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Greeter - Van Cleef & Arpels, Chadstone » Melbourne CBD, Melbourne - Are you a good match? We are looking for a Greeter to support our Boutique team to welcome and walk client's through the Boutique and share knowledge on the Maison. You will be responsible for delivering high levels of customer service and engagement to each client with respect to Van Cleef & Arpels' spirit and heritage. What are we expecting from you? Reporting into the Deputy Boutique Manager, you will start the enchanting moment for the client experiences, assist with refreshments during the client presentation and provide data capture for prospect clients. Do you have a previous experience in high touch customer service? Have you worked successfully in a sales, luxury or hospitality environment? Do you have strong communication and organization skills? Are you interested in learning about and sharing our Maison's rich heritage? Are you agile, curious and reactive? Do you enjoy working in a fast moving and challenging environment? Do you look for solutions to ensure the client gets the best possible experience in store? If so, apply for this job More than a role…. We recruit for a career If you are interested in joining the influential growth of the Maison with care, no compromise, and the drive to succeed then do not hesitate to enter the creative universe of Van Cleef & Arpels. By joining the Maison, you will be part of a nurturing team focused on delivering excellence and development. The recruitment process Send your application online. If your profile matches our search, you will be contacted by our HR team for an interview. Along the recruitment process you will meet the Talent Partner, the Deputy Boutique Manager, the Boutique Manager and the Retail Director/HR Manager. Otherwise, you will receive an email to inform you that your application has not been successful. • Tue, 21 MayRichemont
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Deputy Manager, Alumni Relations » Australia - Overview: RMIT University Commitment RMIT is committed to the rights of students and staff to be safe, respected, valued, and treated as an equal in their place of study and work. All staff are expected to share this commitment and contribute to a safer community. While carrying out their role, staff are in a position of trust with students. Staff have a duty of care to report wellbeing concerns about students through the designated channels and uphold to the code of conduct. RMIT Vietnam expects all staff members to comply with its Code of Conduct, policies and procedures, which relate to legal and regulatory requirements and our ways of working. Why RMIT University Vietnam RMIT Vietnam is committed to excellence, innovation, and social responsibility. We welcome applications from qualified and passionate individuals who share our values and vision. RMIT University has a global reputation and ranks 140th globally and 11th in Australia in QS World University Rankings 2024. To learn more about our rankings, please check out our latest facts and figures here Reputation and rankings - RMIT University Rewards and Benefits: Competitive VND salary (plus allowances) starting from VND45,349,000 depending on proven track record in meeting all the key selection criteria. 13th month Tet bonus private medical insurance (for you and your dependents) annual health check. Generous annual leave, career leave and public holidays (Christmas and Tet Holidays) Professional development and career advancement Access to state-of-the-art facilities and resources A vibrant and diverse campus life and more RMIT Vietnam has been honoured with the respectable HR Asia Award as Top Employer To Work For in Asia. To find out more about RMIT Vietnam and our current vacancies, please visit our website: https://www.rmit.edu.vn/careers Your role The Deputy Manager plays a pivotal role in advancing the RMIT Strategic Vision by mobilizing the alumni network in the Hanoi region and Southeast Asia (SEA). This involves spearheading projects based in Hanoi, Vietnam, in close collaboration with Melbourne and regional teams. He/she will be the Northern Strategy Leadership: The Deputy Manager will lead and oversee the development and execution of the Northern strategy. This encompasses communication, engagement (both internal and external), and events strategy. Additionally, in this role, the Deputy Manager will also cultivate and maintain high-quality relationships with local and international organizations, particularly alumni (especially high-level and government alumni) and industry executive leaders. These relationships will be leveraged to curate co-branding opportunities and establish high-value partnerships. The aim is to foster strong alumni connections through regional projects initiated and based in Hanoi, Vietnam. Reporting line Reports to: Manager, Alumni Relations Direct report: 01 (Alumni Relations Consultant) Key accountabilities Supervise the development and execution of a Northern communication strategy (including Zalo community group, the alumni network, relevant chapter pages, and other social media channels in collaboration with alumni teams in SGS, Melbourne, and the region). Lead the planning, execution and evaluation process of all strategic events based in Hanoi including but not limited to alumni events such as Alumni-to-Alumni circle (A2A), Networking and Green Business showcase. Design, supervise and deliver strategic projects in coordination with local cross function teams, the team in Melbourne and the Region to realize the RMIT Knowledge with Action strategy. Lead the development and execute high-level events that showcase prominent alumni to VIP stakeholders i.e. Vietnamese/Australian government bodies, RMIT Council Members, Chancellor, Vice Chancellor and President, Pro-Vice Chancellor and RMIT Vietnam Executive Leadership. Cultivate and maintain high-quality relationships with high-level/ government alumni, industry linkages and international organizations, especially alumni and industry executive leaders in SEA region. Leverage these relationships to curate co-branding opportunities, establish high value partnerships for RMIT regional projects based in Vietnam. Establish processes and procedures and share them with the Schools and other departments to maximise bi-directional alumni engagement Liaise with communication department, Student Recruitment, and marketing to update them on all projects. Uplift the use of the CRM and ensure all team members are trained and compliant. Attend strategic networking/industry events as part of the responsibility Other tasks assigned by Line Manager. Key selection criteria A Bachelor's Degree in a relevant discipline (Business, Education or related) Have proven experience in making digital and technology enhancements to current business processes and service offerings Develop and manage a purpose driven industry (market) segmentation Experience in digital service offerings such as podcasts, vlogs and virtual platforms and managing online/digital media and CRM platforms online/digital media and CRM platforms Experience in using business analytics tools to conduct data analyses, trends and reporting Experience in leadership roles (e.g team leader, coordinator etc) and project management skills Highly developed communication skills including; well-developed interpersonal, negotiation, networking and liaison skills with a proven record of working successfully with multiple stakeholders. Knowledge of approaches to recruitment and industry engagement across the student experience. Mature, self-driven, results oriented individual with ability to critically assess own performance Experience in managing multiple stakeholders and projects. Ability to display appropriate behaviours in line with the position, as per the RMIT Values. English proficiency requirement English is the language of teaching and communication at RMIT Vietnam. For this role, the minimum requirement is IELTS (General) with a score of at least 6.5 (or any equivalent). How to apply Click "Apply" to send through your CV, cover letter and any other supporting documents. Applications Close: 23 thg 6 2024 11.59 pm RMIT University Vietnam (RMIT Vietnam) is a campus of RMIT University. RMIT Vietnam is creating an innovative research, teaching and learning culture. We are committed to providing internationally recognised high-quality education and professional training for our students, clients and members of the community. As an internationally recognised Australian university based in Asia, RMIT Vietnam is assisting in the development of human resources capability in Vietnam and the region. https://www.rmit.edu.vn/about-us • Sun, 09 JunRMIT University
Deputy Manager Mining ( Nickel ) » Australia - Deputy Manager Mining ( Nickel ) Job ID930088 Job TypePermanent Full Time LocationIndonesia - Halmahera Mining CategoriesMining Operations Apply Now Share Applications close 21 Jun 2024 Yakutsk Standard Time About us With a global business, we offer diverse and rewarding careers. We are committed to Thiess being a company and a culture where great people can excel and where they are developed and supported to reach their highest potential. Join our team today. About the role In this role, you will: To support the Mining Manager in the day to day operation of the Thiess HSM Nickel Project To Lead and mentoring team members to meet all their targets in Safety Mining Nickel (ore) Production and Hauling Ore Production Create and empowered and challenging team culture that delivers outstanding performance in HSE&Q and achieves successful project performance. Co-ordinate staff to work safely, productively, efficiently, and effectively as an integrated team. Provide leadership to employees through proactive management of key employee drivers such as industrial relations issues, absenteeism, motivation, change and performance management. Drive acceptance of diversity of culture, religion and ethnic groups. Co-ordinate staff to accept change for better result with communicate at all time the project improvement to be applied. Comply all applicable health, safety and environmental laws, regulations and statutory obligations at all times - TCI and client requirements are included. Responsible for the health and safety of employees and self through education, training, enforcement and demonstration of the right behaviours. Ensure Thiess Safety and Environmental Management System are incorporated into the workplace provide feedback on problems or areas of improvement About you Minimum qualification in engineering or similar discipline with 10 years in similar role and proven history of making Mining Nickel operational improvements that positively impact the project bottom line Have an experience with managing a large employee base (more than 500) and have experience in strategic leadership Minimum certified in POM (Madya). Utama (POU) will be an advantage Master in Time Management, Formal Presentation, Safety Focus, Financial Concept Good in negotiation and communication skills are preffered About us We partner with our clients to deliver excellence in open cut and underground mining in Australia, Asia, Africa and the Americas. For more than 80 years, we've operated in diverse commodities, geologies, environments and cultures. Our team uses that insight to optimise solutions for each project and create lasting value for our clients and the communities we live and work in. Visit our website to learn more - http://www.thiess.com Driving a diverse, inclusive and respectful culture We're committed to safe, healthy and respectful workplaces. A place where everyone matters always. We welcome and celebrate the differences and similarities among people including gender, identity, ethnicity, race, heritage, sexual orientation, disability, age, culture, religion, language, appearance, parental status and education. We believe diverse experiences and perspectives not only make us more innovative, productive and engaged, but are crucial to our success. If you require assistance to apply for this job because of disability or special needs, please contact us here. No other requests will be acknowledged. How to apply This role is an opportunity to take the next step in your career. With our culture of recognition, development, and a stimulating and satisfying work environment, there is no better time to join Thiess. To apply for this role, please click the 'Apply' button or the link below. • Sun, 09 JunBroad Group Holdings
Grade 3 Occupational Therapist -Trauma/Orthopaedics » Melbourne CBD, Melbourne - Alfred Health Alfred Health is a leader in health care delivery, improvement, research and education. We are the main provider of health services to people living in the inner southeast suburbs of Melbourne, from ambulatory to inpatient and home and community-based services. Fixed-Term Position until July 2025 (Parental Leave) Grade 3 Senior Occupational Therapist (VG3-VG6) Full-Time - 80 hours per fortnight inclusive of ADO (0.8EFT working weekdays and 0.2EFT working weekends) - part time applicants welcomed to apply Alfred Hospital Campus The Department Alfred Health Occupational Therapy Services operates across The Alfred, Caulfield and Sandringham Hospitals, with clinical services aligned to Alfred Health's strategic goals and operational performance targets. The Occupational Therapy Service is committed to the provision of high-quality, evidence-based care, and strongly values professional development and clinical supervision. The benefits of working within the Occupational Therapy department at Alfred Health include the following: A commitment to developing your clinical, non-clinical and leadership skills with a focus on promoting personal development and career progression and providing opportunities to participate in Research and Quality Improvement initiatives. A focus on work-life balance and employee well-being with access to formal employee support programs. Opportunity to work in a supportive organisation with opportunities for personal growth, development and career progression. Unique opportunity to gain clinical experience and specialist expertise in a range of clinical areas. The Position Summary An exciting opportunity exists for a Grade 3 Senior Clinician Occupational Therapist to join the 5West team at The Alfred in a fixed-term role until the 18th July 2025. This role is designed as a clinical grade 3 role with the successful candidate undertaking a clinical caseload in the areas of Trauma and Orthopaedics. They will be responsible for leading an occupational therapy team to deliver a service focused on early rehabilitation, return to occupational performance, and complex discharge planning. The successful OT is required to display autonomy of practice, whilst also contributing strongly to the multi-disciplinary team via the provision of high-quality inpatient assessment and intervention. An important part of this senior role is that the occupational therapy clinician will have the opportunity to lead various teaching/training and quality improvement activities across the Occupational Therapy Service, Allied Health directorate, and clinical program, and will represent Allied Health on allocated committees. In addition, they will be responsible for the supervision and mentoring of junior Occupational Therapy staff, Allied Health Assistants and/or occupational therapy students. Skills and Qualifications Required B. App Sc (OT), B. Occupational Therapy, MOT prac or recognised equivalent Post graduate qualification (Masters level) in one of Occupational Therapy, Public Health, Research and/or Health Management or working towards same Full Registration held with Occupational Therapy Board of Australia (via AHPRA) Member of OT Australia (or eligible for membership) Desirable 7 years' clinical experience in Occupational Therapy Demonstrated best practice in patient assessment and intervention, particularly in the areas of rehabilitation and complex discharge planning Demonstrated skills in clinical supervision and teaching Staff Benefits Generous salary packaging and novated leasing are available through Maxxia Onsite staff gym (Alfred Hospital) Modern onsite library facilities, exclusive to Alfred Health staff Access to health and wellbeing incentives Discounted health insurance Staff Car Parking (subject to availability) Please submit both cover letter and curriculum vitae with the application. If you are interested in this role and/or exploring opportunities at Alfred Health please don't hesitate to contact Anna Kennedy (Allied Health Deputy Manager - Occupational Therapy) on 0408 484 099. Applications close Thursday, 20 June 2024 Alfred Health is an equal opportunity employer and is committed to attracting and retaining a diverse workforce that reflects the community we serve. Applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders are encouraged. In accordance with the Health Minister's Covid-19 Mandatory Vaccination Order, all Alfred Health employees are required to be fully vaccinated (3 doses) for COVID-19 or hold an acceptable medical exemption. Furthermore, in accordance with the Health Services Amendment (Mandatory Vaccination of Healthcare Workers) Act 2020, health care workers in Category A or B roles (as determined by the department's risk ratings) are required to be vaccinated against influenza or hold an acceptable medical exemption. Website: www.alfredhealth.org.au http://www.alfredhealth.org.au/ • Sun, 09 JunAlfred Health
Deputy Principal - Secondary » East Carnarvon, WA - ) is seeking a dynamic Deputy Principal – Secondary to join their friendly school. Professional Benefits Working for the... to other incentives that may apply in this school. About the Role The Deputy Principal works collaboratively alongside the Principal... • Sat, 08 JunGovernment of Western Australia$125850 - 137715 per year

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Manager Ward 4 East » Melbourne, VIC - and community-based services. Ongoing Full Time (80 hours per fortnight, including ADO) Nurse Unit Manager Level 2 (NM11) Alfred... and patient care. The Nurse Manager is responsible for managing clinical risk and implementing systems and processes to improve... • Sat, 08 JunAlfred Health
Operations Supervisor (Morning) » Perth, Perth Region - The role We are seeking a self-motivated Transport / Operations / Depot Supervisor to successfully lead a tight-knit Morning Operations team. The successful candidate will play an integral role in ensuring operational KPIs are achieved to meet our service delivery targets and promote the Safety-Above-All culture. The incumbent will manage daily completion of team tasks as well as delegating first level employee related activities (including performance management, development discussions, employee related administration, and supporting initial/informal disciplinary action activities). The successful candidate will report to the Deputy Manager Operations. Post Code: 6106 | Welshpool (15 mins from Perth CBD, 10 mins from Perth Airport) What's in it for you Up to $2,500 USD accessible for tuition assistance to further your development Great working culture, highly supportive team with on-the-job training provided Opportunities to advance through internal promotions, job rotations and cross-functional projects What you will bring to the team Experience in a similar role within the transport / logistics industry Strong leadership skills to engage, empower and develop a high performing team of employees Demonstrated experience and knowledge in effective training, coaching, and people management practices Everyone at FedEx has a part to play. It’s about coming up with smart solutions, remaining resilient in the face of setbacks, and going above and beyond to get the job done. As a business leader, you’ll be empowered to take responsibility and overcome each challenge in your own way. Who are FedEx Express? At FedEx, moving the world doesn’t only mean delivering for our customers around the globe. Moving the world is also about creating what’s next We’re team FedEx – 500,000 people strong around the world. The work we all do comes down to one purpose: to provide our customers with outstanding experiences as we connect the world to what’s next. This isn’t a place to get just a job, here you get a career for life. It’s a place to enjoy constant change, growth, and progress in your career. Our willingness to innovate and transform is what keeps us at the forefront of our industry. With curiosity, inventiveness, and entrepreneurial spirit, we keep finding new and better ways to deliver results – for our customers, for our people and for the planet. Here you will be given the flexibility and the empowerment to reimagine the new, spread your wings and see your impact. By doing so, we are motivated to be better together. And together, we always manage to drive and deliver excellence. Move the world, create what’s next. APPLY TODAY. • Sat, 08 JunTNT Express
Executive Services Coordinator » Melbourne CBD, Melbourne - Are you a current VPS4 or a high performing VPS3? Are you looking to develop your knowledge and skills in coordination and government processes? VPS4: $92,3322 - $104,762 plus superannuation (ongoing role) DJCS Emergency Management Emergency Management within the Department of Justice and Community Safety (the Department) works closely with government and agencies across the emergency management portfolio. The group is led by the Deputy Secretary, Emergency Management. which includes the department's emergency management accountabilities and statutory entities and offices. The Business Unit: Sector Investment and Performance Sector Investment and Performance, Emergency Management is responsible for the oversight and monitoring of investment, governance, assurance, performance and reporting of emergency management portfolio agencies. The unit is responsible for ensuring the delivery of centralised corporate functions, including strategic and business planning and risk and business continuity management and government business. Key functional responsibilities also include state budget coordination and legislated reporting and assurance activities and provisions of executives' services. The Business Unit also supports coordination of critical emergency capability functions within DJCS EM. About the Role The Executive Services Coordinator supports the coordination and delivery of high-quality executive and ministerial support services. The role also undertakes analysis and prepares high quality reports and briefings. Duties will include: Supporting the coordination and delivery of executive and ministerial support services. Supporting the preparation of high-quality briefings, correspondence, PPQs and parliamentary matters. Maintaining good stakeholder relationships with sector agencies. To learn more about this role before applying, please read the attached position description. About You To be successful in this role, you will have: High level multi-tasking skills and ability to work to competing deadlines Experience working in a dynamic work environment (desirable) An understanding of Victoria's emergency management arrangements (desirable) How to Apply Please click the Apply button on this advertisement. Applications should include a resume and covering letter. Attachments can be uploaded in .doc, .docx, .pdf, .txt or .rtf formats. The successful candidate will be required to undergo pre-employment checks which may include national police checks and misconduct screening. If you require adjustments to the recruitment and selection process, or require an alternative format to any of the application material, please don't hesitate to get in touch with the contact person listed on this ad. FOR INTERNAL VPS EMPLOYEES: For all VPS employees, due to the new JSE policy, please apply through the JSE only to be considered for this position. For this particular vacancy, priority consideration applies to Victorian Public Service (VPS) and select employees of the Victorian Public Sector who apply through the Jobs Skills Exchange (JSE) jobs board platform. For this particular vacancy, priority consideration applies to Victorian Public Service (VPS) and select employees of the Victorian Public Sector who apply through the Jobs Skills Exchange (JSE) jobs board platform. For all VPS employees, due to the new Jobs Skills Exchange (JSE) policy, please apply through the JSE to be eligible to be considered for this position in the first round. IMPORTANT INFORMATION: CHILD SAFE STATEMENT OF COMMITMENT: The Department of Justice and Community Safety is committed to the safety and wellbeing of children and young people. We seek to prevent harm of any kind impacting children and young people and have zero tolerance for racism, child abuse and inequality. Children and young people's rights, relationships, identity, and culture must be recognised and respected, their voices heard, and their concerns acted upon. We aim to foster a culturally safe, child safe and child friendly environment for all children and young people we have contact with, deliver services to, or are impacted by our work. • Sat, 08 JunVictorian Government
Team Lead - Mine Engineering » Perth CBD, Perth - Minara Resources has an opportunity for an experienced Mine Engineer looking to take the next step in their career, to join our established and dedicated team. Minara Resources is Australia's largest cobalt producer and a major world producer of nickel. Our Murrin Murrin site in WA's northern Goldfields is an integrated nickel and cobalt mining and processing operation employing over 1,000 people. We are a diverse, dedicated and driven workforce, building a sustainable business today with a focus on tomorrow. Minara Resources is wholly owned by Glencore, one of the world's largest globally diversified natural resources companies and a major producer and marketer of more than 60 commodities. Glencore employs over 145,000 people operates around 150 operating mining and processing sites, oil production assets and agricultural facilities in over 35 countries. The Role The successful person will become a member of a hardworking and committed team who will be responsible for providing direction to the Mine engineering team and co-ordination of all short to long term life of mine planning, scheduling and budgeting activities. You will be responsible for: Coordinating and implementing pit and infrastructure designs; Providing guidance to and overseeing the engineering and survey teams and functionality; Reviewing and monitoring the planned Ore blending builds to ensure these meet plant specifications; Ensuring budgeting and KPI are tracked to achieve company objectives; Identify knowledge gaps within the engineering department; and Act as the Deputy Quarry Managers and/or Mine Managers duties as per statutory obligations. About You This role would suit a suitably qualified and practiced Mine Engineer with business modelling experience and the ability to lead our diverse multi-skilled operation. You will also have: A Tertiary Qualification in Mining Engineering; Unrestricted Quarry Managers Certification (or the ability to obtain); The ability to mentor our diverse teams to meet targets; Your current and valid manual driver's licence; Proven experience in computerised mine planning systems/software and intermediate skills in Microsoft applications; and Demonstrated experience in adhering to and implementing safe work Practices. What We Offer We offer a diverse range of opportunities across our multi-pit mining operations through to our complex and technically challenging hydrometallurgical process plant. Also on offer are: A permanent position working directly for Minara Resources The opportunity to work for a progressive industry leader in nickel mining and processing A work environment that prides itself on high safety standards A range of health and lifestyle benefits including our Employee Assistance Program (EAP) An excellent team culture with recognition and reward programs The opportunity to take advantage of our impressive 100 kilometres of cycling and running tracks, premium on-site gym facilities with weekly fitness and sport programs An above industry standard superannuation contribution of 14% A generous private health insurance allowance A Variable Compensation Program that creates a link between individual performance and company success Well established on-the-job training opportunities and development programs to further your technical and leadership skills The ability to salary sacrifice flights, parking, super and novated leasing, etc. Relocation and visa support. Apply now at www.glencore.com/careers • Sat, 08 JunGlencore
Executive Assistant » Brisbane CBD, Brisbane - Job details Position status Permanent Position type Full-time Occupational group Administration Classification AO4 Workplace Location Brisbane Inner City Job ad reference QLD/569363/24 Closing date 18-Jun-2024 Yearly salary Fortnightly salary Total remuneration Salary Other Job duration Contact person Alex Robynson Contact details Phone: 30976336 Access the National Relay Service Provide confidential diary and executive support as needed to the Deputy Director-General. Manage all Deputy Director-General's travel arrangements including coordination of external stakeholders travelling with the DDG Provide timely support, advice and information to senior staff within the Office of the Deputy Director-General Liaise, consult and maintain effective relationships with senior officers, such as staff of the Ministers' office, the Office of the Director-General, Associate Directors-General, Deputy Directors-General, team members, internal and external clients and other stakeholders. When needed, provide support to the Office in relation to correspondence, submissions, proposals and initiatives requiring coordinated responses. Coordinate and contribute to key activities including business planning, projects and internal/external reporting requirements to ensure that they are timely and of a high standard. Deliver culturally responsive services and support the development of a culturally capable workforce. Assist in the maintenance and monitoring of the tracking and administrative workflow systems, including registration, allocation and reporting systems for Ministerial and Executive correspondence. Undertake administrative duties as required by the work unit. Applications to remain current for 12 months. Further information We are committed to building inclusive cultures in the Queensland public sector that respect and promote human rights and diversity. Please ensure you download all attachments and follow the instructions on how to apply. Documents Before applying for this vacancy please ensure you read the documents below. 569363 24 - Role Description (Word, 839KB) • Sat, 08 JunQueensland Government
Senior ICT Officer » Brisbane CBD, Brisbane - Job details Position status Fixed Term Temporary Position type Flexible full-time Occupational group IT & Telecommunications Classification AO6 Workplace Location Brisbane Inner City Job ad reference QLD/569018/24 Closing date 24-Jun-2024 Yearly salary Fortnightly salary Total remuneration Salary Other Job duration 12 months with possibility of extension Contact person Bianca Paris Contact details Phone: 3237 6002 Access the National Relay Service Key Responsibilities: Provide expert advice and guidance and to the Industrial Registrar and Deputy Industrial Registrar regarding the case management system's capabilities and functionalities in order to promote streamlined processes and procedures. The development and implementation of data collection including analysis and presentation of statistical data utilising PowerBi. Ensure the integrity of data is maintained on the business database and information technology infrastructure. Manage and coordinate diverse technical resources including third party support models and agreements by providing guidance, advice and direction. Provide high level ICT support and administration in a court and commission environment by interpreting and complying with standards, policies and procedures. Undertake tasks and projects related to information technology services as requested by Industrial Registrar or Deputy Industrial Registrar. Advise management in the decision-making process by researching and analysing trends and issues to establish strategies to maximise benefits from information resources and technology. Oversee and conduct informed decision making as and when required. Develop and maintain professional and collaborative relationships while working in a small team and provide support to staff in responding to information technology enquiries and/or issues. Effectively communicate with key stakeholders, including Members of the Court and Commission, the legal profession, union representatives, government agencies, self-represented litigants, and the public. Lead, supervise and motivate staff, including fostering a cooperative working environment, ensuring staff have the skills to perform competently through the provision of training and development. Contribute to the development of policy and strategic direction for the Industrial Registry through innovation and the generation of ideas and implementation of improvements to service delivery. Contribute towards ensuring continuous improvement, accuracy and satisfaction with Court, Commission and Industrial Registry processes and procedures. Assist the Industrial Registrar and Deputy Industrial Registrar as required. How you will be assessed: Your merit will be assessed taking into consideration your knowledge, skills, and experience, along with your potential for development and your personal qualities. This will include how well you demonstrate the following key attributes and how they apply to the role. Demonstrated success in understanding organisational objective, providing high-level advice for best practice approaches to enable operational goals. Demonstrated knowledge of, or the ability to readily acquire a sound knowledge of a case management system, court room technology requirements and associated applications, including a demonstrated competency in office administration software products. Proven ability to manage the provision of high-quality ICT service delivery while supporting staff; building and sustaining positive relationships, drawing on team strengths and providing guidance and support when required. Demonstrated high level written and verbal communication, advisory and negotiating skills; including the ability to anticipate the key concerns of the audience, identifying expectations and structure information and responses clearly, succinctly and in a language that is appropriate to the audience. Demonstrated success in monitoring progress whilst managing priorities and being responsive to changes in requirements, whilst communicating effectively with stakeholders. Applications to remain current for 12 months. Further information We are committed to building inclusive cultures in the Queensland public sector that respect and promote human rights and diversity. Please ensure you download all attachments and follow the instructions on how to apply. Documents Before applying for this vacancy please ensure you read the documents below. 569018-24-Role Profile (Word, 386KB) • Sat, 08 JunQueensland Government
Grade 3 Occupational Therapist -Trauma/Orthopaedics » Middle Park, Port Phillip - Alfred Health Alfred Health is a leader in health care delivery, improvement, research and education. We are the main provider of health services to people living in the inner southeast suburbs of Melbourne, from ambulatory to inpatient and home and community-based services. Fixed-Term Position until July 2025 (Parental Leave) Grade 3 Senior Occupational Therapist (VG3-VG6) Full-Time – 80 hours per fortnight inclusive of ADO (0.8EFT working weekdays and 0.2EFT working weekends) - part time applicants welcomed to apply Alfred Hospital Campus The Department Alfred Health Occupational Therapy Services operates across The Alfred, Caulfield and Sandringham Hospitals, with clinical services aligned to Alfred Health's strategic goals and operational performance targets. The Occupational Therapy Service is committed to the provision of high-quality, evidence-based care, and strongly values professional development and clinical supervision. The benefits of working within the Occupational Therapy department at Alfred Health include the following: A commitment to developing your clinical, non-clinical and leadership skills with a focus on promoting personal development and career progression and providing opportunities to participate in Research and Quality Improvement initiatives. A focus on work-life balance and employee well-being with access to formal employee support programs. Opportunity to work in a supportive organisation with opportunities for personal growth, development and career progression. Unique opportunity to gain clinical experience and specialist expertise in a range of clinical areas. The Position Summary An exciting opportunity exists for a Grade 3 Senior Clinician Occupational Therapist to join the 5West team at The Alfred in a fixed-term role until the 18th July 2025. This role is designed as a clinical grade 3 role with the successful candidate undertaking a clinical caseload in the areas of Trauma and Orthopaedics. They will be responsible for leading an occupational therapy team to deliver a service focused on early rehabilitation, return to occupational performance, and complex discharge planning. The successful OT is required to display autonomy of practice, whilst also contributing strongly to the multi-disciplinary team via the provision of high-quality inpatient assessment and intervention. An important part of this senior role is that the occupational therapy clinician will have the opportunity to lead various teaching/training and quality improvement activities across the Occupational Therapy Service, Allied Health directorate, and clinical program, and will represent Allied Health on allocated committees. In addition, they will be responsible for the supervision and mentoring of junior Occupational Therapy staff, Allied Health Assistants and/or occupational therapy students. Skills and Qualifications Required B. App Sc (OT), B. Occupational Therapy, MOT prac or recognised equivalent Post graduate qualification (Masters level) in one of Occupational Therapy, Public Health, Research and/or Health Management or working towards same Full Registration held with Occupational Therapy Board of Australia (via AHPRA) Member of OT Australia (or eligible for membership) Desirable 7 years’ clinical experience in Occupational Therapy Demonstrated best practice in patient assessment and intervention, particularly in the areas of rehabilitation and complex discharge planning Demonstrated skills in clinical supervision and teaching Staff Benefits Generous salary packaging and novated leasing are available through Maxxia Onsite staff gym (Alfred Hospital) Modern onsite library facilities, exclusive to Alfred Health staff Access to health and wellbeing incentives Discounted health insurance Staff Car Parking (subject to availability) Please submit both cover letter and curriculum vitae with the application. If you are interested in this role and/or exploring opportunities at Alfred Health please don’t hesitate to contact Anna Kennedy (Allied Health Deputy Manager – Occupational Therapy) on 0408 484 099. Applications close Thursday, 20 June 2024 Alfred Health is an equal opportunity employer and is committed to attracting and retaining a diverse workforce that reflects the community we serve. Applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders are encouraged. In accordance with the Health Minister's Covid-19 Mandatory Vaccination Order, all Alfred Health employees are required to be fully vaccinated (3 doses) for COVID-19 or hold an acceptable medical exemption. Furthermore, in accordance with the Health Services Amendment (Mandatory Vaccination of Healthcare Workers) Act 2020, health care workers in Category A or B roles (as determined by the department’s risk ratings) are required to be vaccinated against influenza or hold an acceptable medical exemption. Website: www.alfredhealth.org.au • Sat, 08 JunAlfred Health
Advanced Nurse Unit Manager - Emergency Department - TQEH » Adelaide, SA - Manager works in partnership with the ED Head of Unit and Deputy Head of Unit of TQEH Emergency Department and accepts...-time temporary up to 30/6/25 About the role The Advanced Nurse Unit Manager (ANUM) of the Emergency Department uses... • Sat, 08 JunSA Health$128327 - 133758 per year
Deputy Principal » Mullewa, WA - , collaborative and innovative Deputy Principal to provide educational leadership across the school with a focus on student engagement..., preferably one being your current line manager. It is recommended you have these documents completed and ready to attach... • Fri, 07 JunGovernment of Western Australia$125850 - 137715 per year
Change & Communications Manager, Graduate Research » Parkville, VIC - ! About the Role We are seeking a highly motivated Change and Communications Manager to join our team. This role is perfect... Manager, you will be responsible for developing and executing change and communication services to support the University... • Fri, 07 JunThe University of Melbourne$119742 - 129607 per year
Nurse Manager - Deputy Director of Nursing - Yass District Hospital » Yass, NSW - be doing The Nurse Manager Deputy coordinates and manages clinical care services and its resources for Yass District Hospital... and provide leadership and direction for staff within a multidisciplinary health care team the supports the Facility Nurse Manager... • Fri, 07 JunNSW Health$123031.85 - 125546.86 per year
Research Post Award Manager » Newcastle, NSW - leave for the existing Post Award Research Manager. HaSS is an exciting, multi-disciplinary faculty, structured... and realise post award strategy alongside the Dean/Deputy Dean of Research and Innovation and Faculty Head of Research... • Fri, 07 JunThe University of Newcastle
Senior Officer, State Operations » Melbourne CBD, Melbourne - Senior Officer, State Operations (within Emergency Management) Ongoing, Full Time Attractive VPS 5 salary between $ 106,534 - $128,897 superannuation Emergency Management within the Department of Justice and Community Safety works closely with government and agencies across the emergency management portfolio. The group is led by the Deputy Secretary, Emergency Management. Emergency Management includes the department's emergency management accountabilities and statutory entities and offices. Emergency Recovery Victoria - What does the business unit do? Emergency Recovery Victoria (ERV) is responsible for state relief, and state and regional recovery coordination for all emergencies to help communities build back better and emerge stronger. ERV is a business unit within the Department of Justice and Community Safety. Working directly with impacted communities, all levels of government, agencies and industry, ERV coordinates real, effective and timely support that communities need to recover after a major emergency. As well as providing strategic leadership on whole-of-government recovery activities and delivering state recovery outcomes, ERV supports locally led recovery efforts to support councils and ensure that community is at the centre of recovery. What will the role do? Develop strategic and high-quality operational policies, procedures, plans and frameworks for relief and early recovery, including for internal ERV state operational governance, and the relief and recovery function of the State Control Centre (SCC). Develop and maintain effective relationships with stakeholders to influence and create opportunities for collaboration. What skills and knowledge should a Senior Officer, State Operations have? As our ideal candidate, you will have: Flexibility and Adaptability Working Collaboratively Promote Inclusion Strategic Planning Partnering and Co-creation Future Focus Critical Thinking and Problem Solving Political and Organisational Context Influence and Persuasion Stakeholder Engagement Lead and Navigate Change Demonstrated knowledge of Victoria's emergency management arrangements (highly desirable) A tertiary qualification in public policy and management, emergency management, community or social welfare or related discipline is desirable. If you have any queries, please contact Stewart Davies, Director, State Capability and Operations, via stewart.davieserv.vic.gov.au If this sounds like a compelling job that you believe your skills would be a great match for, please APPLY NOW. Applications close 11.59pm - 23 June 2024. IMPORTANT INFORMATION: CHILD SAFE STATEMENT OF COMMITMENT: The Department of Justice and Community Safety is committed to the safety and wellbeing of children and young people. We seek to prevent harm of any kind impacting children and young people and have zero tolerance for racism, child abuse and inequality. Children and young people's rights, relationships, identity, and culture must be recognised and respected, their voices heard, and their concerns acted upon. We aim to foster a culturally safe, child safe and child friendly environment for all children and young people we have contact with, deliver services to, or are impacted by our work. How to apply Please click the Apply button on this advertisement. Applications should include a resume and covering letter. Attachments can be uploaded in .doc, .docx, .pdf, .txt or .rtf formats. The successful candidate will be required to undergo pre-employment checks which may include national police checks and misconduct screening. If you require adjustments to the recruitment and selection process, or require an alternative format to any of the application material, please don't hesitate to get in touch with the contact person listed on this ad. • Fri, 07 JunVictorian Government
Manager, International Pathway Program » Australia - Deputy Vice-Chancellor Education and Students portfolio and was formed in 2021 to enable the alignment of a range of learner... and experienced Manager, for our International Pathway Programs, to join their team on a full-time, continuing basis. Detailed... • Fri, 07 JunUniversity of Technology Sydney$134476 - 140880 per year
General Manager, Data Sourcing Division, SES Band 2 » Melbourne, VIC - Geelong, VIC - to numbers and are leaders in the Australian Public Service (APS) Data System. As ABS’ General Manager, Data Sourcing (SES Band... 2) you will report to the Deputy Australian Statistician, Data and Statistical Practices and will be responsible... • Thu, 06 JunAustralian Bureau of Statistics
Gifts In Wills Manager » Melbourne, VIC - Job Description: Leadership opportunity Permanent, full time position The Gifts-in-Wills Manager will report... directly to the Deputy CEO and will have a close working relationships with the Foundation team and across the Hospitals. The... • Thu, 06 JunSt Vincent's Health Australia$100000 - 123595 per year
Manager Security Operations » Australia - Job Details Job Title: Manager Security Operations Employment Type: Ongoing Classification: Parliamentary Service... The Opportunity The Department of Parliamentary Services (DPS) is recruiting for a Parliamentary Service Level 6 Manager... • Thu, 06 JunParliament of Australia$94259 - 105941 per year
Executive Assistant/Office Manager (Temp-to-Perm) » Sydney, NSW - Manager, encompassing the following key responsibilities: EA Duties:· Diary management· Telephone attendance and call... for Deputy CEO, CIO and staff· Register CIO and staff for attendance at seminars, workshops and training courses· Assist with set... • Thu, 06 JunRobert Half$45 - 50 per hour
Principal Lawyer » Australia - The key duties of the position include We have an opportunity for a Principal Lawyer with significant commercial or generalist experience to join our high performing, collaborative and committed in-house Legal Services team. The Legal Services team is part of the Bureau's Organisational Resilience Program and occupies a position of trust within the Bureau. As a team, we're pragmatic, passionate and generous in sharing our knowledge and working together to get the best outcomes for the Bureau. We're respected for our advice and authority as advisors to Group Executives, General Managers, and teams across the Bureau. This is a role for someone who is proactive, strategic and a team-player. You will be the principal legal advisor on a broad range of commercial transactions and Bureau initiatives; advising on contractual, intellectual property, procurement, regulatory and other legal issues. You need to be comfortable working in a changing environment with multiple stakeholders, including Commonwealth agencies, state and territory departments, and the private sector. This is also an important leadership role in the Legal Services team. You will be working independently, exercising judgment to prioritise, triage and delegate work in a high-volume environment. You will also be responsible for selecting, briefing and managing external legal providers as appropriate and may also be required to manage, supervise and mentor team members. Ideally, you will have at least 7 years' post admission experience or equivalent. Previous in-house and government experience is highly regarded but not essential. The role reports to the Deputy General Counsel & Manager, Legal Services. • Thu, 06 JunAPS
Business Manager » Brisbane, Brisbane Region - As the Business Manager you will:- Provide the Deputy Director-General (DDG), and senior management team with a wide range of strategic, tactical and operational advice, analysis and support toenable effective decision making across the business.- Lead and coordinate the development of the business support team within the Office of the DDG including the implementation of executive services, businessimprovements, systems, processes and activities for the Division.- Lead and manage effective budget and business planning, performance management and reporting, workforce planning and management, management audits, governance frameworks, and secretariat support to ensure operationalmatters are discussed, actioned and managed appropriately.- Manage and facilitate responses to complex and sensitive requests from the Offices of the DDG, DG, and Minister, within stipulated timeframes and ensuring issues are managed effectively to resolution.- Research, analyse, design and implement correspondence, presentations, reports and submissions on behalf of and/or in conjunction with the DDG.- Contribute to the division external and internal communication activities and support regular communication between the DDG, senior management, staff andexternal stakeholders.- Lead, coordinate and quality assure the preparation and finalisation of risk registers, budget plans and submissions, management audits, governance activities, divisional performance reports, and adhoc projects (including audited topics) within the division as well as coordinating the development of divisional business andstrategic plans.- Develop positive, effective working relationships with senior officers and staff in the division, department, and wider public services.- Promote and support a workplace culture of equity, diversity, respect and inclusion, and proactively manage the work performance and personal conduct ofyour staff. Applications to remain current for 12 months. • Thu, 06 JunQueensland Government
Deputy Engineering Manager » Tennant Creek, Tennant Creek Area - Deputy Engineering Manager Amentum is proud to be an Equal Opportunity Employer. Our hiring practices provide equal opportunity for employment without regard to race, religion, color, sex, gender, national origin, age, United States military veteran's status, ancestry, sexual orientation, marital status, family structure, medical condition including genetic characteristics or information, veteran status, or mental or physical disability so long as the essential functions of the job can be performed with or without reasonable accommodation, or any other protected category under federal, state, or local law. Labor Law Posters EEO including Disability/Protected Veterans • Thu, 06 JunAmentum
Data Analytics Manager - Nursing » Melbourne, VIC - and 13 Accrued Days Off per year Nurse Unit Manager Level 1 (NM10) Classification $121,643.60 per annum Salary.... The Position Summary The Data Analytics Manager-Nursing is a professional and clinical leader in Nursing Services... • Thu, 06 JunAlfred Health$121643.6 per year
Senior Manager Alternatives Research - Wealth & Private » Sydney, NSW - Senior Manager Alternatives Research - Wealth & Private About the opportunity Reporting to the CIO the Senior... Manager, Alternative Research will be responsible for developing innovative investment products and strategies for Wholesale... • Wed, 05 JunCommonwealth Bank of Australia
Executive Assistant » Brisbane, Brisbane Region - - Provide confidential diary and executive support as needed to the Deputy Director-General.- Manage all Deputy Director-General's travel arrangements including coordination of external stakeholders travelling with the DDG- Provide timely support, advice and information to senior staff within the Office of the Deputy Director-General- Liaise, consult and maintain effective relationships with senior officers, such as staff of the Ministers' office, the Office of the Director-General, Associate Directors-General, Deputy Directors-General, team members, internal and external clients and other stakeholders.- When needed, provide support to the Office in relation to correspondence, submissions, proposals and initiatives requiring coordinated responses.- Coordinate and contribute to key activities including business planning, projects and internal/external reporting requirements to ensure that they are timely and of a high standard.- Deliver culturally responsive services and support the development of a culturally capable workforce.- Assist in the maintenance and monitoring of the tracking and administrative workflow systems, including registration, allocation and reporting systems for Ministerial and Executive correspondence.- Undertake administrative duties as required by the work unit. Applications to remain current for 12 months. • Wed, 05 JunQueensland Government
LSKD Warringah Deputy Coach (Retail Assistant Store Manager) » Sydney CBD, Sydney - Join us at our New LSKD Warringah store as our Deputy Coach (Retail Store Assistant Manager) and inspire our community to be 1% better everyday. Our Story LSKD is an Australian-owned and operated brand that prides itself in producing high-quality functional sportswear with a street aesthetic. Ever since our formation in 2007, we’ve never been content settling for the norm; we’re constantly evolving and challenging the status quo. We strongly value the community we’ve created that live their daily lives within our 3 pillars of sport, fitness and adventure. Job Summary Our NEW Warringah Store (opening in August) is on the lookout for a strong leader to be our Deputy Coach (Store Assistant Manager). This role is a key support to the Head Coach (Store Manager) in creating the best experience for our LSKD community. Leading with our values, this role will be hands on developing the store team and culture, driving key strategic results and ensuring profitable growth of their store in day-to-day management. This role is a dynamic opportunity to be involved in both the retail and fitness space. You will work alongside the Head Coach to bring to life events localised to your store as well as managing the business. We get out and train together with the team each week to connect with our local Warringah community so if you live and breathe fitness, this is for you Create a Community Deliver an exceptional community experience Be a brand ambassador and storyteller for our brand history and values Support the build and roll out of a strategic and fun quarterly community plan that drives community growth and brand advocacy Organize and facilitate in-store events to add value to the community and drive in store visitation Lead events at local gyms and studios to support local businesses and grow local community awareness Build relationships with local values aligned partners Galvanise the team around building relationships in the community Develop a Team of Leaders Ensure your team has the right product knowledge to educate our community on the product range Identify team learning opportunities and deliver live coaching Support onboarding of new team members through on floor induction, provides ongoing support, feedback and development to those starting their LSKD journey Creates an inclusive and supportive environment that celebrates differences Recruit and build a world class team that embraces and shares our values Develop your team through identifying the capabilities and potential that align to the right growth opportunities Ensure timely feedback, both positive and constructive, to elevate our team to be 1% better everyday Create an inclusive and supportive environment that celebrates differences Celebrate and recognise the team's growth and successes Operational Excellence: Create daily game plan to inspire and engage your team to drive for results Complete stock and VM maintenance tasks including adjustments, pull backs and stocktakes in a timely manner Ensures faulty product, returns and pullbacks are completed accurately and efficiently Responsible for back of house organisation, tidiness and ensuring all inventory has an intentional home Complete open and close duties with accuracy and ensure others do the same Ensure the store is clean, tidy, priced and full A product expert across our entire range of fabrics, fits and styles Is a product expert across our entire range of fabrics, fits and styles Ensure your team has the product knowledge to educate our community on the core and current product ranges, relevant for their needs Financial Smarts: Review and understand store KPIs on a daily and weekly basis and continue to drive performance improvement everyday Core business knowledge, you are able to understand and action business information Monitor daily sales results and implement key actions for improvement Continuously aim to drive AOV, UPT and Conversion to meet our benchmarks and beyond Deliver weekly reflections and recaps on business performance, strengths and opportunities. Create tangible actions to be 1% better everyday Educate and engage your team on the financial performance of the store and get their support on achieving the stores financial targets and KPIs What We Look For The Ideal Team Player: You are Hungry, Humble and Smart A Leader: Loves to lead, influence, and inspire others; motivates, empowers, develops A quick decision-maker that uses all information and resources available Adaptable: Thrives in uncertainty and in a fast-paced environment Resilience: Remains persistent, positive and above the line; recovers quickly from setbacks Core business knowledge: Is able to quickly understand and address business information (e.g.budgets, sales forecasts and retail strategy) Does This sound like you? - Apply Now • Wed, 05 JunLSKD
Deputy Head of School (Mathematics Education) » Melbourne, VIC - Lecturer/Associate Professor of Mathematics Education with a three (3) year leadership assignment as Deputy Head of School...'s and values and to demonstrate an active contribution to them. About the role: As the Deputy Head, Melbourne with underlying... • Tue, 04 JunAUSTRALIAN CATHOLIC UNIVERSITY (ACU)$168512 - 210230 per year
LSKD Warringah Deputy Coach (Retail Assistant Manager) » Sydney, NSW - on experience Join us at our New LSKD Warringah store as our Deputy Coach (Retail Store Assistant Manager) and inspire... (opening in August) is on the lookout for a strong leader to be our Deputy Coach (Store Assistant Manager). This role is a key... • Tue, 04 JunLSKD$60000 - 65000 per year
Deputy Principal » Byford, WA - this Deputy Principal role. Our school has been on a school improvement journey with a focus on high impact instruction through... your current line manager. It is recommended you have these documents completed and ready to attach before selecting... • Tue, 04 JunGovernment of Western Australia$125850 - 137715 per year
Senior ICT Officer » Brisbane, Brisbane Region - Key Responsibilities: Provide expert advice and guidance and to the Industrial Registrar and Deputy Industrial Registrar regarding the case management system's capabilities and functionalities in order to promote streamlined processes and procedures. The development and implementation of data collection including analysis and presentation of statistical data utilising PowerBi. Ensure the integrity of data is maintained on the business database and information technology infrastructure. Manage and coordinate diverse technical resources including third party support models and agreements by providing guidance, advice and direction. Provide high level ICT support and administration in a court and commission environment by interpreting and complying with standards, policies and procedures. Undertake tasks and projects related to information technology services as requested by Industrial Registrar or Deputy Industrial Registrar. Advise management in the decision-making process by researching and analysing trends and issues to establish strategies to maximise benefits from information resources and technology. Oversee and conduct informed decision making as and when required. Develop and maintain professional and collaborative relationships while working in a small team and provide support to staff in responding to information technology enquiries and/or issues. Effectively communicate with key stakeholders, including Members of the Court and Commission, the legal profession, union representatives, government agencies, self-represented litigants, and the public. Lead, supervise and motivate staff, including fostering a cooperative working environment, ensuring staff have the skills to perform competently through the provision of training and development. Contribute to the development of policy and strategic direction for the Industrial Registry through innovation and the generation of ideas and implementation of improvements to service delivery. Contribute towards ensuring continuous improvement, accuracy and satisfaction with Court, Commission and Industrial Registry processes and procedures. Assist the Industrial Registrar and Deputy Industrial Registrar as required. How you will be assessed: Your merit will be assessed taking into consideration your knowledge, skills, and experience, along with your potential for development and your personal qualities. This will include how well you demonstrate the following key attributes and how they apply to the role. Demonstrated success in understanding organisational objective, providing high-level advice for best practice approaches to enable operational goals. Demonstrated knowledge of, or the ability to readily acquire a sound knowledge of a case management system, court room technology requirements and associated applications, including a demonstrated competency in office administration software products. Proven ability to manage the provision of high-quality ICT service delivery while supporting staff; building and sustaining positive relationships, drawing on team strengths and providing guidance and support when required. Demonstrated high level written and verbal communication, advisory and negotiating skills; including the ability to anticipate the key concerns of the audience, identifying expectations and structure information and responses clearly, succinctly and in a language that is appropriate to the audience. Demonstrated success in monitoring progress whilst managing priorities and being responsive to changes in requirements, whilst communicating effectively with stakeholders. Applications to remain current for 12 months. • Tue, 04 JunQueensland Government
Deputy PrEM » Perth CBD, Perth - At Alstom, we understand transport networks and what moves people. From high-speed trains, metros, monorails, and trams, to turnkey systems, services, infrastructure, signalling and digital mobility, we offer our diverse customers the broadest portfolio in the industry. Every day, more than 80 000 colleagues lead the way to greener and smarter mobility worldwide, connecting cities as we reduce carbon and replace cars. Reporting to the Project Engineering Manager, join the team as Deputy Project Engineering Manager for HCS, based in Perth to work on the High-Capacity Signalling project. This is a transformational public transport replacing Perth's ageing urban rail network control systems with a more modern, integrated, communications-based train control system, allowing more trains to run more often. In the frame of deployment activities for Signaling Projects, the Deputy Project Engineering Manager will define and lead system design and integration of signalling solutions in project deployment phases. Participate to Migration strategy definition, define associated System Architecture and concept design for the project. Communicate and manage target deliveries, scope and status in line with the project roadmap with the overseas teams Lead CBTC System Requirements effort ensuring compliance with applicable standards and internal processes. Identify, define, control and manage system interfaces, including electrical, civil, operational control system (OCS) interface and software. Lead System Design and Technical meetings and design reviews Develop and maintain a Signalling System Description document Support Project Engineering in all technical decisions Chair Change Control Board (CCB) for technical changes Support System Configuration Management for the system through the whole lifecycle Support Sub-System team for detailed design and drive their deliveries in a consolidated baseline. Qualifications & Skills: Bachelor's or Masters in Engineering, Electrical, Systems related engineering field Experience in Rail systems design and application, experience or familiarity in application of multiple engineering disciplines to Transportation systems. Good verbal/written communications skills for effective interfacing with technical team members. Experience in CBTC system solution BEHAVIORAL COMPETENCIES: Rigorous, autonomous, good analytic and synthesis skills. Good technical coordination Good communication and reporting skills. English: written and verbal. Technical Competency & Experience: Technical knowledge in railway signaling (Priority can be given to the individuals with experience in the CBTC System design) Knowledge and understanding of railway signaling principles. Excellent organizational and planning skills. Ability to build and maintain constructive relationships with stakeholders of project and other colleagues Ability to perform multitasking on need basis Important to note As a global business, we're an equal-opportunity employer that celebrates diversity across the 63 countries we operate in. We're committed to creating an inclusive workplace for everyone. • Tue, 04 JunAlstom
Deputy Head of School (Mathematics Education) » Melbourne, VIC - ) year leadership assignment as Deputy Head of School Join a university ranked internationally in the top 2% for research.... About the role: As the Deputy Head, Melbourne with underlying role of Senior Lecturer/Associate Professor of Mathematics... • Tue, 04 JunAustralian Catholic University$168512 - 182954 per year
Deputy Director Contracts & Procurement » Maroochydore, QLD - team of a Senior Manager (to be recruited), Contract Leads and the Manager Procurement and Quality, fostering a culture... • Mon, 03 JunEden Ritchie Recruitment
Office Manager » Wheelers Hill, VIC - administrator and team leader to fill an Office Manager role at our Wheelers Hill Campus. This role is integral to the efficient... to the Deputy Head of Campus Maintain accurate & up to date database records Prepare and distribute accurate and timely... • Mon, 03 JunCaulfield Grammar School
Alumni Relationship Manager » Australia - and supporter experience team? We now have a fantastic opportunity for a self-motivated and passionate Relationship Manager... to esteemed leaders. The Relationship Manager is an integral conduit between the central Alumni and Supporter Experience team... • Mon, 03 JunThe University of Sydney
LSKD Melbourne Central Deputy Coach (Retail Store Assistant Manager) » Melbourne, VIC - . Job Summary Our Melbourne Central Store is on the lookout for a strong leader to be our Deputy Coach (Store Assistant Manager... and job role development $60-65k Salary depending on experience Join us at our LSKD Melbourne Central store as our Deputy Coach... • Sun, 02 JunLSKD$60000 - 65000 per year
Service Manager (Learning Disabilities) - Newhaven » Newhaven, VIC - rights of people with disabilities With the support of your Deputy Manager, you will lead, empower and develop a team...FitzRoy are recruiting an experienced Service Manager for our registered service in Newhaven where we provide care... • Sat, 01 JunFitzRoy
Senior Manager, Organisational Development » Canberra, ACT - Classification: ANU Senior Manager 2 Salary package: $140,661 per annum plus 17% superannuation Terms: Full time... and executing on key projects. The position reports to the Deputy Chief People Officer (Talent and Capability) and works... • Sat, 01 JunAustralian National University$140661 per year
Deputy PrEM » Perth, WA - , connecting cities as we reduce carbon and replace cars. Reporting to the Project Engineering Manager, join the team as Deputy... for Signaling Projects, the Deputy Project Engineering Manager will define and lead system design and integration of signalling... • Sat, 01 JunAlstom
Deputy PrEM » Perth, WA - , connecting cities as we reduce carbon and replace cars. Reporting to the Project Engineering Manager, join the team as Deputy... for Signaling Projects, the Deputy Project Engineering Manager will define and lead system design and integration of signalling... • Sat, 01 JunAlstom
Senior Executive Coordinator » Brisbane, Brisbane Region - The Office of the Deputy Director-General supports the Deputy Director-General in developing the capability of our people and leading engagement with the media, key stakeholders and our Minister. As a Senior Executive Coordinator you will be responsibilities for serving as the secretariat for the Translink Executive Leadership Team meetings, managing administrative requirements, and overseeing the Deputy Director-General's daily activities such as emails, calls, appointments, and travel arrangements. You will provide confidential support and advice to the Deputy Director-General and General Managers and maintaining communication with key stakeholders. Additionally, you will collaborate in a dynamic team environment to manage projects and ensure timely completion. We are looking for someone who has the ability to prioritize tasks, overcome challenges, and carefully plan daily activities. To thrive in this role, you will need to be able to build strong relationships through clear communication, timely information sharing, and valuing diverse viewpoints. We want you to grow, therefore it's valuable that you can identify your strengths and areas for improvement, seek feedback, and take responsibility for your own learning. We can offer you the below benefits:- a flexible 36.25 hour working week- work and life balance including flexible work arrangements- generous superannuation (employer contribution of up to 12.75%)- salary sacrificing. Please apply providing a resume (max. 5 pages) that outlines your relevant qualifications and experience and a cover letter (one to two pages) outlining what you bring to the role and your motivations for applying. For more details, please read the role description attached. Applications to remain current for 12 months. • Sat, 01 JunQueensland Government
LSKD Melbourne Central Deputy Coach (Retail Store Assistant Manager) » Middle Park, Port Phillip - Join us at our LSKD Melbourne Central store as our Deputy Coach (Retail Store Assistant Manager) and inspire our community to be 1% better everyday. Our Story LSKD is an Australian-owned and operated brand that prides itself in producing high-quality functional sportswear with a street aesthetic. Ever since our formation in 2007, we’ve never been content settling for the norm; we’re constantly evolving and challenging the status quo. We strongly value the community we’ve created that live their daily lives within our 3 pillars of sport, fitness and adventure. Job Summary Our Melbourne Central Store is on the lookout for a strong leader to be our Deputy Coach (Store Assistant Manager). This role is a key support to the Head Coach (Store Manager) in creating the best experience for our LSKD community. Leading with our values, this role will be hands on developing the store team and culture, driving key strategic results and ensuring profitable growth of their store in day-to-day management. This role is a dynamic opportunity to be involved in both the retail and fitness space. You will work alongside the Head Coach to bring to life events localised to your store as well as managing the business. We get out and train together with the team each week to connect with our local Melbourne community so if you live and breathe fitness, this is for you Create a Community Deliver an exceptional community experience Be a brand ambassador and storyteller for our brand history and values Support the build and roll out of a strategic and fun quarterly community plan that drives community growth and brand advocacy Organize and facilitate in-store events to add value to the community and drive in store visitation Lead events at local gyms and studios to support local businesses and grow local community awareness Build relationships with local values aligned partners Galvanise the team around building relationships in the community Develop a Team of Leaders Ensure your team has the right product knowledge to educate our community on the product range Identify team learning opportunities and deliver live coaching Support onboarding of new team members through on floor induction, provides ongoing support, feedback and development to those starting their LSKD journey Creates an inclusive and supportive environment that celebrates differences Recruit and build a world class team that embraces and shares our values Develop your team through identifying the capabilities and potential that align to the right growth opportunities Ensure timely feedback, both positive and constructive, to elevate our team to be 1% better everyday Create an inclusive and supportive environment that celebrates differences Celebrate and recognise the team's growth and successes Operational Excellence: Create daily game plan to inspire and engage your team to drive for results Complete stock and VM maintenance tasks including adjustments, pull backs and stocktakes in a timely manner Ensures faulty product, returns and pullbacks are completed accurately and efficiently Responsible for back of house organisation, tidiness and ensuring all inventory has an intentional home Complete open and close duties with accuracy and ensure others do the same Ensure the store is clean, tidy, priced and full A product expert across our entire range of fabrics, fits and styles Is a product expert across our entire range of fabrics, fits and styles Ensure your team has the product knowledge to educate our community on the core and current product ranges, relevant for their needs Financial Smarts: Review and understand store KPIs on a daily and weekly basis and continue to drive performance improvement everyday Core business knowledge, you are able to understand and action business information Monitor daily sales results and implement key actions for improvement Continuously aim to drive AOV, UPT and Conversion to meet our benchmarks and beyond Deliver weekly reflections and recaps on business performance, strengths and opportunities. Create tangible actions to be 1% better everyday Educate and engage your team on the financial performance of the store and get their support on achieving the stores financial targets and KPIs What We Look For The Ideal Team Player: You are Hungry, Humble and Smart A Leader: Loves to lead, influence, and inspire others; motivates, empowers, develops A quick decision-maker that uses all information and resources available Adaptable: Thrives in uncertainty and in a fast-paced environment Resilience: Remains persistent, positive and above the line; recovers quickly from setbacks Core business knowledge: Is able to quickly understand and address business information (e.g.budgets, sales forecasts and retail strategy) Does This sound like you? - Apply Now So what do you need to get the gig? Turn this application upside down: blow it out of the water and show us why you want to be part of the fastest growing brand • Sat, 01 JunLSKD
Deputy Director of Nursing, Mental Health Services, WSLHD » Sydney, NSW - North Parramatta, NSW - Position Classification: Nurse Manager Grade 6 Remuneration: $158,194.99 - $160,730.87 per annum Hours Per Week: 38 Location... • Fri, 31 MayNSW Health$158194.98 - 160730.88 per year
Deputy Director of Nursing - Division of Surgical, Women's and Children's Services - Port Macquarie » Port Macquarie, NSW - Employment Type: Permanent Full Time Position Classification: Nurse Manager Grade 5 Remuneration... This is an exciting opportunity for a senior nurse manager to work with the Director of Nursing and Midwifery (DONM) and the Leadership... • Fri, 31 MayNSW Health$150623.88 - 153175.4 per year
Executive Manager, Research & Knowledge Translation » Melbourne, VIC - . Under the direction of the Executive Manager of Research and Knowledge Translation (KT), this team is responsible in full or in... Strait Islander people in health research. POSITION OVERVIEW The Executive Manager of Research and Knowledge Translation... • Fri, 31 MayLowitja Institute
Administrative Assistant (516352) » Tasmania, Australia - Administrative Assistant, Speech Pathology Department, Hospitals South The role: This role provides administrative and clerical support to the Speech Pathology Service to enable the service to run effectively and efficiently, and to support clinical staff to provide the best possible service to patients and clients. Note: - Please refer to the Statement of Duties for all the selection criteria of this position to address in your application. You will be a part of a dynamic team that works across the healthcare continuum. You will work alongside other administration staff and be supported by the wider team within a team culture that strives to embody our organisational CARE values. The speech pathology department is welcoming and inclusive and values the contributions from all members of the team. We provide opportunities for social connection and team building. Flexible working arrangements are available that may suit students or people currently employed part-time. Position Features: The position is based in Hobart in an office environment Some travel to inpatient and outpatient facilities may be required Details of Appointment Permanent, part time, day worker position working 22.8 hours per fortnight, as soon as possible. notwithstanding hours may be negotiated with the successful applicant Applicants should note that, for a period of twelve months from the date of publication, this selection process may be used to fill subsequent or similar full time and part time vacancies. Salary: $64,125 -$68,925 pro-rata, per annum. Our Employer 11% superannuation contribution is on top of this amount. You’ll have access to salary package a range of benefits including living expenses up to $9,010 $2,650 in meal entertainment each FBT year other benefits if eligible. Salary range is in accordance with Public Sector Unions Wages Agreement 2022 Eligibility: Successful applicants will be required to meet the essential criteria: Formal qualifications in administration/customer service The Head of the State Service has determined that the person nominated for this job is to satisfy a pre‑employment check before taking up the appointment, on promotion or transfer. The following checks are to be conducted: Conviction checks in the following areas: crimes of violence sex related offences serious drug offences crimes involving dishonesty Identification check Disciplinary action in previous employment check. How to Apply Apply Online. Please click the "Apply" button on this screen. This ensures important questions about you are answered. You will be prompted to complete a 1-2 page application outlining your experience, skills and knowledge as they relate to the attached Statement of Duties. Please note: We do not require a separate statement addressing the selection criteria. All attachments must be in Microsoft Word or PDF format. Referee details are submitted as part of the online application so make sure you have the contact details of two referees before applying. Download the Statement of Duties and any Associated Documents We encourage you to review the Applicant Guide, Statement of Duties, prior to applying for an overview of the duties, program, selection process and selection criteria. Statement of Duties 516352 Administrative Assistant Band 2 (July 2023).pdf 516352 Administrative Assistant Band 2 (July 2023).docx Applicant Guide Department of Health - Applicant Guide June 22.pdf Department of Health - Applicant Guide June 22.docx For more information (Contact Officer) Hannah Leitch Position: Deputy Manager, Speech Pathology Phone: (03) 6166 8434 or 0427 620 544 E-mail: hannah.leitchths.tas.gov.au Important information The email account you provide when submitting job applications will be used in correspondence to you. It is important that this is kept up to date and monitored regularly. To update your email address (or contact number), log in to www.jobs.tas.gov.au and look for “Existing applicant login” where you can update your details The Department of Health values workforce diversity and recognises the value each person offers which is shaped by their unique characteristics, background, experiences, knowledge, skills, values and perspectives. • Fri, 31 MayTasmanian Government Jobs
Administrative Officer - Windsor State School » Brisbane, Brisbane Region - About the Department: The Department of Education are dedicated to building an inclusive and diverse workforce that reflects the community and schools we support by treating everyone with respect and dignity. This starts with recruitment and selection. The methods of assessing suitability in the recruitment process may vary. This includes making reasonable adjustments to support applicants at all stages of the process and employee lifecycle. About the School: Windsor State School is a dynamic school community with a proud history of providing high quality educational outcomes for its students. The school's culture embraces the values of respect for self, respect for others and respect for our school. Your Role: As the Administrative Officer you will contribute to the effective and efficient administrative management of the school. You will be a part of a hard-working frontline team working within existing guidelines to provide relevant and timely administrative support to the Principal, Deputy Principals and Business Manager Responsibilities include: Undertake routine activities including reception (telephone and counter enquiries), student enrolments, QParents and student medication management. Administer day to day financial matters (receipting, reconciling invoices for payment and accounts payable) using OneSchool Communicate with school and departmental staff, parents, students and community members demonstrating empathy and emotional support. Perform a variety of administrative services including preparation of timesheets and assist with arranging approved relief for school staff as directed. About You: The applicant must be highly reliable and have effective time management skills and high levels of communication skills with the ability to display confidentiality. Please refer to the attached role description for any mandatory requirements for this position. Interested? To Apply: Attach a brief resume including contact details for 2 referees (referees should have an understanding of your relevant work history) We welcome all applicants to share any support needed to ensure our recruitment process is inclusive. Applications remain current for 12 months from the closing date and may be considered for appointment to identical or similar vacancies within the Department. Applications from recruitment agencies will not be accepted. When working in regulated employment an employee must have a current Working with Children Clearance (blue card) issued by Blue Card Services. Salary rate shown is reflective of full-time (1.0 FTE). The Department of Education is a family inclusive workplace. Click here to find out more about our Inclusion and Diversity strategies. • Fri, 31 MayQueensland Government
Manager, Student Initiatives » New South Wales - The Manager, Student Initiatives is responsible for the design and implementation of a range of student-focused... closely with the Chief Operating Officer, Deputy Vice Chancellor (Academic) and leaders of divisions, faculties and schools... • Thu, 30 MayCharles Sturt University$107199 - 121340 per year
NSW Manager » Sydney, NSW - our business and keep one step ahead of our competitors. About the Role We’re looking for an experienced Underwriting Manager... with our Deputy CEO and team of Regional Managers, this role sees responsibility for: Driving and executing Underwriting strategy... • Thu, 30 MayHowden Group Holdings
Deputy Director of Nursing » West Leederville, WA - of our consumers and their families. We are seeking a compassionate Deputy Director of Nursing to join our team at Emerald Life Aged... previous experience working as a Clinical Nurse Manager in the aged care sector a NDIS Worker Screening Check Influenza... • Thu, 30 MayHall & Prior
Deputy Ramp Operations Manager » Australia - We are looking for a Deputy ramp Operations Manager to join our Sydney Ramp and Baggage Operation The Deputy Ramp Operations Manager is part of the management of end-to-end dnata NSW Ramp and Baggage Operation. They will have a primary focus on supporting the operation and providing support and extensive knowledge on not only supporting the employees but also the clients to ensure dnata is able to deliver on their mission, vision and values. The Deputy Ramp Operations Manager will report into the Ramp Operations Manager in managing a simultaneous complex and multi-dimensional business issues with competing demands within an environment of sensitivities, constraints and competing stakeholder priorities. OH & S Responsibilities Comply with the dnata OHS Policy and related Group Policies Comply with legislative OH & S requirements Develop and maintain a positive safety culture focused on awareness and vigilance. Conduct work in accordance with dnata’s OH & S Management System and customer OH & S requirements Follow all safety work procedures, adhering to all safety guidelines provided Attend OH & S induction and training as directed by the business When applicable wear the required personal protective clothing and equipment PRIMARY DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES Support the lead a professional team that will provide superior customer service to a diverse group of people that will demand ongoing improvement. Support the lead the team to control and reduce, where possible, labour costs and other expenses whilst continuing to meet our clients’ requirements as outlined in our Service Level Agreements (SLAs). Support the lead the team to meet and exceed KPIs and KRAs that are set out. Provide timely reports to the senior management team. Facilitate grievance and performance management issues. Support the lead the team with a performance framework and provide regular feedback to direct reports to enable ongoing improvement to skills and knowledge. Support the lead the team to ensure we meet and adhere to all safety requirements and legislation that exist in the business and promote a zero harm culture. Manage recruitment processes including selection, induction or termination when required. Ensure there is adequate support in the training requirements of the Ramp Operations Team to ensure that all mandatory and regulatory training is completed and up to date. Participate as a dedicated and collaborative member of the dnata Ground Services Management team and effectively manage all stakeholder relationships to ensure success of the business. Represent dnata with all existing customers ensuring total retention of customer contracts and an exceptional level of support and customer satisfaction. Manage the auditing and compliance of the dnata site including the conduct of staff and compliance with dnata strategic and operational goals. OH & S Responsibilities Comply with the dnata OHS Policy and related Group Policies Comply with legislative OH & S requirements Develop and maintain a positive safety culture focused on awareness and vigilance. Conduct work in accordance with dnata’s OH & S Management System and customer OH & S requirements Follow all safety work procedures, adhering to all safety guidelines provided Attend OH & S induction and training as directed by the business When applicable wear the required personal protective clothing and equipment Essential Criteria Commitment to dnata’s vision, values and mission Ability to interact confidently at an operational and executive level Strong leadership skills, underpinned by a genuine interest in people Work in a safe manner at all times Exceptional personal standards of honesty, integrity and professionalism Intermediate level skills in MS Office particularly in Word, Excel, Outlook and Power point Customer focused and ensuring the needs of stakeholders are met and exceeded Well-developed communication and interpersonal skills with the ability to work in a consultative manner Ability to sustain effective working relationships across the organization Self-confidence and high levels of initiative Excellent time management skills Excellent communication skills, both written and oral Attention to detail and accuracy Strong motivation, influencing and team-building skills Strong service orientation with the ability to foster a strong service culture Desirable Criteria 2 – 3 years’ experience in a similar role Previous management or leadership role experience; Previous experience in Airline services or Freight handling services • Thu, 30 Maydnata
Technical Account Manager, CS APAC deputy (RC) » Winmalee, NSW - Business Name: Dalet Digital Media Systems Title: Technical Account Manager, CS APAC deputy · Permanent full-time... and experienced Technical Account Manager, CS APAC deputy to join our dynamic team and contribute to our mission. He/She will report... • Thu, 30 MayAffinity Migration$105000 per year
Quality Systems Manager » Ireland - Callaghan, NSW - Quality Systems Manager for Beckman Coulter Ireland is responsible for maintenance and implementation of Quality System... site is in a state of audit-readiness. Act as Deputy Management Representative. Manage the BCII CAPA (corrective... • Thu, 30 MayDanaher
Quality Coordinator » Eagle Farm, Brisbane - Who are u&u? At u&u, we aim to connect job-seeking candidates with organisations that are going through growth or team changes. The consultants work with companies across a wide range of industries, and we represent candidates for temporary, contract and permanent employment. Our Client: Our client is a global worldwide manufacturer of lifting and material-handling equipment. They provide team members with a rewarding career and the opportunity to make an impact. The Role: The Quality Coordinator will be responsible for the compilation of documentation requirements for a manufacturing company. The role includes supporting the administration, maintenance, and management of the Quality Management Systems. In this role you will have a functional working relationship with Production and Internal Departments. This role is a 7-month temporary contract to cover a maternity leave. Comply with policies and procedures, as well as ensuring compliance to statutory and regulatory requirements; Compilation of all regulatory documentation, component certificates, serial parts and operators' manuals - Know as Crane Pass, and any updates related to it; Manage the sites Test Certificate database - including weigh dockets, lifting equipment, critical crane components; Coordinate the site Tool Calibration schedule - arranging third party inspections, internal audits, register maintenance; Coordinate and perform administrative tasks within our ERP system to ensure manufactured cranes are transacted to final completion on a timely basis for both technical data and financial information; Publish a spare parts catalogue for each manufactured crane publishing for both customer and internal aftermarket stakeholders; Maintain stock of materials linked to the cranepass process (purchasing activities); Maintain and update machine records and process database; Documentation updates as required to machine build folders, log books, and associated documents as required; and Promote quality improvement processes throughout the business and play an integral role in development and implementation of quality functions and processes. Provide quality team support to all departments and management as requested by the Quality Manager or nominated deputy. What we are looking for: Experience in a manufacturing environment (Mechanical Materials Handling environment desirable); QMS administration / quality assurance experience; Internal auditing experience; Ability to work independently and within a team; Systematic approach to prioritising of opportunities and deadlines; Intermediate level competency in Microsoft suite. (Excel, Word, Outlook and Visio); and Previous experience within operational excellence system and process development (desirable). How to Apply: For more information or a confidential discussion please call Cassandra Waugh at u&u on 07 3232 9118 or email Cassandra.Waughuandu.com quoting reference number 36731 . At u&u Recruitment Partners, we value diversity, equity and inclusion. We welcome applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, people with diverse cultural and linguistic backgrounds and people with disability. Should you require reasonable adjustments throughout the recruitment process, we encourage you to make a request via adjustmentsuandu.com or phone the above-mentioned u&u consultant to discuss. In response to these requests, we will collaborate closely with you to implement the appropriate adjustments. Additionally, for a barrier-free and inclusive online experience, you can access u&u's opportunities using accessibility software Recite Me at https://www.uandu.com/jobs. Please submit your resume in Word format only. • Thu, 30 Mayu&u
Technical Account Manager, CS APAC deputy (RC) » Winmalee, Blue Mountains - Business Name: Dalet Digital Media Systems Title: Technical Account Manager, CS APAC deputy · Permanent full-time position · 38 hours per week · $105,000 per year superannuation · Winmalee, NSW Dalet Digital Media Systems is a world leader in software, services, and solutions for media workflows. Driven by a common passion for media, our 350 talented and multicultural employees work together in 18 offices to serve some of the world's most amazing media organizations. With an agile software platform and a full range of professional services, Dalet provides end-to-end content production, management, and distribution workflow solutions for news, sports, program preparation, post-production, archives, radio, education, and government institutions. In today's fast-paced digital environment, media organizations need to embrace change and continuously adapt. At Dalet, we lead change in the industry and believe in collaborative innovation with our customers to enable next-generation workflows and models that better serve their business and their audiences. We are looking for a highly motivated and experienced Technical Account Manager, CS APAC deputy to join our dynamic team and contribute to our mission. He/She will report to Ami Mantika, Director of Customer Success EMEA / APAC & Technical Expertise Center. Responsibilities: · Develop, schedule, and conduct quality audit inspections and perform preventative maintenance, including maintenance plans and health checks. · Maintain up to date the helpdesk (Tickets, SLAs, Platforms), in sync with the customer tracking system when relevant, and ensure that data is accurate, and properly indexed promptly, with all the public/private information related to the support contracts and tickets. · Escalate the most impacting issues in securing compliance to standards and procedures appropriately in the Dalet organization: R&D, Product Management & Top Management, as needed on time. · Decide and implement corrective action plans, when necessary, as accountable for fulfilling the service level and resolving issues. · Interface between the customers and internal departments, Inc. Regional Support Centres, Technical Expertise Centres, Projects, R&D, and Product Management teams to ensure alignment with standards, procedures, and quality control activities. · Coordinate and lead weekly calls to review open incidents, technical issues, and feature requests, ensuring clear communication and resolution progress. Organize and facilitate customer calls, provide detailed status updates and reports as needed, and maintain daily reviews and proactive communication during crises to ensure all stakeholders are informed and aligned. To guarantee understanding and adherence to standards, processes, and quality control operations, educate and communicate with users and management. · Serve as the primary point of contact for customers under support contracts, handling contract management activities such as escalations and process issues. · Provide technical support leadership on the managed contracts. · Coordinate technical work on-site including troubleshooting, diagnosing, and testing, and perform on-site expertise missions during support or project phases. · Coach and mentor new support engineers, including supervision of junior engineers' progress and performance. · Deliver technical expertise to presales teams, in need of assistance for demos, architecture, licenses, options, etc. · Actively engage in the full issue resolution process by analysing, diagnosing, and addressing technical problems using the appropriate knowledge base, support tools, CRM, and instructions from Dalet. This includes handling installation, maintenance, repair, upgrades, configuration, and troubleshooting of desktops, software, hardware, printers, Internet, email, databases, operating systems, and security systems. · Provide support across all product platforms, including configuration, diagnosing and resolving software malfunctions, implementing corrective actions, installing fixes, and performing upgrades, all within established protocols, guidelines, and quality standards to ensure optimal system performance. · Conduct review and assessment of organizational system architecture, and provide detailed recommendations for current and future hardware and software strategies and directions. · Develop and implement support procedures and strategies for Dalet systems, networks, operating systems, and applications. Offer technical expertise and guidance to improve system infrastructure and processes. Diagnose and resolve complex system issues, ensuring optimal performance and customer satisfaction. · Developing, reviewing, and maintaining technical documentation. This includes creating detailed procedural, instructional, and operational guides and manuals to assist users and technical staff. · Produce technical reports and specifications, ensuring they are accurate, clear, and up-to-date. · Manage and maintain maintenance inventory systems, documenting all hardware and software assets, configurations, and changes to support effective asset management and troubleshooting. Key Qualifications: · Bachelor’s Degree in Computer Science, Computer Engineering, Electronics & Communications Engineering, information systems, or a related field · At least 7 years of experience in leadership and management of support operations in a multimedia software solutions company · Technical expertise and a wide-ranging understanding of hardware, software, operating and security systems · Must demonstrate effective verbal and written communication skills with the capacity to convey complex concepts to non-technical stakeholders · Proficient in cloud computing platforms like Amazon AWS Cloud, Google Cloud, Azure, Linux, Agile Methodology, and configuration Management such as Ansible and Terraform, along with a strong command of the Microsoft Office Suite and similar software · Strong track record in workflow, maintenance, installation, integration, monitoring, and troubleshooting. · Proficient in planning and designs (Pre-Sales), integrations and installations, monitoring, workflow Commissioning), maintenance, and troubleshooting (After Sales). · Competent in software applications used in media production, particularly in video and audio editing such as AVID Media Composer, AVID Newscutters, Adobe Premiere Pro, Protools, DEGIDESIGN Pro Tools, etc. · Knowledgeable in operating systems like Linux, Windows, and MacOS · Possess industry-recognized certifications in designing, implementing, and troubleshooting complex network infrastructures and IT systems such as CCNA, CCNP, CompTIA Network, or other relevant certifications · Proficient in tools used for managing media workflows and systems · Keen awareness of current business practices for managing media workflows and systems and a genuine interest in understanding organisational processes Skills Required: · Ability to adapt to new technologies, client requirements, and industry trends · Ability to work in a fast-paced, dynamic environment · Ability to work effectively within a team · Strong time management and prioritization skills · strong negotiation and conflict resolution skills • Thu, 30 MayAffinity Migration Group Pty Ltd
Senior Program Manager - Engagement & Operational Readiness » Australia - a Senior Program Manager to lead the engagement and operational readiness stream of the program, reporting to the Program... Director (Deputy Head of IT). You will lead and develop individuals and teams to achieve goals and deliver RBA outcomes... • Wed, 29 MayReserve Bank of Australia
Customer Success Manager, Mid Market » Sydney, NSW - At Deputy, we empower businesses to build thriving workplaces - ones where staff are engaged, customers are served... more than 320,000 workplaces. Deputy is a global SaaS workforce management company headquartered in Sydney, San Francisco... • Wed, 29 MayDeputy
Manager, Student Initiatives » New South Wales - (plus 17% superannuation) Bathurst, Port Macquarie or Wagga Wagga The Manager, Student Initiatives is responsible for the... closely with the Chief Operating Officer, Deputy Vice Chancellor (Academic) and leaders of divisions, faculties and schools... • Tue, 28 MayCharles Sturt University$107199 - 121340 per year
Senior Product Manager » Sydney, NSW - Manager who will be visible across the whole business and be able to make a significant impact on the success of Deputy. The...At Deputy, we empower businesses to build thriving workplaces - ones where staff are engaged, customers are served... • Tue, 28 MayDeputy
Deputy Managing Lawyer, Migration » Melbourne, VIC - with strong leadership skills to join our Migration Program as a Deputy Managing Lawyer. You will be primarily responsible for contributing... to providing day-to-day operational management, this role will see you work closely with Program Manager and Managing Lawyer... • Sat, 25 MayState Government of Victoria$111263 - 123624 per year
Executive Assistant and Office Manager » Sydney, Sydney Region - About the National Anti-Corruption Commission The NACC enhances integrity in the Commonwealth public sector by deterring, detecting, and preventing corrupt conduct involving Commonwealth public officials. It does this through education, monitoring, investigation, reporting and referral. Working with us This is an exciting time to join the NACC. We are looking for outstanding individuals to embed robust systems and processes, deliver exciting and diverse projects and demonstrate innovation and commitment to integrity in the public service. NACC staff work in a complex and dynamic setting where exceptional judgement and an ability to achieve results is critical. Successful candidates will have the ability to cooperate, manage, lead and perform successfully across corporate and operational functions. The key duties of the position include Working under general direction and in accordance with established procedures, the Executive Assistant and Office Manager will provide executive support services to the General Manager Operations and Deputy Commissioner. Key activities of this position include: coordinate and manage the day-to-day schedules and diaries of the General Manager and Deputy Commissioner and provide advice to a range of internal and external stakeholders to progress work outcomes on their behalf arrange and coordinate meetings, official functions, travel, and committees including secretariat support such as coordinating and collating papers and supporting documents for meetings manage incoming correspondence including emails, letters and briefs and prepare draft correspondence and other material, including assisting with the preparation of briefs and other documents establish and manage stakeholder relationships both internally and externally maintain information and records in accordance with agency policies and procedures work in partnership across business areas to assist with the management and operations of the agency. This will include supporting corporate services sections such as property, security, and ICT to coordinate and resolve matters such as facilitation of ICT equipment, and escorting duties maintain and apply sound knowledge of the National Anti-Corruption Commission's operating requirements, procedures and guidelines to support the General Manager and Deputy Commissioner research and respond to general enquiries and undertake other Branch administrative tasks as required. The NACC is a small agency. In addition to these activities, from time to time you may be asked to undertake tasks that are outside your usual span of duties but that are within the range of your capabilities. Supporting one another in this way provides opportunities for exposure across the agency and is an integral part of the NACC's positive workplace culture. • Sat, 25 MayAPS
Deputy Managing Lawyer, Migration » Melbourne CBD, Melbourne - 2x maximum term position up to 18 months Salary based on experience, range: $111,263 - $123,624 plus super Attractive employee benefits including salary packaging hybrid working About the role:We are on the lookout for an individual with strong leadership skills to join our Migration Program as a Deputy Managing Lawyer. You will be primarily responsible for contributing to the operational leadership of the team as well as supporting high quality legal services across the state. In addition to providing day-to-day operational management, this role will see you work closely with Program Manager and Managing Lawyer to provide day to day operational management, legal supervision, and mentoring of Migration lawyers. We have the following opportunities at Victoria Legal Aid: 1x full time role. 1x part time role (0.6FTE). This role is based at our Melbourne CBD office on Wurundjeri Country. About you:As our ideal candidate, you will possess: Demonstrated experience in people management with strong leadership capabilities. Experience working as a lawyer in complex matters, including Migration law matters by represent refugees and asylum seekers. A strong ability to provide strategic advice on legal and policy issues. Capacity to identify systemic issues and advocate for system changes to laws, policies and practices relating to economic and social rights. A current Australian practising certificate which entitles you to practise in Victoria as a government legal practitioner of a law practice (mandatory). Don't meet every requirement? At VLA, we understand that your work and life experiences can be just as valuable. If you're excited about this role but your CV doesn't align perfectly with our job description, we encourage you to apply anyway. You may be just the right candidate for this or one of our many other opportunities.About Victoria Legal Aid:We provide legal representation to those who need it most. With over 1000 staff employed in 15 offices across Victoria, we help people with their legal problems by providing information, advice and education with a focus on the prevention and early resolution of legal problems. Our clients come from all walks of life and so do we. We hire great people from a wide variety of backgrounds and foster a work culture that's inclusive as well as diverse. Your unique ideas and perspectives are valued so that we best represent the people we serve. Employee benefits: Focus on work-life balance including flexible working arrangements. Hybrid work from home & office model. Training and professional development opportunities. Excellent salary packaging options including General Expenses up to $15,900, Meals & Entertainment up to $2,650 and Novated Leasing. Opportunity to join Myki Commuter Club(and salary package the cost). Supportive team environment in modern offices (including free gym and end-of-trip facilities at our CBD office). How to apply:To be considered for this role, please submit a current resume and completed candidate application form (listed within the file attachments). If you require adjustment to the recruitment and selection process or need an alternative format to any of the application material, please don't hesitate to get in touch with our team. For further information review the attached position description or contact Chelsea Clark, Program Manager on (03) 9280 3751.No agency applications will be accepted. Applications close by 11.59pm on Monday 10 June 2024. Other relevant information:It is a requirement that staff attend for office-based days at their primary work location. In line with this requirement, interstate applications will be considered only where the candidate is able and willing to relocate to Victoria, unless part of a border community. VLA is committed to putting the safety and wellbeing of children first. • Sat, 25 MayVictorian Government
Plant & Equipment Underwriter » The Rocks, Sydney - Chubb celebrates diversity by fostering an inclusive, flexible and equitable workplace. We support applications from all members of our community and equitable access to our employment opportunities. We are open to discussing workplace flexibility in all our vacancies, to ensure we can attract the best candidates and accommodate individual needs, differences, disabilities and working arrangements. Please let us know if you require any adjustments to the recruitment process so we can support you to present your best self. Chubb is a world leader in insurance. With operations in 54 countries and territories, Chubb provides commercial and personal property and casualty insurance, personal accident and supplemental health insurance, reinsurance and life insurance to a diverse group of clients. As an underwriting company, we assess, assume and manage risk with insight and discipline. We service and pay our claims fairly and promptly. The company is also defined by its extensive product and service offerings, broad distribution capabilities, exceptional financial strength and local operations globally. Parent company Chubb Limited is listed on the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE: CB) and is a component of the S&P 500 index. Chubb maintains executive offices in Zurich, New York, London, Paris and other locations, and employs approximately 40,000 people worldwide. Additional information can be found at: www.chubb.com. Your Role The primary purpose of this role is to contribute to the achievement of department, branch and corporate goals relative to profit, growth, service producer and client relations. Your Responsibilities: Underwriting Underwriting authority for Mobile Plant & Equipment Evaluates and accepts or declines renewals, endorsements and new business. Evaluates and makes recommendation for acceptance or declination on risks which exceed authority. Support national team with prospecting and engage brokers for submission information on known pipeline new business opportunities. Assists Deputy Inland Marine Manager in providing input on underwriting results, profit analysis, market environment, competitor analysis and as required for ad hoc reports and projects. Responsible for underwriting results of assigned portfolio. Maintain awareness of claim activity with assigned book and communicate with stakeholders as needed. Contribute towards the continual development and improvement of the renewal process. Producer Relations Actively develop & manage producer relationships, dealing with queries and handling any issues arising Ensure stakeholders are aware of market & producers challenges People Development May have responsibility for assisting in underwriting training and producer relations. • Sat, 25 MayChubb
Deputy Project Manager » Canberra, ACT - to do so and managing smaller projects when assigned. This Deputy Project Manager is responsible for: Supporting Program... Advancement opportunities To find out more about us, visit our website: www.cea.com.au About the position The Deputy... • Thu, 23 MayCEA Technologies
Deputy Nurse Unit Manager - NICU » Parkville, VIC - Melbourne, VIC - , Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) nursing ward. You will work in partnership with the Nurse Unit Manager (NUM) and provide... will be Nurse Unit Manager Level 2, NM11 (FTE base salary $126,074 per annum, plus superannuation). Your skills and experience... • Wed, 22 MayThe Royal Children's Hospital Melbourne$126074 per year
Senior Occupational Therapist (508243) » Tasmania, Australia - Join a dynamic service with varied clinical and development opportunities. Work with supportive and connected care teams. Hobart offers a lifestyle unsurpassed anywhere else in Australia. The role: As a senior Occupational Therapist you will work within inter-disciplinary teams to deliver evidence based services across a variety of Surgical caseloads including Trauma, Vascular (including amputees), general surgery and orthopaedics. Our senior staff play a pivotal role in the surgical teams, working with the Clinical Lead to deliver high quality, responsive services while teaching and supervising early career occupational therapists in rotational positions. A new Allied Health Lead position also facilitates innovation and service development, making this the perfect opportunity to influence the future of allied health service delivery within Surgical Services. The Service: The Occupational Therapy Service includes over 90 team members consisting of occupational therapists and assistants, play specialists, diversional therapists, carpenter, and administration officers. We work across acute, sub-acute and community settings, including the Royal Hobart Hospital, the largest teaching Hospital in Tasmania. Here, you are encouraged to be your authentic self, to pursue your passions, and to bring your clinical and world knowledge to the table to contribute to making our team one that punches above its weight with progressive and impactful care. We are small enough in Tasmania for you to shape and influence your work and make a real impact every day. Yet we are big enough for you to feel part of something important, somewhere you can belong and be surrounded by diversity, innovation, and friendships. We’ll look after you from the very beginning, ensure you are fully inducted and welcomed into our team and into our culture. We’ll tell you where to go for dinner, and on your days off. And we’ll invest in your growth, with time, resources, and expert colleagues available to help foster your development. What’s different about Tasmania is our culture and our lifestyle. Here you’ll be spoilt for choice when it comes to breath-taking coastlines, National Parks or award-winning restaurants or bars – all right on your doorstep. Occupational Therapist -Tasmanian Health Service - YouTube Details of Appointment: Permanent, full time, part time, day worker positions working up to 76 hours per fortnight, commencing as soon as possible. notwithstanding hours to be negotiated with the successful applicant Applicants should note that, for a period of twelve months from the date of publication, this selection process may be used to fill subsequent or similar full time and part time vacancies. Salary: $106,966 to $123,013 pro-rata, per annum. Our Employer 11% superannuation contribution is on top of this amount. You’ll have access to salary package a range of benefits including living expenses up to $9,010 $2,650 in meal entertainment each FBT year other benefits if eligible. In addition, the following allowances calculated on the salaried incremental point may be available: Professional Development Allowance of up to $1000 per annum Relocation assistance, up to $5,000 Please note that access to salaries beyond $115,573 is subject to qualifications and/or application to the personal upgrade scheme Salary range is in accordance with Allied Health Professionals Public Sector Unions Wages Agreement Eligibility: Successful applicants will be required to meet the essential criteria: Tertiary qualification/program of study approved by the Occupational Board of Australia Registered with the Occupational Therapy Board of Australia The Head of the State Service has determined that the person nominated for this job is to satisfy a pre‑employment check before taking up the appointment, on promotion or transfer. The following checks are to be conducted: Conviction checks in the following areas: crimes of violence sex related offences serious drug offences crimes involving dishonesty serious traffic offences Identification check Disciplinary action in previous employment check. Download the Statement of Duties and any Associated Documents We encourage you to review the Applicant Guide, Statement of Duties, prior to applying for an overview of the duties, program, selection process and selection criteria. Statement of Duties 508243 Senior Occupational Therapist HP03 (July 2023).pdf 508243 Senior Occupational Therapist HP03 (July 2023).docx Applicant Guide Department of Health - Applicant Guide June 22.pdf Department of Health - Applicant Guide June 22.docx How to Apply Apply Online. Please click the "Apply" button on this screen. This ensures important questions about you are answered. You will be prompted to complete a 1-2 page application detailing your experience, skills and knowledge as they relate to the attached Statement of Duties. Please note: We do not require a separate statement addressing the selection criteria in the Statement of Duties. All attachments must be in Microsoft Word or PDF format. Referee details are submitted as part of the online application so make sure you have the contact details of two referees before applying. For more information (Contact Officer) August Wilson Position: Acting Deputy Manager Occupational Therapy - Rehabilitation Phone: 0400 631 400 E-mail: august.wilsonths.tas.gov.au Important information The email account you provide when submitting job applications will be used in correspondence to you. It is important that this is kept up to date and monitored regularly. To update your email address (or contact number), log in to www.jobs.tas.gov.au and look for “Existing applicant login” where you can update your details The Department of Health values workforce diversity and recognises the value each person offers which is shaped by their unique characteristics, background, experiences, knowledge, skills, values and perspectives. • Tue, 21 MayTasmanian Government Jobs
Senior Occupational Therapist (508243) » Tasmania, Australia - Highly sought-after position working with a dedicated Stroke team. Focus on professional development. Hobart offers a lifestyle unsurpassed anywhere else in Australia. The role: An exciting opportunity exists for an occupational therapist with a special interest in acute stroke and neurology services. We are seeking a keen Senior Occupational Therapist who will have responsibility for the provision of a service to the stroke unit and acute neurology patients. The stroke team is a collaborative and supportive multidisciplinary team, that strive for high standards of acute stroke care, with OT being a highly valued team member. Responsibilities include support and supervision of a rotational therapist, delivering responsive services, quality improvement and providing support and education to champion stroke care in the OT service. This recruitment process may be used to fill future vacancies within the Rehabilitation Team. Please make contact to find out about other possible opportunities. The Service: The Occupational Therapy Service includes over 90 team members consisting of occupational therapists and assistants, play specialists, diversional therapists, carpenter, and administration officers. We work across acute, sub-acute and community settings, including the Royal Hobart Hospital, the largest teaching Hospital in Tasmania. Here, you are encouraged to be your authentic self, to pursue your passions, and to bring your clinical and world knowledge to the table to contribute to making our team one that punches above its weight with progressive and impactful care. We are small enough in Tasmania for you to shape and influence your work and make a real impact every day. Yet we are big enough for you to feel part of something important, somewhere you can belong and be surrounded by diversity, innovation, and friendships. We’ll look after you from the very beginning, ensure you are fully inducted and welcomed into our team and into our culture. We’ll tell you where to go for dinner, and on your days off. And we’ll invest in your growth, with time, resources, and expert colleagues available to help foster your development. What’s different about Tasmania is our culture and our lifestyle. Here you’ll be spoilt for choice when it comes to breath-taking coastlines, National Parks or award-winning restaurants or bars – all right on your doorstep. Occupational Therapist -Tasmanian Health Service - YouTube Details of Appointment: Permanent, full time, part time, day worker positions working up to 76 hours per fortnight, commencing as soon as possible. notwithstanding hours to be negotiated with the successful applicant Applicants should note that, for a period of twelve months from the date of publication, this selection process may be used to fill subsequent or similar full time and part time vacancies. Salary: $106,966 to $123,013 pro-rata, per annum. Our Employer 11% superannuation contribution is on top of this amount. You’ll have access to salary package a range of benefits including living expenses up to $9,010 $2,650 in meal entertainment each FBT year other benefits if eligible. In addition, the following allowances calculated on the salaried incremental point may be available: Professional Development Allowance of up to $1000 per annum Relocation assistance, up to $5,000 Please note that access to salaries beyond $115,573 is subject to qualifications and/or application to the personal upgrade scheme Salary range is in accordance with Allied Health Professionals Public Sector Unions Wages Agreement Eligibility: Successful applicants will be required to meet the essential criteria: Tertiary qualification/program of study approved by the Occupational Board of Australia Registered with the Occupational Therapy Board of Australia The Head of the State Service has determined that the person nominated for this job is to satisfy a pre‑employment check before taking up the appointment, on promotion or transfer. The following checks are to be conducted: Conviction checks in the following areas: crimes of violence sex related offences serious drug offences crimes involving dishonesty serious traffic offences Identification check Disciplinary action in previous employment check. Download the Statement of Duties and any Associated Documents We encourage you to review the Applicant Guide, Statement of Duties, prior to applying for an overview of the duties, program, selection process and selection criteria. Statement of Duties Senior Occupational Therapist HP03 (July 2023) CSU.pdf 508243 Senior Occupational Therapist HP03 (July 2023).docx Applicant Guide Department of Health - Applicant Guide June 22.pdf Department of Health - Applicant Guide June 22.docx How to Apply Apply Online. Please click the "Apply" button on this screen. This ensures important questions about you are answered. You will be prompted to complete a 1-2 page application detailing your experience, skills and knowledge as they relate to the attached Statement of Duties. Please note: We do not require a separate statement addressing the selection criteria in the Statement of Duties. All attachments must be in Microsoft Word or PDF format. Referee details are submitted as part of the online application so make sure you have the contact details of two referees before applying. For more information (Contact Officer) August Wilson Position: Acting Deputy Manager Occupational Therapy - Rehabilitation Phone: 0400 631 400 E-mail: august.wilsonths.tas.gov.au Important information The email account you provide when submitting job applications will be used in correspondence to you. It is important that this is kept up to date and monitored regularly. To update your email address (or contact number), log in to www.jobs.tas.gov.au and look for “Existing applicant login” where you can update your details The Department of Health values workforce diversity and recognises the value each person offers which is shaped by their unique characteristics, background, experiences, knowledge, skills, values and perspectives. • Tue, 21 MayTasmanian Government Jobs
Greeter - Van Cleef & Arpels, Chadstone » Melbourne CBD, Melbourne - Are you a good match? We are looking for a Greeter to support our Boutique team to welcome and walk client's through the Boutique and share knowledge on the Maison. You will be responsible for delivering high levels of customer service and engagement to each client with respect to Van Cleef & Arpels' spirit and heritage. What are we expecting from you? Reporting into the Deputy Boutique Manager, you will start the enchanting moment for the client experiences, assist with refreshments during the client presentation and provide data capture for prospect clients. Do you have a previous experience in high touch customer service? Have you worked successfully in a sales, luxury or hospitality environment? Do you have strong communication and organization skills? Are you interested in learning about and sharing our Maison's rich heritage? Are you agile, curious and reactive? Do you enjoy working in a fast moving and challenging environment? Do you look for solutions to ensure the client gets the best possible experience in store? If so, apply for this job More than a role…. We recruit for a career If you are interested in joining the influential growth of the Maison with care, no compromise, and the drive to succeed then do not hesitate to enter the creative universe of Van Cleef & Arpels. By joining the Maison, you will be part of a nurturing team focused on delivering excellence and development. The recruitment process Send your application online. If your profile matches our search, you will be contacted by our HR team for an interview. Along the recruitment process you will meet the Talent Partner, the Deputy Boutique Manager, the Boutique Manager and the Retail Director/HR Manager. Otherwise, you will receive an email to inform you that your application has not been successful. • Tue, 21 MayRichemont
Deputy ILS Manager » Largs North, Port Adelaide Area - The role As part of our Naval Combat Systems group, the Deputy ILS Manager will be responsible for supporting the ILS Manager in the maintenance and growth of the ILS capability within Naval Combat Systems (NCS) for Combat Management System (CMS) product development and Combat System Integration (CSI) projects and their follow-on sustainment. It is expected that once the successful applicant has demonstrated competence within the advertised role, the applicant would then be considered to take full responsibility as the NCS ILS Manager. Further, the successful candidate will: Undertake resource management for the ILS team(s). Provide mentoring and supervision to the Logistics Engineering team. Provide leadership to allocated ILS practitioners. Participate in personnel performance evaluations and feedback for assigned personnel Support the development of support system specifications, design and implementation plans. Provide logistics engineering input into contract/subcontract scoping and negotiations, project planning, system design and implementation and out-sourced developmental engineering efforts. As required, provide input into life cycle cost analysis for combat system acquisition and sustainment scope. Flexible work arrangements such as hybrid work from home / office will be considered for this role. About you Your skills and experience will include: Experience in Defence industry and its logistics practices and standards. Experience in the application of relevant logistics MIL-STDs. Experience in LSA and R&M analysis tools. Experience in leading teams. Sound understanding of the system development and the inter-relation between the various ILS elements. An understanding of the application of System Engineering and its relationship to ILS. Comprehensive understanding of configuration management. As Defence security clearance is required for this role, applicants will be required to hold an Australian Defence Security Clearance to NV1 level or have the ability to gain one. About us Saab Australia is a defence, security and cyber solutions provider, specialising in the development and integration of major defence and security systems. For over 30 years in Australia, we have built a reputation for delivering complex systems integration projects that provide proven and advanced capabilities to keep us ahead of today's challenges. From combat, communications, security and underwater systems, to mixed reality, cyber security and deployable health solutions, our extensive portfolio of products and services provide high-technology solutions for defence forces and civil industries across the globe. Apply today to join our crew and deliver solutions with purpose Culture and benefits We employ over 1000 Australians and are committed to fostering a culture of excellence and enriching the employee experience. By joining Saab, you'll be a part of a collaborative and supportive organisation, where your professional growth and work-life balance are emphasised. You'll work within an innovative and vibrant workplace, while having the opportunity to develop a long-term, fulfilling career. As a valued team member of Saab Australia, you'll access a variety of perks and benefits to support you and your family including: 6 weeks paid leave each year 13% Superannuation Free Income Protection Insurance Flexible working options Access to the Saab shares matching scheme Access to MySaab; our online store offering everything from cash back at hundreds of stores to discounts from exclusive partners For further information about a career at Saab, visit the page adjacent: https://www.saab.com/markets/australia/careers/saab-life Applications Click 'Apply' to submit your CV and cover letter in support of your application. You may contact our careers team at careers.mailboxau.saabgroup.com for a copy of the full position description. Kindly observe that this is an ongoing recruitment process and in exceptional circumstances, the position might be filled before the closing date of the advertisement. We encourage applications as early as possible to avoid disappointment. By submitting an application to Saab, you consent to undertaking workforce screening activities including, but not limited to: reference checks, Australian Federal Police check, verification of working rights and qualifications, sanctions screening and a pre-employment medical declaration. Saab Australia is an Equal Opportunity Employer and encourages Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders to apply. We also welcome applications from individuals with culturally diverse backgrounds. Saab Australia is a proud supporter of the Veterans' Employment Program and welcomes the interest of ex-service members, veterans and their families. • Tue, 21 MaySaab Group
Client Services Associate - Cartier Sydney » The Rocks, Sydney - Be a part of our Team We are looking for an experienced Client Services Administrator to join us in our Sydney Flagship Boutique on a Full-Time basis. If you have a passion for exceptional customer services and enjoy working in a dynamic and inclusive team, we welcome you to apply now HOW WILL YOU MAKE AN IMPACT? With your ability to develop and drive stock accuracy and integrity whilst maintaining an exceptional client experience at all times you will be instrumental in: Providing a unique and exceptional after sales support through handling and responding to all client requests in a timely manner, Management of repair orders and client information, Monitoring of stock and inventory, Maintinaing the compliance to Client Service standards of the Maison, Working closely with Sales Associates and other various stakeholders. HOW WILL YOU EXPERIENCE SUCCESS WITH US? We believe in shared success and understanding that with your actions you elevate your team and Maison. To contribute to team success, you will have: 2 years previous experience in retail, hospitality or service related roles Excellent verbal and written communication skills A strong work ethic and a passion to deliver excellence in customer service Well organized with a high level of accuracy Well-developed problem solving skills with the ability to follow through and provide solutions Proven ability to manage and diffuse difficult situations Strong command of IT systems, SAP Knowledge HOW DO WE KEEP YOU SMILING: A great opportunity to be a part of a dynamic and diverse team. This role will help build your knowledge and experience in all aspects of Customer Service. Finally, a plethora of opportunities within Cartier and the Richemont Group to help you develop and take your career to the next level. YOUR JOURNEY WITH US: After being shortlisted, you will receive a video call from our Talent Acquition Partner to discuss the role and for us to get to know you. If you are successful through the phone interview, you will be invited to attend an interview with our Deputy Boutique Managers and Boutique Director to assess your fit for the role. In return, we will also share insights on our team dynamics and our company culture. Finally, you will then have the opportunity to meet our HR Business Partner and Retail Area Manager who can share our overall vision and plans for the future. Learn more about life at Cartier • Mon, 20 MayRichemont
Deputy Manager Forensic Biology » Brisbane CBD, Brisbane - Job details Position status Permanent Position type Flexible full-time Occupational group Health - Science/Technical Classification HP6 Workplace Location Brisbane - South Job ad reference QLD/FSQ565239 Closing date 12-Jun-2024 Yearly salary Fortnightly salary Total remuneration Salary Other Job duration Permanent Contact person Natasha Mitchell Contact details Natasha.Mitchell2health.qld.gov.au Access the National Relay Service The role This role contributes to the effective leadership of Forensic Biology to ensure provision of comprehensive, cost effective, compliant and quality forensic services that support the Queensland justice system. The role provides authoritative advice and expertise and implements strategic and operational planning, monitoring, evaluating, and reporting systems. This is a key role that will empower staff, foster workforce capability and support a positive culture that promotes excellence and quality. You will be: Leading 3 - 4 direct reports and operationally managing a large team in delivery of forensic services within the Unit Contributing to strategic planning and management Applying forensic biology expertise to solve large-scale and complex scientific service or work-flow problems Ensuring the Unit meets all relevant legislative, administrative, and professional standards to exceed NATA/ISO accreditation/certification requirements Collaborating with key stakeholders to ensure the team is strategically integrated with FSQ to achieve service delivery goals Building a supportive, collaborative, cooperative and accountable work culture Ensuring resources are managed effectively in accordance with approved business and strategic plans. The successful person will have: A Bachelor degree or higher in medical science, forensic science, applied science or a relevant field from a recognised tertiary institution Demonstrated experience in leadership and management of employees in a forensic scientific environment Proven expertise conducting and self-managing forensic casework including those of a more complex nature Proven ability to monitor client and stakeholder satisfaction to ensure positive outcomes Proven experience in forensic scientific and laboratory practice and experience in implementing and reviewing policies and procedures Proven ability implementing contemporary and innovative scientific processes, procedures and concepts and encouraging their application Substantial knowledge of contemporary forensic sciences professional standards including NATA's forensic accreditation requirements Personal resilience and coping strategies to sustain working in confronting and challenging circumstances About us Located at Coopers Plains, Brisbane, FSQ operates specialised Forensic Biology, Forensic Chemistry and Forensic Operations functions that provides forensic services and expert advice to the Queensland Police Service (QPS) and the Coroner's Court of Queensland. Our work at FSQ involves exposure to material related to deaths and criminal offences that may be confronting, due to its graphic and personal nature. Sensitive and professional management of exhibits and information is a critical requirement of this role. The successful candidate will have personal qualities that include well developed resilience, tact and effective strategies for managing themselves and their ability to support colleagues in situations that may be distressing and stressful. Please note that proposed legislative and structural changes may result in Forensic Science Queensland being moved to another agency within Queensland Public Sector. Benefits A fast-paced, challenging and supportive environment Competitive salary generous superannuation and leave loading Flexible working arrangements Diverse work culture Career training and development To apply for this exciting opportunity, please submit your resume and a brief cover letter outlining your skills and interest in this role. Further information We are committed to building inclusive cultures in the Queensland public sector that respect and promote human rights and diversity. Applications will remain current for a period of up to 12 months and may be considered for other vacancies which may include an alternative employment basis (temporary; full time or part time). Documents Before applying for this vacancy please ensure you read the documents below. FSQ565239 Deputy Manager Forensic Biology RD (PDF, 236KB) Role Description QH-CSD-226-HR-Information for applicants (PDF, 921KB) Information Package for Applicants • Sun, 19 MayQueensland Government
Director Engineering » Largs North, Port Adelaide Area - The role As a result of recent growth and transformation of our Naval Combat Systems (NCS) business unit, a rare opportunity has arisen to join our team in this newly created leadership position. As the Director of Engineering, you will play a critical role in shaping the future technical direction of our Naval Combat Systems business, developing our capability, process, tools and people to enable delivery excellence and growth. You will be passionate about mentoring talent and driving continuous improvement in engineering and technical capability. As a highly experienced technical leader, you will have proven experience overseeing engineering governance and assurance, preferably within the C5ISR domain. You will be a natural collaborator, actively engaging with the business to assess technical capability, identify gaps, and drive activities to improve delivery and technical quality. Reporting to the Deputy General Manager Systems Delivery, you will: Develop, implement and maintain a robust engineering process framework and methods to ensure technical quality, consistency, and compliance with industry standards Establish and enforce technical quality standards for system delivery throughout the NCS Systems Delivery business unit Lead the design and optimization of engineering processes to enhance productivity and align with industry best practices Mentor and guide the NCS Systems Delivery engineering community on the application of the engineering process and prescribed ways of working Provide technical guidance and offer insights on process implications and recommend solutions to address challenges. Flexible work arrangements such as hybrid work from home / office, 9 day fortnight and part time will be considered for this role. About you With people at the heart of our business, we are looking for an inspiring leader who can motivate and educate, work well with others, quickly build rapport and develop trusted relationships. The successful candidate for this opportunity will have: Extensive experience providing technical direction for large complex engineering business or programs Extensive experience in the C5ISR domain (desirable) Exceptional stakeholder management and negotiation skills, with the ability to quickly build rapport, develop trusted relationships and find win-win solutions with customers and the business Demonstrated experience maturing systems and frameworks and building technical capability Significant experience driving business improvement, efficiency and scalability activities which directly impact performance, quality and delivery excellence Well-developed commercial acumen, with sound understanding of software and systems engineering in a defence environment. As defence security clearance is required for this role, applicants will be required to hold an Australian Defence Security Clearance to NV1 level or have the ability to gain one. About us Saab Australia is a defence technology, security and cyber solutions provider, specialising in the development and integration of major defence and security systems. For 35 years in Australia, we have built a reputation for delivering complex systems integration projects that provide proven and advanced capabilities to keep us ahead of today's challenges. From combat, communications, security and underwater systems, to mixed reality, cyber security and deployable health solutions, our extensive portfolio of products and services provide high-technology solutions for defence forces and civil industries across the globe. Apply today to join our crew and deliver solutions with purpose Culture and benefits We employ over 1,000 Australians and are committed to fostering a culture of excellence and enriching the employee experience. By joining Saab, you'll be a part of a collaborative and supportive organisation, where your professional growth and work-life balance are emphasised. You'll work within an innovative and vibrant workplace, while having the opportunity to develop a long-term, fulfilling career. As a valued team member of Saab Australia, you'll access a variety of perks and benefits to support you and your family including: 6 weeks paid leave each year 13% Superannuation Free Income Protection Insurance Flexible working options Access to the Saab shares matching scheme Access to MySaab; our online store offering everything from cash back at hundreds of stores to discounts from exclusive partners For further information about a career at Saab, visit the page adjacent: https://www.saab.com/markets/australia/careers/saab-life Applications Click 'Apply' to submit your CV and cover letter in support of your application. You may contact our careers team at careers.mailboxau.saabgroup.com for a copy of the full position description. Kindly observe that this is an ongoing recruitment process and in exceptional circumstances, the position might be filled before the closing date of the advertisement. We encourage applications as early as possible to avoid disappointment. By submitting an application to Saab, you consent to undertaking workforce screening activities including, but not limited to: reference checks, Australian Federal Police check, verification of working rights and qualifications, sanctions screening and a pre-employment medical declaration. Saab Australia is an Equal Opportunity Employer and encourages Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders to apply. We also welcome applications from individuals with culturally diverse backgrounds. Saab Australia is a proud supporter of the Veterans' Employment Program and welcomes the interest of ex-service members, veterans and their families. • Sun, 19 MaySaab Group
LSKD Miranda Deputy Coach (Retail Store Assistant Manager) » Yowie Bay, Sutherland Area - Join us at our LSKD Miranda store as our Deputy Coach (Retail Store Assistant Manager) and inspire our community to be 1% better everyday. Our Story LSKD is an Australian-owned and operated brand that prides itself in producing high-quality functional sportswear with a street aesthetic. Ever since our formation in 2007, we’ve never been content settling for the norm; we’re constantly evolving and challenging the status quo. We strongly value the community we’ve created that live their daily lives within our 3 pillars of sport, fitness and adventure. Job Summary Our Miranda Store is on the lookout for a strong leader to be our Deputy Coach (Store Assistant Manager). This role is a key support to the Head Coach (Store Manager) in creating the best experience for our LSKD community. Leading with our values, this role will be hands on developing the store team and culture, driving key strategic results and ensuring profitable growth of their store in day-to-day management. This role is a dynamic opportunity to be involved in both the retail and fitness space. You will work alongside the Head Coach to bring to life events localised to your store as well as managing the business. We get out and train together with the team each week to connect with our local Chermside community so if you live and breathe fitness, this is for you Create a Community Deliver an exceptional community experience Be a brand ambassador and storyteller for our brand history and values Support the build and roll out of a strategic and fun quarterly community plan that drives community growth and brand advocacy Organize and facilitate in-store events to add value to the community and drive in store visitation Lead events at local gyms and studios to support local businesses and grow local community awareness Build relationships with local values aligned partners Galvanise the team around building relationships in the community Develop a Team of Leaders Ensure your team has the right product knowledge to educate our community on the product range Identify team learning opportunities and deliver live coaching Support onboarding of new team members through on floor induction, provides ongoing support, feedback and development to those starting their LSKD journey Creates an inclusive and supportive environment that celebrates differences Recruit and build a world class team that embraces and shares our values Develop your team through identifying the capabilities and potential that align to the right growth opportunities Ensure timely feedback, both positive and constructive, to elevate our team to be 1% better everyday Create an inclusive and supportive environment that celebrates differences Celebrate and recognise the team's growth and successes Operational Excellence: Create daily game plan to inspire and engage your team to drive for results Complete stock and VM maintenance tasks including adjustments, pull backs and stocktakes in a timely manner Ensures faulty product, returns and pullbacks are completed accurately and efficiently Responsible for back of house organisation, tidiness and ensuring all inventory has an intentional home Complete open and close duties with accuracy and ensure others do the same Ensure the store is clean, tidy, priced and full A product expert across our entire range of fabrics, fits and styles Is a product expert across our entire range of fabrics, fits and styles Ensure your team has the product knowledge to educate our community on the core and current product ranges, relevant for their needs Financial Smarts: Review and understand store KPIs on a daily and weekly basis and continue to drive performance improvement everyday Core business knowledge, you are able to understand and action business information Monitor daily sales results and implement key actions for improvement Continuously aim to drive AOV, UPT and Conversion to meet our benchmarks and beyond Deliver weekly reflections and recaps on business performance, strengths and opportunities. Create tangible actions to be 1% better everyday Educate and engage your team on the financial performance of the store and get their support on achieving the stores financial targets and KPIs What We Look For The Ideal Team Player: You are Hungry, Humble and Smart A Leader: Loves to lead, influence, and inspire others; motivates, empowers, develops A quick decision-maker that uses all information and resources available Adaptable: Thrives in uncertainty and in a fast-paced environment Resilience: Remains persistent, positive and above the line; recovers quickly from setbacks Core business knowledge: Is able to quickly understand and address business information (e.g.budgets, sales forecasts and retail strategy) Does This sound like you? - Apply Now So what do you need to get the gig? Turn this application upside down: blow it out of the water and show us why you want to be part of the fastest growing brand • Sat, 18 MayLSKD
LSKD Miranda Deputy Coach (Retail Store Assistant Manager) » Australia - . Job Summary Our Miranda Store is on the lookout for a strong leader to be our Deputy Coach (Store Assistant Manager). This role... and job role development $60-65k Salary depending on experience Join us at our LSKD Miranda store as our Deputy Coach (Retail... • Fri, 17 MayLSKD$60000 - 65000 per year
Deputy Director of Medical Services » Brisbane CBD, Brisbane - A new opportunity exists to join Ramsay Health Care in the new role of Deputy Director of Medical Services at Greenslopes Private Hospital. The Deputy Director of Medical Services will join a dedicated team within the Medical Services Unit and report to the Executive Director of Medical Service. About the Role The Deputy Director of Medical Services (DDMS) will take on the portfolios of medical workforce and will oversee and manage recruitment, on-boarding and supervision of Junior Medical Workforce in collaboration with the Medical Services Manager. The Deputy Director of Medical Services will: Manage college accreditation for all training posts and support the secondment or employment needs of medical officers fulfilling training obligations. Support the development and growth of a pre-vocational medical officer education curriculum in collaboration with a Medical Education Officer. Take an active role in the mentoring and career development of the Junior Medical Officer workforce in collaboration with the Director of Clinical Training and the Director of Physician Education. Act as a key hospital representative to the Medical Education Committee and will support other hospital governance by providing medical advocacy through representation on key organisational committees. About You You will be an experienced medical doctor with active registration and have displayed a commitment to developing skills in medical leadership and administration through prior work experience and higher learning. You are an enthusiastic and passionate clinician who will support the employed medical workforce through management and advocacy. You are a clear communicator with experience in delivering and developing medical education programs. You will have an understanding of various college accreditation requirements including the Australian Medical Council framework for pre-vocational medical doctors. Key Criteria: Medical Degree (MBBS, MD or equivalent) Specialist AHPRA registration (active or eligible) Relevant college membership Previous experience in a comparable role Desirable Criteria: FRACMA or associate FRACMA Tertiary management qualifications (or working towards)' The Hospital Greenslopes Private Hospital is a 700 bed tertiary facility located just south of Brisbane city fulfilling over 44,000 surgical operations and 100,000 patient episodes a year. Greenslopes Private Hospital is the largest private teaching hospital in Australia with over 100 employed Junior Medical Officers filling roles from Internship through to Emergency, Critical Care, Medical, Psychiatric and Surgical specialty training. Greenslopes offers a full suite of specialty services including Emergency Department, 29 CCU beds, 18 ICU beds, 36 Operating Theatre spaces, 5 birth suites, 10 neonatal special care cots and a 31 bed DVA psychiatric facility. Greenslopes Private Hospital has a relationship with the University of Queensland and hosts an on-site Clinical School to support medical student placement. A high fidelity simulation lab is managed by the Medical Services Unit and provides an exciting and valuable learning environment for clinical training. Greenslopes Private Hospital benefits from the dedicated input of thousands of employees every day who support patients through delivering exceptional care in line with the values of the organisation and The Ramsay Way which is that of 'people caring for people'. Organisation Values: We value strong relationships We aim to constantly improve We seek to grow sustainably What's in it for you? Professional Advancement: Recognition, Rewards, Professional Development, and Employee referral programs. Free access to LinkedIn Learning, education scholarships and the Ramsay Leadership Academy to support career progression. Discounts: Ramsay Rewards - Access great deals at over 100 major retailers. Hospital, Allied Health & Pharmacy discounts - you'll pay less for hospital cover and receive higher extras limits for things like General and Major Dental. Health and Wellbeing: Flexible work opportunities with the ability to have a say in your roster, Flexible Leave Program, and a free Employee Assistance Program offering access to confidential counselling, coaching and support 24/7. Leisure/Social/Financial: Discounts for leisure travel with selected Hotels, salary sacrifice opportunities e.g., airport lounge membership, self-education expenses, novated leasing and more. Please note casual employees may not be eligible for all benefits. Requirements Must provide a National Police check conducted within the previous 12 months According to the role, Ramsay may require a Working-With-Children check and proof of immunisation against infectious diseases, which may include Covid-19. To Apply All applications must be lodged online. Applications made by recruitment agencies will not be considered. For enquiries, please contact Emma Carlson, Executive Assistant to the Director of Medical Services E: carlsoneramsayhealth.com.au Applications Close: Monday 10th June 2024 Ramsay Health Care is committed to Child Safety. Details of our commitment are set out in our Code of Conduct, available at www.ramsayhealth.com • Fri, 17 MayRamsay Health Care Ltd.
Partnerships Manager » Melbourne, VIC - At Deputy, we empower businesses to build thriving workplaces - ones where staff are engaged, customers are served... more than 320,000 workplaces. Deputy is a global SaaS workforce management company headquartered in Sydney, San Francisco... • Thu, 16 MayDeputy
Deputy Centre Manager - Bimberi Youth Justice Centre Full-time Permanent » Australian Capital Territory, Australia - Bimberi Youth Justice Centre (Bimberi) is seeking a highly motivated individual with strong leadership, advocacy, and communication skills to join the team as Deputy Centre Manager. The Deputy Centre Manager position is a key youth justice leadership role and works as part of the senior management team of Bimberi to deliver high quality outcomes for young people in detention. The position assists the Centre Manager with the day-to-day management of the centre and reports directly to the Centre Manager. The occupant of the position monitors, directs and leads the implementation of high-quality governance frameworks, contract management and operational matters including safety and security processes. The position deputises for the Centre Manager as required and will contribute to implementation of strategies and methodologies to improve the effectiveness of Bimberi Youth Justice Centre, in compliance with government legislation and Directorate policies and procedures. The role is focussed on delivering the best possible outcomes for young people through responsive client service underpinned by trauma informed best practice. The occupant of this position will work closely with stakeholders to foster innovation and promote continuous improvement, adapting to change and prioritising effectively in a dynamic environment. This position does involve direct supervision of staff and is based at Bimberi. Eligibility/Other Requirements: Essential: This position does require a Working with Vulnerable People Check. This position does require a First Aid Certificate. Highly desirable: Driver’s license. Experience in a detention environment is highly desirable. Relevant tertiary qualifications in management, welfare, social/behavioural science, or risk management are desirable. Notes: An order of merit will be established from this selection process and may be used to fill future identical vacancies over the next 12 months. How to Apply: Your application should be no more than three pages outlining your strengths against the selection criteria, details of two referees and a current curriculum vitae. Applications should be submitted via the Apply Now Button Below. • Thu, 16 MayACT Government
Deputy Manager Forensic Biology » Brisbane, Brisbane Region - The role This role contributes to the effective leadership of Forensic Biology to ensure provision of comprehensive, cost effective, compliant and quality forensic services that support the Queensland justice system. The role provides authoritative advice and expertise and implements strategic and operational planning, monitoring, evaluating, and reporting systems. This is a key role that will empower staff, foster workforce capability and support a positive culture that promotes excellence and quality. You will be: Leading 3 - 4 direct reports and operationally managing a large team in delivery of forensic services within the Unit Contributing to strategic planning and management Applying forensic biology expertise to solve large-scale and complex scientific service or work-flow problems Ensuring the Unit meets all relevant legislative, administrative, and professional standards to exceed NATA/ISO accreditation/certification requirements Collaborating with key stakeholders to ensure the team is strategically integrated with FSQ to achieve service delivery goals Building a supportive, collaborative, cooperative and accountable work culture Ensuring resources are managed effectively in accordance with approved business and strategic plans. The successful person will have: A Bachelor degree or higher in medical science, forensic science, applied science or a relevant field from a recognised tertiary institution Demonstrated experience in leadership and management of employees in a forensic scientific environment Proven expertise conducting and self-managing forensic casework including those of a more complex nature Proven ability to monitor client and stakeholder satisfaction to ensure positive outcomes Proven experience in forensic scientific and laboratory practice and experience in implementing and reviewing policies and procedures Proven ability implementing contemporary and innovative scientific processes, procedures and concepts and encouraging their application Substantial knowledge of contemporary forensic sciences professional standards including NATA's forensic accreditation requirements Personal resilience and coping strategies to sustain working in confronting and challenging circumstances About us Located at Coopers Plains, Brisbane, FSQ operates specialised Forensic Biology, Forensic Chemistry and Forensic Operations functions that provides forensic services and expert advice to the Queensland Police Service (QPS) and the Coroner's Court of Queensland. Our work at FSQ involves exposure to material related to deaths and criminal offences that may be confronting, due to its graphic and personal nature. Sensitive and professional management of exhibits and information is a critical requirement of this role. The successful candidate will have personal qualities that include well developed resilience, tact and effective strategies for managing themselves and their ability to support colleagues in situations that may be distressing and stressful. Please note that proposed legislative and structural changes may result in Forensic Science Queensland being moved to another agency within Queensland Public Sector. Benefits A fast-paced, challenging and supportive environment Competitive salary generous superannuation and leave loading Flexible working arrangements Diverse work culture Career training and development To apply for this exciting opportunity, please submit your resume and a brief cover letter outlining your skills and interest in this role. • Thu, 16 MayQueensland Government
Deputy Director of Medical Services » Australia - A new opportunity exists to join Ramsay Health Care in the new role of Deputy Director of Medical Services at Greenslopes Private Hospital. The Deputy Director of Medical Services will join a dedicated team within the Medical Services Unit and report to the Executive Director of Medical Service. About the Role The Deputy Director of Medical Services (DDMS) will take on the portfolios of medical workforce and will oversee and manage recruitment, on-boarding and supervision of Junior Medical Workforce in collaboration with the Medical Services Manager. The Deputy Director of Medical Services will: Manage college accreditation for all training posts and support the secondment or employment needs of medical officers fulfilling training obligations. Support the development and growth of a pre-vocational medical officer education curriculum in collaboration with a Medical Education Officer. Take an active role in the mentoring and career development of the Junior Medical Officer workforce in collaboration with the Director of Clinical Training and the Director of Physician Education. Act as a key hospital representative to the Medical Education Committee and will support other hospital governance by providing medical advocacy through representation on key organisational committees. About You You will be an experienced medical doctor with active registration and have displayed a commitment to developing skills in medical leadership and administration through prior work experience and higher learning. You are an enthusiastic and passionate clinician who will support the employed medical workforce through management and advocacy. You are a clear communicator with experience in delivering and developing medical education programs. You will have an understanding of various college accreditation requirements including the Australian Medical Council framework for pre-vocational medical doctors. Key Criteria: Medical Degree (MBBS, MD or equivalent) Specialist AHPRA registration (active or eligible) Relevant college membership Previous experience in a comparable role Desirable Criteria: FRACMA or associate FRACMA Tertiary management qualifications (or working towards)’ The Hospital Greenslopes Private Hospital is a 700 bed tertiary facility located just south of Brisbane city fulfilling over 44,000 surgical operations and 100,000 patient episodes a year. Greenslopes Private Hospital is the largest private teaching hospital in Australia with over 100 employed Junior Medical Officers filling roles from Internship through to Emergency, Critical Care, Medical, Psychiatric and Surgical specialty training. Greenslopes offers a full suite of specialty services including Emergency Department, 29 CCU beds, 18 ICU beds, 36 Operating Theatre spaces, 5 birth suites, 10 neonatal special care cots and a 31 bed DVA psychiatric facility. Greenslopes Private Hospital has a relationship with the University of Queensland and hosts an on-site Clinical School to support medical student placement. A high fidelity simulation lab is managed by the Medical Services Unit and provides an exciting and valuable learning environment for clinical training. Greenslopes Private Hospital benefits from the dedicated input of thousands of employees every day who support patients through delivering exceptional care in line with the values of the organisation and The Ramsay Way which is that of ‘people caring for people’. Organisation Values: We value strong relationships We aim to constantly improve We seek to grow sustainably What’s in it for you? Professional Advancement: Recognition, Rewards, Professional Development, and Employee referral programs. Free access to LinkedIn Learning, education scholarships and the Ramsay Leadership Academy to support career progression. Discounts: Ramsay Rewards - Access great deals at over 100 major retailers. Hospital, Allied Health & Pharmacy discounts - you’ll pay less for hospital cover and receive higher extras limits for things like General and Major Dental. Health and Wellbeing: Flexible work opportunities with the ability to have a say in your roster, Flexible Leave Program, and a free Employee Assistance Program offering access to confidential counselling, coaching and support 24/7. Leisure/Social/Financial: Discounts for leisure travel with selected Hotels, salary sacrifice opportunities e.g., airport lounge membership, self-education expenses, novated leasing and more. Please note casual employees may not be eligible for all benefits. Requirements Must provide a National Police check conducted within the previous 12 months According to the role, Ramsay may require a Working-With-Children check and proof of immunisation against infectious diseases, which may include Covid-19. To Apply All applications must be lodged online. Applications made by recruitment agencies will not be considered. For enquiries, please contact Emma Carlson, Executive Assistant to the Director of Medical Services E: carlsoneramsayhealth.com.au Applications Close: Monday 10 th June 2024 Ramsay Health Care is committed to Child Safety. Details of our commitment are set out in our Code of Conduct, available at www.ramsayhealth.com • Thu, 16 MayRamsay Health Care
Deputy Program Director » Macquarie Park, NSW - Director, the Deputy Program Director is a senior leader who is responsible for a national team of skilled professionals... or equivalent experience. Eligible for registration as a Registered Project Manager (Reg PM) and certification as a CPPM through... • Wed, 15 MayRaytheon Technologies
Deputy Director of Medical Services » Greenslopes, QLD - of Junior Medical Workforce in collaboration with the Medical Services Manager. The Deputy Director of Medical Services...A new opportunity exists to join Ramsay Health Care in the new role of Deputy Director of Medical Services... • Tue, 14 MayRamsay Health Care
Deputy Manager » Didcot, QLD - Vacancy available: Service Manager Location - Hagbourne Permanent position Full time - 37.5 hours per week... £39,000 per annum An exciting opportunity has arisen for a Service manager to join our team at our Hagbourne and Morton services due... • Tue, 14 MayFitzRoy
LSKD Macarthur Deputy Coach (Retail Store Assistant Manager) » Sydney CBD, Sydney - Join us at our LSKD Macarthur store as our Deputy Coach (Retail Store Assistant Manager) and inspire our community to be 1% better everyday. Our Story LSKD is an Australian-owned and operated brand that prides itself in producing high-quality functional sportswear with a street aesthetic. Ever since our formation in 2007, we’ve never been content settling for the norm; we’re constantly evolving and challenging the status quo. We strongly value the community we’ve created that live their daily lives within our 3 pillars of sport, fitness and adventure. Job Summary Our Macarthur Store is on the lookout for a strong leader to be our Deputy Coach (Store Assistant Manager). This role is a key support to the Head Coach (Store Manager) in creating the best experience for our LSKD community. Leading with our values, this role will be hands on developing the store team and culture, driving key strategic results and ensuring profitable growth of their store in day-to-day management. This role is a dynamic opportunity to be involved in both the retail and fitness space. You will work alongside the Head Coach to bring to life events localised to your store as well as managing the business. We get out and train together with the team each week to connect with our local Macarthur community so if you live and breathe fitness, this is for you Create a Community Deliver an exceptional community experience Be a brand ambassador and storyteller for our brand history and values Support the build and roll out of a strategic and fun quarterly community plan that drives community growth and brand advocacy Organize and facilitate in-store events to add value to the community and drive in store visitation Lead events at local gyms and studios to support local businesses and grow local community awareness Build relationships with local values aligned partners Galvanise the team around building relationships in the community Develop a Team of Leaders Ensure your team has the right product knowledge to educate our community on the product range Identify team learning opportunities and deliver live coaching Support onboarding of new team members through on floor induction, provides ongoing support, feedback and development to those starting their LSKD journey Creates an inclusive and supportive environment that celebrates differences Recruit and build a world class team that embraces and shares our values Develop your team through identifying the capabilities and potential that align to the right growth opportunities Ensure timely feedback, both positive and constructive, to elevate our team to be 1% better everyday Create an inclusive and supportive environment that celebrates differences Celebrate and recognise the team's growth and successes Operational Excellence: Create daily game plan to inspire and engage your team to drive for results Complete stock and VM maintenance tasks including adjustments, pull backs and stocktakes in a timely manner Ensures faulty product, returns and pullbacks are completed accurately and efficiently Responsible for back of house organisation, tidiness and ensuring all inventory has an intentional home Complete open and close duties with accuracy and ensure others do the same Ensure the store is clean, tidy, priced and full A product expert across our entire range of fabrics, fits and styles Is a product expert across our entire range of fabrics, fits and styles Ensure your team has the product knowledge to educate our community on the core and current product ranges, relevant for their needs Financial Smarts: Review and understand store KPIs on a daily and weekly basis and continue to drive performance improvement everyday Core business knowledge, you are able to understand and action business information Monitor daily sales results and implement key actions for improvement Continuously aim to drive AOV, UPT and Conversion to meet our benchmarks and beyond Deliver weekly reflections and recaps on business performance, strengths and opportunities. Create tangible actions to be 1% better everyday Educate and engage your team on the financial performance of the store and get their support on achieving the stores financial targets and KPIs What We Look For The Ideal Team Player: You are Hungry, Humble and Smart A Leader: Loves to lead, influence, and inspire others; motivates, empowers, develops A quick decision-maker that uses all information and resources available Adaptable: Thrives in uncertainty and in a fast-paced environment Resilience: Remains persistent, positive and above the line; recovers quickly from setbacks Core business knowledge: Is able to quickly understand and address business information (e.g.budgets, sales forecasts and retail strategy) Does This sound like you? - Apply Now So what do you need to get the gig? Turn this application upside down: blow it out of the water and show us why you want to be part of the fastest growing brand • Sat, 11 MayLSKD
LSKD Macarthur Deputy Coach (Retail Store Assistant Manager) » Sydney, NSW - . Job Summary Our Macarthur Store is on the lookout for a strong leader to be our Deputy Coach (Store Assistant Manager... and job role development $60-65k Salary depending on experience Join us at our LSKD Macarthur store as our Deputy Coach (Retail... • Fri, 10 MayLSKD$60000 - 65000 per year
Manager, Specialist Engineering » Largs North, Port Adelaide Area - The role As a result of recent growth and transformation of our Naval Combat Systems (NCS) business unit, a rare opportunity has arisen to join our team in this newly created leadership position. As the Manager - Specialist Engineering, you will play a critical role in leading our specialist engineering teams, collaborating with our Combat Management Systems Products and Integration leaders to provide the on time capability required to deliver our technical programs. As a highly experienced business leader, you will have proven experience managing a pool of technical talent operating in a matrixed structure. Using your exceptional professional judgement and foresight you will anticipate demands, accurately forecast resource requirements and plan capability development to enable the business to deliver on its commitments and growth agenda You will be passionate about engagement and career development, ensuring a there is a strong focus on job satisfaction, technical and career development for our team members. Reporting to the Deputy General Manager Systems Delivery, you will: Provide leadership to the speciality engineering team and their constitute capability (people, process and outcomes) in order to deliver against our current and future pipeline of work Manage and develop the leadership of each specialty area, namely: System Safety Engineering System Security Engineering Integrated Logistics Support Configuration and Data Management Modelling and Analysis Ensure that the team is accountable for the delivery of speciality engineering outcomes/outputs to internal and external stakeholders Provide accurate estimates for the provision of speciality engineering services and manage allocated budgets Effectively manage resources and ensure appropriate tasking and utilisation of team members Deliver sustainable growth in specialist engineering capabilities through developing and executing sound strategies for the attraction, development and retention of personnel. Flexible work arrangements such as hybrid work from home / office, 9 day fortnight and part time (0.8 FTE minimum) will be considered for this role. About you With people at the heart of our business, we are looking for an inspiring leader who can motivate, negotiate, work well with others, quickly build rapport and develop trusted relationships. The successful candidate for this opportunity will have: Exceptional leadership skills, with the proven ability to set direction, motivate and engage teams to work together to deliver high performance outcomes Proven experience leading a diverse technical workforce in a matrix structure Sound understanding of the application of System Engineering, Configuration Management and the integration of the other specialities (Safety, Security & Lifecycle costing) into a System Solution Exceptional stakeholder management and negotiation skills, with the ability to quickly build rapport, develop trusted relationships and find win-win solutions to capability challenges Experience building a multi-disciplinary technical workforce/capability in a high growth environment As defence security clearance is required for this role, applicants will be required to hold an Australian Defence Security Clearance to NV1 level or have the ability to gain one. About us Saab Australia is a defence technology, security and cyber solutions provider, specialising in the development and integration of major defence and security systems. For 35 years in Australia, we have built a reputation for delivering complex systems integration projects that provide proven and advanced capabilities to keep us ahead of today's challenges. From combat, communications, security and underwater systems, to mixed reality, cyber security and deployable health solutions, our extensive portfolio of products and services provide high-technology solutions for defence forces and civil industries across the globe. Apply today to join our crew and deliver solutions with purpose Culture and benefits We employ over 1,000 Australians and are committed to fostering a culture of excellence and enriching the employee experience. By joining Saab, you'll be a part of a collaborative and supportive organisation, where your professional growth and work-life balance are emphasised. You'll work within an innovative and vibrant workplace, while having the opportunity to develop a long-term, fulfilling career. As a valued team member of Saab Australia, you'll access a variety of perks and benefits to support you and your family including: 6 weeks paid leave each year 13% Superannuation Free Income Protection Insurance Flexible working options Access to the Saab shares matching scheme Access to MySaab; our online store offering everything from cash back at hundreds of stores to discounts from exclusive partners For further information about a career at Saab, visit the page adjacent: https://www.saab.com/markets/australia/careers/saab-life Applications Click 'Apply' to submit your CV and cover letter in support of your application. You may contact our careers team at careers.mailboxau.saabgroup.com for a copy of the full position description. Kindly observe that this is an ongoing recruitment process and in exceptional circumstances, the position might be filled before the closing date of the advertisement. We encourage applications as early as possible to avoid disappointment. By submitting an application to Saab, you consent to undertaking workforce screening activities including, but not limited to: reference checks, Australian Federal Police check, verification of working rights and qualifications, sanctions screening and a pre-employment medical declaration. Saab Australia is an Equal Opportunity Employer and encourages Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders to apply. We also welcome applications from individuals with culturally diverse backgrounds. Saab Australia is a proud supporter of the Veterans' Employment Program and welcomes the interest of ex-service members, veterans and their families. • Fri, 10 MaySaab Group

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