary of $82,155 plus 9.5% superannuation.
**Please note, your application must as a minimum include your resume, a cover letter and your responses to the selection criteria.
For further information about the position please contact Prof. Brett Paull, Director, ACROSS, on telephone *****80, + click to reveal or email *****@utas.edu.au + click to reveal
The closing date for receipt of your application is 12 December 2017.
A copy of the Position Description can be found on the University of Tasmania Careers Page.
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MIcare Mental Health Senior Practitioner 
Full-time position -Southern Tasmania

- Not for profit salary packaging
- Flexible working arrangements
About the organisation
Baptcare is a purpose driven and faith based organisation working across Victoria and Tasmania, providing residential and community care for older people and support to children, families, and people with disability, financially disadvantaged people and people seeking asylum.
About the Role
The MIcare Mental Health initiative is funded by DHHS in partnership with the Australian Government through the National Partnership agreement (NPA) on Supporting National Mental Health Reform. 
The MIcare Senior Practitioner manages the MIcare Care Coordination Team South. MIcare provides people with Mental Health needs support as identified through their strengths based assessment. Intervention will be delivered through ongoing person centred planning to assist people with Mental Health needs to access the services they need to improve and maintain their quality of life. This position requires comprehensive management, assessment, planning and interpersonal skills and experience. 
This position will be managed out of the Glenorchy Offices until 30th June 2021, with the potential for extension. 
Duties, skills and experience
This position requires comprehensive management, assessment, planning and interpersonal skills. Appropriate qualifications (min Cert IV Mental Health) and experience in in the sector would be desirable and the capacity to work autonomously essential.

To apply and view the Role Statement please visit the vacancies page at www.baptcare.org.au
Please forward any queries to: 
Debra Fast
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The successful applicant will be required to undergo a National Criminal History check.  
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We seek a highly skilled and motivated Business Development Officer to be part of our collaborative and innovative organisation.  
Responsible for the provision of support to small business in the municipality, the successful applicant will work as a 'connector', providing information and encouraging innovation and partnership. They will also, where appropriate, broker new initiatives. Previous experience in a business-related field combined with qualifications and/or experience in project management will enable you to excel in this role.
A job specification and position description can be obtained by visiting www.meander.tas.gov.au. Further enquiries should be directed to Patrick Gambles on *****34 + click to reveal or email *****@mvc.tas.gov.au. + click to reveal
Applications addressing the selection criteria must be received by 5.00pm Wednesday 13 December 2017 and are to be addressed to HR & Payroll Officer, PO Box 102 Westbury, Tasmania, 7303 or emailed to *****@mvc.tas.gov.au. + click to reveal
Applications are recommended to include a cover letter and current resume. All Applications are required to provide a statement addressing the selection criteria (provided in the job specification), citing relevant examples on how you believe you meet or have the potential to meet the role requirements.
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Permanent Full Time Hobart based
Is this role for you? To manage the operational and tactical aspects of transmission and distribution network metering, protection and control assets by contributing to and implementing the asset management strategies and programs of work. To provide expert engineering advice and guidance to TasNetworks, its customers and stakeholders based with a detailed understanding of the needs of the asset class as part of a team which delivers effective asset management practices and utilises innovative asset management techniques. Can you deliver?
To be successful in this role, you will have substantial experience in managing the operational and tactical aspects of transmission and distribution network metering, protection and control assets by contributing to and implementing the asset management strategies and programs of work. You will be an expert in your field and provide specialist advice and guidance to TasNetworks, its customers and stakeholders, collaborating with variety of stakeholders to ensure optimal service delivery in asset management services. Ideally you have worked in a large safety focused business, are adaptable and embracing of ever-changing situations and innovative in your approach.
You are versatile and have a proven ability to work collaboratively across teams; a continual improvement focus and business excellence tilt is essential.
The skills you need
Tertiary qualifications in Engineering and/or experience in a similar role
Can you see yourself living here?
Based in Tasmania’s capital, historic Hobart will be a great base for the successful incumbent to reside in order to take up this role. The region is situated on the scenic river Derwent with stunning world heritage wilderness areas just a stone’s throw away. Enjoy a relaxed lifestyle with easy access to the world class events like Dark Mofo, Taste of Tasmania and Wooden Boat festival.
About Us TasNetworks supplies the power from the generation source to homes and businesses through a network of transmission towers, substations and power lines. Our vision is to be 'Trusted by our customers to deliver today and create a better tomorrow'.
Supporting diversity At TasNetworks we are committed to providing a work environment in which everyone is included, treated fairly and with respect. We are an Equal Opportunity employer, recognising that we are strengthened by diversity.
We understand that work is just one important aspect of our Team Members lives, so we offer benefits to enable you to have work life balance. These benefits include flexible working options, health and wellbeing programs and a generous paid parental leave policy.
Want to know more? Check out the PD
Engineer - Metering Protection and Control.pdf For further information about this role please contact: *****@tasnetworks.com.au + click to reveal
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FARM HAND/DELIVERY DRIVER
This position will require you to manage a beef/cropping property on the Tasman Peninsula and also be willing to assist with deliveries state wide. Must have MR licence and forklift licence.
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Established in 1994, Sullivans Cove Distillery is the benchmark producer of ultra-premium single malt whisky in Australia. Due to the ongoing success of our distillery we have a wonderful opportunity to employ enthusiastic whisky-fans to join our small and friendly team  at the cellar door. As the cellar door  consultant for Sullivans Cove Distillery, you will deliver a premium tourism experience for our client, whether that be in a tour, a tasting or just talking with clients who visit our distillery.
Applicants should have some experience in this field, whether that be distilleries, cellar doors, hospitality or otherwise. We have a great team here at the distillery, and are looking for people who are keen and friendly to join our family.  We have both full time and casual positions are available.
Roles and responsibilities will include, but not be limited to:
Greeting customers Taking tours and tastings Assisting with the administrative elements of the cellar door such as bookings, email and general administration Where required, helping the back of house staff on bottling, production, stock take etc.
 To be successful you will have;
Excellent communication and interpersonal skills Love what you do Be a team player Be professional at all times Willingness to learn Have fun.
If you believe you are the right person for this role, we look forward to hearing from you. Please submit your resume by and clicking on the "Apply Now" button. Should you wish to have a brief chat regarding this opportunity please give Tom Ambroz a call on *****99. + click to reveal Regretfully, only short listed candidates will be contacted. No agencies please.
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ASAP start Fixed Term contract until 30 June 2018 Full Time
Relationships Australia Tasmania (RA Tas) is a leading provider of relationship support services. Our vision is for all Tasmanians to enjoy positive, respectful and fulfilling relationships. Our services are for everyone, regardless of religious belief, age, gender identity, intersex status, sexual orientation, cultural background or economic circumstances.
The Counselling and Support Services team in Launceston provides services across a range of programs, with an emphasis on services to clients who have experienced complex trauma.
As Case Manager/Counsellor within this high-performing team, you will have a particular focus on supporting Royal Commission clients. 
We're seeking an experienced Counsellor with:
A tertiary qualification relevant to delivering therapeutic counselling services Experience in providing counselling, case management and support services Knowledge and understanding of Royal Commission and Find & Connect support services, or the ability to rapidly acquire this Skills in case management, both trauma-informed and general counselling, and the ability to work with clients who have suffered abuse, personal and relationship trauma The ability to engage therapeutically with clients with a broad range of intellectual abilities, motivational levels, health profiles and socio-economic backgrounds A current driver's license
To find out more about this opportunity, please contact Yvette Cehtel, Manager Counselling & Support Services (North/North West) on *****77. + click to reveal
To view the Position Description and Selection Criteria visit www.tas.relationships.org.au/about-us/employment. Please note that your application MUST provide a statement against each of the Selection Criteria.
Join an Employer of Choice. Help RA Tas to make a positive difference in the community and in people's lives!
Applications close 9.00am on Monday 11 December 2017.
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Located in the London Borough of Merton this is a contemporary and diverse mixed school with adequate facilities. The school’s SLT are working relentlessly and investing heavily into its staff and resources to ensure that the school advances beyond their recent success during last years Ofsted inspection where they were awarded ‘Good’ grade across all areas.
Your new role The school is looking for a teacher who is able to motivate low ability students and challenge the more able pupils to ensure they maximise their potential by using a range of different learning resources and equipment to prepare pupils for qualifications and external examinations. Additionally, you would need to be able manage pupil behaviour in the classroom and on school premises, and apply appropriate and effective measures in cases of misbehaviour. For the right candidate responsibilities will be given such as taking on the role of form tutor, and supporting pupils on an individual basis through academic or personal difficulties. You will be expect to participate in and organise extracurricular activities, such as outings, social activities and sporting events as well as liaise with other professionals, such as learning mentors, careers advisers, educational psychologists and education welfare officers.
What you'll need to succeed ** A recognised teaching qualification
** A valid visa to work in the UK
** Possess valid references
What you'll get in return ** A vibrant, exciting and inspiring environment
** Relocation support from specialist consultants in Australia and the UK
** Guaranteed Pay Scheme
** Free training throughout the year
** Regular social events and discounted travel deals
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 contact Shauna at *****@hays.com.au + click to reveal or *****34. + click to reveal
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.
ECT job in school's early years centre located in Eastern Suburbs. Fantastic benefits on offer
An opportunity has arisen for a skilled ECT to join this reputable organisation.
We are seeking an experienced Montessori Primary Teacher with a passion for sharing their knowledge.
ECT job in bi-lingual childcare centre located in North Shore Sydney. 12 month contract
ECT job in bi-lingual childcare centre located in North Shore Sydney. 12 month contract
UNSW Estate Management opportunities in Sydney
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The Clinical Nurse Consultant/Allied Health Professional Officer for Patient Safety Data and Information Stream is a new role in the new Tasmanian Health Service Patient Safety Service.
The Tasmanian Health Service Patient Safety Service seeks a Clinical Nurse Consultant/Allied Health Professional Officer to join the new THS Patient Safety Service Data and Information Systems team. The team is one of five work streams in the Patient Safety Service overseeing a number of significant information systems to support the Patient Safety Service strategic objectives of No Harm, Effective Clinical Governance, Exceptional care, Clinical Education and Training, Patient Centred Care and Research.
The Clinical Nurse Consultant/Allied Health Professional Officer– Patient Safety contributes to the successful positioning of the Patient Safety Service through the provision of high quality, accountable and measureable healthcare both internally and externally, by supporting the clinical streams to operate effective clinical services in accordance with the Tasmanian Health Service (THS) and Patient Safety objectives.
In this role the person will promote a patient safety approach by working with individual clinical units to ensure that clinical practice improvement processes are put in place for prevention and harm minimisation, and respond to identified problems and opportunities for improvement.
The person will work with the Patient Safety manager – Data and Information Systems and other senior staff and key stakeholders to develop and implement service initiatives to address specific areas of concern relating to quality, clinical treatment, patient/client safety and integrated risk management, and progress accreditation requirements.
This will involve collecting, monitoring and evaluating Patient Safety data as required and provide relevant advice; and analyse patient safety data providing clinically focused recommendation reports for the THS.
Please note: This role is open to both Nursing and Allied Health Professionals.
Classification:
Registered Nurse Grade 6
Salary: $91,283 - $96, 088 p.a.
or
Allied Health Professional Level 3
Salary: $86,462 - $96,245 p.a.
Applicants should address the selection criteria below, relevant to their qualifications:
Nursing Applicants: Generic Clinical Nurse Consultant - Patient Safety Grade 6 (June 2017) HPRNL.pdf
Allied Health Applicants: Generic Consultant - Patient Safety (Allied Health) HP03 (June 2017) HPRNL.pdf
For more information
Heather Hawkins
Nurse Manager - Patient Safety
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WANTED:
Passionate, experienced restaurant staff are wanted to join our Front of House team at Mudbar.
The successful applicant should have a minimum of two years' relevant experience, be enthusiastic about working in the hospitality industry and be ready to run with one of the most fast-paced teams in town!
Please email resumes to
*****@mudbar.com.au + click to reveal or deliver in person outside service hours.
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The Company
A cutting edge privately owned radiology group delivering a full range of diagnostic services. Busy but focuses on giving people a great experience and won't compromise on quality.
  
The company is famous for training and developing staff. They actively encourage staff to attend numerous yearly conferences and additionally arrange in house conferences where leading specialists are invited to present wide ranging and innovative topics. 
 
The company is continually opening new locations and goes from strength to strength.
  
The Role
A full or part time Sonographer is required to join an experienced team. This position will cover general, obs/gynae, msk, vascular, etc. Training will be provided for any gaps. You will have access to modern facilities and cutting edge of technology. 
  
The Requirements
Must be ASAR accredited. Commitment to developing your skill set A focus on quality as opposed to volume  A team focus and desire to help others
Benefits 
Remuneration based upon experience - Up to $67ph Yearly conference(s) allowance In house training  Relocation packages and sponsorship  Travel allowance  Full time, part time, school hours and 9 day fortnights optional weekend and on-call work   Opportunity to work with leading Sonographers & Radiologists 
How to Apply
Click 'Apply for this job' or
  
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Waterfront Hotel situated in Bellerive is seeking a positive, confident and passionate Chef to join our kitchen team on a full time basis.
In this role you will be working in a fast paced kitchen environment under the supervision of a qualified Head Chef and will be responsible for a variety of cookery tasks.
Successful applicants will meet the following criteria:
Qualifications
A trade qualification
Skills, Abilities and Experience
A passion for food, coupled with a passion for providing exceptional service Previous experience in pub/bistro style dining (preferred but not essential) Excellent interpersonal and communication skills Enthusiasm and commitment The ability to work under pressure and multitask; and Reliability, and flexible and commitment to work a variety of shifts, including day, night, split shifts and weekend shifts.
If this position sounds like the role that you have been looking for, we would love to hear from you!
To apply, simply submit your resume and complete the online application and let us know why you are interested in this role.
For more information please call Crystal Brady, HR Consultant, on *****64 + click to reveal
Applications close 9am, Monday 4th December 2017.
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A permanent full time senior Management Accountant Job
Your new company
An established and well recognised player within its market, this organisation is a market leader at a national level. They enjoy an enviable reputation, and have enjoyed significant growth in recent years. This growth has brought about the requirement for a Senior Management Accountant, to join their team of qualified professionals on a permanent full time basis.
Your new role
Reporting to the Chief Financial Officer, and working in tandem with another Management Accountant your key responsibilities will be;
The preparation of month end reports Both Balance sheet and P&L reconciliations Work with the broader Finance Team to improve Business Financial reporting General Ledger integrity Assist with development and forecasts of budgets Monitor cash flow and borrowings Other project related work, such as system improvements, and ERP upgrades will also fall to this position.

What you'll need to succeed
A self starter, you’ll be degree qualified, and have completed your CA/CPA. You’ll demonstrate a dedication to continuous improvement and are technically savvy with experience across complex financial systems. Your excellent communication skills are underpinned by strong analytical and problem solving capabilities through which you can demonstrate good judgement and financial acumen. You’ll enjoy working with other Finance professionals, and enjoy partnering with various professionals across the business.
What you'll get in return
In return you’ll receive the opportunity to work with an iconic Tasmanian Business, receive an attractive remuneration, and onsite parking. You’ll also be working in a team of high achieving Qualified Accountants with a culture of career development and continuous improvement. You’ll also have the ability to work on various project work as required.
What you need to do now
If you’re interested in this position, then click ‘apply now’. Hays Accountancy and Finance is the leading financial recruitment brand in Tasmania. We work with an unprecedented depth of clients across a range of Senior Functions. If this opportunity isn’t for you, then please get in contact to discuss your next career move via *****54 + click to reveal or via email *****@hays.com.au + click to reveal
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Would you like a secure position with a 100% Tasmanian owned company which operates 7 stores Statewide?                                  
We are currently seeking an experienced store person in our Derwent Park branch. 
A current forklift license is a necessary requirement and a medium ridgid truck license would be highly regarded. Some knowledge of steel products would be preferred but consideration would also be given to applicants with knowledge of other products stocked or, store type experience. This is a position for someone with very good organizational skills with a sound knowledge of stock inventory controls, the successful applicant must be able to meet deadlines in a fast paced environment. If you have an eye and a attention to detail while providing a clean and safe workplace environment then this could be the job for you with a 100% Tasmanian owned and operated company.
Position requirements are:
Check off and correctly receipt in product Safely load and unload trucks Maintain a safe and tidy warehouse Prepare products for dispatch or storage Replenishing stock and some heavy lifting Hold a current forklift license Eye for detail and accuracy Medium ridgid truck license would be highly regarded
What We'd Like You to Have:
Previous stores / warehousing experience Previous stock management experience Basic knowledge of steel or hardware product Intermediate computer skills
All applications will be treated as strictly confidential. Nubco Pty Ltd is proud to be an equal opportunity employer.
Should you require further details regarding the position please contact Brett Newell Branch Manager *****99. + click to reveal
All applications to be received by Friday 1st December 2017, to:
Nubco Pty. Ltd.
P.O. Box 936
Devonport TAS 7310
Att: Brett Newell
Or email to *****@nubco.com.au + click to reveal
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Assist us in driving our purpose, of building exceptional projects that make a positive difference to our clients, our employees and the community.
 
The successful applicant must possess:
Interest in the joinery trade A great attitude with a willingness to learn and succeed Strong work ethic Ability to communicate and work in a team environment Well-developed numeracy and literacy
 
Apprenticeship opportunities are based in Kingston, Tasmania.
 
For more information please refer to the position description or contact Donna McLellan on
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All enquiries will be handled confidentially.
 
Please submit your application by including a cover letter outlining your interest in the trade, education and work experience with a current CV via our website.
 
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Careers
Apprentice - Joiner
 
Applications close Friday 1st December 2017
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Launceston Location Monday to Friday ongoing work

Workforce Extensions is regarded as a leader of project support labour solutions to the Tasmanian manufacturing industry.
We have multiple opportunities for experienced welders and boilermakers to join well respected organisations in the north of Tasmania
It will be expected as a minimum you hold trade qualifications and be prepared to assist with fabrication from start to finish.
Experience operating a press would be advantageous.
To submit your application please follow the link below. For more Information contact Jacob Sertori on *****44 + click to reveal
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Regular presence in Hobart, Launceston and our Burnie offices
Regular Presence in Hobart, Launceston and Burnie Offices
Join a nationally recognised provider of mental health and disability services An opportunity to apply your leadership skills to support the vision and strategic goals at Wellways Access to ongoing support and development opportunities Excellent salary and salary packaging benefits available
About this opportunity
Providing regular presence in Hobart, Launceston and our Burnie offices, this role provides exceptional leadership in the management and development of best practice service delivery across catchment based Wellways programs. The Regional Manager will be responsible for providing strategic leadership, operational and financial management within the Tasmania region including capacity building, integrating services and systems, and the delivery of evidence-based practice and innovation. This role will also develop collaborative relationships with other business units in Wellways and ensure that services meet funding and service agreements.
In line with the organisational strategic objectives, following would be the key drivers for this role:
Developing and maintaining strong stakeholder relationships Leading business development opportunities including active involvement in tender responses Leading the scaling up of NDIS business in Tasmania and ensure fidelity with the Wellways NDIS service model Developing an advocacy strategy for the upcoming state election Overseeing effective implementation of the new Partners in Recovery service model for Wellways
About you
You are passionate about making a positive change to the lives of people living with severe and persistence mental health issues. You are a contemporary leader with an ability to influence and build collaborative relationships with government, government departments and other key stakeholders with a strong knowledge base of government policy and strategic directions in Mental Health area.
You have highly developed communication and interpersonal skills with proven experience in leadership and management of teams within a community-based organisation or within the mental health industry. An understanding and experience of mental health issues, rehabilitation practices and the impact of psychosocial disability on service users, their families, carers and the community, is critical to this role.
Other qualities sought include strategic thinking capacity, financial acumen, flexibility, warmth and a positive and engaging communication style. Satisfactory police check & working with vulnerable person's check, prior to commencement is essential.
About Wellways
Wellways Australia is a leading not-for-profit organisation dedicated to ensuring all Australians lead active and fulfilling lives in their community. We work with individuals, families and the community to help them imagine and achieve better lives. We advocate for change to make sure people can access the best possible care and information when they need it. We provide a wide range of services and assistance for people with mental health issues, disabilities, youth and older Australians and those requiring community care.
How to apply
To apply and to download a copy of the position description please visit our Careers page http://wellways.recruitmenthub.com.au & enter ref code: 3876374.
For a confidential discussion about the role, please contact Sean Hegarty, General Manager - Mental Health Services, Victoria & Tasmania on *****52. + click to reveal
Applications close Thursday, 7 December 2017, close of business
Wellways Australia Limited is committed to the safeguarding of children and vulnerable people. All applicants applying for roles within Wellways must undergo a screening process prior to their successful appointment.
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Introduction 
Work is available across Tasmania from Hobart to Launceston and some regional locations. Your preference of location will be considered (North, South or both). This contractor role is responsible for linking quality occupational/vocational rehabilitation services to occupational goals. This role works in conjunction with a range of stakeholders to deliver return to work solutions to both Government and Private industry Workers Compensation schemes (eg WorkCover TAS, Tasmanian Risk Management Fund and COMCARE). This role conducts a variety of functions including vocational assessments, initial RTW assessments, workplace assessments, facilitated job searching, return to work plans, reverse marketing, case reviews, peer support to our stakeholders and sustainability programs with employers.
This offers a flexible working arrangement and while the volume and consistency of work available varies, the opportunity is ongoing. Remuneration includes competitive hourly rate plus very lucrative outcome based incentive payments. If you are looking to add to your broader professional activities or seeking a more flexible work life, please submit your application today.
Key Responsibilities
Delivering individual services, including assessments, vocational interventions, vocational assessments; that are consistent with MAX Solutions philosophy and quality standards Providing services that are evidence based and solution focused for job seekers/injured workers returning to work Contribute to a multidisciplinary team of psychologists, physiotherapists, occupational therapists, exercise physiologists and rehabilitation counsellors Ensuring all administrative requirements are adhered to including all written reports and internal / external invoicing Maintaining and reporting statistics relating to the provision of service
Other Discipline Specific Duties and Responsibilities
Assessments for work capacity including gaining an awareness of multidisciplinary barriers Functional capacity testing, ergonomics and worksite assessments where appropriate Occupational and vocational rehabilitation including, work site assessments, return to work or suitable duties plans, case management / rehabilitation plans, education and training. Solution focused evidence based rehabilitation links to employment Liaison with medical and community health services
About you
Genuine interest in providing vocational / occupational services to assist some of the most vulnerable members of the community A flexible, positive and innovative approach to delivering a range of services across all of our programs with the ability to travel between sites as required Highly performance focused and compliant with MAX Solutions contractual obligations, philosophies and quality standards An understanding of the role employment has in maintaining good mental health A flexible and solutions focussed approach to practice which links to employment Clinical and vocational counselling for job seekers returning to work Exceptional Communication (oral & written), negotiation and interpersonal skills and ability to maintain relationships with key stakeholders Understanding of barriers to employment and effects of unemployment Effective, positive problem solving and conflict resolution skills Commercial and labour trends awareness Excellent organisational and administrative skills including ability to work to schedules and reporting deadlines Demonstrated ability to work to Key Performance Indicators
Required Experience and Qualifications
Experience in either Psychology, Counselling and / or Mental Health (minimum 1 year post registration) Previous occupational / vocational rehabilitation experience Previous experience in Compensable return to work services  It is essential that you hold a tertiary qualification in Psychology and have membership / registration within the relevant State or National Professional Board (AHPRA) COMCARE Accreditation is desirable but not essential Hold or have the ability to obtain a current Working with Children Check (or equivalent) Own transport, laptop computer and mobile phone are required
About MAX
At MAX, we value diversity – in the backgrounds, ideas, work styles and perspectives of our team. We are an Equal Opportunity Employer and strongly encourage people with disability, Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander people, mature aged workers and people from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds to apply.
Next Steps
Please click "apply" to view the Position Description in its entirety and submit your application. If you require an adjustment to the recruitment process for reasons of equal opportunity, please call a member of our Recruitment Team on *****06 + click to reveal or email *****@maxsolutions.com.au + click to reveal
before you submit your application.
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About the business and the role
This position is an intergral part of our Member Support and Services Centre Team and is responsible for providing initial industrial advice and support to AEU Members.  We are looking for someone who is member focussed, has an eye for detail and is professional in their apporach.
Please forward your application addressing the selection criteria, together with your curriculum vitae to *****@aeutas.org.au + click to reveal by close of business Monday 4 December 2017.
 
SELECTION CRITERIA – Membership Advisory Officer

Selection Criteria Questions
Provision of accurate and timely advice to members/clients
Experience of interpreting and applying Awards, Agreements and legislation
Well-developed communication skills – written, oral and interpersonal
Demonstrated experience and proficiency using a database to record advice and documentation
Knowledge of contemporary issues in education and industrial relations relevant to AEU members
Ability to work in a small team
Demonstrated commitment to union values
Job tasks and responsibilities
Duties
Member/workplace issues
Provide accurate and timely advice and information to members and Workplace Representatives Provide authoritative advice, both oral and written, on a range of services such as but not limited to: workplace relations, workplace health and safety, workers compensation services Record communication details in the AEU database Attend employer/employee meetings with members as a support person Assist the Senior Advocate in drafting Tasmanian Industrial Commission
(and other jurisdictions) documents and attend the commission on occasion; draft letters and communications; assist with legal research as required.
Communications to members
The development of content for Fact Sheets and other member publications on topical matters aimed at empowering members with knowledge, ensuring factual accuracy. Provide telephone, email and face to face communication with members and stakeholders Provide reports and submissions as required to Executive and Branch Council
Team contribution
Contribute to Member Support and Service Team meetings Participate in wider Union based campaigns and activities Promote the Union's Strategic Framework Other duties as required
Skills and experience
Personal Qualities
High level communication and analytical skills Ability to make members feel supported by their Union An understanding of and commitment to the principles of Organising Strong knowledge of industrial relations and contemporary legal issues relating to AEU members Capacity to identify individual issues which may be systemic or workplace issues Demonstrated commitment to the principles and objectives of the union movement and good understanding of the issues facing the union movement and educators in the public sector specifically IT skills appropriate to the position Ability to work to tight deadlines Capacity to work with distressed members Solutions focused
 Essential Requirements
Experience in employment and workplace relations matters Current C class driver's licence or equivalent Eligibility to hold a Right of Entry Permit Appropriate good character checks as may be required by government A legal tertiary qualification
 
Desirable Requirements
Prior work/experience in a union or another environment involving the provision of industrial/legal advice to members. A relevant tertiary qualification eg in law or industrial relations
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Introduction 
Work is available across Tasmania from Hobart to Launceston and surrounding locations. Your preference of location will be considered (North, South or both) This contractor role is responsible for linking quality occupational/vocational rehabilitation services to occupational goals. This role works in conjunction with a range of stakeholders to deliver return to work solutions to both Government and Private industry Workers Compensation schemes (eg WorkCover TAS, Tasmanian Risk Management Fund and COMCARE). This role conducts a variety of functions including vocational assessments, initial RTW assessments, workplace assessments, facilitated job searching, return to work plans, reverse marketing, case reviews, peer support to our stakeholders and sustainability programs with employers.
This offers a flexible working arrangement and while the volume and consistency of work available varies, the opportunity is ongoing. Remuneration includes competitive hourly rate plus very lucrative outcome based incentive payments. If you are looking to add to your broader professional activities or seeking a more flexible work life, please submit your application today.
Key Responsibilities
Delivering individual services, including assessments, vocational interventions, vocational assessments; that are consistent with MAX Solutions philosophy and quality standards Providing services that are evidence based and solution focused for job seekers/injured workers returning to work Contribute to a multidisciplinary team of psychologists, physiotherapists, occupational therapists, exercise physiologists and rehabilitation counsellors Ensuring all administrative requirements are adhered to including all written reports and internal / external invoicing Maintaining and reporting statistics relating to the provision of service
Other Discipline Specific Duties and Responsibilities
Assessments for physical work capacity including an awareness of multidisciplinary barriers Functional capacity testing, ergonomics and worksite assessments where appropriate Occupational and vocational rehabilitation including ergonomic audits, work site assessments, return to work or suitable duties plans, case management/rehabilitation plans, education and training. Solution focused evidence based rehabilitation links to employment Liaison with medical and community health services
About you
Genuine interest in providing vocational/occupational services to assist some of the most vulnerable members of the community A flexible, positive and innovative approach to delivering a range of services across all of our programs with the ability to travel between sites as required Highly performance focused and compliant with MAX Solutions contractual obligations, philosophies and quality standards An understanding of the role employment has in maintaining good mental health A flexible and solutions focussed approach to practice which links to employment Clinical and vocational counselling for job seekers returning to work Exceptional Communication (oral & written), negotiation and interpersonal skills and ability to maintain relationships with key stakeholders Understanding of barriers to employment and effects of unemployment Effective, positive problem solving and conflict resolution skills Commercial and labour trends awareness Excellent organisational and administrative skills including ability to work to schedules and reporting deadlines Demonstrated ability to work to Key Performance Indicators
Required Experience and Qualifications
Experience in either Occupational Therapy, Vocational / Occupational Rehabilitation, Exercise Physiology or Physiotherapy (minimum 1 year post registration) Previous occupational / vocational rehabilitation experience Previous experience in Compensable return to work services It is essential that you hold one or more of the following tertiary qualifications in Occupational Therapy / Exercise Physiology / Physiotherapy or Psychology and have membership / registration within the relevant State or National Professional Board (e.g. AHPRA, ESSA) COMCARE Accreditation is desirable but not essential Hold or have the ability to obtain a current Working with Children Check (or equivalent) Own transport, laptop computer and mobile phone are required
About MAX
At MAX, we value diversity – in the backgrounds, ideas, work styles and perspectives of our team. We are an Equal Opportunity Employer and strongly encourage people with disability, Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander people, mature aged workers and people from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds to apply.
Next Steps
Please click "apply" to view the Position Description in its entirety and submit your application. If you require an adjustment to the recruitment process for reasons of equal opportunity, please call a member of our Recruitment Team on *****06 + click to reveal or email *****@maxsolutions.com.au + click to reveal
before you submit your application.