Physiotherapist | Allied Health

The Role:
With opportunities that are unlimited you'll be join an organisation that is exceptionally supportive, friendly and put time into you! This leading National Allied Health provider with a focus on Aged Care and Community that is growing and offers genuine opportunities for your professional development. With their exceptional reputation the business is growing signing on new providers weekly.
They seek Physiotherapist to deliver clinical services to patients including comprehensive assessments, hands-on pain management, reconditioning and delivering falls prevention programs
What's You'll Receive:
Endless professional development opportunities Very attractive salary Relocation / Rent Assistance considered Flexibility with hours and offering FT/PT Attractive Bonuses!! Ongoing professional development with supportive team leaders to assist you along the way Excellent staff rewards system
About You
Bachelor Degree in Physiotherapy Current AHPRA registration A passion for what you do! Demonstrated ability to communicate effectively
Take the position without having to relocate with Key Locations that include North, South or Central Adelaide and Coastal South Australia - Christies Beach, Encounter Bay and Perth
Make People Feel Great with an Organisation that Supports You! Define Your Career Now!
For this genuine new opportunity apply online, by clicking on the apply button.
Alternatively, for a confidential discussion, please contact Renee Lee on *****13 + click to reveal or ***** + click to reveal quoting Ref No. 141264 or otherwise please check out our website for other available positions.
The Henry Schein Group is the largest provider of health care products and services to dental, animal health and medical practitioners. Henry Schein is a Fortune 500 company, it has been ranked #1 on the Fortune ® "World's Most Admired Companies" and listed on the Forbes America Best Employers list in 2015. In Australia, Henry Schein Halas is the leading supplier of dental consumable products and the latest dental equipment and technologies.
An exciting opportunity has arisen for a Sales Support Officer to join our successful Sales team. This role is part-time working 4 days a week and the successful incumbent will be based in our new Belmont office delivering support to the State Territory Managers. 
Individuals with a dental background and who are proficient with Microsoft Office are encouraged to apply for this position.
Key Responsibilities of the role include:
Maintaining an accurate record keeping system, preparing data, creating reports and analysing information as required Assisting customers by entering orders, forwarding orders and processing customer requests as directed by the Sales Team Receiving and handling inbound telephone calls from the Sales Team regarding products, returned merchandise and quotes When required, supporting the Sales Team (outbound calls) with relation to specific customer satisfaction issues and/or sales/marketing promotional follow-up calls Maintaining special pricing as requested by Territory Managers Interacting with Distribution Centres regarding post-order inquiries Maintaining accurate manual and electronic record keeping systems Maintaining effective and efficient work processes and procedures in order to comply with SOX and ISO requirements Keeping up to date with promotional programs and merchandising-marketing practices Attending product training sessions, learning about product details and the key selling points of our products and technologies Any other duties and special projects as directed by management 
The successful candidate will have:
Administrative experience Medical or Dental experience is highly desirable but not essential Strong customer service skills Excellent communication skills with clear diction  High level of interpersonal skills Strong computer literacy - MS Office - Word, Excel, email (essential) and Pronto (highly desirable) Highly motivated with the ability to work without direct supervision A high attention to detail and accuracy
This position offers a competitive salary package. If this role sounds like you, please send an up to date resume to ***** or + click to reveal click the 'Apply' button below.
Be part of something special, Henry Schein is ranked number one in its industry for social responsibility. Apply now and be part of a company that is truly making a difference!
About us
Ruah Community Services is reputable grassroots not for profit organisation with 50 years experience of empowering vulnerable and disadvantaged people to create meaningful change in their lives and enabling them maximise their individual potential. Ruah has a rich history of providing services in Housing and Homelessness, Mental Health, Family Domestic Violence and transitional support for women leaving the correction system. Our team of 200 staff have a vision to see communities flourish through active participation in the services we deliver. 
About the job
As a member of a service team the Community Worker Tenancy Support will deliver a quality service to individuals and families who have experienced homelessness or are at risk of homelessness to manage and/or stabilise their public tenancies.
The Case Worker will engage with the individual/family to stabilise their current tenancy while assessing the individuals/family's needs and linking to appropriate services in the community for support.
Support will be provided on an outreach case management basis and includes, but not limited to
Tenancy Support  Assisting individuals/families to develop skills and strategies to manage their tenancy and; Providing support to develop linkages in the individuals/families' community.
Who are we looking for?
Relevant Tertiary Degree in a related discipline and/or relevant work experience (0-3 years) (Psychology, Social Work or Community Services will be highly regarded). Demonstrated understanding of complex issues facing people who experience chaotic life circumstances such as homelessness, AOD use, family/domestic violence and mental health issues. Ability to engage and maintain professional relationships with clients with multiple needs and issues. Demonstrated ability to build relationships, liaise and advocate effectively with a range of community stakeholders in the delivery of a service.
Knowledge and understanding of diversity, gender and social inclusion, particularly Aboriginal culture. Well developed organisational skills including time management and setting priorities Excellent administration and case note skills . An understanding of the Residential Tenancies Act 1987. Prior experience working within the public housing sector will be highly regarded.
What you need to know
The closing date for applications is 5pm Wednesday 29 November 2017.
This role is a full-time, permanent role.  There are two STEP teams who are based in our offices in Maddington and Stirling.  The successful candidate may be required to work from one or both offices.
For further information about the position please contact:
Matt Nichols
Manager, Housing and Homeless Services
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How to apply
Please address the Selection Criteria in your cover letter and attach it with a current CV when you apply through Seek. For more information and a copy of the position description please visit our website, click on the 'about us' section and then 'Jobs at Ruah'.
Ruah has a passion for welcoming diversity and is an equal opportunities employer.
Take charge of developing relationships with Traditional Owners to deliver heritage approval projects
Your new company
Perth Airport plays a vital role in WA, connecting the city of Perth and its surrounding regions with the rest of the world. At the forefront of cutting edge technology, state of the art engineering and design, plans are in place to make Perth Airport the new gateway to Australia. This sprawling estate, welcomes over 14 million visitors a year and employees more than 17,000 workers. With expansions underway for a new international terminal, runway and major commercial ventures, Perth Airport is growing their team to make 2018 it’s most profitable year to date.
Your new role
Sitting within the Strategy and Development branch, an opportunity has become available for a Heritage Coordinator to join their team on a full time permanent basis. Reporting to the Approvals Manager, you will be responsible for leading the engagement of communities and Aboriginal stakeholders and developing productive relationships with a view to gaining key heritage project approvals. Key responsibilities will include:

Liaise with communities and Aboriginal stakeholders to undertake and manage engagement and consultative activities to ensure efficient heritage approvals delivery. Lead heritage inputs to fulfill the obligations and strategic development goals of the Perth Airport Master Plan. Develop and implement of a whole of business Heritage Management Framework associated documentation and related processes, including development of Perth Airports cultural narrative and project delivery integration. Scope, coordinate and manage the procurement of specialist heritage studies required to support the development of approvals documentation. Support and advise Perth Airport staff and contractors with cultural heritage training needs to ensure compliance with legislative requirements.

What you'll need to succeed
You will possess:

A strong heritage background and a proven track record in a similar role developing productive community relationships that lead to timely Aboriginal heritage approvals. A collaborative attitude along with being goal orientated and having the ability to develop trust with internal and external stakeholders. Relevant tertiary qualifications with a major in subjects such as Cultural Heritage, Indigenous studies, Australian studies or Anthropology may be considered advantageous A strong understanding of the Aboriginal Engagement Act will be essential to be considered.

What you'll get in return
You will be joining a growing organisation at an exciting time in its development. Perth Airport currently has 7 approvals projects moving towards secondary stages and you will play a major part in their delivery. You will be rewarded with a strong base salary of $97,000 - $101,000 plus superannuation and further 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 us now on *****34 + click to reveal and ask to speak with Gary Jackson.
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.
Perth After Hours Medical Service is a home visiting Doctor service serving Perth Metropolitan suburbs both North & South of the Swan River. We have grown to be service of choice for our patients, and pride ourselves in providing best possible after hours care to our patients in the comfort of their homes.
Due to rapid growth, we are seeking additional Call Centre Staff
Multiple full time & part time positions available for Call Centre operators. Full time candidates will be given preference.
The applicant should have good communication skills, should have pleasant phone manners and should have good computer & MS office skills. Preference will be given to candidates with medical receptionist or nursing background. 
Working in the Call Centre, a normal shift will be from 4 hours to 9 hours depending on the revolving roster. Shift timings will be as follows: 
Monday – Friday : Various afternoon & night shifts 
Saturdays, Sunday & Public Holidays : Various day & night Shifts.
Selected candidates will be provided in-house & on the job training.
We are seeking candidates who are are responsible, flexible and will be able to take ownership of the position. 
Please email your CV with a cover letter to ***** Cover + click to reveal letter should detail your availability, preference of part time or full time, and suitability for the job. 
Please DO NOT apply if you are looking for a casual job.
Please do not re-apply if you have applied for this position previously as your application will automatically be reconsidered.
Any queries can be forwarded to ***** + click to reveal
Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted for an interview.
Competitive Remuneration Packages on Offer (Above Award Wages) Friendly and Supportive Team– On the Job Training
DB Dental has 18 practices in the Perth metropolitan area so we are sure to have a perfect location near you!
We are currently seeking an experienced Dental Assistant on a Full Time basis to work at our well-established Rockingham practice.
About Us:
DB Dental is a well-established dental group with 18 practices across the Perth Metropolitan area. Since we started with one dental practice in 1987, DB Dental has continued growing because our patients love the way we look after them. We continue to ensure that our very high standards of professionalism and service excellence are delivered consistently to our patients in every practice.
About the Roles:
Full Time roster of 4 days a week and Alternate Saturdays. Chair-side assisting by preparing patients for dental procedures, preparing surgery with correct instruments/materials for dental treatment Recording findings from oral examinations. Sterilising instruments by following internal infection control procedures Maintaining dental supplies within the surgery. Monitoring the movement and delivery of lab work. Performing routine care and maintenance of dental equipment and instruments Ensuring all daily, weekly, fortnightly and monthly tasks are completed. Adhering to Occupational Health and Safety practices.
About You:
Be warm, caring, reliable, organised, able to work in a fast paced environment and take initiative within your role Committed to providing excellent patient care Certificate III or IV qualified in Dental Assisting Have at least 1 year experience chair side. Highly passionate about the dental industry with a thirst for learning and excelling Able to grasp and apply our current practice approaches and protocols Exceptional communication skills D4W knowledge is preferred however, training will be provided to the right candidates
If working for a modern, professional and reputable national group with a great support system and a friendly environment appeals to you, then please email your CV and Cover Letter to: ***** + click to reveal
My Place enables people with disabilities and their families to choose and enjoy a lifestyle that reflects their individual preferences and needs.
We are currently seeking individuals to join a small team of Personal Assistants for a young man with Autism. Personal Assistants help this young man to build his skills in independence, prompting and supporting him with personal care while also supporting him to participate in and build connection with the local community. Support is needed before and after school and during school holidays to assist in connecting to afterschool activities and participating with his peers.
He lives at home with his family in Singleton and preference is for someone young, dynamic and self- confident who lives locally.  This is an excellent opportunity for a suitably experienced person to assist this young man to develop skills and to support the family in their caring role.   
To apply for this role please forward your resume with a covering letter outlining your suitability and experience via email to  ***** + click to reveal .  For further information please contact Rebecca Gotti,  Coordinator,  *****23 + click to reveal during normal business hours
My Place enables people with disabilities and their families to choose and enjoy a lifestyle that reflects their individual preferences and needs.
We are currently seeking a vibrant and dedicated individual to join a team who provide support to a 43-year-old gentleman living in his own home in the Huntingdale area.  The successful applicant will provide full physical care and companionship to this gentleman overnight for two nights per week, assisting him with both his evening and morning personal care routine and all aspects of daily living.
A positive outlook, good physical health, a genuine caring nature, the ability to work as part of a team and excellent communication skills are essential. Previous experience in supporting people with disabilities is highly desirable.  A valid WA driver's licence is essential as well as a WA Police Clearance less than 12 month old.
The successful applicant will receive a remuneration package that includes superannuation, 5 weeks annual leave and the reward of making a positive contribution to this gentleman's life.
If you believe you are the right person for this role then please email your resume with a covering letter addressing the selection criteria to ***** + click to reveal.  For further information phone Rebecca during business hours on *****23.     + click to reveal
Only shortlisted applicants will be contacted. 
To find out more about My Place visit the website @
Mars Healthcare is currently in search for a passionate Nurse Unit Manager to work for a well-known hospital who is passionate about providing excellent patient care.
About you
You will be a Registered Nurse who is highly motivated, have a positive attitude to work and be responsible the leadership, direction and management of the department.
Duties include:
Work closely with the clinical team by actively participating in clinical coordinator and patient care Monitor standards of service and practice against benchmark targets Ongoing financial management and monitoring of the service cost centre Review payroll and personnel data Attend management meetings Provide clinical and administrative leadership through effective professional communication
Be a Registered Nurse with AHPRA registration Post grad in nursing management or other health related field (or working towards) In depth clinical knowledge within an Angiography environment A demonstrated experience in management and leading a team Be able to communicate with key stakeholders Excellent written and verbal communication skills Be able to work under pressure and meet deadlines National police check or willing to obtain
Not only will you receive a great salary + super, but you will also work within an organisation that prides themselves on continuous investment and development of their staff and extensive support from within. You will also be offered a permanent position with Monday-Friday hours.
How to apply
If you feel this position is for you, then please click the 'APPLY' now button today or contact Jenna Fennell on *****93 + click to reveal or email me for more details.
$150ph   Working hours Monday – Friday 
Are you are looking for a new challenge from your current role and considering a move to one of the most beautiful areas in the country?
Charterhouse Medical are working in conjunction with a Prison in Perth who are currently looking for a permanent GP to join their multidisciplinary team and really make a difference in the community whilst enjoying the high life in a spectacular location.
We have an opportunity for newly qualified and experienced GP with roles to commence immediately, so if you feel it's time for a change please don't hesitate to get in touch for a confidential chat.
Why Choose Charterhouse Medical?
A dedicated Consultant to cater to your specific needs The ONLY agency to offer Qantas Frequent Flyer Points for your first ever shift worked Utilise our exclusive on-hire labour agreements Total assistance with credentialing
Please apply for this locum by clicking the 'Apply' button. For further information about this position and other vacancies, please contact us now for a confidential discussion on *****03 + click to reveal or ***** + click to reveal
Dreaming of a life on the road?  We are looking for GPs to work alongside us on our mobile medical clinic, to deliver healthcare to those less fortunate in the Fremantle area.
The Freo Street Doctor service provides a free, visible, easily accessible, culturally appropriate and non-judgmental mobile medical service for members of the greater Fremantle community.
The service, run by Black Swan Health, currently operates 15 regular clinics each week across Fremantle and surrounding suburbs, including district of workforce shortage (DWS) areas. Each clinic is 3 hours in duration and has a GP, Nurse and an Outreach Worker to liaise with the clients. The primary target groups for the service are homeless and at-risk populations, including young people, Indigenous Australians, people with diagnosed and undiagnosed mental illness, and people with little or no income.
We currently have the below district of workforce shortage (DWS) clinics available until the end of the year, in the following areas:
Hamilton Hill
South Lake
We are accepting applications for one or more clinics per week.
You must be AHPRA registered to be eligible to apply.
Black Swan Health Limited is committed to embracing diversity and eliminating all forms of discrimination in the provision of health services. We welcome all people irrespective of ethnicity, lifestyle choice, faith, sexual orientation and gender identity. We strongly encourage applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, people from culturally diverse backgrounds and people with disabilities.
Press click Apply for this position and attach CV and Covering Letter quoting reference BSH00081. For any queries please contact Stacy Baptiste, HR Officer on *****63, + click to reveal or email ***** + click to reveal
Applications close 14th December 2017
About the Company
WA Blue Sky is a not-for-profit community service organisation providing support to adults with disabilities. Our services provide a variety of options to maintain and enhance quality of life in ways that are meaningful to each individual.  All our services are inclusive of people of all ages, with disabilities, and also from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds.
About the Role
A Team Leader plays a vital role in our organisation.  They provide quality service to supported individuals and they form an integral link between Support workers and the management team.  We are looking for an enthusiastic Team Leader with a passion for working with people and dedication to the needs and wishes of our service users
Some of the major responsibilities for this role include:
Providing direct hands on support Developing a good understanding of the individual and their support needs Developing positive relationships with individuals and their families Coaching, mentoring and supervising support workers Reviewing and assessing services users’ needs Organising staff rosters, schedules and providing back up support when required
What we look for in our Team Leaders
A demonstrated flexible people-centered approach to  problem solving and daily work A proven ability to work in, lead and motivate a team Demonstrated experience at a supervisory level To understand and work within WA Blue Sky values, vision and purpose A talent for advocating and empowering individuals with a disability
Required Skills and Experience
Commitment to the principles of person centered practices Ability to work with people in true partnership Demonstrated experience working with adults with disabilities Excellent comunication skills, both written and verbal Case management experience Creativity in bringing your own talents/interests into your supporting role. Tell us how you plan to do this! Ability to work with minimal supervision and as part of a team Highly developed time management skills Experience in the provision of in-home and community support services Demonstrated ability to plan, develop and implement programs and to use initiative and creativity in activities Knowledge and understanding of risk management and WH&S Competency in assisting individuals with health requirements, including mealtime management, medication assistance and bowel management Experience working with individuals with additional communication needs, including AAC devices Ability to assist individuals with mobility, home exercise programs Confidence in assisting individuals to access the community for social events, shopping needs and medical appointments – including the use of an accessible modified vehicle 
Australian Residency or, unrestricted working visa (if applicable) Valid National Police Clearance (not more than 3 months old) Basic First Aid Certificate ‘C’ Class Driver’s License
Benefits and Culture
Our dedicated team of staff, supported by volunteers are committed to delivering accredited high quality services to people with disabilities and their families.  As an organisation, we pride ourselves on our flexibility in working as a team to listen to and respond to people seeking support to achieve their personal goals and aspirations.
Benefits include: attractive remuneration, salary packaging, mobile phone, laptop and paid training.
How to Apply
To apply email your most up to date CV and cover letter to ***** + click to reveal
Please indicate the position you are applying for, when submitting your required information.
We Are Richmond Wellbeing & We Are Hiring!
Richmond Wellbeing is a leading mental health agency, working in partnership with individuals to share the NDIS journey.
We are currently seeking a qualified and experienced Recovery Support Worker to be working in the Bayswater/Bassendean/Midland areas to join us. The role is offered on a full time basis for 12 months.
You will ideally have experience in mental health work and an understanding of recovery within a human services context. A minimum qualification of Certificate IV in Mental Health or equivalent is essential.
You must have a current drivers licence, and a reliable and insured vehicle. You will be reimbursed for kilometres travelled for work purposes. 
Why Work for Richmond Wellbeing?
Besides providing high quality core training and salary packaging­ we also offer:
Additional leave for Christmas, birthday and wellbeing day Employee Assistance Program Flexible and friendly team environment
If you have a positive attitude, enthusiastic and passionate in providing excellent support to people with mental illness or disabilities, we would love to hear from you!
Applying is easy. Have your cover letter and resume ready, click the Apply for this job button, attach the documents and click submit!
Have questions?
Your queries can be forwarded to Human Resources at ***** + click to reveal
Applications close on 5pm Thursday 30 November 2017.
RW have the right to close this position before the specified closing date.
Richmond Wellbeing welcomes and celebrates individuals from all diverse groups and backgrounds.  Our workplace actively seeks to include, welcome and value unique contributions of all people.
Registered Nurse. Part-time, 12 months – Warwick  
About the Organisation
Life Without Barriers is a leading social purpose, not for profit organisation working in more than 300 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
We seek a Registered Nurse to be based in Warwick, working across all programs across Perth.  The successful candidate will provide high quality clinical services in Out of Home Care, Disability and Mental Health Services as part of a professional multi-disciplinary team. Regional travel will be required.  
Key Responsibilities 
Provide high level of health care assessments and advise of implications for the care team. Provide clinical knowledge and expertise to support the placements of children, young people and adults in a range of Life Without Barriers placements. Provide assessments of children, young people and adult’s health status. Develop and monitor health care plans around meeting the changing health needs of individuals. Provide training and support for carers regarding health care plans. Educate personnel, including support workers and carers, on how to support clients with complex health needs including manual handling techniques and performing complex health care procedures. Assess capability and competency of personnel including support workers and carers to provide complex care needs. Assess the need for additional therapeutic and practical resources and services for clients and assist in securing these resources. To work in a multi-disciplinary team environment providing clinical skills, knowledge and experience to guide the care team. Travel to different locations as required.
 Skills & Experience
Degree qualification in Registered Nursing and current registration with appropriate board (AHPRA). Significant experience working with people with people with a disability who have high support medical needs. Current knowledge and demonstrated experience of clinical practice in the area of health planning. Effective time management and organisational skills. Strong verbal and written communication skills. Ability to maintain high degree of confidentiality. Ability to use initiative and think laterally and strategically. Well-developed problem solving skills. Ability to work independently and part of a team. Ability to work effectively under pressure to meet deadlines. Ability to work within and demonstrate the Life Without Barriers Way in all interactions. Ability to travel. 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).   Benefits
Opportunity to work for one of Australia's largest Social Purpose organisations Attractive salary and tax benefits Supportive and professional team
How to Apply Include your resume and covering letter in one document, click ‘Apply’ and follow the prompts. For any enquiries contact Abi at ***** + click to reveal  
Applications close at midnight on Thursday 30th November 2017.
The Company
A cutting edge privately owned radiology group delivering a full range of diagnostic services. Busy but focuses on giving people a great experience and won't compromise on quality.
The company is famous for training and developing staff. They actively encourage staff to attend numerous yearly conferences and additionally arrange in house conferences where leading specialists are invited to present wide ranging and innovative topics. 
The company is continually opening new locations and goes from strength to strength.
The Role
A full or part time Sonographer is required to join an experienced team. This position will cover general, obs/gynae, msk, vascular, etc. Training will be provided for any gaps. You will have access to modern facilities and cutting edge of technology. 
The Requirements
Must be ASAR accredited. Commitment to developing your skill set A focus on quality as opposed to volume  A team focus and desire to help others
Remuneration based upon experience  Yearly conference(s) allowance In house training  Relocation packages and sponsorship  Travel allowance  Full time, part time, school hours and 9 day fortnights optional weekend and on-call work   Opportunity to work with leading Sonographers & Radiologists 
How to Apply
Click 'Apply for this job' or
Please Email your CV directly to ***** + click to reveal or call Harry on *****61 + click to reveal for a confidential discussion
We are seeking a locum or casual Sonographer on a full or part time basis to provide outstanding patient care in a busy environment. To be considered you must be ASAR accredited or eligible. 
Up to $92.50 per hour + Super Full or part time  Mixed caseload  State of the art technology & equipment Friendly team environment 
How to Apply
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Please Email your CV directly to ***** or + click to reveal call Harry on *****61 for + click to reveal a confidential discussion
Lead Sonographer or Senior Sonographer ready to lead. Preferably experience in General, MSK, Interventional, O&G and Small Parts. This an opportunity to secure a market leading package for an established provider of diagnostic imaging services. 
To be considered you must be ASAR accredited or eligible.
Up to $82 per hour + Super Travel allowance  CPD Allowance  Full time hours via 4 days per week Full time or part time  Varied caseload Relocation package provided. Sponsorship
How to Apply
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Please Email your CV directly to ***** + click to reveal or call Harry on *****61 + click to reveal for a confidential discussion
Our highly skilled team at Cockburn Medical Centre has not only a passion for helping people feel better, but for helping them live better lives.  Our vision is to assist the local community to improve their health by not only providing a comprehensive, friendly and professional family health service, but by assisting in the long-term wellbeing of those that we care for. 
Our dedicated and caring team is made up of 11 Doctors,  1 Chiropractor, 1 Dietitian, 2 Nurses, 8 Receptionists and the Practice Manager. With a planned office expansion we are looking to expand our Care Plan Consultations and  Health/Diabetes Assessments. Our practice is fully computerized, using Best Practice medical software.
The Role
Due to expanding proactive health services we require an additional experienced Practice Nurse to assist with providing high quality patient care, conduct assessments, reviews and clinics for our patients in a respectful and professional yet caring and supportive manner.  This role will report to the Practice Manager working in within a flexible and friendly team environment
The successful candidate will have:
Current APHRA registration and current CPD requirements Ideally have experience working in general practice A passion for health promotion and the pro-active management of health The ability to provide client empathy in a professional manner Exceptional interpersonal and communication skills to develop strong relationships Self-manage day-to-day duties  
How to Apply:
Please email your cover letter and resume to ***** + click to reveal or alternatively contact our Practice Manager on *****22 + click to reveal to discuss the role further. 
MY RADIOLOGY CENTRE (MRC) and DAYA X-RAY & ULTRASOUND CENTRE     are proud to announce the opening of a uniquely dynamic, flexible and challenging position. We are offering a career in our independent, radiologist owned, state-of-the- art luxurious practice. Loved by our patients and referrers alike, we offer freedom of practice with a wonderful and vibrant group of staff.
We Specialise In:
CT and CT Guided Interventional Radiology
Ultrasonography and U/S Guided Interventional Radiology
Digital X-ray and OPG
Bone Densitometry

Registered with AHPRA (Specialist - Radiology)
A Fellow of RANZCR with an interest in Musculoskeletal Radiology (or wish to be trained in MSK).  
Willing to work full time (Monday to Friday with rostered Saturday mornings) or part time 

Excellent renumeration and super package
DWS Approved 
Lastest technology in PACS/RIS
Supportive and Experienced staff and Management team

For further information and a confidential enquiry please contact Amarash Dayanandan *****80) + click to reveal or Kohulan Sivarajah *****75) + click to reveal
We are seeking friendly and experienced Optical Dispensers and Assistants to nurture the growth of our family Optometry practices.
Cooper and Lourie Family Optometrists' is one of Perth's oldest independent Optical specialists, situated across two fantastic locations.
Our diverse range of frames, lenses, and contact lenses, our eye examination technologies and our emphasis on exceptional patient care and customer service provide us with an enormous point of difference.
We offer
Competitive annual salary Career development and advancement opportunities Excellent working conditions A supportive and nurturing work environment We are looking for  Optical Dispensers and Assistants who:
Are passionate, enthusiastic and team orientated Have exceptional interpersonal and communication skills Have Current experience in optical dispensing and optical retail sales Are committed to quality, value and exceptional patient care and customer service Takes initiative and possess excellent problem solving skills If you think you have what it takes to be involved in our rapid growth, submit your application today to ***** + click to reveal
We  look forward to hearing from you.
Who are we?
Sugarman Australia currently supports organisations in the Health Care space with their recruitment needs. Our Nursing Division have several opportunities available throughout Australia with a particular need for Cath Lab Nurses in the Perth Metro Area

Opportunity Available?
Sugarman Australia are currently looking for Cath Lab RN's for a number of roles throughout Perth Metro and Regional WA to support in both public and private setting.
The roles offer an opportunity to join Cardiac Cath Lab Suite. The successful candidate will have the energy and motivation to work well in a large team environment and also have the ability to work independently when required.
Looking for Registered Nurses with experience in a Cardiac Cath Lab Suite. A strong clinical background in Cardiology is needed.
About you
Extensive experience in a Cardiac Catheter Lab Strong Anaesthetic Nursing skills Experience with Cath Lab equipment Excellent communication and interpersonal skills Passionate about providing service excellence and quality care Team player
Essential Criteria
Registration as an Registered Nurse with the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (AHPRA). Minimum 3+ years recent experience in a similar role. Full immunisation records. Full Australian working rights
Does this sound like you? If so, we would love to hear from you.
Please click APPLY below to submit your CV.
Additional Sugarman Australia are regularly recruiting for RN's for in the Perth Metro and Regional WA areas - to hear about our other exciting opportunities please contact our Perth Office *****43 + click to reveal