Senior Financial Planner job with Industry Super Fund in Wollongong
Your new company
This rapidly growing Industry Super Fund are looking for an experienced Financial Planner to join their team, looking after a diverse portfolio of clients. They promote a collaborative culture and offer excellent long-term career prospects. They have offices across the wider Sydney region as well as having a national presence across multiple states.
Your new role
As a Senior Financial Planner, your role will revolve around the provision of holistic financial advice to your portfolio of clients. You will be provided with a book of clients to service, with the expectation that you will grow it over time. You will be required to provide a premium service to your clients and utilise the businesses large client member base to be successful.
What you'll need to succeed
As the successful applicant, you will have:
CFP and relevant degree qualification Strong experience in providing complex advice to a diverse range of clients Exceptional communication skills Very strong technical knowledge

What you'll get in return
On offer is an excellent salary package and attractive bonus structure. This is also an opportunity to join a fast-growing, innovative organisation. You will be given opportunities to progress your career, and be supported in furthering your studies. You will also receive a number of non-salary employee benefits.
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 Rhys Burton *****97 + 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.
The Company:
Our company is one of Australia's largest, privately owned liquor beverage businesses that has been in operation for over 50 years and successfully operates at both a domestic and international scale, selling liquor and associated products to a significant customer base that includes both national and independent wholesalers, retailers, bars, restaurants and clubs.
The Role:
The Management Accountant is responsible for reviewing financial aspects of the company's operations to assist in the preparation, consolidation and interpretation of corporate financial budgets and plans.
Preparation of management accounts and financial reports for consolidation and submission to the Financial Controller Assist with completion of board reporting packs Investigates and analyses variances and undertakes other analyses as directed Supporting Accounts Payable functions Preparation of weekly cash flows for all entities Various ad hoc duties to support the Financial Controller Ensure timely and accurate GST, PAYG and superannuation reporting Other responsibilities as required within the scope of the position Rebate system management ensuring rebates paid by due date
To be successful you must have:
Tertiary qualifications in Accounting CPA/CA accreditation or near completion Relevant qualifications in accounting or similar discipline Knowledge of an ERP System, preferably Navision Sound technical accounting skills Working knowledge of Microsoft office Demonstrated experience using advanced Excel Well-developed verbal and written communication skills Ability to work within a team environment Ability to analyse data and make recommendations to Financial Controller Strong research skills High degree of independence and proactive approach with the ability to prioritise workflow
Working knowledge of Microsoft Navision Working knowledge of payroll Experience working in an import/export environment, FMCG industry
Please click on 'Apply for this job' to send your covering letter and Resume.
For enquiries please email ***** + click to reveal 
Contact Details: Melissa Jovanovska on *****86 + click to reveal
The Company.
Lambert Kitchens is the Illawarra's premier manufacturer of high-end designer Kitchens and has successfully built its reputation over forty years of business.  Focusing on quality and excellent service, the company thrives on exceeding customer expectations. 
An opportunity exists to join our expanding team and we currently seek a Kitchen Professional with cabinet vision experience.
The Role:
The applicant we are looking to engage must have a firm understanding of current cabinet making standards. A trade background in either cabinet making or shop fitting is essential. Competent using version 8 and 10 of cabinet vision. The position involves working in a tight knit team environment. You are responsible for processing jobs for the factory floor. Ordering job materials and supporting the design and check measure team when required.
All applications will be treated with strict confidentiality.
Experienced with Cabinet Vision version 8 as a minimum, Ability to perform enhancement to our extensive library. Ability to read and interpret joinery drawings. Ability to liaise with internal and external parties. Knowledgeable in joinery materials, finishes, allowances, requirements. Knowledgeable in CNC machinery programming compatibilities. Cabinet making or shop fitting experience (tradesmen). Excellent communication skills. Excellent organisation skills and priority management of workloads. Excellent attention to detail and accuracy is essential. Proficient in the use of Microsoft Office.
An attractive remuneration package based on experience is on offer and the stability and security that comes from being part of a long established and highly respected Company.
Please send resume along with a short covering letter to ***** + click to reveal
About Us:
Ugly Fish is a leading Aussie eyewear label specialising in sports polarised sunnies, motorcycle sunnies, kids sunnies and safety glasses for people with attitude. We've been a family owned local business since 2003 & an iconic and instantly recognisable brand whether your fishing, riding or just outdoors giving it everything you've got.
Job tasks and responsibilities
About the Role:
We are looking for an energetic & experienced store person to take control of our warehouse function and ensure absolute efficiency and accuracy of shipping & receiving goods, accurate data entry of stock and complete order management from end to end. The right person already understands the core functions of warehousing, inventory management, workplace safety & be motivated with the ability to work smart, fast & clean. We are also in the process of implementing new systems for both stock control and warehouse management so exciting times ahead. 
Key Responsibilities:
Stock receiving   Order entry & order management Picking & packing of products for shipping Stocktake & inventory control Quality assurance product control Freight management Customer service Service & warranties  Maintain a clean safe work environment  General warehouse & task management 
Skills and experience
Key Skills & Experience:
Previous experience in a small to medium store person/warehouse role  Previous experience with warehouse admin, customer & invoicing systems (Quickbooks, Salesforce, Cin7)  Computer skills including experience with the use of Microsoft Office and warehouse computer system Understanding of web & online ordering processes  Attention to detail, we pride ourselves on a great customer experience  Excellent written and verbal communication skills Ability to work within a team environment Ability to work efficiently and independently Self-motivated with have a positive attitude Maintain a high level of productivity with an ability to meet deadlines Physical fitness, some heavy lifting required  Ability to change and adapt in a fast pace environment
Ugly benefits and perks
The Ugly Crew is a close team that loves what we do, a family owned business and The Ugly family matters. We have a great space & work environment with onsite parking, pool table, Fairy Meadow location, Monday to Friday, company provided fruit, snack station & drinks fridge + annual staff credit for stock to protect your peepers, after all……. Everyone's Ugly!
We are looking for experience, confidence, stability and drive. If this sound like the right opportunity get your application in quick. 
Chris Cadden 
General Manager - Piranha Eyewear 
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About us
Southern Cross Housing are accredited as a Tier 1 provider under the National Regulatory System for Community Housing. We manage a range of crisis, transitional, social and affordable housing properties.
Our mission is to provide high quality housing and tenancy management, and access to support, for people in south eastern NSW who need affordable and stable housing. We operate from our central offices in Nowra, Ulladulla, Batemans Bay and Cooma.
We provide housing for over 2,500 people with low income and special needs. Our tenants reside in around 1,200 properties. Our properties under management will exceed 2,000 by the end of 2018.
The opportunity
Reporting to the Asset Manager, the Contract and Compliance Officer is responsible for managing contracted property maintenance for properties under the Social Housing Management Transfer Program Level Agreement and managing the contract relationship between Southern Cross Housing and the NSW Land and Housing Corporation.
The successful applicant will have experience in contracted property maintenance and be able to coordinate building trades to achieve timetables and budgets.
Experience managing a third party service delivery contract, including auditing, reporting and dispute resolution processes is also an advantage.
Selection criteria
Essential experience
Demonstrated experience in contract property maintenance Able to coordinate building trades on time and budget Demonstrated understanding of long term property maintenance and programing Knowledge of social housing property standards and tenant needs Demonstrate understanding of Property Assessment Surveys and condition reports Ability to develop and maintain positive relationships with external stakeholders Good written communication skills Demonstrated ability to produce quality outcomes in a high-volume, fast-paced work environment. Willingness to undertake reasonable travel to support regional offices and/or undertake professional development activities
Essential qualifications and licencing
Drivers licence Current Working with Children Check Criminal record check providing suitable clearance to work with vulnerable members of the community (will be arranged by SCH)
Understanding or ability to develop an understanding of the Residential Tenancy Act Knowledge of, and commitment to, relevant policies, practices and standards, including WHS, EEO and the NRSCH standards. Understanding and commitment to the values of SCH.
If this sounds like the opportunity for you, we'd love to hear from you.
Please e-mail us at ***** + click to reveal and include:
Your resume A statement describing how you meet the selection criteria (not exceeding 2 pages)
Applications close 5pm Thursday 8th March 2018.
Only applicants who have submitted a resume and statement addressing the selection criteria will be considered for these roles, and only short-listed candidates will be contacted.
2 positions, operational role working in a diverse team Utilise your practical labouring skills Salary Range $46,558 - $55,913pa + 9.5% Super, 38 hrs, 9 Day Fortnight
About the role
Wingecarribee Shire Council is looking for 2 highly motivated, hands-on and skilled Water Reticulation Assistants to join the Water and Sewer Branch in performing reticulation customer requests including inspections, maintenance, repair, renewal and construction of water reticulation assets.
About you
In addition to relevant practical labouring experience, the successful applicant will be open to learning new skills, proactively contribute to the team and be committed to workplace health and safety.
More specifically, responsibilities will include:
Operating plant and equipment, providing manual labouring skills for the construction, maintenance, repair and rehabilitation of Councils water reticulation assets. Contributing to the delivery of assigned programs of work within agreed timeframes, whilst achieving quality standards as directed. Following directions of the Team Leader in accordance with approved procedures and quality standards. Carrying out all work safely in regards to personnel, the public, the environment, assets and equipment. Promoting culture of cooperation and projecting positive image of Water and Sewer Branch. Participating in an out of hour's on-call roster when required.
About us
Located in the Southern Highlands, Wingecarribee Shire Council is within comfortable travelling distance of Sydney, Canberra, the South Coast and the Illawarra. With four distinctive and stunning seasons combined with glorious countryside rich in biodiversity and appeal, it is an enviable lifestyle location.
To Apply
To apply for this position please visit (Careers @ Council) to view the position description which also contains the key selection criteria. Please complete the online application process by submitting your resume, covering letter and address to the selection criteria as part of the on-line recruitment process. 
Further information can be obtained by contacting Chris Geddes Supervisor Water Retic on *****35 + click to reveal.
Only candidates with the right to work in Australia will be considered for the position.
Applications close Tuesday 27 February 2018.
About the Organisation
Life Without Barriers is a leading social purpose, not for profit organisation working in more than 440 communities across Australia. We support children, young people and families, people with disability, older people and people with mental illness. We work with people who are homeless and refugees and asylum seekers.   
We want to employ people who reflect the diversity of our clients to ensure we can support each client's individual needs and wants. We encourage people of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander background and people with disability to apply.
About the Role
Provide high quality clinical services in Out of Home Care Services as part of a professional multi-disciplinary team. This role would be working from our Wollongong office and surrounding area, working closely with the Foster Team and children and families in our Out of Home care Programs.
Key Responsibilities
Provide assessments of clients' cognitive and learning abilities, living skills, emotional and mental health status and behavioural profile; Review placement opportunities and skill development of children and young people in out of home care and placements; Develop and monitor intervention plans and strategies around challenging behaviours exhibited by people with a disability, people with a mental health issue and children and young people with high and complex needs; Opportunity to deliver training to staff, Carers and Clients in group and individual settings on a range of relevant topics.
Skills & Experience
Over one years' experience working with clients with high level, complex needs and experience in working with children and young people Over one years' postgraduate experience conducting functional analysis for complex behaviours Tertiary qualification in Psychology, Social Work, Allied Health, or equivalent; Current Registration with the relevant professional body or Psychology board of Australia covering your profession e.g. Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (AHPRA); Ability to work within a multi-disciplinary team and to participate in reflective practice sessions with the team; Demonstrated interpersonal skills, ability to use initiative and peer support, problem solving and conflict management skills; Demonstrated ability to maintain a high degree of confidentiality; Understanding of the issues, services and legislation affecting the delivery of services for children and young people in out of home care settings and people with disabilities; High-level communication, influencing, liaison and negotiation skills, including the ability to develop and maintain good working relationships with internal and external stakeholders; An ability to relate to and positively influence the skills of a range of support staff such as Foster Carers, Case Managers and Disability Support Workers; Current Drivers Licence .
Successful candidates will be required to clear probity checks including National Criminal History Record Check and Working with Children Check (where relevant to the role).
*previous applicants need not apply
Opportunity to work for one of Australia's largest Social Purpose organisations Excellent tax benefits and rostered days off Supportive and professional team
How to Apply
Click on the Apply button below and follow the screen prompts. 
Please direct any queries to Tracy Donnarumma at ***** + click to reveal
Applications close at midnight Sunday 4th March 2018
This Manufacturer of automotive, industrial systems and consumables is widely regarded as a market leader in their industry. They have an excellent culture within the business and longevity which is rarely seen within a sales team. Their innovative systems are utilised by major manufacturers such as Caterpillar and Westrac, and distributors.
You will be responsible for managing existing relationships with distributors (i.e., Blackwoods, Powell Industrial, Hoseco etc…) and whilst utilising your technical aptitude when dealing with the end-users (i.e., Mining Companies, Agriculture, Construction Companies). In addition, you will be winning some new business, however, the majority of your time will be spent managing existing accounts and developing relationships.
You preferably have a strong technical/mechanical aptitude and will be able to demonstrate a structure and well trained approach to sales. Any industrial sales background will be considered, however preference will be given to those people who have sold into distributors such as Blackwoods and Repco.
If this position sounds of interest, then as a first step in the process please ‘apply now’ and your resume will be forwarded directly to our consultant Gillian Sinclair.
BMS has specialised in recruiting Technical and Industrial Sales Professionals for nearly 30 years. We have many unadvertised positions, so if you are actively looking or just dipping your toe in the market then feel free to call *****00 + click to reveal.
Are you planning to "escape from the city"?

Making its debut on the ABC in 2018, "ESCAPE FROM THE CITY" is searching for POTENTIAL HOUSE HUNTERS IN AUSTRALIA who are ready to leave the big smoke behind....

Perhaps you crave the peace and quiet of the wine regions.... maybe you picture yourself spending more time with the family in a quiet country town - or you might be desperate to escape the hustle and bustle og the rat-race for a life on the coast, where you can breathe in the fresh ocean air AND a healthier lifestyle?

We're looking for people planning to buy or rent in anew location. get a glimpse of the life you've always dreamt about And get free expert advice on how to make it happen.

If you're planning a sea-change or a tree-change in 2018, we'd love to hear from you.

Application Deadline: March, 2018

Further info:
The ‘Escape’ Team are standing by to answer any questions you have about the show, and to chat through your plans for a tree-change or sea-change. Please call *****21 + click to reveal to reach the team, who can also assist with the application form.
Based in South Nowra, V&C Foods is the leading independent foodservice provider servicing the South Coast between Wollongong and Batemans Bay. We pride ourselves on our service excellence coupled with local knowledge.
Our growing business is seeking passionate individuals to join our office team.  
Your tasks will involve, but not be limited to:
Order taking and Invoicing  Handling customer/supplier invoice queries Accounts payable/receivables General administration and data entry Completion of bank reconciliations Preparation of management reports Maintenance of accounts payable records Supplier Reconciliations End of day pay-ins, banking and reconciliation processes
The successful applicant will:
Excellent organisational time management skills Be positive and with a pro-active can do attitude Be flexible and adaptable - occasional early morning starts and Saturday morning work Excellent interpersonal and communication skills Fast & accurate data entry skills Computer literate at an intermediate or higher level with experience using Microsoft Excel and Word Pleasant nature and phone manner with a strong emphasis on customer service. Previous administration experience desirable
Opportunities to move to full time and progress into leadership positions within the company.
Please submit your resume to ***** + click to reveal
Please note, only those candidates successful in the shortlisting process will be contacted.
With successful growth over 21 years within the region, the opportunity for further expansion within the Accor Plus Wollongong Sales office has now become available. We are seeking individuals to join our team who want telephone sales role which offers flexible hours, great earnings and a fantastic work environment.
Accor Plus provides endless opportunities to work and travel within the Asia Pacific region developing and enhancing careers at any level.
Our Offer:
Excellent Base rate of $20 per hour
Hourly rate + uncapped commission paid weekly  
Great benefits and incentives
Flexible working hours Monday to Friday (NO WEEKENDS)
Minimum 20 hours per week
Two shifts – 8.30am-12.30pm OR 1pm-5pm
Central Wollongong Location
Full paid training provided
Continuous ongoing coaching and support
Fun, exciting and motivated office culture
Career advancement opportunities

In order to be successful for this role you must have:
Excellent communication skills and telephone manner and a natural ability to build rapport
A team focus and desire to achieve daily KPI’S and Targets
Self-motivated with a hunger to perform to meet your daily targets
Willingness to learn, adapt and not be afraid to get on the phone

Accor Plus is Asia Pacific's most expansive travel, dining and lifestyle program.  Accor Plus is accepted at over 600 Accor Hotels across 17 counties in Asia Pacific. With more than 1,200 employees, 45 offices and over 350,000 members in 17 countries across the Asia Pacific. Accor Plus offices are located across Australia, New Zealand, Fiji, Singapore, Malaysia, Indonesia, Philippines, India, Thailand, Vietnam and China.,-Illawarra-&-South-Coast-NSW
For more information about the role please contact Alison Davies on *****04 + click to reveal or email resume to ***** + click to reveal
HealthCare Australia is Australia's leading healthcare provider of community care/support workers, nurses, doctors and allied health professionals.
Job description:
HCA Community Care are on the lookout for flexible Disability Support Workers to support clients across different shift times (morning, afternoon & overnight). You will be required to provide quality care to adults with a dual diagnosis (intellectual disability and mental health). 
Essential criteria:
12+ months paid experience (administration of medication, personal care and high challenging behaviour experience is essential) Flexible availability - at least 3 days per week a week  Current First Aid and CPR Certificate, WWCC & Police Check (if you don't have these, we can assist you to get them!) Current full NSW driver's license and access to a car
Desirable criteria:  Qualifications in Disability/Mental Health/Community Service PART/GIRT/TCI/training certificate 
Benefits of working with HCA:
Free manual handling & basic life support training  eHCA mobile phone app - for ease of updating your availability, submitting time sheets and viewing your booked shifts No need to pay for a National Police Check - we run one ourselves!
If interested, please apply here or send your updated resume to ***** + click to reveal or call *****04 + click to reveal to speak to Naomi for any enquiries.
HealthCare Australia welcomes applications from culturally and linguistically diverse candidates, those from the LGBTQIA community, people who may have a disability and Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander People.
IMPORTANT NOTE: Only suitable applicants for this position will be contacted.
*Pay is subject to qualifications provided and years of experience in the industry
Our Client is a well-respected and established boutique Real Estate agency that consists of a highly experienced team who holds a strong market presence. They are young, dynamic and love what they do; they understand exactly what it is their clients want!
We are looking for a Property Manager to work Monday – Friday with the occasional Working in a team with a Property Officer for support, you will be responsible for:
• Day to day management of 130 properties 
• Ongoing contact with landlords and tenants 
• Arrears minimisation 
• Carrying out periodic inspections 
• Annual rent reviews and lease re-signs 
• Database and client management 
• Maintaining properties and arranging any required repairs 
• Working to maximise the value of all properties for owners
The Candidate:
The successful candidate lucky enough to secure this role will have:
• 2x Years Property Management experience 
• A current Certificate of Registration 
• Own car and Driver's license
• Excellent communication skills (both written and verbal)
• Great presentation skills 
• Be a motivated self-starter
• Knowledge of CONSOLE but not essential
• Looking to take the next step up in their career!
The Benefits:
• Training in house eery week 
• Low staff turnover
• Neat & Tidy Portfolio Supportive Director and great team culture
• Excellent Career Progression 
• Stunning office 
To Apply:
Please call Ayesha Campbell on *****00  + click to reveal
or *****41 + click to reveal or email your CV to ***** + click to reveal All applications will be held in the strictest of confidence. Only those with the right to work in Australia need apply.
Harcourts Dapto Property Manager Assist
Our goal is to train you to become a confident and educated property management team member over the next 6-18 months.
At the end of this time, you will have developed the skills to step into a position of Property Manager where you will be managing properties yourself. 
For the first 6 - 12 months you will be working alongside our established agents in a support role, assisting with out of office tasks and building your skills. This is a new role, so primary roles will be outlined on commencement however as your skills are honed, extra responsibilities will be given for your continued growth.
You will assist by facilitating the smooth running and continued growth of the property management department through effective support, administration and education.
To have a comprehensive understanding and up-to-date knowledge of industry legislation Create strong relationships with clients and provide a service that is reflective of the Harcourts values Support the property managers in managing, growing and developing a portfolio that conforms to the Harcourts Dapto way Work with a team in a professional, efficient and diplomatic manner Be an active contributor to the Harcourts Dapto team and the wider Harcourts family
Where to from here?
1. Send your cover letter, resume and why you are the best candidate for the career position to ***** + click to reveal
2. Receive a phone call from Harcourts Dapto for a short phone interview
3. If your application is short listed you will be contacted for a face to face interview
Seeking Work, Life, Balance? Located In A Stunning Area Of NSW! Modern Ultrasound Equipment And Environment Above Market Rates. On-going Training & Support Provided. Sharon *****53 + click to reveal
Seeking Work, life, balance? Get away from the hustle and bustle to a more relaxed lifestyle. 
Experience the stunning Southern Highlands. Perfectly located away from the hectic city lifestyle yet still easily commutable to Sydney and surrounding towns.
About The Company:
Highly regarded Medical Imaging Company.
They utilise up to date technology within fresh and contemporary practices.
This organisation has an outstanding reputation and prides themselves on their patient centered approach and quality images. 
About The Role:
You will be encouraged to spend time with your patients, build relationships and offer the best service possible. No rushed appointments! Flexible hours available, part time or full time.
You will be required to perform a variety of scans including:
General, MSK, Obstetrics, Intervention and small parts
Relevant tertiary qualifications Accreditation with Australian Sonographer Accreditation Registry (ASAR) Membership with Australian Sonographers Association (ASA) Strong interpersonal and communication skills The ability to work both autonomously and in a team environment
 On Offer:
Excellent remuneration will commensurate with both skills and experience A strong opportunity to develop your clinical skills Further support and training Job security with a reputable company Relocation package Conference allowance Continual Professional Development Continual Professional Development
Sigma Resourcing's devoted Medical Imaging agents have taken pride in establishing strong practice relations. We aspire to match you to your ideal role, so please contact us to hear more about this position and others.
If you think this role is for you, Click Apply Now. Alternatively, send expressions of interest to: ***** + click to reveal or phone *****53 + click to reveal for a confidential chat 
Secret Shopping is a fun, interesting and exciting way to earn extra cash, and can easily be fitted in around other day to day commitments, as in most cases, assignments can be carried out at any time the store is open, including late night shopping and weekends. So even if you already work full time it is still possible to earn extra money in your free time.

The payment for each assignment does vary, depending on what is involved, but is usually between $30 and $100 per completed assignment. Secret Shoppers / Mystery Shoppers are required to visit and comment on the customer service received in retail stores, restaurants, takeaways, hotels, motels, beauty salons and many other types of businesses. The only common thread is that the business will offer some type of customer service.

Secret shopping or Mystery Shopping is a form of market research work, that requires an individual to play the role of a genuine customer to objectively gather information on the business being studied. Mystery Shopping usually involves commenting on employee performance and the overall perception of your shopping experience, in essence, how you would rate the service you received during your shopping experience, you get paid to go shopping.

We are looking for persons with either Mystery Shopping experience or a good level of literacy and a great memory. We are looking for reliable people from all walks of life. You will be required to have access to a computer with an Internet connection and be able to follow instructions. Please only apply if you meet the above mentioned criteria and are very reliable, honest, motivated, well presented and hard working. If you are interested in this opportunity, please go to our website and fill out the employment form at: (Please note this is the only way we accept applications. Absolutely no exceptions).

Payment for completing assignments will be made by PayPal, so a current PayPal account is also required. An ABN is recommended but not required.
Contract Administrator | Wollongong | Salary 110, 000 – 130, 000 + Super
The Company
Australian main contractor with a turnover worth 300m + one is looking to recruit an experienced Contract Administrator into the team in Wollongong. Privately owned operating across an array of sectors in the build sector including commercial, education, retail, industrial, residential and aged care.
The Role
The Successful Contract Administrator will have 5 + years’ experience working within the construction market delivering new build projects up to 30m. Ideal sector experience will be retail, commercial and industrial, aged care and residential.
You will work closely with the Project Manager on a specific project.
Responsible for the following:
Drafting/ reviewing scopes of works and other tender documents to accompany request for quotations issued to subcontractors and suppliers
Interpreting specifications and drawings to understand the scope of works for the project at subcontractor level
Managing the tender review process to ensure the award of all subcontractors within the required timeframe and budget
Assisting senior project staff with the internal and external monthly financial reports
Assisting with the management of awarded works packages, updating and maintain various registers, administration of securities, distributing contractual correspondence
Management of subcontractor payment claims, including variation claims
If you are interested in discussing the role further, please contact Chelsea on *****34 + click to reveal or email your CV to ***** + click to reveal
Hanlon Windows (Aust.) Pty Ltd is a family owned company which pride itself on selling quality aluminium and timber windows and doors.  Hanlon Windows is an equal opportunity employer.
We are currently looking for a motivated person to join our team in the role of production floor worker with an immediate start.
This role involves receiving, cutting, machining, framing, and glazing timber or aluminium windows and doors.
To be considered for this position, you must have:
Willingness to undergo a company paid pre-employment medical assessment Willingness to turn up to work every day and give 100%
No experience is necessary as we will provide all training.
Hours of work:         
Monday-Friday  6:00-2:30
If this position is for you, we'd love to hear from you!
Send your resume to our head office:
Human Resources
41 Bolong Road
Bomaderry NSW 2541
or email:  
***** + click to reveal
Please note that only short-listed candidates will be contacted.
MacKillop Family Services, a Catholic community agency, exists to support, foster hope and promote justice for children, young people and families, particularly those who have experienced distress, disadvantage and abuse.
MacKillop works across New South Wales, Victoria and Western Australia. Each young person and family we work with is protected, nurtured and given the chance to build a brighter future.
About the Program
Illawarra Shoalhaven provides foster care, residential care and case management services.  The program is based in Wollongong and operates across the Department of Family and Community Services (FACS) Illawarra Shoalhaven District.  Services are funded through the FACS out of home care program.
About the role
Supervised contact provides children and young people in out of home care with the opportunity to maintain and develop relationships with their family in a safe and supportive environment under the observation of trained staff.
As the Contact Worker, you will be responsible in the planning, supervising and reporting on contact visits.  You will be a part of the Metro Sydney foster and kinship care team.
To be successful in the role you will have:
Demonstrated experience in supervised contact, out of home care, children's services, youth work or a related field; Demonstrated understanding of child and adolescent development, the impact of trauma, and the indicators of child abuse; Ability to manage challenging behaviour; and prevent and/or de-escalate crises; Demonstrated ability to build relationships with and engage vulnerable children, young people and their families, and carers; High level of initiative, and ability to plan, organise and prioritise work; Strong interpersonal skills, written and verbal communication skills; Ability to interpret and implement organisational policy; A strong commitment to the purpose and values of MacKillop Family Services, the Sanctuary model and the Sanctuary Commitments; Competence in Microsoft Office including Outlook, Word, Excel, PowerPoint.
If you want to be part of an exciting challenge, this could be a rewarding opportunity for you. 
The position is based in Wollongong and may require travel to other MacKillop sites. It offers a great team environment as part of an evolving values-driven organisation.
Please visit the Careers section of our - for a copy of the position description and MacKillop employment application form.
To apply email your resume, cover letter, employment application form and a document addressing the key selection criteria to ***** + click to reveal
If you have any questions please contact Julie Hogan on *****35 + click to reveal
Applications close: COB Friday 2 March 2018
Registered Nurse
Classification: Casual
Location: IRT Greenwell Gardens, Nowra
Applications close: Sunday, 4th March 2018
Your Role: IRT Greenwell Gardens is now seeking to appoint an enthusiastic and passionate Registered Nurse to join its dynamic Care Team. If you are a Registered Nurse with supervisory experience, that is eager to make a positive impact in the constantly growing Aged Care Industry, then this role is for you. Working on a casual basis, you will maintain professional relationships with residents whilst delivering a high standard of service.
Your Responsibilities: You will provide clinical and palliative care and coordinate the care of residents with varying care needs. You will monitor deteriorating residents and provide support for their families. As the successful candidate, you will mentor and support Aged Care Employees to provide quality care. Administering medications and providing treatment in complex situations may also be required.
To be successful: You will be a current Registered Nurse, hold a current AHPRA registration and have previous experience in Aged Care. As a Registered Nurse with a caring attitude and genuine interest in Aged Care, you will prioritize work and have effective time management skills. You will use excellent written and verbal communication skills to guide other staff to develop these skills and provide quality care.
Flexibility to work a variety of shifts, including weekends, nights and afternoons is highly desirable.
Your Benefits: You will be provided with a competitive salary, professional development and the opportunity to be a part of a progressive organisation that is committed to making a difference to the lives of older Australians.
How to Apply: To view a position description and to apply please visit the Positions Vacant page on the IRT Group website
Applications must be submitted online via our website.
Contact: Liz Lowey
Phone: *****11 + click to reveal
Head Teacher Band 1/2 – Health (Allied, Massage, Dental & Aboriginal Health)
Regional Business Group
Location: Shellharbour / Wagga Wagga / Young / Cootamundra
Position: Permanent full time
Head Teacher Band 1 / Head Teacher Band 2
Shape tomorrow leaders and innovators as a TAFE NSW Head Teacher
TAFE NSW head teachers foster high standards in teaching and learning practices, while managing staff, staying relevant with industry and nurturing student careers.
We are seeking experienced and qualified candidates who share the TAFE NSW Integrity, Collaboration, Excellence and Customer First values, and are willing to help further our ongoing commitment to building an innovative culture. 
The Role
The key focus of this role is to coordinate the delivery of the training plan and to provide leadership and support to a team of teachers in accordance with internal TAFE policy and external regulatory requirements.
This will require you to work as part of a team providing a professional and effective teaching service and to communicate effectively with the administration and other sections of TAFE.
In addition to teaching responsibilities, this role will have specific responsibilities for monitoring program delivery, guiding and coordinating the development of curriculum and resources, and the mentoring and guidance of teaching staff.
To be successful in this role you must have:
Appropriate technical or professional qualifications (this includes Current (AQF) Level 5 or higher qualification in Vocational Education and Training (VET) and Certificate IV in Training and Assessment), and vocational and or industrial experience, to be able to teach in one of the principal areas supervised by the head teacher position. Knowledge and experience in the VET environment. Well-developed communication and negotiation skills across a range of customer groups with diverse specialties. The ability to address and meet the key roles and responsibilities as stated in the Position Description.  
 Your application for this role must include: 
A resume, including evidence that you meet the specific requirements of the position. A written response that clearly addresses the two targeted questions below (max. 2 x A4 pages), as this forms an essential component of your overall application. Contact details of 2 referees.
Targeted Questions
Describe a time when you were called upon to deliver and report against a key deliverable which was extremely difficult to achieve. What was the issue? How did you approach the challenge? What actions did you take and what were the outcomes?
  This role will be responsible for the development of a safe, healthy and inclusive work environment within the teaching section. Describe a time when an unsafe element of the workplace which you were responsible for was identified. What was the issue? How did you approach the challenge? What actions did you take and what were the outcomes?  
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Closing Date: 2 March 2018 at 11:59 pm
If you require assistance with the application process, or have any enquiries about the position, please contact Jessica Jones at ***** + click to reveal or at *****07. + click to reveal
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