JOBS

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Looking for work?.....Absolute Domestics is looking for domestic cleaners to work in private homes helping busy people with their housework! The work is what we all do in our own homes - dusting, vacuuming, mopping and cleaning. We have plenty of work available right now in and around Flagstaff Hill, Morphett Vale and Crafers.

With regular jobs in nice family homes on offer, enjoy working close to home with flexible working hours – you can request school hours! We provide training, insurance and pay you an attractive hourly rate. Work is in your local area - save on traveling expenses & time.

Requirements: To be considered for this role you must be able to communicate in written and spoken English, have own transport and want permanent work. Temporary overseas visitors with short-term holiday work visas will not be considered. No weekend or evening work available.

Be your own Boss - choose the hours you work and where you work! - Call now and work for Australia's largest Agency for Domestic Cleaners.
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Looking for work?.....Absolute Domestics is looking for domestic cleaners to work in private homes helping busy people with their housework! The work is what we all do in our own homes - dusting, vacuuming, mopping and cleaning. We have plenty of work available right now in and around Newcastle.

With regular jobs in nice family homes on offer, enjoy working close to home with flexible working hours – you can request school hours! We provide training, insurance and pay you an attractive hourly rate. Work is in your local area - save on traveling expenses & time.

To be considered for this role you must be able to communicate in written and spoken English, have own transport and want permanent work. Temporary overseas visitors with short-term holiday work visas will not be considered. No weekend or evening work available.

Be your own Boss - choose the hours you work and where you work! - Call now and work for Australia's largest Agency for Domestic Cleaners.
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Looking for work?.....Absolute Domestics is looking for domestic cleaners to work in private homes helping busy people with their housework! The work is what we all do in our own homes - dusting, vacuuming, mopping and cleaning. We have plenty of work available right now in and around the Hills district, Hornsby district, Manly, Pymble, St Ives and surrounding suburbs.

With regular jobs in nice family homes on offer, enjoy working close to home with flexible working hours – you can request school hours! We provide training, insurance and pay you an attractive hourly rate. Work is in your local area - save on traveling expenses & time.

To be considered for this role you must be able to communicate in written and spoken English, have own transport and want permanent work. Temporary overseas visitors with short-term holiday work visas will not be considered. No weekend or evening work available.

Be your own Boss - choose the hours you work and where you work! - Call now and work for Australia's largest Agency for Domestic Cleaners.
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Stand Alone GP Practice 4 or 5 Days per Week (Monday-Friday) 8:30am to 1:30pm (Negotiable)
Our client is a stand-alone General Practice based in Western Suburbs located half way between the coast and the CBD of Adelaide. An established Practice with modern facilities, our client is best known for providing a family practice offering in which patients have developed a strong bond with their local Doctor over multiple generations. Currently we are looking to appoint the key role of Practice Nurse.
Supporting our GP, Practice Manager and Administration team, this permanent part time role is offered 4 or 5 part days Monday to Friday with some flexibility on hours for the right candidate.
Key Duties include:
Care Plan and Health Assessment preparation including Asthma/Diabetes Childhood and General Immunisations Cervical Screening Emergency triage Woundcare / dressings
For candidates to be considered, Registered Nurses will have current AHPRA registration, CPR, police clearance, working with children and elderly, short course in immunology for nurses and previous experience in working in a GP Clinic setting.
Ideally suiting Practice Nurses looking for a long term permanent part time role in a warm, welcoming Practice that embraces delivering health outcomes for their long-time patients across many generations, this role will see you embraced as a key member of caring and close knit small team.
Interested applicants can apply quoting reference number 1984044 via the apply now function. Email and Telephone inquiries are welcomed to Kane McCard via *****@mconsultingsolutions.net + click to reveal or *****97. + click to reveal Additional details regarding this role can be found on our vacancy page at www.mconsultingsolutions.net
Confidentiality of all applicants is assured.
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Fixed term, term time positions available | Learning Support
          (commencing 22 January 2018 to 7 December 2018)
 
1 continuing, term time position available | Visual Arts        
          (commencing 22 January 2018)
St Joseph's College, Toowoomba
St Joseph's College, Toowoomba is a Catholic Secondary Co-educational College for years 7-12.
 
Applications are invited from suitably qualified and experienced candidates to join a vibrant, innovative, growing and future driven Catholic College.
The Teacher's aide primary role is to ensure the support and development of students and departmental goals of the College. The role will encompass student contact, organising class materials and assisting teaching staff.
The successful candidate will be well organised, an effective communicator, passionate about service delivery and flexible at all times within a Catholic educational environment.
Employment will be in accordance with Catholic Employing Authorities Single Enterprise Collective Agreement Diocesan Schools of Queensland 2015 – 2019.
For more information about Toowoomba Catholic Schools visit our website.
 Applications close: 5:00pm, Friday 1 December 2017
 
Further details can be obtained from Geoff Morgan, Business Manager *****03 + click to reveal or via email: *****@sjc.qld.edu.au + click to reveal
 
 
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Arche Health is a not for profit community-based organisation that provides quality support services to primary healthcare professionals as well as delivering quality health care services to the local community.
Arche Health is seeking the services of an experienced receptionist to provide high quality, culturally appropriate reception services for the Belvidere Health Centre situated in Belmont WA. 
Hours and Days of Work:
Monday to Friday:  
RESPONSIBILITIES
Reception
Booking and greeting patients Patient triage and MBS billings Accounts processing as required Maintaining reception and waiting areas plus consulting rooms in a clean and tidy condition Working closely with General Practitioners and Nurses to maximise MBS billing i.e. team care arrangement, management plans and health assessments Other duties as directed
  Administration
Liaise with internal and external staff regarding iron infusion referrals and bookings Ordering office supplies and maintaining stock levels Assist with data collection to monitor services Have sound computer skills, including Excel and Word
Other
Maintain office spaces, including consulting rooms and kitchen Ensure working environment is clean, tidy and functional Other duties as directed
ESSENTIAL SELECTION CRITERIA
Minimum of 2 years of experience in General Practice Receptionist duties Experienced in working with Medical Director and Pracsoft software Excellent interpersonal and communication skills Ability to work in a team as well as independently Ability to prioritise workload and meet deadlines Willingness to learn on the job Current Police Clearance Current CPR certificate preferable
Closing Date:  30 November 2017
Applicants to submit their resume including the name of a current professional referee via email to *****@archehealth.com.au + click to reveal
Issa Mahmoud 
Accountant/HR Manager
Phone: *****05 + click to reveal
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Permanent Part Time Position – 4 days on / 4 days off roster Location - Canning Vale
SMRC's Regional Resource Recovery Centre is seeking an enthusiastic person with experience in weighbridge operations and customer service.
A suitably experienced person with sound written and verbal communication; interpersonal skills, computer literacy and numeracy knowledge are required.
The ideal candidate will be able to demonstrate:
Receiving and securing income at the weighbridge control office Performing administrative and clerical tasks Ensuring operations reporting is accurate and submitted on time Assist with waste receivables and diversions; and outgoing materials from the facility.
Hours of duty are 8.5 hours per day, three to four days per week, approximately 59.5 hours per fortnight. The roster revolves, 4 days on and 4 days off, and includes working some weekends and public holidays.
This position offers an hourly pay rate of up to $25.7225 p/h plus penalties, five weeks' annual leave per annum and the opportunity to earn up to 14.5% superannuation contribution. The SMRC values its employees and aspires to be an Employer of Choice.
Interested applicants should obtain an information package by visiting the SMRC website at www.smrc.com.au alternatively by phoning Ms Lian Murphy on *****00 + click to reveal or via email *****@smrc.com.au. + click to reveal
Please forward a written application via email to *****@smrc.com.au, + click to reveal alternatively by mail to the Southern Metropolitan Regional Council, PO Box 1501 Booragoon WA 6954 marked "Customer Service Officer, Weighbridge Operations".
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About VenuesWest
VenuesWest takes pride in owning and/or operating 13 of Western Australia's major sporting, recreation and entertainment venues, including not only the currently under construction Perth Stadium and the iconic Perth Arena, but also nib stadium, HBF Stadium, HBF Arena, the Bendat Basketball Centre and Perth Motorplex. Our portfolio of assets is currently valued at over $2 billion and continues to grow.
With almost four million visitors a year, we play an increasingly important role in the lives of Western Australians by offering opportunities for those pursuing elite sport, a range of options for individuals or families choosing to live healthy, active lifestyles and a variety of entertainment experiences for all West Australians.
About the Role
If you are an experienced Lifeguard and want to be part of a team providing first class customer service and being involved with state, national and international sporting events, then this is the role for you! Our Aquatic Centres operate seven days a week between the hours of 4.45am and 10.00pm, and we provide services for elite sports training, events and public use.
We currently have one part time permanent opportunity primarily at HBF Stadium offering a minimum of 76 hours per four week period. There will also be a pool running for a period of 6 months from the initial appointment. Applicants deemed suitable will be placed into a pool from which full-time, part-time, casual, fixed term or permanent appointments may be made for vacancies primarily located at HBF Arena or HBF Stadium. The nature of this role requires mobility between the VenuesWest facilities portfolio as required.
VenuesWest is supportive of a healthy work/life balance and offers with this role a full gym and aquatic membership as well as discounts on our programs and purchases in the cafés.
About the Person
You will have:
Pool Lifeguard Certificate Provide First Aid Certificate Experience working in an aquatic centre Outstanding customer service skills
For any further job related information please contact Cristiano Bradshaw on *****87. + click to reveal
For information on VenuesWest and its venues please visit our website www.venueswest.wa.gov.au
Application Instructions
To apply for this position you must submit a:
copy of your current resume and cover letter detailing your skills and experience working in an aquatic centre as a pool attendant/lifeguard (max 1 page)
A full copy of the Job Description is available as a PDF below, which includes a complete list of the capabilities required to fulfil this role on page 3.
Remember to check the closing date and time for the job you are applying for, as the onus is on the applicant to ensure it is lodged correctly with all attachments and is received on time!
Please submit your application by clicking on the 'Apply for Job' button below. A step by step guide to applying online is available in pdf format below to assist you in this process.
For application assistance please contact Human Resources on *****62. + click to reveal
Assessment
These capabilities detailed in the Job Description outline the minimum requirements for the role in terms of qualifications, experience, skills and attributes for this role.
The selection panel will use these capabilities as the basis of assessment and you will be required to meet all the essential capabilities to be considered for shortlisting and interview.
A selection panel will consider all the elements and information gathered through the recruitment process to determine the most suitable candidate.
Eligibility
To be eligible for employment with VenuesWest you must have the following at the time of lodging your application:
Permanent Appointment:
be an Australian citizen or have permanent residency status a Special Category Visa with unrestricted stay and work rights for New Zealand citizens
Fixed Term Employment:
documentary evidence (i.e. working visa) of your entitlement to live and work in Australia for the duration of the fixed term appointment
Future Appointments
VenuesWest will utilise this recruitment process to place suitable applicants in a pool for a six month period from which fixed-term and permanent appointments may be made.
Workplace Diversity
We are seeking to increase the diversity of our workforce to better meet the differing needs of our customers and to improve equal opportunity outcomes for our employees. Indigenous Australians are encouraged to apply.
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We are currently seeking an experienced Part Time Dental Receptionist to fill a maternity leave contract at our Mandurah practice commencing in January 2018. The duration of the contract is 5 months with possibility of extension.
About Us:
DB Dental is a well-established dental group with 18 practices across the Perth Metropolitan area. Since we started with one dental practice in 1987, DB Dental has continued growing because our patients love the way we look after them. We continue to ensure that our very high standards of professionalism and service excellence are delivered consistently to our patients in every practice.
About the Role:
Maternity Leave Contract for January 2018 – July 2018 Part Time consisting of 3 days a week and Alternate Saturdays. Greet patients and telephone callers in a professional and helpful manner Arrange appointments for patients, including dealing with changes in schedules, confirmation of appointments in an effective manner Provide information on treatment options, contact health funds as required and provide any relevant documentation to the patient as required Process payments, handle cash and assist with resolving discrepancies in patient accounts Complete administrative tasks i.e. sending/receiving mail, processing invoices, ordering stationary, word processing, filing and banking as required Conduct USB downloads from the autoclaves and statims Advise the appropriate parties of any issues/failures in equipment Maintain a professional reception area including carrying out cleaning tasks within the practice Understand and adhere to operational guidelines
About You:
Be warm, caring, reliable, organised, able to work in a fast paced environment and take initiative within your role Have impeccable presentation Able to work independently and within a team in a supportive, positive and pleasant manner Have at least 1 year experience in dental/medical reception (preferable) Able to grasp and apply our current practice approaches and protocols Able to multi-task, with accuracy and neatness, maintain appropriate levels of confidentiality and handle difficult situations Exceptional communication, attention to detail and customer service skills including basic computer skills D4W knowledge is preferred however, training will be provided to the right candidate
If working for a modern, professional and reputable national group with a great support system and a friendly environment appeals to you, then APPLY NOW!
For further information please contact our HR Team at: *****@dbdental.com.au. + click to reveal
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About the business and the role
BACS is Australia's leading Contamination Control Company.  Our clients range from large multinational corporations and major Federal Government departments to small businesses and we operate in all states and territories of Australia.
We are a niche company with 35 years experience at being the best at what we do.  We ensure our clients' facilities are operating to international quality standards.
Our clients love the way we are resourceful and organised as well as the tenacious staff who deliver our high-quality skilled services.
This position is a part time onsite role at one of Australia's leading Data Centre providers (15 hours per week early morning Monday to Friday).
If you like what you've read, want to contribute to making our great company even greater and aspire to a rewarding career, we want to hear from you on how you could fill the full time role available.
Training in all aspects of our technical services will be provided.
Visit www.bacs.com.au for further information about BACS Contamination Control.
You will need to have most of the following to be considered for the role:
Australian Citizenship. Have or are eligible to obtain Security Clearances for Government departments. Current valid drivers' licence. Hold a current police check or are willing to obtain one prior to commencement (requirement for employment). Hold a white card or are willing to obtain one. Highly developed interpersonal skills. Strong work ethic. Self motivated. Independent thinker yet happy to be part of a team. Able to take ownership of your work. Have a client first attitude. Prefer being busy. Outgoing personality. Willing or able to start in short time frame.
Please send your cover letter and CV to Attention:  National Service Manager.
Reference: VICPT - 11.17 to email: *****@hotmail.com + click to reveal
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The Role
Walker Andersen has been engaged by a national organisation to assist in their search for a Taxation Professional.
The opportunity lends itself well to people looking to return to the Professional Services Work Place and offer highly flexible working arrangements to fit in with child care/ school and other commitments that can hold professionals back from full time work.
You will be responsible for managing compliance of a highly diverse population which includes private groups (with a turnover of more than $2M), High Wealth Individuals (who control net wealth of at least $30M), Wealthy Australians (who control estimated net wealth between $5M - $30M) and the Not for Profit sector. 
You will also be:
involved in managing tax evasion and crime across government and internationally.  Managing issues where there are elements of domestic and international tax evasion and crime review and audits to address instances of non-compliance Client engagement  Involved with trusts, phoenix, fringe benefits tax, Division 7A, Aggressive Tax Planning and Not-for-Profit.
The Candidate
Ideally the candidate that I am looking for will be 6 years minimum PAE with a strong background in tax and also have some experience/knowledge of Taxation law. 
We are looking for someone who is has on the ground experience in dispute resolution and is looking for a really interesting opportunity, without the pressures and billable targets of Private Practice.
You will also need to posses: 
Emotional intelligence Drive & ambition Strategic Investigative Commercial Five years within Australia Australian citizen
Benefits
Work you will not find anywhere else Competitive salary The flexible working arrangements to provide the best work/life balance for you Option to purchase four more weeks leave 15.4% superannuation A national organisation Multinational exposure in most sectors An opportunity-rich environment where you can take charge of your career and go somewhere unexpected.
To discuss this rare opportunity in more detail, please contact Emma Miller on *****20 + click to reveal or email *****@walkerandersen.com + click to reveal
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About the role
On behalf of Mater Health, Mater Research and the University of Queensland we welcome your interest in the jointly appointed leadership position of Director, Mater Young Adult Health Centre Brisbane (MYAHCB).
Operational for over 2 years, MYAHCB seeks to establish itself as the leader in providing comprehensive young adult healthcare offerings in the Australian market, bringing together existing clinical services alongside new services for young adults aged 16-25 years. In parallel with the overall Mater strategy the Centre will have research and education embedded with the clinical service, supported by Mater Research and Mater Education.
The Centre is comprises of:
A 21 bed inpatient ward caring for up to 160 young adult medical and surgical presentations per month A dedicated outpatient department caring for over 500 young adults per month with a range of chronic conditions Clarence Street - a drug and alcohol withdrawal service which delivers residential, outreach and day programs for young adults from across Queensland Mater Family and Youth Counselling Service which provides a restorative justice program to young offenders Emotional Health Unit which is a private mental health service providing assessment, treatment and follow-up for young adults
This unique opportunity represents an exceptional chance to build a world class adolescent health service and to define your career in the area of leadership and practice of young adult healthcare. The position allows for flexibility should you have an interest to participate in research or private practice. For research active clinicians with a significant personal research program a start-up package to support research can be negotiated.
Key accountabilities
Reporting to the Director Medical/Chronic Disease Services, the Director Mater Young Adult Health Centre Brisbane holds full accountability in relation to operational leadership in the provision of health care across MYAHCB. This includes all aspects of patient care, quality, safety and experience, as well as the efficiency, financial performance and future sustainability of the centre.
The Director MYAHCB will have clinical, educational and research capabilities and specific experience and expertise in adolescent and young adult health is highly desirable. The role will be supported by the Manager of MYAHCB who will report directly to the Director, MYAHCB, and also will be supported by other key clinical leaders in the centre and in the Medical/Chronic Disease Services Stream.
Key accountabilities will include:
Provide strategic and clinical leadership in the delivery of high quality safe patient centred care and clinical governance processes within the Mater Young Adult Health Centre Brisbane. Lead and participate in Mater wide clinical governance processes. Work with the Mater Health Services executive to lead the integration and coordination of clinical care, education and research to drive exceptional outcomes for patients every time. Facilitate development of a program of internationally recognised young adult research with success national/international grant funding Foster a culture of innovative research and an environment of research excellence through the development of translational research projects, mentoring clinical researchers, and integrating research at Mater Young Adult Health Centre Brisbane with Mater Research, the University of Queensland and other key collaborative partners
About you
To be successful in this role you will have the following skills, qualifications and experience:
Recognition nationally or internationally as an authority in Young Adult Health. A strong track record in publication and attracting competitive research funding and/or in leading research active clinical units. Demonstrated understanding of contemporary models of care for young adults and experience in developing innovative service models. Ability to provide strategic leadership to build and maintain the reputation of Mater Young Adult Health Centre Brisbane. A capacity to work as part of the interprofessional team and other stakeholders within and external to Mater and UQ. Experience in engaging with consumers to inform service development. Highly developed interpersonal skills to communicate effectively with young people and members of the academic, clinical, professional and general community. A personal commitment to mentoring clinical professionals across disciplines and fostering postgraduate research and training. A comprehensive understanding of both public and private healthcare and associated funding models. Medical qualifications registrable in Queensland
Why join us
In return for your skills you will have the opportunity to work for an Australian leader in the field of Health and work with a team who make a real difference to the lives of our patients.
Mater provides benefits not offered in other workplaces. In addition to being part of a workplace that offers compassionate care in the spirit of the Sisters of Mercy, pioneers in the provision of healthcare to Queensland for over 100 years, you will have opportunities to increase your take-home pay with our salary packaging options.
Mater is committed to providing high quality clinical learning, and research, experiences for healthcare professional students and staff, whilst continuing to provide an exceptional health care service to clients and their families
To learn more about this wonderful opportunity please contact Dr Trisha O’Moore- Sullivan, Medical Director Medical & Chronic Disease Services at *****@mater.org.au + click to reveal
If you are interested in applying for this position, simply click on 'APPLY' to attach your resume. If you are having any technical difficulties submitting your application please contact Mater's Recruitment Team (*****@mater.org.au) + click to reveal confirming the role you are applying for and the difficulties you are experiencing.
At Mater, you'll find we live and breathe our values. We are a health care leader that provides care to more than 500,000 patients each year as a private, benevolent not-for-proft organisation - what profit we make goes back in to our business which is why we offer state of the art facilities and the resources to advance your career and provide exceptional care to our patients.
Mater is also committed to environmental sustainability and draws on our recognition of the link between health, climate and the environment which ensures we optimise our position as responsible corporate citizens.
Come and join us; as a Mater employee you'll find the benefits you deserve and the opportunity to be part of a healthcare community unlike any other.
Applicants from recruitment agencies will not be considered at this time.
Posting Notes: South Brisbane || QLD || Australia (AU) || Allied Health ||
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About the role
Are you an experienced Registered Midwife looking for a role in which you can work in a variety of midwifery settings?
Mater Mothers’ Hospital is a leader in the provision of high quality maternity and newborn services and we have a number of temporary positions available with varying hours per fortnight and duration. Our rotational roster enables midwives to work for a number of months in each of the following care settings: Antenatal Clinic, Birth Suites, High risk Antenatal and Gynaecology Inpatient wards and Special Care Nursery.
Your experience and skills will see you become an integral part of the team that is committed to delivering outstanding midwifery care and services, improving the experience and outcomes for women and babies.
The successful applicants will have:
• AHPRA Midwifery registration
• Recent midwifery experience, with a minimum of 12 months post-graduate experience in an acute midwifery clinical setting.
This is a fantastic opportunity to become part of a highly skilled and professional multi-disciplinary team, utilising your enthusiasm and passion for women’s health within a supportive and professional environment. In return, a competitive remuneration package is offered, including significant salary packaging options that can increase your take-home pay. Mater also has a gym and swimming pool and very good access to public transport.
Salary range: $33.73 (RN level 1.2) per hour plus superannuation
Application closing date: Monday 11 September 2017
For further information specific to this position, please contact Sally Cowan or Kay Wilson, Nursing and Midwifery Directors on *****76. + click to reveal
In submitting your application, please include a CV and cover letter outlining your interest in this position, and the skills and experience you would bring to the role. If you experience any difficulties submitting your application, please contact recruitment at *****@mater.org.au + click to reveal
If you are interested in applying for this position, simply click on 'APPLY' to attach your resume. If you are having difficulties submitting your application please contact Mater's Recruitment Team - *****@mater.org.au + click to reveal
At Mater, you'll find we live and breathe our values. We are a health care leader that provides care to more than 500 000 patients each year as a private, benevolent not-for-profit organisation - what profit we make goes back into our business which is why we offer state of the art facilities and the resources to advance your career and provide exceptional care to our patients.
Come and join us; as a Mater employee you'll find the benefits you deserve and the opportunity to be part of a healthcare community unlike any other.
Applications from recruitment agencies will not be considered at this time.
Posting Notes: South Brisbane || QLD || Australia (AU) || Midwifery ||
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"Full citizenship for all people living with a mental illness in Australian society"
 
About the Role:
Part Time (0.5FTE), Maximum term contract available until 30 November 2018  Between Monday to Friday 9:00am to 5:30pm (2.5 days to be negotiated) Salary level CSD Level 2 from $57,170 - $62,811 (pro rata) plus salary packaging + superannuation Based at Neami East Victoria Park 
 
Peer Support Workers are integral members of the team and draw on their lived experience of recovery from mental illness, to instill confidence and hope in others about the journey of recovery.  You must have a lived experience of your own mental illness and a rich understanding of your own processes of recovery. You must be willing to purposefully use your own story to help others further their own understanding of recovery.
 
You will also:
Facilitate Flourish, a peer facilitated recovery-based self-development program Focus on individual strengths and values in aspiring towards personal goals Be willing to purposefully use your own story to help others further their own understanding of recovery
 
You will have:
Relevant experience with supporting consumers with mental illness The ability to work with people and build relationships A high level of energy, enthusiasm and flexibility
 
Why work with us?
Neami offers its staff a variety of incentives, such as:
Comprehensive Learning and Development training Regular reflective Practice Development sessions and coaching with your supervisor Attractive Salary Packaging available Excellent conditions including 3 days gratis leave and industry leading pay rates
 
Please read the Position Description for a complete overview of the role and the skills required.
If you have any questions not listed within the Position Description, please contact:
Rick Ward – Service Manager *****20 + click to reveal or *****29 + click to reveal
Applications for this role close on Sunday 10 December 2017
 
We celebrate multidisciplinary teams and value the rich skills and experiences brought by applicants from a range of sectors and professional backgrounds. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people are encouraged to apply.
 
Please note that no recruitment agency candidates will be accepted for this position.
 
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"Full citizenship for all people living with a mental illness in Australian society"
 
About the Role:
Part Time (0.5FTE), Maximum term contract available until 30 November 2018  Between Monday to Friday 9:00am to 5:30pm (2.5 days to be negotiated) Salary level CSD Level 2 from $57,170 - $62,811 (pro rata) plus salary packaging + superannuation Based at Neami East Victoria Park 
 
Peer Support Workers are integral members of the team and draw on their lived experience of recovery from mental illness, to instill confidence and hope in others about the journey of recovery.  You must have a lived experience of your own mental illness and a rich understanding of your own processes of recovery. You must be willing to purposefully use your own story to help others further their own understanding of recovery.
 
You will also:
Facilitate Flourish, a peer facilitated recovery-based self-development program Focus on individual strengths and values in aspiring towards personal goals Be willing to purposefully use your own story to help others further their own understanding of recovery
 
You will have:
Relevant experience with supporting consumers with mental illness The ability to work with people and build relationships A high level of energy, enthusiasm and flexibility
 
Why work with us?
Neami offers its staff a variety of incentives, such as:
Comprehensive Learning and Development training Regular reflective Practice Development sessions and coaching with your supervisor Attractive Salary Packaging available Excellent conditions including 3 days gratis leave and industry leading pay rates
 
Please read the Position Description for a complete overview of the role and the skills required.
If you have any questions not listed within the Position Description, please contact:
Rick Ward – Service Manager *****20 + click to reveal or *****29 + click to reveal
Applications for this role close on Sunday 10 December 2017
 
We celebrate multidisciplinary teams and value the rich skills and experiences brought by applicants from a range of sectors and professional backgrounds. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people are encouraged to apply.
 
Please note that no recruitment agency candidates will be accepted for this position.
 
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5 positions available Part time, maximum term to 31 December 2018 Located in Goldfields-Esperance
The Role
Be responsible for providing a range of daily cleaning and housekeeping tasks to ensure accommodation facilities are maintained to a high standard of cleanliness, presentation, safety and maintenance. The role also operates on a flexible roster basis from Monday to Sunday including early morning, afternoon and evening shifts.
About You
Proven experience of cleaning and housekeeping work is essential. You will demonstrate high level reliability, organisation and communication skills as well as an understanding of health and safety requirements. You will also have demonstrated experience or understanding of working alongside Aboriginal people.
Benefits
Work for an organisation that makes a difference in the lives of people and communities during times of vulnerability. Excellent salary packaging options are available to increase your take home pay.
For more information please see the position description below or contact Shantel Van Maanen on *****10 + click to reveal or *****20. + click to reveal
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5 positions available Part time, maximum term to 31 December 2018 Located in Goldfields-Esperance
The Role
Be responsible for providing a range of daily cleaning and housekeeping tasks to ensure accommodation facilities are maintained to a high standard of cleanliness, presentation, safety and maintenance. The role also operates on a flexible roster basis from Monday to Sunday including early morning, afternoon and evening shifts.
About You
Proven experience of cleaning and housekeeping work is essential. You will demonstrate high level reliability, organisation and communication skills as well as an understanding of health and safety requirements. You will also have demonstrated experience or understanding of working alongside Aboriginal people.
Benefits
Work for an organisation that makes a difference in the lives of people and communities during times of vulnerability. Excellent salary packaging options are available to increase your take home pay.
For more information please see the position description below or contact Shantel Van Maanen on *****10 + click to reveal or *****20. + click to reveal
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My Place enables people with disabilities and their families to choose and enjoy a lifestyle that reflects their individual preferences and needs.
We have an exciting opportunity for the right person to assist a young man with Autism in his thirties. He has a great sense of humour and loves magazines & DVDs. He has some behaviour support needs and requires assistance with his medication and personal care.
This position will suit a person who enjoys a quiet lifestyle, takes pride in the presentation of their living environment, has well developed skills in managing a household budget and preparing nutritious and healthy meals. The successful applicant will work two consecutive days/nights per fortnight to provide a break to the primary live in co-resident. This is likely to be every second weekend.
There is an attractive salary and comfortable accommodation provided for the respite period. Drivers license is essential. Male candidates are encouraged to apply.
For more information please contact Matteo Lacapra on *****40 + click to reveal or *****@myplace.org.au + click to reveal
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Animal Technician | Part-time
Job No. 569431
Faculty / Portfolio: Faculty of Medicine Nursing and Health Sciences
MARP Directorate
Location: Monash Medical Centre, Clayton
Employment Type: Part-time, fraction (0.8)
Duration: Fixed-term appointment until 25 October 2018
Remuneration: Pro-rata of $53,461 - $60,178 pa HEW Level 03
(plus 9.5% employer superannuation)
Be inspired, every day Take your career in exciting, rewarding directions Be a part of an inclusive, collaborative community
There’s a certain feeling you get from working at Monash University. It’s the feeling that you’re a part of something special. Something significant. And that’s because you’re not just starting your career, or taking on a bigger challenge. You’re making a real contribution – surrounded by energetic, inspiring people who are driven to make a difference as well. Monash is a place where you’ll be able to develop your career in exciting, sometimes unexpected ways – putting you in the best possible position for a rewarding future.
The Opportunity
Monash Animal Research Platform (MARP) is responsible for providing laboratory animals, housing and technical services to the faculty's research base at Monash University.
The Animal Technician performs a range of duties to maintain and breed laboratory animals in accordance with Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) for the ethical care of animals. The role also involves compiling accurate, timely records for researchers and providing optimum animal welfare conditions at all times. In performing these tasks, the Animal Technician plays a key role in enabling MARP to deliver services to its many clients.
You will have completion or near completion of a trades certificate or Certificate III (Animal Technology); or a combination of relevant knowledge, training and/or experience, preferably in the animal or biomedical research industry.
If this sounds like a position that suits your current career focus we look forward to hearing from you.
This role is a part-time position, 4 days a week.
Your application must address the selection criteria. Please refer to "How to apply for Monash Jobs"
Enquiries
Ms Josephine Howden, Acting Facility Manager, *****65 + click to reveal
Position Description
PD Animal Technician
Closing Date
Wednesday 6 December 2017, 11.55pm AEDT
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Project Officer (General Practice) | Part-time
Job No. 569775
Faculty / Portfolio: Faculty Medicine, Nursing and Health Sciences
School of Primary and Allied Health Care
Department of General Practice
Location: Notting Hill
Employment Type: Part-time, fraction (0.8)
Duration: 11 month fixed-term appointment
Remuneration: Pro-rata of $66,823 - $76,756 pa HEW Level 05
(plus 9.5% employer superannuation)
Be inspired, every day Take your career in exciting, rewarding directions Be a part of an inclusive, collaborative community
There’s a certain feeling you get from working at Monash University. It’s the feeling that you’re a part of something special. Something significant. And that’s because you’re not just starting your career, or taking on a bigger challenge. You’re making a real contribution – surrounded by energetic, inspiring people who are driven to make a difference as well. Monash is a place where you’ll be able to develop your career in exciting, sometimes unexpected ways – putting you in the best possible position for a rewarding future.
The Opportunity
This position will undertake a range of administrative, research, implementation and dissemination activities to support the development and publication “Clinical guidelines for the diagnosis and management of work-related mental health conditions in general practice” (Work-related mental health guidelines for GPs).
You will support the project team to finalise submission of the clinical guideline and accompanying dissemination plan to the National Health and Medical Research Council and Royal Australian College of General Practitioners, and conduct preliminary work to inform the development of a national guideline implementation strategy.
We are ideally seeking someone with a postgraduate qualification or will be working towards one within a relevant social science/public health discipline with relevant experience in research in primary health care or an equivalent combination of relevant experience and/or education/training.
If you believe you fit this profile, we look forward to receiving your application.
Your application must address the selection criteria. Please refer to "How to apply for Monash Jobs"
Enquiries
Dr Samantha Chakraborty, Research Fellow, *****98 + click to reveal
Position Description
PD Project Officer (General Practice)
Closing Date
Wednesday 6 December 2017, 11.55pm AEDT
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Ramsay Health Care is a global healthcare company and Australia's largest operator of private hospitals.  The Company is now looking for a dynamic and suitably experienced individual to undertake GP liaison and business development activities on behalf of Shepparton Private Hospital. 
Recognised as one of the finest private hospitals is rural Victoria, Shepparton provides an extensive range of inpatient and day patient services to the local community.  The hospital is equipped with advanced medical, surgical and diagnostic services, high dependency unit, day procedure unit, mental health services and a rehabilitation centre.
Reporting directly to the hospital CEO, this key position will be responsible for doctor engagement and building links between the hospital and general practice community through the promotion and introduction of hospital services and specialists. 
Previous experience as a GP liaison and in marketing / business development will be viewed favourably.
The successful applicant will be able to demonstrate:
An understanding of the medical community - in particular general practice; Excellent communication and interpersonal skills; Excellent IT, planning and organisational skills; Sound administration and reporting skills; Drivers licence
Hours for the position are flexible and could work around school hours if required.
Applications should be forwarded via email to: 
Taren King Koi
GP Education & Liaison Manager
Ramsay Health Care
E:  *****@ramsayhealth.com.au + click to reveal
Applications close at 5pm Thursday, 7 December 2017
 
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Pan Pacific Melbourne is conveniently located in the heart of South Wharf and provides easy access to the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre, Central Business District and key local attractions.
Pan Pacific Melbourne is looking to appoint a Part Time Guest Service Agent to service our guest arrival, departure and enquiry experiences.
The Front Office department operates on a 24/7 basis, therefore we are looking for an associate who is able to work a flexible rotating roster including AM & PM shifts and weekends. Ultimately, you will be the first and last impression of the hotel for our guests.
 Ideally you will have:
Experience in a similar role in a fast paced environment Excellent verbal communication skills A genuine passion for hospitality and Creating Memorable Experiences...
Pan Pacific Hotels Group offers a competitive package, including a competitive wage, laundered uniform, hotel discounts (domestic & international), annual leave, sick leave as well as many other great local benefits including discounted car parking.
If you share our values and are passionate about driving a strong culture of success, results driven and seeking to develop a career with a rapidly growing international hotel brand, then apply today!
*****@panpacific.com + click to reveal
Human Capital & Development 
Pan Pacific Melbourne
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The Role
Walker Andersen has been engaged by a national organisation to assist in their search for a Taxation Professional.
The opportunity lends itself well to people looking to return to the Professional Services Work Place and offer highly flexible working arrangements to fit in with child care/ school and other commitments that can hold professionals back from full time work.
You will be responsible for managing compliance of a highly diverse population which includes private groups (with a turnover of more than $2M), High Wealth Individuals (who control net wealth of at least $30M), Wealthy Australians (who control estimated net wealth between $5M - $30M) and the Not for Profit sector. 
You will also be:
involved in managing tax evasion and crime across government and internationally.  Managing issues where there are elements of domestic and international tax evasion and crime review and audits to address instances of non-compliance Client engagement  Involved with trusts, phoenix, fringe benefits tax, Division 7A, Aggressive Tax Planning and Not-for-Profit.
The Candidate
Ideally the candidate that I am looking for will be 6 years minimum PAE with a strong background in tax and also have some experience/knowledge of Taxation law. 
We are looking for someone who is has on the ground experience in dispute resolution and is looking for a really interesting opportunity, without the pressures and billable targets of Private Practice.
You will also need to posses: 
Emotional intelligence Drive & ambition Strategic Investigative Commercial Five years within Australia Australian citizen
Benefits
Work you will not find anywhere else Competitive salary The flexible working arrangements to provide the best work/life balance for you Option to purchase four more weeks leave 15.4% superannuation A national organisation Multinational exposure in most sectors An opportunity-rich environment where you can take charge of your career and go somewhere unexpected.
To discuss this rare opportunity in more detail, please contact Emma Miller on *****20 + click to reveal or email *****@walkerandersen.com + click to reveal