Qualified Dental Technician Wanted

The role involves all aspects of dental ceramics but mainly layering various types of frameworks, as well as finishing monolithic restorations to a high standard.
The position details:
* Qualified Dental Technician with a minimum of 4 years experience preferable but will consider a talented newly qualified Dental Technician.
* Emax, 3 Shape and/or CAD CAM experience an advantage.
* The right candidate will be self motivated and proficient at working on their own initiative with minimal supervision.
* Candidate must have the right to work in Australia. Applicants with working holiday visa will also be considered.
* Team player who is willing to learn, with strong organisational skills.
* Full time or Part time.
In return we offer a competitive salary based on experience, together with a relaxed and professional work environment with the opportunity to enhance and expand ceramic and technical skills set.

Please send Curriculum Vitae /Resume to Sascha Negrini at ***** + click to reveal

We are a private practice based in the heart of Subiaco and are looking for an experienced Dental Nurse 3 days a week commencing in Feb 2018 (Tues, Wed & Thur) with the view to increasing hours within the next 6 months (if interested).

The position will be working with an experienced cosmetically driven general dentist.

Applicants with Invisalign, Smilefast, Implants, Dermal fillers & antiwrinkle experience would be highly regarded, however, we are invested in training staff and can provide on the job training for successful applicant.

Please send your resume along with your availability, notice period, hrly rate expectations, and any other information you feel relevant.

Thank you.
 Recreation Centre Officer     
-Hospitality/Tourism/Leisure Industry
-Assistance with Relocation, Accom Assistance
-Unique Opportunity 
Come, Work and Play in one of Australia's Favourite Holiday Destinations!!! Eco Tourism. Unique Opportunity. Oversee & Assist with The Health & Well Being of our Staff and Community.
Right in the heart of Australia. As an international tourist icon, this Resort attracts over 400,000 guests each year, particularly a large number of international visitors who make up around 65% of our guests. Guests generally stay for 1-2 nights and enjoy many of the dining options, cultural activities and tours available to Uluru and Kata Tjuta National Parks
The infrastructure in this resort environment includes an established township, 3 major resorts, additionally 3 smaller properties , staff accommodation, car fleet and an airport. Catering and providing to employees and employee families, recreation centre, gym, and swimming pool. 
Objectively - To be a key team member of the Recreation Centre, encouraging, motivating and helping people to achieve their health and fitness goals by implementing and instructing programs, group exercise classes, sporting events and promote participation  in the  school, colleges, for employees as well as the communities within the region. Having a strong work ethic, maturity and pride in making the Recreation Centre a fun and safe place for people train and work out. 
Ideally - Offering a relevant proven background  regarding working in  recreational community  fitness centres,  clubs or gyms  with a hand's on aspect including the implementing and delivery of fitness  and lifestyle programs. Furthermore offering great people and leadership skills. You have excellent  communication skills, are adaptable, flexible and of course have a  fantastic sense of humor.  With a good understanding of fitness programs, PT sessions as well as  good computer software skills. 
Desirable  Skill Set  -  
Minimum Cert 3 or 4 in fitness Senior First Aid Experience as a fitness instructor/personal trainer  
You will be offered:
Relocation Assistance Subsidised Accommodation Remote/ Regional area Financial Incentives Career Advancement and Fast tracking Opportunities 
This Resort is the ideal employment destination for those who share a sense of adventure and who wish to experience the unique Indigenous cultural and environmental diversity of the outback.  Be the envy of your friends, family and colleagues, leave the hustle and bustle, the rat race, pollution and traffic behind.  Make new friends and have new Australian experiences. Come visit and see Ayers Rock,  Kings Canyon and  the Olga's, ride a Harley or camel into the sunset.
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Qualified General Practitioner to join busy practice in brand new facilities.
Your new company
is a modern practice located about 15 min south of the CBD. The successful practice treats a wide variety of patients and the working environment is extremely flexible and supportive. Due to the popularity of the new clinic, a permanent Doctor is needed to join the team.
Your new role
You will work in a busy practice with a team of 6 GPs (2-3 on per day). You will ideally work full-time but part-time will be considered. You will see 3-6 patients per hour (your choice of how many you see) and you will provide quality care to each patient. You will be supported by management, admin and full-time nurses.
What you'll need to succeed
You have Vocational Registration (unrestricted) and either Fellowship of the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners (FRACGP) or equivalent (e.g.: FRNZCGP, MICGP or MRCGP). You’ll also have completed an MBBS, have current AHPRA registration, previous Australian GP experience, and be able to apply for a Medicare Provider Number. You'll also have sound clinical skills and you take great pride in providing excellent care to your patients. You must be a Permanent Resident of Australia with full working rights. Overseas applications will not be considered.
What you'll get in return
This practice is located in a lovely area with a wide variety of patients. You wont feel that the work is stagnant due to the very varied demographics of patients. Once you have worked a couple trial shifts you will be excited about the interesting workload. You will be offered a salary of $200 per hour or alternatively a 70/30 split. The practice is very busy and well beyond capacity. You will also have full-time Practice Nurses working along side you to provide support in care-plans. The practice is open 6 days a week but you can chose your own days. All facilities and equipment is close to brand new and there is convenient parking on site.
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 Tove Asplund on *****90 + click to reveal now.
If this job isn't quite right for you but you are looking for a new position, please contact Tove Asplund for a confidential discussion on your career.
Our client, a not for profit organisation, is a leading provider of aged care services with sites throughout Australia and a mission to provide high quality community services and care within residential facilities and the community. With strong values of of respect, responsibility, community and spirit, this organisation is looking for people who are truly passionate about working with older people.
As Residential Manager you will utilise your extensive experience in the sector to lead a team of staff and volunteers in the provision of quality care while achieving all operational objectives for the facility.
Your duties will include:
• Provide leadership, coaching and development and guidance to improve the facility’s services and systems
• Manage financial and service performance through reporting, business and budget planning and management
• Build and lead a positive culture through high levels of staff engagement, coaching and development
• Manage positive financial outcomes through occupancy, maximised ACFI and effective wage control
In order to be successful in this role you will have:
• Strong leadership and management skills
• Experience within Not-for-Profit, Aged Care /Community or Health related background
• High level of commercial acumen including experience of business growth and development
• Outstanding interpersonal, communication and negotiation skills
On offer is an attractive salary package, a chance to be part of a large group focused on quality with ongoing career progression and professional development opportunities.
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Sugarman International are currently seeking two Community Mental Health Nurses for a client in Western Australia.
The successful candidate will have previous Community Mental Health experience. Previous experience working in Western Australia is preferred.
Post graduate studies are desirable but not essential.
On Offer:
Travel subsidies may be available Potential extension available Single unit accommodation around $100 - $150 per week
To be considered for this role you must have:
Full AHPRA registration
Extensive demonstrated nursing ability working in Australia, New
Zealand, USA, Canada or the UK
Excellent interpersonal skills
Full immunisation records
Both current working with children and national police checks
The right to live and work in Australia
Please submit your CV to:

Danielle Kirby
Sugarman Group International | Nursing
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Sugarman International is currently seeking a Community Midwife for a client in regional, coastal Western Australia
The role of the Community Midwife is to improve health outcomes for Aboriginal people through the provision of culturally sensitive prenatal and antenatal care to expectant or new mothers.
On Offer;
Permanent role available - may consider contracts 3- 6 months Work with a well established indigenous health organisation Assistance with travel and accommodation Apart from the base salary (TBC) the candidate is entitled to: District Allowance Air-Conditioning subsidy 5 weeks paid leave Annual airfare to a specified amount, provided at the end of every joining date cycle. (this is more a benefit than an entitlement which cannot be cashed for any other purpose apart from airfare purchase)

About the role;
Provide and initiate primary health care and clinical services to pregnant patients and new mothers as required and necessary, either in the clinic or during home visits to clients. Facilitate provision of Pap smear and STI testing to clients as required. Participate in case conferencing as necessary. Collaborate closely with GPs and visiting specialists on care of clients. Provide advice, education and referrals as necessary. Participate in care planning. Work collaboratively with other staff including the Child and Maternal Health team, Medical staff, other nursing staff, Receptionists, Aboriginal Health Workers and the Social Emotional and Wellbeing Team on client care. Build positive relationships with Aboriginal Community organisations. Facilitate the transition of clients throughout pregnancy and into post-natal observation and health care.
Essential Criteria:
Full AHPRA registration Extensive demonstrated nursing ability, working in Australia, New Zealand, USA, Canada or the UK Excellent interpersonal skills Sound verbal and written communication skills Full immunisation records Both current working with children and national police checks
Submit your CV to:
Danielle Kirby
Recruitment Consultant
Sugarman Group International | Nursing
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Sugarman International are currently seeking an experienced After Hours Nurse Manager for a client in Coastal Regional Western Australia.
The successful candidate will be providing after hours administration and bed management. In addition, the position will demonstrate leadership and role modeling, and promote and ensure maintenance of clinical standards of quality of care.
About the role;
You will be providing after hours administration and bed management. In addition, the position will demonstrate leadership and role modeling, and promote and ensure maintenance of clinical standards of quality of care.
You must have ED skills and ALS plus bed management and human resource skills
On Offer;
Salary - $110,522 base rate per annum - not inclusive of district allowances / after hours allowances and super Travel is offered to and from Perth Accommodation is around $150 - $250 per week pending availability and type of accommodation offered District allowance is approx $160 per fortnight
To be considered for this role you must have:
Full AHPRA registration
Extensive demonstrated nursing ability working in Australia, New Zealand, USA, Canada or the UK
Excellent interpersonal skills
Full immunisation records
Both current working with children and national police checks
The right to live and work in Australia
Please submit your CV to:
Danielle Kirby
Sugarman Group International | Nursing
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About the role
Casual roles available Armadale and the Ranges region, Western Australia
What you will be doing?
As a Support Worker with Me Well your mission will be to empower and support people in the community living with mental illness and to assist these customers in getting the most out of life.  This primarily mobile role means you won't be stuck in an office all day, instead you will be out visiting customers, assisting them in their daily living activities and participating in the community.  This could be anything from developing cooking and cleaning skills, budgeting, shopping, home maintenance, joining community groups or using public transport to get around.  Each customer plan has already been worked out your role would be to help them reach their goals by providing coaching and support.
Why you should come work with us?
Backed by Neami National (one of Australia's most respected service providers in the mental health sector) Me Well is a national Not-For-Profit organisation setup specifically to provide services under the new National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS).  Joining Me Well now in the early rollout stage means you will be working with us to shape how services will be delivered under the new scheme.  This will be a challenging role but also offers great opportunities for learning, development and career progression as the organisation rapidly expands over the next 12 months.  Working for a Not-For-Profit means you will be involved in an organisation that values people from all walks of life with rich and varied skills from all sectors and professional backgrounds.  Me Well also offers generous salary packaging with up to $15,900+ in tax free pay per FBT year for full time and part time positions.  If you are passionate about making a real tangible difference in people's lives, Me Well is the place for you.
What you will need to bring to the role?
As a Support Worker with Me Well you will be a true people person that thrives on interacting and engaging with people from diverse backgrounds.  Your reliability, adaptability and common sense approach to problem solving will serve you well in this role.  As this is a mobile role you will need to be comfortable working unsupervised, taking responsibility and acting in a calm caring manner no matter the situation.  While managers and team leaders will available to provide support and coaching along the way your independence and confidence in day to day decision making will be important. Ideally you will be currently studying or have completed a Social Welfare qualification and have some exposure to working with customers with mental health issues.  
You will also need:
To be computer literate Your own vehicle (or regular access to one) that is fully registered and insured A current Australian drivers licence A current police and working with children check Your own device (smart phone or tablet computer)
How to apply:
If you are looking to build a career in the Mental Health sector we want to speak to you. 
Please apply at before Sunday 4 February 2018.
The terms and conditions of the role are listed in the position description. If you have any further questions not addressed in the advertising words or position description please contact:
Name: Rajeev Ranjan
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No recruitment agency candidates need apply.
Are you interested in working in the Aged Care / Disability / Home Care Sector, but don't have a qualification?
Would you like the opportunity to gain your CHC33015 - Certificate III in Individual Support while you undertake paid work with an industry leading support provider / care facility?
Are you empathetic and compassionate, with a can-do attitude?
If you answer YES to these questions, then an HTA Traineeship may be just what you are looking for!
Interviewing now for February 2018 intakes. Start the New Year with a New Career!
As a Trainee Support Worker, you will provide personal, physical and emotional support to individuals who require assistance with aspects of their daily living. This includes:
Assisting clients with daily tasks such as showering, shaving, dressing, eating; Supporting their mobility through the use of hoists, wheelchairs and other equipment. Supporting the social needs of clients, helping them to engage with recreational and leisure activities - in Disability and Home Care, this will also include transporting clients to and from appointments and social engagements; Assisting clients with cooking, shopping and light cleaning tasks in their own homes.
On a traineeship, you will be engaged on a part-time employment contract by HTA, and will be placed with a Host Organisation in the Aged Care / Disability / Home Care sector. Our partnering Registered Training Organisation will oversee your ongoing training.
Each week you will attend a training class (and be paid for attendance) and will also undertake paid work shifts as a Trainee Support Worker with the Host Organisation.
You will work your way through the CHC33015 - Certificate III in Individual Support (Ageing, Disability or Home & Community Care) curriculum, completing on and off job assessments and gaining valuable hands on experience with your Host Organisation, all while getting paid! 
On successful completion of all classes and practical requirements, you are awarded your nationally recognised qualification and are ready for a career as a Support Worker in your chosen field! HTA trainees are highly sought after and have excellent employment prospects post-completion.
Health Training Australia (HTA) is a not for profit Group Training Organisation established in 1997 as a division of the Australian Medical Association (AMA). HTA partners with industry leading health care organisations to provide paid traineeships in Aged Care, Disability and Home and Community Care across the Perth Metropolitan area.  
Applicants must:
be an Australian Citizen / Permanent Resident hold a valid WA driver's license and a reliable car available to commence at 7:00am be willing to work shift-work over 7 days a week (between 7:00am and 10:00pm) be over the age of 18 be able to obtain a National Police Clearance have English Proficiency - effective communication and comprehension skills If you already hold a Certificate III in Aged Care, Disability or Home and Community Care, or hold a higher level Health Qualification, you are unfortunately ineligible for this position.
If this sounds like the career opportunity for you, please apply now via our website: 
*** Please Note: Only Applications Submitted Via Our Website Portal will be accepted! ***
Only shortlisted applicants will be contacted.
For more information, please call *****33. + click to reveal
LHD Nursing Recruitment Solutions is currently seeking Registered Nurses with Emergency experience for our client in outback Western Australia.

Our client is a large hospital based 8 hours from Perth, this small MPS hospital has 20 which includes an Emergency, Medical and acute aged care.

Works live and play in stunning Australia. This client likes to work and play, on your days off you are invited to travel and see the local sites.

Your role would be to work across all facets of the Emergency, Medical and acute aged care,working within Triage and you will need to have or be eligible to get your Triage certificate, Rotating Roster, fantastic team that works and plays together.

But wait there is more! You will also receive

High Base Salary
Salary Sacrifice
Subsidised Accommodation
Some Travel Reimbursed
3 or 6 month contract

Desired Skills & Experience:

AHPRA registration
Proven experience in Emergency in either Australia, New Zealand, UK or Ireland.
Proven Triage experience
The right to live and work in Australia
2 recent references

If you are an experienced Emergency Nurse seeking a new adventure apply to Leigh at LHD Nursing Recruitment Solutions today and start your new beginning tomorrow!
LHD Nursing Recruitment Solutions is currently seeking highly experienced Registered Nurses with Renal experience for our clients in Western Australia.

Our client is based 8 hours from Perth, this is a this large regional hospital has 50 beds which includes a 8 Chair Renal unit, Emergency, Medical, Surgical and a small Maternity ward.

Your role would be to work across all facets of the Renal Dialysis unit, working with Fresenius machines, Rotating Roster, fantastic team that works and plays together.

Works live and play in stunning Australia. This client likes to work and play, on your days off you are invited to travel and see the local sites.

But wait there is more! You will also receive

High Base Salary
Salary Sacrifice
Remote Allowance
Subsidised Accommodation
Some Travel Reimbursed
6 week contract

Desired Skills & Experience:

AHPRA registration
Proven experience in Renal Dialysis in either Australia, New Zealand, UK or Ireland.
Proven Fresenius or Gambro experience
The right to live and work in Australia
2 recent references

If you are an experienced Renal Nurse seeking a new adventure apply to Leigh at LHD Nursing Recruitment Solutions today and start your new beginning tomorrow!
Leadership position with a real opportunity to progress your career even further.
Your new company
Is a leading aged care provider who are committed to providing innovative and surpassed quality services to its residents.
Your new role
In your role you will be working closely with the Facility manager and be responsible for the management and training of staff, clinical reporting and ensure compliance to Aged Care standards.
What you'll need to succeed
You are a Registered Nurse and you have previous experience working as a Clinical Manager. You have ACFI experience and ideally you also have IT skills. You enjoy following procedures and policies to ensure highest quality care.
What you'll get in return
You'll receive a competitive salary and surpassed assistance to help you progress in your career. You will not only be offered extensive training opportunities but also study allowances for you seek external training. If you want to work for an organisation that truly values you, then look no further.
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 to Tove Asplund, or call Tove now.
If this job isn't quite right for you but you are looking for a new position, please contact Tove for a confidential discussion on your career.
Leadership position for a Registered Nurse.
Your new company
Is a leading national Aged Care provider who provides residential and home care services. They are committed to the training and development of staff which means that you have real career opportunities.
Your new role
You will provide holistic care to residents by working within a multi-disciplinary team. You will support the Facility Manager in reaching set targets by encouraging quality care. You will take on a leadership role where you mentor and support the staff within the facility. You will conduct audits and gap analyses to identify areas of improvement and ensure safety.
What you'll need to succeed
You will be a Registered Nurse with experience in a Clinical Management or Care Manager / Facility Manager position. You are an excellent leader and you have experience managing a multidisciplinary team. You will be culturally sensitive and able to deliver person-centred care. You will be resilient and have a passion for delivering quality care. You enjoy audits and following set practices. Your Nursing style is caring, compassionate and meticulous.
What you'll get in return
You will be offered a competitive salary while working in a brand-new facility. You will work for an organisation who truly appreciates their staff and you will have real development opportunities. You will be offered study assistance and be encouraged to take on senior positions within your organisation. You will also have the opportunity to relocate to other states.
What you need to do now
If you're interested in this role, click 'apply now' to forward Tove an up-to-date copy of your CV, or call us now.
If this job isn't quite right for you but you are looking for a new position, please contact Tove Asplund for a confidential discussion on your career.
Supportive team environment Flexible working conditions Exciting and innovative surgical team moving forward
Are you a Clinical Professional seeking a rewarding career?
Mount Private Hospital is looking for suitably qualified Clinical Nurses to join our established team. We are looking for experienced perioperative nurses, in a range of specialities including Orthopaedics and general surgery.
In addition to this, as Mount commences a $15m refurbishment, we are also seeking nurses who have experience working in hybrid operating theatres and in particular interventional vascular and structural heart procedures.
As the Clinical Nurse Specialist your responsibilities will include:

Deliver quality-nursing care by Assessing, Planning, Implementing and evaluating individual patient care Provide a standard of care according to the individuals level of experience and education maintaining high quality nursing care within a safe environment Develop and utilise strategies that encourage an atmosphere conducive to effective communication Work in partnership with patients and families in decision-making regarding provision of care promoting beneficial relationship
Located in Perth city, our 224 bed private hospital is conveniently located on Mounts Bay Road surrounded by beautiful parklands. Mount Hospital is the city’s leading inner city hospital treating 20,000 patients each year, with the assistance of over 600 visiting medical officers and a team of 500 professional employees. Mount Hospital provides Acute Surgical, Medical, and Rehabilitation, Coronary and Intensive Care services and Cardiac Catheter Laboratories.
The Operating Theatre department consists of 11 theatres covering a range of specialities including cardiothoracic, neurosurgery, orthopaedics, general and plastic reconstructive surgery.

Selection Criteria:
Current Registration with AHPRA Post Graduate Certificate in Perioperative nursing (or working towards) Minimum of 5 years Perioperative Nursing experience Demonstrated ability to deliver high quality patient care Highly developed interpersonal and communication skills Commitment to ongoing personal and professional development Exceptional time management and organisational skills
Applications close: Friday 2 February 2018
For further enquiries: Leza Cahill - Perioperative Services Manager, *****25 + click to reveal
To Apply: Please click on the 'Apply' button below to be taken to our online application form. Please include a cover letter and your CV along with the contact details of 2 professional referees.

Introducing Konekt
At Konekt we have a clear vision of what we want to achieve over the coming years. We're passionate about creating an injury-free workplace by 2025.
With the belief that work is good for all, our purpose is to maximise workforce participation and safety. With a mission to be Number 1 in Care, we know that our values of integrity, personal impact, innovation, customer focus and financial sustainability mean that we are well on our way to creating real change for Australian workplaces.
Duties and Responsibilities:
• Utilising your specialist knowledge and skills to conduct assessments such as vocational assessments, vocational counselling, initial rehabilitation assessments and adjustment to injury counselling
• Planning, coordinating and monitoring implementation of Konekt programs including case management of same and new (redeployment) employer cases and associated report writing 
• Self-led and results-focused to drive 360 case management - achieving safe and durable Return to Work or optimal function outcomes within case management
• Mentoring and coaching to junior staff
• Meeting or exceeding targets and expectation while maintaining quality and customer care
• Liaising with key stakeholders and building strong relationships to facilitate the achievement of business objectives
Who you are:
• Provisional or fully Registered Psychologist with AHPRA
• Tertiary qualifications in Psychology 
• Demonstrated experience in redeployment case management will be highly regarded 
• Relish the prospect of being a person who is inspired to make an impact to the lives of others
• Exemplary communication skills and the ability to build relationships with a range of people
• Business acumen and the motivation to achieve financial targets
• Experience in an Occupational Rehabilitation or employer-based injury management setting highly regarded • Knowledge of workplace health industry including Workers Compensation and OH&S legislation preferable
Why join the Konekt family?
We recognise that everyone's motivations are different but these are just some of the reasons our current staff have shared: 
• A supportive national network of leaders and mentors across the health profession.
• Konekt is an ASX Listed company with an annual incentive scheme.
• Konekt offer and promote many different career pathway advancement opportunities internally through to national placements across over 50 offices, just ask us more!
• At Konekt we pride ourselves on our ability to positively impact the community by returning individuals back into the workforce. We live and breathe these values every day! 
• A competitive salary, pool car, iPhone 6 and laptop, and the opportunity to purchase extra leave
• Learning and development and reward and recognition programs
• Be a part of something bigger! At Konekt we partner with Soldier On, a charity focused on supporting the reintegration of contemporary returning defence force members back into society
For a confidential discussion on furthering your career with Konekt, please call Simone, Talent Acquisition Consultant on *****28 + click to reveal or email your application directly via the 'apply for this job' function.
Please note that only applicants whose career details match closely to our criteria will be contacted directly for an initial phone screen.
We have an exciting opportunity for a qualified Personal Trainer who is enthusiastic to join our friendly team in our South Lake WA gym.
Applicants must have current Certificates 3 & 4 in Fitness, First Aid/CPR qualifications, Insurance, Fitness Australia Registration, ABN, & competent computer skills.
Our Personal Trainer structure is simple, you have a choice to either pay a low weekly license fee or conduct Plus Performance classes. We will help you grow a client base to build your business by providing you with support including:
Generous 6 week rent free period to get you started Non competitive environment with no over flooding of Personal Trainers Client lead generation opportunities Uniform & name badge Diary & booking system Full access to our membership database Great working environment with Sales & Enquiry training 
We will support you and give you a place to develop and grow as a trainer by providing you with everything you need to establish your client base and maximise your earning potential.
Applications must include a detailed resume & cover letter to ***** + click to reveal
Busy Dental Laboratory specialising in crown and bridge and implants is looking for a dental technician. The successful candidate must have advanced skills in every area of our laboratory - must be able to wax up competently, able to design complex, and large cases ( both conventionally and digitally) : including layering porcelain to these cases. They must be more than familiar with current CAD/CAM software and techniques of design. They must be familiar with in-house milling and 3D printing equipment. They must also possess good interpersonal skills; and preferably good management skills, as part of their duties will be managing staff and workflow.
After a probationary period, the successful candidate will have the opportunity of a partnership in the business. Our laboratory has a good reputation with all the major implant companies in Australia - implant restorations are the biggest sector of our work. Our work environment is bright, spacious and fun. we would like to welcome someone of a like mind.
Looking for a GP to join our team at Brentwood Village Medical Centre, part time with the possibility of full time employment in the future. We are a mixed billing practice, and have pathology on site, along with other allied health services.
How would you like to be part of a friendly professional team? Do you see yourself as a polished professional? Do you love helping people with your sound clinical skills? What area of clinical expertise or specialty do you want to develop?
Feet First Podiatry is a well established practice based south of the river. Our team work closely to create foot health services distinguished by stellar service and superior clinical results.
A little about the position:
Permanent position. If you are looking for a long-term commitment in a secure position where you can develop your skills and take on new responsibilities, then this may be the perfect position for you. Sparkling, new practice in Palmyra in convenient high profile location.  Skilled, energetic support crew. All non-clinical aspects of the practice are well taken care of. Loyal and diverse patient population. We've been in the area for 18 years, growing quietly and steadily. People know and trust our care. Support to develop your area of specialist professional interest. We believe learning is always a good thing for you, for patients and for the practice, so we are happy to support your professional growth and development. This is a permanent salaried position with remuneration dependant on your qualifications, experience, proven skills set and verifiable all-round excellence.  We are happy to discuss remuneration with you when we meet.
Attributes, skills and qualifications you will bring:
 You are comfortable working as a part of a team. You have a deep respect and caring for others and understand the intrinsic responsibility of being part of a health service team.  Your focus is very firmly on sound clinical and ethical practice delivered with gentle, meticulous care.  You are open to learning opportunities. You love learning new things and sharing with others.  You have a positive approach to life. Being healthy and happy is important to you. You enjoy life.  You have terrific communication skills.  Your professional standards shine. You always do your best, look for opportunities to build the practice and back team efforts 100%.  You enjoy creating solutions and sharing.  You are willing and wanting to go the extra mile… a country mile if needed.  Registered with AHPRA  Professional indemnity insurance ($20million)  Citizen of Australia or current working Visa
If you are interested in this rare opportunity to join us, we'd love to hear all about you.  Tell us why you'd like to be a part of our team and how your qualifications, experience and skills will contribute to growth and development of the practice.
Email your expression of interest to practice manager Fern: ***** + click to reveal
Medacs Healthcare is looking for experienced and dedicated Registered Midwives to join our clients team within their midwifery department in rural Western Australia on a contract basis.
Whats in it for you?
Our client is offering fantastic salary depending on experience. This is a contract role and can be as little as 3 months. This also presents you with the opportunity to travel Australia and soak up the local culture and weather.
Enjoy subsidised accommodation and subsidised travel.
What you will be doing?
As a Registered Midwife you will get the chance to work in a driven and collaborating team and gain rural experience whilst making a difference. You will be working with a great team of midwives.
What you will need?
AHPRA Registered Midwife At least two years experience in either NZ or Australia Current National Police Check Evidence of Hep B, dtPa, MMr and Varicella vaccinations
Company Culture & Reward
Join a team that is passionate about providing excellent levels of care
Gain experience working with the aboriginal community in a remote location Become an even more versatile and dynamic nurse with this remote opportunity
About Us
Medacs Healthcare is a leading staffing and services company providing temp, locum and contract recruitment expertise to public, private & commercial healthcare sector.
We have been in the Australian market for over 20 years and backed by a multi-national healthcare recruitment company Specialist Healthcare Recruitment Consultants to support you Support & Guidance to assist you on getting the career opportunity you want Unique insight into the various clients we work with and advice on how to do your best during the interview process and settling into your new role.
To Apply
If you are interested in this position and would like to know more contact Alex Wardlaw on *****19 + click to reveal for further information and/or a confidential discussion. Alternatively, please click ‘Apply Now’ and follow the prompts. I look forward to speaking with you.
Medacs Healthcare is committed to ensuring that vulnerable adults, young people and children are safe from harm and abuse. As part of our commitment to these individuals and in line with the Crimes Act 2011 & the Vulnerable Childrens Act 2014, all appointments to positions (whether temporary or permanent) will include worker safety checks. These checks are in addition to the requirement to have a satisfactory Police Vetting Check. This will be explained to all shortlisted candidates at phone screen and interview.