Registered Midwife (Midwifery Group Practice)

LHD Nursing Recruitment Solutions is currently seeking a Midwife to work in a remote town in Far West New South Wales.

Our client is a small hospital based in the Far West of New South Wales, which includes emergency, medical and surgical unit as well as a Midwifery practice.

Your role will include carrying your own case load, pre and post natal clinics.Working with a high Indigenous case load, Work Monday to Friday and share your on call roster with your new team.

If you are seeking a challenge with a difference, Work with a team that works hard and plays hard then why not apply to LHD Nursing today and change your tomorrow.

But wait there is more! You will also receive
High Base Salary
Salary Sacrifice
Free Accommodation
Travel Reimbursed ($400.00 each way)

Desired Skills & Experience:
Current birthing experience
Competent CTG reading
Cannulation skill's
Current Neonatal Resuscitation
Skills Preferable experience in Case loading

If you are an experienced Registered Midwife seeking a remote role this could be the role for you apply today to Leigh at LHD Nursing Recruitment Solutions
Full Time Speech Pathologist
Position Available - Speech Pathologist within well-established clinic (Penrith)
Do you love working with kids and improving people's lives? Do you want to work in a fun, dynamic environment where you can further develop and enhance your skills as a speech pathologist? Do you get excited at the possibility of working in a multi - disciplinary team where you will have access to multi modal approaches in the work you do?
If you said yes to any of the above, then we want to hear from you!
Nepean Speech and Occupational Therapy (NSPOT) is a caring team of friendly speech pathologists and occupational therapists, whose vision is to help children achieve the fundamental right of communication, participation and the ability to learn. We are after a Rock star speech pathologists to join our team.
We are a team that is passionate, motivated and committed to ensuring the best outcomes for our clients. We provide a setting where you will feel supported, and where "work" is a place that you look forward to going everyday! We are a highly respected established team, where you will be treated as an equal and be respected, regardless of the amount of experience that you come with. In working with us, you will be provided with guidance and structure.
The position will commence part time with a rapid progression to full time. You will be conducting assessments and therapy sessions, liaising with teachers and other professionals and continuing to improve your skills participating in professional development. The position will involve a mix of work in schools and in our modern offices.
New graduate or experienced clinician Member of Speech Pathology Australia Private indemnity insurance Access to own transport with a current driver's licence Excellent time management and organisational skills Strong verbal and written communication skills Ability to build rapport with clients and families Willingness to work with a paediatric case load Ability to learn computer client management systems, Boardmaker, and Office based software
Experience with working with children with complex communication needs Experience working with children with Autism Spectrum Disorder
The position is available to commence mid - July with excellent work conditions and remuneration (above industry standards). Mentoring is provided to any new graduates, in addition to professional development opportunities.
If you would like to join our wonderful team, please email a cover letter addressing the criteria above and your resume to ***** + click to reveal.
We look forward to hearing from you!
This is an interesting and varied role with an organisation who have market leading products and provide exceptional service particularly through education.
In the role you will be well trained and supported and will work with a successful and positive team, reporting to a supportive manager.
You will be rewarded with a base salary, car allowance and fuel card.  
As the Educational /Account Manager you will ensure the products are supported in Aged Care Facilities and that staff are confident and well trained on how to use the product.
This role is offered as a 6 month contract from July to December 2018
Calling on Aged Care Facilities to ensure use of company products  Working with NUM's and Nurse Educators to upskill nurses caring for patients in Aged Care facilities Observing and reporting on competitor activities Working closely with other team members to share information and provide support
You will be an RN or EN  ideally with aged care experience Previous sales or account management experience highly regarded You will be positive, energetic, empathetic and organised You will also have experience in training healthcare professionals
Please forward your resume in MS Word Format ONLY to ***** + click to reveal or call Veronica on *****03 + click to reveal for a confidential discussion.
Only candidates with the right to work in Australia without requiring sponsorship and who have the right skills and experience will be considered for this role.
Programmed Health Professionals have an exciting opportunity for registered nurses looking for something a little different. Our client is on the lookout for registered nurses for a 12 month casual contract, 38 hours a week, Monday to Friday, working in an accreditation / quality role. The role involves assessing and reviewing aged care services against the standards and reporting on their performance.
There is travel involved every 2nd week to rural areas , flights , accommodation and food allowance provided during these trips.
To be successful in this role you must have:-
Strong inter-personal skills Excellent written and verbal communication skills Ability to understand and apply knowledge of relevant standards and legislation Need Car and NSW drivers licence Rights to work in Australia National Criminal Record Check Registration as a quality surveyor ( this course will be provided to successful applicants )Benefits include laptop, mobile phone, mileage and food allowance when travelling. Experience in regulatory, quality, audit or compliance roles would be beneficial.
Successful candidates will be given a 2 week pre-course training session followed by a further 2 week training program that is internationally accredited, leading to registration as a Quality Assessor.
If you are interested in this role or would like a confidential chat about what work we have available please contact Christine Lingard *****09 + click to reveal or email your CV to ***** + click to reveal , alternatively you can click on ‘Apply’

Programmed Health Professionals is a leading provider of qualified and specialist nurses, carers and support staff across the acute, aged, community and disability sectors. Working with Programmed Health Professionals means you will become part of the Programmed family: a company that encourages career development, supports flexibility and cares about your personal wellbeing and safety.
We encourage applications from men and women of all ages, including people with a disability and Indigenous Australians.
Expand your career in the planning and building industry Utilise your outstanding customer service skills Excellent opportunity in a fast paced environment
The Development and Approvals Division of Tamworth Regional Council is currently seeking the services of an enthusiastic and qualified person with experience in providing a high level of customer service. It is an exciting opportunity for the successful candidate to join a great team in a thriving industry in a large regional city.
Key responsibilities will include:
Providing guidance and advice to customers related to Building and Planning Assisting customers in completing application forms and checking plans prior to lodgement Liaising with the Development Assessment and Building Certification teams Assessing development applications subject to experience and qualifications

To be successful, you will bring to this position:
A 3 Year Degree and Post Graduate Qualification OR 4 Year Degree in Planning OR BPB recognised qualifications in Building (with consideration given to those candidates currently enrolled in a relevant degree but not yet completed) Strong experience in a customer facing role providing high quality service to the community Outstanding organisational skills and the ability to meet deadlines Demonstrated knowledge of the legislation and codes relevant to the industry  Excellent communication and negotiation skills

The salary for this position ranges from $1,091.90 to $1,414.00 plus superannuation for 35 hours work per week. The commencement salary is subject to skills, experience and qualifications.
Flexible working arrangements will be considered by mutual agreement and according to operational requirements.
Shortlisted applicants will be required to undertake a Pre-employment Medical Screening including Alcohol & Other Drugs Testing. 
Please contact Sam Lobsey on *****32 + click to reveal if you have any questions about this position. 
Applications close at 5.00pm on Thursday, 31 May 2018. 
Tamworth Regional Council is committed to the principles and practices of Equal Employment Opportunity and Cultural Diversity.

• Be part of an Innovative global pharmaceutical organisation
• Opportunity for Additional Responsibilities
The Role
The Insights and Business Analyst reports to the Head of Sales and Marketing, Australia/New Zealand for a global Pharmaceutical company and will assume primary responsibility for strategic, qualitative and quantitative research to evaluate product and service markets, PBS submissions and sales support.
Applicants MUST HAVE:
•    At least 2 years experience in a Business Analyst Role preferably in Healthcare Industry
•    Logical thinking, problem solving & strong analytical skills
•    Advanced Knowledge of Microsoft Excel and PowerPoint. 
•    Excellent customer focus and attention to detail 
•    Ability to work autonomously
•    Excellent organisational skills
 Market Feasibility Experience

Skills and Experience:
This is a business critical role with a high level of accountability to both the business development and marketing functions. This opportunity will suit an experienced and insightful Business Analyst with expertise in either pharmaceutical or related industries coupled with the confidence to provide effective market analysis and identification of business opportunities.
Further, the ideal candidate will have experience planning and managing research projects, and be able to work closely with senior management to author reports containing actionable recommendations which will drive the company growth.
The successful applicant will also possess:
- The ability to design and conduct market research projects
- An aptitude for competitive and industry analysis
- Strong knowledge of marketing, sales and business processes and the ability to establish and maintain Standard Operating Procedures to improve practices
-Exceptional written and verbal communication skills with high level attention to detail
-Solid business acumen, analytical and problem solving capabilities
-Strong computer skills including business intelligence and reporting software
- Tertiary education or relevant experience
To express your confidential interest, please forward your application to ***** + click to reveal.
Kindly note that only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.
Boehunter Healthcare Executive Search provides executive search and recruitment services across the Pharmaceutical, Medical Devices and Biotechnology industry. Our team of skilled consultants and researchers bring with them an exceptional track record in delivering solutions to clients and candidates globally.
About The Role
We are seeking experienced AINs and RNs to work shifts across Aged Care Facilities located in Inner-West and Western Sydney. Nurses have the option to choose their preferred location(s) and have the flexibility to determine their own shifts. You will be required to provide the highest quality of nursing care and support in order to meet the changing needs of residents. You will be mentored and trained by experienced staff to ensure a smooth transition into the role.
What We Are Looking For
Passionate and driven individuals. Experience is essential - nurses must exhibit a caring nature to residents at all times. Willingness to learn and take direction Registered Nurses must be registered with AHPRA Excellent time-management skills Flexibility to work a variety of shifts Compliance with WHS Legislation and Policies and Procedures Be able to provide a police clearance check
Benefits of Working With Us
Competitive hourly rates (be paid more as an Agency Nurse rather than a FT or PT Nurse) Have the potential to earn as much as you want by working as little or as many shifts desired Choose to work in one or more locations within our network Enjoy the flexibility of choosing your own shifts (AM, PM or overnight) The opportunity to be mentored by our Founder Free uniform Be part of a friendly, social and collaborative team Receive on-hand clinical training
How To Apply
If you are passionate about your job as a nurse and care about the lives of the elderly and are interested in working for us, please apply directly to this ad or forward your application to Tony at ***** + click to reveal.
Due to the high response of these job ads, only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.
We are Vivir
We are passionate about making a difference. Our culture & support team empowers our clinicians to be experts in their field and provide the best possible outcomes for elderly Australians. By working with us, you’ll open a world of opportunities in your career.
We are one of Australia’s leading health care providers. We are Vivir Healthcare.
Your opportunity
There is no better time to begin your career as a Physio or OT in aged care! The aged care sector is booming at the moment with new facilities opening up every day. If you are a recent graduate for April 2018 or have graduated earlier in the year we would like to hear from you!
Due to further huge growth within our organisation we are currently recruiting for enthusiastic new starters based at several fantastic locations across Queensland.
A challenging and fast paced environment will keep you interested, and you’ll have the opportunity to work with extremely experienced Physio's and OT's within a culture of support and professional development.
We are currently taking applications from new graduates at the following locations
Physio/OT - Port Macquarie Physio/OT - Coffs Harbour Physio/OT - Taree Physio/OT - Forster Physio/OT - Nambucca Heads
Who are you?
You’re a physiotherapist or occupational therapist with a special interest in providing healthcare to elderly Australians.
You value the experience of working with highly professional colleagues in an aged care facility or community/home care environment.
You’re passionate about improving the lives of your clients.
You can demonstrate
. A passion and enthusiasm for developing a new career in the growing aged care sector
· AHPRA registration
· Police Check
· Professional Indemnity insurance
· Australian working rights
What we offer
· Excellent hourly pay + relocation package
· Field leadership and mentoring team to coach you
· Scheduling team to support you
· Professional development sessions
. Bonus
· Training allowance
What to do next
If you're are interested in joining Vivir, then please contact Daniel on *****42 + click to reveal or email ***** + click to reveal for a confidential discussion.
About the business
Australia's first high performance pilates studio is expanding and we're looking for passionate fitness professionals to join our team in Bondi Junction.
About the role
Utilising the KX Pilates dynamic training method, you will deliver a revolutionary, fast paced, high intensity, body toning workout that fuses the core strengthening elements of traditional reformer pilates with circuit, cardio and endurance training in a small group environment (max. 12 clients per class).
With a focus on precise, controlled movement and functional exercise, we're looking for qualified trainers with a minimum Certificate III & IV in Fitness OR Pilates qualifications, together with 12 months fitness teaching experience that can adapt the KX method to their own style and personality, adding a unique fit to the KX family.
A degree in Sports Science/Exercise Physiology as well as knowledge of reformer pilates are desirable and advantageous.
If you fit the above and strive to be PUMPED UP AND BARRIER BREAKING, we want to hear from you!
The role will require working weekdays (mornings and evenings) and weekends, up to 15 hours per week. Training is provided through our fully accredited 7 week intense KX Academy (2 days per week), which is recognised and certified by Fitness Australia.
Interviews will take place immediately. For more information about us, please visit or
Benefits and perks
Generous hourly rate, free staff membership, flexible hours, fantastic support and learning network within Sydney and across Australia, with opportunities for local business affiliations, and access to additional staff benefits and discounts nationally!
Please send a covering letter and your CV to ***** + click to reveal
Blooms The Chemist Penrith has a fantastic opportunity for an ambitious registered pharmacist to join the team for a regular WEDNESDAY, THURSDAY AND SUNDAY shift (around 20 hours). You will enjoy a busy but stimulating pharmacy environment, working as part of an experienced and friendly customer focused team. You will be required to be flexible with your hours and be able to work both weekdays and weekends. The candidate with the right attitude will be quickly recognised and rewarded. 
Your initial role will focus on:
• Dispense and supervise the dispensing of prescriptions using FRED dispense
• Check prescriptions prepared by dispense technicians
• Counsel patients with the optimal and safe use of medication
• Assist with customer service queries
• Process dispensary orders and assist in maintaining dispensary inventory
• Oversee activities in the dispensary and front of shop to ensure the smooth operation of the pharmacy
• Perform other duties as requested by the manager, including but not limited to screening tests (BP, BSL, Cholesterol, Haemoglobin), Clinical Interventions and MedsChecks.
The successful candidate will possess:
• AHPRA registration
• Excellent communication skills
• Amazing customer service and people management skills
• Eagerness to be part of our pharmacy family
• Excellent interpersonal and organisational skills
• Eye for detail and a level of accuracy suitable for the health industry
• Strong coaching and leadership skills
• Ability to work well in a team and autonomously
• An enthusiastic attitude and willingness to learn and grow with the pharmacy
• Strong and dedicated work ethic
• The desire to go above and beyond
What we will give you in return:
• A motivating and rewarding work environment
• Opportunity to advance to ownership in the group
• Access to some incredible training and development opportunities
All levels of pharmacist experience will be considered and newly registered pharmacists are welcome to apply. 
If you would love to be a part of our valuable team in a wonderful community, please apply now!
Please forward all applications including resume to Rachel at ***** + click to reveal 
 About Us
Jasda Physiotherapy is a leading provider of aged care physiotherapy services across the Sydney metro area.
We are currently seeking a dedicated Full time & Part time Physiotherapist & Occupational Therapist  to provide pain & mobility physio services to aged care residents at  throughout Sydney
Full-time or Part-time Physiotherapists or Occupational Therapists required at Paramatta, NSW
We have FT/PT/Casual/Locum, Full time or Part time work available throughout Sydney especially in Northern & Western Sydney
Key Responsibilities:
Mostly Pain management & treatments Conduct a thorough clinical assessment for each resident as per facility requirements Develop individually tailored assessment and care plans, selecting and executing appropriate physiotherapy treatment Consult with the appropriate staff, carers, medical practitioners and family members in the best interests of the residents Review all residents, at a minimum interval of three months or as per individual facility requirements Educate, train colleagues & clients Provide strength, prevention & Balance training
About You:
Current FULL AHPRA registration  NEW GRADUATES ARE WELCOME Positive can-do attitude, National Police Record Check Well-developed interpersonal and communication skills Passionate about aged care Basic Microsoft Excel knowledge preferable (but not essential) Current driving license & reliable car
In return for your services Jasda can offer you:
Monday to Friday work & to choose school hrs work, No late nights, No weekends....Work-life balance Flexible work Excellent rates and conditions  Supportive environment  Career development             
The successful applicant will need to provide an Aged Care/Vulnerable Persons National criminal history record check clearance.
For further information please contact Dilshad Mithwani at dilshad@…show email or call 0406…show number for a confidential discussion.
At OPSM we are passionate about opening eyes to the unseen. As a leading eye care and eyewear retailer, we have been looking after the eyes of Australians and New Zealanders for over 80 years. We are not your typical retail business. We are obsessed with eye care and offering our customers the confidence in how they see the world.
We are part of Luxottica Group, a global eyewear company with over 7,000 retail stores across 130 countries and brands like Ray Ban, Oakley, Prada and Burberry to name a few. Working with us means you are part of something bigger.
At OPSM we are about innovation. We use the most cutting-edge products and technologies, and collaborate with an amazing collective of knowledgeable and experienced Optical professionals. As an Optometrist with us, you will get to work with world class technology including Retinal Camera, Visual Field Analyser, Non-contact tonometer, Corneal Topographer, Optos and OCT.
Currently, we have positions available working on our Sydney Metro Relief Team suitable for both Graduates and experienced optometrists to join our passionate and motivated team. We can offer you access to great clinical and business ideals, the opportunity to work alongside other optometrists and support the optometry assistant program. You will also get to play a pivotal role in building loyal and trusting relationships with the community to grow the practice. At OPSM we can offer you an opportunity to make a real difference in the way people see the world. You will be able to access many opportunities for continuing professional development through financially supported industry training, peer learning communities and product training. We offer competitive salaries and incentives to recognise your contribution, a generous product allowance for you to enjoy wearing our premium brands and other benefits too. You will also have the opportunity to join our mission to help the world see by participating in our OneSight outreach program.
Sound like the ideal role for you? Apply now or email ***** + click to reveal 
About us
We are one of Australia's oldest and largest providers of open learning. For over 100 years we have been helping people from all walks of life to improve their lives through learning.
Today, we deliver a diverse portfolio of courses spanning Business, Finance and Services, Education, Health and Community Services and Design, Science and Technology. We focus on meeting the needs of adult learners by providing highly flexible, accessible and affordable education and training.
Our team includes over 350 staff and 100 contract educators. Over the last three years, we have been through a fundamental organisational transformation.
About the position
The Trainer/Assessor is a key educational position that drives learner progression within their enrolled course.
The Trainer/Assessor achieves this through:
Assessing load of 70% Active teaching presence in our learning platform, including through forums, webinars and live chat sessions Augmentation and contextualization of existing learning content Supporting current workplace assessors in any of all the below when required: Induct and support Workplace Supervisors Approve workplace as suitable for Structured Workplace Learning Undertake workplace assessments within Education Service Standards Conduct assessment interviews with the Workplace Supervisor and learner Provide constructive feedback to learners within quality guidelines Complete the necessary Workplace Assessment documentation Supporting Program Manager as directed
In this role, you will undertake the following core functions:
Grade assessments in accordance with the Education Service Standards 70% load including RPL and Skill gaps Management of student academic queries within Education Service Standards Facilitating webinars Augmenting course content Assistance with student cases such as disability, complaints and         Reasonable adjustments Participating in Assessment Validation and Moderation Contributing to course specific and Open Colleges generic FAQs Completing Professional Development requirements in line with an Annual Professional  Development plan Conducting national workshops (if applicable)
Tertiary qualifications including:
Qualifications in Occupational Therapy (Bachelor of Occupational Therapy or equivalent (essential) Minimum of 3 years current industry experience in Occupational Therapy (essential) A Certificate IV in Training and Assessment (TAE40110 or TAE40116) (desirable) AHPRA registration (essential) Recent experience* in distance, flexible or online learning (highly desirable)
                           *Defined as in the past 2 years
Throughout this role, you will need to remain up-to-date with:
Recent industry experience* working in Occupational Therapy (essential) Developments in the vocational education and training sector Developments in teaching, learning and assessment in an online learning environment
                            *Defined as in the past 2 years
         **This position is based in our offices on Sydney CBD**
Please be aware that it is a requirement of this position that background checks are completed. The background checking process includes reference checking and validation of employment; proof of qualifications; proof of rights to work within Australia; and a police check.
Please click on the "apply button" below with your resume and cover letter to Ciaran Martin, Talent Acquisition Specialist, Open Colleges *****06 + click to reveal.
Please note that due to the high volume of response anticipated for this role, only short-listed candidates will be contacted.
                             **No Recruitment Agencies**
Opportunity to enhance or make a change to your Aged Care Career, while working for one of Australia's leading organisations | Sydney & New South Wales based (opportunity to be a roving manager)  
The Benefits: Excellent opportunity to enhance your career Work within a supportive, welcoming team Beautiful modern facilities 
The Role
Undertaking a management position will consist of supervising Clinical Care within the establishment in conjunction with maintaining and evaluating policies, procedures & ACFI/Accreditation processes are adhered to; operations, manage and coordinate a team of professionals to uphold the quality care; implement and maintain model of care; performance benchmarks; and budget control. 
The Person
In order to be successful in this role, you must have:
Nursing Degree and current AHPRA registration essential Demonstrated sound clinical co-ordination/team leadership abilities desirable Sound ACFI & ACCREDITATION experience Management, supervision & leadership experience Excellent people person Excellent problem solving and communication skills Experience in managing different models of care Sound human resources management and industrial relations
 The successful applicant must be entitled to work in Australia, undertake and pass a pre-employment functional assessment and obtain a Federal Police Clearance. 
To discuss this exciting opportunity or any of our great range of career opportunities throughout Australia please contact Emma in complete confidence on: *****66 + click to reveal or register your interest by emailing me at ***** + click to reveal
About the business
Dayman Dental is a boutique state of the art dental practice located in the heart of Potts Point which has been serving its long standing and loyal list of patients for over 20 years. With an already enthusiastic and passionate group of professionals, we are looking for a dedicated receptionist to help complete our team. 
About the role
The position involves reception duties, meticulous management of appointment books, practice management and dealing with third party organisations. As the welcoming face of our practice, we want you to be our liaison for patients and help reinforce the strength and patient focused direction of the business. 
Benefits and perks
Located in the heart of buzzing Potts Point, the position is for 4-5 days per week. We offer a competitive salary (negotiable based on experience), ongoing training and a supportive and friendly working environment.
Skills and experience
To be considered for this role you must:
Have previous dental experience (preferably in reception/front office duties) Excellent communication and customer service skills Be able to show initiative, working both individually and as part of a team. Experience with diary scheduling software such as OASIS Have the confidence to efficiently run and manage appointment scheduling to best serve the brand and business Be professional with a friendly and empathic manner Possess a mature attitude and also be keen and willing to learn Eligible to work in Australia
If you are looking for a fresh start and would like to work in an environment that is both rewarding and self-satisfying, you will not want to miss this fantastic opportunity.
If the above mentioned role requirements/ attributes sound like you;
Please apply by emailing your resume and cover note to
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Please note that only successful applicants will be contacted.
Opportunity to develop your career within a commercial corporate environment A team of global medical specialists and industry professionals Commence in a locally based role with opportunity to develop an exciting career within our global business

Coordinating Doctor
The role
International SOS is seeking a Coordinating Doctor to join a passionate team of medical experts. As a Coordinating Doctor you will provide on the phone medical assistance to our clients when they are travelling or living abroad, or coordinate medical evacuations and transportation of patients, as such no two days will be the same as you provide first class medical assistance to a variety of industry sectors.
You will be responsible for monitoring the medical aspects of evacuations and repatriations, assisting our remote area clinics working with numerous and varied clients, undertaking professional telephone based reviews for our patients, as well as monitoring the appropriateness of the medical treatment provided all while being supported by your team of fellow medical, logistical, and security professionals.
Your background
Essential to performing in this role is proven experience working within emergency and primary healthcare settings, full AHPRA registration as a Medical Practitioner as well as a passion for assisting others and strong customer service standards.
Communication is the key as you will be working closely with global counterparts and locally based professionals, as well as producing medical recommendations to our medically and non-medically trained clients and stakeholders. The ability to speak a secondary language is also desirable.
Global Medical Assistance
International SOS have 27 global Assistance Centres with medical and non-medical professionals available anytime 24/7. The Assistance Centres provide preventative programmes and respond to routine through to emergencies for multinational corporate clients, governments and NGOs to mitigate risks for their people working remotely or as they travel domestically and overseas.
Within the Assistance Centres there are more than 5600 medical professionals with extensive experience in all fields of medicine coupled with a thorough knowledge of the local environment and healthcare system.
The Assistance Centres are further complemented with access to a vast network of 77,000 accredited providers in healthcare, aviation and security services, which allow us to provide our clients with the highest standards of service in the air and on the ground.
International SOS - The Company
International SOS ( is the world's leading medical and travel security risk services company.  International SOS cares for subscriber clients across the globe, from more than 850 affiliated locations in 92 countries. Our expertise is unique: more than 11,000 employees at these locations are led by over 1,400 doctors and 200 security specialists.
For more information about the role contact Danielle Thierrij, Recruitment Partner.
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McArthur is expanding its Disability Care and Community Support Services to Sydney with a view to further expansion in Queensland.
With our strong market footprint in Community Services, the Manager Care and Community Support will have an excellent foundation for leveraging existing relationships whilst building new ones to promote the roll out of these services across NSW as well, as overseeing and coordinating the efforts of all staff engaged in the Care and Community Support division.
As a provider of in home support services, you will be responsible for the provision of care primarily to clients with a disability. To do this well, you will have an intimate knowledge of the disability sector, experience in recruiting, retaining and managing casual workforces, with a focus on quality and compliance, and a passion for meaningful relationships with all key stakeholders.
An entrepreneurial spirit, coupled with solid marketing, sales, staff and financial management experience will position you well for this role. In addition, you will be a competent networker with key referrers such as the NDIA, SIRA, Trustees of protected estates and Insurers.
Reporting to the State Manager NSW, you will enjoy a productive and supportive working culture, exceptional colleagues working in related fields, and the knowledge and pedigree of an organisation that has been operating for 50 years.

Should you meet the brief, please forward your CV to ***** + click to reveal by 21st May 2018.
The Organisation
This organisation is a large Not For Profit Aged Care organisation offering In-Home-Care and Respite relief to Older Persons.
They provide a person-centred and culturally specific service to their culturally and linguistically diverse client base to live comfortably at home as as well as offering respite care.
The Role
Overseeing 8 day care respite centres, you will be providing assessments based on current programmes and individual needs and coordinating wellness and recreational activity plans.
Working closely with the support workers and Case Workers, you will be integral in bringing together the different respite centres to provide a consistent programme in line with the common goal of well-being.
The Successful Candidate:
You will have a qualification in recreation and leisure, aged care or similar You will have aged care experience Take initiative and work creatively You will have an understanding of how groups are run  Ability to work alongside legislation and guidlines Have a strong Cultural Awareness
On Offer:
Competitive salary + salary packaging Work for a great Not For Profit organisation
To apply hit APPLY NOW as we will be shortlisting for this position soon.
For a confidential discussion OR to find out more about the role please call on *****25 + click to reveal.
Supportive team environment Full-time, Part-time and Casual positions Current AHPRA Registration
Are you an Enrolled or Registered Nurse with excellent interpersonal and customer service skills, and a passion for delivering high quality patient care? Campbelltown Private Hospital is looking to employ Enrolled and Registered Nurses for their Scrub/Scout Unit. Suitable applicants with the right clinical background are encouraged to apply. CNS Positions will be considered.
As a Enrolled/Registered Nurse your responsibilities will include:

Deliver evidence based nursing care Liaise with the multi-disciplinary team Ensure patient and staff safety Supervise, direct and guide nursing team members to deliver patient care Deliver education and support to individuals/patients for the management of their health recovery, rehabilitation or end of life needs

Campbelltown Private Hospital is a purpose built private hospital located in Park Central, the ever-growing medical hub of Campbelltown. Our modern facilities include 8 Operating Theatres, 52 Surgical beds, 16 bed Day Surgery Unit and 34 bed Rehabilitation Unit. We offer excellent employee conditions with extensive support offered by our Management Team.
Our specialities including Orthopaedics, Bariatric, Neurosurgery, Plastics, ENT, Urology and General, including laparoscopic work, Colorectal, Dental, Pain Management, Gynaecology and Gastroenterology.

Essential Criteria:

Current Registration with AHPRA Minimum 2 years experience within a Perioperative Environment Commitment to Quality Patient Care Compliance with ACQSHC National standards Sound clinical decision making and problem solving skills Excellent communication and customer service skills Works well independently and within a team Basic computer skills

Applications close: Friday 1 June 2017
For further enquiries: Susie Cicuto, Director of Clinical Services *****63 + 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.
Who is APM
APM (Advanced Personnel Management) is a leading Australian-owned international human services organisation delivering employment, injury management/vocational rehabilitation, assessment, allied health intervention and community care (aged care and disability care) services. APM delivers these services from 400-plus locations across Australia, in New Zealand and the UK. Each year, APM assists more than 130,000 people.
Who are we looking for?
Allied Health Professional to provide rehabilitation services to our largest National customer, the Australia Defence Force (ADF) on-base at HMAS Kuttabul at Potts Point, and non ADF members. You will provide rehabilitation services to members who have suffered from an injury or illness and assist in returning the member to their duties and/or full deployment.
Day in the life of a dedicated APM consultant
Work on dedicated ADF base Provide rehabilitation services to a variety of ADF members Conduct initial assessments and develop return to work plans Undertake case reviews with onsite medical and health professionals Conduct specialised assessment services related to your discipline
What you will need to join our team?
Allied health qualifications in Occupational Therapy/Physiotherapy/Exercise Physiology Professional registration or Membership with AHPRA//ESSA Minimum 12 months experience in injury management /vocational rehabilitation Outstanding interpersonal, negotiation and communication skills Exceptional time management Current Driver's License Australian Citizenship
Why you want to join us at APM?
Diversity of work Opportunities to move across APM Divisions Secondment opportunities that keep it interesting and challenging Performance incentive program Professional development allowance Laptop and smart phone Flexible work environment Vehicle salary sacrifice options Discounted health insurance
If you meet the role requirements as outlined and you have the energy and passion for this exciting role, or you know someone who does, we would love to hear from you!
Applications will be considered as they are received so you are encouraged to apply as soon as possible. Please contact Melanie on *****06 + click to reveal to discuss the role or for a Confidential discussion.
No Agencies please
Indigenous people, people of culturally diverse backgrounds and people with disability are encouraged to apply.
Charterhouse Medical is a Top 3 medical recruitment consultancies in Australia. All our high-performing specialist Divisions are now keen to go through their next phase of growth, and as such want to hear from committed, career focused recruiters to take up strong, established desks. 
Charterhouse Medical enjoys both good job flow and good candidate flow across both the public and private sector. The environment is supportive, the training is good and the chance to leverage off what has been achieved to date is high. 
Charterhouse Medical are expanding their Emergency Medicine team and looking for a Passionate and well-driven recruiter to take on a desk working with all levels of doctors, up to Consultant within the fast-paced ED industry.
The ideal candidate will have at least 3 years in Recruitment (ideally Medical) be well organised and able to adapt to market trends.
The department currently comprises of 3 other recruiters, who each run their own highly transactional desks, 2 covering the junior side and one at consultant level. You will be working with in this close knit team and highly supported from your colleagues, including full administration support.
You will go through a thorough induction in the first 4 weeks where you will learn the specialties, systems and processes to help you achieve your targets.  
If you are interested in finding out more please contact David on either *****05 + click to reveal or *****57 + click to reveal,or if it is more convenient for you *****  + click to reveal