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Clien Services Coordinator (Scheduling / Rostering) » South Geelong, Geelong - Home Instead Geelong & Bellarine Peninsula is a leading provider of high-quality, relationship-based in-home care for ageing adults. Home Instead Geelong was founded by Giovanni and Giselle Siano in 2018 and now employs over 400 people in the Geelong and surrounding regions, with offices in Geelong West, Clifton Springs and Torquay. Home Instead Geelong won the most prestigious ‘Business of the Year 2021’ and the ‘Emerging Business (under 3 years) awards in the Geelong Business Excellence Awards, a prestigious award which celebrates the achievements of businesses in the Geelong region. More recently Home Instead Geelong won the Customer Service Award in the 2022 Community Achievement Awards for Regional Victoria. We help with a range of personal and lifestyle needs while providing welcome companionship for ageing adults. Services include assistance with personal care, light household duties, meal preparation, medication reminders, and transport to appointments, shopping and social outings and care management. We also provide specialist care within the following domains: Dementia, Parkinson's disease, MND, MS and Palliative care at home. About the role Are you looking for variety in your role? Do you love engaging with people and building relationships? Do you want your next position to be part of something meaningful where you have an opportunity to make a difference in your local community? If you answered yes, take the lead and be part of Home Instead Due to rapid expansion of the business, an exciting career opportunity exist in our Geelong West office for energetic, self-motivated, and highly organised team member who love nothing more than problem solving rosters and making a difference to the lives of vulnerable people in our community by providing world-class customer services The Care Services Coordinator is a full-time position, located at our Geelong West or Clifton Springs offices, best suited to someone who is driven, and client focused. Primary Duties, include but are not limited to: Coordinate client services and CAREGivers schedules to ensure that all clients receive high quality services in a timely manner. Manage incoming requests in a friendly and professional manner. Ensure our CAREGivers and clients are perfectly matched based on established requirements (such as skills, experience, location and personality). Ensure our CAREGivers receive word-class customer service and they meet minimum weekly service hours. Work with key stakeholders providing relevant information from initial requests to end of services. Set up and finalise new client schedules. Ensure rosters are optimised and in line with the awards. Skills and experience Previous experience in scheduling/rostering people and /or services in a very fast-paced environment would be an advantage. Customer service experience where telephone communication was the primary communication with clients and/or employees. Strong organisational, time management and problem-solving skills with previous office administration experience. Accurate data entry skills and experience in MS Office suite. An outgoing personality with high energy levels, good communication skills and personable telephone manager. A demonstrated interest and empathy in supporting older and vulnerable people. What We Offer: Meaningful Impact: Experience great job satisfaction as you make a positive difference in the lives of people within the community. Stability: Enjoy a full-time position, providing you with a secure and long-term career opportunity. Work-Life Balance : Benefit from flexible working arrangements, promoting a healthy work-life balance. Celebration of You: Take your birthday off, fully paid, to celebrate and enjoy your special day. Financial Benefits: Explore salary packaging benefits, including novated leasing, to maximize your financial rewards. Recognition: Join a multi-award-winning and highly dynamic local organization, contributing to a culture of excellence. Employee Wellbeing: Access Sonder, a confidential support service available 24/7. This service includes a self-help library, location-based safety support, and on-demand support from a team of medical, mental health, and safety professionals via call and chat. This benefit extends to our Key Players and their families. To apply online, please click on the appropriate link below. Alternatively, for a confidential discussion, please contact Giovanni Siano on , quoting Ref No. 1177442. • Thu, 30 MayHome Instead
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Business Development Manager » Melbourne CBD, Melbourne - Company Description Are you ready to be a big part of something big? At carsales, we're all about making buying and selling a great experience. For 25 years we've been evolving with the new economy to help people choose how they move today and tomorrow. When it comes to your career, we want to provide big opportunities to help you make a big impact. But for this to be possible, we strive to feel small. Small enough to quickly change tack, small enough to learn from different departments and small enough to connect authentically with leadership. Not something you'd expect from one of the country's biggest tech companies, is it? And one of the best parts? We give you the autonomy to choose the working location that best suits your lifestyle - Office, Hybrid or Anywhere. What's on offer: A place where you can move your career forward, where you'll be continuously backed to make new ideas happen, and the chance to do work that makes real, significant impact in the world. We're proud to be recognised as one of Australia's Best Workplaces by Great Place to Work, an AFR BOSS Best Place to Work, a Family Friendly Workplace, and WGEA Employer of Choice for Gender Equality. The support of a highly engaged, high-performing team including a leadership team that's you'll actually have face time with. 22 weeks paid parental leave for primary caregivers, four weeks paid secondary caregivers leave, six weeks paid gender affirming care leave. What you'll do: RedBook is the leading provider of vehicle identification and pricing data services in Australia. We have been researching the automotive market for over 70 years, and are a trusted business partner within the auto, finance, and insurance industries. This is your opportunity to join RedBook as the Business Development Manager. This role will suit a self-motivating and inquisitive upcoming business development professional who enjoys exploring new green fields business relationships and building opportunities. Share expertise to research and identify potential clients, markets, and trends to generate new business opportunities with the support of the account coordinators and Commercial Manager meet revenue growth objectives. Develop and support solutions that deliver relationships with new clients, partners and industry influencers. Collaborate and provide input into new products and services to maintain RedBook as the leader in pricing, specifications and insights. Prepare and present compelling business proposals, presentations, and pitches to potential clients both for inbound and outbound enquiry. Qualifications What are we looking for? Demonstrated inclusive and interpersonal attributes that connect you to our behaviours (we change the game, we own it, we step in, we are curious, we don't take ourselves too seriously). Demonstrate understanding and expertise in in account management or business development, sales or a related role within the data services or technology sector. Expertise to build and grow effective relationships with internal and external customers with a good understanding of data services, data analytics, data management, and data integration Experience with Salesforce CRM and related platforms is advantageous. Additional Information A few other things we want to let you know about carsales is an equal opportunity employer and we pride ourselves on fostering a diverse and inclusive workplace. We encourage everyone of all ages, genders and backgrounds to apply. If you're a candidate with a disability or you'll need some adjustments to be at your best, let us know how we can provide you with additional support. We know how important keeping that balance between work/life is and have a range of flexible working options on offer, including part time work. We are open to this conversation during our recruitment process - if you want to know more just ask. We are a proud Circle Back Initiative Employer which means we are committed to responding to every job applicant. Successful candidates joining the carsales family are required to undergo a National Police Record check and must have full-time Australian working rights on an ongoing basis. So come and join our team - because every role is a big role in our plans to go big. • Mon, 10 JunCarsales.com
Executive Assistant to Clinical Director, Drug & Alcohol Service » New South Wales - here because we value and respect our patients, employees, and teams’ voices. You’ll feel a real privilege being a trusted caregiver in... • Sun, 09 JunNSW Health$37.09 - 37.94 per hour
Health Information Services Manager » Royal North Shore Hospital, NSW - a real privilege being a trusted caregiver in our patients, their families, their carers, and our communities’ lives... • Sun, 09 JunNSW Health
Records Control & Digitisation Manager » New South Wales - here because we value and respect our patients, employees, and teams’ voices. You’ll feel a real privilege being a trusted caregiver in... • Sun, 09 JunNSW Health

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Administration Officer » New South Wales - , employees, and teams’ voices. You’ll feel a real privilege being a trusted caregiver in our patients, their families... • Sun, 09 JunNSW Health$33.3 - 34.34 per hour
Advanced Nurse Unit Manager - Emergency Department - TQEH » Woodville South, SA - Emergency Department to implement strategies to enhance patient and caregiver experiences, consumer engagement and effective... • Sun, 09 JunGovernment of South Australia$128327 - 133758 per year
Patient Liaison Officer » Eastwood, NSW - Sydney, NSW - , and teams’ voices. You’ll feel a real privilege being a trusted caregiver in our patients, their families, their carers... • Sun, 09 JunNSW Health$39.15 - 40.07 per hour
Education Solutions Coordinator » North Ryde, NSW - (caregiver) leave, providing up to 30 days of additional support. Life insurance coverage for added peace of mind... • Sun, 09 JunJohnson & Johnson
Mid-Market Account Executive » Sydney, NSW - allowance up to USD$5,000 per annum Unlimited Time Off Policy Healthcare and fitness reimbursements Primary Caregiver Leave... (16 weeks) and Secondary Caregiver Leave (6 weeks) Opportunity to collaborate with a diverse team aligned with Check... • Sat, 08 JunHubSpot
Genetic Counsellor, Family Cancer Clinic » New South Wales - ’ voices. You’ll feel a real privilege being a trusted caregiver in our patients, their families, their carers... • Sat, 08 JunNSW Health$35.78 - 51.04 per hour
Senior Clinical Dietitian » New South Wales - here because we value and respect our patients, employees, and teams’ voices. You’ll feel a real privilege being a trusted caregiver in... • Sat, 08 JunNSW Health
Human Research Ethics Committee (HREC), Chair » New South Wales - , and teams’ voices. You’ll feel a real privilege being a trusted caregiver in our patients, their families, their carers... • Sat, 08 JunNSW Health$77.16 - 86.31 per hour
Teaching and Learning Support Officer » Dutton Park, QLD - and a range of are available, such as: 26 weeks paid parental leave or 14 weeks paid primary caregiver leave. 17% superannuation contributions 17.5% annual... • Sat, 08 JunThe University of Queensland$77396 - 86029 per year
Mid-Market Account Executive » Australia - allowance up to USD$5,000 per annum Unlimited Time Off Policy Healthcare and fitness reimbursements Primary Caregiver Leave... (16 weeks) and Secondary Caregiver Leave (6 weeks) Opportunity to collaborate with a diverse team aligned with Check... • Sat, 08 JunHubSpot
Product Specialist » Brisbane, QLD - (caregiver) leave, providing up to 30 days of additional support. Life insurance coverage for added peace of mind... • Sat, 08 JunJohnson & Johnson
Product Specialist » North Ryde, NSW - Assistance Program for personal and professional support. Enhanced leave provisions for compassionate (caregiver) leave... • Sat, 08 JunJohnson & Johnson
Product Manager » Sydney, NSW - for personal and professional support. Enhanced leave provisions for compassionate (caregiver) leave, providing up to 30 days... • Sat, 08 JunJohnson & Johnson
Virtual Eating Disorder Service Paediatric Clinical Nurse Specialist » New South Wales - here because we value and respect our patients, employees, and teams’ voices. You’ll feel a real privilege being a trusted caregiver in... • Sat, 08 JunNSW Health$55.45 - 57.27 per hour
Hospital in the Home Senior Physiotherapist » New South Wales - a trusted caregiver in our patients, their families, their carers, and our communities’ lives. Where you'll be working... • Fri, 07 JunNSW Health$54.77 - 56.54 per hour
Work, Health and Safety Coordinator - Faculty of EAIT » Queensland - , contributions are valued and a range of are available, such as: 26 weeks paid parental leave or 14 weeks paid primary caregiver... • Fri, 07 JunThe University of Queensland$96649.64 - 105244.58 per year
Quality and Risk Manager, Mental Health » North Ryde, NSW - Sydney, NSW - here because we value and respect our patients, employees, and teams’ voices. You’ll feel a real privilege being a trusted caregiver in... • Fri, 07 JunNSW Health$61.96 - 70.38 per hour
Child and Youth Mental Health Service Clinician LNS CYMHS » New South Wales - , and teams’ voices. You’ll feel a real privilege being a trusted caregiver in our patients, their families, their carers... • Fri, 07 JunNSW Health$55.45 - 57.27 per hour
Product Specialist » North Ryde, NSW - (caregiver) leave, providing up to 30 days of additional support. Life insurance coverage for added peace of mind... • Fri, 07 JunJohnson & Johnson
Operator » Albany, WA - . Considering creating or growing a family? Our paid parental leave for primary caregiver is 18 weeks, and non-primary 3 weeks... • Fri, 07 JunWater Corporation$78315 per year
Product Specialist » Brisbane, QLD - provisions for compassionate (caregiver) leave, providing up to 30 days of additional support. Life insurance coverage for added... • Fri, 07 JunJohnson & Johnson
Acute Care Team Registered Nurse » Sydney, NSW - Brookvale, NSW - a real privilege being a trusted caregiver in our patients, their families, their carers, and our communities’ lives... • Fri, 07 JunNSW Health$35.33 - 49.6 per hour
Veterinary Nurse Intern » Queensland - , and a range of are available, such as: and , medical clinic, and post office 26 weeks paid parental leave or 14 weeks paid primary caregiver leave 17% superannuation... • Fri, 07 JunThe University of Queensland$63689.65 - 70103.64 per year
Specialist Integration Developer » Queensland - and a range of are available, such as: 26 weeks paid parental leave or 14 weeks paid primary caregiver leave 17% superannuation contributions 17.5% annual... • Fri, 07 JunThe University of Queensland$108975 - 122176 per year
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Advanced Nurse Unit Manager - Emergency Department - TQEH » Adelaide, SA - Emergency Department to implement strategies to enhance patient and caregiver experiences, consumer engagement and effective... • Fri, 07 JunSA Health$128327 - 133758 per year
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Childrens Case Worker » Yarralumla, South Canberra - The position Working within the Special Works team, the Childrens Case Worker will support the children of caregivers who are homeless/at risk of homelessness or experiencing social disadvantage in the ACT. As the Childrens Case Worker , you will engage with the children and families in facilitating capacity building, exploring educational initiatives, and provide a proactive approaches that empower families to develop positive parenting methods and strategies to overcome challenges. Our Offer Weekdays – Monday to Friday $47.50 hourly rate 14% Superannuation Salary packaging option up to $15,900 per FBT year, with an additional Meals and Entertainment package available up to $2,650 per FBT year Flexible work environment A meaningful career where you can make a tangible difference to the lives of others. Free onsite parking at Yarralumla, ACT About you To be successful in this role you will provide child-centred support through a child focused and safeguarding lens to address the emotional, behavioural, and developmental needs of children within the program. Working closely with the Family Services Case Management Team, you will empower parents and caregivers by providing guidance and resources to enhance their ability to support the therapeutic needs of their children. You will develop and implement collaborative case plans that holistically address the needs of both children and their families. You will have sound knowledge of child development, trauma-informed care, evidence-based interventions along with an understanding of developmental milestones. Previous experience working with children and families, particularly in the context of homelessness or trauma , would be beneficial. You will have well developed communications skills along with a proactive, collaborative mindset and a demonstrated resilience and capacity to adapt to change and sometimes challenging environments. Requirements A bachelor’s degree or similar certificate in human services or a related discipline such as psychology, social work, community work or children’s work is essential and a minimum of two (2) years’ experience assisting vulnerable children. You will have knowledge of child development, trauma-informed care, and evidence-based interventions and an understanding of developmental milestones. You will also hold a current driver licence and hold or obtain a clear police record check and successfully obtain or hold a Working with Vulnerable People Card (WWVP) and a First Aid Certificate. More information To understand this role in more detail, please contact Adrian Cobb, Coordinator, Families and Young Parents Program 0409 616 776 on or email: Adrian.Cobbvinnies.org.au The position description can be downloaded here. For general recruitment information please email our recruitment team at careers.cgvinnies.org.au To apply please submit your resume and a 2-page covering letter telling us why you are the best person for this role via: Closing Date: Sunday, June 16 at 11:30 pm St Vincent de Paul Society Canberra/Goulburn is an Equal Employment Opportunity Employer and is committed to engaging a diverse workforce. The Society strongly encourages applications from people from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander backgrounds, people with disability, people from diverse cultural and linguistic backgrounds. • Fri, 07 JunVinnies
Executive Assistant - School of Music » Queensland - and a range of are available, such as: 26 weeks paid parental leave or 14 weeks paid primary caregiver leave 17% superannuation contributions 17.5% annual... • Fri, 07 JunThe University of Queensland$77396 - 86029 per year
Speech Pathologist » Ipswich Region, Queensland - Job Description Full-time position until 30 June 2025 Hybrid – flexible working options available No billable hours WHAT’S IN IT FOR YOU Compensation : Up to $18,550 free income tax per year through Salary Packaging and opportunity to purchase additional leave. Flexibility: Flexibility to work full-time/part-time from home, from our Ipswich office and within the community. Culture: You're never alone. Enjoy an engaging, inclusive, and supportive team environment, with professional support, training, and supervision. Benefit from peer-to-peer learning through allied health support and key-worker best practice meetings. Professional Development: Access $500 for SPARK Communication training (Hanen). Enjoy a comprehensive induction program and ongoing training for all staff that includes group supervision with national leads. As well as, a “Leading at EACH” program for those that have leadership aspirations. THE ROLE Looking for a rewarding career in early childhood intervention? EACH needs an experienced Early Years Specialist to join our diverse team of Allied Health professionals, Social Workers, and Inclusive Education specialists. In this role, you'll: Deliver supports, in partnership with families, to help them achieve their goals, using evidence informed best practice. Use assessments, observations, and your understanding of child development to tailor support options that fit each child and family. Empower families, caregivers, and professionals, helping them build skills and confidence to support children in their everyday lives using your coaching skills. Connect children and families with their community to ensure they are included and can participate in the settings and activities they choose. keep thorough records of conversations, developmental progress, and goals, in the NDIA business system. Guide families through the application, implementation, and funding processes of NDIS plans. • Fri, 07 JunEACH
Key Worker » Ipswich Region, Queensland - Job Description Full-time position until 30 June 2025 Hybrid – flexible working options available No billable hours WHAT’S IN IT FOR YOU Compensation : Up to $18,550 free income tax per year through Salary Packaging and opportunity to purchase additional leave. Flexibility: Flexibility to work full-time/part-time from home, from our Ipswich office and within the community. Culture: You're never alone. Enjoy an engaging, inclusive, and supportive team environment, with professional support, training, and supervision. Benefit from peer-to-peer learning through allied health support and key-worker best practice meetings. Professional Development: Access $500 for SPARK Communication training (Hanen). Enjoy a comprehensive induction program and ongoing training for all staff that includes group supervision with national leads. As well as, a “Leading at EACH” program for those that have leadership aspirations. THE ROLE Looking for a rewarding career in early childhood intervention? EACH needs an experienced Early Years Specialist to join our diverse team of Allied Health professionals, Social Workers, and Inclusive Education specialists. In this role, you'll: Deliver supports, in partnership with families, to help them achieve their goals, using evidence informed best practice. Use assessments, observations, and your understanding of child development to tailor support options that fit each child and family. Empower families, caregivers, and professionals, helping them build skills and confidence to support children in their everyday lives using your coaching skills. Connect children and families with their community to ensure they are included and can participate in the settings and activities they choose. keep thorough records of conversations, developmental progress, and goals, in the NDIA business system. Guide families through the application, implementation, and funding processes of NDIS plans. • Fri, 07 JunEACH
Early Years Specialist » Campbelltown, Campbelltown Area - Job Description Full-time or part-time position until 30 June 2025 Camden, Campbelltown, Wollondilly and Wingecarribee (Travel required) No billable hours WHAT’S IN IT FOR YOU Compensation : Up to $18,550 free income tax per year through Salary Packaging and opportunity to purchase additional leave. Flexibility: Flexibility to work full-time/part-time from home, from our Campbelltown/Camden office and within the community. Culture: You're never alone. Enjoy an engaging, inclusive, and supportive team environment, with professional support, training, and supervision. Benefit from peer-to-peer learning through allied health support and key-worker best practice meetings. Professional Development: Access $500 for SPARK Communication training (Hanen). Enjoy a comprehensive induction program and ongoing training for all staff that includes group supervision with national leads. As well as, a “Leading at EACH” program for those that have leadership aspirations. THE ROLE Looking for a rewarding career in early childhood intervention? EACH needs an experienced Early Years Specialist to join our diverse team of Allied Health professionals, Social Workers, and Inclusive Education specialists. In this role, you'll: Deliver supports, in partnership with families, to help them achieve their goals, using evidence informed best practice. Use assessments, observations, and your understanding of child development to tailor support options that fit each child and family. Empower families, caregivers, and professionals, helping them build skills and confidence to support children in their everyday lives using your coaching skills. Connect children and families with their community to ensure they are included and can participate in the settings and activities they choose. keep thorough records of conversations, developmental progress, and goals, in the NDIA business system. Guide families through the application, implementation, and funding processes of NDIS plans. • Fri, 07 JunEACH
Speech Pathologist » Liverpool, Liverpool Area - Job Description Full-time or part-time position until 30 June 2025 Hybrid – flexible working options available No billable hours WHAT’S IN IT FOR YOU Compensation : Up to $18,550 free income tax per year through Salary Packaging and opportunity to purchase additional leave. Flexibility: Flexibility to work full-time/part-time from home, from our Liverpool office and within the community. Culture: You're never alone. Enjoy an engaging, inclusive, and supportive team environment, with professional support, training, and supervision. Benefit from peer-to-peer learning through allied health support and key-worker best practice meetings. Professional Development: Access $500 for SPARK Communication training (Hanen). Enjoy a comprehensive induction program and ongoing training for all staff that includes group supervision with national leads. As well as, a “Leading at EACH” program for those that have leadership aspirations. THE ROLE Looking for a rewarding career in early childhood intervention? EACH needs an experienced Early Years Specialist to join our diverse team of Allied Health professionals, Social Workers, and Inclusive Education specialists. In this role, you'll: Deliver supports, in partnership with families, to help them achieve their goals, using evidence informed best practice. Use assessments, observations, and your understanding of child development to tailor support options that fit each child and family. Empower families, caregivers, and professionals, helping them build skills and confidence to support children in their everyday lives using your coaching skills. Connect children and families with their community to ensure they are included and can participate in the settings and activities they choose. keep thorough records of conversations, developmental progress, and goals, in the NDIA business system. Guide families through the application, implementation, and funding processes of NDIS plans. • Fri, 07 JunEACH
Speech Pathologist » Campbelltown, Campbelltown Area - Job Description Full-time or part-time position until 30 June 2025 Hybrid – flexible working options available No billable hours WHAT’S IN IT FOR YOU Compensation : Up to $18,550 free income tax per year through Salary Packaging and opportunity to purchase additional leave. Flexibility: Flexibility to work full-time/part-time from home, from our Campbelltown/Camden office and within the community. Culture: You're never alone. Enjoy an engaging, inclusive, and supportive team environment, with professional support, training, and supervision. Benefit from peer-to-peer learning through allied health support and key-worker best practice meetings. Professional Development: Access $500 for SPARK Communication training (Hanen). Enjoy a comprehensive induction program and ongoing training for all staff that includes group supervision with national leads. As well as, a “Leading at EACH” program for those that have leadership aspirations. THE ROLE Looking for a rewarding career in early childhood intervention? EACH needs an experienced Early Years Specialist to join our diverse team of Allied Health professionals, Social Workers, and Inclusive Education specialists. In this role, you'll: Deliver supports, in partnership with families, to help them achieve their goals, using evidence informed best practice. Use assessments, observations, and your understanding of child development to tailor support options that fit each child and family. Empower families, caregivers, and professionals, helping them build skills and confidence to support children in their everyday lives using your coaching skills. Connect children and families with their community to ensure they are included and can participate in the settings and activities they choose. keep thorough records of conversations, developmental progress, and goals, in the NDIA business system. Guide families through the application, implementation, and funding processes of NDIS plans. • Fri, 07 JunEACH
Occupational Therapist Key Worker » Liverpool, Liverpool Area - Job Description Full-time or part-time position until 30 June 2025 Hybrid – flexible working options available No billable hours WHAT’S IN IT FOR YOU Compensation : Up to $18,550 free income tax per year through Salary Packaging and opportunity to purchase additional leave. Flexibility: Flexibility to work full-time/part-time from home, from our Liverpool office and within the community. Culture: You're never alone. Enjoy an engaging, inclusive, and supportive team environment, with professional support, training, and supervision. Benefit from peer-to-peer learning through allied health support and key-worker best practice meetings. Professional Development: Access $500 for SPARK Communication training (Hanen). Enjoy a comprehensive induction program and ongoing training for all staff that includes group supervision with national leads. As well as, a “Leading at EACH” program for those that have leadership aspirations. THE ROLE Looking for a rewarding career in early childhood intervention? EACH needs an experienced Early Years Specialist to join our diverse team of Allied Health professionals, Social Workers, and Inclusive Education specialists. In this role, you'll: Deliver supports, in partnership with families, to help them achieve their goals, using evidence informed best practice. Use assessments, observations, and your understanding of child development to tailor support options that fit each child and family. Empower families, caregivers, and professionals, helping them build skills and confidence to support children in their everyday lives using your coaching skills. Connect children and families with their community to ensure they are included and can participate in the settings and activities they choose. keep thorough records of conversations, developmental progress, and goals, in the NDIA business system. Guide families through the application, implementation, and funding processes of NDIS plans. • Fri, 07 JunEACH
Occupational Therapist Key Worker » Campbelltown, Campbelltown Area - Job Description Full-time or part-time position until 30 June 2025 Hybrid – flexible working options available No billable hours WHAT’S IN IT FOR YOU Compensation : Up to $18,550 free income tax per year through Salary Packaging and opportunity to purchase additional leave. Flexibility: Flexibility to work full-time/part-time from home, from our Campbelltown/Camden office and within the community. Culture: You're never alone. Enjoy an engaging, inclusive, and supportive team environment, with professional support, training, and supervision. Benefit from peer-to-peer learning through allied health support and key-worker best practice meetings. Professional Development: Access $500 for SPARK Communication training (Hanen). Enjoy a comprehensive induction program and ongoing training for all staff that includes group supervision with national leads. As well as, a “Leading at EACH” program for those that have leadership aspirations. THE ROLE Looking for a rewarding career in early childhood intervention? EACH needs an experienced Early Years Specialist to join our diverse team of Allied Health professionals, Social Workers, and Inclusive Education specialists. In this role, you'll: Deliver supports, in partnership with families, to help them achieve their goals, using evidence informed best practice. Use assessments, observations, and your understanding of child development to tailor support options that fit each child and family. Empower families, caregivers, and professionals, helping them build skills and confidence to support children in their everyday lives using your coaching skills. Connect children and families with their community to ensure they are included and can participate in the settings and activities they choose. keep thorough records of conversations, developmental progress, and goals, in the NDIA business system. Guide families through the application, implementation, and funding processes of NDIS plans. • Fri, 07 JunEACH
Early Years Specialist (South/West Sydney Travel) » Campbelltown, Campbelltown Area - Job Description Full-time or part-time position until 30 June 2025 Camden, Campbelltown, Wollondilly and Wingecarribee (Travel required) No billable hours WHAT’S IN IT FOR YOU Compensation : Up to $18,550 free income tax per year through Salary Packaging and opportunity to purchase additional leave. Flexibility: Flexibility to work full-time/part-time from home, from our South West Sydney offices and within the community. Culture: You're never alone. Enjoy an engaging, inclusive, and supportive team environment, with professional support, training, and supervision. Benefit from peer-to-peer learning through allied health support and key-worker best practice meetings. Professional Development: Access $500 for SPARK Communication training (Hanen). Enjoy a comprehensive induction program and ongoing training for all staff that includes group supervision with national leads. As well as, a “Leading at EACH” program for those that have leadership aspirations. THE ROLE Looking for a rewarding career in early childhood intervention? EACH needs an experienced Early Years Specialist to join our diverse team of Allied Health professionals, Social Workers, and Inclusive Education specialists. In this role, you'll: Deliver supports, in partnership with families, to help them achieve their goals, using evidence informed best practice. Use assessments, observations, and your understanding of child development to tailor support options that fit each child and family. Empower families, caregivers, and professionals, helping them build skills and confidence to support children in their everyday lives using your coaching skills. Connect children and families with their community to ensure they are included and can participate in the settings and activities they choose. keep thorough records of conversations, developmental progress, and goals, in the NDIA business system. Guide families through the application, implementation, and funding processes of NDIS plans. • Fri, 07 JunEACH
Early Years Specialist (South/West Sydney Travel) » Liverpool, Liverpool Area - Job Description Full-time or part-time position until 30 June 2025 Hybrid – flexible working options available No billable hours WHAT’S IN IT FOR YOU Compensation : Up to $18,550 free income tax per year through Salary Packaging and opportunity to purchase additional leave. Flexibility: Flexibility to work full-time/part-time from home, from our South West Sydney offices and within the community. Culture: You're never alone. Enjoy an engaging, inclusive, and supportive team environment, with professional support, training, and supervision. Benefit from peer-to-peer learning through allied health support and key-worker best practice meetings. Professional Development: Access $500 for SPARK Communication training (Hanen). Enjoy a comprehensive induction program and ongoing training for all staff that includes group supervision with national leads. As well as, a “Leading at EACH” program for those that have leadership aspirations. THE ROLE Looking for a rewarding career in early childhood intervention? EACH needs an experienced Early Years Specialist to join our diverse team of Allied Health professionals, Social Workers, and Inclusive Education specialists. In this role, you'll: Deliver supports, in partnership with families, to help them achieve their goals, using evidence informed best practice. Use assessments, observations, and your understanding of child development to tailor support options that fit each child and family. Empower families, caregivers, and professionals, helping them build skills and confidence to support children in their everyday lives using your coaching skills. Connect children and families with their community to ensure they are included and can participate in the settings and activities they choose. keep thorough records of conversations, developmental progress, and goals, in the NDIA business system. Guide families through the application, implementation, and funding processes of NDIS plans. • Fri, 07 JunEACH
Early Years Specialist » Ipswich Region, Queensland - Job Description Full-time position until 30 June 2025 Hybrid – flexible working options available No billable hours WHAT’S IN IT FOR YOU Compensation : Up to $18,550 free income tax per year through Salary Packaging and opportunity to purchase additional leave. Flexibility: Flexibility to work full-time/part-time from home, from our Ipswich office and within the community. Culture: You're never alone. Enjoy an engaging, inclusive, and supportive team environment, with professional support, training, and supervision. Benefit from peer-to-peer learning through allied health support and key-worker best practice meetings. Professional Development: Access $500 for SPARK Communication training (Hanen). Enjoy a comprehensive induction program and ongoing training for all staff that includes group supervision with national leads. As well as, a “Leading at EACH” program for those that have leadership aspirations. THE ROLE Looking for a rewarding career in early childhood intervention? EACH needs an experienced Early Years Specialist to join our diverse team of Allied Health professionals, Social Workers, and Inclusive Education specialists. In this role, you'll: Deliver supports, in partnership with families, to help them achieve their goals, using evidence informed best practice. Use assessments, observations, and your understanding of child development to tailor support options that fit each child and family. Empower families, caregivers, and professionals, helping them build skills and confidence to support children in their everyday lives using your coaching skills. Connect children and families with their community to ensure they are included and can participate in the settings and activities they choose. keep thorough records of conversations, developmental progress, and goals, in the NDIA business system. Guide families through the application, implementation, and funding processes of NDIS plans. • Fri, 07 JunEACH
Early Years Specialist » Liverpool, Liverpool Area - Job Description Full-time or part-time position until 30 June 2025 Hybrid – flexible working options available No billable hours WHAT’S IN IT FOR YOU Compensation : Up to $18,550 free income tax per year through Salary Packaging and opportunity to purchase additional leave. Flexibility: Flexibility to work full-time/part-time from home, from our Liverpool office and within the community. Culture: You're never alone. Enjoy an engaging, inclusive, and supportive team environment, with professional support, training, and supervision. Benefit from peer-to-peer learning through allied health support and key-worker best practice meetings. Professional Development: Access $500 for SPARK Communication training (Hanen). Enjoy a comprehensive induction program and ongoing training for all staff that includes group supervision with national leads. As well as, a “Leading at EACH” program for those that have leadership aspirations. THE ROLE Looking for a rewarding career in early childhood intervention? EACH needs an experienced Early Years Specialist to join our diverse team of Allied Health professionals, Social Workers, and Inclusive Education specialists. In this role, you'll: Deliver supports, in partnership with families, to help them achieve their goals, using evidence informed best practice. Use assessments, observations, and your understanding of child development to tailor support options that fit each child and family. Empower families, caregivers, and professionals, helping them build skills and confidence to support children in their everyday lives using your coaching skills. Connect children and families with their community to ensure they are included and can participate in the settings and activities they choose. keep thorough records of conversations, developmental progress, and goals, in the NDIA business system. Guide families through the application, implementation, and funding processes of NDIS plans. • Fri, 07 JunEACH
Occupational Therapist Key Worker » Ipswich Region, Queensland - Job Description Full-time position until 30 June 2025 Hybrid – flexible working options available No billable hours WHAT’S IN IT FOR YOU Compensation : Up to $18,550 free income tax per year through Salary Packaging and opportunity to purchase additional leave. Flexibility: Flexibility to work full-time/part-time from home, from our Ipswich office and within the community. Culture: You're never alone. Enjoy an engaging, inclusive, and supportive team environment, with professional support, training, and supervision. Benefit from peer-to-peer learning through allied health support and key-worker best practice meetings. Professional Development: Access $500 for SPARK Communication training (Hanen). Enjoy a comprehensive induction program and ongoing training for all staff that includes group supervision with national leads. As well as, a “Leading at EACH” program for those that have leadership aspirations. THE ROLE Looking for a rewarding career in early childhood intervention? EACH needs an experienced Early Years Specialist to join our diverse team of Allied Health professionals, Social Workers, and Inclusive Education specialists. In this role, you'll: Deliver supports, in partnership with families, to help them achieve their goals, using evidence informed best practice. Use assessments, observations, and your understanding of child development to tailor support options that fit each child and family. Empower families, caregivers, and professionals, helping them build skills and confidence to support children in their everyday lives using your coaching skills. Connect children and families with their community to ensure they are included and can participate in the settings and activities they choose. keep thorough records of conversations, developmental progress, and goals, in the NDIA business system. Guide families through the application, implementation, and funding processes of NDIS plans. • Fri, 07 JunEACH
Senior Deal Desk Specialist, APJ » Sydney, NSW - , registered domestic partner status, caregiver status, marital status, veteran or military status, citizenship status, or any... • Fri, 07 JunSmartsheet
Speech Pathologist » New South Wales - , and teams’ voices. You’ll feel a real privilege being a trusted caregiver in our patients, their families, their carers... • Thu, 06 JunNSW Health$35.78 - 51.04 per hour
Quality Assurance Officer (mRNA Manufacture at BASE facility) » Queensland - primary caregiver leave 17% superannuation contributions 17.5% annual leave loading Access to flexible working... • Thu, 06 JunThe University of Queensland$90538 - 98719 per year
Neurogastroenterology Registered Nurse » New South Wales - a real privilege being a trusted caregiver in our patients, their families, their carers, and our communities’ lives... • Thu, 06 JunNSW Health$35.33 - 49.6 per hour
Underground Fitter (Narrabri) » Narrabri, NSW - ; 2 Year anniversary watch + gifts for additional years of service; Baby Benefit - Mum's baby bonus & Secondary Caregiver... • Thu, 06 JunMetarock
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Disability Support Worker - Cowes » Mornington Peninsula, Melbourne Region - Seeking an experienced and compassionate Disability Support workers from Cowes or surrounds for day shift Tuesday 10am-4pm Join our team at Prestige Inhome Care - A Leader in Exceptional Care Location : Cowes, Melbourne Shifts : Tuesday 6-hour Day shift (community access) About Us : Prestige Inhome Care is a leading provider of high-standard care services across Melbourne. Our goal is to keep our clients in the comfort of their own homes, maintaining their dignity and care, for as long as possible. We are committed to providing exceptional care to our clients and providing a supportive working environment for our employees. About the Role : We are seeking an experienced Disability Support Worker for our male client in Cowes, Phillip Island, to support with Community access on Tuesday from 10am-4pm - bike-riding, hikes, outdoors activities. Experience with Dementia/Alzheimer's and challenging behaviors preferred. Some flexibility to work Monday, Wednesday and Weekends would be an advantage Must have availability: Tuesday - 10am-4pm Key Responsibilities : Providing high-quality care and support to the client Supporting client with outdoor activities and community access Personal care Building a strong rapport with the client and their family Requirements : Experience with Dementia/Alzheimer's highly regarded Experience with manual handling and hoist equipment NDIS Worker screen check Certificate III or IV in Disability Care or equivalent experience Genuine compassion and empathy for others Excellent communication and interpersonal skills Ability to work autonomously and as part of a team Benefits : Competitive pay rates Supportive working environment Ongoing training and development opportunities Flexible working hours Opportunity to make a real difference in someone's life If you are a compassionate and experienced Disability Support Worker looking for a rewarding role, we would love to hear from you. Join Prestige Inhome Care and be part of our dedicated team providing exceptional care to our clients. Curious to Learn More? Hear firsthand from one of our fantastic carers, Sarah, as she shares a glimpse into her day working at Prestige: "My role as a Disability Support Worker begins at around 8 or 9 AM. I start by visiting my first client of the day and assisting them in getting ready for the day. Collaboration with my client is key as we work together to address their specific needs while ensuring they maintain control over their world. In addition to helping with their personal care routine, I might also take care of tasks like making the bed, tidying the bathroom, and assisting in breakfast preparation. My primary goal is to identify ways to make their day more comfortable while respecting and supporting their choices. If the weather is suitable, we may even take a walk to pick up the newspaper. By 11 AM, I'm off to my next client. This particular client requires the assistance of two caregivers to help them get out of bed in the morning. I meet the second caregiver at the client's home, and together, we use a hoist to facilitate the client's shower and prepare them for the day. Once our tasks are complete, we ensure the bathroom is cleaned, and that the client is comfortably settled with everything they need within easy reach. After lunch, I visit my last client of the day, which typically involves a longer service. During this time, I take my client to the gym for hydrotherapy. Since they are in a wheelchair, I provide support as we use a taxi to reach the pool. I work alongside the instructor to assist my client in transitioning from their wheelchair into the pool, providing encouragement from the sidelines as they complete their exercises. Following the session, I help my client transfer back into the wheelchair, assist with drying and dressing, and accompany them back home. Once home, I prepare a meal for them and take care of some light domestic tasks to ensure their environment is comfortable." Ready to Make a Difference? Take the next step and become an integral part of our extraordinary team. Apply now or visit www.prestigeinhomecare.com.au for more information about this position. • Thu, 06 JunPrestige Inhome Care
Administrations Officer, Emergency Registrations & Admissions » Eastwood, NSW - Sydney, NSW - , and teams’ voices. You’ll feel a real privilege being a trusted caregiver in our patients, their families, their carers... • Wed, 05 JunNSW Health
Manager, Student Enrolments » Queensland - and a range of are available, such as: 26 weeks paid parental leave or 14 weeks paid primary caregiver leave, 17% superannuation contributions, 17.5% annual... • Wed, 05 JunThe University of Queensland$108975.08 - 122176.31 per year
Registered Midwife Midwfery Group Practice » New South Wales - a real privilege being a trusted caregiver in our patients, their families, their carers, and our communities’ lives... • Wed, 05 JunNSW Health
Client Facility Coordinator - Electrician » Queensland - , contributions are valued and a range of are available, such as: 26 weeks paid parental leave or 14 weeks paid primary caregiver... • Wed, 05 JunThe University of Queensland$88099.39 - 94512.08 per year
Enrolled Nurse Community » Eastwood, NSW - Sydney, NSW - , and teams’ voices. You’ll feel a real privilege being a trusted caregiver in our patients, their families, their carers... • Wed, 05 JunNSW Health
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Embedded Software Engineer » Sydney, NSW - parental leave. We offer eight weeks of paid caregiver leave and an additional eight weeks of paid leave for the birth giver... • Wed, 05 JunAquila$90000 - 130000 per year
After Hours Nurse Manager, Senior Leadership team » Eastwood, NSW - Sydney, NSW - here because we value and respect our patients, employees, and teams’ voices. You’ll feel a real privilege being a trusted caregiver in... • Wed, 05 JunNSW Health$64.57 - 65.86 per hour
Program Manager, Adult Survivor Program » Royal North Shore Hospital, NSW - our patients, employees, and teams’ voices. You’ll feel a real privilege being a trusted caregiver in our patients, their families... • Wed, 05 JunNSW Health
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Speech Pathologist - Gold Coast, QLD » Gold Coast Region, Queensland - About: Our client is a leading healthcare provider dedicated to improving the lives of individuals through specialised therapy services. With a commitment to excellence and a focus on holistic care, they aim to empower individuals to overcome communication challenges and achieve their full potential. They're looking for a passionate and skilled Speech Pathologist to join their team in the vibrant Gold Coast community. Job Description: As a Speech Pathologist, you will play a crucial role in providing comprehensive speech and language therapy services to clients of all ages. You will work collaboratively with a multidisciplinary team to assess, diagnose, and treat communication disorders, including speech, language, fluency, voice, and swallowing difficulties. Your primary responsibilities will include: Conduct thorough assessments to identify communication disorders and their underlying causes. This may involve administering standardised tests, observing speech and language behaviours, and consulting with other healthcare professionals and caregivers. Develop individualised treatment plans based on assessment findings, client goals, and evidence-based practice. Implementing therapy techniques and strategies to improve speech clarity, language comprehension and expression, articulation, voice quality, fluency, and swallowing function. Deliver high-quality speech therapy sessions in individual or group settings, tailored to the unique needs and preferences of each client. Utilising a variety of modalities and technologies to enhance communication skills and maximise therapeutic outcomes. Monitor client progress regularly through ongoing assessments and observations. Documenting treatment sessions, progress notes, and outcomes accurately and comprehensively in accordance with professional standards and regulatory requirements. Provide education and training to clients, families, and caregivers on communication strategies, exercises, and techniques to support therapy goals and facilitate progress outside of therapy sessions. Collaborate effectively with other healthcare professionals, educators, and community resources to ensure coordinated care and optimal outcomes for clients. Communicating clearly and professionally with interdisciplinary team members, clients, and stakeholders. Engage in ongoing professional development activities to stay up to date of current research, best practices, and advancements in the field of speech pathology. Pursuing opportunities for training, certification, and specialisation to enhance clinical skills and knowledge. Requirements: Bachelor's degree or higher in Speech Pathology from an accredited institution. Current registration with the Speech Pathology Australia (SPA) or eligibility for registration. Demonstrated clinical experience working with individuals across the lifespan, preferably in a healthcare or educational setting. Strong knowledge of speech and language development, communication disorders, and therapeutic interventions. Excellent interpersonal, communication, and teamwork skills. Ability to work independently, prioritise tasks, and manage time effectively. Commitment to ethical practice, cultural competence, and client-centered care. Are you interested in this role? If so, please click 'APPLY' and follow the prompts. If you have any questions, feel free to contact Jenny at jennysigmaresourcing.com.au or call/text 61 450 191 441 for a confidential chat. • Tue, 04 JunSigma Resourcing
Care Manager » Kingsbury, Darebin Area - NDIS , Team lead experience Care Manager - Help at Hand Support Job Types: Full-time Permanent Schedule: • Monday to Friday Company Overview: Help at Hand Support Services (HAHS) is a dedicated disability support provider committed to empowering individuals to lead fulfilling lives. As specialists in the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS), we prioritize personalized care and holistic wellness for our participants. Join our team and become part of a community driven by compassion, collaboration, and excellence. Job Description: Are you a compassionate leader looking to make a profound impact in people's lives? Join our team at Help at Hand Support as a Care Manager and be the guiding light for those in need of support and assistance. As a Care Manager, you will be the cornerstone of our mission to provide exceptional care and support to our clients. You will oversee a team of dedicated caregivers, ensuring that each individual receives personalized care tailored to their unique needs and preferences. Key Responsibilities: Team Leadership: Inspire and empower our caregiving team to deliver exceptional, compassionate care that goes above and beyond expectations. Oversee the management of HAHS support services to ensure we are providing high-quality services are compliant with NDIS practice standards. Promote HAHS's support services and support management with the implementation of strategic business planning. Conduct performance reviews for staff reporting for direct reports. Participate in staff meetings, supervision and training sessions as required. Care Coordination: Oversee HAHS support services to ensure services are delivered in accordance with the participants care plan and within participants allocated budget. Collaborate with clients, their families, and healthcare professionals to create and manage tailored care plans, ensuring seamless continuity of care. Manage and oversee the intake process of new participants. Provide direction and guidance to SIL Leads around service matters including complex issues, risk management and incident response. Review and ensure individualised care plans are developed and implemented according to participants needs. Client Engagement: Develop and maintain strong relationships with participants, their families and the participants care team to promote positive outcomes. Meet with current and potential participants, their families and the participants care team regarding support services. Promote and manage vacancies within our SIL properties. Quality Assurance: Continuously assess and enhance the quality of care provided, implementing necessary improvements to elevate the overall client experience. Develop and implement processes and procedures which enhance the quality of services being provided. Oversee the management of any reported incidents and Workplace Health and Safety issues. Ensure participant documentation is regularly reviewed and meets compliance requirements. Community Engagement: Cultivate positive relationships within the community, actively advocating for our services and the well-being of those we serve. About You: We're seeking a dynamic and compassionate leader with a proven track record of success in NDIS management, or healthcare leadership roles. The ideal candidate will possess: Strong leadership and mentoring skills Relevant qualifications Previous experience in a comparable role within the Disability sector A background in NDIS, nursing, healthcare, social work, or a related field, with demonstrated leadership experience. Knowledge of NDIS funding models, compliance, and legislative requirements. Exceptional communication, interpersonal, and problem-solving skills. A passion for holistic wellness and a commitment to person-centred care. The ability to inspire and motivate others, fostering a culture of collaboration, innovation, and continuous learning. Experience coordinating and maintaining support services for NDIS participants A high level of computer skills including Microsoft Office Packages Initiative, strong attention to detail and problem-solving skills Strong work ethic NDIS Worker Screening Check Working with Children Check Driver’s licence Why Join Us: A workplace culture that recognises and appreciates the value of the work you do. The opportunity to work for a Family owned Business . A welcome, supportive, and fun working environment. Opportunities for professional growth and development. Working for us will put you in a strong position with your career, with opportunities for growth and development. If the answer to all the above is ‘yes’ then apply How to Apply: If you're ready to lead with compassion and make a difference in the lives of others as a Care Manager, we'd love to hear from you • Tue, 04 JunHelp at Hand Support Services
Caregivers - Mosman » Mosman, NSW - Sydney, NSW - , shopping and social outings. We have an exciting opportunity for you to join our supportive team as a CAREGiver. To us, it... • Mon, 03 JunHealthcareLink
Digital Account Manager (NSW) » The Rocks, Sydney - Company Description Are you ready to be a big part of something big? At carsales, we're all about making buying and selling a great experience. For 25 years we've been evolving with the new economy to help people choose how they move today and tomorrow. When it comes to your career, we want to provide big opportunities to help you make a big impact. But for this to be possible, we strive to feel small. Small enough to quickly change tack, small enough to learn from different departments and small enough to connect authentically with leadership. Not something you'd expect from one of the country's biggest tech companies, is it? This is your opportunity to join carsales in the role of Digital Account Manager. In this client facing field role, you are responsible for proactively building business relationships with key dealer management, which in turn will result in building ongoing partner relationships. These relationships will result in you having a clear understanding of your clients' business, their needs and wants, leading to effective best practice advice and solution sales of carsales' product and services. Our Sales teams are full of talented individuals who partner with our customers - whether that be dealerships, agencies, automotive manufacturers, corporates or finance and insurance companies. They're passionate about ensuring we remain a market leader, providing best in class services and offering tailored solutions to our clients and customers. We have multiple sales teams who look after different client bases, so there are plenty of opportunities to move teams and learn something new if you're wanting to broaden your skillset. What's on offer: A place where you can move your career forward, where you'll be continuously backed to make new ideas happen, and the chance to do work that makes real, significant impact in the world. We're a certified Great Place to Work, Family Friendly Workplace and WGEA Employer of Choice. The support of a highly engaged, high-performing team including a leadership team that you'll actually have face time with. 22 weeks paid parental leave for primary caregivers, four weeks paid secondary caregivers leave, six weeks paid gender affirming care leave. What you will be doing Key point of contact for your portfolio of dealer clients primarily across Sydney. You will be out meeting with clients regularly to discuss new opportunities, products, results, market insights and any additional support they require as a carsales dealer clients. Adapt a strategic data led approach to meetings and interactions with your clients. You will gather compelling data, insights and results to create engaging presentations for clients to help uncover opportunities and digital needs for their business. Grow sales and generate revenue growth by working collaboratively with other Account Managers and stakeholders to come up with proactive solutions for our clients to take their digital business to the next level. Qualifications What we are looking for Demonstrated inclusive and interpersonal attributes that connect you to our behaviours (we change the game, we own it, we step in, we are curious, we don't take ourselves too seriously). Extensive sales experience and a track record of meeting targets, ideally in a similar Account Management role. A good understanding of digital media and/or the auto industry will be highly advantageous. A positive and articulate communicator who can build sustainable relationships with internal and external stakeholders and deliver engaging presentations to a variety of audiences. Demonstrated experience using data and taking an analytical approach in client meetings. Additional Information A few other things we want to let you know about carsales is an equal opportunity employer and we pride ourselves on fostering a diverse and inclusive workplace. We encourage everyone of all ages, genders and backgrounds to apply. If you're a candidate with a disability or you need some adjustments to be at your best, let us know how we can provide you with additional support. We know how important keeping that balance between work/life is and have a range of flexible working options on offer, including part time work. We are open to this conversation during our recruitment process - if you want to know more just ask. We are a proud Circle Back Initiative Employer which means we are committed to responding to every job applicant. Successful candidates joining the carsales family are required to undergo a National Police Record check and must have full-time Australian working rights on an ongoing basis. So come and join our team - because every role is a big role in our plans to go big. • Mon, 03 JunCarsales.com
Accounts Payable Team Leader » Melbourne CBD, Melbourne - Company Description Are you ready to be a big part of something big? At carsales, we're all about making buying and selling a great experience. For 25 years we've been evolving with the new economy to help people choose how they move today and tomorrow. When it comes to your career, we want to provide big opportunities to help you make a big impact. But for this to be possible, we strive to feel small. Small enough to quickly change tack, small enough to learn from different departments and small enough to connect authentically with leadership. Not something you'd expect from one of the country's biggest tech companies, is it? And one of the best parts? We give you the autonomy to choose the working location that best suits your lifestyle - Office, Hybrid or Anywhere. This is your opportunity to join carsales as the Accounts Payable Team Leader. In this role, you will lead the Accounts Payable function, driving process efficiencies and improvements, whilst building strong relationships with stakeholders, both internal and external. Our Finance team has a full understanding of how each of our business units work, as they collaborate and share ideas with all our teams to ensure we are always delivering the best possible user experience to our customers. What's on offer: A place where you can move your career forward, where you'll be continuously backed to make new ideas happen, and the chance to do work that makes real, significant impact in the world. We're proud to be recognised as one of Australia's Best Workplaces by Great Place to Work, an AFR BOSS Best Place to Work, a Family Friendly Workplace, and WGEA Employer of Choice for Gender Equality. The support of a highly engaged, high-performing team including a leadership team that you'll actually have face time with. 18 weeks paid parental leave for primary caregivers, four weeks paid secondary caregivers leave, six weeks paid gender affirming care leave. What you will be doing Manage and support the Accounts Payable team, currently a team of two. Oversee and be hands-on in the end-to-end Accounts Payable process. This includes: Managing the Accounts Payable inbox. Invoice processing and approval. Creating and receipting Purchase Orders following the Procurement Framework. Set up and maintenance of supplier records. Management of supplier pay runs. Reconciling supplier statements. Staff expense reimbursement. Management and maintenance of corporate credit cards. Compile support documents for internal and external audit requests. Month end duties including report generation, journals, reconciliations. Small business Payment Times Reporting. Qualifications What we are looking for Demonstrate inclusive and interpersonal attributes that connect you to our behaviours (we change the game, we own it, we step in, we are curious, we don't take ourselves too seriously). Experience leading an accounts payable function, preferably in a medium to large organisation. Demonstrated experience leading, coaching and developing an accounts payable team. Intermediate Excel skills including confidence dealing with large data sets, using Pivot tables and VLOOKUP. Basic accounting knowledge (posting journals including accruals and prepayments and completion of reconciliations). Experience with NetSuite, Flexipurchase, Eftsure or Zendesk would be great but not essential. Additional Information A few other things we want to let you know about carsales is an equal opportunity employer and we pride ourselves on fostering a diverse and inclusive workplace. We encourage everyone of all ages, genders and backgrounds to apply. If you're a candidate with a disability or you need some adjustments to be at your best, let us know how we can provide you with additional support. We know how important keeping that balance between work/life is and have a range of flexible working options on offer, including part time work. We are open to this conversation during our recruitment process - if you want to know more just ask. We are a proud Circle Back Initiative Employer which means we are committed to responding to every job applicant. Successful candidates joining the carsales family are required to undergo a National Police Record check and must have full-time Australian working rights on an ongoing basis. So come and join our team - because every role is a big role in our plans to go big. • Mon, 03 JunCarsales.com
Paid Media Director » Melbourne CBD, Melbourne - Company Description At Jellyfish, we believe in the power of diverse perspectives and inclusive collaboration. We welcome individuals who excel in collaborative, varied teams and value the unique contributions that each person brings to the table. Jellyfish is a global digital marketing agency; a unique fusion of tech enthusiasts, creative minds, and media and data experts all united to empower our clients along their digital journey. Our commitment to embracing diverse perspectives fuels our innovation and strategies that challenge the status quo, reinvent media activation, and craft influential stories for our global clients and their customers. Join us in shaping a future where business growth and personal fulfilment go hand in hand. Reporting to Senior Director, Paid Media you will create impact within our Paid Search Team , within the Paid Media. We take pride in working with some of the biggest brands and as Google's global partner, we provide the right technology, strategy and training , setting us apart in the industry. You'll contribute to our global Paid Media team consisting team members with expertise in all forms of Paid Media campaigns including Programmatic, Search, Social, Connected TV (CTV), Digital Out of Home (DOOH). At Jellyfish, we are committed to encouraging professional growth. Your primary responsibilities will include: Provide support and collaborate with local and international teams Nurture positive, collaborative working relationships with clients, colleagues and third-party suppliers Oversee a portfolio of digital campaigns and provide guidance and recommendations to paid media practitioners to exceed client expectations and Indicators. Manage the production and Monitor them , presentation of client-facing reports, studies and presentations to Jellyfish brand standards Collaborate with Media Strategy and Client Management teams to lead solutions for our clients Achieve continuous improvement by assessing Jellyfish's working relationships, practices and methods Support our culture including following established ethical and brand standards Maintain an in-depth understanding of Jellyfish's marketplace and the digital landscape, with emphasis on all new formats, technical solutions, and projects. Qualifications 8 years' experience in digital marketing paid media management Proficiency in using technologies and processes involved in running paid media campaigns, for Paid Search, including Search Ads 360 (SA360) and Google Ads. Industry-recognised certifications for Google Ads, Search Ads 360, and Google Analytics and experience with Google suites . Proficiency in English communication skills Structured working habits , with the ability to cope with competing demands and to prioritise tasks Experience leading paid media department together with fellow Directors and VPs, ensuring that their individual performance is acceptable, and resulting in the achievement of team goals. You will take ownership for the paid media team's development needs, ensuring that each team member has a training and personal development plan with regular feedback sessions You will ensure that the performance and conduct of the paid media team is following Jellyfish business procedures. You will set example in behaviour, attitude and results. Uphold our position and integrity at all time. Openness, and directness; help give and receive constructive feedback Client-centric - You'll love getting to know your clients, developing long-lasting relationships and adding value to their business. Process Improvement - You seek and implement solutions to improve processes and automate. Team Collaboration - You'll be great at collaborating with team members to achieve common goals, valuing and respecting diverse contributions. Problem Solving - When faced with a problem, you collaborate with the appropriate people to evaluate different options find practical solutions. Growth Oriented Mindset - You embrace challenges as opportunities and seek feedback to enhance your skills. Note: We emphasise skills, expertise and behavioural attributes over years of experience and traditional degrees. If you want to join our collaborative team, we invite you to apply today with your resume in English. Additional Information Join Jellyfish and experience a workplace where we prioritise your growth, celebrate your contributions, and empower you to tailor your work environment to suit your needs. Reward: You'll receive a loyalty salary increase on your Jellyfish anniversary, in addition to our company-wide annual bonus. Custom Work Environment: Work remotely for up to 60% of your days and shape your day between 8am. and 6:30pm with flexible working hours. Growth, Your Way: Grow your career with one paid day each month for self-development and access to LinkedIn Learning with unlimited online courses. Family Support: Enjoy 14 weeks of paid leave for primary caregivers and 4 weeks of paid leave for secondary caregivers. We also provide £1000 (or equivalent) towards courses for returning primary caregivers to support your transition back into work. Unfortunately, there has been an increase in fake recruiters impersonating Jellyfish and unlawfully using our brand name. If you are unsure if an email with a job offer you have received is genuinely from Jellyfish, or if you suspect any fraudulent activity, please report it to talentacquisitionjellyfish.com. LI-Hybrid • Sun, 02 JunJellyfish Group
Paid Media Director » The Rocks, Sydney - Company Description At Jellyfish, we believe in the power of diverse perspectives and inclusive collaboration. We welcome individuals who excel in collaborative, varied teams and value the unique contributions that each person brings to the table. Jellyfish is a global digital marketing agency; a unique fusion of tech enthusiasts, creative minds, and media and data experts all united to empower our clients along their digital journey. Our commitment to embracing diverse perspectives fuels our innovation and strategies that challenge the status quo, reinvent media activation, and craft influential stories for our global clients and their customers. Join us in shaping a future where business growth and personal fulfilment go hand in hand. Reporting to Senior Director, Paid Media you will create impact within our Paid Search Team , within the Paid Media. We take pride in working with some of the biggest brands and as Google's global partner, we provide the right technology, strategy and training , setting us apart in the industry. You'll contribute to our global Paid Media team consisting team members with expertise in all forms of Paid Media campaigns including Programmatic, Search, Social, Connected TV (CTV), Digital Out of Home (DOOH). At Jellyfish, we are committed to encouraging professional growth. Your primary responsibilities will include: Provide support and collaborate with local and international teams Nurture positive, collaborative working relationships with clients, colleagues and third-party suppliers Oversee a portfolio of digital campaigns and provide guidance and recommendations to paid media practitioners to exceed client expectations and Indicators. Manage the production and Monitor them , presentation of client-facing reports, studies and presentations to Jellyfish brand standards Collaborate with Media Strategy and Client Management teams to lead solutions for our clients Achieve continuous improvement by assessing Jellyfish's working relationships, practices and methods Support our culture including following established ethical and brand standards Maintain an in-depth understanding of Jellyfish's marketplace and the digital landscape, with emphasis on all new formats, technical solutions, and projects. Qualifications 8 years' experience in digital marketing paid media management Proficiency in using technologies and processes involved in running paid media campaigns, for Paid Search, including Search Ads 360 (SA360) and Google Ads. Industry-recognised certifications for Google Ads, Search Ads 360, and Google Analytics and experience with Google suites . Proficiency in English communication skills Structured working habits , with the ability to cope with competing demands and to prioritise tasks Experience leading paid media department together with fellow Directors and VPs, ensuring that their individual performance is acceptable, and resulting in the achievement of team goals. You will take ownership for the paid media team's development needs, ensuring that each team member has a training and personal development plan with regular feedback sessions You will ensure that the performance and conduct of the paid media team is following Jellyfish business procedures. You will set example in behaviour, attitude and results. Uphold our position and integrity at all time. Openness, and directness; help give and receive constructive feedback Client-centric - You'll love getting to know your clients, developing long-lasting relationships and adding value to their business. Process Improvement - You seek and implement solutions to improve processes and automate. Team Collaboration - You'll be great at collaborating with team members to achieve common goals, valuing and respecting diverse contributions. Problem Solving - When faced with a problem, you collaborate with the appropriate people to evaluate different options find practical solutions. Growth Oriented Mindset - You embrace challenges as opportunities and seek feedback to enhance your skills. Note: We emphasise skills, expertise and behavioural attributes over years of experience and traditional degrees. If you want to join our collaborative team, we invite you to apply today with your resume in English. Additional Information Join Jellyfish and experience a workplace where we prioritise your growth, celebrate your contributions, and empower you to tailor your work environment to suit your needs. Reward: You'll receive a loyalty salary increase on your Jellyfish anniversary, in addition to our company-wide annual bonus. Custom Work Environment: Work remotely for up to 60% of your days and shape your day between 8am. and 6:30pm with flexible working hours. Growth, Your Way: Grow your career with one paid day each month for self-development and access to LinkedIn Learning with unlimited online courses. Family Support: Enjoy 14 weeks of paid leave for primary caregivers and 4 weeks of paid leave for secondary caregivers. We also provide £1000 (or equivalent) towards courses for returning primary caregivers to support your transition back into work. Unfortunately, there has been an increase in fake recruiters impersonating Jellyfish and unlawfully using our brand name. If you are unsure if an email with a job offer you have received is genuinely from Jellyfish, or if you suspect any fraudulent activity, please report it to talentacquisitionjellyfish.com. LI-Hybrid • Sun, 02 JunJellyfish Group
Customer Service Officer » Kewdale, Belmont Area - Company Description Are you ready to be a big part of something big? At carsales, we're all about making buying and selling a great experience. For 25 years we've been evolving with the new economy to help people choose how they move today and tomorrow. When it comes to your career, we want to provide big opportunities to help you make a big impact. But for this to be possible, we strive to feel small. Small enough to quickly change tack, small enough to learn from different departments and small enough to connect authentically with leadership. Not something you'd expect from one of the country's biggest tech companies, is it? And one of the best parts? We give you the autonomy to choose the working location that best suits your lifestyle - Office, Hybrid or Anywhere. What's on offer 22 weeks paid parental leave for primary caregivers, including an extra five days of 'Leave Up Your Sleeve' upon return to work. Two weeks paid secondary caregivers leave, with the option to access two weeks of your sick/carers leave on top of this. We also have regular Hackathons, lots of training and development opportunities and we care about our employee's wellbeing and regularly offer lunchtime, yoga, meditation and HIIT classes. Support of a highly engaged, high-performing team. We have incredible talent in carsales that you will learn from. ASX 100 Listed Technology company growing globally with Australian based exec team. We are always looking for the best way to solve problems and open to hearing your ideas What you'll do tyresales and tyreconnect businesses, both of whom aim to create a hassle-free tyre purchasing experience for both B2C and B2B customers alike. Their seamless eCommerce network links all the big tyre brands with the largest tyre fitment network in Australia. This is your opportunity to assist our customers through their journey and support them with their needs, driving both customer satisfaction and loyalty in a positive direction. Share expertise to provide exceptional customer support and assistance across multiple channels, such as phone, email, web and live chat. Collaborate in a fast-paced environment, you will be responsible for answering inbound customer service queries (voice and digital). Develop and support solutions with the day-to-day operations within the tyres business through tasks such as, product support, suppliers and logistics providers as well as some administrative tasks. Qualifications What we're looking for Demonstrated inclusive and interpersonal attributes that connect you to our behaviours (we change the game, we own it, we step in, we are curious, we don't take ourselves too seriously). Demonstrate understanding and expertise to manage enquiries through to resolution, this could involve liaising with multiple stakeholders both internal and external. Understand and share expertise on tyreconnect products and services. Motivation to grow authentic relationships to retain clients whilst exceeding KPIs. Additional Information Why Apply? When you work at carsales you don't just have a job, but you have a rewarding career. carsales is an equal opportunity employer who prides themselves on providing a diverse workplace that brings out the best in its people. We encourage everyone of all ages and background to apply. We know how important keeping that balance between work/life is and have a range of flexible working options on offer. We are open to this conversation during our recruitment process if you want to know more just ask And just a quick one… Successful candidates joining the carsales family are required to undergo a National Police Record check and must have full-time Australian working rights on an ongoing basis. • Sat, 01 JunCarsales.com
Product Designer » Melbourne CBD, Melbourne - Company Description Are you ready to be a big part of something big? At carsales, we're all about making buying and selling a great experience. For 25 years we've been evolving with the new economy to help people choose how they move today and tomorrow. When it comes to your career, we want to provide big opportunities to help you make a big impact. But for this to be possible, we strive to feel small. Small enough to quickly change tack, small enough to learn from different departments and small enough to connect authentically with leadership. Not something you'd expect from one of the country's biggest tech companies, is it? And one of the best parts? We give you the autonomy to choose the working location that best suits your lifestyle - Office, Hybrid or Anywhere. What's on offer: A place where you can move your career forward, where you'll be continuously backed to make new ideas happen, and the chance to do work that makes real, significant impact in the world. We're proud to be recognised as one of Australia's Best Workplaces by Great Place to Work, an AFR BOSS Best Place to Work, a Family Friendly Workplace, and WGEA Employer of Choice for Gender Equality. The support of a highly engaged, high-performing team including a leadership team that's you'll actually have face time with. 22 weeks paid parental leave for primary caregivers, four weeks paid secondary caregivers leave, six weeks paid gender affirming care leave. What you'll do A career in Design will see you working on products that are used every single day by millions of customers all over the world. As a Product Designer, you'll research, design, build and refine user-centric experiences and interfaces for our carsales users. Our people are creative and they get a kick out of working with the latest technology to collaboratively solve commercial problems and anticipate the future needs of our customers. They're constantly looking ahead for the next trend and championing innovation to improve our customer experience. You will partner closely with our teams of Engineers (back-end, Android and iOS) to deliver on one of our key initiatives. Share expertise to present design concepts to various partners and teams across the business. Develop and support solutions that deliver seamless product experiences based on user-centred design methods and best practices to make complicated problems look and feel simple but elegant. Collaborate and connect with product development and other teams to set expectations for project scope and delivery timeframes while maintaining quality standards. Collaborate with cross-functional teams and product strategists, technical leads, and developers, where you'll make recommendations for the best possible outcome. Ability to work closely and build trust with stakeholders Qualifications What we are looking for? Demonstrated inclusive and interpersonal attributes that connect you to our behaviours (we change the game, we own it, we step in, we are curious, we don't take ourselves too seriously) Expertise in designing seamless product experiences based on user-centered design methods and best practices Experience planning and running workshops with stakeholders Demonstrated expertise to share and promote collaboratively design thinking across the entire business Competent skills in industry-standard software such as Figma, Adobe Creative Suite etc. You'll be able to create inspired concepts and detailed designs with a highly polished finish. BONUS - Experience working on messaging applications Additional Information A few other things we want to let you know about carsales is an equal opportunity employer and we pride ourselves on fostering a diverse and inclusive workplace. We encourage everyone of all ages, genders and backgrounds to apply. If you're a candidate with a disability or you'll need some adjustments to be at your best, let us know how we can provide you with additional support. We know how important keeping that balance between work/life is and have a range of flexible working options on offer, including part time work. We are open to this conversation during our recruitment process - if you want to know more just ask. We are a proud Circle Back Initiative Employer which means we are committed to responding to every job applicant. Successful candidates joining the carsales family are required to undergo a National Police Record check and must have full-time Australian working rights on an ongoing basis. So come and join our team - because every role is a big role in our plans to go big. • Sat, 01 JunCarsales.com
Customer Service Officer » Melbourne CBD, Melbourne - Company Description Are you ready to be a big part of something big? At carsales, we're all about making buying and selling a great experience. For 25 years we've been evolving with the new economy to help people choose how they move today and tomorrow. When it comes to your career, we want to provide big opportunities to help you make a big impact. But for this to be possible, we strive to feel small. Small enough to quickly change tack, small enough to learn from different departments and small enough to connect authentically with leadership. Not something you'd expect from one of the country's biggest tech companies, is it? And one of the best parts? We give you the autonomy to choose the working location that best suits your lifestyle - Office, Hybrid or Anywhere. What's on offer 22 weeks paid parental leave for primary caregivers, including an extra five days of 'Leave Up Your Sleeve' upon return to work. Two weeks paid secondary caregivers leave, with the option to access two weeks of your sick/carers leave on top of this. We also have regular Hackathons, lots of training and development opportunities and we care about our employee's wellbeing and regularly offer lunchtime, yoga, meditation and HIIT classes. Support of a highly engaged, high-performing team. We have incredible talent in carsales that you will learn from. ASX 100 Listed Technology company growing globally with Australian based exec team. We are always looking for the best way to solve problems and open to hearing your ideas What you'll do tyresales and tyreconnect businesses, both of whom aim to create a hassle-free tyre purchasing experience for both B2C and B2B customers alike. Their seamless eCommerce network links all the big tyre brands with the largest tyre fitment network in Australia. This is your opportunity to assist our customers through their journey and support them with their needs, driving both customer satisfaction and loyalty in a positive direction. Share expertise to provide exceptional customer support and assistance across multiple channels, such as phone, email, web and live chat. Collaborate in a fast-paced environment, you will be responsible for answering inbound customer service queries (voice and digital). Develop and support solutions with the day-to-day operations within the tyres business through tasks such as, product support, suppliers and logistics providers as well as some administrative tasks. Qualifications What we're looking for Demonstrated inclusive and interpersonal attributes that connect you to our behaviours (we change the game, we own it, we step in, we are curious, we don't take ourselves too seriously). Demonstrate understanding and expertise to manage enquiries through to resolution, this could involve liaising with multiple stakeholders both internal and external. Understand and share expertise on tyreconnect products and services. Motivation to grow authentic relationships to retain clients whilst exceeding KPIs. Additional Information Why Apply? When you work at carsales you don't just have a job, but you have a rewarding career. carsales is an equal opportunity employer who prides themselves on providing a diverse workplace that brings out the best in its people. We encourage everyone of all ages and background to apply. We know how important keeping that balance between work/life is and have a range of flexible working options on offer. We are open to this conversation during our recruitment process if you want to know more just ask And just a quick one… Successful candidates joining the carsales family are required to undergo a National Police Record check and must have full-time Australian working rights on an ongoing basis. • Sat, 01 JunCarsales.com
Associate Principal » Forrestfield, Kalamunda Area - Independent Public School - South Metropolitan Education Region Darling Range Sports College Associate Principal 00003357 Level 4, $141,644 - $150,644 per annum (pro-rata) (SEA GA 2021) Advertised Vacancy Number: IPS/DP898925 This is a permanent full-time position commencing Term 3, 2024. We are looking for an applicant who ideally has outstanding communication and interpersonal skills and who is committed to achieving optimal outcomes for all students. These skills will see you negotiate effectively and build and maintain strong relationships with all stakeholders, as we continue to grow the college. The ideal applicant would be someone highly motivated, energetic, with a sense of humour, and who displays the qualities needed to bring people together, inspire confidence, identify opportunities, and establish new initiatives. The Associate Principal will ideally be dynamic, highly visible and a proven high performer with demonstrated successful leadership and management experience and strong professional knowledge. Knowledge and experience in Student Services, Classroom Management Strategies (CMS), instructional leadership, coaching and mentoring, and classroom observation and feedback is highly desirable. In addition, an understanding of both policy and policy implementation strategies focused on the health and well-being of staff and students is essential. With the commitment and desire to create and sustain a student-centred learning environment, you should identify and implement strategies to meet the diverse needs of students and their families. You will ideally communicate effectively and with diplomacy and modify your leadership style to obtain the best outcomes from all; whilst modelling and promoting the school's vision and values to develop a staff culture dedicated to the success of all students. As an integral member of the leadership team, you goal will be to establish and maintain collaborative and respectful relationships with a range of stakeholders across the school community, including effective partnerships with external agencies, to ensure all students' needs are met. You should consistently model, support, and promote positive relationships between students, parents/caregivers and staff and engage parents/caregivers and the wider community in the educational work of the school. Darling Range SC is a Positive Behaviour School that encourages resilient and independent students. The ability to build and maintain safe, positive learning environments where students flourish is important for our students' success. Effective classroom management is critical in this role. This selection process will initially be used to fill the above vacancy. Applicants assessed as successful during this selection process may be considered for other similar vacancies that occur throughout our school for up to 12 months following this initial appointment. This includes circumstances where this position becomes subsequently vacant should the successful applicant decline or vacate the advertised position. To be successful for this role, you will need to demonstrate the following work related requirements: Capacity to provide effective leadership in a diverse range of educational settings; High level of interpersonal and public relations skills that demonstrate the ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships to achieve planned outcomes; Professional knowledge and the ability to apply this knowledge to ensure a high level of educational outcomes for all students (e.g. Aboriginal students, students from diverse ethnic backgrounds and students with special needs). Capacity to manage staff, physical and financial resources. Applications will be assessed against the work related requirements of the position. The business needs of the school may also be considered. It is therefore recommended that you consider all information contained in the advertisement and any other related information before applying for the vacancy. The Department is an equal opportunity employer and encourages people with disability, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people and persons from culturally diverse backgrounds to apply. Further information about Darling Range Sports College can be found by visiting darlingrangesc.wa.edu.au or Schools Online Additional information about Independent Public Schools is also available here For further job related information: Please contact Rob Lawson, Principal, by telephoning (08) 9453 0100 or emailing Rob.lawsoneducation.wa.edu.au. Application Instructions All applications are submitted online. Select " • Sat, 01 JunWestern Australia Government
Disability Support Worker » Bayside Area, Melbourne Region - Seeking extraordinary Disability Support Workers to support clients in the comfort of their homes in St Kilda, Brighton, Black Rock, Clayton and more Join Our Extraordinary Team as a Disability Support Worker Are you an extraordinary individual with a passion for providing quality in-home care services? We have an exciting opportunity for you to make a difference in the lives of our extraordinary clients in Melbourne's Bayside suburbs. From St Kilda to Beaumaris, Moorabbin to Brighton, Clayton to Springvale, Bentleigh to Oakleigh, Sandringham to Black Rock and more About the Role As a Disability Support Worker, you'll be providing tailored care services to our clients, ensuring their comfort and independence. From personal care and mobility assistance to social support and community access, your role will encompass a range of services. You'll be the listening ear, the caring presence, and the emotional support our clients need. Additionally, you'll assist with domestic tasks and help maintain relationships and goals. What We're Looking For We're in search of individuals who bring: A background in aged care, disability support, or home and community care preferred. A qualification in Aged Care, Disability Support, Individual Support, or Nursing. A valid driver's license and access to a reliable vehicle. Current First Aid and CPR certificates. NDIS Worker Screening Check or a willingness to obtain one. The ability to work various shifts in different locations. What's in It for You? We truly appreciate our amazing staff and the incredible work they do. In addition to the rewarding feeling of making a positive impact, you'll have access to attractive benefits, including: Warm Welcome: Paid introduction to the team on your first day. Flexibility: Rosters tailored to fit your lifestyle. Professional Growth: Ongoing training and development opportunities. Supportive Team: A service-oriented team available 24/7. Recognition: Exciting reward and recognition programs. Wellness: Health and wellbeing initiatives, including an Employee Assistance Program. Community: Fun social events with your team. Quality Gear: Prestige uniform, badges, and PPE provided. Convenience: Easy access to shift information via a mobile app. Curious to Learn More? Hear firsthand from one of our fantastic carers, Sarah, as she shares a glimpse into her day working at Prestige: "My role as a Disability Support Worker begins at around 8 or 9 AM. I start by visiting my first client of the day and assisting them in getting ready for the day. Collaboration with my client is key as we work together to address their specific needs while ensuring they maintain control over their world. In addition to helping with their personal care routine, I might also take care of tasks like making the bed, tidying the bathroom, and assisting in breakfast preparation. My primary goal is to identify ways to make their day more comfortable while respecting and supporting their choices. If the weather is suitable, we may even take a walk to pick up the newspaper. By 11 AM, I'm off to my next client. This particular client requires the assistance of two caregivers to help them get out of bed in the morning. I meet the second caregiver at the client's home, and together, we use a hoist to facilitate the client's shower and prepare them for the day. Once our tasks are complete, we ensure the bathroom is cleaned, and that the client is comfortably settled with everything they need within easy reach. After lunch, I visit my last client of the day, which typically involves a longer service. During this time, I take my client to the gym for hydrotherapy. Since they are in a wheelchair, I provide support as we use a taxi to reach the pool. I work alongside the instructor to assist my client in transitioning from their wheelchair into the pool, providing encouragement from the sidelines as they complete their exercises. Following the session, I help my client transfer back into the wheelchair, assist with drying and dressing, and accompany them back home. Once home, I prepare a meal for them and take care of some light domestic tasks to ensure their environment is comfortable." Ready to Make a Difference? Take the next step and become an integral part of our extraordinary team. Apply now or visit www.prestigeinhomecare.com.au for more information about this position. • Thu, 30 MayPrestige Inhome Care
Paediatrician or Child Psychiatrist - Private Practice » Bundall, Gold Coast - We are currently seeking a dedicated and compassionate Paediatrician or Child Psychiatrist to join a reputable clinic in Gold Coast, Benowa, 2 days a week. This role is suitable for a Psychiatrist passionate about making a difference in the lives of individuals with neuropsychiatric disorders with experience in diagnosing ADHD. Requirements Specialist qualifications in Paediatrics or Child Psychiatry. Current registration with the Medical Board of Australia. Proven experience and expertise in the diagnosing neuropsychiatric disorders and ADHD. Excellent communication and interpersonal skills, with the ability to work effectively with children, adolescents, parents, and caregivers. Benefits Competitive remuneration package Flexible working hours to accommodate your schedule Opportunity to work in a novel clinic dedicated to neuropsychiatric disorders Collaborative and supportive work environment We believe in the power of referrals. Recommend a qualified candidate and receive a bonus through our referral program. If you are interested in this role and would like more information, please don't hesitate to contact Anna aniamediix.com.au If this role isn't quiet suitable for you, please get in touch as we are working on a number of other roles that might be of interest. • Thu, 30 MayMediix
Clien Services Coordinator (Scheduling / Rostering) » South Geelong, Geelong - Home Instead Geelong & Bellarine Peninsula is a leading provider of high-quality, relationship-based in-home care for ageing adults. Home Instead Geelong was founded by Giovanni and Giselle Siano in 2018 and now employs over 400 people in the Geelong and surrounding regions, with offices in Geelong West, Clifton Springs and Torquay. Home Instead Geelong won the most prestigious ‘Business of the Year 2021’ and the ‘Emerging Business (under 3 years) awards in the Geelong Business Excellence Awards, a prestigious award which celebrates the achievements of businesses in the Geelong region. More recently Home Instead Geelong won the Customer Service Award in the 2022 Community Achievement Awards for Regional Victoria. We help with a range of personal and lifestyle needs while providing welcome companionship for ageing adults. Services include assistance with personal care, light household duties, meal preparation, medication reminders, and transport to appointments, shopping and social outings and care management. We also provide specialist care within the following domains: Dementia, Parkinson's disease, MND, MS and Palliative care at home. About the role Are you looking for variety in your role? Do you love engaging with people and building relationships? Do you want your next position to be part of something meaningful where you have an opportunity to make a difference in your local community? If you answered yes, take the lead and be part of Home Instead Due to rapid expansion of the business, an exciting career opportunity exist in our Geelong West office for energetic, self-motivated, and highly organised team member who love nothing more than problem solving rosters and making a difference to the lives of vulnerable people in our community by providing world-class customer services The Care Services Coordinator is a full-time position, located at our Geelong West or Clifton Springs offices, best suited to someone who is driven, and client focused. Primary Duties, include but are not limited to: Coordinate client services and CAREGivers schedules to ensure that all clients receive high quality services in a timely manner. Manage incoming requests in a friendly and professional manner. Ensure our CAREGivers and clients are perfectly matched based on established requirements (such as skills, experience, location and personality). Ensure our CAREGivers receive word-class customer service and they meet minimum weekly service hours. Work with key stakeholders providing relevant information from initial requests to end of services. Set up and finalise new client schedules. Ensure rosters are optimised and in line with the awards. Skills and experience Previous experience in scheduling/rostering people and /or services in a very fast-paced environment would be an advantage. Customer service experience where telephone communication was the primary communication with clients and/or employees. Strong organisational, time management and problem-solving skills with previous office administration experience. Accurate data entry skills and experience in MS Office suite. An outgoing personality with high energy levels, good communication skills and personable telephone manager. A demonstrated interest and empathy in supporting older and vulnerable people. What We Offer: Meaningful Impact: Experience great job satisfaction as you make a positive difference in the lives of people within the community. Stability: Enjoy a full-time position, providing you with a secure and long-term career opportunity. Work-Life Balance : Benefit from flexible working arrangements, promoting a healthy work-life balance. Celebration of You: Take your birthday off, fully paid, to celebrate and enjoy your special day. Financial Benefits: Explore salary packaging benefits, including novated leasing, to maximize your financial rewards. Recognition: Join a multi-award-winning and highly dynamic local organization, contributing to a culture of excellence. Employee Wellbeing: Access Sonder, a confidential support service available 24/7. This service includes a self-help library, location-based safety support, and on-demand support from a team of medical, mental health, and safety professionals via call and chat. This benefit extends to our Key Players and their families. To apply online, please click on the appropriate link below. Alternatively, for a confidential discussion, please contact Giovanni Siano on , quoting Ref No. 1177442. • Thu, 30 MayHome Instead
Mobile Podiatrist » Brisbane, Brisbane Region - Looking for an exciting opportunity in podiatry with a company who work around your lifestyle? Our client is on the lookout for a talented Podiatrists to join their teams across Australia With over 1000 employees dedicated to improving healthcare experiences across Australia, they're passionate about championing accessibility, choice, and control in healthcare management. The Role: As a mobile Podiatrist , you'll have the flexibility to choose between part-time or full-time, permanent or locum positions, servicing your chosen region. Our client prioritises your well-being and work-life balance, collaborating with you to identify optimal locations for your practice. Our clients commitment to quality care means they limit consultations per day, ensuring you have ample time to deliver the best podiatric services, educate patients, and build lasting relationships. You will be working with predominantly aged care patients within aged care facilities in various locations. Equipment and indemnity insurance will be provided. Responsibilities include: Assessing, diagnosing, and treating foot and lower limb abnormalities and diseases. Conducting diabetic foot health assessments. Contributing to chronic disease management plans. Providing specialized treatment for high-risk patient groups. Offering footwear advice and education to patients, families, and caregivers. Making referrals to other healthcare professionals as needed. About You: AHPRA-registered Bachelor's or Master's degree in Podiatry Passion to transform healthcare delivery in Australia. As a mobile practitioner, you should be comfortable traveling to client locations mobile allowance provided for travel expenses. Perks and Benefits: Flexible working arrangements to support your work-life balance, locum and permanent roles available Access subsidised health insurance at a 35% discount. Benefit from mental health support through our Employee Assistance Program (EAP). Join our clients team and contribute to shaping the future of healthcare while enjoying rewarding perks and a supportive work environment If you would like to hear more about this position, please click APPLY, or get in touch with Danielle Richards directly at danielle.richardsmarsrecruitment.com.au / 0423310667 • Wed, 29 MayMARS PARTNERSHIP PTY. LTD.
Mobile Podiatrist- Full time, Part time or Locum » Perth, Perth Region - Looking for an exciting opportunity in podiatry with a company who work around your lifestyle? Our client is on the lookout for a talented Podiatrists to join their teams across Australia With over 1000 employees dedicated to improving healthcare experiences across Australia, they're passionate about championing accessibility, choice, and control in healthcare management. The Role: As a mobile Podiatrist , you'll have the flexibility to choose between part-time or full-time, permanent or locum positions, servicing your chosen region. Our client prioritises your well-being and work-life balance, collaborating with you to identify optimal locations for your practice. Our clients commitment to quality care means they limit consultations per day, ensuring you have ample time to deliver the best podiatric services, educate patients, and build lasting relationships. You will be working with predominantly aged care patients within aged care facilities in various locations. Equipment and indemnity insurance will be provided. Responsibilities include: Assessing, diagnosing, and treating foot and lower limb abnormalities and diseases. Conducting diabetic foot health assessments. Contributing to chronic disease management plans. Providing specialized treatment for high-risk patient groups. Offering footwear advice and education to patients, families, and caregivers. Making referrals to other healthcare professionals as needed. About You: AHPRA-registered Bachelor's or Master's degree in Podiatry Passion to transform healthcare delivery in Australia. As a mobile practitioner, you should be comfortable traveling to client locations Mobile allowance provided for travel expenses. Perks and Benefits: Flexible working arrangements to support your work-life balance, locum and permanent roles available Access subsidised health insurance at a 35% discount. Benefit from mental health support through our Employee Assistance Program (EAP). Join our clients team and contribute to shaping the future of healthcare while enjoying rewarding perks and a supportive work environment If you would like to hear more about this position, please click APPLY, or get in touch with Danielle Richards directly at danielle.richardsmarsrecruitment.com.au / 0423310667 • Wed, 29 MayMARS PARTNERSHIP PTY. LTD.
Disability Support Worker Needed » Mackay Region, Queensland - Join Our Team of Compassionate Caregivers Are you ready to make a difference in someone's life while earning top dollar? Look no further At Conexson, we're more than just a staffing agency - we're a family dedicated to providing exceptional care to individuals in need. We're currently seeking passionate Disability Support Workers to join our team and make a positive impact in the lives of our NDIS clients in Mackay Queensland. Why Choose Conexson? Earn up to an impressive $72.56 per hour - rewarding your dedication and hard work. Enjoy the flexibility to work based on your availability - perfect for those seeking work-life balance. Join a supportive and inclusive team environment where your contributions are valued and celebrated. Ready to embark on a fulfilling career where every day brings new opportunities to make a difference? Don't miss out on this chance to join our dynamic team To apply, simply send your resume and take the first step towards a rewarding career with Conexson. Make a difference. Join Conexson today • Tue, 28 MayConexson
Personal Care Attendant - Clontarf, North Sydney » Balgowlah, Manly Area - Seeking Personal Care Attendants in Clontarf, North Sydney. Join us in providing essential care, enriching lives with compassion and dedication. Join Our Extraordinary Team as a Personal Care Attendant Do you possess an extraordinary passion for delivering top-tier in-home care services? We invite you to seize this thrilling opportunity, making a profound impact on the exceptional lives CLONTARF, NORTH SYDNEY. About the Role Tailored in-home support for our clients' needs Personal care, mobility assistance, and social support Be the caring presence and provide emotional support Help with domestic tasks and maintaining relationships and goals What We're Looking For Seeking caregiver with excellent communication skills and flexibility, capable of providing detailed reports, ensuring competence and confidence in caregiving duties. Available for shifts Monday (8am-4pm), Wednesday (8am-4pm), Thursday (8am-4pm), Friday (8am-4pm), and Saturday (8am-12pm), with willingness to accommodate additional shifts and preferences for other clients. Proven experience in aged care, disability, and home & community care Qualifications in Aged Care/Disability/Individual Support/Nursing A valid driver's license and dependable vehicle Current First Aid & CPR certifications NDIS Worker Screening Check or the eagerness to obtain one The ability to adapt to diverse shifts and locations. What's in It for You? We are thrilled that Prestige Inhome Care has been recognised as one of the AFR BOSS Best Places to Work This acknowledges our commitment to fostering a workplace where everyone feels supported and empowered. At Prestige, we believe that our people are our greatest asset. From our dedicated carers to our passionate office staff, every team member plays an important role in delivering exceptional care and support to our clients and their families. This recognition from AFR reaffirms our belief that when employees feel valued and respected, they can truly thrive personally and professionally. There are many other benefits of working at Prestige, including: A warm welcome and paid introduction to our team on your first day Flexible rosters tailored to fit your lifestyle Continuous training and development opportunities A supportive and service-driven team available 24/7 Exciting reward and recognition programs Health and well-being initiatives, including access to our Employee Assistance Program Engaging social events with your fellow team members Provision of Prestige uniform, badges, and necessary PPE Convenient access to shift information through our mobile app Curious to Learn More? Hear first-hand from one of our fantastic carers, Sarah, as she shares a glimpse into her day working at Prestige: "My role as a Personal Care Attendant begins at around 8 or 9 AM. I start by visiting my first client of the day and assisting them in getting ready for the day. Collaboration with my client is key as we work together to address their specific needs while ensuring they maintain control over their world. In addition to helping with their personal care routine, I might also take care of tasks like making the bed, tidying the bathroom, and assisting in breakfast preparation. My primary goal is to identify ways to make their day more comfortable while respecting and supporting their choices. If the weather is suitable, we may even take a walk to pick up the newspaper. By 11 AM, I'm off to my next client. This particular client requires the assistance of two caregivers to help them get out of bed in the morning. I meet the second caregiver at the client's home, and together, we use a hoist to facilitate the client's shower and prepare them for the day. Once our tasks are complete, we ensure the bathroom is cleaned, and that the client is comfortably settled with everything they need within easy reach. After lunch, I visit my last client of the day, which typically involves a longer service. During this time, I take my client to the gym for hydrotherapy. Since they are in a wheelchair, I provide support as we use a taxi to reach the pool. I work alongside the instructor to assist my client in transitioning from their wheelchair into the pool, providing encouragement from the sidelines as they complete their exercises. Following the session, I help my client transfer back into the wheelchair, assist with drying and dressing, and accompany them back home. Once home, I prepare a meal for them and take care of some light domestic tasks to ensure their environment is comfortable." Ready to take the next step and be part of our extraordinary team? Visit Prestige Inhome Care at www.prestigeinhomecare.com.au for more information about this position. All applicants must have the right to work in Australia. Don't miss this opportunity to make a real difference in people's lives. Apply now and become an extraordinary Personal Care Attendant at Prestige Inhome Care Please Note: To be part of our exceptional team, you must have the legal right to work in Australia. • Tue, 28 MayPrestige Inhome Care
Disability Support Worker - Vietnamese speaking and MND experience » Melbourne, Melbourne Region - Seeking compassionate Vietnamese speaking Disability Support workers experienced with Motor Neurone disease for our client in Springvale Join our team at Prestige Inhome Care - A Leader in Exceptional Care Location : Springvale, Melbourne Shifts : 24-hour client, long shifts, night shifts About Us : Prestige Inhome Care is a leading provider of high-standard care services across Melbourne. Our goal is to keep our clients in the comfort of their own homes, maintaining their dignity and care, for as long as possible. We are committed to providing exceptional care to our clients and providing a supportive working environment for our employees. About the Role : We are seeking experienced Disability Support Workers and Personal Care Assistants to look after our client with Motor Neurone disease in Springvale. The role involves providing support with personal care, as well as assisting with daily activities and ensuring the client's well-being. Key Responsibilities : Providing high-quality care and support to the client Supporting the client with daily activities Personal care Building a strong rapport with the client and their family Requirements : Experience with Motor Neurone disease preferred Experience with manual handling and hoist equipment NDIS Worker screen check Certificate III or IV in Disability Care or equivalent experience Genuine compassion and empathy for others Excellent communication and interpersonal skills Ability to work autonomously and as part of a team Benefits : Competitive pay rates Supportive working environment Ongoing training and development opportunities Flexible working hours Opportunity to make a real difference in someone's life If you are a compassionate and experienced Disability Support Worker looking for a rewarding role, we would love to hear from you. Join Prestige Inhome Care and be part of our dedicated team providing exceptional care to our clients. Curious to Learn More? Hear firsthand from one of our fantastic carers, Sarah, as she shares a glimpse into her day working at Prestige: "My role as a Disability Support Worker begins at around 8 or 9 AM. I start by visiting my first client of the day and assisting them in getting ready for the day. Collaboration with my client is key as we work together to address their specific needs while ensuring they maintain control over their world. In addition to helping with their personal care routine, I might also take care of tasks like making the bed, tidying the bathroom, and assisting in breakfast preparation. My primary goal is to identify ways to make their day more comfortable while respecting and supporting their choices. If the weather is suitable, we may even take a walk to pick up the newspaper. By 11 AM, I'm off to my next client. This particular client requires the assistance of two caregivers to help them get out of bed in the morning. I meet the second caregiver at the client's home, and together, we use a hoist to facilitate the client's shower and prepare them for the day. Once our tasks are complete, we ensure the bathroom is cleaned, and that the client is comfortably settled with everything they need within easy reach. After lunch, I visit my last client of the day, which typically involves a longer service. During this time, I take my client to the gym for hydrotherapy. Since they are in a wheelchair, I provide support as we use a taxi to reach the pool. I work alongside the instructor to assist my client in transitioning from their wheelchair into the pool, providing encouragement from the sidelines as they complete their exercises. Following the session, I help my client transfer back into the wheelchair, assist with drying and dressing, and accompany them back home. Once home, I prepare a meal for them and take care of some light domestic tasks to ensure their environment is comfortable." Ready to Make a Difference? Take the next step and become an integral part of our extraordinary team. Apply now or visit www.prestigeinhomecare.com.au for more information about this position. • Fri, 24 MayPrestige Inhome Care
Disability Support Worker (Active Overnights) - Cowes » Mornington Peninsula, Melbourne Region - Seeking an experienced and compassionate Disability Support workers from Cowes or surrounds for active overnight shifts Join our team at Prestige Inhome Care - A Leader in Exceptional Care Location : Cowes, Melbourne Shifts : Active overnights About Us : Prestige Inhome Care is a leading provider of high-standard care services across Melbourne. Our goal is to keep our clients in the comfort of their own homes, maintaining their dignity and care, for as long as possible. We are committed to providing exceptional care to our clients and providing a supportive working environment for our employees. About the Role : We are seeking experienced Disability Support Workers to for our male client in Cowes, Phillip Island, to support with Active overnight shifts. Experience with Dementia/Alzheimer's preferred. Must have availability: Wednesday and Thursday nights - 9:30pm-7am Key Responsibilities : Providing high-quality care and support to the client Supporting client as required on sleepover shift Personal care Building a strong rapport with the client and their family Requirements : Experience with Dementia/Alzheimer's highly regarded Experience with manual handling and hoist equipment NDIS Worker screen check Certificate III or IV in Disability Care or equivalent experience Genuine compassion and empathy for others Excellent communication and interpersonal skills Ability to work autonomously and as part of a team Benefits : Competitive pay rates Supportive working environment Ongoing training and development opportunities Flexible working hours Opportunity to make a real difference in someone's life If you are a compassionate and experienced Disability Support Worker looking for a rewarding role, we would love to hear from you. Join Prestige Inhome Care and be part of our dedicated team providing exceptional care to our clients. Curious to Learn More? Hear firsthand from one of our fantastic carers, Sarah, as she shares a glimpse into her day working at Prestige: "My role as a Disability Support Worker begins at around 8 or 9 AM. I start by visiting my first client of the day and assisting them in getting ready for the day. Collaboration with my client is key as we work together to address their specific needs while ensuring they maintain control over their world. In addition to helping with their personal care routine, I might also take care of tasks like making the bed, tidying the bathroom, and assisting in breakfast preparation. My primary goal is to identify ways to make their day more comfortable while respecting and supporting their choices. If the weather is suitable, we may even take a walk to pick up the newspaper. By 11 AM, I'm off to my next client. This particular client requires the assistance of two caregivers to help them get out of bed in the morning. I meet the second caregiver at the client's home, and together, we use a hoist to facilitate the client's shower and prepare them for the day. Once our tasks are complete, we ensure the bathroom is cleaned, and that the client is comfortably settled with everything they need within easy reach. After lunch, I visit my last client of the day, which typically involves a longer service. During this time, I take my client to the gym for hydrotherapy. Since they are in a wheelchair, I provide support as we use a taxi to reach the pool. I work alongside the instructor to assist my client in transitioning from their wheelchair into the pool, providing encouragement from the sidelines as they complete their exercises. Following the session, I help my client transfer back into the wheelchair, assist with drying and dressing, and accompany them back home. Once home, I prepare a meal for them and take care of some light domestic tasks to ensure their environment is comfortable." Ready to Make a Difference? Take the next step and become an integral part of our extraordinary team. Apply now or visit www.prestigeinhomecare.com.au for more information about this position. • Fri, 24 MayPrestige Inhome Care
Urgent Registered Nurses - Aged Cares » Newcastle Region, New South Wales - About the Company: Unidex Healthcare (Recruitment) are a privately owned recruitment company established in 2001 and operate across Australia, with our main offices in Victoria, New South Wales, South Australia and Queensland. Unidex actively recruits for all areas in the healthcare field specializing in Aged Care, Disability Services, Support Services, and Allied Health. The Role: Are you a RN interested in taking some casual shifts and be ready to make a meaningful impact in the healthcare industry while enjoying the flexibility of casual shifts. Unidex Recruitment are urgently seeking RNs for casual shifts in and around Newcastle, NSW. Benefits: Competitive payrate of up to $132.32 per hour super Flexible casual shifts - offering the perfect work-life balance. Multiple locations in and around NSW. Weekly pay Superannuation Dedicated support to guide you through the process of registration. About You: You will be required to have at least 6-12 months' experience working as a RN in an Aged Care settings. You will be required to have full working rights in Australia. Available for an immediate start. AHPRA registration without any restrictions Access to a car is required. Key Responsibilities: Clinical Care: Providing direct patient care, including administering medications, dressing wounds, and monitoring vital signs. Assessment and Planning: Conducting assessments of patients' health status and developing care plans tailored to their needs. Coordination: Coordinating with other healthcare professionals, such as doctors, therapists, and caregivers, to ensure comprehensive care for patients. Documentation: Maintaining accurate and up-to-date medical records and documentation of care provided. Health Promotion: Promoting healthy lifestyles and preventive care practices among patients. Safety: Ensuring a safe environment for patients and staff, including implementing infection control measures. Leadership: Providing leadership and guidance to other healthcare staff, such as enrolled nurses and assistants in nursing. If you meet the above criteria and are available for an immediate start, hit the "Apply" button now • Fri, 24 MayFrontline HR
Registered Nurse » St Kilda, Port Phillip - About the Company: Unidex Healthcare (Recruitment) are a privately owned recruitment company established in 2001 and operate across Australia, with our main offices in Victoria, New South Wales, South Australia and Queensland. Unidex actively recruits for all areas in the healthcare field specializing in Aged Care, Disability Services, Support Services, and Allied Health. The Role: Are you a RN or EEN interested in taking some casual shifts and be ready to make a meaningful impact in the healthcare industry while enjoying the flexibility of work life balance. Unidex Recruitment are urgently seeking RNs and EENs for casual shifts in and around St.Kilda, VIC. Benefits: Competitive payrate of up to $132.32 per hour super Flexible casual shifts - offering the perfect work-life balance. Multiple locations in and around VIC. Weekly pay Superannuation Dedicated support to guide you through the process of registration. About You: You will be required to have at least 6-12 months' experience working as a RN or EEN in an Aged Care settings. You will be required to have full working rights in Australia. Available for an immediate start. AHPRA registration without any restrictions Access to a car is required. 3 doses of Covid and 2024 Flu vaccinated Russian speaking or knowledge of Russian language is advantageous Key Responsibilities: Providing direct patient care, including administering medications, dressing wounds, and monitoring vital signs. Conducting assessments of patients' health status and developing care plans tailored to their needs. Coordinating with other healthcare professionals, such as doctors, therapists, and caregivers, to ensure comprehensive care for patients. Maintaining accurate and up-to-date medical records and documentation of care provided. Promoting healthy lifestyles and preventive care practices among patients. Ensuring a safe environment for patients and staff, including implementing infection control measures. Providing leadership and guidance to other healthcare staff, such as enrolled nurses and assistants in nursing. If you meet the above criteria and are available for an immediate start, hit the "Apply" button now • Thu, 23 MayFrontline HR
Female Support Worker - Minto » St Andrews, Campbelltown Area - We are seeking a compassionate and dedicated Female Support Worker to provide high-quality care for a bedridden stroke participant in Minto, NSW. We are seeking a compassionate and dedicated Female Support Worker to provide high-quality care for a bedridden stroke participant in Minto, NSW. The participant is non-verbal, and the ideal candidate must be able to engage in meaningful conversations and offer emotional support despite the communication barrier. Key Responsibilities: Provide high personal support to the participant, including assistance with daily living activities and personal care. Engage with the participant in stimulating conversations and activities to enhance their quality of life. Maintain a safe and comfortable environment for the participant. Follow care plans and report any changes in the participant's condition to the relevant healthcare professionals. Assist with meal preparation and ensure the participant's nutritional needs are met according to their care plan. Essential Requirements: NDIS Screening Check Working With Children Check (WWCC) Valid Driver's License (D/L) Certificate III in Disability/Aged Care or Individual Support Completion of NDIS Modules: Orientation, Induction, Support Safe & Enjoyable Meals (Or willing to obtain) Valid First Aid and CPR Certification Desired Skills and Attributes: Strong communication skills, with the ability to converse and engage with non-verbal participants. Compassionate, patient, and empathetic approach to caregiving. Experience in providing high personal support to individuals with significant care needs. Reliable, punctual, and able to work independently as well as part of a team. Flexible and adaptable to meet the participant's varying needs. If you meet the above requirements and are passionate about providing high-quality care, we would love to hear from you. Please send your resume to infopayworx.com.au • Thu, 23 MayPayworx
Personal Care Attendant - Northbridge, North Sydney » Northbridge, Willoughby Area - Seeking Personal Care Attendants in Northbridge, North Sydney. Join us in providing essential care, enriching lives with compassion and dedication. Join Our Extraordinary Team as a Personal Care Attendant Do you possess an extraordinary passion for delivering top-tier in-home care services? We invite you to seize this thrilling opportunity, making a profound impact on the exceptional lives NORTHBRIDGE, NORTRH SYDNEY. About the Role Tailored in-home support for our clients' needs Personal care, mobility assistance, and social support Be the caring presence and provide emotional support Help with domestic tasks and maintaining relationships and goals What We're Looking For Seeking caregiver with excellent communication skills and flexibility, capable of providing detailed reports, ensuring competence and confidence in caregiving duties. Flexible availability: Thursdays & Fridays weekly from 10AM to 12PM, with willingness to accommodate additional shifts and preferences for other clients. Proven experience in aged care, disability, and home & community care Qualifications in Aged Care/Disability/Individual Support/Nursing A valid driver's license and dependable vehicle Current First Aid & CPR certifications NDIS Worker Screening Check or the eagerness to obtain one The ability to adapt to diverse shifts and locations. What's in It for You? We are thrilled that Prestige Inhome Care has been recognised as one of the AFR BOSS Best Places to Work This acknowledges our commitment to fostering a workplace where everyone feels supported and empowered. At Prestige, we believe that our people are our greatest asset. From our dedicated carers to our passionate office staff, every team member plays an important role in delivering exceptional care and support to our clients and their families. This recognition from AFR reaffirms our belief that when employees feel valued and respected, they can truly thrive personally and professionally. There are many other benefits of working at Prestige, including: A warm welcome and paid introduction to our team on your first day Flexible rosters tailored to fit your lifestyle Continuous training and development opportunities A supportive and service-driven team available 24/7 Exciting reward and recognition programs Health and well-being initiatives, including access to our Employee Assistance Program Engaging social events with your fellow team members Provision of Prestige uniform, badges, and necessary PPE Convenient access to shift information through our mobile app Curious to Learn More? Hear first-hand from one of our fantastic carers, Sarah, as she shares a glimpse into her day working at Prestige: "My role as a Personal Care Attendant begins at around 8 or 9 AM. I start by visiting my first client of the day and assisting them in getting ready for the day. Collaboration with my client is key as we work together to address their specific needs while ensuring they maintain control over their world. In addition to helping with their personal care routine, I might also take care of tasks like making the bed, tidying the bathroom, and assisting in breakfast preparation. My primary goal is to identify ways to make their day more comfortable while respecting and supporting their choices. If the weather is suitable, we may even take a walk to pick up the newspaper. By 11 AM, I'm off to my next client. This particular client requires the assistance of two caregivers to help them get out of bed in the morning. I meet the second caregiver at the client's home, and together, we use a hoist to facilitate the client's shower and prepare them for the day. Once our tasks are complete, we ensure the bathroom is cleaned, and that the client is comfortably settled with everything they need within easy reach. After lunch, I visit my last client of the day, which typically involves a longer service. During this time, I take my client to the gym for hydrotherapy. Since they are in a wheelchair, I provide support as we use a taxi to reach the pool. I work alongside the instructor to assist my client in transitioning from their wheelchair into the pool, providing encouragement from the sidelines as they complete their exercises. Following the session, I help my client transfer back into the wheelchair, assist with drying and dressing, and accompany them back home. Once home, I prepare a meal for them and take care of some light domestic tasks to ensure their environment is comfortable." Ready to take the next step and be part of our extraordinary team? Visit Prestige Inhome Care at www.prestigeinhomecare.com.au for more information about this position. All applicants must have the right to work in Australia. Don't miss this opportunity to make a real difference in people's lives. Apply now and become an extraordinary Personal Care Attendant at Prestige Inhome Care Please Note: To be part of our exceptional team, you must have the legal right to work in Australia. • Thu, 23 MayPrestige Inhome Care
Early Childhood Educators and ECTs - All Levels - New Centre in Brunswick East » Brunswick East, Moreland Area - Montessori Beginnings is a premium Early Learning organisation with locations across Melbourne. We are opening our newest centre in Brunswick East and are looking for our Super Star team to help do this. Summary: We are seeking passionate and dedicated Early Childhood Educators and Early Childhood Teachers to be part of the opening team at our new centre in Brunswick East. The successful candidates will be responsible for providing a safe, nurturing, and stimulating environment for young children to learn and grow. Educators will work collaboratively with parents, caregivers, and other professionals to ensure the best possible outcomes for children. We have positions across all age groups for Educators of all experience levels and qualifications who are excited to create a beautiful centre for children and families. About You We are looking for people who are passionate about the Early Childhood industry and can engage children in inspiring Montessori learning environments - full training will be given and every educator can sign up for our unique Montessori Training Program where you will learn everything you need and more Responsibilities: Plan and implement developmentally appropriate activities and programs for young children Create a safe and welcoming environment that promotes learning and exploration Observe and assess children's development and progress, and communicate with parents and caregivers Collaborate with other professionals, such as speech therapists and occupational therapists, to support children's individual needs Maintain accurate records and documentation of children's progress and development You will be fun, energetic, friendly, motivated and willing to become a part of our Montessori Beginnings Brunswick family. Qualifications: Hold a Certificate III or Diploma in Early Childhood Education or be working towards Hold a Bachelor of Early Childhood or equivalent and current VIT Registration WWCC, First Aid and Mandatory Reporting Experience working with young children in a classroom or childcare setting Knowledge of child development and best practices in early childhood education Strong communication and interpersonal skills Ability to work collaboratively with parents, caregivers, and other professionals About Us We’re not a big organisation that can promise you the world however what we can promise is a great place to work Our inspiring leadership team is supportive and offers an innovative curriculum and well-being programs. We are genuine, and honest and foster open conversations at every level of the organisation. We encourage staff to follow their chosen career path within education, leadership or management. We invest in our team members by providing a unique professional development platform, discounts through our HR platform, team events and rewards for longevity. We are looking forward to welcoming you to our Montessori Beginnings family. If you want to find out more or put your hand up for this unique opportunity, then click apply now or contact Kayleigh KDownesmbegin.com.au • Wed, 22 MayMontessori Beginnings
Disability Support Worker - Cowes » Mornington Peninsula, Melbourne Region - Seeking an experienced and compassionate Disability Support workers from San Remo, Wonthaggi and Inverloch Join our team at Prestige Inhome Care - A Leader in Exceptional Care Location : Cowes, Melbourne Shifts : 6-hour daily shift and Overnights About Us : Prestige Inhome Care is a leading provider of high-standard care services across Melbourne. Our goal is to keep our clients in the comfort of their own homes, maintaining their dignity and care, for as long as possible. We are committed to providing exceptional care to our clients and providing a supportive working environment for our employees. About the Role : We are seeking experienced Disability Support Workers to look after a male client with Multiple Sclerosis in Cowes, Phillip Island. The role involves providing support with personal care, as well as assisting with daily activities and ensuring the client's well-being. Key Responsibilities : Providing high-quality care and support to the client Supporting the client with daily activities Personal care Building a strong rapport with the client and their family Requirements : Experience with Multiple Sclerosis highly regarded Experience with manual handling and hoist equipment NDIS Worker screen check Certificate III or IV in Disability Care or equivalent experience Genuine compassion and empathy for others Excellent communication and interpersonal skills Ability to work autonomously and as part of a team Benefits : Competitive pay rates Supportive working environment Ongoing training and development opportunities Flexible working hours Opportunity to make a real difference in someone's life If you are a compassionate and experienced Disability Support Worker looking for a rewarding role, we would love to hear from you. Join Prestige Inhome Care and be part of our dedicated team providing exceptional care to our clients. Curious to Learn More? Hear firsthand from one of our fantastic carers, Sarah, as she shares a glimpse into her day working at Prestige: "My role as a Disability Support Worker begins at around 8 or 9 AM. I start by visiting my first client of the day and assisting them in getting ready for the day. Collaboration with my client is key as we work together to address their specific needs while ensuring they maintain control over their world. In addition to helping with their personal care routine, I might also take care of tasks like making the bed, tidying the bathroom, and assisting in breakfast preparation. My primary goal is to identify ways to make their day more comfortable while respecting and supporting their choices. If the weather is suitable, we may even take a walk to pick up the newspaper. By 11 AM, I'm off to my next client. This particular client requires the assistance of two caregivers to help them get out of bed in the morning. I meet the second caregiver at the client's home, and together, we use a hoist to facilitate the client's shower and prepare them for the day. Once our tasks are complete, we ensure the bathroom is cleaned, and that the client is comfortably settled with everything they need within easy reach. After lunch, I visit my last client of the day, which typically involves a longer service. During this time, I take my client to the gym for hydrotherapy. Since they are in a wheelchair, I provide support as we use a taxi to reach the pool. I work alongside the instructor to assist my client in transitioning from their wheelchair into the pool, providing encouragement from the sidelines as they complete their exercises. Following the session, I help my client transfer back into the wheelchair, assist with drying and dressing, and accompany them back home. Once home, I prepare a meal for them and take care of some light domestic tasks to ensure their environment is comfortable." Ready to Make a Difference? Take the next step and become an integral part of our extraordinary team. Apply now or visit www.prestigeinhomecare.com.au for more information about this position. • Wed, 22 MayPrestige Inhome Care
Registered Nurse » Omeo, East Gippsland - Key responsibilities include: Supervise, mentor, and support nursing students, graduates, and less experienced staff. Monitor and assess the health status of patients. Develop and implement comprehensive nursing care plans. Provide clinical interventions and nursing procedures. Offer health management advice and resources for patients and caregivers. Coordinate care with other healthcare professionals and support services. Complete relevant documentation for service delivery and administrative tasks. As a successful candidate, you will have: Current AHPRA registration as a Registered Nurse Experience in Emergency Department (preferred), Urgent Care, or Aged Care Well-developed communication and conflict resolution skills Proven track record of managing deadlines and constantly changing priorities Understanding of contemporary nursing theory and practice and issues affecting nursing practice in a rural setting (desired) Why apply through Healthcare Australia? Healthcare Australia is one of Australia's largest healthcare recruitment agencies and therefore we are able to offer you the best opportunities across Australia. We specialise in the sourcing and placement of health professionals in permanent roles in all the major cities across Australia. Designated consultant to support you through the recruitment process Preparation advice regarding resume, cover letter and interview success Specific information regarding the role provided before application Additional job options and opportunities if unsuccessful Exceptional service and quick progression through recruitment process Feedback requested and provided at all stages Continued communication and support after employment has commenced • Fri, 17 MayHealthCare Australia
Urgent Registered Nurses required for an ASAP Start » Bunbury Region, Western Australia - About the Company: Unidex Healthcare (Recruitment) are a privately owned recruitment company established in 2001 and operate across Australia, with our main offices in Victoria, New South Wales, South Australia and Queensland. Unidex actively recruits for all areas in the healthcare field specializing in Aged Care, Disability Services, Support Services, and Allied Health. The Role: Are you a RN or EEN interested in taking some casual shifts and be ready to make a meaningful impact in the healthcare industry while enjoying the flexibility of work life balance. Unidex Recruitment are urgently seeking RNs and EENs for casual shifts in and around Bunbury, WA. Benefits: Competitive payrate of up to $132.32 per hour super Flexible casual shifts - offering the perfect work-life balance. Multiple locations in and around WA. Weekly pay Superannuation Dedicated support to guide you through the process of registration. About You: You will be required to have at least 6-12 months' experience working as a RN or EEN in an Aged Care settings. You will be required to have full working rights in Australia. Available for an immediate start. AHPRA registration without any restrictions Access to a car is required. Key Responsibilities: Providing direct patient care, including administering medications, dressing wounds, and monitoring vital signs. Conducting assessments of patients' health status and developing care plans tailored to their needs. Coordinating with other healthcare professionals, such as doctors, therapists, and caregivers, to ensure comprehensive care for patients. Maintaining accurate and up-to-date medical records and documentation of care provided. Promoting healthy lifestyles and preventive care practices among patients. Ensuring a safe environment for patients and staff, including implementing infection control measures. Providing leadership and guidance to other healthcare staff, such as enrolled nurses and assistants in nursing. If you meet the above criteria and are available for an immediate start, hit the "Apply" button now • Fri, 17 MayFrontline HR
Engineering Team Lead » Melbourne CBD, Melbourne - Company Description Are you ready to be a big part of something big? At carsales, we're all about making buying and selling a great experience. For 25 years we've been evolving with the new economy to help people choose how they move today and tomorrow. When it comes to your career, we want to provide big opportunities to help you make a big impact. But for this to be possible, we strive to feel small. Small enough to quickly change tact, small enough to learn from different departments and small enough to connect authentically with leadership. Not something you'd expect from one of the country's biggest tech companies, is it? And one of the best parts? We give you the autonomy to choose the working location that best suits your lifestyle - Office, Hybrid or Anywhere. A career in Technology, Product and Information will see you working on products that are used every single day by our millions of customers all over the world. This position is within our Sell Tribe. You have the unique chance to oversee the full spectrum of the development lifecycle, including roadmap and strategic planning on a platform critical to carsales success. What's on offer: A place where you can move your career forward, where you'll be continuously backed to make new ideas happen, and the chance to do work that makes real, significant impact in the world. We're proud to be recognised as one of Australia's Best Workplaces by Great Place to Work, an AFR BOSS Best Place to Work, a Family Friendly Workplace, and WGEA Employer of Choice for Gender Equality. The support of a highly engaged, high-performing team including a leadership team that's you'll actually have face time with. 22 weeks paid parental leave for primary caregivers, four weeks paid secondary caregivers leave, six weeks paid gender affirming care leave What you'll do This is your opportunity as a technically adept leader, who can collaborate closely with the Product Owner to realize the technical vision for our products. Guide, mentor, and develop your team, fostering a safe environment of growth and innovation. Enhance our customer experience and system scalability through innovative product and service solutions. Lead in the identification, selection, and implementation of technology solutions to address current and future needs. Working with the Head of Engineering to design and execute a cohesive technology strategy while upholding technology standards across the organization. Promote technology capabilities internally and externally, engaging with leadership, customers, partners. Take on direct report line management responsibilities, ensuring team alignment and effectiveness. Qualifications What we are looking for? Inclusive Leadership: Demonstrated ability to embody our core behaviors (we change the game, we own it, we step in, we are curious, we don't take ourselves too seriously). Technical Expertise: Strong background in people leadership, motivating, coaching, mentoring, and developing software engineers. Cloud Architecture Proficiency: Experience in architecting and building robust, scalable platforms in the cloud, optimizing costs without sacrificing performance. Software Engineering Acumen: Deep understanding of software engineering best practices across the development lifecycle, including expertise in C#, .NET core, Angular/React, and the principles of SOLID, microservices and message brokers. Stakeholder Management and Prioritization: Exceptional skills in managing relationships with stakeholders, understanding their needs, and effectively prioritizing tasks and projects to align with business goals. Additional Information A few other things we want to let you know about carsales is an equal opportunity employer who prides themselves on fostering a diverse and inclusive workplace. We encourage everyone of all ages, genders and backgrounds to apply. If you're a candidate with a disability or you'll need some adjustments to be at your best, let us know how we can provide you with additional support. We know how important keeping that balance between work/life is and have a range of flexible working options on offer, including part time. We are open to this conversation during our recruitment process if you want to know more just ask We are a proud Circle Back Initiative Employer which means we are committed to responding to every job applicant. Successful candidates joining the carsales family are required to undergo a National Police Record check and must have full-time Australian working rights on an ongoing basis. • Fri, 17 MayCarsales.com
Disability Support Worker » Indented Head, Outer Geelong - Seeking extraordinary Disability Support Workers to support clients in the comfort of their homes in Drysdale, Ocean Grove, Portarlington, and more Join Our Extraordinary Team as a Disability Support Worker We are currently seeking experienced Disability Support Workers for Geelong and Bellarine Peninsula area. Are you an extraordinary individual with a passion for providing quality in-home care services? We have an exciting opportunity for you to make a difference in the lives of our extraordinary clients in Geelong and the Bellarine Peninsula. From Leopold to Drysdale, Clifton Springs to Portarlington, Indented Head to St Leonards, Ocean Grove to Barwon Heads, Wallington to Point Lonsdale and more About the Role As a Disability Support Worker, you'll be providing tailored care services to our clients, ensuring their comfort and independence. From personal care and mobility assistance to social support and community access, your role will encompass a range of services. You'll be the listening ear, the caring presence, and the emotional support our clients need. Additionally, you'll assist with domestic tasks and help maintain relationships and goals. What We're Looking For We're in search of individuals who bring: Background in aged care, disability support, or home and community care preferred. Qualification in Aged Care, Disability Support, Individual Support, or Nursing. Valid driver's license and access to a reliable vehicle. Current First Aid and CPR certificates. NDIS Worker Screening Check or a willingness to obtain one. The ability to work various shifts in different locations. What's in It for You? We truly appreciate our amazing staff and the incredible work they do. In addition to the rewarding feeling of making a positive impact, you'll have access to attractive benefits, including: Warm Welcome: Paid introduction to the team on your first day. Flexibility: Rosters tailored to fit your lifestyle. Professional Growth: Ongoing training and development opportunities. Supportive Team: A service-oriented team available 24/7. Recognition: Exciting reward and recognition programs. Wellness: Health and wellbeing initiatives, including an Employee Assistance Program. Community: Fun social events with your team. Quality Gear: Prestige uniform, badges, and PPE provided. Convenience: Easy access to shift information via a mobile app. Curious to Learn More? Hear firsthand from one of our fantastic carers, Sarah, as she shares a glimpse into her day working at Prestige: "My role as a Disability Support Worker begins at around 8 or 9 AM. I start by visiting my first client of the day and assisting them in getting ready for the day. Collaboration with my client is key as we work together to address their specific needs while ensuring they maintain control over their world. In addition to helping with their personal care routine, I might also take care of tasks like making the bed, tidying the bathroom, and assisting in breakfast preparation. My primary goal is to identify ways to make their day more comfortable while respecting and supporting their choices. If the weather is suitable, we may even take a walk to pick up the newspaper. By 11 AM, I'm off to my next client. This particular client requires the assistance of two caregivers to help them get out of bed in the morning. I meet the second caregiver at the client's home, and together, we use a hoist to facilitate the client's shower and prepare them for the day. Once our tasks are complete, we ensure the bathroom is cleaned, and that the client is comfortably settled with everything they need within easy reach. After lunch, I visit my last client of the day, which typically involves a longer service. During this time, I take my client to the gym for hydrotherapy. Since they are in a wheelchair, I provide support as we use a taxi to reach the pool. I work alongside the instructor to assist my client in transitioning from their wheelchair into the pool, providing encouragement from the sidelines as they complete their exercises. Following the session, I help my client transfer back into the wheelchair, assist with drying and dressing, and accompany them back home. Once home, I prepare a meal for them and take care of some light domestic tasks to ensure their environment is comfortable." Ready to Make a Difference? Take the next step and become an integral part of our extraordinary team. Apply now or visit www.prestigeinhomecare.com.au for more information about this position. • Wed, 15 MayPrestige Inhome Care
Child & Family Practitioner - Placement Preservation Support. Full-time - Hobart » Hobart, Hobart Region - About the Role The purpose of the Child and Family Practitioner - Placement Preservation Support position is to provide a high level of skilled therapeutic support to children, young people, and families. The Child and Family Practitioner will work in partnership with parents, carers, young people, relevant government agencies and other stakeholders to develop and implement individualised therapeutic care plans that address safety concerns and help improve family functioning. The position will also mentor and coach parents and carers in relation to trauma-based behaviours using the CARE model and other evidence-informed practices. The overall objective of the position is to ensure that families can stay together safely, and that parents and caregivers have the knowledge and skills to help their children and young people thrive. This is a permanent full-time appointment based in Hobart . A Tool of Trade vehicle (including fuel card) will also be allocated to the successful candidate. Key Responsibilities Undertake tailored casework practice in partnership with the relevant government agency, children, young people and their families, carers and other stakeholders. In a CARE informed way, work in partnership with caregivers to increase their understanding of the pervasive damage of trauma, loss, neglect and abuse and the impact for a child or young person. Apply the CARE model in day-to-day care with children and young people to enable them to learn to trust, to learn life skills, form relationships and gain resilience. Build and strengthen caregiver skills on how to include children and young people in decision making and support them to fulfill their potential. Where relevant, perform case management functions to support the sustainable care of the child or young person. Collaborate with various stakeholders, advocating for the needs of the child or young person to ensure that each individual is provided care that meets their needs for stability. Support placement stability using a flexible and individualised therapeutic approach to address safety concerns and increase family functioning across all wellbeing domains. Skills & Experience Recognised Social Work qualifications with eligibility for membership of the AASW and/or a Bachelor of Psychology or other relevant qualification Significant experience in the child protection and out of home care sector Demonstrated experience working with individuals, families and communities from a strength-based, trauma informed and culturally appropriate perspective that are part of the out of home care sector Demonstrated experience in identifying an individual’s strengths and areas for improvement within the context of child protection with an emphasis on permanency for children in care. Demonstrated experience in working within a multi-disciplinary team Current unrestricted drivers licence Successful candidates will be required to clear probity checks including National Criminal History Record Check and hold Tasmanian Working With Vulnerable People Registration. Benefits Work for one of Australia's largest social purpose organisations Life Without Barriers offers ongoing training, support and career advancement opportunities Flexible working hours, including work from home possibilities Tool of trade vehicle available for personal use & fuel card Up to $15,900 annual salary sacrifice and $2600 annual meal & entertainment card About the Organisation Every day, Life Without Barriers provides support and care to children and young people, as we work collaboratively with families, carers, and communities, to ensure they have the environment they deserve to grow. With a focus on ensuring safety and respect, this is an opportunity to make a positive and meaningful difference in these young lives and help pave a brighter future. Life Without Barriers is a leading social purpose, not for profit organisation of 8,000 employees working in more than 500 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. How to Apply Include your resume and covering letter in one document, click ‘Apply’ and follow the prompts. For any enquiries including persons with disability that require adjustments, contact Jeffrey Edge – jeffrey.edgelwb.org.au Applicants are encouraged to apply as soon as possible as applications are continuously reviewed prior to the closing date; and as such the closing date is subject to change without notice. Current application closing date Sunday 9th June 2024 Life Without Barriers supports the Royal Commission into violence, abuse, neglect and exploitation of people with disability. We believe people with disability need to be heard and for these experiences to influence how support services like ours are delivered. View our statement here ( https://bit.ly/2GzZGWA) Please note: To be considered for and appointed to a position at Life Without Barriers, you must be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 or hold a valid medical exemption certificate. You will be required to provide evidence of your vaccination status during the recruitment process. • Wed, 15 MayLife Without Barriers
Nanny » Geelong, Geelong Region - ABOUT THE ROLE: Are you a nurturing, energetic individual with a passion for childcare? Join our warm and welcoming family as a dedicated full-time nanny. We are seeking a reliable and experienced caregiver to provide exceptional care and support to three children, aged between 7 12 years. If you have a genuine love for connecting with children, previous experience in childcare, and are reliable, honest, and trustworthy with a flexible mindset, we want to hear from you. You should be playful, fun, and energetic, capable of keeping up with the active children while also possessing strong communication skills to support their emotions. Additionally, you should be able to multitask and organise activities independently and be willing to travel domestically and internationally with the family. Your day-to-day will involve preparing children's meals and snacks, engaging in light household duties centred around the family, and safely transporting the children to their various activities. You should be active and outdoor-oriented, with a knack for creative play activities that foster growth and development. QUALIFICATIONS & REQUIREMENTS CPR and First Aid certification (or willingness to obtain) Valid Police Check and Working with Children Check Victorian License and reliable transportation Valid Passport Domestic and International travel required Excellent references from previous employers Strong interpersonal skills and a nurturing personality Commitment to creating a stimulating and safe environment for children Familiarity with the \"Aware Parenting\" philosophy Self-awareness and a growth mindset Experience in a busy family environment Flexibility to perform household duties while children are at school Encouragement of healthy eating habits Proactive attitude towards childcare responsibilities • Sat, 11 MayCotton On Group

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