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June 29, 2017

Centre Director | Manager | Coordinator

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- Excellent remuneration
- Career progression opportunity
- Supportive team

The Centre
anzuk are proud to be working with this large, highly regarded service in the Hunters Hill area. This large provider offers the opportunity for autonomy in your role as well as career progression. The company is focused on creating a positive, open and honest environment and recognise that their employees are their greatest asset. The service believes in providing all educators with professional development opportunities to support ongoing lea
ing.

Your New Role
Your role as Centre Director will require you to oversee the full operation of the running of the Centre in regards to compliance and staff development. You will use your previous experience in a similar role to ensure the Centre reaches high standards. Using your interpersonal skills, you will create an inclusive environment for children, families and educators. You will be supported by experienced operations managers and receive an excellent remuneration package.

The Ideal Educator
To be successful in this role you will have extensive experience in a Centre Director role, demonstrating an ability to lead and manage all aspects of the daily running of the service. You will have a strong knowledge of EYLF, NQS and necessary compliance. You will have excellent communication skills, with the ability engage families as well as working and reporting to a members of the management team. To apply for this role it is essential you hold an ACECQA assessed Diploma qualification.

Suitable applicants must have:

Bachelor of Early Childhood or Diploma of Children Services
Level 2 First Aid, Anaphylaxis and Asthma certification
WWCC
Right to work in Australia
A minimum 2 to 3 years’ experience as a Centre manager.

If this sounds like you, please apply by sending your resume to [Apply online]ion or contact Anna Rogers …… for a confidential discussion.

Case Manager - Community Aged Care.

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The Company

Our client is a much respected and well established professional Aged Care organisation committed to meeting the needs of their elderly clients in providing support so they can maintain their independence and enjoy maximum quality life in their own homes. With regular visits and personal contact, clients have a customized management plan to ensure they can continue to enjoy their freedom and own personal space in comfort and dignity.

The Opportunity

Your full-time role will be to work closely with your elderly clients to assess and manage all clinical and personal needs to ensure they are foreseen and met. Your considered assessment will determine the level of management support and services required, then you will plan, implement, monitor, and review these services and needs. Our client is a firm believer in introducing best-care practices, and you will be given autonomy and also executive team support to ensure your success.

You

- Current Aged Care professional
- Community care of elderly experience
- Experience in dealing with clients at all 4 levels of care
- ACAT and CDC knowledge and understanding
- Demonstrated professional and autonomous managerial skills.

The Rewards

An attractive salary package commensurate with experience will be offered to the right candidate, including car, phone and laptop, and a possible relocation expense subsidy. You will have autonomy and will be working with clients in their own homes, and not confined to a desk. You will be working within a professional care organisation, with support and progressive growth opportunities. Allow your knowledge and management skills assist in a real quality-of-life difference for those in your care, and take satisfaction from their happiness and comfort.

Dual or Direct Entry Midwives 3x Positions Vacant

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Through Healthcare Australia expand your Midwifery career to include rural WA facilities, from coastal locations to the inland goldfields region.

Our Midwives will work in a multidisciplinary team environment, show leadership and coordination and delivery of their care. You will work in partnership with women to give them the necessary, support, care and advice during pregnancy, labour and the postpartum period. This includes being able to identify complications and seek timely referrals.

Your duties include the care of women throughout pregnancy, including before birth, during birth and in the period following birth. You will have the opportunity to engage in training days and potentially even water birth programs.

Selection criteria:
- 3 years’ experience working as a Registered Midwife - Dual or Direct Entry Registered Midwives (ante / postnatal with recent labour ward experience)
- National Police Clearance (or ability to obtain one)
- Ability to obtain 2 positive working references
- Full AHPRA registration
- WA Working With Children Check or ability to obtain one
- Prior Australian Work Experience

Benefits to you:
- Free, Subsidised or reimbursed travel with accommodation provided onsite
- Unique working opportunities in SPECTACULAR locations
- Future opportunities to work across Australia from WA’s Kimberley region, to NSW’s Murrumbidgee district and QLDs inland and coastal locations.

APPLY NOW or contact Lucinda Petchell for further information on [Apply online]

Hesitant at giving Rural work a try? Visit our FAQ page to find the most commonly asked questions

https://www.healthcareaustralia.com.au/about-us/faqs/rural-and-remote-faqs/

Carpenter

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YOUR Trades:
A specialist division of YOUR Resourcing with the sole aim to make it all about YOU in Trades and Labour. This highly experienced Labour Hire team are making personnel, personal.

YOUR next employer:
Is an iconic Gold Coast subcontractor that have some high profile clients They have a full book of projects for the next 12 months and a dynamic management team. They are looking to utilise YOUR Trades to add expertise to their team on their Gold Coast Projects.

These projects will suit Fit Out carpenters who have excellent finishing and fix out skills. Ideally you will have proven experience working within townhouse developments and high end unit fit outs.

YOUR Opportunity:
There is opportunity to work in a similar capacity on a number of the clients sites, so follow on work is available to skilled candidates.

In retu
this position will see you rewarded with great rates + super and a dynamic new experience within labour hire, with the opportunity for future projects.

For a way to secure work and join “Team YOUR Trades” or discuss other roles with organisation’s and Builders in the South East Queensland market; please email your cv to [Apply online]

early childhood teacher - waverley

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This boutique centre in Waverley prides itself on its innovative design and stimulating environment. They offer an interest-based curriculum and various extra-curricular activities. They strive to provide the highest quality education by teaching both children and the team to be leaders and individuals. The community is important to this centre and the team aims to form lasting relationships with all families. Their program is based on the principles of the EYLF and the concept of Emergent Curriculum.

In this role, you will encourage the children to use their initiative, plan, reflect and problem solve. Youll have access to a professional development program implemented to provide a structured career path and to deliver continuous support. Youll be part of a team that is passionate about inspiring the next generation and is proud about the curriculum it offers.

Requirements:

- Bachelor of Early Childhood Education (recognised by ACECQA).
- Experience with planning and programming.
- Knowledge of EYLF.
- Current WWCC.
- Australian work rights.

Benefits:

- Comprehensive Health & Wellbeing program.
- Extensive paid professional development.
- Mentorship and dedicated support.
- Dedicated Employee Assistance program.
- Discounted child care.

If you are interested in this role, call Florence on …… or email your resume through to [Apply online].

June 28, 2017

Accounts Officer (Receivable, Payable & Administration)

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Our client, GuihenJones, is an industry leading retail marketing agency who services top national brands.

They are currently seeking an enthusiastic individual to join the finance team, managing accounts receivable and providing administration support to other areas of the business.

This is a fantastic opportunity to combine your outstanding Excel skills, accounting and administrative ability, communication and accuracy within an exciting company. You will work with a supportive team and maintain a strong work-life balance on Sydney’s North Shore.

Your role:
You will be responsible for:

- Accounts receivable - following up details, creating invoices and processing all associated AR paperwork (note: currently collections are not managed by this position)
- End of month closure of AR and reporting
- Managing reception, including greeting clients and directing calls
- Accounts Payable (will become responsible for these duties from October 2017)
- IT administrative support (e.g. setting up new employees & managing back-ups)
- Undertaking First Aid Officer duties
- Ad-hoc data entry
- Filing
- Supporting a culture of safety, health and environmental responsibility by ensuring compliance with company WHS policies and procedures
- Other duties as required by the Finance Manager

Your experience:
It is essential that you have:

- Experience in Accounts Receivable and Accounts Payable
- Proven high proficiency and accuracy in data entry and the use of spreadsheets
- Strong skills in Microsoft Office (particularly Excel)
- A Tafe qualification (or working towards) in accounting or bookkeeping would be an advantage
- Prior experience with MYOB would be a bonus

Your skills:
In addition you will have:

- A head for numbers
- Outstanding attention to detail
- Strong verbal and written communication
- Excellent organisational and time management skills
- The ability to work as part of a team as well as autonomously
- Proven problem solving abilities
- A great attitude and a proactive approach
- A desire to embrace the vision of the agency and work in a strong team-oriented culture

This is a fabulous opportunity to work with a passionate, friendly team in a leading edge company that mixes creativity with business and a strong work ethic.

Interested applicants should apply below. Salary will be commensurate with experience.

Please note, only successful candidates will be contacted for the next stage in the recruitment process. Thank you for your understanding.

Senior Investigations Officer

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Senior Investigations Officer - Health Sector

Up to $53.26 per hour | 13 week assignment potential to extend
Rozelle location | Immediate start
Senior Investigations Officer | Case Management

Our NSW State Gove
ment client is committed to providing mobile health services for the community of NSW. They are currently seeking an experienced, Senior Investigations Officer to join their Professional Standards Unit in their State Headquarters, for an immediate start.

In this role, you will be responsible for high volume Case Management of various complaints and assessing reports. Your duties will include but won’t be limited to the following -

Managing a varied Case load of complex cases
Provide support and guidance to other staff in the unit
Critically examine information and make findings based on evidence
Preparing reports, statements, briefings and Ministerials
Liaising with various teams including Inte
al Team, Unions, ICAC, HCCC as required
Provide assistance, advice and guidance to Senior Corporate and Operational Managers

To be successful in this role you will have the following -

Strong experience and knowledge of public sector investigations and/or expert knowledge of administrative law principles
Experience in independently managing large and varied caseloads of complex matters and provide accurate and strategic briefings, submissions and advise
Proven ability to exercise sound conceptual, analytical and problem-solving skills relating to assessment, review or investigations of complex conce
s relating to employee conducts and the proven ability to create effective recommendations within the scope of relevant legislation, policy and guidelines
High level communication skills, including public speaking, negotiation and influencing skills and ability to prepare detailed and accurate correspondence and briefing notes

Conveyancer - Part-time

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Our client is a boutique law firm based in the heart of Melbou
e CBD. They are now seeking a experienced conveyancer to join their close-knit team on a part-time basis. Conveyancers who are seeking either a 2 or 3 day a week role will be considered.

This boutique law firm enjoys a relaxed and collaborative team environment. This team prides themselves on providing a high level of service to clients.

With experience managing multiple conveyancing files, you will be confident in your ability to hit the ground running. Strong communication skills along with the ability to build and maintain strong client relationships will ensure your success in this role.

Typical duties may include:

- Opening, closing and managing conveyancing files
- Preparation of sale/auction contracts, section 32 statements, transfer of land contracts and caveats
- Effectively liaising with exte
al parties including gove
ment offices, real estate agents and other law firms
- Explaining the conveyancing processes to clients and keeping them informed of the files status
- Ensuring smooth and timely settlements

Your down to earth attitude along with a desire to provide clients with exceptional customer service will be key to your success in this role. Previous experience using LEAP is highly desirable.

Be rewarded by a supportive and friendly environment, excellent remuneration and being part of a team. This is a part-time role not to be missed!

To apply online, please click on the appropriate link. Alte
atively, for a confidential discussion, please contact Kate Wain on …… or email your CV to [Apply online]

Graduate Software Developer

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Looking to take the first or second step in your IT career? Want to work directly with business people to solve technical and business problems? You could work for a company tu
ing over billions of dollars where you know almost everyone by name and they all know you. We have good people, lovely offices and lots of challenging work supporting a growing business.

ERM Power are recruiting for a Junior / Graduate Developer to join their Brisbane team, supporting and enhancing their in-house developed Electricity Retailing system. Day to day you will be talking to our business people about their problems, fixing bugs, developing system enhancements and doing some basic data analytics / data extracts / reporting.

You must have:

- A degree (or be close to completing a degree) in IT or a related field;
- An ability to talk to business people (it’s not like the IT Crowd);
- An ability to understand an ill-defined problem, pull apart an existing complex system and fix that problem;
- A capability to develop in Microsoft SQL and C#; and
- An interest in working with large data sets.

While you don’t need professional experience working with SQL & C#, you do need at least a uni subject or equivalent experience and the capability to pick it up and become an expert over time. As part of the recruitment process, you will have to do a programming test: testing an existing function, finding and fixing a problem, developing a new module and showing how you would test it.

Duties & Responsibilities

- Responding to incidents and change requests from ERM Power inte
al operations;
- Monitoring the status of key production systems, working to improve this monitoring and reduce error rates;
- Implementing new features and enhancing existing features (in SQL and C#);
- Run data extracts and create SQL queries;
- Develop dashboards and reports; and
- Assist users to create their own dashboards and perform ad-hoc analysis.

About ERM Power

ERM Power is a significant and emerging player in the Australian energy sector. We are the second largest electricity retailer to the commercial and industrial (C&I) sector with a growing SME customer base and a new US business with untapped potential. Founded in 1980 we have over 300 employees across eight offices and sites plus new offices in the USA - and we’re still growing.

Culture and Benefits

ERM Power is a fast growing national energy business. People enjoy working at ERM Power because we have strong corporate values of integrity and outstanding customer service that are in line with how we work as a team.

How to Apply

Click ‘APPLY’ below to submit your resume and cover letter outlining why you would be suitable for this position. To request a copy of the Position Description, please email [Apply online].

For more information, head to our website http://ermpower.com.au/

Graduate Insurance Specialist

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Graduate Insurance Specialist

Client

Our client prides itself on being the best at training and compliance in Australia and is renowned for its dedication, passion and high performance. Backed by the Steadfast group. Due to its continued growth, they are currently seeking an individual who is self-motivated and willing to lea
all the basic skills to become an Insurance Broker Specialist.

This collaborative and supportive Insurance Broker is located in the Southe
Easte
suburbs. It has continued to excel because of its positive outlook and attitude towards their clients and staff members, by far one of the most ethical, friendly and passionate teams who is continuously growing and achieving the highest standards.

The Role

This position is a newly created opportunity and is best suited to highly motivated recent graduates wanting to lea
and excel in the Insurance sector. The role will include working with the Director and Assistant General Manager, lea
ing the basics of all insurance processing including but not limited to: filing, processing, faxing, scanning and general insurance office administration

You

We are looking for an enthusiastic recent graduate candidate ready to begin or take the next step in their insurance career who possess:

· Driven, self-motivated and willing to lea

· Professional and impressive communication skills (written and verbal)

· Strong work ethic and insurance focused attitude

· Experience within the insurance industry would be looked upon favorably

· Animal Lover must love dogs!

Lawson Delaney
[Apply online]
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