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You will have the opportunity to:
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• Work flexible hours and set your own schedule
• Access the necessary training on an ongoing basis
• Have fun with a rewarding and engaging online business
• Create your ideal lifestyle and live life on your terms

Qualities you will need to possess:
• A hunger to be your own boss and work for yourself
• Ambition to create an executive level income
• Self-motivation and the ability to work autonomously
• Good communication skills and must be fluent in English
• Desire to have the wide-ranging benefits of running your own business

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Top Urgent
LTE is a family owned and operated company with over 50 years combined experience with tip trucks and excavators. We are currently looking for a Diesel mechanic to assist in management and maintenance of our extensive fleet. Knowledge and experience with European model trucks, mainly Mercedes is required. Great wages are offered, with the right applicant having the capacity to earn $35 to $45 per hour. Position is full time after a probationary period. Plenty of overtime is available. The position is based in Hoppers Crossing.

Applicants should have experience in the following areas:
Repairs and servicing
Experience working with engines and gearboxes
Basic auto electrical
Basic welding/fabrication
Painting skills an advantage, however not essential
Hydraulic experience an advantage, however not essential
Able to work unsupervised or with a team
Be reliable, honest and hard-working
HR licence would be beneficial however not essential.

Please forward resumes or phone Nick on *****37. + click to reveal
Benetas is a not for profit organisation dedicated to supporting older Victorians, their friends and carers, through a range of aged care and in-home services. Benetas is committed to our reputation as a truly great place to work. We care about our people’s health and wellbeing and invest significantly in their development. We take pride in being a diverse and inclusive employer. We respect and value differences and encourage people of all ages and backgrounds to apply. Benetas is a recognised leader in Gender Equality, having been awarded an Employer of Choice citation for 12 years in a row.
The position:
We are seeking an experience Maintenance Officer to join our team through a very exciting transitional period.
Opening in late 2018, The Views at Heidelberg in a 103 bed site which will provide contemporary care and living experiences designed to meet the increasing needs and expectations of residents and families. You will work across our existing Dowell Court site in Ivanhoe West, as well as our new Heidelberg site supporting building and ground works.
Your main responsibilities include:
Planned and unplanned maintenance Coordination of contractors and other external parties Maintaining compliance with the scheduled building and ground maintenance program Ensuring the facility and living environment is presented to a high standard, that is safe for residents
You are:
Familiar with the use of electronic devices and software Effective in building relationships with internal and external stakeholders Highly organised with strong communication skills A good problem solver Honest, helpful and dependable - a real team player! Knowledgeable in OH&S regulations and committed to its implementation Trade qualified (highly regarded)
Your benefits:
A safe and supportive work environment where people are valued and encouraged to share their ideas A strong learning culture where you are in the driver’s seat of your ongoing professional development Rewarding work that supports our clients to have a positive experience of ageing Working in a trusted and values based organisation focused on quality and growth Competitive Salary (with salary packaging and meal & entertainment benefits)
How to apply:
Benetas uses video interviewing as part of our selection process. If shortlisted, you may receive an email invitation to complete an online video interview. This can be completed on any video enabled laptop, mobile phone or tablet. Applicants must be eligible to work in Australia, and have a valid Victorian Driver’s Licence and a satisfactory Police Check.
Applications close 11 June 2018.
Please note: we may consider applications on an ongoing basis and therefore encourage you to apply at your earliest opportunity.
To view the position description and apply for this position, please submit your cover letter (stating which role you are interested in) and resume at For a confidential discussion please contact Steve Waite (Property Manager – Strategy, Infrastructure and Housing) on *****00 + click to reveal.
Hunter Group
Delivery Driver / Trade Salesperson
Yarrawonga Store – Full Time Position
A vacancy exists for a person interested in the Building/ Trade Industry and DIY markets at our Yarrawonga store in Northern Victoria.
The Primary responsibilities of the position are;
Deliveries to our Trade and DIY Clients Weekly Branch Transfers of Stock from Shepparton Loading/Unloading vehicles Counter and Phone sales Quality Customer Service Maintaining the Store Presentation and Cleanliness
You must be/have
Have a current heavy rigid and forklift licence Have a current Dogman Licence A sound knowledge of timber based building products Reasonable communication skills A solid Manual Handling technique Able to work within a team environment
A Sound knowledge of the Yarrawonga delivery area will be an advantage but is not essential.
Applications close on Friday the 7th of June 2018.
Apply to:
The General Manager
Paul Serra
W.B. Hunter P/L
P.O. Box 96
Shepparton    3630                 or email ***** + click to reveal
About the City Works Department
This department is part of our City Services Division.  It is the operations arm responsible for the construction of new and renewal projects, the maintenance and management of the City's built civil infrastructure, along with management of the City’s heavy and light fleet services.
About the role
This position undertakes daily duties of routine drainage and pump maintenance services and assists the section in providing a customer focused service.
Key responsibilities
Role model and promote Council values in all aspects of duty. Undertake daily drainage maintenance and repair duties and assist the Section in providing a customer focused service. Carry out routine maintenance including repairs to drainage assets/structures, manual and mechanical pit cleaning operations, and stormwater pumping units. Undertake additional duties to assist team members in completing projects consistent with Award and position requirements. Operate and maintain plant and equipment in an effective and efficient manner and in compliance with relevant laws and regulations and City Works (Operations) policies/procedures. Ensure the vehicle is driven in accordance with the State of Victoria road laws, regulations and the like. Work within all Council health and safety policies and wear and use personal safety equipment provided. Ensure all associated tools and equipment allocated to the vehicle or the incumbent are correctly maintained, kept secure and used in accordance with Operational procedures. Key selection criteria
A current Victorian Medium Rigid Truck Drivers Licence. Demonstrated experience in maintaining and repairing drainage assets utilising a range of infrastructure plant, equipment and materials. Ability to read and have an understanding of drainage plans supplied electronically or via hard copy. Ability to perform manual work including lifting of weights in accordance with Occupational Health and Safety guidelines. Ability to demonstrate basic skills in oral and written communications. Ability to work as part of a team to achieve set goals.  About the City
As Victoria's largest regional municipality, the City provides the benefits of city living in a beautiful seaside location - all only 1 hour from Melbourne. We enjoy an open and inclusive culture with great employment conditions, competitive salaries, flexible work arrangements, paid parental leave, and many varied learning and development opportunities. The City is an equal opportunity employer and values the contributions a diverse workforce can bring to our community.
Applications and Enquiries
Click the Position Description link to view more information about this position. Applicants must address the Key Selection Criteria.
Enquiries: Shaun Nuttall | *****73 + click to reveal | ***** + click to reveal
Applications close 5:00pm Friday 8 June 2018.
Position Description
About the Health & Local Laws Department
This department is part of our Planning & Development Division, and is responsible for delivering a range of services that ensures and encourages Council's compliance with relevant governing legislation. This covers Environmental Health, Animal Management, Local Laws and Parking Compliance.
About the role
This position will assist with the development and implementation of a range of projects, plans and strategies within the Parking and Animal Management compliance area.
Key responsibilities
Role model and promote Council values in all aspects of duty. Assist the Coordinator in delivering a range of actions outlined in Council’s Domestic Animal Management Plan 2018-21. Assist in the further development and promotion of the “Park Your Pet” app. Attend a range of community groups including schools to disseminate the benefits of responsible pet ownership. Assist the Coordinator in identifying community events at which the Animal Management team can engage the community and promote responsible pet ownership. Assist the Coordinator in the development of a new Dogs in Public Places Policy, including the facilitation of stakeholder meetings. Assist potential owners on where to find the appropriate pet from a range of suitable regional non for profit organisations. Identify and assist in submitting grant applications relevant to the Parking and Animal Compliance area. Key selection criteria
Proven ability to develop, implement and monitor programs. High level communication skills (written and oral). Proven ability to foster and gain support and cooperation from a range of industry stake holders. Ability to interpret and apply legislation and explain the legislative requirements to members of the community. Ability to problem solve and offer appropriate solutions and suggestions to resolve issues. Commitment to best practice and responsiveness to continuous improvement. About the City
As Victoria's largest regional municipality, the City provides the benefits of city living in a beautiful seaside location - all only 1 hour from Melbourne. We enjoy an open and inclusive culture with great employment conditions, competitive salaries, flexible work arrangements, paid parental leave, and many varied learning and development opportunities. The City is an equal opportunity employer and values the contributions a diverse workforce can bring to our community.
Applications and Enquiries
Click the Position Description link to view more information about this position. Applicants must address the Key Selection Criteria.
Enquiries: Mark Stevens | *****04 + click to reveal | ***** + click to reveal 
Applications close 5:00pm Friday 8 June 2018.
 Position Description
AkzoNobel is proud to be one of the world's leading industrial companies. Headquartered in Europe, we make and supply a wide range of paints, coatings and specialty chemicals.  As a major producer of specialty chemicals we supply industries worldwide with quality ingredients for life's essentials.
We are seeking an experienced Human Resources Advisor, Australia and New Zealand, to join a dynamic, resourceful and supportive HR Team. This role will be located in Melbourne, Australia at our Sunshine site with the primary focus on Manufacturing and Integrated Supply Chain (ISC) client group.
Reporting to the Human Resources Country Manager, Australia and New Zealand, this position is primarily responsible for
Take accountability in providing quality HR advice and guidance based on sound HR knowledge, professionalism and an understanding of the AkzoNobel HR Strategy and practices. Take the lead in industrial relations and return to work co-ordination.  Working with the key business stakeholders, alongside with managers/employees and local union representatives. Work with other areas of the HR Operating Model (People Services and Centre of Expertise (CoE) teams, located locally and regionally) and manage employee’s queries to ensure a comprehensive high quality HR service within the nominated internal customer group (Manufacturing and ISC) and the broader HR team.
Other key duties including, but not limited to:
Coach, facilitate and support people managers, so that they have the necessary capability and proficiency within the tools to carry out activities in the performance and talent management processes, annual reward calendar, employee engagement and workforce planning. Support and guide the managers on local labour relations (unions) and provide HR support for all EBA / site agreements and negotiations. Provide day to day coaching and advice to managers to facilitate planning and decision making in areas such as recruitment, learning and development initiatives within the approved guidelines. Act as ‘Champion’ for: Industrial Relations including return to work activities and as a local extension of the CoE team to provide delivery of services for Talent Resourcing. Take ownership and work with other HR colleagues to support local plans for standardization and continuous improvement within AkzoNobel global HR processes guidelines.
As this is a multi-faceted role, a high level of customer/business focus, strong interpersonal, integrity, negotiation and organizational skills are essential. 
To be the successful applicant, you will have the following attributes;
HR Degree qualifications or at least 3-5 years of HR generalist type role experience, Excellent communication, both written and spoken, interpersonal, influencing and presentation skills, with the ability to interact with key decision makers at internal and external level, Ability to excel in a fast paced environment to meet tight deadlines, Require to travel within other AkzoNobel sites located across Australia and New Zealand,   Ability to make decisions and solve problem in intricate environments will be highly regarded.
Applications including details of qualifications and experience should be forwarded to ***** + click to reveal by COB Friday, 8 June 2018.
Background checking is a component of AkzoNobel's recruitment process.  This checking may include: identity, verification, reference checks, criminal background checks, immigration checks, verification of academic qualifications and medical checks. Should you wish to proceed with your application, we will request your consent to complete background checking on behalf of the company.
A top tier inner Melbourne project management consultancy is seeking a junior project manager to assist with a strong pipeline of upcoming residential apartment projects, in the ever developing Melbourne Market.
Client Details
Our client is a well regarded project management consultancy based in inner Melbourne and who specialise in a variety of sectors such as high rise residential apartments, retail, mixed use, commercial and education to name a few.
The successful applicant will be responsible for;
All matters concerning that actual delivery and construction of a projects from inception to completion. Ensuring all objectives in regards to project scope, deadlines, cost, quality, risk management, communications, human resource management, procurement and integration are met Project Planning and preparation Writing detailed project reports relating to works undertaken Liaising with internal and external key stakeholders Managing Budgets Ensuring contract management practices are employed.
The successful candidate will possess;
Tertiary qualification in construction project management/Civil or Structural engineering/architecture or property Experience in managing project from scope through to construction completion preferably in the residential apartment space. Pro-active attitude, Strong stakeholder management and communication skills Preferably consultancy experience You will have 1-3 years construction experience ideally managing end to end projects.
Job Offer
On offer to the successful candidate;
Very competitive salary package $70,000 - $90,000 depending on the right candidate and experience Flexible working environment Ideal inner Melbourne location Career progression opportunities Strong pipeline of projects Well respected Project Management consultancy with a great culture and people
To apply online please click the 'Apply' button below. For a confidential discussion about this role please contact Ash Salter on *****02 + click to reveal.
Our Infrastructure Services division operates three business units: Road Services; Infrastructure Projects and Utilities.  As we continue our evolution of growth and innovation, the best people are critical to our success in supporting our customers and catering to market demands.
Downer's Road Division is one of the largest non-government owned infrastructure services businesses in Australia. We operate from a network of over 50 depots and maintain more than 40,000 km of roads Australia wide. Downer is involved in many exciting ventures within the civil road industry throughout the country.
We have an opportunity for a Project Engineer to join our high performing and collaborative team in Hastings.  This role will assist the Project Manager in the execution of minor civil works including concrete kerb and footpath replacement programs, road rehabilitation works and various road safety improvement projects.  This is an ideal time to join our ASX listed organization as it goes through an exciting phase of growth and development your long term career.  We will also consider applicants with early career experience.
Ideally you possess experience within the construction industry together with;
Tertiary Qualifications in Civil Engineering or related disciplines Exposure to civil construction would be highly advantageous A willingness and enthusiasm to learn all aspects of our operations An understanding of planning, execution and reporting of projects Well-developed communication skills with the ability to work both in a team and autonomously Commitment to Quality outcomes with a focus on delivering in full and on time Proficient computer skills in particular Project and Excel Strong safety focus with demonstrated evidence of actively promoting and sustaining a Zero harm environment 
Highly supportive, team orientated organisation A strong commitment to Zero Harm environment for all our employees and visitors Competitive remuneration with on-going training and support A long-term career opportunity for working with an ASX listed company
For further information call Helen Kruimel, Talent & Sourcing Consultant, on *****62 + click to reveal Quoting Job Reference #550891
To apply for this great opportunity please click the apply now button
As an employer who embraces Equal Opportunity and promotes diversity, we encourage men and women of all ages and backgrounds, including Indigenous Australians, to apply 
Permanent Part Time
64 hours per fortnight
Hepburn Health Service is seeking an enthusiastic Food Services Assistant to join the team.  The Hotel Services staff at Hepburn Health should have or aspire to the personal qualities, knowledge and skills to provide and facilitate the delivery of superior food to residents and customers of the facility. The duties of this position will include preparation and distribution of meals, washing dishes, cleaning of kitchen areas and other tasks as delegated by the Hotel Services Manager.
Key selection criteria:
Food Hygiene Certificate or equivalent. A current and satisfactory National Police Record Check must be presented or arranged at the time of commencement and three yearly thereafter. Demonstrated experience in the food service. Proven ability to meet deadlines goals/objectives. Sound appreciation of key concepts of food safety principles, occupational health & safety principles and quality assurance. Demonstrated highly developed interpersonal and communication skills. Ability to operate in an environment of change. Ability to work independently and in a team environment.
Download position description (adobe pdf document 39KB) for further details.
Enquiries to Gerard Malcolm -  Manager, Hotel Services on *****89 + click to reveal
Applications close at 5pm Wednesday 6 June 2018 and should be submitted via email
People & Culture Officer
Hepburn Health Service
PO Box 465
or by email: ***** + click to reveal
Your application should include:
1. Cover letter including the position title and your brief overview for apply for the position.
2. A statement addressing each Key Selection Criteria which is located in the position description. When answering the KSC please give examples of evidence, skills, knowledge and attributes you have. Note: Please read the Position Description carefully so you have a good understanding of what is required.
3. Current Resume
4. Copies of any formal qualifications. Note: hard copies of your qualifications will need to be produced at interview.
Appointment is subject to satisfactory completion of a Police Record Check and also a Working With Children Check .
About us…
Successfully operating for over 25 years, we are the premier Real Estate Agents for inner city apartment living in Melbourne, offering a full service delivery of Sales, Leasing, Property Management, Owners Corporation, Insurance and Maintenance. Our culture of innovation and collaboration provides the ideal platform for you to develop your skills and take your career to the next level.
About the role…
Working within our Owners Corporation Finance team, you will be responsible for the processing of all owners corporation payments and receipting, issuing statements and reminder notices, and maintaining payments in arrears. You will be the key point of contact for all owners queries regarding their payments and advising payment plans. This is a busy and varied role providing a mix of finance and high levels of customer service.
To be considered you will ideally have;
Proven experience in debt collection with the ability to reduce arrears Experience in basic accounting functions such as accounts payable, receivables and reconciliations. Quick learner with the ability to work with minimal supervision Strong attention to detail and accuracy Professional phone manner with excellent communication and interpersonal skills Proactive and supportive team member Strong time management skills with a diligent approach.
We are a vibrant, social bunch and love to give back to our staff with a range of generous incentives and opportunities to shine. Please submit your CV for consideration by clicking on the 'Apply' button below. If you would like further information, please contact Annette De La Cruz on *****86 + click to reveal for a highly confidential discussion.
Please note that applications from agencies will not be considered at this time. To be eligible to apply for this role you must be legally permitted to work in Australia.
Technical Business Analyst - Permanent Position - Melbourne Eastern Suburbs
My client is a large growing organisation in the Eastern Suburbs of Melbourne. They are currently looking for a technical business analyst to support solution specialists in gathering requirements and provide recommendation fit for purpose solutions. This is a customer facing position. You will need strong stakeholder management skills and be able to liaise with internal and external customers. In this position, you will also be providing support to the solution design resources.
Key Requirements:-

Experience in a technical support role, or a customer service or client facing role, or a consultant role or as a business analyst Strong experience in dealing with clients and meeting client / customer needs Strong stakeholder management skills (with internal and external customers) Knowledge of SQL, HTML, CSS (BONUS but not essential) Strong problem solving and trouble shooting experience Some processing mapping knowledge (BONUS but not essential)
If you fit the above requirements and looking for your next Technical Business Analyst permanent opportunity, click APPLY and send your CV in word format.
Contact Charmaine Thum for a confidential chat on *****96 + click to reveal. Alternatively send your CV directly to ***** + click to reveal
A leading disability service provider in the Sale region has an exciting opportunity for an Assistant Program Coordinator to join our leadership team.
Working in conjunction with our Program Coordinator the successful candidate will be involved with all aspects of our service provision. Some direct care is expected. The ability to manage staff and work unsupervised is essential.  
A tertiary qualification is desirable, a minimum of Certificate 4 in Disability is essential.
An attractive remuneration package is available and an excellent opportunity for advancement. 6 weeks annual leave per year.  Salary Packaging available.  Hours can be negotiated.
For more information please contact Ian on *****23 + click to reveal
Job No.: 578473
Location: Clayton campus
Employment Type: Full-time
Duration: 3 year fixed-term appointment
Remuneration: $85,538 - $93,819 pa HEW Level 07 (plus 17% employer superannuation)
Be inspired, every day Enjoy the freedom to discover something new Take your career in exciting, rewarding directions 
There’s a certain feeling you get from working at Monash University. It’s the feeling that you’re a part of something special. Something significant. So if you’re looking for the next chapter in your career, it’s here. You’ll be given the opportunity to challenge yourself, build on your skills, and make a significant contribution to a workplace that’s filled with energetic and inspiring people. Talent thrives here – and so do truly satisfying careers.
The Opportunity
Prime responsibilities of the Educational Designer are to provide design, development and assessment expertise in educational design and technological platforms to academic and professional staff across the School of Biomedical Sciences, to effect a smooth transition to new educational approaches, educational technologies and use of learning spaces. 
In partnership with the faculty, school and key stakeholders, the incumbent will achieve this by developing educational resources and providing consultative support, educational advice and guidance.
If you believe you can fulfil these requirements, you are strongly encouraged to apply.
This role is a full-time position; however, flexible working arrangements may be negotiated.
At Monash University, we are committed to being a Child Safe organisation. Some positions at the University will require the incumbent to hold a valid Working with Children Check.
Your application must address the selection criteria. Please refer to "How to apply for Monash Jobs".
Professor Janet Macaulay, Director of Education, School of Biomedical Sciences, +61 …show number
Position Description
PD - Educational Designer
Closing Date
Thursday 7 June 2018, 11:55 pm AEST
Established for 20 Adshel is one of the most recognized Outdoor Media and Infrastructure brands in the market. We are proud of our achievements in this exciting and growing industry and are seeking an exceptional individual to join our Melbourne Operations Team.
About the position
We are looking for a Posting and Cleaning Operative to join our team on a 3 month Fixed Term Contract. Based out of our Port Melbourne Depot, you will be working within a team to provide a range of cleaning services and installation of advertising posters at Adshel assets. Your duties will include, but not be limited to the following;

Fortnightly posting of advertising campaigns as well as mid and special posts throughout that fortnight Cleaning of all bus/tram shelters and other assets within your designated area Graffiti removal and minor repairs Securing potentially hazardous site Monitoring and reporting of damages and faults 100% adherence to strict policies, procedures and code of conduct Maintaining cleanliness of company vehicle
About You
To be successful as a Posting and Cleaning Operative you will ideally possess the following;
Previous experience in commercial cleaning and asset maintenance Demonstrated planning and organizational skills The ability to work as part of a team Excellent work ethic and time management skills A strong sense of initiative and able to work with minimal supervision Flexibility to work on-call at times, which may include after hours work A high level of communication and the ability to utilize mobile technology A full and clean MANUAL Australian Drivers Licence Unlimited work rights in Australia The ability to pass a pre-employment medical, licence check and reference checks Experience working in a company with strict WHS policies and procedures and commitment to adhere to them Certificate III in Cleaning Operations (highly desired but not essential)
Essential to your success will be your ability to think on your feet and keep up with the physical demands of the role.
Only applicants with a commitment to connecting to the community, a positive outlook and a "player mindset" need apply
If you think this is the role for you, send through your cover letter and resume
For more information please contact Emma in Sydney on *****25 + click to reveal.

Torque Recruitment Group are currently seeking a Procurement & Logistics Assistant for an ongoing role in a very fast paced environment.
The Company:
Our client is an international company that offers integrated solutions in the areas of design, supply, construction and operation and maintenance of medium and large-scale PV (solar power) systems.
The Role:
Monday to Friday South Melbourne office
File Requisitions Raise PO's Check Invoices Filing
Analytical mind - numbers Processing requisitions Reconciling Negotiate Prices Manage corporate office consumables Process Mail Manage corporate accounts such as Cab Charges / PPE / Fuel Cards
Track Shipments Collate Quality Docs
Other details:
Procurement experience is a must SAP Experience is a must Good computer skills Mechanical / technical aptitude Previous experience in a similar role
Interested? Please forward your current CV outlining your experience to ***** + click to reveal ATTN: P&L Melbourne
Centre Director role in McKinnon for a busy 140 place centre. Great career progression & competitive salary
Your new company & role
A friendly, family focused Long Day Care and Kindergarten facility providing top quality care and education for children from 6 weeks to 5 years old.Split between two levels and across 8 rooms their newly opened 140-place centre is a light filled and spacious purpose-built building providing fun-filled programs that enrich each child's individual development. Their outdoor spaces are a mixture of recycled materials and natural resources with a kitchen garden, separate yard spaces and cubby houses.
What you'll need to succeed
Applicant must at least hold a Diploma/Advanced Diploma in Children's Services or Bachelor of Education (Early Childhood)- Current working with children check Victoria- Supervisor Certificate- Strong understanding of Regulations/Legislations. Early Years Learning Framework (EYLF) and National Quality Standards (NQS) Essential- Ability to demonstrate efficient rostering skills and manage KPI's experience will be highly regarded- Professional standard of written and verbal communication and interpersonal skills- Strong knowledge of computer skills including Qikkids, CCMS, ISS - Be able to work confidently and reciprocally in a team environment- Experience in managing, leading, guiding and developing a team will be highly regarded- Anaphylaxis, Asthma, CPR and First Aid Certificates- Willingness to undertake and co ordinate professional development training for all staff- The desire to increase knowledge/skill sets within operating a quality Early Learning Centre
What you'll get in return
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 Jay Gorasia on *****96 + click to reveal 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.
Are you a Marketing Operations specialist or a Marketing Analyst? Global Brand in Melbourne CBD Cutting Edge Technologies 6 Month Contract
Our client is a world leader in the health and insurance space. With a number of major pieces of work in play our client is looking for an experienced Marketing Analyst to sit within the direct marketing team and contribute to the implementation of direct marketing campaigns and BAU work. You will also manage Marketing Briefs for both on-going standard customer mailings as well as managing the implementation of ad-hoc direct marketing campaigns.
A variety of tasks will keep you busy with your responsibilities including but not being limited to:
Working closely with Marketing Operations Data Analyst in regards to data requirements. Develop internal marketing briefs and external mail house requirements. Post campaign analysis. Contribute to testing/amendments of various components/workflows of the Automation initiatives. Management of BAU data extracts and ad hoc requests. Develop internal marketing briefs and external mail house requirements.
Sound knowledge and experience in developing and implementing direct marketing and member communication campaigns. ADMA certificate would be seen favourably. Previous experience in insurance or financial services markets preferred. Experience in the preparation of Mail House/Supplier briefs essential. A sound understanding of data, file management and data mining principles essential. Demonstrated understanding of PHI business and customer communications in general preferred. Knowledge of Boss.
Most important is Attitude and Aptitude! We are looking for a proactive personality, a real problem solver and self-motivation second to none.
To apply for this role, please provide your resume in our preferred Word or PDF format no larger than 1MB and quote Job Reference: 16588.
For any queries regarding this or other roles, please phone Leon Atkinson on *****06 + click to reveal.
Thank you for your interest and we will be in touch with those candidates that meet the position requirements and are an Australian Resident.
People from a diverse background are welcome to apply.
For a full listing of positions please visit

ecareer employment services
Level 9, 601 Bourke St, Melbourne VIC 3000
Phone: *****06 + click to reveal
Administration Officers
All Hepburn Health Services Sites
Casual Positions
Hepburn Health Service is seeking a friendly and motivated administration officers to join Hepburn Health Care over multiple campuses. You will be responsible for providing high levels of customer service and administration support at our four locations. You will work alongside a diverse group of caring professionals who are passionate about providing a high level of health care to their clients within a positive working environment. 
To be successful in this role you will need to have:
 High levels of computer competency with intermediate abilities in the Microsoft Office suite (essential) Ability to present a positive demeanour to clients and fellow staff at all times, even while under pressure (essential) Demonstrated flexibility and ability to respond to changing environments Demonstrated highly developed interpersonal and communication skills Ability to work at any of the four Hepburn Health Service campuses (own vehicle/driver license required) Demonstrated administration & clerical experience, cash handling skills, the capacity to use initiative to work effectively as part of a team in an unsupervised environment and highly developed organisational skills  Practical skills in Patient Administration Systems (highly regarded)  Experience in acute and/or residential aged care environments (highly regarded)
Applicants will need to be able to work at short notice and available for at least 3 shifts per week when available.
Please view the position description for further details and key selection criteria.
Enquiries to Angela Morrison / Sarah Denning on *****12 + click to reveal
Applications close at 5pm on Wednesday 13 June 2018 and should be addressed to:
People & Culture Officer
Hepburn Health Service
PO Box 465
or by email: ***** + click to reveal
Your application should include:
1.Cover letter including the position title and your brief overview for apply for the position.
2.A statement addressing each Key Selection Criteria which is located in the position description. When answering the KSC please give examples of evidence, skills, knowledge and attributes you have. Note: Please read the Position Description carefully so you have a good understanding of what is required.
3.Current Resume
4.Copies of any formal qualifications. Note: hard copies of your qualifications will need to be produced at interview.
Appointment is subject to satisfactory completion of a Police Record Check and also a Working With Children Check.
Please apply if you have a genuine interest in making a career in the automotive industry.
You will be rewarded with a career opportunity & training with a view to permanency.
About the position:
Working Monday - Friday $26 per hour + Penalties for overtime Saturdays and Overtime available Removing and replacing tyres Diagnosing wheel balance problems and balancing wheels Selecting correct tyres tubes, rims and accessories Performing wheel alignments in accordance to OE specifications
To be considered:
A current drivers licence Excellent customer service skills Honesty and integrity To be punctual & reliable Previous tyre fitting, balancing experience preferred, but not essential Sound knowledge and adherence to OH&S practices Available to work Saturdays
To apply please submit an updated resume outlining ALL relevant experience along with a minimum of 2 recent working references.
To submit your application in strict confidence, click the 'apply' button. If you require further information, please contact Baytech Industrial on *****00 + click to reveal.
To view all Baytech job opportunities visit
Fixed Term 12 Month Maternity leave Contract
48 hours per fortnight (negotiable)
Reference # 1890
Northeast Health Wangaratta (NHW) is the major health provider in the Central Hume region with an extensive range of acute, sub-acute, aged care and community services.
We are seeking an experienced Occupational Therapist to provide leadership and management for the Occupational Therapy department.  The role also comprises of clinical case load within community rehabilitation.  The successful applicant will have the support of an experienced leadership team as well supervision responsibilities of junior staff.
The successful applicant will enjoy the benefits of competitive remuneration and full salary packaging benefits that are available to Victorian Public Health Sector employees. This position commences 23rd July 2018.
Applying for the role:
Enquiries can be made with Lisa Peters or Amy Dobby on *****08 + click to reveal A position description for this role can be downloaded from the NHW website careers page. Completed applications, addressing the selection criteria, should be emailed to ***** + click to reveal Applications close 3 June 2018
An exciting opportunity is available for an Area Manager Local Area Coordination. This position oversees over 100 staff across seven locations and will lead a team empowering people with disability. This is an ongoing position which will be based at our Broadmeadows office with the requirement to travel to other offices in the North on a regular basis.
Summary of program and its objectives:
The Brotherhood of St Laurence drives change that promotes a compassionate and fair society where everyone has a sense of belonging. The Brotherhood of St Laurence delivers Local Area Coordination (LAC) services in North East Melbourne, Hume Moreland and Bayside Peninsula areas as part of the National Disability Insurance Scheme. High quality LAC is essential in delivering good lives for people with disability, and provides planning and capacity building support for people with disability to maximise choice and control over the services they receive. LAC also support people with disability to access mainstream services and to increase our community’s capacity to be inclusive and welcoming of people with disability.
Main responsibilities of the role:
The Area Manager LAC is responsible for the oversight and delivery of NDIS Local Area Coordination in a contracted area. The position is responsible for leading and ensuring:
contractual and organisational KPIs are met (including participant satisfaction) high levels of customer service are provided and resolving any issues that arise processes are continuously improved so that services continue to meet participant expectations; and the continued development of a highly effective workforce.
The Area Manager LAC is also responsible for overseeing the development and strengthening of community, business and disability sector relationships and will contribute to the development of the Brotherhood’s understanding of and approach to ensuring that people with disability are included at all levels in Australian society.
This is an outstanding opportunity to be at the centre of the largest social reform and the biggest change in the disability sector in Australia’s history. People with a lived experience of disability, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples and people from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds are encouraged to apply.
This is a full time position working 38 hours per week. Salary will be in the range of $115,000 to $125,000 per annum plus an allowance in lieu of a vehicle, based on skills and experience plus superannuation. Attractive salary packaging provisions are available to increase take home pay.
A copy of the position description can be downloaded at . For further information about the role phone Daniel Leighton on *****42 + click to reveal.
To apply:
Applicants are required to submit a resume and address the key selection criteria by complete the screening questionnaire. The key selection criteria can be found on the position description. Applicants who do not complete the screening questionnaire will not be considered for shortlisting.
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Applications close: Monday 11 June 2018 at 5pm
The Brotherhood of St Laurence has a vision of an Australia free of Poverty. We embrace, and value, diversity of culture, working arrangements, sexual orientation and gender identity to ensure our workforce is representative of the community that we work within. We promote a workplace that actively seeks to include and welcome unique contributions of all people. We embrace and celebrate the value of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander staff, their skills and contribution to our organisation.  Applicants should be aware that as required, we conduct police and working with children checks as we acknowledge the importance of Child Safety.