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Are you sick and tired of working 9-5?
Do you want to build someone else’s dreams or your own?
Would you like to work from home and have the ultimate work/life balance?

If job hunting has lost its appeal, we present you with a genuine opportunity to change your current circumstances by working for yourself in an established online business.

Our company is positioned in the multi-billion dollar Personal Development industry and is currently experiencing record growth in Australia for our in-demand products. We are seeking talented professionals who want to start their own business from home and promote our products online.

THE OPPORTUNITY:
• Work from home ( anywhere in the world)
• Take your business with you wherever you go
• Earn up to $8000 per sale
• Flexible hours, part -time or full-time
• Simple business system that’s easy to learn
• Low start up compared to a traditional business
• Training and ongoing support

WHAT WE DO NOT DO:
• NOT MLM
• NO need to hassle family members and friends
• NO stocking products
• NO cold calling
• NO hosting or attending meetings

ARE YOU QUALIFIED?
You are self-motivated, willing to learn new skills and enjoy working autonomously.
You are well organised, a good communicator with fluent English and a strong work ethic.
You have an interest in your own personal growth and enjoy helping others.
You have a burning desire to be your own boss and achieve success working for yourself.
You are a big thinker looking to make at least a six figure income by starting your own business.

If you are ready to live life on your terms by starting your own business in a fun and rewarding industry, Apply Online today and request free information about this one of a kind opportunity.
Go to: https://www.lifestyleseed.com/biz/
NOTE: This is not a job; this is a work from home business opportunity and operating expenses should be expected. All income is earned from the sale of products only. Students need not apply.
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About the business
This well-established private billing GP practice is seeking a confident and passionate medical receptionist, who really likes people and has a very good eye for detail.  You will enjoy working with and for people, and enjoy making a difference in peoples lives. In return we will provide great working opportunities at one of the most reputable practices in the Northern Territory.
About the role
We are seeking a passionate receptionist to join our reception team for 20 to 30 hours per week, to provide an outstanding customer experience. You will typically;
be friendly in how you talk and interact with patients, our nurses, doctors and visitors to our clinic, greet patients upon arrival and ensure they are checked in correctly and personal information is confirmed, understand and practice being highly confidential with people's personal information, answer phone calls and manage appointment bookings efficiently, electronically bill patients and make appointments as necessary, problem solve for customers, on the phone and in person and help them to receive the best medical care possible, undertake banking, scanning, photocopying and re-stocking consulting rooms.
Personal Attributes
You are;
positive and friendly calm & down to earth in your attitude towards staff and patients adaptable and flexible able to work under pressure and make responsible decisions able to work in a team as well as independently organised and a proven multi-tasker well-presented and compassionate an effective problem solver honest, punctual and an excellent time manager self-motivated and enthusiastic someone with life experience
Benefits and perks
We at Cavenagh Medical Centre serve our community by empowering people to have their best health.
You will;
be given a high level of respect from our patients and our staff, learn lots about health and the health industry with opportunity for career growth, be trained and supported to grow as a person in dealing with people who come to us asking for help.
Skills and experience
Essential
You have;
experience as a receptionist in a busy customer service environment strong administrative skills demonstrated ability to learn how to use medical software excellent written and verbal English skills
Highly Regarded
Experience in a GP Clinic with Genie Immediate start
Please note that only short-listed candidates will be contacted. Please submit a cover letter and resume when applying to *****@cmc.org.au + click to reveal
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We are  seeking  a motivated customer service/sales  operator to join our Wallsend team.
Previous experience in the window furnishing industry will be highly regarded.

To be considered for the role you must possess the following traits:
Good work ethic & Commitment
Enjoy working with people
Dispute resolution skills
Intermediate to advanced computer skills
Excellent phone manner
Good punctuality and attendance
Ability to prioritize a variety of tasks effectively

If you would like to be a part of a well-established company, please forward your current resume to the email address below.
 
Email resume to: info@…show email
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Hume Community Team
Part Time
Eating Disorder Coordinator
SW3; OT; RPN4;

Part Time ongoing positions - 40 Hrs per fortnight You will be energised by our team dynamic to stretch outside your comfort zone. Broadmeadows with regular travel to Coburg to take up discipline responsibilities.
Life with us:
We are a close, supportive and dynamic multidisciplinary team who consistently goes the extra mile to make a positive difference to the lives of the people we work with.  We work hard with an often challenging group of people and are bolstered by the collective wisdom, compassion and dedication of our team.   We invest in each other, our own skills and have access to a great professional development program.  We are always evolving and welcome like people to be part of ‘work home and work family’.  We are Hume Community Team – Wellness and Recovery.
 
A job to be proud of:
This is an exciting opportunity to be part of a unique team working across the whole of life and whole of continuum of care - an innovative service constantly striving to improve. This is for an experienced clinician who thinks outside the square and brings their compassion into every interaction.
Develop and deliver a therapeutic skills program Engage with service user and their family/Carers Facilitate reflective practice through one on one debriefing provide secondary consultation to other staff and key stakeholders participate in service development activities support clinicians to enhance their suite of  therapeutic interventions they apply in their work with service users and families
Your contribution:
Capacity to undertake direct clinical duties including treatment and clinical management of clients with eating disorders and their families/carers. Display knowledge of evidence based practice and skills in adapting  elements of the evidence to the work of a eating disorders clinician Present an advanced understanding of community mental health practice and operations Experience in working with a range of professional teams and services The ability to flexibly manage variable caseloads and strong organisation and time management skills
Our commitment to you:
NWMH boasts a sophisticated learning structure and we pride ourselves on supporting continuing professional development. We are a values based organisation. A career with us is a rewarding experience, offering great prospects for career diversity and professional advancement Recognition of you as both a professional and a whole person Acknowledgement and celebration of your skills and your growth Continuing investment in professional development Opportunities to contribute to the evidence based through research and quality improvement initiatives
Connect with us:
Get to know us at www.nwmh.org.au or click ‘Apply Now’.
 
Melbourne Health is committed to Equal Employment Opportunity, ethical practice, and the principles of Cultural Diversity and social inclusion.
Join us to be the first in Care, Research and Learning
All appointments are made subject to a satisfactory Criminal History Record Check and a Working With Children Check. Successful applicants will be required to provide evidence of an immunisation assessment prior to commencement.
Enquiries: Deb Carrin
Ph: *****31 + click to reveal
Applications Close: 08/05/2018
To view the position description or submit your application please click the 'Apply Now' button below.
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Hume Community Team
Part Time
Eating Disorder Coordinator
SW3; OT; RPN4;

Part Time ongoing positions - 40 Hrs per fortnight You will be energised by our team dynamic to stretch outside your comfort zone. Broadmeadows with regular travel to Coburg to take up discipline responsibilities.
Life with us:
We are a close, supportive and dynamic multidisciplinary team who consistently goes the extra mile to make a positive difference to the lives of the people we work with.  We work hard with an often challenging group of people and are bolstered by the collective wisdom, compassion and dedication of our team.   We invest in each other, our own skills and have access to a great professional development program.  We are always evolving and welcome like people to be part of ‘work home and work family’.  We are Hume Community Team – Wellness and Recovery.
 
A job to be proud of:
This is an exciting opportunity to be part of a unique team working across the whole of life and whole of continuum of care - an innovative service constantly striving to improve. This is for an experienced clinician who thinks outside the square and brings their compassion into every interaction.
Develop and deliver a therapeutic skills program Engage with service user and their family/Carers Facilitate reflective practice through one on one debriefing provide secondary consultation to other staff and key stakeholders participate in service development activities support clinicians to enhance their suite of  therapeutic interventions they apply in their work with service users and families
Your contribution:
Capacity to undertake direct clinical duties including treatment and clinical management of clients with eating disorders and their families/carers. Display knowledge of evidence based practice and skills in adapting  elements of the evidence to the work of a eating disorders clinician Present an advanced understanding of community mental health practice and operations Experience in working with a range of professional teams and services The ability to flexibly manage variable caseloads and strong organisation and time management skills
Our commitment to you:
NWMH boasts a sophisticated learning structure and we pride ourselves on supporting continuing professional development. We are a values based organisation. A career with us is a rewarding experience, offering great prospects for career diversity and professional advancement Recognition of you as both a professional and a whole person Acknowledgement and celebration of your skills and your growth Continuing investment in professional development Opportunities to contribute to the evidence based through research and quality improvement initiatives
Connect with us:
Get to know us at www.nwmh.org.au or click ‘Apply Now’.
 
Melbourne Health is committed to Equal Employment Opportunity, ethical practice, and the principles of Cultural Diversity and social inclusion.
Join us to be the first in Care, Research and Learning
All appointments are made subject to a satisfactory Criminal History Record Check and a Working With Children Check. Successful applicants will be required to provide evidence of an immunisation assessment prior to commencement.
Enquiries: Deb Carrin
Ph: *****31 + click to reveal
Applications Close: 08/05/2018
To view the position description or submit your application please click the 'Apply Now' button below.
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Hume Community Team
Part Time
Eating Disorder Coordinator
SW3; OT; RPN4;

Part Time ongoing positions - 40 Hrs per fortnight You will be energised by our team dynamic to stretch outside your comfort zone. Broadmeadows with regular travel to Coburg to take up discipline responsibilities.
Life with us:
We are a close, supportive and dynamic multidisciplinary team who consistently goes the extra mile to make a positive difference to the lives of the people we work with.  We work hard with an often challenging group of people and are bolstered by the collective wisdom, compassion and dedication of our team.   We invest in each other, our own skills and have access to a great professional development program.  We are always evolving and welcome like people to be part of ‘work home and work family’.  We are Hume Community Team – Wellness and Recovery.
 
A job to be proud of:
This is an exciting opportunity to be part of a unique team working across the whole of life and whole of continuum of care - an innovative service constantly striving to improve. This is for an experienced clinician who thinks outside the square and brings their compassion into every interaction.
Develop and deliver a therapeutic skills program Engage with service user and their family/Carers Facilitate reflective practice through one on one debriefing provide secondary consultation to other staff and key stakeholders participate in service development activities support clinicians to enhance their suite of  therapeutic interventions they apply in their work with service users and families
Your contribution:
Capacity to undertake direct clinical duties including treatment and clinical management of clients with eating disorders and their families/carers. Display knowledge of evidence based practice and skills in adapting  elements of the evidence to the work of a eating disorders clinician Present an advanced understanding of community mental health practice and operations Experience in working with a range of professional teams and services The ability to flexibly manage variable caseloads and strong organisation and time management skills
Our commitment to you:
NWMH boasts a sophisticated learning structure and we pride ourselves on supporting continuing professional development. We are a values based organisation. A career with us is a rewarding experience, offering great prospects for career diversity and professional advancement Recognition of you as both a professional and a whole person Acknowledgement and celebration of your skills and your growth Continuing investment in professional development Opportunities to contribute to the evidence based through research and quality improvement initiatives
Connect with us:
Get to know us at www.nwmh.org.au or click ‘Apply Now’.
 
Melbourne Health is committed to Equal Employment Opportunity, ethical practice, and the principles of Cultural Diversity and social inclusion.
Join us to be the first in Care, Research and Learning
All appointments are made subject to a satisfactory Criminal History Record Check and a Working With Children Check. Successful applicants will be required to provide evidence of an immunisation assessment prior to commencement.
Enquiries: Deb Carrin
Ph: *****31 + click to reveal
Applications Close: 08/05/2018
To view the position description or submit your application please click the 'Apply Now' button below.
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The Acute Health Division provides a wide range of general medicine, surgical and sub-speciality services for patients as well as oncology, emergency, women's and children's and critical care.  Our Team consists of nurses, medical staff, allied health, administrative and support services working in close liaison.
 
Medical, nursing, allied health and support staff provide services in:
Emergency Intensive and coronary care General medicine including endocrinology, gastroenterology, respiratory, cardiology, oncology and nephrology including renal dialysis Anaesthesia E.N.T Facio Maxillary Plastic and reconstructive surgery General Surgery Obstetrics & Gynaecology Ophthalmology Orthopaedics Paediatrics Urology
The Operating Suite consists of 11 theatres which includes 2 endoscopy rooms.  Approximately 13,000 procedures are completed each year. The Women’s & Children’s Services includes not only an Obstetrics & Gynaecology department but also a Paediatric ward and Maternity Unit which is the birthplace for more than 1,300 babies every year.  The unit has four birthing suites and 16 antenatal/postnatal beds.
 
The Division of Acute Health is led by the Executive Director Acute Health and supported by the Senior Medical Operations Office, Senior Surgical Operations Office, Director of Nursing Acute Health and the Division Business Directors.
 
Bendigo Health is the largest employer in the region and boasts many great staff benefits that include:
 
* Flexible working arrangements
* Salary Packaging (meals and entertainment and accommodation)
* Staff health and wellbeing program
* Employee assistance program
* Free immunisations
* Social club
* Smoke free environment
 
 
For further information on the role please refer to the position description. Applications are to be submitted online.
Enquiries: Dianne Craig
Ph: *****37 + click to reveal
Applications Close: 15/05/2018
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Bendigo Health is a leader in regional health care, combining outstanding services with a strong education, training and personal development culture. Our organisation vision is "Healthy communities and world class healthcare".
 
The organisation services the Loddon Mallee region, which covers about 26 per cent of Victoria and a population around 307,000. We provide health care across the entire lifespan from pre-natal and newborn babies to the aged, their families and carers.
 
Bendigo Health’s Psychiatric Services Division provides a broad range of services to people with mental illness. Bendigo Health operates a 24 hour, seven days a week Psychiatric Regional Triage Service and has aligned services to support people who require crisis care. Psychiatric Services work with children and familes, youth, adults and aged patients and provide care and support in community settings through clinical teams that are situated across the Loddon Mallee Region 
 
Bendigo Health, employs around 3400 people, is the largest employer in the region and boasts many great staff benefits that include:
 
Flexible working arrangements Salary Packaging (meals and entertainment and accommodation) Staff health and wellbeing program Employee assistance program Free immunisations Social club Smoke free environment
 
For further information on the role please refer to the position description. Applications are to be submitted online.
Enquiries: Rachel Campman
Ph: *****29 + click to reveal
Applications Close: 08/05/2018
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The Telethon Kids Institute is one of the nation's leading medical research organisations with impressive facilities in Subiaco, Western Australia. It is home to more than 500 staff and post-graduate students who are dedicated to tackling the major causes of childhood disease, disability and disadvantage. Our research teams are among the world's best and we have strong affiliations with Princess Margaret Hospital for Children and all the major Western Australian universities, particularly The University of Western Australia and Curtin University.
2018 will be a significant year for the Telethon Kids Institute with a move to brand new premises within the new children's hospital building at the QEII Campus in Nedlands. The new building will see the Telethon Kids Institute co-located with the new Perth Children's Hospital and housed in the state-of-the-art premises with increased space and improved access to leading edge technology and research facilities.
The Senior Research Officer will work with the CoLab Economic Understanding of Service Delivery Working Group to plan and prepare for the submission of a systematic review to a global international evidence network (such as Cochrane group or Campbell Corporation) addressing the economic evaluation of early childhood intervention. This development and submission of this systematic review is a core deliverable for CoLab and will seek to collate and summarise the cross sectoral evidence in investment in early childhood.
This role will also assist in the development of outcome indicators for measurement of returns in relation to early childhood investment. Further tasks will involve the measurement of cost-effectiveness across programs undertaken as part of the CoLab initiative.
The person we are looking for:
Will have a PhD in Science, Health Sciences, Public Health or Social Sciences or related field. Will demonstrate experience in conducting high quality and extensive literature and systematic reviews Has an understanding of the application of economic principles in health care Is experienced in economic evaluation of health programs Has a track record of publications, including first-author Can effectively communicate research findings on various topics to health practitioners, educators, policy makers, and the public Is experienced in developing and maintaining relationships with investigators, consumer and community members and stakeholders Has a high level written and oral communication skills Will work independently and meet deadlines  while working collaboratively as part of a dynamic group Has excellent verbal and written communication skills
This is a part time role (0.8 FTE) fixed term for 8 months. Remuneration package includes access to generous salary packaging.
The successful candidate will need to provide a National Police Check before commencement.
 
How to Apply:
Applicants should read the Job description available at www.telethonkids.org.au
Submit your CV along with a cover letter outlining your skills and experience that make you suitable for this role (maximum one page) to *****@telethonkids.org.au + click to reveal.
Please quote the position title in the subject heading of your email application.
For further information about this position please contact Elizabeth Geelhoed via email:  *****@uwa.edu.au + click to reveal
 
Applications close:  Monday 8th May 2018 at 5.00pm
 
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As featured in BRW's 2014 & 2017 FAST 100 list as one of Australia's fastest growing companies, we are a designer furniture online retailer. We suppply designer furniture to customers Australia wide and are committed to our customers and our employees. 
We are seeking both full time & part time positions. 
THIS POSITION WILL BE BASED IN OUR NEW HEAD OFFICE IN DERRIMUT, MELBOURNE.
We're looking for candidates who has experience :
Providing exceptional customer service to both retail and commercial customers over the phone, live chat, email and in person. Resolve product issues, delivery complaints to ensure all customers get first class service Being a great communicator, good listener and a persuasive sales closer. Promoting and offering the best advice on our extensive product range. Assisting with all sales related enquiries and administrative tasks to support the completion of sales Achieving sales targets. Experience with furniture products is not required. 
Selection Criteria
To be considered for this role you must have:
Customer service experience or Sales orientated background highly regarded. Strong phone-based or face-to-face customer service experience advantageous Must have a sense of humor and enjoy working within a team Internet savvy. Looking for the type of person that can Google anything to get the answers within seconds!
You must be available to work 9am - 5.30pm weekdays including the odd Saturday 10am - 2pm
If you have a positive attitude and are looking to join a business with a friendly & dynamic team culture, then we'd love to hear from you.
Great staff discounts. Generous incentive and rewards for outstanding performance. A vibrant, fast paced and fun work environment within a supportive team Career Development. Flexible working hours. Weekly lunches Brand new office / warehouse environment 
If this exciting opportunity interests you please tell us why this would be the perfect role for you and specify whether you are after a full time or part time or casual role in your cover letter.
All resume applications must be emailed to *****@interiorsecrets.com.au + click to reveal
Applications will not be accepted if you call or email Interior Secrets. 
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We are a well established martial arts academy looking for a customer service / reception / office administration person to join our team. This role would be suitable for an outgoing, experienced customer service person, preferably someone who has a passion for martial arts and working with children. 
As the customer service / office admin team member, you will:
Meet and greet clients and customers Respond to internal and external enquiries via email, phone and face-to-face Manage customer membership sign ups and database Provide customers with quotes and product knowledge Perform administration tasks including working with accounting program Xero. Support other departments Deal with Children on a daily basis Assist with managing customer accounts / memberships
We are looking for someone who is friendly, hardworking, team player, self motivated, able to work unsupervised and thrives in a fast-paced environment. 
The successful candidate will also have:
Excellent communication skills Enjoy dealing with children Hold or be eligible for a blue card (working with children) A warm, approachable manner An outgoing personality Experience using MS office software including outlook, word, excel Experience using Xero preferred Experience using database management systems an advantage An interest in martial arts
Additional information
Training in martial arts available if interested. Permanent part time 30 hours per week (full time available for the right person) Hours will include afternoons / evenings and Saturday's
Should this position be of interest please email a cover letter and current resume to the Office Manager at *****@maqld.com + click to reveal
Want to know more about us visit our website www.maqld.com.
 
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If you have strong Word, Excel and Outlook experience, great communication skills and a can-do attitude we’d like to hear from you.
We are a youth service in Bankstown and need someone to look after all our office functions including answering phones and emails, taking room bookings, placing orders, arranging meetings and everything else a small office needs.
The role is 20 hours a week and you’ll be working from 10am to 2pm, Monday to Friday (with an occasional requirements outside of these times depending upon you're availability)
You’ll need your own car, an ability to work under pressure, attention to detail and a great attitude.
Please email your resume to *****@bmys.ngo.org.au + click to reveal
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Field Manager
·       Home Care industry
·       Flexible part time opportunity - initially 16 hrs a week
Simply Helping have been operating since 1998 and provides a full suite of in-home care and support services to all demographics across Australia.  This organisation currently has 12 franchises in three States, with further expansion plans for the future. On behalf of our Client, we are seeking an experienced Field Manager to join their team.
The role:
Providing ongoing support and guidance to the franchise system, duties of the role include, but aren’t limited to:
Providing ongoing support to the Franchisees in building their business and remaining profitable Ensuring that Franchisees are trained in all aspects of the operating system and are fully aware of the materials and tools available to them to further support the success of their Franchise Enhancing the Franchisor & Franchisee relationship Building the Franchisee’s commitment to the Simply Helping brand & values Ensuring operational standards are followed at all times Providing planning, support, coaching and mentoring to all Franchisees Contributing to short and long-term planning and strategy of the Franchise System Keeping a ‘finger on the pulse’ in regards to what is happening in the industry and offering suggestions and ideas to the Franchisor relating to this.
The candidate: 
The successful candidate must possess:
Proven experience in supporting and working within a Franchise system Highly developed communication skills and a mature approach to work Organisation and the ability to multitask Strong interpersonal & coaching skills Excellent computer skills proficient in Excel, Word, (MYOB desirable) and Outlook Excellent people management, the ability to be open to direction along with a collaborative work style to get the job done Strong financial acumen and experience with all aspects of financial management Previous experience in Health Care or Community Services industry is desired, but not essential
The benefits:                                                                             
Don’t miss out of this fantastic opportunity. An attractive salary package will be offered to the right applicant. A contractor arrangement will also be considered for the right applicant upon request. For further information, more please contact *****@hrcentral.com.au + click to reveal
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Do you have a passion for quality liquor and customer service? Well here is your chance to join the team of one of the best liquor stores, spirits importer and Independent Bottler in the country. Casa de Vinos is looking for a part time retail assistant to work in our Port Melbourne store.
The position will have a minimum of 20 hours per week, availability to work on Saturdays is required, the rest of the days are flexible.
The ideal candidate will be well presented, punctual, and have excellent customer service skills. Knowledge of MS-Office is a must, as well as love and knowledge about whisky and wine (we expect you to know all main regions of wines and spirits), be ambitious to learn new skills, friendly, approachable, flexible, professional and have attention to detail. We expect the candidates to be proactive on product research and capable to work unsupervised.
Previous experience in liquor sales, image editing skills or experience with an online store will be taken in consideration.
Position only open to Australian Permanent Residents with a current RSA, we are only looking for a person willing to work for a long term with us.
If this sounds like something you would like to do, please email your CV and the reason/s why you would like to work for us to *****@casadevinos.com.au + click to reveal
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About The Company
This footwear retailer provides classic & fashion forward footwear styles for the whole family. They offer hands on service to everyone to help find that next pair of school shoes or high heels for the weekends. With stores across Australia they offer job stability and career opportunities.
About The Role
As the Assistant Manager you will be assisting the Store Manager in driving the store to new heights. You will be responsible for achieving sales targets & KPI's whilst maintaining a high level of store presentation and customer service. This is a fast paced environment with a high level of stock arriving daily, you must be prepared to get your hands dirty to ensure all stock is merchandised and processed in a timely manner.
Skills & Experience
Retail Management / Supervisor High volume stock handling Attention to detail Lead by example Computer literate
Benefits & Rewards
National Australian Retailer Job stability - established for over 25 years Discounts for styles the family will love Fast paced environment - no time to clockwatch Bonuses & incentives
Looking for a role that will continue to challenge and grow your skill set? Apply Now!
To apply online, please click on the apply button.
Alternatively, for a confidential discussion, please contact Kasey McKinnon on *****95 + click to reveal, quoting Ref No. 147277 or otherwise please check out our website for other available positions.
www.frontlineretail.com.au
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We are seeking a reliable, hands-on Caretaker to join our existing team on a rural property, located just outside of Canberra.The successful applicant will be hard-working and discrete with a positive and friendly nature
 Ideally this would suit a semi-retired person looking for some part-time work. A strong job market exists in the surrounding area for their partner if this is desired.
The part-time Caretaker (approximately 20 hours per week) will live on-site in a renovated 3 bedroom cottage, complete with its own established garden. There is also a carport along with space to store a caravan.
 The Caretaker's responsibilities are many and varied however they will include but not be limited to:
Assisting in the maintenance of the gardens and exterior of the main homestead and outbuildings which are set on a large acreage– mowing, sweeping, maintaining the vegetable garden and slashing the block in summer. General handyman duties and odd jobs – maintaining the pool, fixing leaking taps, servicing the small engines, basic handyman repairs Assisting with tree planting and general beautification programs Looking after the family dogs and chickens when the owners are away Maintaining the caretakers cottage Any other projects around the house
 Applicants must have:
Basic general maintenance / handyman skills Basic gardening skills A love of the outdoors and interest in living in this part of Australia A positive attitude and friendly nature
 Interested candidates should forward their resumes in confidence to:
*****@ozemail.com.au + click to reveal
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We have chosen to partner with this family owned GP practice who is looking to continue with their expansion plans, caring for the local community.  The practice is a beautifully renovated heritage building that has been recently extended to include new modern facilities whilst respecting the history of the building.  With a dedicated and committed husband and wife team the practice has made an excellent impact on the local community offering genuine family feel GP consulting.
About the Practice
Heritage building with newly extended wing offering modern facilities on-site 5 consulting rooms Owner/ Principal GP in the practice Full time nursing support Fully equipped treatment room Flexible working conditions Busy Bulk Billing clinic Mixed demographics of patients
About the role:
65% of billings DWS location
Minimum guarantee payment of $120 per hour for first 3 months
Out of hours work available if required Interest in women’s health would be highly desirable
About the area:
Located in a highly populated residential area with an excellent demographics of patients including many young families moving into the area. Close to all major roads and train links.
For a confidential chat about this role, call Paula on *****33 + click to reveal or email her at *****@alecto.com.au + click to reveal
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RECRUITING NOW FOR A PERMANENT PART TIME ROLE NORTH OF THE RIVER
We are currently looking for a diploma qualified educator who has their supervising officer ceritificate and immediately available. This position is permanent part time and will be a relief position across 5 services. The role to begin with will start in Greenwood Mon - Fri 6:30 - 8:30am and 2:30 - 6:00pm with 4 hours of non contact until the end of May. There is potential for this role to stay in Greenwood
About the role:
Split Shifts
20 - 30 hours per week on average as educator or supervisor
5 locations that are only 10-15 mins apart and located north or the river

What do we need from you?
A positive can-do attitude
Immediately available and able to interview on Friday 27/04/2018 and start on Monday 30/04/2018
Reliable transport options (either car or local public transport)
Diploma in Children's Services
Supervising Officers Certificate
Stong experince within a before and after school care setting
A current working with children check and national police clearance (no older than 12 months)
First Aid, Asthma & Anaphylaxis Certificates and CPR
A minimum of 12 months of recent experience in Australia working with Children 0-12 years old
Full working rights
To apply please either use the apply now button below or send your resume through to brooke.mackenzie@…show email - specialist education recruiter.
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Promotions & Marketing Co-Ordinator - Part Time
THE POINT - PERTH'S NEW HOSPITALITY HUB on the Swan River
We are seeking a dynamic multi-tasking person who specialises in social media - direct marketing - public relations.
You must have excellent experience in event co-ordination and media.
This position has flexible hours, including some weekend work.  An attractive remuneration will be offered to the right person.
IMMEDIATE START
Email your resume to *****@rapidcrushing.com.au + click to reveal
 
 
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Evolution are looking to hire Experienced Crew Leaders and Traffic Controllers to join our Perth team based out of our Welshpool Depot.
You will have at least 6 months' solid experience in the traffic management industry and be accredited in Traffic Control (TC), Basic Worksite Traffic Management (BWTM), Advanced Worksite Traffic Management (AWTM) and Worksite Traffic Management (WTM).
What you need for this role:
Current and valid Driver's Licence Construction Industry Safety Induction Licence Traffic Control Licence's - TC, BWTM, AWTM & WTM Traffic Control Experience (minimum 6 months' experience)
Evolution puts its people first. It is our mission to attract and retain the industry's best technical and operational people, and foster a culture of excellence in safety, quality and service. 
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Rent the Roo is a progressive furniture and household appliance rental company.
We are looking for a Casual Person able to work at agreed times during normal office hours.  We will be looking for someone with the flexibility to a varied number of hours worked per week, varying between 10 and 37.5 dependant on our staff needs and your availability.
This diverse role includes dealing with sales phone calls (inbound), existing customer calls, the administration of credit applications, and support to our field sales team. If you have an outgoing, positive attitude with the following key attributes, we'd like to hear from you!
Your attributes include:
Strong customer relations skills Positive Phone Manner with clear communication Attention to detail Computer Literacy, including Google (Chrome, Calender, Gmail), Word, Excel and ability to learn a new system Good record keeping Able to think outside the box with problem solving Relevant experience is an advantage but not necessary.
Do you want to be part of a rewarding company that offers:
• Friendly Team Environment
• Ability to work under general guidance or direction where there is scope for the exercise of limited initiative, discretion and judgment in carrying out duties
• Strong Management Support
This job is based in Keswick and a clear Criminal History is a prerequisite. Undischarged Bankrupts are ineligible.
You can get more information by contacting Daniel Ainscough *****39 + click to reveal during business hours.
Applications should be addressed to Daniel Ainscough and emailed to *****@renttheroo.com + click to reveal