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Our Infrastructure Maintenance team is on an exciting transformation that will position them as an integral part of the business. This transformation focuses on developing agile people and becoming an innovative and commercially savvy team which is underpinned by enhancing culture and performance. The Infrastructure Maintenance team is at a pivotal point on their journey and is committed to making the most of the opportunity in their hands.
At Queensland Urban Utilities, we believe that only by becoming better and more effective in what we do, we will become a Utility of the Future and achieve our purpose – to enrich quality of life.
The Maintenance Delivery Officer monitors the delivery of infrastructure maintenance programs of work, ensuring contractual obligations and arrangements are met. You are naturally collaborative and thrive on building positive working relationships. As the key contact to our contractors you will ensure issues are resolved, queries are responded to in a timely manner and expectations are managed that align to both the business and contractor needs. This role adds value through effectively managing each contractor relationship to ensure work is completed on time with minimal escalation.
About You
To be successful in this role you will have:
Experience managing contractor relationships Well-developed skills in analysis and problem solving and ability to develop practical recommendations to meet business outcomes Demonstrated high level communication and interpersonal skills, including the ability to clearly articulate requirements, build commitment to achieve customer and client satisfaction Ability to identify continuous improvement opportunities, resolve and take corrective actions when issues arise Demonstrated knowledge of the maintenance of water assets and of relevant regulations/standards is desirable, however not essential.
In return you will be rewarded with:
Career development opportunities Access to discounted health insurance, gym membership rebates Flexible working arrangements Salary sacrificing options including novated leasing, superannuation and more
This is a part time opportunity, approx. 23 hours per week, with some flexibility around days.
About Us
The team at Queensland Urban Utilities takes great pride in providing world class drinking water, recycled water and sewerage services to a population of more than 1.4 million in South East Queensland. Come and join an organisation that is focused on growing a constructive and innovative culture and supporting you to make a positive difference in our customers' lives.
If this sounds like the role for you we’d love to hear from you. Please upload a cover letter and your current resume that demonstrates how you meet the requirements of this role. Applications close Tuesday 3rd October.
For queries about this role contact the Talent Acquisition Team on *****@urbanutilities.com.au + click to reveal
Position Description: PD - Maintenance Delivery Officer.pdf
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Our Infrastructure Maintenance team is on an exciting transformation that will position them as an integral part of the business. This transformation focuses on developing agile people and becoming an innovative and commercially savvy team which is underpinned by enhancing culture and performance. The Infrastructure Maintenance team is at a pivotal point on their journey and is committed to making the most of the opportunity in their hands.
At Queensland Urban Utilities, we believe that only by becoming better and more effective in what we do, we will become a Utility of the Future and achieve our purpose – to enrich quality of life.
The Maintenance Delivery Officer monitors the delivery of infrastructure maintenance programs of work, ensuring contractual obligations and arrangements are met. You are naturally collaborative and thrive on building positive working relationships. As the key contact to our contractors you will ensure issues are resolved, queries are responded to in a timely manner and expectations are managed that align to both the business and contractor needs. This role adds value through effectively managing each contractor relationship to ensure work is completed on time with minimal escalation.
About You
To be successful in this role you will have:
Experience managing contractor relationships Well-developed skills in analysis and problem solving and ability to develop practical recommendations to meet business outcomes Demonstrated high level communication and interpersonal skills, including the ability to clearly articulate requirements, build commitment to achieve customer and client satisfaction Ability to identify continuous improvement opportunities, resolve and take corrective actions when issues arise Demonstrated knowledge of the maintenance of water assets and of relevant regulations/standards is desirable, however not essential.
In return you will be rewarded with:
Career development opportunities Access to discounted health insurance, gym membership rebates Flexible working arrangements Salary sacrificing options including novated leasing, superannuation and more
This is a part time opportunity, approx. 23 hours per week, with some flexibility around days.
About Us
The team at Queensland Urban Utilities takes great pride in providing world class drinking water, recycled water and sewerage services to a population of more than 1.4 million in South East Queensland. Come and join an organisation that is focused on growing a constructive and innovative culture and supporting you to make a positive difference in our customers' lives.
If this sounds like the role for you we’d love to hear from you. Please upload a cover letter and your current resume that demonstrates how you meet the requirements of this role. Applications close Tuesday 3rd October.
For queries about this role contact the Talent Acquisition Team on *****@urbanutilities.com.au + click to reveal
Position Description: PD - Maintenance Delivery Officer.pdf
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PGC Legal is a growing general practice in the heart of the CBD. We are a modern and innovative firm that focuses on providing quality service to our clients.  We offer a solid mix of high quality legal work in a friendly environment that encourages genuine work life balance.
Working in a friendly environment, an opportunity exists for a highly experienced conveyancer to join our team on a part time basis (approximately 20 - 25 hours per week). Applicants with an existing client base will be favourably considered (with the possibility of full time employment available).
This is an exciting opportunity for a person looking to thrive in a busy environment and grow with the firm.
The successful candidate must have strong experience in:
Preparing residential and commercial contracts and Form 1's Managing property sales and purchases autonomously from start to finish Attending settlements (when necessary) Preparing commercial leases Providing advice on property contracts Preparing Sub-division applications Preparing documents including caveats and mortgages
Experience using LEAP will be highly regarded however not essential.
The role is ideal for someone seeking some flexibility in their work arrangements.
Applications to: *****@pgclegal.com.au + click to reveal
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Better Business Basics are looking for a SUPER STAR Bookkeeper!
We are a Cloud based Australian-owned company, have been established for over 10 years and provide a full range of Bookkeeping and Benchmark services nationally to the SME sector. We are an Award-winning business, having won Employer of Choice in 2014 and 2015 and are SA state-finalists in the Telstra Business Awards.
We believe in working differently. We are a company that offers a role with both flexibility and challenge; the ability to learn extensively and to earn based on the value YOU help create.
We are champions of automation, process efficiency and leading the change within our industry and are looking for an experienced, Diploma or Degree qualified Bookkeeper or Accountant with hands-on experience who has exceptional financial skills to join our fast growing Adelaide team. 
The Role:
15 - 30 hours per week Data entry/import into accounting software (Xero, MYOB, etc.) Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable and Debtor Control Reconciliations of all Balance Sheet Accounts including Bank, Credit Cards and Intercompany Accounts Processing of full Payroll function including calculations for PAYG, Superannuation, WorkCover and Payroll Tax Completion of BAS reconciliations and preparation Preparation and delivery of Month End Reports including using our Benchmark software to deliver insights to clients and our Referral Partners Reporting to Management
Benefits of the role:
Choose the flexible working hours you need to integrate with the other areas of your life Benefit from performance-based bonuses in addition to your rate Gain the valuable experience of working with other professional and knowledgeable people in teams on special projects and industry-specific clients Get support from your Regional Lead and our strong team of national accounting professionals Experience first-hand the innovation changing the financial services sector and the SME landscape and learn how you can be a part of this exciting change
To be successful in this role, you'll have:
An Accounting/Bookkeeping Diploma or Degree qualification Advanced knowledge of accounting software - (cloud-based software such as XERO knowledge and experience including XERO Add-Ons will put your application ahead of the pack) A specialty in a particular sector is an advantage but we also welcome those with wide-ranging industry experience too A genuine enjoyment of an environment that has variety and is fast-paced An ability to communicate with a variety of people and exceptional time management skills An appetite and willingness to learn The ability to question the status quo and recognise and implement process improvements as you go
We love new people joining our team - it gives US the opportunity to learn from YOU too. So if you are passionate about aligning yourself with a highly respected and industry-leading organisation, then don't wait a minute longer – apply! We thank you in advance for taking the time to apply for a role with us.
Please note that your application will be treated in the strictest of confidence, only successful applicants will be contacted and all Better Business Basics employees are required to undergo a National Police Check.
Please review our website: www.betterbusinessbasics.com.au and email your resume to: 
Meagan Carroll
*****@betterbusinessbasics.com.au. + click to reveal
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WA
Permanent Part time
The opportunity to be rewarded annually with a financial incentive that is exclusive to our G8 Education Centre Leader Team Career advancement opportunities available Extensive paid professional development delivered by G8 facilitators and Semann & Slattery Develop your future with Australia’s leading provider of Early Childhood Education and Care
G8 Education is Australia’s leading name in providing the highest quality of Early Childhood Education and Care across 480 services nationally, including 21 prominent brands. We strive to deliver meaningful programs that shape our future leaders (our children) with innovative and creative teaching practices that encourage children to explore and discover.
 
The Learning Sanctuary West Leederville has an exciting opportunity for a passionate Early Childhood Teacher/Educational Leader to join the Centre in the Precshool room. We are seeking a high performing employee with the drive to develop amazing relationships with families, whilst building an outstanding learning environment for children. Our Centre is well equipped with resources and programs based on the Early Years Learning Framework curriculum, including a specialised Kindergarten program.
The Learning Sanctuary West Leederville early education and care centre has been specifically designed to create a nurturing and safe learning environment that embraces the Early Years Learning Framework.

For further information and photos of this centre, please visit the website below:
https://www.thelearningsanctuary.com.au/centres/perth-childcare/

Your key priorities will be to:
Assess the needs of each child, monitor their progress and ensure school readiness Ensure that a developmentally and educationally appropriate program is planned and implemented for each child Provide supervision and assistance to other Educators in the room Maintain a positive working relationship with team members Sustain effective communication with parents Ensure health and safety standards are adhered to at all times Maintain and manage the resources for your room
Your skills and qualifications should include:
Holding a Bachelor or Masters of Education (Early Childhood) as recognised by ACECQA,or be studying towards (must be completed by December 31st 2017) A current Working with Children Check  An ability to implement great curriculum A strong understanding of the Early Years Learning Framework (EYLF) and National Quality Standards (NQS) Excellent verbal and written communication skills
Our staff benefits are:
Be part of a team that celebrates success through a dedicated reward & incentive structure paid on top of base remuneration Sponsorship if required First Aid & CPR paid for annually Dedicated focus on professional development A Health and Wellness program (Active8) Annual complimentary flu shots Up to 35% discount on Child Care  Access to employee benefits and discounts including hotels, health insurance, gym memberships, and theme park admissions
If you are ready for your next challenge and want to join a supportive working environment, please submit your application via ‘Apply Now’.
 
Please note the advertising closing date is indicative only.G8 Education reserves the right to close the advertisement before this date is reached. Therefore, it is encouraged that you submit your application as soon as possible.
Enquiries: Centre Manager
Ph: *****55 + click to reveal
Applications Close: 20/10/2017
To view the position description or submit your application please click the 'Apply Now' button below.
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Eastern Health
Permanent Part Time
Enrolled Nurse - Medication Endorsed
Mooroolbark Residential Aged Care Service 
Permanent Part Time 52.5 hours per fortnight rotating roster.

Mooroolbark Residential Aged Care Service is a facility that provides nursing care to residents with specialized needs. We are looking for a dedicated and enthusiastic Enrolled Nurse who preferably has a past experience of working in  the aged care sector, particularly with residents who require specialized  nursing care. In addition, we require an Enrolled Nurse who will provide holistic care to residents that incorporates both clinical care and non-clinical activities.
Mooroolbark R.A.C.S is located at 73A Cambridge Road, Mooroolbark VIC 3138. As part of the Eastern Health network, you will be entitled to salary package, and will be provided with on-site parking. 
Eastern health is the largest public health provider in the eastern suburbs, providing a comprehensive range of high quality acute, sub-acute, palliative care, mental health, drug and alcohol, residential care and community health services to people and communities that are diverse in culture, age, socio-economic status, population and healthcare needs.

Eastern Health operates from many different locations, our largest sites include Angliss Hospital, Box Hill Hospital, Healesville and District Hospital, Maroondah Hospital, Peter James Centre, Turning Point Alcohol and Drug Centre, Wantirna Health, Yarra Ranges Health, Yarra Valley Community Health.

How to apply: 
For full details of the position, please refer to the attached Position Description.
 
For any queries please contact Beaven Masango, Facility Manager: Mooroolbark Residential Aged care facility *****50. + click to reveal
The successful applicant to this position will be required to undergo a pre-employment Police Check 

Recruitment agency applications will not be accepted. 
 
Enquiries: Kate MacDonald
Ph: *****32 + click to reveal
Applications Close: 06/10/2017
To view the position description or submit your application please click the 'Apply Now' button below.
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Richmond
Fixed Term Part Time
 
Perioperative opportunity for Enrolled and Registered Nurses Supported clinical Introduction Program Join a supportive and dynamic team, located in Richmond  
Epworth Richmond is a rapidly growing and fast-paced and dynamic teaching hospital where you will work alongside top-flight practitioners in all areas. You will challenge your skills, broaden your experience and grow your expertise through exposure to a wide range of clinical specialties, treatment options and the latest in technology. Epworth will support you to provide the best possible care to our patients by continually investing in your education, better facilities and technologies. 
Epworth Richmond is seeking organised and dynamic nurses who would like to move their career path into the Perioperative setting.   
Epworth Richmond is an expanding and dynamic health care facility with 28 theatres and is conducting a Perioperative Introduction Program (PIP) beginning October 2017. This four (4) month program is designed to support nurses without any previous experience in a perioperative setting to develop confidence and competence in the Anaesthetics/PACU nursing roles. 
This clinical program provides: 
Opportunity to gain a basic level of understanding in the principles and practice of perioperative nursing Clinical support in the perioperative roles 
To be successful for this role you will be able to commence this Program on 23rd October 2017 (non-negotiable) as well as possess:   
Commitment to learning and developing perioperative clinical practice Best practice in delivering patient centred care Flexibility and excellent organisation skills Ability to work in a fast paced and dynamic team environment Well-developed interpersonal, communication and team skills Current nursing registration with AHPRA Enrolled Nurses – must be IV Endorsed 
A minimum of 12 months post registration acute care nursing experience is desirable. 
When you join our team you will be welcomed into an environment that cares for its employees and prides itself on providing excellence in patient centered care.  You will be well supported by a Nurse Unit Manager, Associate Nurse Managers, Clinical Educators and an experienced Perioperative team. 
On expiry of this program and your successful completion, you may have the opportunity to apply for ongoing employment based on the qualification gained from the Program.
About Epworth
Epworth HealthCare is a world-class, not-for-profit, private health care group dedicated to providing the best possible outcomes for our patients by providing the best possible care. Across our eight locations patients and staff have access to state-of-the-art diagnostic, surgical and procedural technology, world-class theatres and equipment and benefit from the extensive teaching and research occurring at Epworth every day. 
The Epworth Difference is defined by our unique culture and dedication to giving outstanding patient care. From the way we recognise and reward our staff to our attitude toward the patient experience, Epworth is for those with the ambition to get better, give the best possible care and lead their field. 
Epworth is a great choice for staff who want to be part of a cutting-edge, fast paced and progressive environment. 
All appointments are made subject to a satisfactory National Police Check conducted by Epworth and, if required, a valid Working with Children Check provided by the applicant. 
To obtain more information refer to the attached position description. 
Please direct your enquiries to the contact person listed below. 
Applications must be submitted online – to apply for this position click Apply Now 
Note: Applications from Recruitment Agencies will not be accepted.
 
 
 
Enquiries: Julia Mckinnon
Ph: *****29 + click to reveal
Applications Close: 29/09/2017
To view the position description or submit your application please click the 'Apply Now' button below.
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Richmond
Permanent Part Time
 
New state of the art Emergency Department Fantastic educational and leadership development opportunities Great team dedicated to excellence in patient care
 
Epworth Richmond is a rapidly growing and fast-paced and dynamic teaching hospital where you will work alongside top-flight practitioners in all areas. You will challenge your skills, broaden your experience and grow your expertise through exposure to a wide range of clinical specialties, treatment options and the latest in technology. Epworth will support you to provide the best possible care to our patients by continually investing in your education, better facilities and technologies.
 
About the role
We are seeking an experienced, flexible and patient care orientated Registered Nurse who wishes to be involved in providing excellence in clinical care within the Emergency Department at Epworth Richmond. Our 35 bed department opened in February last year and is increasing in attendances and acuity. This is an exciting opportunity for a Registered Nurse who is willing to grow with our new department.
 
Key areas of focus for this role include:
Delivering an exceptional patient experience within the critical care environment Providing high standards of nursing care Encouraging and role-modelling empathy to patients, families and medical consultants
 
About you
To be successful in the role you will:
Hold current nursing registration with AHPRA Possess a current Working with Children Check Have completed or be interested in working towards a post-graduate qualification in Critical Care/Emergency Nursing Have a contemporary knowledge of best practice in critical care and the patient journey Be highly accountable to your patients and their families Be passionate about patient care and achieving high quality clinical outcomes Demonstrate critical thinking and a collaborative approach  Enjoy working as part of a multidisciplinary team with shared values
 
About Epworth
Epworth HealthCare is a world-class, not-for-profit, private health care group dedicated to providing the best possible outcomes for our patients by providing the best possible care. Across our eight locations patients and staff have access to state-of-the-art diagnostic, surgical and procedural technology, world-class theatres and equipment and benefit from the extensive teaching and research occurring at Epworth every day.
 
The Epworth Difference is defined by our unique culture and dedication to giving outstanding patient care. From the way we recognise and reward our staff to our attitude toward the patient experience, Epworth is for those with the ambition to get better, give the best possible care and lead their field.
 
Epworth is a great choice for staff who want to be part of a cutting-edge, fast paced and progressive environment.
 
All appointments are made subject to a satisfactory National Police Check conducted by Epworth and, if required, a valid Working with Children Check provided by the applicant.
 
To obtain more information refer to the attached position description.
 
Please direct your enquiries to the contact person listed below.
 
Applications must be submitted online – to apply for this position click Apply Now
 
Note : Applications from Recruitment Agencies will not be accepted.
 
 
Enquiries: Felicity Black
Ph: *****25 + click to reveal
Applications Close: 06/10/2017
To view the position description or submit your application please click the 'Apply Now' button below.
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Richmond
Fixed Term Part Time
 
Perioperative opportunity for Enrolled and Registered Nurses Supported clinical Introduction Program Join a supportive and dynamic team, located in Richmond  
Epworth Richmond is a rapidly growing and fast-paced and dynamic teaching hospital where you will work alongside top-flight practitioners in all areas. You will challenge your skills, broaden your experience and grow your expertise through exposure to a wide range of clinical specialties, treatment options and the latest in technology. Epworth will support you to provide the best possible care to our patients by continually investing in your education, better facilities and technologies. 
Epworth Richmond is seeking organised and dynamic nurses who would like to move their career path into the Perioperative setting.   
Epworth Richmond is an expanding and dynamic health care facility with 28 theatres and is conducting a Perioperative Introduction Program (PIP) beginning October 2017. This four (4) month program is designed to support nurses without any previous experience in a perioperative setting to develop confidence and competence in the Anaesthetics/PACU nursing roles. 
This clinical program provides: 
Opportunity to gain a basic level of understanding in the principles and practice of perioperative nursing Clinical support in the perioperative roles 
To be successful for this role you will be able to commence this Program on 23rd October 2017 (non-negotiable) as well as possess:   
Commitment to learning and developing perioperative clinical practice Best practice in delivering patient centred care Flexibility and excellent organisation skills Ability to work in a fast paced and dynamic team environment Well-developed interpersonal, communication and team skills Current nursing registration with AHPRA Enrolled Nurses – must be IV Endorsed 
A minimum of 12 months post registration acute care nursing experience is desirable. 
When you join our team you will be welcomed into an environment that cares for its employees and prides itself on providing excellence in patient centered care.  You will be well supported by a Nurse Unit Manager, Associate Nurse Managers, Clinical Educators and an experienced Perioperative team. 
On expiry of this program and your successful completion, you may have the opportunity to apply for ongoing employment based on the qualification gained from the Program.
About Epworth
Epworth HealthCare is a world-class, not-for-profit, private health care group dedicated to providing the best possible outcomes for our patients by providing the best possible care. Across our eight locations patients and staff have access to state-of-the-art diagnostic, surgical and procedural technology, world-class theatres and equipment and benefit from the extensive teaching and research occurring at Epworth every day. 
The Epworth Difference is defined by our unique culture and dedication to giving outstanding patient care. From the way we recognise and reward our staff to our attitude toward the patient experience, Epworth is for those with the ambition to get better, give the best possible care and lead their field. 
Epworth is a great choice for staff who want to be part of a cutting-edge, fast paced and progressive environment. 
All appointments are made subject to a satisfactory National Police Check conducted by Epworth and, if required, a valid Working with Children Check provided by the applicant. 
To obtain more information refer to the attached position description. 
Please direct your enquiries to the contact person listed below. 
Applications must be submitted online – to apply for this position click Apply Now 
Note: Applications from Recruitment Agencies will not be accepted.
 
 
 
Enquiries: Julia Mckinnon
Ph: *****29 + click to reveal
Applications Close: 29/09/2017
To view the position description or submit your application please click the 'Apply Now' button below.
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Part Time
The Royal Victorian Eye and Ear Hospital (the Eye and Ear) is a world leading facility, being Australia’s only  specialist stand-alone eye, ear, nose and throat (ENT) hospital. Internationally recognised as a leader in eye and ear care the Eye and Ear is the largest public provider of ophthalmology and ENT services in Victoria, and delivers approximately half of Victoria’s public eye surgery and all of Victoria’s public cochlear implants. The Eye and Ear has over 80 different specialist clinics for diagnosis, monitoring and treatment of vision and hearing loss and provides a 24 hour emergency eye and ENT service.
 
The hospital operates from a central hub at East Melbourne to ensure ease of access to Eye and Ear specialists. Services are also provided in community settings, such as ENT outpatient appointments at Taralye in Blackburn (an early intervention centre for deaf children and their families), eye day surgery at Northern and Eastern Health, and an audiology/ENT clinic for Aboriginal children at the Victorian Aboriginal Health Service in Fitzroy. Telehealth facilities have been established with a number of  regional and rural health services across Victoria.
 
The hospital is a teaching and research centre and has key partnerships with the Centre for Eye Research Australia (CERA), the University of Melbourne, the Bionics Institute, Bionic Vision Australia and HEARing CRC. The hospital provides medical, nursing and allied health training, with all Victorian ophthalmologists trained through the hospital. In collaboration with Universities and research partners, the Eye and Ear undertakes world-leading research.
 
A major redevelopment is currently underway to create a modern internal structure. The redevelopment will be completed in 2019 and provides an excellent opportunity to continue to build the hospital’s capacity to provide safe, effective and efficient patient centred care into the future.
 
The Role
 
Located at the main reception area of the hospital , you will be part of the Switchboard and the Outpatient Bookings Unit Teams.  You will be responsible for ensuring receptionist and bookings duties are dealt with professionally, that all enquiries are managed in a customer focused, timely and efficient manner, thereby contributing to the best possible outcomes for customers and their families.
 
This is predominatly an after hours and weekend role with shifts ranging from 6pm - 11pm on Weekdays and either 7am -3pm or 3pm - 11pm on weekends.
 
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people are strongly encouraged to apply.
Enquiries: Kathryn Day
Ph: *****61 + click to reveal
Applications Close: 29/09/2017
To view the position description or submit your application please click the 'Apply Now' button below.
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Heidelberg Repatriation Hospital
Permanent Part Time
Austin Health is the major provider of tertiary health services, health professional education and research across 3 campuses in the northeast of Melbourne and state-wide. Austin Health is world-renowned for its research and specialist work in cancer, liver transplantation, spinal cord injuries, neurology, endocrinology, mental health and rehabilitation.
An exciting opportunity exists for a Research Assistant (0.4 EFT) to join the Austin Health CASEA (CAMHS and Schools Early Action) team. CASEA is an innovative early intervention program that assists schools and families to support primary school-aged children with their social, emotional and behavioural development. The CASEA program is delivered in primary school settings and provides targeted child and parent group programs.
The position will suit someone who has a keen interest in early intervention, child development and community-based research.  The role incorporates working both independently and as a member of a dynamic team.
The person will be involved in many aspects of research such as connecting with parents, children, primary school personnel and community agencies; organising and conducting assessments; maintaining databases; preparing data and data entry; and making contributions towards scientific publications and conference presentations.
To be successful in this role you must demonstrate the key responsibilities as outlined in the position description.
Work with us! Your reward is to work in a collaborative environment which will provide you with opportunities for ongoing training and development. Your benefits will include salary packaging, employee assistance program and a staff health centre.
For further information, please review the attached file with the position description included.
Enquires about the role should be directed to Rosalin Shafik-Eid, Acting CASEA Team Leader, on *****62 + click to reveal or email *****@austin.org.au + click to reveal
CV, covering letter and document addressing the selection criteria are all essential.  All applications must be submitted via the Austin Health Careers Portal found on the Austin Health Website.
All appointments are made subject to a satisfactory National Police Check conducted by Austin Health and a Working With Children Check.
Enquiries: Rosalin Shafik-Eid
Ph: *****62 + click to reveal
Applications Close: 15/10/2017
To view the position description or submit your application please click the 'Apply Now' button below.
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Uniting Communities is seeking an Online Crisis Supporter to join our Lifeline team. This is a permanent part time position, working 18 hours per fortnight, based in the Adelaide CBD. 
 
About Us
Uniting Communities is a leading not-for-profit community service organisation in South Australia. With over 1,500 employees and volunteers, we offer a range of multi-dimensional services across the State. Our vision is of a compassionate, respectful and just community in which all people participate and flourish. We support individuals and communities through quality service delivery and advocacy.
 
About The Role
 
The Online Crisis Supporter is responsible for ensuring the provision of high quality Online Crisis Chat Service in conjunction with Lifeline Australia's network of Lifeline Centres across Australia. Hours of work are from 6.30pm to 1.00am.
 
The Online Crisis Supporter will:
Work within Lifeline Practice Model Provide crisis response via online chat Work with people experiencing thoughts of suicide Work within a team environment 
The full Position Description can be accessed below.
 
The successful applicant will:
Have an ability to engage with a wide range of people Excellent written and oral communication skills Excellent typing skills Have an ability to manage competing priorities Have a strong and ethical customer service approach
 The successful candidate must have complete the Lifeline volunteer training and become accredited.
 
About the Remuneration
Dependent on experience and/or qualifications the salary range is $52,000 to $55,000 per annum, full time equivalent.
 
Uniting Communities' employees may take advantage of significant salary packaging arrangements which provide substantial financial benefits. In addition, employees may access flexible working arrangements, development opportunities, an Early Intervention Physio Program and discounted banking and private health insurance.
 
Your Application
Please attach a cover letter addressing the Position Description and a current resume including the names of 2 current referees.
 
As an organisation we take the responsibility to protect children, young people and vulnerable adults very seriously and all staff recruited to work in those areas are required to sign off on and work within our code of conduct and undergo relevant pre employment checks.
Enquiries: Danielle Hanisch
Ph: *****42 + click to reveal
Applications Close: 03/10/2017
To view the position description or submit your application please click the 'Apply Now' button below.
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John Wesley Gardens
Permanent Part Time
Wesley Mission Queensland (WMQ) is a large and dynamic organisation with more than 50 locations throughout South East Queensland supporting 100,000 Queenslanders every year.  To learn more about our dynamic organisation, please see www.wmq.org.au & https://www.youtube.com/user/wmbmedia.
 
 
With the resident at the heart and soul of our person centred care model, every aspect of the operation will deeply reflect the values of this socially purposeful organisation.  Reporting to the Manager and Clinical Coordinator, the Clinical Advisor will be key member of the inter-disciplinary team providing support and empowering staff to meet the social, emotional and physical needs of the residents on a day to day basis.  The Clinical Advisor will also empower the development of meaningful relationships with residents and staff while considering clinical needs and assessment in the context of the seven domains of well-being.  Key responsibilities will include:
Ensure the resident’s right to privacy, dignity and confidentiality are respected and role model ethical care that addresses the diversity of residents. Conduct competent holistic assessment and care planning for resident in collaboration with Care Companions. Provide oversight and management of clinical care including wound assessment, pain management, palliative care and continence management. Undertake ACFI reporting and management. Undertake administration of high risk medications as well as provide supervision of Care Companions administrating medications within their scope of practice. Provide written and verbal reports on the social, physical and emotional well-being of residents and collaborate with other staff to achieve quality outcomes for residents. Provide workplace coaching, guidance, support and supervision to Care Companions and act as a role model for practice and professional conduct. Through engaging and supportive leadership, the Clinical Advisor will support the team to meet the holistic needs of residents and bring about a culture that is positive, allows for innovation and encourages fun.  They will also be responsible for supporting the collaborative partnership between residents, their loved ones and WMQ staff, creating an environment that empowers and supports residents to live an enriched life based on what they feel is most important. 
 
For this very special role we are seeking a registered and experienced Clinical Advisor with a deep commitment to the provision of aged care in a manner that lives the values of the organisation and supports the desired person-centred care approach. In addition the successful applicant will:
Demonstrated skills in clinical nursing practice with an understanding of contemporary nursing theory. Generalist registered nursing experience with knowledge and experience in the aged care sector highly desirable. Ability to rapidly acquire a sound understanding of appropriate aged care legislated standards and incorporate into daily practice. Ability to lead a care team to provide coordinated care using a biopsychosocial model of care. Demonstrated effective communication and interpersonal skills with the ability to liaise, encourage, engage, actively listen and support various stakeholders at all levels, to achieve outcomes, particularly in relation to ensuring compliance with legal and mandatory training requirements for staff. Knowledge and experience utilising AFCI. If you are seeking an opportunity to provide an aged care experience that goes well beyond expectations, please submit your resume as well as a maximum 2 page response to the “Qualifications and Experience that will facilitate success in the role” (contained within the position description) online at www.wmq.org.au by 4th October 2017.
 
 
Enquiries: Jasmine Parkinson
Ph: *****00 + click to reveal
Applications Close: 04/10/2017
To view the position description or submit your application please click the 'Apply Now' button below.
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John Wesley Gardens
Permanent Part Time
Care Companions
(Multiple Part Time Positions Available)
 
Wesley Mission Queensland (WMQ) is a market leader in the provision of aged care that focuses on balancing excellence in clinical care with a commitment to providing an opportunity for residents to live a positive and enriched life regardless of age. Located in the Brisbane suburb of Geebung, John Wesley Gardens is a state-of-the-art community offering premiere aged care living at its finest. We are seeking to recruit a number of dedicated and compassionate Care Companions to support the residents and team of this very special home.
 
With the resident at the heart and soul of our person centred care model, every aspect of the operation will deeply reflect the values of this socially purposeful organisation.  Reporting to the Clinical Advisor, the Care Companions will be key members of the inter-disciplinary team and will endeavour to meet the social, emotional and physical needs of the residents on a day to day basis.  This will involve developing meaningful relationships with our residents and understanding and meeting their needs in relation to the seven domains of well-being – identity, growth, autonomy, security, connectedness, meaning and joy.  Key responsibilities will also include:
Work as part of a team to provide high quality personal care, catering, cleaning and laundry delivery and daily living support in a home like environment for residents. Assist residents to attain and maintain their optimum degree of independence, dignity, privacy and quality of life. Provision of medication assistance as trained and directed. Assist residents with the pursuit of personal interests and activities to enhance quality of life such as meal enjoyment and involvement, gardening and outdoor enjoyment. Involvement in care planning, family meetings and GP visits as required. Contribute to the assessment process of clients/residents including documentation. Undertake the laundering and caring of resident’s clothes, distribution of personal hygiene products and clothes labelling service. Through engaging and supportive care, the Care Companions will support the team to meet the holistic needs of residents and bring about a culture that is positive, allows for innovation and encourages fun.  They will also be responsible for supporting the collaborative partnership between residents, their loved ones and WMQ staff, creating an environment that empowers and supports residents to live an enriched life based on what they feel is most important.   For these very special roles we are seeking qualified and experienced Care Companions with a deep commitment to the provision of aged care in a manner that lives the values of the organisation and supports the desired person-centred care approach.  In addition the successful applicants will be:
Demonstrated ability to provide high quality catering, cleaning and personal care services using a variety of equipment and programs. Demonstrated compassion and respect for residents, colleagues, and visitors. Demonstrated effective communication and interpersonal skills with the ability to liaise, encourage, engage, actively listen and support various stakeholders at all levels, to achieve expected outcomes. Willingness to contribute to and work as an effective, positive member of a multidisciplinary team. Demonstrated effective PC skills including MS Office and other related applications packages (including reporting). If you are seeking an opportunity to provide an aged care experience that goes well beyond expectations, please submit your resume as well as a maximum 2 page response to the “Qualifications and Experience that will facilitate success in the role” (contained within the position description) online at www.wmq.org.au by 4th October 2017.
Enquiries: Jasmine Parkinson
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Applications Close: 04/10/2017
To view the position description or submit your application please click the 'Apply Now' button below.
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The McKenzie Aged Care Group is a privately owned and family operated organisation committed to employing professional, caring and compassionate staff to uphold the organisational philosophy of ‘Our Family Caring for Your Family’. We don’t just talk about great care – we deliver it.
 
We currently have a vacancy for a committed and experienced Assistant Chef (Cook) at our Seaton Place facility located in Cleveland, QLD. This is an excellent opportunity to utilise and develop your skills and be part of a dynamic team. This position is permanent part time.
 
We offer successful applicants outstanding workplace conditions including above industry benefits and rates of pay, beautiful surroundings and a positive and engaging workplace culture. Our values driven organisation is committed to enriching the lives of people by providing care with compassion, respect and integrity, promoting the health, independence and social interaction of seniors.
 
To apply for this position and join a progressive company that has a strong focus on promoting from within and providing fulfilling careers visit our website at www.mckenzieacg.com, click on the 'careers' tab, then 'apply or view current vacancies' and ‘sign up’ to complete the registration process.
  
  
 
Enquiries: Robert Ringwald
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Applications Close: 29/09/2017
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Great team environment driven to make a difference Excellent remuneration package including salary packaging Flexible work options - either 3 or 4 days per week
Do you want a job that has meaning and offers you flexibility?
The work we do gives opportunity and a voice to those who need it most. Working at CoAct, you will help support social issues impacting Australian communities such as:
o   Disability Employment: Australia ranks 21st out of 29 Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) countries in employment rates for people with a disability
o   Youth Unemployment: Currently at a high, unemployment at this age has long term effects on youth's future wellbeing
o   Cultural Diversity: We work on projects relating to Aboriginal engagement and employment, migrants and refugees and long-term unemployed.
Our opportunity...
It is an exciting time for our industry as we tackle current social issues and a changing market place. As our Marketing Digital Specialist, you will work on exciting projects and have the build the companies digital strategy as we grow our digital presence.
We're looking to you to take the lead in building scalable digital solutions that cater for a variety of audiences and business needs. You are adept at understanding how to drive engagement through a superior customer experience in the digital world that leads to conversions.
Your understanding of customer insights and building solutions focused on customer use cases will set you up for success. Being a creative thinker and proactive at finding solutions outside of the box is key.
Your key responsibilities will include:
o   Building online marketing funnels to create a steady stream of new leads and clients
o   Plan and execute all web SEO/SEM, marketing databases and email promotional campaigns
o   Design, build and maintain our social media presence
o   Track and measure digital campaigns that align with company marketing strategy
o   Ownership of digital marketing platforms and tools, data management and segmentation
o   Act as the main lead for the development of our new website relaunch and CRM
o   Enhance customer experience across digital channels
o   Optimise spend and performance based in insights
o   Collaborate closely with key stakeholders across the business
You will bring...
§   Proven experience in design and management of complex websites
§   Be an established digital marketing specialist with comprehensive experience across all facets of digital marketing including SEO, SEM, PPC, conversion optimisation, UX and analytics.
§   CRM, HTLM and CMS knowledge
§   Excellent stakeholder management, able to work collaboratively with others
§   A strong track record in customer acquisition will be strongly favoured.
It's great working with us…
We have high employee engagement and are proud of our culture that celebrates achievement as we support each other to reach our objectives.  We are purpose driven but we know how to have fun along the way A competitive remuneration package, including salary packaging We are dedicated to your development, have flexible work options and great employee initiatives  

So this sounds exciting, here's the next steps...
Checkl out our website at www.coact.org.au .  Apply to *****@coact.org.au + click to reveal with your resume and cover letter.  For a confidential discussion, call Janine Beck, HR on Ph. *****26. + click to reveal
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NSW
Permanent Part time
The opportunity to be rewarded annually with a financial incentive that is exclusive to our G8 Education Centre Leader Team Career advancement opportunities available Extensive paid professional development delivered by G8 facilitators and Semann & Slattery Develop your future with Australia’s leading provider of Early Childhood Education and Care
G8 Education is Australia’s leading name in providing the highest quality of Early Childhood Education and Care across 480 services nationally, including 21 prominent brands. We strive to deliver meaningful programs that shape our future leaders (our children) with innovative and creative teaching practices that encourage children to explore and discover.
 
Bambino's Kindergarten- Harrington Park North has an exciting opportunity for a passionate Early Childhood Teacher to join the Centre in the Preschool room. We are seeking a high performing employee with the drive to develop amazing relationships with families, whilst building an outstanding learning environment for children. Our Centre is well equipped with resources and programs based on the Early Years Learning Framework curriculum, including a specialised Kindergarten program.
For further information and photos of this centre, please visit the website below:
https://www.bambinoskindergarten.com.au/centres/childcare-harrington-park-north/

Your key priorities will be to:
Assess the needs of each child, monitor their progress and ensure school readiness Ensure that a developmentally and educationally appropriate program is planned and implemented for each child Provide supervision and assistance to other Educators in the room Maintain a positive working relationship with team members Sustain effective communication with parents Ensure health and safety standards are adhered to at all times Maintain and manage the resources for your room
Your skills and qualifications should include:
Holding a Bachelor or Masters of Education (Early Childhood) as recognised by ACECQA,or be studying towards (must be completed by December 31st 2017) A current Working with Children Check An ability to implement great curriculum A strong understanding of the Early Years Learning Framework (EYLF) and National Quality Standards (NQS) Excellent verbal and written communication skills
Our staff benefits are:
Be part of a team that celebrates success through a dedicated reward & incentive structure paid on top of base remuneration Sponsorship if required First Aid & CPR paid for annually Dedicated focus on professional development A Health and Wellness program (Active8) Annual complimentary flu shots Up to 35% discount on Child Care  Access to employee benefits and discounts including hotels, health insurance, gym memberships, and theme park admissions
If you are ready for your next challenge and want to join a supportive working environment, please submit your application via ‘Apply Now’.
 
Please note the advertising closing date is indicative only.G8 Education reserves the right to close the advertisement before this date is reached. Therefore, it is encouraged that you submit your application as soon as possible.
Enquiries: Centre Manager
Ph: *****32 + click to reveal
Applications Close: 20/10/2017
To view the position description or submit your application please click the 'Apply Now' button below.
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Strathfield One Stop Child Care Service is looking for a full time Diploma Educator. The centre philosophy focuses on the teachings of the Early Years Learning Framework. 
About S.O.C.C.S
S.O.C.C.S is a well-regarded 84-place community organisation with a long serving staffing team who are dedicated and committed to the children, families and community. S.O.C.C.S. is a not-for-profit organisation that is managed by a Parent Committee. It provides high quality education comprising of long day care, short day care and pre-school care. It provides a home-like environment catering to family needs and in particular to the needs of the children. It is located in Homebush, close to public transport with ample car parking facilities at the centre.
At S.O.C.C.S. we offer high quality practices in Early Childhood education for children from 6 weeks to 5 years of age. Our highly motivated, qualified staff provide comprehensive programs for each age group.
We are a large centre and we are advertising for 1 position.
1.  A Diploma trained educator working Monday to Friday, working with children aged 0-2 years, full time.
The position is to commence on the 9th October 2017  however we understand educators may be required to give notice to other employers and therefore we are flexible with the start date. 
 
         Duties
To support other staff To program and plan for the children and families always linking to the EYLF curriculum To ensure the children in your care are safe and adequately supervised at all times To create supportive and welcoming environments for families with open communication Benefits Ample parking and close proximity to public transport Excellent opportunities for professional development to keep up-to-date with current early childhood practice Energetic team and supportive directors Essential Criteria
A Diploma of Children's Services Current first Aid Certificate Current Working with Children Check Understanding of the National Quality Framework and EYLF Passion and commitment for the best Early Childhood environments for children, their families and the community Excellent written and verbal communication skills Apply online, including your resume and cover letter to *****@strathfieldonestop.com.au + click to reveal
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We are looking for Permanent and Casual staff to join and support our amazing Assistant in Nursing team to provide care for our residents.
Your must have kindness, compassion and dedication to the elderly as well as a great sense of humour, imagination and ability to think outside the square. We firmly believe that laughter is the best medicine and our goal is to make everyone that we encounter enjoy the experience.
We have been steadily fostering a culture of providing excellent care while having fun and enjoyment at work for both our residents and staff and would love like minded people to come and be part of our team.
We have various shifts available including day, afternoon and night across a 14 day roster period, working alternate weekends is a requirement. 
To be considered for this position you will require a minimum Cert 3 in Aged Care or equivalent, have a Criminal History check result or be willing to undergo an application and provide two verifiable employment references. While previous aged care experience is desirable it is not essential to be considered for this position.
Please forward your resume to *****@elss.com.au + click to reveal
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The Role
We are looking for motivated and customer focused professionals to join our high performing Motor Claims Services team where you will work from our Collins Street office on a part time basis. We are looking for people with a real interest in providing superior customer service and driven to achieve targets to join our successful, dynamic team.
Key Responsibilities
Providing an exceptional level of customer service that assists our customers when they need us most First point of contact for customers who have experienced damage to their motor vehicle Receive inbound and make outbound calls relating to lodging new claims and servicing existing claims Advise customers of their policy entitlements and complete next steps in the repair process as required Reinforcing the Suncorp Group's commitment to ‘Create a Better Today’ Meeting Key Results Areas, which are in line with overall business objectives
Skills & Experience
Previous Customer Service experience A passion for helping our customers and making a difference Able to demonstrate flexibility and adaptability to constant change Superior written & verbal communication skills Self-motivated to achieve Key Result Areas Enjoy contributing to a team environment Australian Residency, citizenship or eligibility to work permanently in Australia.
Shifts & Training
We currently have part time positions available (minimum 20 hours per week) working the following shifts patterns;
Mon, Tues, Wed & Fri - 8am – 6pm availability (4 x 5 hour shifts)
There may be options to take on additional shifts/hours per week to increate your overall weekly hours. You will need to be available for the initial 6 weeks paid training provided on a full time basis working Monday - Friday 8.30am – 4.30pm. These roles will commence on the 16th October 2017.
Benefits
Up to 25% off insurance, Banking, superannuation Employee share scheme Study Support, Employee Referral Program ($600), Years of Service Recognition Discounted home Loan and Personal Loan rates
About the Company
Suncorp Group Limited is a top 20 ASX-listed company with $96 billion in assets. The company has evolved into a unique franchise, delivering highly-valued banking and wealth, and insurance products and services across Australia and New Zealand. Suncorp is the parent company of a number of well-known brands like AAMI, GIO, APIA, Just Cars and Shannons.
Culture
Working as part of the Suncorp Group you will have access to an unparalleled range of job opportunities across insurance, banking, wealth management and corporate services. We promote a high performance culture where people are rewarded for effort and dedication. We recognise and value commitment and encourage our people to maintain a healthy balance between their career and personal time.
If this role sounds like the challenge you have been looking for please submit an application online today. For a confidential discussion please call Divya Sen on *****59. + click to reveal