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Corryong Health provides a range of acute, residential aged care and community based services, situated in the foothills of the Snowy Mountains and at the birth place of the mighty Murray River.  Just 120km east of Albury-Wodonga and 100km from Thredbo it truly offers an enviable rural lifestyle in a beautiful natural environment.
 
Reporting directly to the CEO, the Director of Clinical Services is responsible for providing strong clinical leadership, operational management and strategic direction for the organisation within a broad based integrated health service model.
 
To meet the requirements for the role you will hold current APHRA nursing registration and relevant tertiary level and qualifications and:
 
Have contemporary knowledge and experience as a senior manager in an integrated rural health setting Well-developed communication and interpersonal skills Have proven experience in quality, safety and risk management systems and processes Demonstrated ability to lead and implement change successfully
 
Full position details can be obtained from our website at:
 
www.hrsa.com.au
 
or contact Jo Lowday on: *****55 + click to reveal.  To make an application you will be required to submit: A Cover Letter, a response to the Key Selection Criteria, your full CV and a completed HRS Application Form available on the HRS web site. Applications can be made online or sent by email to: *****@hrsa.com.au + click to reveal
 
Applications close: June 15, 2018
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Small business in Coldstream seeking 1st Year Apprentice in Heating & Air-conditioning to join our team.
An ability to work at heights and undertake manual & physical work.
Pre-apprenticeship & licence/learners preferable but not necessary.
Would suit someone just out of school & from the local Lilydale area.
Duties include:
Installation of ducted heating, evaporative cooling & air conditioning.
 
Email:
*****@bigpond.com + click to reveal
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Overview
Employment status: Full-time, Fixed-Term Position until 30 June 2019  Closing date: Sunday 3 June 2018 Department: Family and Community Support Services Location: Wangaratta (or as otherwise directed) Contact: Jane O'Neill Title: Team Leader, Victims Assistance Program Contact phone: *****01 + click to reveal / Mobile: *****22 + click to reveal Contact email: *****@merrihealth.org.au + click to reveal Position Description: Victim Support Worker, Victims Assistance Program (VAP) Scope of Practice: Victim Support Worker, Victims Assistance Program (VAP) Scope of Practice 
About the role
An exciting opportunity exists for a full time Victim Support Worker position in a dynamic organisation that provides a range of services to client. Merri Health is a provider of the Victims Assistance Program , providing services for clients who have been affected by violent crime in the Hume Region.  The Victims Assistance Program support includes: Intake, support work and counselling. 
Merri Health is seeking a suitably qualified and experienced Victim Support Worker to join our growing Victims Assistance Program (VAP), funded by the Department of Justice and Regulation.
The VAP office is based in Wangaratta with direct service provided to clients and organisations at other locations across the Hume region.
Working as part of a dynamic, growing team, you will enjoy excellent benefits including attractive remuneration, salary packaging and opportunities for training and professional development.
You will be responsible for:
Provision of intake, information and referral service for the Hume Region VAP. Carry a case load as directed. Provision of some practical support and casework including: support assessment, case plan development, advocacy, education, referral and allocation of brokerage funds. Establishing and maintaining strong working relationships with key stakeholders. Developing strong relationships with Victoria Police via co-location.
To succeed in this role you will have:
Relevant graduate qualifications. Demonstrated experience and skills in information provision, intake, risk assessment and referral. Demonstrated Casework and/or Case Management experience. Experience/knowledge of basic counselling, utilising a variety of intervention methods and the development of ongoing support structures. Highly developed interpersonal, oral and written skills.
 
More information
Successful applicants will be required to have a current National Police Check and, if relevant to the position, a Working With Children Check and full Drivers Licence. All candidates must have the right to work in Australia.
Please note that due to the volume of applications received, only shortlisted candidates may be contacted.
Merri Health is an equal opportunity employer and is committed to ensuring a safe environment for children and young people. We encourage individuals of diverse backgrounds including but not limited to those from the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander, Culturally and Linguistically Diverse, the GLBTIQ community and those living with a disability to apply.
How to Apply
Please send your application addressing the key selection criteria to: *****@merrihealth.org.au + click to reveal.
If you are looking for a career-enhancing role with a friendly and professional work environment where your contribution is valued then this is the role for you. We would love to hear from you!
Submit your CV now for further consideration.
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Overview
Employment status: Full-time, Fixed-Term Position until 30 June 2019  Closing date: Sunday 3 June 2018 Department: Family and Community Location: Wangaratta (or as otherwise directed) Contact: Jane O'Neill Title: Team Leader, Victims Assistance Program Contact phone: *****01 + click to reveal / Mobile: *****22 + click to reveal Contact email: *****@merrihealth.org.au + click to reveal Position Description: Koorie Engagement Worker Scope of Practice: VAP Koorie Engagament Worker Scope of Practice 
About the role
An exciting opportunity exists for a FULL TIME Koorie Engagement Worker in a dynamic and supportive team that provides a range of services to clients in the Hume region who have been affected by violent crime.  The VAP office is based in Wangaratta and this role requires outreach across the Hume region and possible co-location with other agencies/organisations as directed.
You will work closely with local Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander organisations, undertake Community Engagement activities and provide support to clients including intake, supportive counselling, case management and case work.
Working as part of a dynamic and highly skilled team, you will enjoy excellent benefits including attractive remuneration, salary packaging and opportunities for training and professional development.
This FULL TIME position is contracted until June 2019.  Dependent on funding, this position may be extended.
You will be responsible for:
Provide intake, supportive counselling, case management and case work to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander clients who have been the victim of violent crime in the Hume region. Represent the Victims Assistance Program to increase, build and support strong working relationships with key Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities and organsiations.
To succeed in this role you will have:
Relevant graduate qualifications Demonstrated experience and skills in information provision, intake, risk assessment and referral Demonstrated case management and casework experience with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander clients An understanding of issues for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people affected by violent crime Effective interpersonal communication skills (verbal and written) Time and stress management skills The successful candidate will also have the capacity to work creatively, demonstrate initiative, contribute ideas and be active in a supportive team environment This is a designated Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander position.
 
More information
Successful applicants will be required to have a current National Police Check and, if relevant to the position, a Working With Children Check and full Drivers Licence. All candidates must have the right to work in Australia.
Please note that due to the volume of applications received, only shortlisted candidates may be contacted.
Merri Health is an equal opportunity employer and is committed to ensuring a safe environment for children and young people. We encourage individuals of diverse backgrounds including but not limited to those from the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander, Culturally and Linguistically Diverse, the GLBTIQ community and those living with a disability to apply.
How to Apply
Please send your application addressing the key selection criteria to: *****@merrihealth.org.au + click to reveal.
If you are looking for a career-enhancing role with a friendly and professional work environment where your contribution is valued then this is the role for you. We would love to hear from you!
Submit your CV now for further consideration.
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Sous Chef
Qualified Chef to join our successful café team Breakfast and lunch trade, no evening work Create daily specials and seasonal menus
We are looking for a great Sous Chef to join our café to support our inspiring Head Chef.
The kitchen has been recently renovated and we will soon begin renovations to our popular café to fully enclose the dining area and provide some exciting tasting bars.
We have our own orchard and kitchen garden as well as a wide variety of European ingredients from our production kitchen.
The café is open from 9am to 5pm serving breakfast and lunch every day of the year except Christmas Day.
The successful applicant will be able to demonstrate:
Experience at working under pressure in a fast-paced kitchen and being responsible for day to day operations in the absence of the Head Chef Strong team work and organisational skills Be available to work day shifts that will include most Saturdays and Sundays Have a strong work ethic, positive attitude and enjoy your job!
This is a permanent full-time position. All applicants must have resident status in Australia. Please send your resume to *****@yvci.com.au + click to reveal
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About Boorndawan Willam Aboriginal Healing Service:
Boorndawan Willam Aboriginal Healing Service provides culturally safe services that assist Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children, women, men and families in their healing journey to address the impacts of family violence. BWAHS is currently in the process of transiting to an independent organisation from EACH which has held oversight responsibility for the service since 2006.
Full Time Position Fixed Term position until 30th June 2019 Eastern Suburbs Location Salary range from $73,000 to $79,000 Salary packaging available
About The Role
The Boorndawan Willam Aboriginal Healing Service (BWAHS) is seeking a person who has a good understanding of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander cultures and society, who is qualified and/or has experience working in the family violence field, to work as part of a diverse team of professionals to deliver quality care to the community in the Eastern Metropolitan Region. The Intensive Case Manager provides early intervention case management support to vulnerable Aboriginal children, young people and their families.
About the Position
 Using a strengths-based approach, the Intensive Case Manager will undertake comprehensive needs and risk assessments of children, young people and their families, develop child and family action plans that promote Aboriginal children’s safety, stability and healthy development. A key focus of the role is to work in collaboration with other BWAHS programs and in partnership the Australian Childhood Foundation and with other family services to ensure a comprehensive integrated service delivery.
To be considered for this role you must:
Excellent family and child assessment skills including assessment of risk. Demonstrated case management skills with complex families and at risk Aboriginal children and young people Understanding of therapeutic models and theories that enable positive change and demonstrated ability to apply these in practice Demonstrated knowledge of child development and trauma An understanding of contemporary Aboriginal culture and the history of intergenerational trauma Ability to set priorities and meet tight timelines. High level of written and verbal communication skills
This position is part of a joint initiative between Boorndawan Willam Aboriginal Healing Service and the Australian Childhood Foundation which are piloting a Demonstration Project: Therapeutic Interventions for Aboriginal families impacted by Family Violence.
The pilot is funded until 30th June 2019 and this position is available until then.  If funding is extended beyond this period the position may be extended.
To review and address the Key Selection Criteria of this position, please click on the apply button.
For specific information about the role, please contact: Caroline MacDonald, Acting Manager BWAHS, *****@EACH.com.au + click to reveal or on *****00 + click to reveal
Vacancy closes 5pm, Thursday, 31 May 2018
For a full position description and/or to apply on line please visit our Careers Centre at http://each.recruitmenthub.com.au/Vacancies
Aboriginal and Torres Strait People are encouraged to apply.
Please note that all appointments are subject to one or more of the following forms of pre-employment safety screening checks including; Police Record Check, Working with Children Check, Disability Work Exclusion Scheme Check, Reference Checks and APHRA Registration Check.
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About Boorndawan Willam Aboriginal Healing Service:
Boorndawan Willam Aboriginal Healing Service provides culturally safe services that assist Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children, women, men and families in their healing journey to address the impacts of family violence. BWAHS is currently in the process of transitioning to an independent organisation from EACH which has held oversight responsibility for the service since 2006.
Eastern Suburbs Location Full Time Position Fixed Term position until 30th June 2020 Salary range from $79,000 to $89,000 Salary packaging available
About The Role
The Boorndawan Willam Aboriginal Healing Service (BWAHS) is seeking a person who has a good understanding of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander cultures and society, who is qualified and/or has experience working in the family violence field, to lead a diverse team of professionals to deliver quality care to the community in the Eastern Metropolitan Region. The Client Services Manager is responsible for overseeing the quality of practice, supporting and developing all clinical staff in the integration of theory and practice whilst demonstrating their expertise through case practice and the supervision of practitioners.
About the Position
The Client Services Manager will work collaboratively with the Operations Manager to build and develop a skilled workforce, strengthen case practice, provide high quality effective service delivery and support other practitioners in the development of plans to bring about the changes necessary to ensure the safety, stability and development of Aboriginal children, young people and their families and to achieve case plan objectives.
The position will have supervisory responsibility, commensurate with their other duties and will drive practice excellence throughout the organisation, offering guidance on these matters to the Board.
To be considered for this role you must:
Excellent family and child assessment skills including assessment of risk. Demonstrated case management skills with complex families and at risk Aboriginal children and young people Understanding of therapeutic models and theories that enable positive change and demonstrated ability to apply these in practice Demonstrated knowledge of child development and trauma An understanding of contemporary Aboriginal culture and the history of intergenerational trauma Ability to set priorities and meet tight timelines. High level of written and verbal communication skills
To review and address the Key Selection Criteria of this position, please click on the apply button.
For specific information about the role, please contact: Caroline MacDonald, Acting Manager BWAHS, *****@EACH.com.au + click to reveal, on *****00 + click to reveal                         
Vacancy closes 5pm, Thursday, 31 May 2018
For a full position description and/or to apply on line please visit our Careers Centre at http://each.recruitmenthub.com.au/Vacancies
Aboriginal and Torres Strait People are encouraged to apply.
Please note that all appointments are subject to one or more of the following forms of pre-employment safety screening checks including; Police Record Check, Working with Children Check, Disability Work Exclusion Scheme Check, Reference Checks and APHRA Registration Check.
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Part time – 30 hours per week $38.10 to $41.34 per hour
An exciting opportunity currently exists to join Wodonga Council’s Arts Space team in the part time role of Curator.
As the Curator at Arts Space Wodonga, you will be responsible for the procurement, design, management and installation of various exhibition programs in Arts Space Wodonga, including travelling, solo, group and original curated shows.
The Curator will liaise with artists, arts organisations and the wider community and be responsible for curatorial content (conceptual and aesthetic), condition reporting and installation of artworks.
This position is also responsible for the design, development and execution of accompanying public programs with a focus on young families, and also the promotion and administration of venue hire and working with hirers in the development and delivery of their events.
To be successful in this role, you will have experience in designing, procuring and managing exhibition programs, the ability to liaise with artists, art organisations and the community and the ability to educate artists in the creation and development of exhibition artworks. Your experience in designing and delivering public programs, events and workshops and your capacity the make curatorial content accessible to children and families, will see you succeed in this role.
Working for Wodonga Council has many benefits, including a supportive culture, flexible working arrangements, generous leave entitlements and a commitment to the council’s corporate values of trust, integrity, learning and respect.
Any enquiries regarding this position may be directed to Simone Hogg, Manager Cultural Services on *****50 + click to reveal.
Applications must include a statement addressing the key selection criteria and can be submitted via our website by 5pm on Friday, June 1, 2018.
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Emergency Department
Part Time / Full Time Positions Available
Up To 80 Hours Per Fortnight
Reference # 1888
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 currently seeking motivated Registered Nurses to join our busy Emergency Department in part time or full time positions. If you pride yourself on providing excellent standards of care with highly developed interpersonal skills and an emphasis on teamwork and professional development this may be the position for you. Nurses with previous experience working in emergency triage, resus and advanced life support as well as a Post Graduate in Critical Care, will be highly regarded.
Successful applicants will enjoy the benefits of competitive remuneration and full salary packaging benefits that are available to Victorian Public Health Sector employees.
Applying for the role:
Enquiries can be made with Chris Gartside on *****50 + click to reveal A PD for this role can be downloaded from the NHW website careers page Completed applications, addressing the selection criteria from the PD, should be emailed to *****@nhw.org.au + click to reveal Applications close 29 May 2018
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About the business
Manchester Preschool Inc. is situated in a small community within the outer eastern suburbs. They have a strong belief in the emergent curriculum and that all children are unique. They strive to teach the whole child with interest based experiences.
About the role
Develop and provide a high quality developmentally appropriate educational program for the children in consultation with the committee and the parents of children attending. Provide educational leadership while working as a member of a collaborative service team, to provide a developmentally appropriate educational program. Operate in a professional manner at all times and ensure that the service meets the requirements of  the Department of Education and Early Childhood Development (DEECD) Victorian Kindergarten, Policy, Procedures and Funding Criteria, Education and Care Services National Law Act 2010, Education and Care Services National Regulations and functions in line with approved policies and procedures. If a rotational program is to run in future years, contact and non contact hours will increase. Please contact Kate Scott (*****@gmail.com + click to reveal) for a detailed position discription.
Benefits and perks
Surrounded by supportive and experienced team. Backed and encouraged by caring and productive committee. Well resourced with large areas allowing for indoor/outdoor interesting programs Fun, loving and friendly children and families Indorsed developmentally appropriate and supervised risky play
Skills and experience
Manchester Preschool in Mooroolbark invite written applications for the director/teaching position under the VECTEA award within our four year old program.
We are seeking a qualified early childhood teacher to commence employment with a group of dedicated and experienced staff.
Applicants must have appropriate experience in early childhood teaching and proven ability to lead and supervise a team as our centre director and nominated supervisor.
Teaching hours consist of 15 contact hours and 7.5 non-contact hours, 2.25 hours paid breaks and 4 hours of management support. Totalling: 28.75 hours
ESSENTIAL
Bachelor of Early Childhood Education VIT registration Educational leadership skills Exceptional communication skills both written and oral Able to work in a team effectively Excellent planning, organizational and time management skills A passion to continue the philosophy of Manchester Preschool, which adopts an emergent curriculum approach to program planning https://www.manchesterpreschool.kindergarten.vic.gov.au/
Suitable administrative experience with a knowledge of KIM data portal, updating and assessing policies and procedures with the additional sound knowledge of the VEYLDF/EYLF and the NQS Current First Aid Certificate
 
Please send your applications addressing the above essential elements to;
*****@gmail.com + click to reveal
Manchester Preschool Inc
132 Manchester road, Mooroolbark 3138
by 31st May 2018
For further information and a copy of the position description please contact Kate Scott, Vice President of Manchester Preschool, on *****17 + click to reveal or *****@gmail.com + click to reveal
 
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LA Smith Kitchens and Furniture Pty Ltd is a leading cabinet maker joiner with an established reputation for craftsmanship, delivering high quality custom made kitchens and furniture.
We predominantly service the Albury Wodonga region and surrounding areas for private customers and builders.
We currently have an exciting opportunity for a qualified Cabinet Maker who shares our values on quality, growth and integrity.
In return we offer an above award wage and the opportunity to work on exciting one-off projects!
 
About the Role:
To be considered you will have a good level of knowledge and experience in Cabinet Making, Joinery and Construction.
To be considered for the position you will have:
A desire to excel in the trade; A can do attitude; and Show commitment and honesty.
 
What we offer:
Join a team that values your contribution and treats each other as family;
Work close to home in Wodonga area; Full Time hours; and Clean and modern workshop with state of the art technology.
An immediate start is available.
Please contact us for a confidential discussion on *****90 + click to reveal or email your resume to *****@lasmithkitchens.com.au + click to reveal
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Duty Manager 
St.Ives Hotel Albury - Wodonga seeks a duty manager for an immediate start.
We are looking for a hands on hospitality professional who is passionate and eager to contribute to this premium, food, bar and functions venue.
Someone with a passion for product : food - beer - wine - bar service 
 
We are looking for someone with industry experience and common sense.
Someone who instinctively knows when to turn the lights down and the music up throughout and evenings service and has a great eye for creating space and atmosphere.
We need someone who knows if all the beers and soft drinks are pouring well and if all the small details that make a night successful are in place.
 
The successful applicant will need to be experienced in cash handling procedures and ensure that cash control systems are strictly maintained.
This is a 5 day week position with a regular 2 days off.
We offer a competitive remuneration and the opportunity to move into an assistant manager roll in the future.
The Successful candidate will have.
- Hands on approach 
- Excellent personal presentation and grooming standards
- Excellent customer skills
-Experience in bar management, food and functions operations
- A valid Victorian R.S.A certificate
- Trouble shooting skills, show capacity to understand and learn beer and postmix systems
- A knowledge of product and an urge to pass that knowledge on to those around you
- Have the ability to lead and train staff
- Ability to maintain and improve high standards of service and customer satisfaction
- Experience in closing procedures 
- Proper cash handling procedures and cash control
 
Please no calls, 
Email your CV to *****@rayseit.com.au + click to reveal
 
 
 
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Part time – 30 hours per week $38.10 to $41.34 per hour
An exciting opportunity currently exists to join Wodonga Council’s Arts Space team in the part time role of Curator.
As the Curator at Arts Space Wodonga, you will be responsible for the procurement, design, management and installation of various exhibition programs in Arts Space Wodonga, including travelling, solo, group and original curated shows.
The Curator will liaise with artists, arts organisations and the wider community and be responsible for curatorial content (conceptual and aesthetic), condition reporting and installation of artworks.
This position is also responsible for the design, development and execution of accompanying public programs with a focus on young families, and also the promotion and administration of venue hire and working with hirers in the development and delivery of their events.
To be successful in this role, you will have experience in designing, procuring and managing exhibition programs, the ability to liaise with artists, art organisations and the community and the ability to educate artists in the creation and development of exhibition artworks. Your experience in designing and delivering public programs, events and workshops and your capacity the make curatorial content accessible to children and families, will see you succeed in this role.
Working for Wodonga Council has many benefits, including a supportive culture, flexible working arrangements, generous leave entitlements and a commitment to the council’s corporate values of trust, integrity, learning and respect.
Any enquiries regarding this position may be directed to Simone Hogg, Manager Cultural Services on *****50 + click to reveal.
Applications must include a statement addressing the key selection criteria and can be submitted via our website by 5pm on Friday, June 1, 2018.