JOBS

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MADEC now has over 400 employees across 58 offices in SA, VIC and NSW. We believe a job can change a life and we are driven to help people in financial or social disadvantage. Through employment services, vocational training, labour hire, and other services and programs, we empower people; connect with support; enhance skills and confidence; and provide them with the opportunity to reach the goal of employment.
The Indigenous Employment Mentor is a new role in the MADEC jobactive service delivery to help build stronger engagement with our indigenous clients and meet employment outcomes. In this hands-on role you will work alongside all staff during the various stages of servicing to provide advice and develop strategies to meet the employment goals of the client. This varied role will see you:
Join in or lead contact appointments with clients to coordinate activities, assist in job search, applications and interview techniques, or assist in referrals to mainstream and indigenous services. Liaise with community groups, employers and stakeholders to build MADEC’s presence in the community and source potential job placements or activities. Provide support before and after a job placement to ensure a positive and ongoing employment outcome. Support all site staff with advice and strategies related to the needs of indigenous clients.
We are looking for a person with experience working in the indigenous community and with a wide range of clients and varying needs. Effective communication and relationship building skills are essential to work with clients, service providers or colleagues. Ideally you have knowledge of local jobs and employer needs to help guide people in the right direction. You should have a good understanding of working to government guidelines and strong administration skills are essential for compliance requirements. Above all else, you are dedicated to making a difference in the indigenous community and to achieve positive outcomes for our clients.
Indigenous applicants are strongly encouraged to apply.
A National Police Check and DCSI child-related employment screening are required on commencement in the role.
Contact: John Tonkin, Site Manager on *****00 + click to reveal or email *****@madec.edu.au + click to reveal
Closing date: 6 May 2018
View the position description and apply online at www.madec.edu.au
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MADEC now has over 400 employees across 58 offices in SA, VIC and NSW. We believe a job can change a life and we are driven to help people in financial or social disadvantage. Through employment services, vocational training, labour hire, and other services and programs, we empower people; connect with support; enhance skills and confidence; and provide them with the opportunity to reach the goal of employment.
The Indigenous Employment Mentor is a new role in the MADEC jobactive service delivery to help build stronger engagement with our indigenous clients and meet employment outcomes. In this hands-on role you will work alongside all staff during the various stages of servicing to provide advice and develop strategies to meet the employment goals of the client. This varied role will see you:
Join in or lead contact appointments with clients to coordinate activities, assist in job search, applications and interview techniques, or assist in referrals to mainstream and indigenous services. Liaise with community groups, employers and stakeholders to build MADEC’s presence in the community and source potential job placements or activities. Provide support before and after a job placement to ensure a positive and ongoing employment outcome. Support all site staff with advice and strategies related to the needs of indigenous clients.
We are looking for a person with experience working in the indigenous community and with a wide range of clients and varying needs. Effective communication and relationship building skills are essential to work with clients, service providers or colleagues. Ideally you have knowledge of local jobs and employer needs to help guide people in the right direction. You should have a good understanding of working to government guidelines and strong administration skills are essential for compliance requirements. Above all else, you are dedicated to making a difference in the indigenous community and to achieve positive outcomes for our clients.
Indigenous applicants are strongly encouraged to apply.
A National Police Check and DCSI child-related employment screening are required on commencement in the role.
Closing date: 6 May 2018
Contact: Oliver Rosalia, Site Manager on *****40 + click to reveal or email *****@madec.edu.au + click to reveal.
To view the position description and apply online, go to our website www.madec.edu.au
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Aboriginal Gambling Help Service
Port Augusta
$62,204 - $66,828 pa
You
You will understand the issue that lead to problem gambling and you will be passionate about providing supports for individuals wanting to overcome their gambling habit.
You will have strong relationship building, facilitation, and communication skills. You will be able to develop and facilitate programs that support community members to overcome their gambling habits. You will likely have relevant qualifications in the Social Sciences, behavioural Sciences or Community Services field; or significant and demonstrated relevant experience.
Your New Role
You will pro-actively engage with community groups and organisations to create awareness and education options around problem gambling and its impact on communities.
This means seeking out, liaising and consulting with a broad cross-section of the community and industry.
You Will Need
A Child Related Employment Screening (CRES) A current Drivers Licence A Child Safe Environments Certificate Eligibility to work in Australia
(Don’t have a CRES? Download a CRES registration form from our website and send it to us when you send us your detailed job application.)
N.B. If selected for interview, you will need to provide evidence of your ability to develop and/or facilitate relevant programs.
Your New Employer
Long established in providing child protection and family support services, across South Australia, Aboriginal Family Support Services (AFSS) is at the forefront of supporting Aboriginal communities across South Australia.
Working in a not for profit agency you can salary sacrifice to increase your take home pay.
Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander people are strongly encouraged to apply.
Now: Look at the J&P in the AFSS Employment section at: www.afss.com.au.
Then: tell us in two pages why you’re a good fit for this job and send this with your resume to: *****@afss.com.au + click to reveal
Need more info? Please call Ray on *****54 + click to reveal (9am – 5pm).
Applications close 5.00 pm 8 May 2018
PLEASE NOTE: If you do not address your skills and experience against the Job and Person Specification we are unlikely to consider your application.
Previous applicants need not apply.
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Are you passionate for Early Childhood Education?
Do you like thinking differently?
Come and join our fantastic team at Whyalla
Goodstart Early Learning is currently looking for a passionate Early Childhood Teacher to join the team at our Whyalla centre, located on the glorious western shores of the Eyre Peninsula in South Australia.
About the Role
You will be energetic, enthusiastic and a qualified Early Childhood Teacher (ECT), who is a team player. Being a 30 place kindy room, you will be required to lead a small team of 3 educators, where you will mentor and support their development. Daily, you will build and sustain strong relationships with children, parents and the local community by planning innovative and engaging child initiated curriculums, incorporating both indoor and outdoor learning environments, sustainability and local excursions and incursions.
 
Goodstart Whyalla and position details:
76 place early education service with excellent leadership support Long serving educators, who have mostly been at the centre since it’s opened, who all share the same kind of community spirit that makes country regions unique Situated on the top of a hill giving a fantastic view of Whyalla and its surrounds, and a glimpse of the ocean to the east. Well -resourced centre with strong collaborative partnerships and community connections Full-time, permanent position, Monday to Friday, 38 hours a week

Join Goodstart Whyalla and become immersed in early education that is meaningful and stimulating to help equip children with the tools they need to be successful in their journey towards school and life
AND…….Did you know Goodstart is for children, not profit. At Goodstart we are all about laying the foundation for better lives through great early learning experiences, we’re not-for-profit and entirely Australian owned, so you can be confident children are our first priority.
Your Qualifications and Experience
Hold a Bachelor of Education/Early Childhood or equivalent ACECQA approved qualification deeming you as an Early Childhood Teacher (ECT). Hold SA Teachers Registration Hold a current First Aid qualification Passionate to deliver and extend on play based, child initiated curriculums. Champion positive and meaningful relationships with children and families Advanced time management and administration skills

The Benefits
 
Competitive above award salary Access to a professional teacher mentor Quality teaching and educational resources Transfer Opportunities - Over 640 centres Australia Wide Option to purchase additional annual leave Discounted child care fees Employee benefits including uniform allowance

Goodstart is committed to child safety, with a zero tolerance of child abuse, and we look to reflect this commitment in our employees. Should you strive to uphold and reflect these values then we would love to hear from you!
To apply, please click the "Apply Now" link. For further information please call Adonica Lee, SA Talent Acquisition Consultant on *****11 + click to reveal
 
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About the Role
WorkPac have an exciting opportunity for experienced Plant Maintenance Engineer for an Immediate Start within the Whyalla Region to work as part of our client's site maintenance team. This position will be for a minimum of 3 months in duration and offers a 5/2  roster.
 
Skills and Experience
To succeed in this role, you will have:
Relevant Engineering Qualification Previous proven experience within an Plant Maintenance Environment Ability to pass a full Pre Employment Medical including D&A Screen Current 'C' Class Drivers License and Own Transport
 
Benefits
5/2 – Monday to Friday  Rosters Available Competitive Hourly Rate Travel Allowance Available if Non Residential for Right Applicant Fantastic opportunity to work with a Leading National Client
 
About WorkPac
WorkPac is Australia's leading, privately owned recruitment provider to the mining, construction, engineering, oil and gas and healthcare sectors. We are proud to partner with some of the country's leading companies to deliver rewarding career opportunities. Looking after our employees is important to us. Through our myrewards platform, we offer benefits from retail rewards through to financial, health cover, insurance, superannuation services and more.
 
How to Apply
Click apply now, email your resume or call for a confidential conversation.
Hayley Slater: *****@workpac.com + click to reveal or *****59 + click to reveal
 
At WorkPac, we recognise we are strengthened by diversity. We are committed to providing a work environment in which everyone is included, treated fairly and with respect. We are an Equal Opportunity employer and we encourage applications from women and Indigenous people.
 
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Orana is a leading provider of disability residential, employment and respite services in metropolitan and regional South Australia. We are currently seeking passionate people to provide support in the newly acquired day options program in Port Augusta open Monday - Friday. These are casual positions.
To be successful in these positions, you will require:
Experience in providing person centered support Ability to communicate effectively with people with a disability and their families Ability to perform personal care and practical support tasks An understanding of how to promote community awareness and a positive image of people living with disability Possess or a willingness to obtain a Certificate III in Individual Support (Disability) A current SA Driver's Licence and willingness to drive 10 seater bus A willingness to obtain a First Aid Certificate A willingness to obtain DCSI screening Basic computer skills
In return you will be joining an organisation that gives you the opportunity to make a difference working in the community.  You will receive strong organisational support and an excellent salary including salary packaging.
A position description can be found at:
www.oranaonline.com.au
Applications are to be addressed to the:
Manager, People & Culture and emailed to:
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Orana is a leading provider of disability residential, employment and respite services in metropolitan and regional South Australia. We are currently seeking passionate people to deliver in-home morning and evening assistance providing a high support service for clients in Whyalla.
These are casual positions.
To be successful in these roles, you will require:
• A positive attitude
• Skills in communicating effectively with people
with a disability and their families
• The ability to perform personal care and practical support tasks
• An understanding of how to promote community awareness and a positive image of people living with disability
• A current Driver's Licence
• A willingness to obtain a Senior First Aid Certificate
• A willingness to obtain DCSI screening.
A position description and additional information
on Orana Inc is available on our website
www.oranaonline.com.au.
Applications are to be addressed to the:
Manager, People & Culture and emailed to
*****@orana.asn.au + click to reveal or posted to
Orana Inc, PO Box 680 Torrensville Plaza SA 5031.
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Our client, a leading tier two contractor specialising in utility sectors power, gas, water, telecommunications and infrastructure, is looking for a HSE Advisor to work 2 days per week on multiple projects involving overhead transmission lines. Reporting to the Project Manager your key responsibilities will include:  Support in implementation of operational safe systems of work and effective work processes and practices ensuring project goals and target are achieved Provide HSE leadership to project field operatives and contractors through visible and active risk management practices and the implementation and enforcement of project HSE management plans, procedures and SWMS Support to supervisors and field operatives through engaged monitoring, coaching, mentoring and directing of activities as necessary and reporting on project performance Develop and maintain interval and external relationship with key clients
To be successful in the role, you will satisfy the following criteria: Ability to engage directly with field .teams and contractors and influence behaviours and embed safety culture Ability to practically apply HSE standards within the project environment Demonstrated understanding of incident investigation practices and procedures Ability to produce clear, concise and accurate HSE information and reports  3+ years’ experience in the utilities industry Practical field experience (trade qualified or similar) Good knowledge of Microsoft office suite and AS4801 Cert IV in OHS management or environmental sciences
Should you be interested in this role, please apply via this link and / or call Janique on *****04 + click to reveal
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We are a leading supplier of training services and safety products. Our excellent range of training programs are backed up with technical support and a network of knowledgeable product specialists working together to keep workplaces safe.

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

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

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

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

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

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

Please send your CV, evidence of qualifications and cover letter to *****@wrighttraining.com.au + click to reveal
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Accounting Manager
 
Max Cranes is a fast-growing privately owned crane, specialist transport, and equipment hire company servicing customers in market segments including mining and resources, oil and gas, wind power, utilities, transport, industrial, and construction.  
 
Max Cranes is seeking to recruit an experienced and hands on Accounting Manager to strengthen our leadership team. 
 
Based in our Port Augusta head office, the Accounting Manager will report to the Directors, be a member of the Max Cranes leadership team, and will be responsible and accountable for all aspects of financial management, control, and reporting and the management of administrative support functions including payroll, HR/IR, and IT. 
 
The ideal candidate will have the following attributes:
A degree in accountancy or business, and CPA or CA qualifications; Prior experience in senior finance or commercial roles, ideally within a fast-paced contracting or industrial services business, and providing insightful financial and commercial reports, analysis, and advice; Prior experience in leading and developing a small finance and administration team and driving process/systems improvement; Demonstrated experience in developing and implementing robust and effective financial management and reporting; Strong technical skills including budgeting/forecasting, cash flow forecasting, consolidation and taxation/compliance; Experienced in using/implementing ERP systems and strong spread sheeting skills; Have excellent written and verbal communication skills; and Be a proactive, adaptable, and a team player who is able to work effectively with people at all levels and across the business.
 
An attractive salary package will be negotiated with the successful applicant.
 
To apply for this job role, please submit your covering letter and resume to:
*****@maxcranes.com.au + click to reveal
 
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-  Senior leadership position
-  Highly innovative horticulture operation
-  Port Augusta, SA
 
Our Client
 
A pioneer in renewable greenhouse technology, Sundrop Farms has a clear vision of growing crops in the most sustainable and restorative manner possible. Their 20ha commercial greenhouse utilises solar thermal energy, steam generated power and water sourced from an onsite desalination plant to produce high quality produce whilst meeting their commitment to renewable energy.
 
Position
 
Accountable for all aspects of this intensive horticultural production site, the General Manager will be responsible for driving efficiency to ensure sustainable profitability.
 
Sundrop Farms has a strong commitment to sustainable horticultural practices and continuous improvement. They require an engaging and influential leader who is capable of meeting the exacting demands of their key distribution channels.
 
Sustainability, WH&S and community stewardship are key aspects of this unique leadership role.
 
Key Responsibilities
 
Reporting directly to the Chief Executive Officer, the General Manager will:-
Hold EBITDA accountability and drive improvement in total site production values Prepare and monitor yearly budgets, including labour production costs Maintain key customer and supplier relations Ensure compliance to WH&S legislation across the whole site Develop and implement strategies to optimise address operational inefficiency Manage energy generation, greenhouse, packing and maintenance operations
 
Experience and Person Profile
 
An established management career at a senior executive level Management experience with large scale horticulture, greenhouse or fresh produce Sound numeracy and financial literacy High emotional intelligence Customer centric approach An understanding of sustainable energy production is desirable Exposure to fresh produce markets and distribution
 
Education
 
Tertiary qualifications in commerce, agribusiness or business management are essential Further qualifications in horticulture or agriculture would be complementary  
 
Remuneration
 
An attractive remuneration package will be negotiated to reflect skills and experience.
 
How To Apply
 
For a confidential discussion, please contact Geoff Lucas on *****99 + click to reveal quoting reference number GL3010, or apply online with a resume and cover letter via the ‘Apply’ button.
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Contract Position available until 30 June 2021.
Wudinna District Council are seeking an enthusiastic and professional person to fill our Mechanic position.
The successful applicant’s responsibilities will involve effectively managing and co-ordinating the allocation and deployment of resources within the Maintenance Department as well as preventative maintenance and repairs to Council plant and equipment.
It is emphasised this position is “hands on” but will also require reporting skills to meet best practice standards.
Applicants must be physically fit, have proven experience or a qualification as a Mechanic (Diesel and Commercial) and hold a minimum HC class drivers licence.
Salary & Conditions: Salary will be in accordance with Council’s Enterprise Bargaining Agreement and the Local Government Employees Award Grade 6 ($56,981.70 – $58,188.36 per annum).
Further Information: Full details of the position can be obtained from Council’s website www.wudinna.sa.gov.au or by contacting the Council Office on *****02 + click to reveal.
Applications: Written applications will be received until 12pm Friday, 11 May 2018 via email - *****@wudinna.sa.gov.au + click to reveal or post - PO Box 6, WUDINNA SA 5652.
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WORKS MANAGER
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At Labour Solutions Australia (LSA) is an industry leader in providing skilled personal across a variety of industries to small, medium and large organisations across Australia
We are currently seeking a Semi Trailer Mechanic
To be considered for this role you must:
  • Mechanic Qualification or Experience
  • Have a proven track record of reliability (References must be provided)
  • Your own car/transport is strongly beneficial
  • White Card
  • Be physically fit to work in a manual Labouring environment
Only successful applicants will be contacted regarding their application
To apply online, please click on the appropriate link.
Please note only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.
Please visit http://www.laboursolutions.com.au to view more jobs.
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At Labour Solutions Australia (LSA) is an industry leader in providing skilled personal across a variety of industries to small, medium and large organisations across Australia
We are currently seeking a Trade Assistant - Mechanical
To be considered for this role you must:
  • Mechanical Experience
  • Have a proven track record of reliability (References must be provided)
  • Your own car/transport is strongly beneficial
  • White Card
  • Be physically fit to work in a manual Labouring environment
Only successful applicants will be contacted regarding their application
To apply online, please click on the appropriate link.
Please note only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.
Please visit http://www.laboursolutions.com.au to view more jobs.
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About the Role
WorkPac are currently seeking an experienced Electrical Supervisor for an Immediate Start based in Whyalla/ Port Augusta. This role will be ongoing for the duration of the Project with a Monday to Friday roster.
 
Minimum Requirements:
Minimum 2 years recent relevant experience Relevant Qualifications White Card- Construction Induction - Or ability to obtain Able to pass a pre employment medical assessment Current C Class Driver's License and Own Transport
 
Benefits:
Monday to Friday Roster- Be Home Every Night! Immediate Start! Ongoing Work for duration of project View for Permanancy with the client for the right applicant PPE Provided
 
About WorkPac
WorkPac is Australia's leading, privately owned recruitment provider to the mining, construction, engineering, oil and gas and healthcare sectors. We are proud to partner with some of the country's leading companies to deliver rewarding career opportunities. Looking after our employees is important to us. Through our myrewards platform, we offer benefits from retail rewards through to financial, health cover, insurance, superannuation services and more.
 
How to Apply
Click apply now, email your resume or call for a confidential conversation.
Hayley Slater: hayley.slater@…show email or (07)…show number
At WorkPac, we recognise we are strengthened by diversity. We are committed to providing a work environment in which everyone is included, treated fairly and with respect. We are an Equal Opportunity employer and we encourage applications from women and Indigenous people.
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VACANCY NO. 309897
LOCATION: Port Lincoln
Ongoing Appointment
$81,766 to $86,297 pa (OPS6)
Key Duties 
The Facility Manager is responsible for managing very large projects and work programs and associated contractors, project teams in the development and provision of total facilities management services across multiple government agencies in accordance with the Across Government Facilities Management Arrangements (AGFMA). The role delivers a responsive single point of contact service to client agencies, interprets technical and procedural matters, delivers expert building advice and ensures all works are undertaken in accordance with Australian Standards, Codes of Practice, government policy and relevant legislation. The Facility Manager identifies, analyses and manages service delivery and contractual risks for building projects and facilities management programs.
Requirements
A current driver's licence is essential. Some work outside normal hours and inter/intrastate travel involving overnight absences may be required. This role has been classified as a position of trust and the incumbent is subject to a satisfactory criminal history/record check in line with departmental policies and procedures.
Our Commitment to Diversity
The Department of Planning, Transport and Infrastructure (DPTI) is committed to building a diverse and inclusive culture across the department, planning for and promoting diversity. We welcome and encourage applications from diverse community groups and ages including Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander, LGBTIQ, people with disabilities, women and other diversity groups. DPTI recognises the benefits that such an approach brings for our staff and customers in delivering the future of South Australia.
Enquiries to: 
Mr Chris Bishop
Senior Facilities Manager
Telephone: *****77 + click to reveal
Email: *****@sa.gov.au + click to reveal
Applications to: 
Ms Pam Langford
PO Box 296
Plympton SA 5038
Email: *****@sa.gov.au + click to reveal
For more information on this exciting opportunity please visit www.dpti.sa.gov.au/careers
Applicants are required to submit an application of no more than two pages and a curriculum vitae demonstrating their suitability for the role. In addition applicants are required to complete the Cover Sheet quoting the vacancy number and the Pre-Employment Declaration with their application for employment. The SA Government is an Equal Opportunity Employer and safety is a core value.
The South Australian public sector promotes diversity and flexible ways of working including part-time. Applicants are encouraged to discuss the flexible working arrangements for this role.
Closing Date: 5:00pm 4 May 2018
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About the Role
WorkPac are currently seeking an experienced Civil Supervisor for an Immediate Start based in Whyalla/ Port Augusta. This role will be ongoing for the duration of the Project with a Monday to Friday roster.
 
Minimum Requirements:
Minimum 2 years recent relevant experience White Card- Construction Induction - Or ability to obtain Able to pass a pre employment medical assessment Current C Class Driver's License and Own Transport
 
Benefits:
Monday to Friday Roster- Be Home Every Night! Immediate Start! Ongoing Work for duration of project View for Permanancy with the client for the right applicant PPE Provided
 
About WorkPac
WorkPac is Australia's leading, privately owned recruitment provider to the mining, construction, engineering, oil and gas and healthcare sectors. We are proud to partner with some of the country's leading companies to deliver rewarding career opportunities. Looking after our employees is important to us. Through our myrewards platform, we offer benefits from retail rewards through to financial, health cover, insurance, superannuation services and more.
 
How to Apply
Click apply now, email your resume or call for a confidential conversation.
Hayley Slater: *****@workpac.com + click to reveal or *****59 + click to reveal
At WorkPac, we recognise we are strengthened by diversity. We are committed to providing a work environment in which everyone is included, treated fairly and with respect. We are an Equal Opportunity employer and we encourage applications from women and Indigenous people.
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Casual Clinical Trial Nurse: Port Lincoln SA
We are looking for a nurse who is willing to visit a patient who is taking part in a clinical trial to administer a weekly home infusion. The patient is located in the Port Lincoln area.
• The patient will receive a weekly infusion (time commitment for the nurse is about 2 hours every week)
• This work is casual and flexible and could be arranged at a time that is convenient for you and the patient
To be part of this exciting program you:
• Are a Registered Nurse with current CPR qualifications
• Have excellent cannulation skills
• Possess strong interpersonal skills and high attention to detail
• Enjoy working autonomously
 
To apply please click on 'Apply for this job' on seek or go to www.ascottsales.com.au/careers. For more information please call Nicole Stampfli or Diana O'Loughlin at Ascott Sales Integration on *****70 + click to reveal. Email: *****@ascottsales.com.au + click to reveal
We are looking forward to hearing from you!
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The organisation
Bendigo Bank’s vision is to be Australia’s most Customer Connected Bank. In the last 15 years we have seen $180m+ fed back into the communities. We care about people and what they care about and we know people with a purpose make great things happen.
At Bendigo Bank we strive to sustain a diverse workforce who reflect our diverse customer base, the partners we work with and the communities in which we operate.   We offer flexible work practices that support our people at all stages of their lives and careers
 
Business Banking is a strong contributor to our customers and the Bank’s success. In what is a highly competitive and evolving market place we are constantly seeking creative and innovative ways to improve what we do and demonstrate our compelling points of difference to our customers. So it shouldn't come as a surprise Bendigo Bank has been named Business Bank of the Year four years running in the Roy Morgan Research Customer Satisfaction Awards.
We have an opportunity available for a Business Banking Manager in Port Lincoln to join our 300+ national team to contribute to the growth of our business.
 
The Role
Bendigo Bank is seeking a customer focused  Business Banking Manager to assist the Business Banking  Team in driving portfolio growth to achieve results in line with the localised business strategy.  This will require close collaboration with the State Management Team, Branch Managers and other key partners, as two-way referral partnerships will be key to your success and that of the State. 
 
Key Responsibilities
In conjunction with the Business Banking team, drive profitable growth in the area through strategic planning and implementation Identify expansion into new markets and/or sectors to support the growth strategy Meet all revenue targets both at an individual and team level Manage, coach and mentor our Business Banking Officers Ensure risk management and credit quality is maintained in line with Bank Policy
 
The Candidate
If you have detailed knowledge of the commercial and SME markets, can demonstrate a proven track record of proactive business development coupled with strong leadership and relationship skills, this could be your opportunity to be part of a growing business. 
You will have a relevant business related tertiary qualification and hold FSRA Accreditation (T2) and have between 3 to 5 years’ experience in a Business Banking role.
 
To be eligible to apply, you must be an Australian / New Zealand citizen or hold permanent residency status in Australia
 
For a confidential discussion regarding this role, please contact:
Name: Peter Feeney, Senior Business Banking Manager
Phone: *****09 + click to reveal
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The organisation
Bendigo Bank’s vision is to be Australia’s most Customer Connected Bank. In the last 15 years we have seen $180m+ fed back into the communities. We care about people and what they care about and we know people with a purpose make great things happen.
At Bendigo Bank we strive to sustain a diverse workforce who reflect our diverse customer base, the partners we work with and the communities in which we operate.   We offer flexible work practices that support our people at all stages of their lives and careers
 
Business Banking is a strong contributor to our customers and the Bank’s success. In what is a highly competitive and evolving market place we are constantly seeking creative and innovative ways to improve what we do and demonstrate our compelling points of difference to our customers. So it shouldn't come as a surprise Bendigo Bank has been named Business Bank of the Year four years running in the Roy Morgan Research Customer Satisfaction Awards.
We have an opportunity available for a Business Banking Manager in Port Lincoln to join our 300+ national team to contribute to the growth of our business.
 
The Role
Bendigo Bank is seeking a customer focused  Business Banking Manager to assist the Business Banking  Team in driving portfolio growth to achieve results in line with the localised business strategy.  This will require close collaboration with the State Management Team, Branch Managers and other key partners, as two-way referral partnerships will be key to your success and that of the State. 
 
Key Responsibilities
In conjunction with the Business Banking team, drive profitable growth in the area through strategic planning and implementation Identify expansion into new markets and/or sectors to support the growth strategy Meet all revenue targets both at an individual and team level Manage, coach and mentor our Business Banking Officers Ensure risk management and credit quality is maintained in line with Bank Policy
 
The Candidate
If you have detailed knowledge of the commercial and SME markets, can demonstrate a proven track record of proactive business development coupled with strong leadership and relationship skills, this could be your opportunity to be part of a growing business. 
You will have a relevant business related tertiary qualification and hold FSRA Accreditation (T2) and have between 3 to 5 years’ experience in a Business Banking role.
 
To be eligible to apply, you must be an Australian / New Zealand citizen or hold permanent residency status in Australia
 
For a confidential discussion regarding this role, please contact:
Name: Peter Feeney, Senior Business Banking Manager
Phone: *****09 + click to reveal
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The organisation
Bendigo Bank’s vision is to be Australia’s most Customer Connected Bank. In the last 15 years we have seen $180m+ fed back into the communities. We care about people and what they care about and we know people with a purpose make great things happen.
At Bendigo Bank we strive to sustain a diverse workforce who reflect our diverse customer base, the partners we work with and the communities in which we operate.   We offer flexible work practices that support our people at all stages of their lives and careers
 
Business Banking is a strong contributor to our customers and the Bank’s success. In what is a highly competitive and evolving market place we are constantly seeking creative and innovative ways to improve what we do and demonstrate our compelling points of difference to our customers. So it shouldn't come as a surprise Bendigo Bank has been named Business Bank of the Year four years running in the Roy Morgan Research Customer Satisfaction Awards.
We have an opportunity available for a Business Banking Manager in Port Lincoln to join our 300+ national team to contribute to the growth of our business.
 
The Role
Bendigo Bank is seeking a customer focused  Business Banking Manager to assist the Business Banking  Team in driving portfolio growth to achieve results in line with the localised business strategy.  This will require close collaboration with the State Management Team, Branch Managers and other key partners, as two-way referral partnerships will be key to your success and that of the State. 
 
Key Responsibilities
In conjunction with the Business Banking team, drive profitable growth in the area through strategic planning and implementation Identify expansion into new markets and/or sectors to support the growth strategy Meet all revenue targets both at an individual and team level Manage, coach and mentor our Business Banking Officers Ensure risk management and credit quality is maintained in line with Bank Policy
 
The Candidate
If you have detailed knowledge of the commercial and SME markets, can demonstrate a proven track record of proactive business development coupled with strong leadership and relationship skills, this could be your opportunity to be part of a growing business. 
You will have a relevant business related tertiary qualification and hold FSRA Accreditation (T2) and have between 3 to 5 years’ experience in a Business Banking role.
 
To be eligible to apply, you must be an Australian / New Zealand citizen or hold permanent residency status in Australia
 
For a confidential discussion regarding this role, please contact:
Name: Peter Feeney, Senior Business Banking Manager
Phone: *****09 + click to reveal