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Registered Nurse Remote Area Nurse

Are you seeking an agency that looks after you and your needs? LHD Nursing does for you, we are your nurse concierge.

LHD Nursing Recruitment Solutions is currently seeking highly experienced Registered Nurses with Remote Health experience to work in the Northern Territory.

Our client is remote health service based in the heart of Australia, based in a stunning part of Australia, you will be able to travel in your days off and work with a great team.

We are looking for a Remote Area Nurse to work within this remote community, you will be working with 3 Remote Area Nurses, you will be given complete orientation in Alice Springs before being flown to the community where you will be required to treat patients within the community, primary health care checks and attend to all emergencies.

We are looking for a senior nurse that has strong RAN experience as such you must have REC, MEC and Pharma certificates.

Benefits:
High salary
Free accommodation
Remote allowance
High salary sacrifice
Isolation and other fun extra’s as well

Desired Skills & Experience:
AHPRA registration (without restriction’s)
Proven Remote Area Nurse Experience
Proven Clinic experience
Recent REC, MEC and Pharma courses
The right to work and live in Australia
Certified to give immunisations
2 recent references

If you are a Remote Area Nurse seeking a challenge and a change apply to Leigh at LHD Nursing Recruitment Solutions today
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Discover a unique and rewarding career looking after the health of our Australian Defence Force (ADF) Members as a Dental Assistant/Health Clerk on base - Located in Darwin (Robertson Health Centre).
Healthcare Australia (HCA) is the leading healthcare recruitment solutions provider of nursing staff, allied health professionals and medical specialist placements in Australia with operations in every state and territory.
On behalf of Medibank's Garrison Health Services, HCA has been subcontracted to deliver the ADF On-base Primary Healthcare Services.
 
Keeping ADF Members fit and healthy means that you're making a real difference in protecting our country. Not only will you be embarking on an exciting career, you will also gain a new perspective by delivering one of the most fulfilling jobs in healthcare.
 
The Dental Assistant is responsible for the provision of chair-side assistance to the Dentist in the delivery of dental services to ADF Members in accordance with Defence Policies and Procedures.
The position will commence as casual/locum, with the opportunity for part/full-time employment should the opportunity arise. 
To be successful for consideration as a Dental Assistant you will need to meet the following criteria.
Essential Requirements
Be an Australian Citizen Certificate III in Dental Assisting A minimum of 2 years recent full-time chair-side dental assisting experience Current first aid and cardiopulmonary resuscitation certification - must be current at time of employment Ability to work as part of a multidisciplinary team to deliver a high standard of care to patients and work with limited supervision within a dental surgery Must have the ability to successfully complete a criminal history check Ability to hold a baseline security clearance with the Australia Government Security Vetting Agency Previous experience working with the Australian Defence Force will be viewed favourably
In addition, as a Dental Assistant you will be required to
   • Assist with dental administration, including Health Clerk shifts
   • Adhere to privacy legislation and Defence Policies and Procedures in relation to         the protection of Personal Information
Benefits of working with HCA Defence
On top of a rewarding career and competitive salary package, you will also receive many other benefits:
Opportunity to work locum hours at ADF On-base Health Centres - great for work/life balance. An adventurous lifestyle, teamwork driven culture and the chance to work with patients who are fit and motivated to stay healthy, helping you to keep motivated too.
To apply please click on 'Apply for this job' and follow the prompts
 
With thanks
Lorraine
Lorraine Kooymans
Senior Recruitment Consultant
Nursing and Dental Ancillary
HCA - Defence
Healthcare Australia Pty Ltd
Phone: *****65 + click to reveal
 
Level 1, 100 Ipswich Road
Woolloongabba QLD 4102
Australia
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Currently recruiting multiple opportunities for experienced Sonographers to work within a Darwin Hospital! These opportunities have plenty to offer including a diverse and challenging role, with the ability to develop your career as a sonographer!
Offering a diverse workload you will be required to complete a variety of scans daily which will allow you to continue to upskill your whilst working within a highly regarded private practice, utilising leading edge technology you will be working within a fast paced and busy environment.
Responsibilities will include:
Performing diagnostic imaging procedures Completing a comprehensive examination for each patient as per referral request
To be successful you will have:
Post graduate experience as sonographer Exposure to a variety of platforms Extensive skills list, with ability to do all scans Registration with ASAR Exposure working within a hospital setting is essential Current National Criminal Record Check
In return for your hard work and dedication you will receive a competitive salary and the ability to work within an experienced and reputable team. While continuing to develop your skills gaining exposure and possible opportunities for career development within a supportive clinical environment.
This opportunity has the ability to be a long term career with career development and professional training, if you are interested in a new opportunity apply today!
As a specialised medical recruiter our service to Medical Imaging Technologists also extends to sourcing you the ideal permanent or Locum role. Therefore I am keen to hear if you are considering a change or simply want a confidential chat about what is happening in the market or possible options for the future.
Competitive salary on offer for the right candidate.
For further details please contact Ebony Kemlo on *****00 + click to reveal
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3 months casual contract based in Yurrwi
We have an exciting opportunity for a skilled and enthusiastic coordinator to join our Remote School Attendance Strategy team, working in the community of Yurrwi.
The RSAS Community Coordinator role is aimed at providing high level support and mentoring for our Yolngu RSAS team. You will work closely and sensitively with your team members, local parents and other community stakeholders to achieve the RSAS program goal of 90% school attendance on a regular basis.
ALPA is owned by the Yolngu people of East Arnhem Land and governed by an Indigenous Board of Directors. We started as a co-op of community stores in sheds 44 years ago and have grown to become the largest Aboriginal Corporation in Australia. We now have over 1000 Indigenous employees and a 1.2 million square kilometres operational footprint.
In both 2015 and 2016 ALPA was recognised as the NT Large Employer of the Year in the NT Training awards and made in into the final three organisations in the National Training Awards in the same category. We strive to enhance the social and economic development of our employees and members giving primacy to their cultural heritage dignity and desire of equality with their fellow Australians by providing sustainable jobs, appropriate training and driving economic development everywhere we operate.
Ideally, you will have experience in the following:
Previous experience living and working in remote communities. Previous experience, knowledge and understanding of the RSAS program. High level of communication and interpersonal skills with indigenous people living in remote communities. Experience and/or qualifications in human services, employment services, community welfare, social work or community development. Ability to process comprehensive information on computers and online platforms. Current driver's license or ability to obtain one (depending on location)
About the role:
This is a 3-month contract on casual basis The successful candidates will need to possess excellent problem solving skills, have substantial knowledge and experience with safety precautions and have the ability to work autonomously.
If you want to join an organisation making a difference to the lives of indigenous Australians, and truly see your contribution count - don't delay, apply now!
To find out more please contact Monika Kaul Guha (HR Business Partner) at *****@alpa.asn.au + click to reveal. Please ensure you follow the link below to apply for this position.
Your application should include a covering letter that details your relevant skills and experience (and an up-to-date resume.
All applications will be treated confidentially.
To apply for this job go to "www.alpa.asn.au/current-jobs" & enter ref code: 4163642.
Applications close 01 June 2018
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Multiple opportunities have just become available within Darwin Hospital! If you are looking for an exciting and diverse opportunity utilising leading edge technology this is the role for you!
Due to the nature of these roles we are currently seeking experienced General, CT, Mammography and MRI Radiographers, to work within the capital of the Northern Territory.
This opportunity has plenty to offer including a variety to work within highly regarded and respected Hospital, working within a fast paced and busy environment you will never be bored within your role!
Responsibilities will include:
Performing diagnostic imaging procedures across different modalities - General, CT, Mammography and MRI Assisting radiologists when required Completing a comprehensive examination for each patient as per referral request Trauma and occasional theatre assistance
To be successful you will have:
Post graduate experience as General, CT, Mammography Radiographer Exposure to a variety of platforms and confidence as Registration with AHPRA Exposure working within a hospital environment is essential Current National Criminal Record Check
In return for your hard work and dedication you will receive a competitive salary and the ability to work within a team of professionals to grow and develop your skills gaining in a professional environment. This opportunity also has various career development options within a supportive clinical environment.
The opportunity to complete shift and on call work also exists within these vacancies!
If you are interested in working across multiple modalities or even upskilling in the future we want to hear from you. With multiple opportunities available we encourage experienced radiographer with knowledge of two or more modalities to apply today!
For further details please contact Ebony Kemlo on *****00 + click to reveal.
If you are looking for an exciting opportunity in a wonderful location please forward your CV through Seek.
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Medical Receptionists
General + Specialty Practice seeking a friendly “can do” personality to join our team.
Personal attributes:
Friendly and enthusiastic disposition Strong communication skills Empathetic and caring approach Good work ethic Multi-tasker and organised Flexibility with work availability Ability to work in the team and autonomously Calm under pressure
Responsibilities:
Greeting patients Ensuring Doctors and specialists diaries are well managed Theatre booking Ensuring Doctors requests are met Answering phones in a timely manner Managing patient enquiries with professionalism and sensitivity Ensuring a high standard of care to our patients Liaise with allied services and other health care providers
Desirable:
Experience with Medical billing + Best Practice Software Knowledge of Medicare /DVA + Health fund billing Medical Terminology
 
Due to the high number of applications we receive we will only be contacting applicants who progress to interview.
Please send your applications to  *****@territorymedical.com + click to reveal attention Lindy
 
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APM- Delivering NDIS in your community
APM is working with the National Disability Insurance Agency (NDIA) to implement the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) to support a better life for hundreds of thousands of Australians with a significant and permanent disability.
Who is APM?
Advanced Personnel Management (APM) is an Australian owned, international human services organisation with 400-plus locations across Australia, New Zealand and UK. We specialise in Employment Services, Injury Management, Vocational Rehabilitation, Assessment, Allied Health Intervention and Community Care and assist more than 130,000 people annually. We are looking for a Workplace Trainer to support our team based in the Darwin region.
About the Position
The Workplace Trainer is responsible for delivering the initial and ongoing staff training to our Local Area Coordinators, Team Leaders and Administrators. You will be required to monitor completion of staff training and ensuring competency levels are achieved within deadlines. You will also be required to provide LAC and admin support as required and have the ability to work well both in a team and autonomously.
What are we looking for?
Formal qualifications in Training & Development Extensive experience in delivering training within a medium to large organisation Comprehensive knowledge of NDIS and demonstrated understanding of issues encountered by people with disability An approachable and positive attitude to enhancing skills of others Ability to interpret and deliver training guidelines effectively Previous experience in a virtual team
What we can offer you:
Flexible working arrangements Continued professional development and progression opportunities Access to and support from industry leaders within the organisation Personal use of a smart phone & laptop Vehicle and airline salary sacrifice options Discounted health insurance Essential Requirements:

Certificate IV in Training and Assessment or Equivalent Eligible to work in Australia Pass a Criminal history check Obtain a Working with Children Card Access to transport (e.g. your own vehicle) to travel to locations in the community Indigenous people, people of culturally diverse background and people with disability are encouraged to apply. APM will be able to explore adaptations to the work environment if required.

To see more on the NDIS service, go to:
https://www.ndis.gov.au/people-disability/examples-services-and-support.html
If this sounds like you, click on the APPLY button on this page.
 
For further information or a confidential discussion, contact Melanie on *****06 + click to reveal
 
**No agencies please
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Are you able to work collaboratively and communicate effectively within a multi-disciplinary team; provide a high standard of service delivery and clinical outcomes within budget, whilst complying with relevant legislation and regulations? Then this role is for you.
Position Responsibilities -
The position is responsible for providing leadership and direction to the ward/unit to complement the strategic direction, operational processes, budget and business direction of the hospital/facility.
You will provide operational direction for the unit/ward to ensure efficient and effective management of the area and coordinate the delivery of nursing care that is evidence based. In addition you will be accountable for the effective management of human, financial and material resources and ensure customer service is maintained at optimal levels. You will undertake direct patient care as required providing guidance and support to less experienced members of the nursing team.
Darwin Private Hospital, part of the Healthscope Group of Hospitals, is a 108 bed hospital. It is the only provider of private hospital services in the Northern Territory.
Selection Criteria: Current Registration with AHPRA Working with Children check (if relevant) Previous experience at NUM level or equivalent Experience in the Acute setting Degree in relevant specialty area Compliance with ACQSHC National standards Excellent verbal and written communication skills A strong commitment to developing in a management role A commitment to a high standard of clinical and customer focused care High degree of computer literacy including MS office and various data bases Ability to work cohesively within a team environment Proven time management and prioritisation skills Demonstrate a sound knowledge base in labour management Demonstrated HR management experience A management degree or working towards desirable
Applications close: Sunday 17 June 2018
For further enquiries: Jo Seiler - General Manager/Director of Nursing, *****@healthscope.com.au + 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 your CV along with the contact details for two professional referees.
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An amazing opportunity exists for the right candidate to manage our Women's and Children's Services Unit and we need you!
The right candidate will be an enthusiastic team player who enjoys the challenges of developing a new service. You will work in close liaison with key stakeholders to provide innovative care options for mothers and neonates.
Position Responsibilities - The position is responsible for providing leadership and direction to the ward/unit to complement the strategic direction, operational processes, budget and business direction of the hospital/facility.
You will provide operational direction for the unit/ward to ensure efficient and effective management of the area and coordinate the delivery of nursing care that is evidence based. In addition you will be accountable for the effective management of human, financial and material resources and ensure customer service is maintained at optimal levels. As the Women's and Children's Services Nurse Unit Manager you will undertake direct patient care as required providing guidance and support to less experienced members of the nursing team.
Darwin Private Hospital, part of the Healthscope Group of Hospitals, is a 108 bed hospital. It provides a broad range of multiday and day surgery including, Obstetrics & Gynaecology, Paediatrics, General Surgery, Orthopaedics, Ophthalmology, Plastic and Reconstructive, Urology, Gastroenterology and ENT and Cardiac Catheter Laboratory. Darwin Private Hospital is the only provider of private hospital services in the Northern Territory.
Selection Criteria: Current Registration with AHPRA Thorough understanding of ACHS principles, processes and procedures Minimum of 5 years’ experience in a Senior Nursing Role Working with Children Clearance Experience in the Acute setting Degree in relevant specialty area Excellent verbal and written communication skills A strong commitment to developing in a management role A commitment to a high standard of clinical and customer focused care High degree of computer literacy including MS office and various data bases Ability to work cohesively within a team environment Proven time management and prioritisation skills Demonstrate a sound knowledge base in labour management Demonstrated HR management experience A management degree or working towards desired
Applications close: Sunday 17 June 2018
For further enquiries: Jo Seiler - General Manager/Director of Nursing, Jo.Seiler@…show email
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 contact details for 2 professional referees.
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About Active Body Conditioning (ABC)
Our mission is to be a welcoming voice to the world of health and fitness services unrivalled in levels of customer service and results.
Our day to day is spent in physical rehabilitation and chronic disease management in both clinical and gym-based settings. We deliver a wide range of practice from: individual rehabilitation sessions, Work Cover cases, chronic disease management, rehabilitating defence force veterans and strength and conditioning for everyday healthy people!
We offer customised programs, nutritional guidance and registered health professionals to help guide you to what works best for you!
If you have a true passion for health, fitness, training, and nutrition and a keen interest in helping see real change to people’s daily fitness journey then we WANT YOU!
 
Business Values & BENEFITS:
POSITIVITY ACHIEVEMENT WITH EXCELLENCE CONTRIBUTION GROWTH & CONTINUOUS IMPROVEMENT GYM MEMBERSHIP VARIED CASELOAD
 
Key responsibilities include:
  Ability to work independently and unsupervised   Assessing & ongoing monitoring of clients   Working individually & with groups of clients   Communicating & reporting to other health and medical professionals   Health education and promotion for patients   Being able to work independently and unsupervised   Being comfortable leading group sessions
 
Essentials for fitting in:
A fun and positive personality Interpersonal skills Genuine passion for the fitness profession Practices what you preach. Action-orientated with the ability to deliver effective guidance and advice without procrastination. Keen interest in personal and professional growth Community focussed YOU NEED TO CARE
 
NJF Wellness offers ongoing training and professional support to help progress you throughout your career. If you are dedicated to providing high quality evidence-based practices and administer effective programs.
 
Required experience & education
Bachelor’s degree in Exercise Physiology  ESSA Accreditation Exercise Physiologist: 1 year CPR & Current First Aid
 
This opportunity will see you join a dynamic team of exercise professionals who share a common set of values and are committed to the health and wellbeing of our clients.
We include an attractive relocation package. We want you to know that we are known as place that values great employees and that we are an employer that takes care of our people.
 
Don't miss this great opportunity!
 
Submissions should be provided by the 20th of June 2018, apply in writing to: russell@activebodyconditioning or call reception on *****07 + click to reveal.
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Location: Darwin, NT
Position number: A27
Base salary range: SPO $85,394 - $95,811 pa + entitlements
Contract term: 3 years
As the largest peak Indigenous organisation in Australia, Northern Land Council (NLC) provides a family-friendly and flexible team environment with attractive remuneration packages, five weeks annual leave, district allowance, super, salary sacrifice, airfares and other entitlements.
The NLC is at the forefront of Native Title work and has numerous ongoing applications, agreements and settlement negotiations underway.
The successful applicant will be required to assist with the coordination of research work and, where necessary, prepare the NLC’s anthropological documentation and responses for Native Title Determination Application and settlement negotiations.
You will have the ability to provide logistical support to a small and dedicated team and to work under pressure to meet deadlines, including experience working with interpreters, and managing budgets, projects and reports.
Excellent communication, organisational and administrative skills are required, as is a Degree in Anthropology or related discipline with at least three years post graduate and field research experience, preferably with Aboriginal people.
Applicants should possess a good knowledge of the Aboriginal Land Rights (Northern Territory) Act 1976, the Native Title Act 1993, the Northern Territory Sacred Sites Act 1989 and other legislation which affects Aboriginal people in the NLC region.
Significant travel to remote areas using 4WD vehicles is involved so possession of a ‘C’ class driver’s licence and ability to drive safely is essential, as is a willingness to work in remote locations for extended periods.
Contact person: Carol Christophersen *****32 + click to reveal
Applications close COB Monday, 4 June 2018
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Grass Roots Dental
DENTAL ASSISTANT
Grass Roots Dental has a full time position available for an experienced Dental Assistant in their busy Darwin practice.
Must have excellent communication skills and a desire to work within a progressive fast paced dental practice.
Contact Kathryn Peachey *****34 + click to reveal for details Email CV and cover letter to
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Psychologist or Social Worker | Clinical Services Team | WA or NT Long Term Contract Positions Excellent remuneration Vacancies Australia wide in all major cities - Ask me where!
ACM Healthcare is working with a government organisation and are looking to speak with Psychologists & Social workers interested in providing clinical support and service quality assurance to ex-military personnel and their families.
Ideally, you will have extensive experience in assisting the team with triaging and coordination of complex and potentially high-risk clients.
Typical duties of the Psychologist/Social Worker will include:
Triaging and coordinating referrals of complex and potentially high-risk clients escalated to your team via a number of referral pathways. Ensuring escalated cases are identified and promptly triaged. Direct client contact to assess risk and coordinate care responses. Ensuring that cases identified as complex or high-risk are referred to the appropriate office. Relevant record-keeping
Ensuring compliance is align with clinical practice policies. Provision of high level clinical guidance and advice. Assist in the development of clinical program policy advice and procedures. Other duties as determined. Mandatory attributes:
Qualifications and relevant registration with AHPRA as a Psychologist, or Social Worker Must have AASW accreditation Minimum of 24 months experience in clinical service provision Experience in coordinating and assisting in the management of a caseload of complex and potentially at-risk clients Excellent written and oral communication skills, including capacity to liaise with and develop productive relationships with other organisations Due to the nature of the positions, applicants required full eligble working rights within Australia, ato adhere to goverment regulations.
Desirable attributes:
Community or Defence mental health team experience
Expertise in treating substance abuse, mood, and anxiety disorders, PTSD
Contact Anthony on *****99 + click to reveal to discuss this role further or inquire about our other positions available. Alternatively, email Anthony directly on *****@acmhealthcare.com.au + click to reveal
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About the company
This position has become available as part of a nationwide healthcare NFP organisation with hospitals, residential aged care homes and community care services. This role falls under the residential and home care entity who are responsible for delivering a range of services from aged care and disability as well as other support services for the community. The organisation believes in providing the best level of quality and compassionate care for their clients.
About the opportunity
This opportunity has arisen within this organisation to join them as a driven and experienced Service Coordinator who will be responsible as a support for operation and clinical care services in a community and residential setting based close to Darwin.
This is a role which has elements of being clinically focused as well as building and growing home care services. You will be responsible for a team of 12 (including kitchen staff and support workers) and also have on-call duties with accommodation included as part of the package.
The role will be reporting to the Area Manager for the Northern Territory. You will need to be a Registered Nurse and have experience working within a rural and remote setting as well as being comfortable in a leadership capacity in this setting including risk management, clinical aspects (mainly chronic health and end of life care) and be responsible for the direction of services. The ability to development strong relationships as well as management of non-clinicians will also be a key factor for this role.
Skills and Experience:
Tertiary qualifications in Clinical, Allied Health, Social Science or a related field
Registered Nurse with current unrestricted AHPRA registration (is desirable but not essential) Recent experience working in a similar position within Aged Care Community Services in a rural and remote setting Previous experience and knowledge of working with flexible funding packages and community services Strong understanding of Clinical Governance with up to date awareness of industry legislation and quality standards Excellent written and oral communication and networking, customer service skills with the ability to maintain and build upon external relationships within the community and engage internal staff members. Ability to play a ‘hands on’ role within the organisation Experience working within a hot, remote and isolated setting, comfortable with working in an area with hardly any local amenities and happy to work within this environment for a 12-month period. Current unrestricted Drivers Licence and willing to travel
Why this opportunity is right for you
Rewarding opportunity to work in a unique role which isn’t always available within the indigenous community of Australia Attractive salary and benefits including accommodation as part of the package Work with a supportive and dedicated team as part of a NFP provider based in NT
How to Apply
Click apply or contact Sharleen Crooks, Associate Sector Lead *****02 + click to reveal for a confidential discussion.
About us
Health & Aged Care Professionals, a Healthcare Professionals Group business. Recruiting all clinical care, management and operational positions with Public and Private Hospitals; Medical Practices; Imaging Service Providers; Health Insurance Funds; and Aged Care providers, residential facilities and affiliated service providers. For more health or aged care job opportunities visit www.hacpconnect.com. For other healthcare related job opportunities visit www.hpgconnect.com
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APM- Delivering NDIS in your community
Are you a leader that has a passion to help people with disability achieve their social and economic goals?
Are you driven to build a community which values diversity and social engagement?
APM is working with the National Disability Insurance Agency (NDIA) to implement the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) to support a better life for hundreds of thousands of Australians with a significant and permanent disability.
Who is APM?
Advanced Personnel Management (APM) is an Australian owned, international human services organisation with 400-plus locations across Australia, New Zealand and UK. We specialise in Employment Services, Injury Management, Vocational Rehabilitation, Assessment, Allied Health Intervention and Community Care and assist more than 130,000 people annually. We are looking for a number of Team Leaders to manage our Local Area Coordinators (LAC) in the Darwin region based in Fannie Bay and Casuarina.
About the Position
LAC Team Leaders are responsible for management and oversight of LACs and Administrators, ensuring high quality & consistent service and professional practices. You will provide ongoing professional guidance and mentoring to your team and provide relief support to LACs and Administrators. The Team Leader works directly with Participants of NDIS to achieve their goals and establish integrated community awareness.
What are we looking for?
Extensive experience in management or team leader role Proven ability to build and maintain strong relationships and influences within the local community You must have a high level of understanding and knowledge through work or life experience of disability and the impact on individuals Qualification in allied health, disability, human or child services, community services or social work Superior organisational and interpersonal skills What we can offer you:
Flexible working arrangements Continued professional development and progression opportunities Access to and support from industry leaders within the organisation Personal use of a smart phone & laptop Vehicle and airline salary sacrifice options Discounted health insurance Essential Requirements:

Previous experience in a leadership role Eligible to work in Australia Pass a Criminal history check Obtain a Working with Children Card Access to transport (e.g. your own vehicle) to travel to locations in the community Indigenous people, people of culturally diverse background and people with disability are encouraged to apply. APM will be able to explore adaptations to the work environment if required.
If this sounds like you, click on the APPLY button on this page.

For further information or for a confidential discussion, contact
Melanie on 0408…show number.
*No agencies please
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Exciting Not-for-Profit Employment Opportunities Available!
· Immediate Start
· Well regarded NFP organisation, with 5 year funding
· Above Award Salaries
YWCA Darwin operates within a feminist and social justice framework with a vision for: Empowered individuals, women and families in a safe and inclusive community.
YWCA Darwin provides a range of programs in Darwin and Palmerston. These include supported accommodation, youth crisis accommodation, domestic and family violence crisis accommodation and support, medical accommodation, parenting support, support for women in the criminal justice system, youth diversion and two social enterprises. There are currently 60+ employees located over 7 sites with an overall budget in excess of $6m.
Housing and Parenting Support Programs
YWCA Darwin’s Housing Support Program responds to issues of youth and women’s homelessness and provides accommodation for young people and older single women who are homeless or at risk of homelessness.  The Housing Support Program provides an opportunity for a continuum of housing services for young people and older single women, providing case management to respond to homelessness through providing crisis accommodation and working with young people and older single women to move into, or retain, independent accommodation outside of the public housing system. The Housing Support program has the ability to provide a pathway from crisis to independent accommodation for young people and older single women. This will include support and case management for young people with children, and young people and older women exiting care and custodial arrangements. This program is funded until 30 June 2023.
 
The Parenting Support Program works alongside young parents and their children to provide access to peer support groups, learning groups, education support and pathways to education and training. We assist young parents with advocacy support, information and referrals to other services and agencies to contribute to the well-being of the family unit. This program is funded until 30 March 2019.
 
We currently have the following exciting opportunities available:
· Housing and Parenting Support Supervisor
· Youth Housing Case Manager
· Transitional Housing Case Manager
· Housing Support Intake Officer
· Parenting Support Program Case Manager (fixed-term until      
  30 March 2019)
· Housing and Parenting Support Worker
·  CASY House Youth Worker (casual)
For further information and to view the position descriptions, visit www.ywcaofdarwin.com.au. YWCA Darwin pays above award salaries. Applications can be emailed to the Human Resources Manager at *****@ywcaofdarwin.org.au + click to reveal  by COB 4 June 2018.
YWCA Darwin values a diverse workforce which reflects the community in which we operate and encourages people from all backgrounds to apply.
**Please note only those selected for an interview will be contacted.
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Part-time (0.6 FTE) 12 months contract based in Darwin
 
About us:
Menzies School of Health Research (Menzies) is a medical research institute dedicated to improving the health and well-being of Indigenous Australians, and a leader in global and tropical research into life-threatening illnesses.
About the position:
The Child Health Division of Menzies is responsible for a program of multi-disciplinary research that investigates respiratory and ear health, life course and laboratory based research and effective evidence based clinical trials in partnership with external stakeholders, government agencies, communities, community health services, schools and non- government organisations to develop policies and practice to improve the health outcomes for Indigenous and non-Indigenous children.
The Audiologist is required to assess the hearing of all children from 1 to 3 years of age whose parents have consented to participation in a NHMRC-funded clinical trial.  The Audiologist will liaise with NT Hearing Health Program to ensure that all children that are at risk of developmental delay are prioritised.  All participating communities have the appropriate sound proof booths and equipment required.  The successful applicant will be required to travel on a regular (approximately fortnightly) basis to remote NT communities for up to 3 days per week, accompanied by one of the trained research nurses.
Key responsibilities of the role will be:
Identifying, assessing, documenting and treating hearing problems. Discussing these diagnoses with parents and initiating referrals. Managing data collection and maintaining data security
The successful applicant will have:
Postgraduate qualification in Clinical Audiology and paediatric clinical experience. Understanding and knowledge of health issues affecting the wellbeing of indigenous children in contemporary Australian society. Excellent communication skills including interpersonal skills with a range of audiences. Experience with collaborative partnerships with the capacity to consult, collaborate and negotiate effectively with a diverse range of stakeholders. Experience with basic computer software applications including Microsoft Office and familiarity with requirements for data entry into databases. Willingness and ability to travel on light aircraft or 4WD to remote communities as part of a team for three days at a time, approximately twice a month. The ability to maintain a current Australian drivers licence and a working with children clearance (OCHRE card).
Contact: Nicole Wilson on *****92 + click to reveal or *****@menzies.edu.au + click to reveal   
What we offer:
6 weeks annual leave Option to increase super to 14% Attractive salary package and benefits $105,508 - $113,689 pro-rata salary package (comprising gross salary $82,533 - $89,567 pro-rata, superannuation and salary packaging benefits).
Closing date:  3 June 2018
Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander people are encouraged to apply.
For information on how to apply for this position and to obtain the Position Description and Selection Criteria please visit www.menzies.edu.au/careers or phone *****26 + click to reveal
Applications should be emailed to *****@menzies.edu.au + click to reveal and should include the following information:
A brief covering letter identifying the position being applied for. A statement addressing the selection criteria in the position description. A curriculum vitae (resume). Names and contact details of three referees.
 
 
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  • RA5 & MMM7.
  • $1200 Per Day All Expenses Paid.
  • 16/7 Ongoing (Min 2 Weeks).
This Indigenous Health Clinic situated in Arnhem Land in Northern Territory is needing a locum to cover from 16 July for as long as possible and a minimum of 2 weeks. Here is a great opportunity for you to visit the traditional homeowners of this beautiful land. Visit the rocky escarpments, gorges, rivers and spectacular waterfalls. Enjoy the beauty of wild flora and fauna along with the amazing artwork of the indigenous artists.
You will be working in a health centre providing medical services to the local indigenous community. This will include the management of acute and chronic conditions as well as the delivery of primary health care. The clinic offers excellent support including registered nurses, Aboriginal health workers and other associated ancillary health staff
Benefits:
  • $1200 per day
  • RA5 & MMM7 - High medicare incentives apply
  • Return airfare, vehicle and accommodation
  • DWS approved location
Dates:
  • 16 July ongoing - min of 2 weeks
Qualifications required:
  • Doctors with General or Specialist registration
  • FRACGP or equivalent
  • Medical Practitioners needing 19AB welcome to apply
"Medical Recruitment specialists since 1986"
To apply online, please click on the appropriate link below. Alternatively, for a confidential discussion, please contact Maile McCammon at Medical Recruitment on *****42, + click to reveal quoting Ref No. 15111.


For more job opportunities, please visit
www.medicalrecruitment.com.au
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At Your Nursing Agency our focus is on providing you with the best place to work. We're 100% Australian owned, family friendly and we take the time to care for our staff.
With contracts across Northern Territory we have an ever-increasing demand for your skills within the Aged Care sector.
RN's and EEN's will need:
Current AHPRA Registration Minimum 12 Months recent work experience in Aged Care Current Manual Handling Cert Current CPR Cert Current Police Clearance (if you don't have one, we will provide one for free) A passion for providing quality health care Willingness to travel
Care Workers will need:
Minimum 6 months full time recent experience as a Personal Care Worker Certificate III in Aged Care or Assistant In Nursing Current First Aid including CPR Current Manual Handling Current Police Check (if you do not have one we will provide one for free) Willingness to travel.
We can offer easy transfers to Metro, Remote and Rural opportunities across Queensland, South Australia, Victoria, New South Wales, Western Australia and the Northern Territory. No joining fees, great pay rates, flexible rostering, free uniform and friendly staff who care about your work needs.
Make YNA Your Nursing Agency – apply now or phone *****77 + click to reveal for a confidential discussion.
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Do you want to work for an Agency that cares about you? 
Join YNA: Your Nursing Agency!
Do you want the flexibility to decide where you work? YNA has an increased demand for experienced RN's and EEN's to work in hospitals in Darwin City and across the Northern Territory. We need you now!
 About You:
Current AHPRA Registration Minimum 2 years recent work experience in your discipline A passion for providing great quality health care  Excellent communication skills Up-to-date Mandatory training, current WWCC and police clearance (We can assist if required)
 Benefits of working for YNA include;
Best Pay Rates Joining Bonus* Referral Bonuses* Work when and where you choose Free Police Check Free Uniform and ID Friendly and helpful Allocation staff and great online resources Free Annual Competency Updates Super paid on every dollar
At Your Nursing Agency (YNA) our focus is on providing you with the best place to work. We have friendly and approachable staff that are dedicated to supporting you and your work needs.
So make YNA Your Nursing Agency!
We can offer easy transfers to Metro, Remote and Rural opportunities across the NT, South Australia, Victoria, New South Wales, Western Australia and Queensland. No joining fees, great pay rates, flexible rostering, free uniform and friendly staff who care about you.
If this sounds like the opportunity you are looking for then don't hesitate - either call one of our friendly recruiters on *****77 + click to reveal or apply via Seek below.
 
*Conditions apply
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Do you want to work for an Agency that cares about you? 
Join YNA: Your Nursing Agency!
Do you want the flexibility to decide where you work? YNA has an increased demand for experienced Theatre and Recovery staff to work in both public and private hospitals in Darwin City and across the Northern Territory. We need you now!
 About You:
Current AHPRA Registration Minimum 2 years recent work experience in your discipline A passion for providing great quality health care  Excellent communication skills Up-to-date Mandatory training and police clearances (We can assist if required)
 Benefits of working for YNA include;
Best Pay Rates Joining Bonus* Referral Bonuses* Work when and where you choose Free Police Check Free Uniform and ID Friendly and helpful Allocation staff and great online resources Free Annual Competency Updates Super paid on every dollar
At Your Nursing Agency (YNA) our focus is on providing you with the best place to work. We have friendly and approachable staff that are dedicated to supporting you and your work needs.
So make YNA Your Nursing Agency!
We can offer easy transfers to Metro, Remote and Rural opportunities across the NT, South Australia, Victoria, New South Wales, Western Australia and Queensland. No joining fees, great pay rates, flexible rostering, free uniform and friendly staff who care about you.
If this sounds like the opportunity you are looking for then don't hesitate - either call one of our friendly recruiters on *****77 + click to reveal or apply via Seek below.
 
*Conditions apply