Location:Mt Isa & Western QLD > Regional QLD Worktype:Full Time Profession / Role:Healthcare & Medical > Psychology/Counsel
Social Worker/Psychologist vacancy
Gidgee Healing is expanding and we are seeking allied health professionals to join our new team!
Gidgee Healing is an Aboriginal Community Controlled Health Service based in Mount Isa and dedicated to making a long-term positive impact on the health and wellbeing of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander families within the region. Gidgee Healing provides a range of primary health care services across Mount Isa and the North West and Lower Gulf regions of Queensland and targets the following areas:
Gidgee Healing is employing our own Allied Health Professionals to work within the multidisciplinary team as an integral component of the comprehensive primary health care services we provide to local Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people. At the centre of our primary health care model is the use of health checks for all clients, with referrals on to Allied Health to assist in the management of chronic disease and other conditions.
What can we offer you?
Gidgee Healing can offer you a proactive and forward thinking team that is passionate about making a difference to the health and wellbeing of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people. You will be part an extensive team and be fully supported through a robust Clinical and Cultural Governance Framework.
Gidgee Healing may provide professional development assistance and opportunities for employees who undertake the application process and meet the eligibility criteria. You may be further supported by Health Workforce Queensland through the provision of incentive packages and allied health scholarships for additional education, training and professional development.
This newly created team within Gidgee Healing gives you the chance to make the position your own, progress the role and further develop your allied health career.
Most roles will include outreach service delivery into the Lower Gulf of Carpentaria communities, working closely with local service providers and participating in community engagement activities to enhance local health service design and delivery of culturally responsive health care.
Following successful placement eligible candidates may be entitled to receive support and financial assistance through Health Workforce Queensland's comprehensive workforce attraction and retention incentives
Who are we looking for?
Gidgee Healing are seeking both experienced and early career allied health professionals to join our team.
Please see the relevant Position Description for key responsibilities, key performance indicators, selection criteria, qualifications and experience. Job No: HWQAH 1861
How to apply?
If you're keen to join Gidgee Healing at an exciting time of business development and expansion, click the Apply Now link with the following documentation included:
Cover letter describing how you meet the Selection Criteria, and
Resume outlining your qualification and previous experience, including two professional referees.
Only applications that address the Selection Criteria will be considered.
Location:Townsville & Northern QLD > Regional QLD Worktype:Full Time Profession / Role:Healthcare & Medical > General Practitioner
Townsville is a large regional centre in North Queensland with excellent access to tertiary services, private schooling and James Cook University.
The practice is an accredited training practice for RACGP and ACRRM registrars and has been open for 2 years now with 5 consulting rooms, a 2 bay treatment room and it is located alongside pathology and pharmacy services in a modern shopping centre near the city. There are a number of doctors working a mix of hours and the practice now requires additional clinicians to meet the growing demand.
The practice is a mixed billing practice and is open 6 days and provides the full range of family medicine services, children's health, GP shared care obstetrics, aviation medicine with the option to pursue addiction medicine in our outreach clinics. The practice is happy to support clinical interests of their practitioners and bringing your own special interest would be encouraged. Clinics are run both in the main practice and there are additional outreach clinics including Drug and Alcohol rehabilitation site visits and a variety of local and remote sites including remote North Queensland on a fly-in-fly-out model. The package will include an allowance for flying training for those interested in being future pilots or flying currency budget for current pilots. The package includes 65% of billings with a minimum guarantee for the first three months of work plus flying allowance. A DWS position is available for clinicians interested in weekend-only work in Townsville or in the outreach clinics that fly out of Townsville.
Applicants must have AHPRA registration and we are happy to teach and support doctors on the independent pathway or practice eligible pathway. Fellowship of either college preferred. Part time applicants encouraged, hours are flexible and the practice culture is supportive of evidence based medicine and a collegiate care.
The practice is open six days and does cover nursing home patients but there are no after-hours on call requirements. The ideal candidate would contribute to the 6 day roster and we would also be interested in hearing from GPs who would like a (DWS) weekend only or outreach roster.
Location:Mt Isa & Western QLD > Regional QLD Worktype:Full Time Profession / Role:Healthcare & Medical > Medical/General Practitioner
Here's your opportunity to put your medical skills and receive financial assistance and ongoing career support while you're providing primary care services to the Aboriginal and Torres Strait people residing in the Mount Isa region.
Gidgee Healing is currently seeking a General Practitioner to deliver integrated, comprehensive primary health care services at their Burke St Clinic in Mount Isa.
You will be supported by a team of dedicated clinic staff including Registered Nurses, Aboriginal Health Workers, Medical Receptionists, Practice Managers and visiting Specialists and Allied Health providers; in addition to community and secondary service providers.
Qualified Medical Practitioner, holding unconditional current registration with AHPRA
Vocationally Registered , FRACGP or FACRRM highly desirable.
Eligible for unrestricted Medicare Provider Number
Knowledge, understanding and sensitivity towards the social, economic and cultural factors affecting Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples health.
Gidgee Healing is a dynamic Aboriginal Community Controlled Health Service that provides a comprehensive and growing range of primary health care services to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people residing in the Mount Isa, North West and Lower Gulf of Carpentaria regions. Our services include General Practice, maternal and child health, social and preventative health, health promotion and education, allied health and specialist services.
Gidgee Healing is also the lead agency for headspace Mount Isa and the Normanton Recovery and Community Wellbeing Service. The organisation strives to provide high quality health and wellbeing services in a culturally welcoming environment, to enhance the accessibility and uptake of health services by our clients and support the early identification and management of illness and chronic diseases.
The North West offers a relaxed and casual lifestyle, with a wealth of camping and exploring, scenic national parks, gorges, as well as pristine river, lake and open water fishing and recreation.
Following successful placement the eligible General Practitioner may be entitled to receive support and financial assistance through Health Workforce Queensland's comprehensive workforce attraction and retention incentives such as listed below;
Provide grants to encourage and support medical practitioners to relocate to rural Queensland.
We are currently seeking experienced drill operators to complete blast crew activities whilst ensuring targets and optimum productivity is achieved.
Located in the Emerald region this position will offer the option for residential living.
This role will entail:
With immediate starts available this is a great opportunity for a motivated and driven team player. The successful candidate will enjoy a variety of benefits including a family friendly roster reporting directly to the site supervisor.
As a Casual Retail Merchandiser, you will be completing a wide range of tasks! Every day will be different! Managing your territory of stores within the Specialty Retail Sector. Stores vary depending on the territory but may include; Target, Kmart, Big W, Best and Less, Myer, Harvey Norman.
You will be merchandising a wide variety of leading brands ranging from DVDs, Magazines, Books, Jewellery and Consumer Electronics. In this role, you will need to build strong relationships in stores and ensure all products are displayed to the best of standards. In our busy period, hours do increase where you will be picking up additional Planogram work. This territory is Sarina and includes major retail stores in the surrounding areas. Hours will vary week to week from approximately 3-11 hours per week (Average 5 hours)
Monday - Friday availability required and Wednesday is the key day. Duties
Merchandising variety of products
Creating Point-of-Sale displays
Ensure pricing and ticketing is correct
Build strong relationships with management and staff
Negotiate shelf space and pre-sell promotions
Report back on the day's work and upload photos using your smartphone/tablet
Previous merchandising experience preferred
Experience working in retail essential
Experience or knowledge of planograms is ideal
Strong communication and ability to build relationships in stores
Strong negotiation skills and time management
Ability to work across a wide variety of products and brands
Confident to report back on the day's work, upload photos onto internal store system using your device
Reliable vehicle and valid driver's license
Flexibility working hours, work-life balance
Training and support from management team
Working with leading global brands
is an established leader in field sales marketing and merchandising throughout Australia and New Zealand. We have a national field team of 2000 associates and growing every day. We partner with our clients to increase their presence within the retail marketplace and deliver sales and growth for their business.
Interested in working for CROSSMARK? Please submit your resume and cover letter stating why you would like to work for us by using the Apply button below. CMK2
Apply nowJob no:504349 Work type:Permanent - Full-time Location:Townsville Categories:General Hands
At Fulton Hogan we work hard to be the best, we give it our all and take pride in what we do. We know we're only as good as our people, so we're committed to hiring, developing and retaining only the best in business! Fulton Hogan is a major civil contracting company offering clients services in civil contracting, construction, infrastructure maintenance, quarrying and asphalt production and surfacing.
We are seeking Grounds and Maintenance Team Members to join our team at Fulton Hogan Townsville.
The role will include:
Ensure open spaces including gardens and landscapes are maintained and presented at a high standard at all times.
Garden labour such as pruning, weeding and hedging are to be completed in a safe manner using the most appropriate equipment.
Operation of mowing or slashing equipment.
Ensure the proper and safe use and storage of all materials, consumables and gardening equipment.
This position will suit candidates with strong people and customer service skills.
To be successful in this position you will require the following skills/experience:
Full Driving Licence
Previous experience working in a grounds/maintenance role
A keen eye for detail and great communication skills
Strong team ethic with the ability to work independently.
Certificate III in Landscape or Horticulture (or similar) would be highly regarded.
ACDC licence, Traffic awareness and White card would all be highly regarded.
An opportunity to join a multinational civil contractor that genuinely cares for its people. You're not just a number!
Excellent compensation structure in place to attract the industries best
You will be provided with the autonomy to develop and promote initiatives within your role
If you feel this position is a good fit for your skills and experience and you are passionate about working for a company that prioritises our REAL values of Respect, Energy, Attitude and Leadership, please apply below.
We are an equal opportunity employer and value diversity in our company.
*No agency applications will be considered*
Advertised: E. Australia Standard Time Applications close: E. Australia Standard Time
WILD LIFE Hamilton Island, 1 Resort Dr Whitsundays, QLD, 4803 Australia
Are you passionate about Australian Animals and Conservation with a focus on FUN? How would you like to spend your day in one of Queensland’s iconic attractions and incredible tourist destinations? Are you ready to take the next step up in animal keeping and move to a leadership role?
We have a fantastic opportunity for a Senior Animal Keeper to join our fantastic team at WILD LIFE Hamilton Island. This is a permanent full time role.
About the Role All of our roles are focused on ensuring we deliver the very best fun and memorable experiences to our guests in line with our Merlin values.
Working as the Senior Keeper you will lead our small and fabulous Animal Keeping team at WILD LIFE Hamilton Island.Through your leadership skills you will need to deliver the highest quality exhibits, animal husbandry & welfare and memorable guest experiences at all times. The role requires a versatile and hands on individual who can lead from the front and is prepared to get their hands dirty assisting the team with daily chores.It requires an individual who is capable and willing to work in a physically demanding environment and cope with the wonderful warmth and humidity only the beautiful tropics can offer!
About You The ideal candidate for this role must have past experience in the husbandry of Australian wildlife, especially Koalas as well as an Animal husbandry Qualification such as a Certificate III in Captive Animal Management or the equivalent.Additionally a qualification and experience in Vet Nursing would be favourable given the remote aspect of our location.A sound modern approach to captive animal welfare and management is essential with a proven track record of good organizational skills, capable record keeping and basic administration skills.A full and valid manual driver’s license, a valid certificate in basic First Aid, a current QLD Blue Card for working with children and confirmation of Q-Fever vaccine is required.
We are looking for an individual with excellent public presentation skills and a confident knowledge of our amazing Australian fauna.Attention to detail such as animal health & welfare and staff/guest safety are strong prerequisites.Experience with the identification and collection of Koala Browse will be highly regarded.
About Us We are Wildlife Hamilton Island a MERLIN ENTERTAINMENTS GROUP attraction.Merlin Entertainments is Europe’s Number 1 and the world’s second-largest visitor attraction operator.Merlin operates 106 attractions, eight hotels and three holiday villages in 23 countries and across four continents. We aim to deliver memorable and rewarding experiences to our 54 million visitors worldwide, through our iconic global and local brands, and the commitment and passion of our managers and more than 26,000 employees. Why do we do it? For the love of FUN!
Living in the breath taking Whitsundays Islands of Tropical North Queensland waking to the calls of nature rather than the buzz of the city while earning a competitive wage, how good can it get!?Enjoy our amazing corporate partnership discounts, and of course, a Merlin Magic Pass, which entitles you and your family and friends free admission to all our attractions worldwide. Perhaps the biggest benefit of joining us however, are the invaluable opportunities for further career training and development across our ever-expanding group.
So if you are a team player who is vibrant and passionate and lives to deliver the best customer service while having fun we want to hear from you!
Southern Cross Austereo – one of Australia's most progressive and exciting entertainment based media companies – has a rare opportunity for a journalist/radio newsreader to join the team, based in Townsville.
This role has a long tradition of giving quality local journalists the exposure and experience to further develop their careers to successfully make the transition into the larger metropolitan markets. With this in mind, this position would suit somebody who has already had some in a radio newsroom, and ideally working on air, and is looking for the next step to advance their career.
You will work closely with the News Director and Content Director to deliver a qulity local news service to our listeners that is accurate, conversational and entertaining.
As the successful person you will have:
A reading and writing style that suits our commercial radio stations
The ability to work in both a solo and team environment
Be able to work to tight deadlines
Knowledge of Cairns and Far North Queensland is an advantage
Have a positive attitude, and proactive work ethic
A thorough understanding of ACMA compliance and CRA Codes of Practice and Broadcasting Standards
At least 6 months experience
The opportunities are endless when you're working for one of Australia's leading media company. As the newest member of the team, you'll get all the support and guidance you need to develop your skills, grow your radio career and reach your full potential.
Interested? If so please visit www.scacareers.com.au to submit your résumé, cover letter (with salary expectations) and a Radio news bulletin demo sent as an mp3 . We look forward to receiving your application.
Southern Cross Austereo reserves the right to commence recruitment activities prior to the stated closing date.
As one of Australia's most innovative and exciting entertainment-based media companies, working for Southern Cross Austereo is far more than a job – it’s an opportunity to be associated with one of the world’s leaders in media entertainment. Our radio networks are committed to delivering the country’s best entertainment, music, sport, comedy and big events to Australians whilst our digital division is leading the way in thought leadership and innovation. We also have affiliation arrangements with all of the metropolitan commercial television networks which means SCA’s television services cover most of regional Australia. The combination of our TV, Radio and digital assets can reach 95% of Australians, engaging over 10 million people per week, making us a truly integrated media company.
Employing approximately 2,500 staff nationally, SCA is an exciting, vibrant, energetic and progressive company. Our values are the standards which our people share that guide our day-to-day decisions, shape or individual and collective behaviour and make us who we are today.
The opportunities to grow your career is endless when you’re working for one of Australia’s leading media companies. We provide all staff with ongoing support and guidance to develop your skills, grow your media career and reach your full potential.
We are committed to advancing equal employment opportunities for our staff and to diversify and develop our workforce. Furthermore, we aim to recognise the value of attracting and retaining employees with different backgrounds, experience, knowledge and abilities. We also aim to ensure diversity contributes to our business success and benefits individuals, teams, clients and the community.
Job Description: A short term opportunity exists for an experienced Home Tutor on a large cattle station west of Quilpie, Qld. The successful candidate must have a passion for teaching and children and be focused on education. You will be responsible for managing the daily school lessons for a grade 4 boy his primary education program supplied by Longreach School of the Air. Previous experience as a governess or a teacher is essential, as is a Blue card, a current drivers licence and own vehicle. The successful applicant must be a motivated person, fit and healthy and have a positive and social approach to life. Single female accommodation and all meals are provided.
Benefits: Accommodation and meals provided.
Please note this is a permanent position and not available to Working Holiday Visa Holders.
CPL's team of allied health professionals deliver specialist therapy services for children and adults at our centres, home, school and within the community. We offer a broad range of allied health services including occupational therapy, physiotherapy, speech and language pathology, and social work. The dynamic team customises intervention to provide early childhood services, individual and group therapies, consultation and programming, prescription for equipment and communication aids, as well as education and training to empower the community.In joining our Allied Health team in Rockhampton QLD, you will provide clinical support to clients with various disabilities across the lifespan, delivering a high quality service to support them to achieve their goals and live the life they choose with passion. We welcome applications from experienced or recent / newly graduated therapists.Your responsibilities will include:Working within an interdisciplinary/multidisciplinary team to provide high quality, family-centred speech & language pathology services (e.g. consultation, assessment, therapy intervention, advocacy and prescription of assistive technologies) that will facilitate client opportunities for valued and inclusive lifestyles.Providing speech and language pathology information and liaison for clients, families, carers and their networks and all relevant stakeholders in order to enhance client independence, decision-making, rights and access to relevant services.Collaborating with team members for effective decision-making by contributing relevant speech and language pathology information and considering the relevant stakeholders involved in service provision to the client.Developing knowledge and clinical skills in line with the CPL Allied Health Core Competencies, supported by a comprehensive supervision and mentoring framework for clinical practice and professional learning.Maintaining professional and ethical standards in achieving quality client outcomes in line with the Human Services Quality Framework and The CPL Way.Demonstrating professional conduct, values and attitudes that reflect The CPL Way at all times.BenefitsPermanent, Full time roleRecent graduate or experienced therapistGreat working environment & location!Employee benefits programSupport for professional developmentCollaborative, friendly and professional team Position Description Australia - QLD Rockhampton & Capricorn Coast Application Successful You've successfully completed your application X To apply, please submit your CV, cover letter and selection criteria as outlined in the position description attached or available from the CPL careers site. For more information please contact Paul Cooper on 07 3358 8074, quoting Ref No. 784303.
Who we are Australian Red Cross is part of the world’s largest humanitarian organisation. Our aim is to improve the lives of the most vulnerable people in Australia and across our region. About the role Lead a team and be an integral part of the Regional Leadership team for setting clear strategic direction and drive integration planning processes and resource management with services teams and other functional areas in order to meet the strategic directions of the organisation. The role requires a demonstrated knowledge of and proven ability to effectively apply professional practice methodologies, policy, quality standards, and relevant legislation in service delivery. Additionally, ensure frontline service delivery staff have the knowledge and skills to enable high quality service outcomes and are consistently applied in their day-to-day work. Therefore, understanding and implementing effective staff management and personnel practices are essential. A Working with Children check or ability to hold one is a requirement for this role. What you will bring
A passion for social change, proven leadership experience in human services and a comprehensive understanding of current trends and issues in the service delivery sector
Proven ability to supervise, develop, and lead the performance of service teams across a broad service portfolio and enable a highly focused, client service orientated workforce to effectively implement strategies that support positive change and improve outcomes for clients and communities
Sound experience in project management, tertiary qualifications in human services or related field and applied knowledge of the role of volunteers and how they can add value are highly desirable.
The Benefits Work for an organisation that makes a difference in the lives of people and communities during times of vulnerability. Excellent salary packaging options are available to increase your take home pay. For more information please see the position description below or contact Rachel Montgomery on O402 895 486. Position description:
Procurement Category Advisor We have an opportunity for a Procurement Category Advisor in the Procurement team in Finance. The purpose of the Procurement team is to provide expertise to the Lines of Business in identifying, sourcing, negotiations, contracting and managing ongoing supplier performance. Ensuring the group meets its contractual obligations and extracts the best from our supplier relationships. Leveraging scale and maximising opportunities for NZ and across the group. Duties will include: Maintenance of Suppliers and Contracts. Management of the end to end Procurement sourcing process. Collaborating with various teams/stakeholders across Suncorp and the wider business on projects/initiatives to enable them to make informed decisions and ensure positive outcomes. Ensuring prompt responses are provided to Ad-hoc requests from the Procurement Manager and the wider business. Within your role ensure that risks are managed on a day-to-day basis by adhering to all Suncorp NZ processes and procedures and act in a way that supports and champions a risk culture within Suncorp. Broadly understand Group strategy and how that applies to the various individual entities and business units necessary for effective procurement support activities. Responsibly manage compliance with all legislative and internal policy obligations. In order to be successful in the role you must have proven experience of the following: General understanding of procurement principles and exposure to the procurement environment. Attention to detail and focus on delivering to deadlines Team Player, have demonstrated the ability to work in a changing environment. Solution focused and strong problem-solving abilities. Strong communication skills both verbal and written Resilient and able to cope under pressure Ability to manage multiple tasks and ongoing prioritisation of those tasks Benefits Competitive salary + discretionary annual bonus 50% discount on Vero insurance products Flexible leave of up to 4 days per year Positive, inclusive team environment where we welcome individuality and celebrate diversity Flexible work arrangements embracing a healthy work/life balance Discounted medical insurance through Southern Cross Flexible benefit 0 annually for gym membership or hobbies Flexible career break opportunities Opportunity to join the employee share plan At Suncorp New Zealand our success is powered by our people. Our people are passionate about improving the financial wellbeing of New Zealanders. We offer the freedom to work in a flexible environment, we respect and encourage diversity and we are committed to delivering great outcomes for our customers. If this sounds like you, apply now! For further information please email us on [Click Apply].au. In submitting an application, you are confirming agreement to our Privacy Statement. Advertised: 13 Aug 2018 New Zealand Standard Time Applications close: 12 Sep 2018 New Zealand Standard Time
Technical Officer, Moranbah Isaac Regional Council offers a wide range of exciting career and employment opportunities throughout the region. Our vision is to energise the world and our mission is to feed, power and build communities. An exciting opportunity exists for a permanent full time Technical Officer to join Isaac Regional Council’s Engineering and Infrastructure directorate based in Moranbah. Reporting to the Manager Infrastructure Planning and Technical Services this position will provide assistance with coordination, integration and delivery of the construction, maintenance and operational programs relating to Infrastructure, Planning & Technical Services. To be successful in this role, you will have:
Minimum four (4) years of demonstrated experience in project management, contract management or similar role as it relates to civil infrastructure.
Tertiary qualification in Civil Infrastructure or related field is desirable.
Experience in contract management and associated documentation.
Demonstrated familiarity with civil construction techniques, methodologies and cost estimating.
C Class Open Australian Drivers Licence.
For this position we offer:
Salary $64,580.16 - $75,954.34 per annum;
Nominally 36.25 hours per week;
5 weeks annual leave @ 17.5% loading;
12% super (in accordance with policy);
RDO’s in accordance with Council Policy.
For more details on this exciting position contact the Manager Infrastructure Planning and Technical Services Mr Jason Akers, during business hours on. Phone: (07) 4846 3545 or Email: . To submit your application – please forward your responses to the selection criteria (Item D ‘Key Competencies’ within the Position Description), resume and a cover letter to Please ensure ‘59016 Technical Officer’ is in the subject heading of your application. Applications Close: Monday 27 August 2018
The Operational Services Officer (Domestic) provides a range of domestic and/or operational service functions to facilitate delivery of quality service to clients of the Mornington Island Health Service. A Class ‘C’ motor vehicle licence is a requirement for this role. Our health service can offer you great work-life balance coupled with generous remuneration and benefits. Apply now! Job details Position status Permanent Position type Full-time Occupational group Health - Health Service Support Classification OO2 Workplace Location North West Qld Job ad reference QLD/MI285249 Closing date 05-Sep-2018 Yearly salary $50373 - $54623 Fortnightly salary $1930.80 - $2093.70 Job duration Contact person Vinu Nagarajan Contact details (07) 4745 7777 Job Ad Reference: MI285249 Salary: Remuneration package of up to $62,323 p.a. comprising salary range of $50,373 - $54,623 p.a. (OO2), recreational leave loading (17.5%), and employer contribution to superannuation (12.75%). About North West Hospital and Health Service The North West Hospital and Health Service covers an area of over 300,000 square kilometres and services the rural and remote communities within North Western Queensland and the Gulf of Carpentaria. The Health Service includes the City of Mount Isa and the towns and areas of Burketown, Camooweal, Cloncurry, Dajarra, Doomadgee, Julia Creek, Karumba, Normanton and Mornington Island. About the Role
Be an active participant in quality activities as pertains to the domestic/operational services area and provide domestic support to the hospital as required.
Process maintenance issues as required and provide the Director of Nursing with documentation of faulty equipment, maintenance requests and potential occupational health and safety risks in a timely manner.
Follow defined service quality standards, occupational health and safety policies and procedures relating to the work being undertaken in order to ensure high quality, safe services and workplaces.
A Class ‘C' motor vehicle licence is required.
For additional information regarding the responsibilities and/or other requirements for this position please refer to the role description. Benefits of working with North West HHS We are committed to providing a wide range of rewarding career opportunities to our employees. Our health service offers generous remuneration packages and employment benefits which include salary sacrificing options, recreational leave loading, generous employer superannuation contribution, shift allowances, locality allowances, professional development assistance, flexible working arrangements, access to corporate discounts, staff wellness programs and the employee assistance program. Mornington Island Hospital and Community Health provides emergency, inpatient, outpatient and community based services to a predominately indigenous population. Mornington Island Hospital is a Level 1 facility with nine (9) beds which provides primary and secondary care while Mornington Island Community Health provides health prevention programs and initiatives to promote community wellbeing. Mornington Island is a designated alcohol free environment. Mornington Island is located in the Gulf of Carpentaria, about 444km north of Mount Isa and 28km off the coast of mainland Australia. It has a unique natural environment and is renowned for its rich Indigenous culture and internationally acclaimed artwork that has emerged from the community. Further information Please download the role description for future reference. Please do not upload zipped files, pdfs created through Microsoft Word 2007, tagged pdfs or protected documents. These files are accepted: .gif, .bmp, .png, .rtf, .txt, .doc and .docx. Documents Before applying for this vacancy please ensure you read the documents below.
Opportunity to work for one of Australia's largest social purpose organisation
Competitive Hourly Rate with excellent tax benefits
Working across the Mackay Region, Permanent Part Time roles on offer
About the Organisation Life Without Barriers is a leading social purpose, not for profit organisation of 5,600 employees working in more than 440 communities across Australia. We support children, young people and families, people with disability, older people and people with mental illness. We work with people who are homeless and refugees and asylum seekers. We want to employ people who reflect the diversity of our clients to ensure we can support each client's individual needs and wants. We encourage people of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander background and people with disability to apply. About the Role We are looking to recruit Youth Workers on a permanent part time basis. You will provide high quality, flexible support with a focus on enhancing the lives of children and young people in the Out of Home Care program in the Mackay region. You will be required to think creatively to plan and implement youth work programs for the children and young people you support. We provide support in a number of services including Foster Care and Residential. The successful candidates will have availability to work across both programs including occasional weekends and sleepovers. Key Responsibilities
Work within a team based environment to facilitate delivery of quality services to achieve positive outcomes for children and young people in a foster care setting
You will contribute to the development and implementation of a range of individual, therapeutic, recreational or skills-development activities that are consistent with and supportive of the care plans developed for each child
You will required to practice from a therapeutic/non-punitive framework
Skills & Experience
Minimum Certificate IV in Child, Youth and Family Intervention (or other related field)
Current First Aid Certificate (or willingness to obtain)
Unrestricted drivers licence and own vehicle with comprehensive insurance
Demonstrated experience in providing a creative and flexible approach to people with individual needs
Demonstrated experience implementing Individual client care plan goals
Commitment to improving the quality of life, skills and independence of children and young people
Excellent written and oral communication skills including strong interpersonal skills, use of Microsoft Office packages.
Willingness to work within the philosophy of the Life Without Barriers organisation
Successful candidates will be required to clear probity checks including National Criminal History Record Check and Working with Children Check (where relevant to the role). Benefits
Make the positive difference in young people’s lives
Flexible hours on offer, Permanent Part Time roles on offer
Local service office based in Mackay, position servicing the Mackay Region
Location: Rockhampton Reference: 48464 Remuneration: Attractive Remuneration Offered Aurizon is committed to a diverse workforce and we encourage female and Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander applicants to apply. About the role: This role will see you use your analytical problem solving skills to support the Tactical Planning team in delivering integrated asset activity plans in ensuring the section's assets are efficiently and effectively maintained and constructed to the required standards whilst supporting customer requirements. Responsibilities- 1. Support the development of work practices that ensure the efficient delivery of maintenance and construction activities. 2. Provide reports of resource productivity, usage and production against plan. 3. Schedule and attend planning meetings to ensure efficiency and to resolve any coordination or interface issues with other areas. 4. Manage all work input and output in work tracking systems, ensuring accuracy. 5. Coordinate regular meetings with relevant stakeholders, to review actual works against program and clarify up coming works. 6. Provide information to enable detailed analysis About you: Ideally you will have knowledge of supply chain within the heavy industry, with the ability to self-manage and prioritise your workload. About you:
An Associate Diploma in an Engineering or Business related based discipline would be advantageous.
High level of skill in planning, forecasting and monitoring project and operational works budgets.
Substantial interpersonal, negotiation, oral and written communication skills.
Strong computer skills, specifically in modelling and planning management systems and Excel.
2+ years' experience working in supply chain and/or heavy industry.
Ability to pass background checks including police and drivers history.
High level of skill in the monitoring of performance against program and related Key Performance Indicators, determining and implementing required actions and suitable plans to meet the agreed targets.
About Aurizon: Aurizon is Australia's largest rail freight operator and a top 100 ASX company. Each year, we transport more than 250 million tonnes of Australian commodities, connecting miners, primary producers, and industry with international and domestic markets. We strive for a diverse, collaborative, creative and a high-performance culture that celebrates the contribution of every employee, and provide opportunities for career development in a dynamic work environment that values gender equity, LGBTI inclusion and workplace diversity. Our benefits
Discounts on selected health insurance funds, personal travel, gyms, vehicles and retail brands
Parental Leave Program and Super Booster
Access to an employee assistance program
Access to female and Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander mentoring programs
Flexible Working Arrangements (Subject to business needs)
To learn about us and our company values, visit Our values: Safety: We have a relentless focus to ZEROHarm. People: We seek diverse perspectives. Integrity: We have the courage to do the right thing. Customer: We strive to be the first choice for our customers. Excellence: We set and achieve ambitious goals. For more information regarding this vacancy, please contact Katie on 49320179.
ProTrain is currently recruiting for an experienced in-classroom instructor with experience teaching Server Cloud Administration. Candidates must have experience teaching in a classroom or/and in a synchronous environment, as well as have a minimum of 3 years in Server Cloud Administration. This is a full-time; contracted teaching position to begin early August. Future classes will be available to the right candidate. Course Location: Near Joint Base Lewis McChord (JBLM) NOTE: This position is IN CLASSROOM in Lakewood, Washington. ONLY those candidates who can live/work in the Lakewood, WA area should apply Course Day/Time: Begins August 2018 - Full Time schedule WHAT YOU WILL DO:
Teach and help students in virtual labs for topics related to the following exams:
Exam 70-740 - Installation, Storage, and Compute with Windows Server 2016
Exam 70-741 - Networking with Windows Server 2016
Exam 70-742 - Identity with Windows Server 2016
Exam 70-533 - Implementing Microsoft Azure Infrastructure Solutions
Exam 70-703 - Admin System Center Config Manager
Teach and help students with soft skills such as creating resume, interviewing skills, etc.
A current Microsoft Certified Trainer certification
Minimum 3-5 years teaching experience with a passion to learn and teach
Minimum 3-5 years’ work experience with Microsoft Azure
Minimum 1 year in related field of study
Current Microsoft certifications: 70-740, 70-741, 70-742, 70-533, 70-703
If individual is missing certifications from the list above, the individual must be committed to learning and understanding the exam content before each class. Veteran or Military Spouse preferred but not required WHAT WE OFFER: Competitive Salary 1099 Contract; Full Time Hours Faculty Development WHY PROTRAIN? Founded in 2004, ProTrain offers quality classroom and online training. We provide a CE-Turnkey Solution and partnership opportunities for institutions of higher learning to provide programs to various verticals such as Military Tuition Assistance (TA), Military Spouses (MyCAA), Wounded Warriors, Veterans, Unemployed (WIA), Corporate and Individuals. ProTrain is an affordable solution for students seeking to prepare for an in-demand career that will help move them and America forward to achieve the goal of Education 2 Employment! Personal Training Assessment Managers will work with you throughout the entire process before, during and after to assist with the student’s program of study. At ProTrain, we realize that learning is a commitment that we are all making to have a better future. Our clients’ needs (partners and students) are paramount. We are committed to your success and ours, one student at a time.