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Health Coach (Dietitian) » Townsville, Townsville Region - The core capability requirements for this role are: Develop and conduct evidence based physical health screening on QPS staff as part of Queensland Police Service's Corporate Health Program (HealthStart) including interpretation of health assessment outcomes and management of possible contraindications Design, implement and evaluate complex health and wellbeing projects within set timeframes and budget, individually or within a multidisciplinary team environment. Self-manage workload to deliver professional level nutrition and dietetic services to QPS members within a multidisciplinary team environment, in accordance with professional and ethical standards Provide professional advice to influence the decision makers including Senior Management and peers, especially in the monitoring, development, and delivery of complex specialist programs Provide independent professional consultancy services to QPS member, industry representatives and other stakeholders to assist with overall wellbeing of members Prepare complex reports using the analysis of data gathered to inform the evaluation of programs and strategies delivered at state-wide and local geographic locations Develop and conduct presentations, seminars and training programs and design and implement educational strategies for a diverse range of clients, including Senior Management Work closely with the various Safety and Wellbeing teams and the leadership team members on a range of activities to enable a coordinated and informed approach to the delivery of wellbeing services to the QPS Role Requirements:Mandatory: Current First Aid Certificate Qualification: Possession of a degree in Nutrition or Dietetics from a recognised tertiary institution, or equivalent qualifications from a tertiary institution Technical/Operational/Educational Experience: Nil Other: Possession of a C Class Drivers Licence is desirable Applications to remain current for 12 months.This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Australia License. • Wed, 21 FebQueensland Police Service
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Security Engineer » Brisbane, Brisbane Region - Join a leading Managed Security Services team and be mentored by inspiring leaders. CyberCX is Australia’s leading independent cyber security consultancy organisation. To continue delivering a world-class service to our clients, we are looking for a passionate Security Engineer to join our Managed Security Services team. This role is responsible for system health, system performance & maintenance and responding to incidents and service requests. Key Responsibilities Investigate, troubleshoot, and resolve incidents and services requests for infrastructure and other related technologies (e.g., network, systems, cloud, etc.) Maintain system health and performance through proactive maintenance and patching activities across infrastructure Perform configuration and administration of infrastructure Contribute to processes and review their application to ensure that the controls, policies, and procedures are operating effectively Follow and enforce ITIL aligned incident, request fulfilment, problem and change management process for any changes required on customer’s network Communicate with clients in a timely manner Build effective working relationships both internally and externally About you Tertiary qualification in information technology or similar field (desirable) ITIL Foundation Qualifications and suitable vendor certifications preferred Experience in IT engineering / operations or similar field Good analytical and problem-solving skills, able to leverage server/network knowledge and a broad of array of tools to solve problems Palo Alto Firewalls – Experience designing, implementing, supporting and maintaining - Active PCNSE certification desirable Cisco Enterprise Networking (Route/Switch/SDWAN/Wireless) – Experience designing, implementing, supporting and maintaining - CCNP Desirable. Nice to haves Palo Alto Prisma Access - Experience designing, implementing, supporting and maintaining Palo Alto SDWAN - Experience designing, implementing, supporting and maintaining Fortinet Firewalls – Experience designing, implementing, supporting and maintaining - NSE4-7 Certification desirable Fortinet SDWAN – Experience designing, implementing, supporting and maintaining - NSE4-7 Certification desirable. What’s in it for you? Once-in-a-career growth opportunities. A unique chance to be part of high-growth business changing the face of cyber security Work with industry thought leaders to deliver world-class services A dynamic, independent environment, where you’re given flexibility to do your best work Competitive salary and benefits. About CyberCX We’re cyber security experts first and foremost. A unified team of highly qualified, certified and skilled professionals working together on the same mission: to protect and defend organizations from cyber threats. CyberCX is committed to attracting and nurturing top cyber security talent and providing the best employee experience in the industry. We provide an end-to-end suite of cyber security services unmatched in the market. • Thu, 29 FebCyberCX
Senior Cyber Security Analyst » Perth, Perth Region - Be part of an innovative, forward-thinking Security Operations team that is committed to excellence. CyberCX is Australia’s leading independent cyber security consultancy organisation. To support our rapid growth, we are looking for motivated and passionate Senior Security Analysts. In this role, you’ll work with your team to deliver great client outcomes and grow your career rapidly as a cyber security professional. We’re looking for candidates that have a sound and relevant technical background. You don’t need extensive experience in security, but a passion to learn, a great attitude, and a keen interest in security is essential. You will receive formal and on the job training that will help you grow your career in the cyber security field. Key responsibilities: Technical analysis of alerts and data from security products including (but not limited to) SIEMs, Intrusion detection and prevention systems, end point security solutions, web proxies and network security devices, and vulnerability scanning and management systems Incident response, including liaising with customers and their ICT operations staff Vulnerability analysis including triaging vulnerabilities and advising on associated remediation activities. Taking on a wide variety of security operations tasks on an as needed basis. About you: Ideally 3 years’ experience or equivalent knowledge in Security Operations or an ICT technical team A general technical understanding of contemporary ICT technologies achieved through real world experience (experience in system administration, network administration and/or software development all regarded highly) Solid analytical, conceptual, and problem-solving abilities Great written and verbal communications skills Passionate about growth and learning. You’re continuously finding ways to grow your skills through self-study, technical projects, CTFs and engagement in technical forums Programming or scripting experience strongly preferred, but not required Academic background in CS or IT strongly preferred, but not required Willing to take part in a rotation schedule and perform shift work What’s in it for you: Be part of an innovative, forward-thinking Security Operations team that is committed to excellence Extensive on-the-job training and certification support Continuous growth and professional development opportunities You will be surrounded by technical security specialists, including some of Australia’s best security practitioners About CyberCX CyberCX has united Australia and New Zealand’s most trusted cyber security companies to deliver the most comprehensive end to end cyber security services offering to enterprises and governments. With a workforce of over 1300 cyber security professionals and a footprint of over 20 offices across Australia and New Zealand and global presence in Europe and US, CyberCX offers a full suite of cyber security services. If you’re looking to continuously grow and to embrace disruptive methods and technologies to protect customers, submit your CV by following the “Apply” button. • Thu, 29 FebCyberCX
Security Engineer » The Rocks, Sydney - Join a leading Managed Security Services team and work with industry leaders. CyberCX is Australia’s leading independent cyber security consultancy organisation. To continue delivering a world-class service to our clients, we are looking for a passionate Security Engineer to join our Managed Security Services team. This role is responsible for system health, system performance & maintenance and responding to incidents and service requests. Key Responsibilities Investigate, troubleshoot, and resolve incidents and services requests for infrastructure and other related technologies (e.g., network, systems, cloud, etc.) Maintain system health and performance through proactive maintenance and patching activities across infrastructure Perform configuration and administration of infrastructure Contribute to processes and review their application to ensure that the controls, policies, and procedures are operating effectively Follow and enforce ITIL aligned incident, request fulfilment, problem and change management process for any changes required on customer’s network Communicate with clients in a timely manner Build effective working relationships both internally and externally About you Tertiary qualification in information technology or similar field (desirable) ITIL Foundation Qualifications and suitable vendor certifications preferred Experience in IT engineering / operations or similar field Good analytical and problem-solving skills, able to leverage server/network knowledge and a broad of array of tools to solve problems Due to the nature of the role requirement, candidates are required to be AU Citizen. Core Skills Must Have: Fortinet Firewalls – Experience designing, implementing, supporting and maintaining (NSE4-7 Certification desirable) Fortinet SDWAN – Experience designing, implementing, supporting and maintaining Cisco Enterprise Networking (Route/Switch/SDWAN/Wireless) - Experience designing, implementing, supporting and maintaining (CCNP Desirable) Nice to have: Palo Alto Firewalls – Active PCNSE certification desirable Palo Alto Prisma Access - Experience designing, implementing, supporting and maintaining Palo Alto SDWAN - Experience designing, implementing, supporting and maintaining Palo Alto Prisma Access - Experience designing, implementing, supporting and maintaining What’s in it for you? Once-in-a-career growth opportunities. A unique chance to be part of high-growth business changing the face of cyber security. Diverse projects. We’re committed to making sure you’re not doing the same kind of work repeatedly. Work with industry thought leaders to deliver world-class services. A dynamic, independent environment, where you’re given flexibility to do your best work. Competitive salary and benefits. About CyberCX We’re cyber security experts first and foremost. A unified team of highly qualified, certified and skilled professionals working together on the same mission: to protect and defend organizations from cyber threats. CyberCX is committed to attracting and nurturing top cyber security talent and providing the best employee experience in the industry. We provide an end-to-end suite of cyber security services unmatched in the market. • Thu, 29 FebCyberCX
Clinical Nurse Specialist Integrated Care » Tamworth Region, New South Wales - Employment Type : Temporary Full Time (until 30 June 2025) Position Classification : Clinical Nurse Specialist Grade 2 Remuneration : $109945.46 - $113556.22 Hours Per Week : 38 Requisition ID : REQ472965 Employment Type : Temporary Full Time (until 30 June 2025) Position Classification : Clinical Nurse Specialist Grade 2 Remuneration : $109945.46 - $113556.22 Hours Per Week : 38 Requisition ID : REQ472965 Location: Broken Hill NSW Great opportunity to join a supportive team and where you can make a real impact in providing the best patient experience. We really aren’t that far away - only 3 hours’ drive from Mildura, 5 hours from Adelaide or a short flight from anywhere in Australia. Broken Hill truly is a town like no other with a supportive community that will welcome you with open arms. We can't wait to see you Take a quick look at " Living and Working " in the Far West.  What you'll be doing The overall purpose of this role is to identify, initiate and collaborate in the development and provision of programs to improve the delivery of quality end of life care to persons with a life limiting illness in the Far West Local Health District. The role is focused on integrating care for the person at end of life by developing the skills and knowledge base of staff, the patients and their carers. What is on offer 1 week extra paid annual leave  Salary packaging (pay less tax), includes Remote Area Housing Assistance and Meal Entertainment Card Paid Allocated Day Off (ADO) Every Month Special rates at local gyms Support through advanced education & training A comfortable country lifestyle that supports balance & wellbeing About the Far West LHD The  Far West Local Health District  is  one of 15 LHDs under NSW Health, providing high quality public health services to the communities in far west NSW Our vision is to create excellence in rural and remote healthcare. Key to our success of course, is our people. Our workforce is inclusive and diverse. We employ well over 800 clinicians and support staff across our 9 health facilities in Broken Hill, Balranald, Dareton, Ivanhoe, Menindee, Tibooburra, Wentworth, White Cliffs and Wilcannia. In the Far West LHD, we are working together to make a real difference to the health outcomes for our communities. We encourage you to consider joining our friendly team for a meaningful and rewarding career in rural and remote healthcare. About Broken Hill A true “Oasis in the Outback”, Broken Hill is a thriving regional town in far west NSW full of diversity, history and character. Being Australia’s first city to be Nationally Heritage Listed, Broken Hill is a culturally rich town with a vibrant art scene with over 20 galleries The unique attractions, festivals and beautiful natural landscapes see tourists flock from all over, but the ones who stay quickly fall in love with the place and its liveability. With a population just shy of 20,000, Broken Hill is small enough to allow for a relaxed country lifestyle, while big enough to provide all the desired facilities of a regional hub including major supermarkets and retail stores, excellent schools (7 primary & 2 high), multiple gyms & aquatic centre, well-known fast food franchises and a plethora of trendy restaurants, pubs and cafés. How to apply To be considered for this position, please ensure you address the selection criteria in the application as thoroughly as possible. Current practicing registration as a nurse or midwife with the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (AHPRA). At least five years post graduate nursing experience with 3 years in the specified area. Highly developed effective communication and interpersonal skills including the ability to act as an independent consultant; effectively engage with a multidisciplinary team; and confidence in negotiation at all levels of the organisation. Demonstrated highly developed verbal and written communication skills necessary for documenting and promoting current research findings and providing clinical service information directly to patients/clients. Proven clinical leadership experience skills and an ability to work collaboratively within a multidisciplinary framework with a demonstrated commitment to excellence in nursing practice. Demonstrated ability to provide verbal and written reports, record minutes, map health care pathways and develop resources. Current Class C NSW Health driver's license, with a willingness to travel in accordance with the demands of the position. The Welcome Experience   The Welcome Experience in connects you and your family with local people and local resources to help you settle in and feel at home in your new community faster. Learn more at www.nsw.gov.au/welcomeexperience Need more information?   1) Click here for the Position Description   2) Find out more about applying for this position For role related queries or questions contact Rebecca Smith on Rebecca.Smith7health.nsw.gov.au Applications Close: 28/3/2024 At Far West Local Health District we are proud to be an equal opportunity employer, where we don’t just accept differences, but we honour and support it. Committed to providing a working environment that thrives and values diversity, we encourage people of Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander background, people with a disability and people from the  LGBTQI  community to apply. Need more information?   1) Click here for the Position Description   2) Find out more about applying for this position For role related queries or questions contact Rebecca Smith on Rebecca.Smith7health.nsw.gov.au Applications Close: • Thu, 29 FebFar West Local Health District

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Employment Consultant » Australia - Employment Consultant - Box Hill Disability Employment Services -Internal Applicants Only- Part-Time Monday... communication with employers as required. Provide required support to participants in employment to become an independent worker... • Thu, 29 FebCVGT
Principal Consultant, Executive Employment Services » Adelaide, SA - - Full Time / Term Contract up to 12 Months Overview: The Principal Consultant is accountable to the Executive Director... Consultant manages the confidential SA Health executive employment register and liaises with senior workforce officers across SA... • Wed, 28 FebSA Health$119317 - 123822 per year
OHI Senior Consultant » Melbourne, VIC - . Standard assignments are accomplished without assistance by exercising independent judgment, within defined policies.... Job Description Activities in OHI Consulting Development or Implementation or Managed Service activity streams as a Senior Technical Consultant... • Wed, 28 FebOracle
OHI Senior Consultant » Melbourne, VIC - . Standard assignments are accomplished without assistance by exercising independent judgment, within defined policies.... Job Description Activities in OHI Consulting Development or Implementation or Managed Service activity streams as a Senior Technical Consultant... • Wed, 28 FebOracle
Customer Service Consultant - Insurance (All Genders) » Sydney, NSW - standards worldwide. POSITION We are looking for a Sydney based Customer Service Consultant (m/f/d) to support our growing... or email at all times, internally and externally of the company Independent prioritisation and organisation of work based on priority level... • Tue, 27 FebHRS Group
Rheumatology Consultant » Royal Melbourne Hospital, VIC - Parkville, VIC - programs. The Role: Consultant rheumatologist providing care for rheumatology outpatients and supervision of trainees.... - Must have experience in the independent assessment and management of complex rheumatic conditions and the use of biologic and targeted... • Tue, 27 FebThe Royal Melbourne Hospital
Strategic Consultant » Sydney, NSW - , renowned for our commitment to delivering independent, quality information worldwide. Our culture values diversity, inclusivity..., and curiosity, fostering an environment where every voice is heard and valued. The Role: As a Strategic Consultant, you'll... • Tue, 27 FebRandstad$200000 per year
Senior Control System Engineer » Melbourne, Melbourne Region - Relocate to Newcastle to work for industry leaders in innovation with diverse and varied projects across a number of sectors. Relocate to Newcastle, NSW Embark on an exciting journey with this pioneering independent consultancy, a beacon of innovation in the realm of control systems engineering. As industry leaders, they are dedicated to providing bespoke solutions, tackling complex challenges, and fostering a collaborative environment where technical excellence thrives. As a Control System Engineer, you'll be a vital force in shaping the landscape of their diverse projects. Taking the lead on various assignments, you'll collaborate with a dynamic engineering team, utilizing your expertise in developing PLC, SCADA, Alan Bradley, Rockwell, and Schneider systems to craft innovative solutions. This role offers a unique blend of technical challenges, career development opportunities, and the chance to collaborate with like-minded professionals on cutting-edge projects. Responsibilities Take charge of projects, from inception to implementation, utilizing your expertise in control systems engineering. Collaborate seamlessly with cross-functional teams to devise inventive solutions for multidisciplinary projects. Apply your technical skills to modify existing systems, engineer new equipment, and provide innovative solutions. Provide mentorship and guidance, fostering a collaborative environment within the engineering team. Ensure project completion within designated budget and timeline constraints. Contribute to the ongoing enhancement of control system design processes and methodologies. Requirements Bachelor's or Master's degree in Control System Engineering or a related field. Proven track record as a Control System Engineer, preferably in an environment involving PLC, SCADA, Alan Bradley, Rockwell, and Schneider systems. Strong project management skills with the ability to lead and motivate a team. Excellent communication and interpersonal skills. Benefits Competitive remuneration package. Opportunities for continuous career growth and development. Engaging and collaborative work environment. Exposure to a diverse range of challenging projects. Health and wellness programs. Flexible work arrangements. How to Apply If you are passionate about solving intricate challenges and wish to be part of a dynamic team at the forefront of innovation, submit your resume and a cover letter detailing your relevant experience to lottevervepartners.com.au or call Lotte on 0455 052 100 to discuss the role in more detail. Verve Partners is an energetic team of specialist consultants reimagining recruitment Australia-wide. With over 170 years of combined experience, we’ve found the sweet spot in talent search – and want to share it. By scouting smart, digging deep and embracing diversity, we grow vibrant careers, cultures and communities. We currently have offices in the lifestyle cities of Newcastle and Wollongong. We acknowledge and pay our respects to the Traditional Owners of the land on which we work and live. We pay our respects to the First Peoples of this country, their culture and Elders past, present and emerging. We recognise that this land was and always will be Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander land because sovereignty was never ceded. • Mon, 26 FebVerve Partners
Aboriginal Cultural Family Support Consultants (ACCFSC- Barossa/Gawler) » Gawler, SA - Cultural Child and Family Support Consultant (ACCFSC) to join the team. The Aboriginal Cultural Child and Family Support... Consultant works within a team setting to provide responsive and flexible child focused and family centred, home and community... • Mon, 26 FebSA Health$75430 per year
Consultant (Mining) » Perth, Perth Region - Mining Engineer SRK Consulting is an international independent employee-owned consulting practice, providing integrated consulting services to the resource sector. The team is highly motivated and focused on sustaining our position as an industry leader. Our expertise and technical capability covers mining, geotechnical engineering, geology, resources, exploration, tailings, heap leach and waste management. The Role: In addition to market leading consulting services, SRK offers contracts to provide mining professionals for full-time specialist roles within our clients' teams over medium and longer-term contracts. SRK has multiple contract opportunities requiring a broad range of open cut mining engineering skill sets and experience, from graduate-level aid to highly experienced senior staff. We have opportunities for candidates with experience ranging from 3 or more years, dependent on current client requirements. Roles regularly change and are typically client office based for durations in the order of 3 to 9 months with the option of being extended . Core Competencies: Independent and self-motivated. Willingness to work from our clients centralised offices. Ability to work with client teams. Good communication skills allowing you to easily communicate complex concepts. Desire to exceed client expectations. Description of Responsibilities: The successful candidates will deliver consulting services on various mining projects as part of SRK's existing professional staffing solutions team. You will actively collaborate with colleagues and client contacts and will be based within our clients centralised offices or on sites. Therefore a degree of flexibility in location is required. Essential Requirements: Ideally you will have significant open cut experience with relevant exposure to projects in the Australian mining industry, either in operations or a similar consultancy role. To be considered for a role you will possess: A recognised degree in mine surveying, mining engineering, and/ or appropriate experience in related industry roles. Current Australian Working Rights with a minimum of 6 months validity from commencement. Our Next Team Member: A passionate and technically orientated professional. Demonstrated ability to communicate effectively with a variety of stakeholders including management, technical professionals and operational personnel. Self-motivated with the ability to work both independently and in a team environment. In return for considering this opportunity, we offer: An attractive hourly rate and immediate start exists for contract positions • Mon, 26 FebSRK Consulting
Company Secretary and Head of Legal » Sydney, Sydney Region - 12-month contract with possibility to become permanent Leadership role Pharmaceutical industry experience sought This is an exciting 12 month contract role with a leading international healthcare and multinational innovation brand. As the Head of Legal and Company Secretary, you will be responsible for all legal, and company secretarial services in Australia and New Zealand. You will work closely with and report to the Managing Director, ANZ and you will be a member of the Leadership Team. You will be involved in a variety of strategic projects and large transactions, as well as contracts and commercial law issues, and intellectual property law arrangements. You will also advise on tenders, set policies, manage patents and compliance, and work with the business to manage risk. Additionally, you will be responsible for company secretarial. The abilities to lead, manage, develop, and motivate a team are also essential. Superior communication skills, the abilities to work well with others, to manage multiple projects and issues and, a commercial, practical ‘can do” approach are essential requirements. Critical to your success will be your capabilities and experience in leading a team through transformational change. This role is a key senior legal role offering leadership responsibilities, autonomy, challenging and diverse work, and strategic input into the business. Location: Sydney North For further information on this position please contact Lisa Gazis: Ref: 1467902 P: (02) 9241 1199 E: lisa.gazismahlab.com.au Mahlab is Australia’s leading independent legal recruitment consultancy. We specialise in placing lawyers into corporations and private practice law firms throughout Australia and internationally. For industry and salary advice, or to submit an enquiry, please visit our website www.mahlab.com.au or contact us in Sydney (02) 9241 1199 and Melbourne (03) 9629 2111. • Sun, 25 FebMahlab Recruitment
Product Development Manager, Emerging ARTD Category » The Rocks, Sydney - Position Overview: This Product Development Manager role plays a crucial part in the company's innovation efforts within the alcoholic beverage industry, responsible for overseeing new product initiatives, reformulations, and the application of cutting-edge technologies. The candidate should bring a minimum of 5 years of product development experience and possess a strong educational background in food science, chemistry, or engineering. The successful candidate will ensure products meet the highest standards through chemical analyses, production trials, and adherence to company and industry regulations, all while effectively collaborating with cross-functional teams and external partners. Fluent English and the capacity to manage multiple projects are essential, with up to 10% travel required. Focus, Scope, & Impact: Execute the product development pipeline initiatives for the Alcohol Ready To Drink (ARTD) portfolio: new products, reformulations and application of new product/ingredient/alcohol base technologies. Provides expertise and recommendations of best practices for production of alcoholic beverage finished products during production trials with the plants or bottling partners, which includes consulting line managers as appropriate on milestones and general guidelines and proactively provides advice inside & outside Research & Development (R&D) community. Performs chemical analyses using instrumental methods in order to determine the composition of samples and prepares samples and sampling plan for ingredients, intermediate or finished products, or other materials in order to perform analyses. Design, develop, conduct and/or review experiments (e.g., laboratory or process experiments) to deliver new products; evaluate ingredient, product efficacy or claims; or evaluate new ingredients, materials, products or processes. Write detailed and accurate reports for projects and plant trials (e.g. equipment validation, evaluation of new processes) Support pre-commercialization test runs to ensure production capability as needed. Accountable for the product formulation aspect of the project delivery (Quality, timing & cost) Able to manage and deliver on multiple projects simultaneously. Able to make routine decisions independently. Consults line manager as appropriate on key milestones & general guidelines. Able to resolve technical challenges linked to formulation, process, ingredient variabilities, scale-up. Able to translate consumer test results and product sensory attributes into winning product propositions. Able to identify areas of improvement on product development, process, and communication routines Experience 5 years successful experience in product development in the beverage industry Educational requirements / qualifications: Bachelor's degree or Post Graduate in food science, chemistry, engineering or related field. Functional Competencies: Proficient - Food Science /Technology Competent - Alcoholic Beverage Technology Competent: Beverage Processing Competent - System dynamic Working knowledge - Marketing Working knowledge - Alcoholic beverage regulations Competent - Project management Competent - Communication Working knowledge - Sensory science / Consumer. Cultural diversity: Fluent in English. Additional language is a plus. Travel Requirements: Up to 10% Work Focus Development of prototypes at lab scale, following all good manufacturing practices to ensure safety. Production of samples in the pilot plant, including leading product stability assessments Filling accurately internal databases for stability tracking, formula database, project management tools Precise description of manufacturing conditions, following strictly The Coca-Cola Company (TCCC) guidelines and recommendations from R&D Microbiologist. Provide input of best practices for production of finished products during production trials, identifying ideal process and risks in case capabilities at the plant are not in place, with the support of manager and R&D microbiologist when applicable. Lead discussions on manufacturing instructions to plan trials and first productions with copackers, bottler, equipment supplier with support of line manager Work in cross functional team with Consumer Guidance to assure prototypes are developed leveraging science of taste. Be updated on the "New World of Risk" and take this into consideration in ingredient selection, formula and process design to ensure safety (eg. allergen management, micro risks, product and raw materials sensitivities). Be externally focused, helping to identify new partners, technologies and ingredients that can bring competitive edge and screen/assess them internally, with manager support. Continuous curiosity on competition activities and strategy and trends in the category, identifying growth opportunities with the support of manager. Strictly follows and understands good lab practice (5S) and internal procedures, following as a principle "safety first" in all that we do. Communication Focus Clear communication between R&D and the project team (project status, communicate potential issues, potential hurdles) with the support of the category manager as appropriate. Proactively provides advice within R&D community and project stakeholders Develop and maintain internal and external network in area of responsibility. Cultivate good relationship with Marketing, Technical and Supply Chain functions, locally and globally. Skills: organization; Compliance; Six Sigma; ISO 14000; ISO 18000; Microsoft Office; Troubleshooting; Project Management • Sun, 25 FebCoca-Cola
Product Development Manager, Emerging ARTD Category » The Rocks, Sydney - Location(s): Australia City/Cities: North Sydney Travel Required: 00% - 25% Relocation Provided: No Job Posting End Date: March 15, 2024 Shift: Summary: Position Overview: This Product Development Manager role plays a crucial part in the company's innovation efforts within the alcoholic beverage industry, responsible for overseeing new product initiatives, reformulations, and the application of cutting-edge technologies. The candidate should bring a minimum of 5 years of product development experience and possess a strong educational background in food science, chemistry, or engineering. The successful candidate will ensure products meet the highest standards through chemical analyses, production trials, and adherence to company and industry regulations, all while effectively collaborating with cross-functional teams and external partners. Fluent English and the capacity to manage multiple projects are essential, with up to 10% travel required. Focus, Scope, & Impact: Execute the product development pipeline initiatives for the Alcohol Ready To Drink (ARTD) portfolio: new products, reformulations and application of new product/ingredient/alcohol base technologies. Provides expertise and recommendations of best practices for production of alcoholic beverage finished products during production trials with the plants or bottling partners, which includes consulting line managers as appropriate on milestones and general guidelines and proactively provides advice inside & outside Research & Development (R&D) community. Performs chemical analyses using instrumental methods in order to determine the composition of samples and prepares samples and sampling plan for ingredients, intermediate or finished products, or other materials in order to perform analyses. Design, develop, conduct and/or review experiments (e.g., laboratory or process experiments) to deliver new products; evaluate ingredient, product efficacy or claims; or evaluate new ingredients, materials, products or processes. Write detailed and accurate reports for projects and plant trials (e.g. equipment validation, evaluation of new processes) Support pre-commercialization test runs to ensure production capability as needed. Accountable for the product formulation aspect of the project delivery (Quality, timing & cost) Able to manage and deliver on multiple projects simultaneously. Able to make routine decisions independently. Consults line manager as appropriate on key milestones & general guidelines. Able to resolve technical challenges linked to formulation, process, ingredient variabilities, scale-up. Able to translate consumer test results and product sensory attributes into winning product propositions. Able to identify areas of improvement on product development, process, and communication routines Experience 5 years successful experience in product development in the beverage industry Educational requirements / qualifications: Bachelor's degree or Post Graduate in food science, chemistry, engineering or related field. Functional Competencies: Proficient - Food Science /Technology Competent - Alcoholic Beverage Technology Competent: Beverage Processing Competent - System dynamic Working knowledge - Marketing Working knowledge - Alcoholic beverage regulations Competent - Project management Competent - Communication Working knowledge - Sensory science / Consumer. Cultural diversity: Fluent in English. Additional language is a plus. Travel Requirements: Up to 10% Work Focus Development of prototypes at lab scale, following all good manufacturing practices to ensure safety. Production of samples in the pilot plant, including leading product stability assessments Filling accurately internal databases for stability tracking, formula database, project management tools Precise description of manufacturing conditions, following strictly The Coca-Cola Company (TCCC) guidelines and recommendations from R&D Microbiologist. Provide input of best practices for production of finished products during production trials, identifying ideal process and risks in case capabilities at the plant are not in place, with the support of manager and R&D microbiologist when applicable. Lead discussions on manufacturing instructions to plan trials and first productions with copackers, bottler, equipment supplier with support of line manager Work in cross functional team with Consumer Guidance to assure prototypes are developed leveraging science of taste. Be updated on the "New World of Risk" and take this into consideration in ingredient selection, formula and process design to ensure safety (eg. allergen management, micro risks, product and raw materials sensitivities). Be externally focused, helping to identify new partners, technologies and ingredients that can bring competitive edge and screen/assess them internally, with manager support. Continuous curiosity on competition activities and strategy and trends in the category, identifying growth opportunities with the support of manager. Strictly follows and understands good lab practice (5S) and internal procedures, following as a principle "safety first" in all that we do. Communication Focus Clear communication between R&D and the project team (project status, communicate potential issues, potential hurdles) with the support of the category manager as appropriate. Proactively provides advice within R&D community and project stakeholders Develop and maintain internal and external network in area of responsibility. Cultivate good relationship with Marketing, Technical and Supply Chain functions, locally and globally. Skills: Compliance, ISO 14000, ISO 18000, Microsoft Office, organization, Project Management, Six Sigma, Troubleshooting Our Purpose and Growth Culture: We are taking deliberate action to nurture an inclusive culture that is grounded in our company purpose, to refresh the world and make a difference. We act with a growth mindset, take an expansive approach to what's possible and believe in continuous learning to improve our business and ourselves. We focus on four key behaviors - curious, empowered, inclusive and agile - and value how we work as much as what we achieve. We believe that our culture is one of the reasons our company continues to thrive after 130 years. Visit Our Purpose and Vision to learn more about these behaviors and how you can bring them to life in your next role at Coca-Cola. • Sun, 25 FebThe Coca-Cola Co.
Sales Consultant » Sydney, NSW - a rewarding sales career in Sydney with great earning potential? We are looking for a motivated, dynamic Sales Consultant... being independent, on the road and driving a new sales territory, then we'd love to hear from you. The... • Sat, 24 FebRentokil Initial
Mining Engineer » West Perth, Perth - Mining Engineer SRK Consulting is an employee-owned, independent, international consulting practice, providing integrated consulting services to the international resource sector. The role will involve working closely with other specialists within SRK Consulting, particularly the open pit mining team.SRK Consulting is seeking mining professionals for specialist roles within our clients’ teams over medium and longer-term contracts. We have multiple contract opportunities requiring a broad range of open cut mining engineering skill sets and experience, with various opportunities for candidates with experience ranging from 3 or more years, dependent on current client requirements.QualificationsA recognised degree in mining engineering, mine surveying and/ or appropriate experience in related industry roles. CompetenciesIndependent and self-motivated.Passionate and technically orientated professional.Willingness to work from SRK’s West Perth office, our clients centralised offices, and/ or our clients mine sites.Demonstrated ability to communicate effectively with a variety of stakeholders including management, technical professionals and operational personnel.Desire to exceed client expectations.Description of ResponsibilitiesPending the role, the successful candidates will deliver either contracting or consulting services for open cut mining projects and operations. You will actively collaborate with colleagues and client contacts and will be based within the SRK West Perth Office, within our clients centralised offices or on the clients’ sites. Some of the current opportunities are available for immediate start.Essential RequirementsWe have opportunities for candidates with experience ranging from 3 or more years, dependent on current client requirements. Ideally you will have significant mining experience with relevant exposure to projects in the Australian mining industry, either in operations or a similar consultancy role.At a minimum, the role requires an appropriate current working visa or residency, no other options will be considered.In return for considering a future with SRK, we offer:An attractive compensation package.The potential for an immediate start.Opportunities to grow and move within and on to other roles within the SRK team. • Sat, 24 FebSRK Consulting
Analytics Editor, APAC » The Rocks, Sydney - Rystad Energy is the world’s leading independent research and consulting firm focused on the global energy industry. We provide business intelligence including data, tools, analytics, and consulting services to clients exposed to the energy industry across the globe. Our high-end capabilities within energy fundamentals, oil and gas markets, supply chains, renewable energy, and the energy transition strengthen the insight and expertise of our clients, thereby assuring well-informed decisions. To join our Asia-Pacific team, we are looking for a talented Analytics Editor who can give a voice to the message we share with our expansive client base. The Opportunity Rystad Energy is seeking an ambitious and motivated candidate who can become a key resource in the development of our portfolio of analytics products. We aim to hire a talented writer/journalist with an analytical mindset and a strong interest in global energy markets. The position involves working closely with analysts and researchers in writing, editing, and publishing reports and commentaries to our disparate group of readers in all corners of the globe. As trade flows and the overarching energy landscape change at an unprecedented pace, we expect the candidate to be nimble and capable of seamlessly juggling a range of tasks in a fast-paced environment. Responsibilities Write, edit and publish topical commentaries and compelling research reports based on thorough analysis done by Rystad Energy analysts Support the editorial roles in the company to ensure consistent, correct, constructive and professional communication in line with Rystad Energy’s brand and core values across all analytics products in the company’s portfolio Engage in constructive dialogue with the various research teams in the company to ensure optimal selection of topics and angles for commentaries and reports Contribute to timely production and publication of Rystad Energy analytics products in cooperation with product managers, with particular emphasis on the APAC region Help to maintain and develop Rystad Energy’s client portal, where all analytics products are published and archived Provide guidance to Rystad Energy analysts and consultants with a view towards enhancing written communication skills Skills & Attributes for Success Minimum of Bachelor’s degree or similar level university degree Relevant editing and writing experience in the media or within the energy industry Good general knowledge of the energy sector, from oil and gas to renewables and power Strong writing and analytical skills, with a knack for explaining the complexities of markets and industries to a sophisticated audience A team player able to work closely with analysts to ensure our products are concise, sharp, and offer a unified view of our research Basic familiarity with Excel and PowerPoint is preferable Self-driven, energetic and proactive Highly developed interpersonal and communication skills Ability to work and thrive in a team-oriented, global, multi-cultural environment Work Location & Travel Requirements This position will be within the Asia-Pacific region – the exact location could be at any of Rystad Energy’s office locations in the wider region (including Singapore, Bangalore, Sydney and Perth, among others). Moderate travel should be expected. What We Offer A global and quickly expanding international business culture A diverse, dynamic, and highly skilled working environment Work-life balance and support for career development internationally Competitive compensation package and bonus plan Application process Please include a cover letter, CV, and other relevant documents when you upload your application. Αll applications must be sent exclusively via our portal. Application deadline: 15 March 2024 EEO Statement Rystad Energy provides equal employment opportunities (EEO) to all employees and applicants for employment, without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability, or genetics. In addition to federal law requirements, Rystad Energy complies with applicable laws governing nondiscrimination in employment in every location in which the company has facilities. This policy applies to all terms and conditions of employment, including recruiting, hiring, placement, promotion, termination, layoff, recall, transfer, leaves of absence, compensation, and training. Rystad Energy expressly prohibits any form of workplace harassment based on race, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, national origin, age, genetic information, disability, or veteran status. Improper interference with the ability of Rystad Energy’s employees to perform their job duties may result in discipline up to and including discharge. • Sat, 24 FebRystad Energy
Security Engineer » Sydney, Sydney Region - Join a leading Managed Security Services team and be mentored by inspiring leaders. CyberCX is Australia’s leading independent cyber security consultancy organisation. To continue delivering a world-class service to our clients, we are looking for a passionate Splunk Security Engineer to join our Managed Security Services team. This role is responsible for system health, system performance & maintenance and responding to incidents and service requests. Key Responsibilities Investigate, troubleshoot, and resolve monitoring platform issues across different Security technology stacks including Splunk, Log Rhythm Apply hot fixes/Upgrades Splunk Admin and data on-boarding across multiple data sources Working with Splunk Heavy Forwarders, Universal Forwarders and Deployment Servers, Ability to troubleshoot issues and liaise with key stakeholders. Support development and implementation of SIEM solutions within our client environment by advising on design concepts and changes, implementation strategies, and deployment timelines Contribute to processes and review their application to ensure that the controls, policies, and procedures are operating effectively Develop routine schedule to mentor staff(junior) and assist in progressing their skills level Follow and enforce ITIL aligned incident, request fulfilment, problem and change management process for any changes required on customer’s network. About you Tertiary qualification in information technology or similar field (desirable) Splunk professional level certifications Good Understanding of Linux/Unix Operating systems ITIL Foundation Qualifications and suitable vendor certifications preferred Exposure to various other security tools and products eg: Nessus, Dragos etc At least 3 years of experience working in SIEM Strong analytical and problem-solving skills, able to leverage server/network knowledge and a broad of array of tools to solve problems Familiar with Splunk validated Architectures and you have experience in consulting business owners to identify data use cases Given the nature of the role requirements, candidate must be Australian Citizen and eligible for security clearance. What’s in it for you? Once-in-a-career growth opportunities. A unique chance to be part of high-growth business changing the face of cyber security. Diverse projects. We’re committed to making sure you’re not doing the same kind of work repeatedly. Work with industry thought leaders to deliver world-class services. A dynamic, independent environment, where you’re given flexibility to do your best work. Competitive salary and benefits. About CyberCX We’re cyber security experts first and foremost. A unified team of highly qualified, certified and skilled professionals working together on the same mission: to protect and defend organizations from cyber threats. CyberCX is committed to attracting and nurturing top cyber security talent and providing the best employee experience in the industry. We provide an end-to-end suite of cyber security services unmatched in the market. • Fri, 23 FebCyberCX
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Mental Health Consultant - Whyalla & Port Augusta » Port Augusta, SA - Whyalla, SA - : $121,537 - $126,970 p.a - Ongoing Full/Part Time - RN/M3 Multiple Positions Available The Mental Health Consultant Role The Nurse... Consultant - Mental Health Nurse Consultant will provide clinical, educational and professional mental health services within the... • Fri, 23 FebSA Health$121537 - 126970 per year
Product Development Manager, Emerging ARTD Category » Sydney, Sydney Region - Position Overview: This Product Development Manager role plays a crucial part in the company's innovation efforts within the alcoholic beverage industry, responsible for overseeing new product initiatives, reformulations, and the application of cutting-edge technologies. The candidate should bring a minimum of 5 years of product development experience and possess a strong educational background in food science, chemistry, or engineering. The successful candidate will ensure products meet the highest standards through chemical analyses, production trials, and adherence to company and industry regulations, all while effectively collaborating with cross-functional teams and external partners. Fluent English and the capacity to manage multiple projects are essential, with up to 10% travel required. Focus, Scope, & Impact: - Execute the product development pipeline initiatives for the Alcohol Ready To Drink (ARTD) portfolio: new products, reformulations and application of new product/ingredient/alcohol base technologies. - Provides expertise and recommendations of best practices for production of alcoholic beverage finished products during production trials with the plants or bottling partners, which includes consulting line managers as appropriate on milestones and general guidelines and proactively provides advice inside & outside Research & Development (R&D) community. - Performs chemical analyses using instrumental methods in order to determine the composition of samples and prepares samples and sampling plan for ingredients, intermediate or finished products, or other materials in order to perform analyses. - Design, develop, conduct and/or review experiments (e.g., laboratory or process experiments) to deliver new products; evaluate ingredient, product efficacy or claims; or evaluate new ingredients, materials, products or processes. Write detailed and accurate reports for projects and plant trials (e.g. equipment validation, evaluation of new processes) - Support pre-commercialization test runs to ensure production capability as needed. - Accountable for the product formulation aspect of the project delivery (Quality, timing & cost) - Able to manage and deliver on multiple projects simultaneously. - Able to make routine decisions independently. Consults line manager as appropriate on key milestones & general guidelines. - Able to resolve technical challenges linked to formulation, process, ingredient variabilities, scale-up. - Able to translate consumer test results and product sensory attributes into winning product propositions. - Able to identify areas of improvement on product development, process, and communication routines Experience 5 years successful experience in product development in the beverage industry Educational requirements / qualifications: Bachelor's degree or Post Graduate in food science, chemistry, engineering or related field. Functional Competencies: - Proficient - Food Science /Technology - Competent - Alcoholic Beverage Technology - Competent: Beverage Processing - Competent - System dynamic - Working knowledge - Marketing - Working knowledge - Alcoholic beverage regulations - Competent - Project management - Competent - Communication - Working knowledge - Sensory science / Consumer. Cultural diversity: - Fluent in English. - Additional language is a plus. Travel Requirements: Up to 10% Work Focus Development of prototypes at lab scale, following all good manufacturing practices to ensure safety. Production of samples in the pilot plant, including leading product stability assessments Filling accurately internal databases for stability tracking, formula database, project management tools Precise description of manufacturing conditions, following strictly The Coca-Cola Company (TCCC) guidelines and recommendations from R&D Microbiologist. Provide input of best practices for production of finished products during production trials, identifying ideal process and risks in case capabilities at the plant are not in place, with the support of manager and R&D microbiologist when applicable. Lead discussions on manufacturing instructions to plan trials and first productions with copackers, bottler, equipment supplier with support of line manager Work in cross functional team with Consumer Guidance to assure prototypes are developed leveraging science of taste. Be updated on the "New World of Risk" and take this into consideration in ingredient selection, formula and process design to ensure safety (eg. allergen management, micro risks, product and raw materials sensitivities). Be externally focused, helping to identify new partners, technologies and ingredients that can bring competitive edge and screen/assess them internally, with manager support. Continuous curiosity on competition activities and strategy and trends in the category, identifying growth opportunities with the support of manager. Strictly follows and understands good lab practice (5S) and internal procedures, following as a principle "safety first" in all that we do. Communication Focus Clear communication between R&D and the project team (project status, communicate potential issues, potential hurdles) with the support of the category manager as appropriate. Proactively provides advice within R&D community and project stakeholders Develop and maintain internal and external network in area of responsibility. Cultivate good relationship with Marketing, Technical and Supply Chain functions, locally and globally. Skills: organization; Compliance; Six Sigma; ISO 14000; ISO 18000; Microsoft Office; Troubleshooting; Project Management We are an Equal Opportunity Employer and do not discriminate against any employee or applicant for employment because of race, color, sex, age, national origin, religion, sexual orientation, gender identity and/or expression, status as a veteran, and basis of disability or any other federal, state or local protected class. • Fri, 23 FebThe Coca-Cola Company
Health Coach (Dietitian) » Townsville Region, Queensland - Job details Position status Permanent Position type Flexible full-time Occupational group Health - Health Service Support Classification PO3 Workplace Location Townsville region Job ad reference QLD/545706/24 Closing date 04-Mar-2024 Yearly salary Fortnightly salary Total remuneration Salary Other Job duration Contact person Deb Elston Contact details Mobile: 0477 110 093 Access the National Relay Service The core capability requirements for this role are: Develop and conduct evidence based physical health screening on QPS staff as part of Queensland Police Service's Corporate Health Program (HealthStart) including interpretation of health assessment outcomes and management of possible contraindications Design, implement and evaluate complex health and wellbeing projects within set timeframes and budget, individually or within a multidisciplinary team environment. Self-manage workload to deliver professional level nutrition and dietetic services to QPS members within a multidisciplinary team environment, in accordance with professional and ethical standards Provide professional advice to influence the decision makers including Senior Management and peers, especially in the monitoring, development, and delivery of complex specialist programs Provide independent professional consultancy services to QPS member, industry representatives and other stakeholders to assist with overall wellbeing of members Prepare complex reports using the analysis of data gathered to inform the evaluation of programs and strategies delivered at state-wide and local geographic locations Develop and conduct presentations, seminars and training programs and design and implement educational strategies for a diverse range of clients, including Senior Management Work closely with the various Safety and Wellbeing teams and the leadership team members on a range of activities to enable a coordinated and informed approach to the delivery of wellbeing services to the QPS Role Requirements: Mandatory: Current First Aid Certificate Qualification: Possession of a degree in Nutrition or Dietetics from a recognised tertiary institution, or equivalent qualifications from a tertiary institution Technical/Operational/Educational Experience: Nil Other: Possession of a C Class Drivers Licence is desirable 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. 545706-24-Role Profile (Word, 5.15MB) 545706-24- Applicant Guide non-Police - August 2023 (Word, 226KB) • Fri, 23 FebQueensland Government
Senior Consultant, Health Science » Melbourne, VIC - Job Description Senior Consultant, Health Sciences Inviting bright minds Do you want to push the boundaries... and people around the world. You will join our Environment and Health Business Unit As our new Senior Consultant... • Fri, 23 FebRamboll
Customer Care Consultant - Part-time- Remote » Queensland - , integrity, innovation, and transparency. As a Customer Care Consultant, you will play a crucial role in assisting families..., and advising on services that support independent living at home, along with short-term and long-term care solutions... • Thu, 22 FebProbe
Senior Brand Strategist - Qual Culture Behaviour AI » Melbourne, Melbourne Region - This exciting Strategy Consultancy holistically explores culture, decodes behaviour and mines data at scale, to shine a big, bright light on change. The world is changing faster the ever. How does change affect Australians and what matters to them? How do brands evolve to stay relevant, meaningful and get ahead? This exciting Strategy Consultancy holistically explores culture, decodes behaviour and mines data at scale, to shine a big, beautiful, bright light on change. Harnessing Culture Behaviour Technology We’re looking for a passionate insights-led strategist. With experience of qualitative research methodologies in a commercial consulting firm. Able to stitch together insights ideas to craft strategy and tell inspiring stories. What you’re looking for are super intriguing marketing and business challenges You totally buy in to the idea that to truly understand what’s important to people you must explore culture (attitudes, beliefs, values, motivations) and behaviour (subconscious drivers unearthed by behavioural economics theories). The icing on the cake is bring tech-enabled so you can use machine learning to mine digital data at scale Project examples include : Brand (positioning, CVP and communications). Innovation (NPD, experience and journey mapping). Audience understanding (U&A and segmentations). For a mega client list of Arts, Sport, Entertainment, FMCG, Retail, Banking and Tech clients. Role responsibilities: Client facing role – building rapport and understand business Unpack client problems and design research frameworks Qualitative fieldwork – groups, workshops, ethnography, social media etc Integrate cultural insights, behavioural theory and big qual data Synthesising, analysing and contextualising data Create impactful strategies Deliver strategies in workshops, presentations, reports, videos and other creative means Our Ideal Profile: 4 years’ experience in insights led strategy/market research agency essential Applied qualitative research skills essential A keen interest in consumer behaviour Analytical and critical thinker Strong writing and communication skills Vibrant, energetic, excitable curiosity in the world and people Passionate about using insights to create amazing marketing, brand, innovation and experience outcomes. Culture & Benefits: 50 national independent national consultancy – diverse, empathetic, busy, immersed and totally engaged in really intriguing marketing and business challenges Future-facing, tech-enabled and highly consultative Committed to a brighter future –B-Corp certified, Reconciliation Australia and progressive employee benefits, such as: Flexible working – additional leave for extra long weekends wellness days additional holiday WFH or office flexibility Heaps of social team events and community activities Progressive parental policies and other support systems Ongoing training and learning sessions to stimulate creative minds Send your CV to Gemma Lewis (Director, APAC) at Resources Group glewisresourcesgroup.com or call Gemma on 0452417265 for a confidential discussion about this role and other related opportunities. About Resources Group We are the Leading Global Talent Agency for Insights, Analytics & Data Strategy. Our consultants take the time to truly understand your career aims and are dedicated to providing tailored, impartial advice to find you the very best career move. We have access to an unrivalled and exclusive range of job opportunities with trailblazing agencies and blue-chips across Australia, NZ and APAC. Resources Group’s Diversity and Equality Policy determines that we submit applicants to our clients on the basis of merit and ability, regardless of race, colour, age, disability, family responsibilities, gender, marital status, nationality, religious or political views or affiliations, sexual orientation or socio-economic background. • Wed, 21 FebResources Group AU
Quantitative Account Director - Gold Class Strategic Insights » Melbourne, Melbourne Region - Arguably Australia's best and largest independent strategic insights consultancy is hiring Arguably Australia’s best and largest independent strategic insights consultancy is hiring If you work in marketing insights, then more likely than not, you’ve heard the name, seen their work, clocked all the awards, and are duly impressed. We can tailor the client portfolio depending on your interests. FMCG, Sports, Entertainment, FMCG, Professional Services, Local Council, Top 4 Banks, Superannuation; we have it all and can guarantee a variety of intriguing and challenging business problems The Opportunity: You’re currently operating at a senior level responsible for delivering exceptional client insights work but you’re starting to think what’s next. Where’s the next challenge and where is your growth opportunity? We can offer the space to stretch your wings with a high-profile client portfolio, line management, inspiring Directors, and uncapped opportunity for development. The agency has all the agility of an independent, but with the scale of a 60 national insights agency, well-structured, with multiple offices, internal design, people & culture, operations, and the best senior leadership team around to support your continual growth. Key Responsibilities: Champion amazing client relationships Bring gold standard thinking to quantitative briefs Smash it at client presentations and deliverables Become a trusted advisor to clients, clearly delivering on their objectives Manage a couple of amazing Senior/Consultants to help them grow Help to champion broader company and cultural initiatives Why this Consultancy wins: Purpose-driven, proudly B-Corp, and working in meaningful ways to have a positive impact on the community, the planet, and their team. Here, you get to work on the best client briefs, with the best people who feel empowered by the growth mindset, lots of formal L&D, vibrant collegial feedback culture, financial rewards and best in class employee benefits. Desired Candidate Profile: An expert in customised, consumer insights across industries Prior full-service, strategic insights agency experience essential Quantitative expertise Broad knowledge of Brand, Experience, Innovations projects An inspiring storyteller, facilitator, and presenter A commercial thinker who can see the bigger business picture An entrepreneurial, ideas person Previous experience in building teams and people’s careers Amazing Culture & Perks: Market leading salaries and bonus Up to 26 weeks of paid parental leave Up to 25 days holiday Flexible working here to stay Rich and varied annual learning programs Promotions purely based on merit and not annual reviews $120,000 - $140,000 SUPER Bonus If you’re looking for a business that will invest and commit to your future with long-term incentives, lucrative bonuses, and a growth path then this ticks all the boxes. Send your CV to Gemma Lewis (Director, APAC) at Resources Group glewisresourcesgroup.com or call Gemma on 0452417265 for a confidential discussion about this role and other related opportunities. About Resources Group We are the Leading GlobalTalent Agency for Insights, Analytics & Data Strategy. Our consultants take the time to truly understand your career aims and are dedicated to providing tailored, impartial advice to find you the very best career move. We have access to an unrivalled and exclusive range of job opportunities with trailblazing agencies and blue-chips across Australia, NZ and APAC. Resources Group’s Diversity and Equality Policy determines that we submit applicants to our clients on the basis of merit and ability, regardless of race, colour, age, disability, family responsibilities, gender, marital status, nationality, religious or political views or affiliations, sexual orientation or socio-economic background. • Wed, 21 FebResources Group AU
Senior Account Director - Future-focused Research & Insights » Sydney, Sydney Region - This business is a thriving independent insights and analytics consultancy. Great thinkers. Raw passion. Unafraid to disrupt and challenge. This business is a thriving independent insights and analytics consultancy. Great thinkers. Raw passion. Unafraid to disrupt and challenge their client’s thinking as well as their own. They enjoy the autonomy that independence affords – the ability to pivot, launch and deliver whatever solution works best. They love complicated but they deliver simple & clever – making life easy for their clients. They are firmly future-focused. They invest in innovation and leverage the latest technologies, frameworks and thinking. They are currently looking to recruit a Senior Account Director to work across a portfolio of clients within Consumer Tech, FMCG, Media and Financial Services. As a Senior Account Director, you will take the rein on accounts, driving client relationships, and delivering high-end research solutions, whilst managing a small team. The role is focused on ad hoc customised research solutions giving you plenty of variety across brands, experience, innovation and much much more. So, what will you need? A career crafted in market research, insights and strategy Prior market research agency/or combined in-house experience A challenger mentality – you are a contributor, not a passenger Strong commercial skills and the ability to spot opportunities for your clients The ability to inspire, coach and excite junior researchers All this is packaged with a bright modern workspace with state-of-the-art facilities, a progressive flexibility policy, a hybrid work model, additional annual leave, generous parental leave, best-in-industry training, mentoring and coaching and a fun and supportive culture. To apply please send your CV to Rowan Haylett at rhaylettresourcesgroup.com or call Rowan on 0449880582 About Resources Group We are the Leading Global Talent Agency for Insights, Analytics & Data Strategy. Our consultants take the time to truly understand your career aims and are dedicated to providing tailored, impartial advice to find you the very best career move. We have access to an unrivalled and exclusive range of job opportunities with trailblazing agencies and blue-chips across Australia, NZ and APAC. Resources Group’s Diversity and Equality Policy determines that we submit applicants to our clients on the basis of merit and ability, regardless of race, colour, age, disability, family responsibilities, gender, marital status, nationality, religious or political views or affiliations, sexual orientation or socio-economic background. • Wed, 21 FebResources Group AU
Senior Research Consultant - Strategic Insights Consultancy » Melbourne, Melbourne Region - Our client is an independent strategic insights consultancy that stands at the intersection of data and decision-making. Our client is an independent strategic insights consultancy that stands at the intersection of data and decision-making. With a strong commitment to consumer evidence, they empower a diverse range of businesses to flourish, uncover their competitive edge, and make pivotal choices with unwavering confidence. They build brands. They optimise products. They orchestrate amazing customer experiences. Currently looking to hire a driven and ambitious Senior Consultant, this is the perfect opportunity to put yourself in the driving seat and fast-track your career. As a Senior Consultant, you will dive into hands-on activities such as data analysis, report and presentation development, and delivery. You will be the primary point of contact for clients, addressing project queries and liaising with them on broader matters as needed. With a robust and supportive team structure backing you, you'll refine your skills in the art of insights work and play a central role in solving your client's business challenges. The day-to-day: Driving day-to-day client management, including client work-in-progress updates, and fulfilling client requests. Driving project setup and the development of questionnaires. Analysing data and delivering meticulously crafted reports tailored to meet the client's business objectives. Leading presentations and facilitating discussions with key stakeholders. Providing support to seniors in planning and executing new business initiatives. About you: 3-5 years of market research experience Possess exceptional problem-solving skills and an innate curiosity about understanding consumer behaviour. Proven track record of project delivery and leadership Strong skills in data analysis and storytelling Excellent client and account handling skills In return: Industry-leading training and development Flexible working. 40% office-based, 60% from where works for you. Additional leave and the option to swap out public holidays. Merit-based pay increased – no need to wait for review cycles. Generous bonuses Best in-market parental leave policy Health and well-being initiatives So, if you are looking to fast-track your career then please send your CV to Rowan Haylett at rhaylettresourcesgroup.com or call Rowan at 61449880582. About Resources Group We are the Leading Global Talent Agency for Insights, Analytics & Data Strategy. Our consultants take the time to truly understand your career aims and are dedicated to providing tailored, impartial advice to find you the very best career move. We have access to an unrivalled and exclusive range of job opportunities with trailblazing agencies and blue-chips across Australia, NZ and APAC. Resources Group’s Diversity and Equality Policy determines that we submit applicants to our clients on the basis of merit and ability, regardless of race, colour, age, disability, family responsibilities, gender, marital status, nationality, religious or political views or affiliations, sexual orientation or socio-economic background. • Wed, 21 FebResources Group AU
Senior Research Consultant - Strategic Insights Consultancy » Melbourne, VIC - Job description Our client is an independent strategic insights consultancy that stands at the intersection of data... amazing customer experiences. Currently looking to hire a driven and ambitious Senior Consultant, this is the perfect... • Wed, 21 FebResources Group
Senior Research Consultant - Put discovery into action » Melbourne, VIC - Job description Master’s at distilling complex data into simple, understandable insights, this leading independent... business decisions with confidence. They currently seeking a talented and driven Senior Consultant to join the team... • Wed, 21 FebResources Group
CMR Cardiology Consultant, SALHN » Adelaide, SA - : $224,228 - $295,452 (pro rata, Subject to Private Practice Arrangements) MD02 - Consultant | Ongoing Contract - Part Time 7.5 hours p....w. Flinders Medical Centre is looking for a Cardiology Consultant to join their department in an ongoing role! About the Role... • Wed, 21 FebSA Health
Health Coach (Dietitian) » Townsville, Townsville Region - The core capability requirements for this role are: Develop and conduct evidence based physical health screening on QPS staff as part of Queensland Police Service's Corporate Health Program (HealthStart) including interpretation of health assessment outcomes and management of possible contraindications Design, implement and evaluate complex health and wellbeing projects within set timeframes and budget, individually or within a multidisciplinary team environment. Self-manage workload to deliver professional level nutrition and dietetic services to QPS members within a multidisciplinary team environment, in accordance with professional and ethical standards Provide professional advice to influence the decision makers including Senior Management and peers, especially in the monitoring, development, and delivery of complex specialist programs Provide independent professional consultancy services to QPS member, industry representatives and other stakeholders to assist with overall wellbeing of members Prepare complex reports using the analysis of data gathered to inform the evaluation of programs and strategies delivered at state-wide and local geographic locations Develop and conduct presentations, seminars and training programs and design and implement educational strategies for a diverse range of clients, including Senior Management Work closely with the various Safety and Wellbeing teams and the leadership team members on a range of activities to enable a coordinated and informed approach to the delivery of wellbeing services to the QPS Role Requirements:Mandatory: Current First Aid Certificate Qualification: Possession of a degree in Nutrition or Dietetics from a recognised tertiary institution, or equivalent qualifications from a tertiary institution Technical/Operational/Educational Experience: Nil Other: Possession of a C Class Drivers Licence is desirable Applications to remain current for 12 months.This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Australia License. • Wed, 21 FebQueensland Police Service
Consultant Radiologist » Epping, Ryde Area - Company description:As an organisation we have a clear focus on how we service and partner with our community, including our strategy of helping the community stay well when at home. Our reputation of community minded, inclusive and progressive is matched to none.Job description:The Role:Northern Imaging Victoria has multiple opportunities for suitably experienced Radiologists to join the team at Northern Health. Northern Imaging Victoria is the newest public medical imaging department in Victoria and provides a comprehensive and integrated service consisting of Diagnostic Radiology, Interventional Radiology and Nuclear Medicine/PET.Our services are based across multiple Northern Health sites, with a focus on acute and emergency imaging and intervention at the Northern Hospital Epping which serves the busiest Emergency Department in Victoria. Outpatient services are based at our new Broadmeadows Hospital imaging department with future expansion of services coming online at Kilmore Hospital in 2024 and Craigieburn and Whittlesea (Mernda) Community Hospitals in 2025. Our department is equipped with the latest medical imaging equipment and a best of breed RIS-PACS system. We are a friendly, supportive and progressive department with a strong focus on pursuing clinical and academic excellence.As a Radiologist with Northern Imaging Victoria, you will be part of a team delivering safe, high quality and efficient imaging and interventional services to referrers and patients of Northern Health as well as external referrers. This role requires broad general Radiology skills and additional expertise in a subspecialty area with completion of an appropriate fellowship. There is a preference for subspecialty expertise in Paediatric Radiology or Neuroradiology but all suitable candidates will be considered. This role commences in April/May 2024 or sooner with a requirement for availability on Mondays and Fridays (other days by mutual agreement). To be successful in this role you will have: Primary medical qualification (MBBS, MB BCh, MD or equivalent) registrable with AHPRA. Registration as a specialist Radiologist in Australia with AHPRA or have the ability to be registered with AHPRA with currency of practice and CPD participation. Ability to gain a Medicare provider number at Northern Health sites. Fellowship of the Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Radiologists (FRANZCR) in Clinical Radiology. Broad knowledge in all aspects of Radiology for safe and independent consultant practice including plain film radiography, CT, MRI, US, fluoroscopy and core procedural skills. Expert knowledge and experience in a subspecialty area with completion of a dedicated period of fellowship training. Demonstrated commitment to excellence in medical imaging service delivery. Demonstrated commitment to continued improvement and team work. Must have excellent written and verbal communication skills that enable the development of professional relationships across a broad range of people. Commitment to excellence in medical imaging, research and medical education including training of junior staff. Next Steps . . .If this opportunity sounds like the next step in your career, then we would love to hear from you. Please click on the 'Apply' button and follow the prompts. Please also submit a CGov credentialing application by following the instructions below. Please indicate in your cover letter your potential start date and availability to work on Mondays and Fridays. For further details, please refer to the Position Description or contact: A/Prof. Terry Kok, Director of Imaging via email (terry.koknh.org.au). Alternative contact person: Sophie Dodson, Operations Manager NIV (sophie.dodsonnh.org.au). Applications close 19 March 2024 Credentialing and Scope of Clinical Practice:All applicants must participate in the Credentialing and Scope of Practice process at Northern Health by completing the Credentialing and Scope of Clinical Practice application via the electronic credentialing system, CGov prior to interview.Click here to complete your credentialing application: CGov credentialing application link We offer:We offer a range of benefits to support and reward staff both personally and professionally, which includes: · Health and Wellbeing programs, including our ‘Thrive' program · Flexibility in the workplace and extra leave options and support · An inclusive and culturally safe space · State of the art facilities and campus partnerships · A commitment to ongoing professional development through our ‘Learning Labs' · Access to salary packaging, EAP and our online library For a glimpse of life at NH, click here. Work with us Northern Health is an equal opportunity employer and is committed to attracting and retaining a diverse workforce which reflects the community we serve. Applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, as well as applicants who are LGBTIQ, who have different abilities, or are from culturally and Linguistically Diverse Backgrounds are encouraged. All employees of Northern Health must comply with the health service's Staff Health / Workforce Immunisation procedure (as amended from time to time) together with any relevant State Government and Departmental directives. This requires all employees to be vaccinated for various diseases such as, but not limited to influenza and Covid-19. • Wed, 21 FebNorthern Health
Health Coach (Dietitian) » Townsville Region, Queensland - Job Description Position status Permanent Position type Flexible full-time Occupational group Health - Health Service Support Classification PO3 Workplace Location Townsville region Job ad reference QLD/545706/24 Closing date 04-Mar-2024 Yearly salary $90915 - $99066 Fortnightly salary $3484.80 - $3797.20 Job duration Contact person Deb Elston Contact details Mobile: 0477 110 093 Access the National Relay Service The core capability requirements for this role are: Develop and conduct evidence based physical health screening on QPS staff as part of Queensland Police Service's Corporate Health Program (HealthStart) including interpretation of health assessment outcomes and management of possible contraindications Design, implement and evaluate complex health and wellbeing projects within set timeframes and budget, individually or within a multidisciplinary team environment. Self-manage workload to deliver professional level nutrition and dietetic services to QPS members within a multidisciplinary team environment, in accordance with professional and ethical standards Provide professional advice to influence the decision makers including Senior Management and peers, especially in the monitoring, development, and delivery of complex specialist programs Provide independent professional consultancy services to QPS member, industry representatives and other stakeholders to assist with overall wellbeing of members Prepare complex reports using the analysis of data gathered to inform the evaluation of programs and strategies delivered at state-wide and local geographic locations Develop and conduct presentations, seminars and training programs and design and implement educational strategies for a diverse range of clients, including Senior Management Work closely with the various Safety and Wellbeing teams and the leadership team members on a range of activities to enable a coordinated and informed approach to the delivery of wellbeing services to the QPS Role Requirements: Mandatory: Current First Aid Certificate Qualification: Possession of a degree in Nutrition or Dietetics from a recognised tertiary institution, or equivalent qualifications from a tertiary institution Technical/Operational/Educational Experience: Nil Other: Possession of a C Class Drivers Licence is desirable 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. 545706-24-Role Profile (Word, 5.15MB) 545706-24- Applicant Guide non-Police - August 2023 (Word, 226KB) Job Closing Date 04 Mar, 2024 • Tue, 20 FebQueensland Government
Clinical Nurse Consultant (CNC2), Treatment and Rehabilitation Clinic - PPT up to 16 hrs / week - Justice Health Olympic Park / Surry Hills » Surry Hills, NSW - Employment Type: Permanent Part Time Position Classification: Clinical Nurse Consultant Grade 2 Remuneration...: $64.57 - $65.86 per hour plus superannuation Hours Per Week: 16 Requisition ID: REQ467342 Position Title: Clinical Nurse Consultant (CNC2... • Tue, 20 FebNSW Health$64.57 - 65.86 per hour
Principal Consultant Organisational Development » Australia - : $106,512 - $115,137 p.a (pro rata) - Temporary Part Time (up to 12 months) - ASO7 The Principal Consultant Organisational Development... Role The Principal Consultant, Organisational Development (OD) is responsible for the design, implementation... • Tue, 20 FebSA Health$106512 - 115137 per year
Consultant Radiologist » Melbourne, Melbourne Region - Reference Number: [[id]]:  [[title]]  Employment Type: [[filter2]]  Location: [[custJobl]]   About Northern Health:  As an organisation we have a clear focus on how we service and partner with our community, including our strategy of helping the community stay well when at home. Our reputation of community minded, inclusive and progressive is matched to none. Northern Health is located in the rapidly growing northern suburbs with projected growth the biggest in the state. With a booming, culturally rich and diverse community, and less than an hour’s drive from the CBD, Melbourne’s North is fast becoming the place to be  The Role: Northern Imaging Victoria has multiple opportunities for suitably experienced Radiologists to join the team at Northern Health. Northern Imaging Victoria is the newest public medical imaging department in Victoria and provides a comprehensive and integrated service consisting of Diagnostic Radiology, Interventional Radiology and Nuclear Medicine/PET. Our services are based across multiple Northern Health sites, with a focus on acute and emergency imaging and intervention at the Northern Hospital Epping which serves the busiest Emergency Department in Victoria. Outpatient services are based at our new Broadmeadows Hospital imaging department with future expansion of services coming online at Kilmore Hospital in 2024 and Craigieburn and Whittlesea (Mernda) Community Hospitals in 2025. Our department is equipped with the latest medical imaging equipment and a best of breed RIS-PACS system. We are a friendly, supportive and progressive department with a strong focus on pursuing clinical and academic excellence. As a Radiologist with Northern Imaging Victoria, you will be part of a team delivering safe, high quality and efficient imaging and interventional services to referrers and patients of Northern Health as well as external referrers. This role requires broad general Radiology skills and additional expertise in a subspecialty area with completion of an appropriate fellowship. There is a preference for subspecialty expertise in Paediatric Radiology or Neuroradiology but all suitable candidates will be considered. This role commences in April/May 2024 or sooner with a requirement for availability on Mondays and Fridays (other days by mutual agreement). To be successful in this role you will have: Primary medical qualification (MBBS, MB BCh, MD or equivalent) registrable with AHPRA. Registration as a specialist Radiologist in Australia with AHPRA or have the ability to be registered with AHPRA with currency of practice and CPD participation. Ability to gain a Medicare provider number at Northern Health sites. Fellowship of the Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Radiologists (FRANZCR) in Clinical Radiology. Broad knowledge in all aspects of Radiology for safe and independent consultant practice including plain film radiography, CT, MRI, US, fluoroscopy and core procedural skills. Expert knowledge and experience in a subspecialty area with completion of a dedicated period of fellowship training. Demonstrated commitment to excellence in medical imaging service delivery. Demonstrated commitment to continued improvement and team work. Must have excellent written and verbal communication skills that enable the development of professional relationships across a broad range of people. Commitment to excellence in medical imaging, research and medical education including training of junior staff. Next Steps . . . If this opportunity sounds like the next step in your career, then we would love to hear from you. Please click on the 'Apply' button and follow the prompts. Please also submit a CGov credentialing application by following the instructions below. Please indicate in your cover letter your potential start date and availability to work on Mondays and Fridays. For further details, please refer to the Position Description or contact: A/Prof. Terry Kok, Director of Imaging via email ( terry.koknh.org.au ). Alternative contact person: Sophie Dodson, Operations Manager NIV ( sophie.dodsonnh.org.au ). Applications close 19 March 2024 Credentialing and Scope of Clinical Practice: All applicants must participate in the Credentialing and Scope of Practice process at Northern Health by completing the Credentialing and Scope of Clinical Practice application via the electronic credentialing system, CGov prior to interview. Click here to complete your credentialing application: CGov credentialing application link Why work at the Northern Health? We offer a range of benefits to support and reward staff both personally and professionally, which includes: Health and Wellbeing programs, including our ‘Thrive’ program Flexibility in the workplace and extra leave options and support An inclusive and culturally safe space State of the art facilities and campus partnerships A commitment to ongoing professional development through our ‘Learning Labs’ Access to salary packaging, EAP and our online library  F or a glimpse of life at NH, click here.  Work with us Northern Health is an equal opportunity employer and is committed to attracting and retaining a diverse workforce which reflects the community we serve. Applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, as well as applicants who are LGBTIQ, who have different abilities, or are from culturally and Linguistically Diverse Backgrounds are encouraged.  All employees of Northern Health must comply with the health service’s Staff Health / Workforce Immunisation procedure (as amended from time to time) together with any relevant State Government and Departmental directives. This requires all employees to be vaccinated for various diseases such as, but not limited to influenza and Covid-19.  • Tue, 20 FebNorthern Health
Clinical Nurse/Midwife Consultant - Diabetes in Pregnancy » Adelaide, SA - services and programs. The Opportunity The Clinical Nurse/Midwife Consultant is responsible for the state-wide provision... within Women's and Babies Division to join us as Clinical Nurse/Midwife Consultant (RN3). Recruitment Drives Loading... • Tue, 20 FebSA Health$121537 per year
Consultant Radiologist » Victoria - for safe and independent consultant practice including plain film radiography, CT, MRI, US, fluoroscopy and core procedural...Reference Number: 42525: Consultant Radiologist Employment Type: On Going Full Time (FT) Location: Northern Health... • Tue, 20 FebNorthern Health
Paid Social Consultant- Sydney » Sydney, NSW - Are you a Paid Social Consultant wanting a change? Or an experienced Paid Social Specialist looking for a step up...? Want to join Australia’s largest and fastest growing independent agency, where your success and achievements... • Tue, 20 FebOnline Marketing Gurus
Quantitative Associate Director - Services and Retail » Melbourne, Melbourne Region - This is the place to head to in 2024 - One of Australia's best and largest independent strategic insights consultancies. This is the place to head to in 2024. One of Australia’s best and largest independent strategic insights consultancies. Be careful not to trip over all their many industry awards when you walk into their stylish offices They offer a very compelling home to grow your strategic insights career, recognized for their outstanding people and culture practices, innovative technology, and research approaches. Associate Director: Are you stepping up to be a leader of people, projects, and clients? We’re looking for a budding people leader, who will be responsible for managing and developing 1-2 amazing consultants. Growing in your insights craft by owning quantitative research projects end to end and guiding the team’s delivery, you’ll work closely with an amazing Director on the cultivation and growth of a killer client base. Additionally, there’ll be plenty of interesting and meaningful opportunities to work on wider company initiatives and thought leadership, to see you rise as a future leader in the business. Key responsibilities: Leverage evidence-based consumer insights to help businesses unlock growth – build great brands, launch, and optimize products and deliver exceptional experiences Build strong client relationships with Retail, Service, Banking & Social clients. Act as a strategic advisor able to ask question, advise on approach and deliver commercial insights. Contribute to compelling proposals Design customized quantitative research frameworks Weave in some qual Interrogate and synthesizes data Craft smashing deliverables Present compelling, strategic narratives to clients Be an awesome mentor to your direct reports and junior staff Candidate Criteria: We’d love to hear from you if you have c6 years experience in the market research/consumer insights industry. Agency experience is essential. You’ll be able to bring gold standard thinking to quantitative research programs from proposals to presentation. A depth of experience across creative concept testing, customer journey mapping, customer segmentation, U&A, pricing strategy, brand positioning and category strategy highly desirable. If you want to solve problems together in a super collaborative and high performing team, then there is no better agency. Interested? Please send your CV to glewisresourcesgroup.com or call Gemma on 61 (0) 452417265 for a confidential discussion about this role and related opportunities. About Resources Group We are the Leading Global Talent Agency for Insights, Analytics & Data Strategy. Our consultants take the time to truly understand your career aims and are dedicated to providing tailored, impartial advice to find you the very best career move. We have access to an unrivalled and exclusive range of job opportunities with trailblazing agencies and blue-chips across Australia, NZ and APAC. Resources Group’s Diversity and Equality Policy determines that we submit applicants to our clients on the basis of merit and ability, regardless of race, colour, age, disability, family responsibilities, gender, marital status, nationality, religious or political views or affiliations, sexual orientation or socio-economic background. • Mon, 19 FebResources Group AU
Senior Account Director - Fast-track to Director » The Rocks, Sydney - Arguably Australia's best and largest independent strategic insights consultancy is hiring Arguably Australia’s best and largest independent strategic insights consultancy is hiring If you work in marketing insights, then more likely than not, you’ve heard the name, seen their work, clocked all the awards, and are duly impressed. This role sits in one of their biggest teams managing a killer portfolio of FMCG, Media, Financial Services, and Technology clients on a variety of intriguing and challenging business problems. The Opportunity: You’re currently operating at a senior level responsible for delivering exceptional client insights work but you’re starting to think what’s next. Where’s the next challenge and where is your growth opportunity? Right here. We can offer the space to stretch your wings with a high-profile client portfolio, several direct reports, and uncapped opportunity for growth towards Director level. This agency has all the agility of an independent, but with the scale of a 60 national insights agency, well-structured, with multiple offices, internal design, people & culture, operations, and the best senior leadership team around to support your continual growth. Key Responsibilities: Lead a top performing team and help them grow both their people skills and technical capabilities Champion amazing client relationships Bring gold standard thinking to multi-method research briefs (quantitative leaning) Thrive on Brand, CX, customer segmentation, U&As, path to purchase/journey mapping, concept/product development and behavioural projects. Smash it at client presentations and deliverables Become a trusted advisor to clients, clearly delivering on their objectives Work towards team business targets Be a visible and clear senior leader across the wider business Champion broader company and cultural initiatives Why this Consultancy wins: Purpose-driven, proudly B-Corp, and working in meaningful ways to have a positive impact on the community, the planet, and their team. Here, you get to work on the best client briefs, with the best people who feel empowered by the growth mindset, lots of formal L&D, vibrant collegial feedback culture, financial rewards and best in class employee benefits. Desired Candidate Profile: An expert in customised, consumer insights across industries Prior full-service, strategic insights agency experience essential Quantitative leaning, or dualist with qualitative skills. Broad knowledge of Brand, Experience, Innovations projects An inspiring storyteller, facilitator, and presenter A commercial thinker who can see the bigger business picture An entrepreneurial, ideas person Previous experience in building teams and people’s careers Amazing culture & perks: Market leading salaries and bonus Up to 26 weeks of paid parental leave Up to 25 days holiday Flexible working here to stay Rich and varied annual learning programs Promotions purely based on merit and not annual reviews If you’re looking for a business that will invest and commit to your future with long-term incentives, lucrative bonuses, and a growth path then this ticks all the boxes. Send your CV to Gemma Lewis (Director, APAC) at Resources Group glewisresourcesgroup.com or call Gemma on 0452417265 for a confidential discussion about this role and other related opportunities. About Resources Group We are the Leading Global Talent Agency for Insights, Analytics & Data Strategy. Our consultants take the time to truly understand your career aims and are dedicated to providing tailored, impartial advice to find you the very best career move. We have access to an unrivalled and exclusive range of job opportunities with trailblazing agencies and blue-chips across Australia, NZ and APAC. Resources Group’s Diversity and Equality Policy determines that we submit applicants to our clients on the basis of merit and ability, regardless of race, colour, age, disability, family responsibilities, gender, marital status, nationality, religious or political views or affiliations, sexual orientation or socio-economic background. • Mon, 19 FebResources Group AU
Strategic Research Consultant - Shape the future of Australian brands » Melbourne CBD, Melbourne - One of Australia's best and largest independent strategic insights consultancies is looking for a Consultant for their Melbourne team. The Opportunity: Are you heading down an insights consulting pathway? With an open and curious mindset, you’re looking for a huge learning opportunity to soak up new business challenges, new research methodologies, tools, ideas, and skills across end-to-end client insights work. Offering a rich and varied annual Learning and Development program, in addition to a clear and supportive team structure, you’ll have all the support you need to fast track your career. Strategic work: One of Australia’s best and largest independent strategic insights consultancies. Not to mention multiple award winner Leveraging evidence-based consumer insights to help businesses unlock growth – build great brands, launch, and optimize products and deliver exceptional experiences You’ll thrive on the constant stream of commercial challenges - brand tracking, ad testing, and segmentation to U&As, path to purchase/journey mapping, and product/concept development. We’re talking Australia’s favourite brands from the challengers to the globals and across industries – tech, entertainment, education, FMCG, finance, retail, and sport Company and Culture: Award-winning national insights agency in top performing Melbourne HQ Market leading salaries plus competitive bonus 26 weeks paid parental leave Up to 25 days holiday Flexible working here to stay – 2 days with your team in the office Slick office with strong social community vibes Promotions purely based on merit and not annual reviews B-Corp certified with deep care for the people, community and environment Are we looking for you? We’d love to chat if you have c2 years of agency market research experience. A sponge for learning, a jump-er of opportunities, a lover of challenges, and totally up for the fun and pace of consultancy world Under the guidance of your line manager, you’ll be: Working directly with clients Designing customized quantitative research frameworks Playing an essential role on a variety of research trackers and ad hoc projects Using survey data to tell consumer behavioural stories Meshing primary and secondary data sources Building up your skills with stats packages like Q Flexing some qual muscles Honing the sophistication of your strategic thinking and story telling presenting skills Getting involved in B-Corp and cultural initiatives. Interested? Please send your CV to glewisresourcesgroup.com or call Gemma on 61 (0) 452417265 for a confidential discussion about this role and related opportunities. About Resources Group We are the Leading Global Talent Agency for Insights, Analytics & Data Strategy. Our consultants take the time to truly understand your career aims and are dedicated to providing tailored, impartial advice to find you the very best career move. We have access to an unrivalled and exclusive range of job opportunities with trailblazing agencies and blue-chips across Australia, NZ and APAC. Resources Group’s Diversity and Equality Policy determines that we submit applicants to our clients on the basis of merit and ability, regardless of race, colour, age, disability, family responsibilities, gender, marital status, nationality, religious or political views or affiliations, sexual orientation or socio-economic background. • Mon, 19 FebResources Group AU
Senior Consultant - Leading Independent Agency » Melbourne, Melbourne Region - Join this award-winning strategic insights consultancy& see your career leap forwards as you solve complex marketing problems for high profile clients Join this award-winning strategic insights consultancy and see your career leap forwards as you solve complex marketing problems for high profile clients in telcos, fmcg, finance, healthcare, retail, and social/government. One of Australia’s best independent insights consultancies, they are stepping into a new, exciting period of growth and are therefore on the lookout for top talent. Projects here are an eclectic mix, and you’d be pushed to find a more forward-thinking, future focused team. Their approach to problem-solving is brief-led, not methodology-led, meaning they work on tailored strategic ad-hoc projects and are always looking for new methods, new approaches, and fresh thinking. Projects might include (but may not be limited to) brand health, pricing architecture, segmentation, advertising effectiveness, customer experience, U&A's, comms testing, innovation, and new product development. As a Senior Consultant, you will quickly play a key role not just in the running of projects, but in mentoring more junior team members and lending your strategic capabilities to wider business questions as you move up the ranks. What they’re looking for: An established Senior Consultant level researcher or ambitious Consultant with strong experience running quantitative or dualist research projects from pitch to presentation A keen interest in brands and consumer behaviour Strong client comms and relationship building capabilities A strategic mindset and constant curiosity Problem solvers who love understanding the why, why and what's next Technical capabilities with analytical packages such as Excel, Q, SPSS Collaborative team players Brilliant salaries and fantastic perks (socials, flexible working, 2 lucrative bonus pools, designer office, training schemes, additional holidays etc) as well as unrivalled industry progression will be on offer for the right candidate. To find out more please contact Cat Biles at Resources Group on cbilesresourcesgroup.com Resources Group’s Diversity and Equality Policy determines that we submit applicants to our clients on the basis of merit and ability, regardless of race, colour, age, disability, family responsibilities, gender, marital status, nationality, religious or political views or affiliations, sexual orientation or socio-economic background • Mon, 19 FebResources Group AU
Senior Account Director/ Research Director » Brisbane, Brisbane Region - This is gold. Arguably Australia's best and largest independent strategic insights consultancy is coming to Brisbane. This is gold. Arguably Australia’s best and largest independent strategic insights consultancy is coming to Brisbane. If you work in marketing insights, then more likely than not, you’ve heard the name, seen their work, clocked all the awards, and are duly impressed. Already operating successfully in the QLD market, they’ve set their sights on expansion and this role would put you at the centre of everything as their founding hire in situ. The Opportunity: Do you have the drive and desire to establish and expand the Brisbane practice? It’s a golden ticket for a commercial insight strategist looking to carve out something of your own but with the backing of a thriving business and an existing client base. You could be a seasoned Director, or you could be stepping up to that level, as either way your success is ensured with the full support of the senior leadership team, resources, infrastructure, and brand clout. Why this Consultancy wins: A high-end strategic insights and consulting firm. They leverage evidence-based consumer insights to help businesses unlock growth – build great brands, launch, and optimize products and deliver exceptional experiences. Purpose-driven, proudly B-Corp, and working in meaningful ways to have a positive impact on the community, the planet, and their team. Here, you get to work on the best client briefs, with the best people who feel empowered by the growth mindset, lots of formal L&D, vibrant collegial feedback culture, and best in class employee benefits. Key responsibilities: Build on the current client base held in Brisbane Identify new business opportunities and convert leads to wins Oversee client partnerships and ensure success Confidently tackle complex, multidisciplinary market research briefs and business issues Triangulate, synthesise and interpret survey data to uncover commercial outcomes Weave together the commercial narrative to inspire clients to action Build and inspire a Brisbane team, investing in their growth and development Represent and build the brand presence in QLD Desired candidate profile: An expert in customised, consumer insights across industries Prior full-service, strategic insights agency experience essential Quantitative leaning, or dualist with qualitative skills. Well-networked in Brisbane Broad knowledge of Brand, Experience, Innovations projects A proven track record for driving commercial growth An inspiring storyteller, facilitator, and presenter A commercial thinker who can see the bigger business picture An entrepreneurial, ideas person Previous experience in building teams and people’s careers Amazing culture & perks: Market leading salaries and bonus Up to 26 weeks of paid parental leave Up to 25 days holiday Flexible working here to stay Rich and varied annual learning programs Promotions purely based on merit and not annual reviews If you’re looking for a business that will invest and commit to your future with long-term incentives, lucrative bonuses, and a seat at the leadership table, then this ticks all the boxes. Send your CV to Gemma Lewis (Director, APAC) at Resources Group glewisresourcesgroup.com or call Gemma on 0452417265 for a confidential discussion about this role and other related opportunities. About Resources Group We are the Leading Global Talent Agency for Insights, Analytics & Data Strategy. Our consultants take the time to truly understand your career aims and are dedicated to providing tailored, impartial advice to find you the very best career move. We have access to an unrivalled and exclusive range of job opportunities with trailblazing agencies and blue-chips across Australia, NZ and APAC. Resources Group’s Diversity and Equality Policy determines that we submit applicants to our clients on the basis of merit and ability, regardless of race, colour, age, disability, family responsibilities, gender, marital status, nationality, religious or political views or affiliations, sexual orientation or socio-economic background. • Mon, 19 FebResources Group AU
Consultant Physician -Nuclear Medicine » Victoria - View Position Position Details Reference Number 13886 Position Title Consultant Physician -Nuclear Medicine...; approximately 180 high and low care residential aged care beds, as well as 15 independent living units. Acute services, situated... • Mon, 19 FebCentral Gippsland Health
Paid Social Consultant- Sydney » Sydney, NSW - Job Description: Are you a Paid Social Consultant wanting a change? Or an experienced Paid Social Specialist... looking for a step up? Want to join Australia's largest and fastest growing independent agency, where your success and achievements... • Mon, 19 FebOnline Marketing Gurus
Senior Consultant - Leading Independent Agency » Melbourne, VIC - . One of Australia’s best independent insights consultancies, they are stepping into a new, exciting period of growth and are therefore..., U&A's, comms testing, innovation, and new product development. As a Senior Consultant, you will quickly play a key role not just... • Mon, 19 FebResources Group
Designer » Sydney, Sydney Region - Our mission is to become Australia’s premiere independent CRM/CX consultant, using best-in-class technology to solve complex business challenges. We’ve been the CRM space for over 26 years and are expanding our business to encompass new technology solutions to grow our capacity to serve a broader range of clients and provide them with deeply integrated customer experience technologies. Digital transformation is the name of our game, and we work with our clients to help them grow using a philosophy of strategy supported by technology. We need someone to help tell our story. CRM Strategy produces content across a range of channels, including web, social, print, video and more. We’re looking for a Designer with a strong background in corporate communication and branding who knows how to produce work that’s both creatively and technically outstanding. This is an amazing opportunity to get involved at a brand level and put a stamp on our look and communications. Duties will include reviewing current website, social and other digital assets, and reworking where necessary to deliver final graphics. Working with the Marketing Manager, you’ll design and deliver graphic elements to support campaigns, web, social and print-based activities. To be successful, you will need to have experience in designing for digital campaigns, together with a common-sense approach to managing concurrent projects. Working knowledge of common WordPress page-builders is a must. Designer Responsibilities: Review current design assets and work with the Marketing Manager to produce a unified brand-look Produce and maintain a style guide for the company Design and deliver branded document templates Ensure design elements consistent across all channels Create new graphic assets to support upcoming campaigns Create top and tail elements for video training and marketing projects Maintain the look of the website Create assets for social campaigns Desirable – Assist with limited animation or editing of video assets Designer Requirements: Visual storyteller Fluent with current AI generative tools Outstanding portfolio of corporate design work Practical understanding of image optimisation for web Minimum of 3 years’ related job experience Self-starter Be a critical thinker with strong problem-solving skills Ability to extract a brief from a range of stakeholders Exceptional time management and communications skills Able to work effectively in a fast-paced environment with the capacity to manage shifting priorities Understand current marketing and design trends The ability to manage multiple campaigns running at the same time • Mon, 19 FebCRM Strategy
Account Manager/Sales Associate » Sydney, Sydney Region - At CRM Strategy, we’re on a mission to become Australia’s premier, independent CRM/CX consultants, using best in class technology solutions to solve complex business challenges. To support strong recent growth, we have a newly created role for a pro-active and motivated customer focused individual to join the CRM Strategy team as an Account Manager/Sales Associate. As an Account Manager/Sales Associate, you will play an integral role in delivering high-level engagement to our existing clients across a combination of opportunity management, relationship management and project/initiative development activities, both independently and in conjunction with the management team. Primary Responsibilities: Undertake account management activities for a defined group of clients Building & maintaining collaborative & positive working relationships Document client business objectives and requirements across agreed timeframes & provide proactive ideas/concepts to assist in achieving these Work with technical staff to analyse, design & propose solutions to meet understood needs & timeframes Provide commercial offers for review & acceptance Work with the delivery team to schedule delivery activities in conjunction with client availability Monitor and oversee project work plans, ensuring customer experience remains positive, risks & issues are identified and escalated as required Achieve or exceed agreed revenue & activity targets Ensure all activity is captured in our CRM to support collaboration and reporting Undertake certification in the core technologies we utilise to establish familiarity and credibility with clients About You: To be successful in this role you will need to demonstrate prior success in similar or related positions, either selling or supporting sales teams in complex client engagements with multiple stakeholders. With a passion for CRM or sales & marketing automation technologies, you will display a commitment to delivering results and can demonstrate superior planning, communication skills and attention to detail. You exhibit a clear client-centric approach, and an ability to leverage your strong internal & external stakeholder relationships and problem-solving skills to deliver superior value to clients. If this sounds like the role for you, please submit your cover letter & resume to infocrmstrategy.com.au • Mon, 19 FebCRM Strategy
Clinical Care Coordinator » Muswellbrook, Muswellbrook Area - Clinical Care Coordinator - Calvary Muswellbrook Retirement Community Permanent Full Time Position Exciting Career Progression Opportunity Join one of Australia's Leading Not-for-Profit, Health, Community and Aged Care Providers About the role As the Clinical Care Coordinator you will coordinate and lead the care team in consultation with the facility Manager. You will ensure compliance with legislative and statutory requirements to enable us to continue to deliver a high standard of care and most importantly, a quality lifestyle for our residents. Working within a supportive and dynamic team, you will be provided with a challenging and diverse work environment, as well as an opportunity for you to contribute and make a real difference to the residential aged care community. We currently have a full time permanent opportunity for an experienced Clinical Care Coordinator for our facility in Muswellbrook Key Responsibilities Coordinate the delivery of quality clinical services in line with a resident centred model of care Maintain current knowledge and understanding of Aged Care Funding models Manage and provide efficient, effective and compassionate care planning and assessment Coordinate the availability of medical stock and other health related supplies to ensure sufficient and adequate supplies About you Registered Nurse with current Registration with the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (AHPRA) A commitment to work within Calvary’s Mission, Vision and Values Demonstrated knowledge and understanding of the legislation governing the Aged Care Commitment to contemporary aged care nursing practice Ability to support a multi-disciplinary team Effective communication skills, oral and written Demonstrated alignment with the philosophy of resident focused care which supports dignity, independence and informed consultative decision making Why work for Calvary? At Calvary, our staff matter. Join our team, learn with purpose and drive positive impact in one of Australia’s largest healthcare providers across Public and Private Hospitals, Residential Aged Care and Home Care. With over 130 years’ experience and 18,000 staff and volunteers, we offer an inclusive and welcoming culture where you are valued, drawing on your own strengths, identity and background alongside a team of professionals who care for our patients, residents and clients. Your benefits: NFP salary packaging benefits, discounted health insurance and gym memberships Paid parental leave Professional membership to APNA, paid for by Calvary Training, development pathways and career opportunities Flexible hours that make sense for you Apply now to start your career in an organisation that is making a positive difference in the community. Please note the following: As part of the application process, you will be required to complete pre-employment checks which may include, but is not limited to reference checks, work rights, criminal history check, NDIS/WWCC/WWVP checks, and a health evaluation to ensure suitability for the role You will be required to provide evidence of immunisation as required for your role • Mon, 19 FebCalvary Retirement Communities Ltd
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Practice Midwife » Melbourne, Melbourne Region - Seeking midwife 3 days per week midwife for a busy obstetric & gynaecology private practice in Parkville. Women’s Obstetric and Gynaecology Specialists (www.womensogs.com.au) is seeking a highly motivated, organised and proactive midwife to join our team. Located at The Women’s in Parkville, we are a well-established private practice consisting of five female Specialist Obstetricians and Gynaecologists who work together as a team sharing patient care and expertise to provide 24-hour Consultant care for our patients. We also recently had a specialist gynaecologist join our team. Supported by four midwives and a small team of administrative staff, we aim to provide high quality care for our patients at all times. Currently we have a position available for a highly motivated midwife to join our team for 3 days per week - Monday, Tuesday, and Friday - with the opportunity to work additional days to cover annual leave. In our busy environment it is important to be a self-starter, who shows initiative and steps in to help out when required. Duties include but are not limited to: Patient guidance and support, expertise in both antenatal and postnatal areas Administration of Anti-D & performing CTGs Assist with minor procedures such as IUD insertions, wound care and removal of sutures Conducting independent antenatal consultations when doctors are busy or called away Arrange specialist referrals for endocrinologists, psychiatrists Review pathology and radiology results KEY SELECTION CRITERIA Availability on Monday, Tuesday, & Friday Current registration with AHPRA Knowledge of best practice in maternity services and ideally some gynaecology experience (this is not essential) Ability to plan and coordinate patient care and liaise with other midwives and doctors especially during busy periods Ability to manage competing work priorities appropriately, use resources effectively and complete tasks in a timely manner Demonstrated ability to communicate effectively with both patients and colleagues in a small working environment which demands strong interpersonal skills. Computer literacy and tech savvy with experience in Genie Solutions highly regarded (not essential) Midwife not expected to work independently but be part of a team in a private Obstetrician-led practice. We take all reasonable steps to ensure the safety of our staff and patients. Please include a covering letter & resume in your application. Any further queries, please contact us on 9348 1110. Please note applications will be screened upon receipt and advertising may close prior to the closing date. • Thu, 15 FebMedical Practice Jobs
EMR Business Change Consultant Support Officer » Adelaide, SA - Consultant (BCC) Support Officer supports the Business Change Consultants in preparation activities for activation of the Sunrise... is required. Some travel may be required May be required to work 24/7 rosters. Enquiries Tina Penniment Senior HR Consultant Phone... • Thu, 15 FebSA Health$66590 - 70968 per year
Human Resources Consultant » Port Augusta, SA - Whyalla, SA - Time - ASO5 The Human Resources Consultant Role An exciting opportunity is available for Human Resources Consultant... to join our dynamic People and Culture team with the Flinders and Upper North Local Health Network. As the Human Resources Consultant... • Thu, 15 FebSA Health$84522 - 94003 per year
Consultant ENT Surgeon » Rockhampton, QLD - Cancer Care Unit provides care for local patients, with state-of-the-art equipment and services. The Job The Consultant... As the Consultant ENT Surgeon, you will participate in the health service surgical outreach program for the provision... • Thu, 15 FebElective Recruitment
Nurse Consultant - Adolescent Transition Service » Adelaide, SA - opportunity exists to join us as Nurse Consultant - Adolescent Transition Coordinator. The Nurse Consultant -Transition... Adelaide CBD 29 Feb WCHN - An exciting opportunity exists to join us as Nurse Consultant - Adolescent Transition Coordinator... • Thu, 15 FebSA Health$121537 per year
Consultant/Senior Consultant, Central Adelaide Palliative Care Service » Adelaide, SA - facilities in the CALHN region. The Consultant provides clinical leadership and: Contributes to the provision of safe.... If you rely on the information on this site you are responsible for ensuring by independent verification its accuracy, currency... • Thu, 15 FebSA Health
Senior Consultant/Assistant Manager - BR » Sydney, NSW - Current Opportunity: An exciting opportunity exists for a Senior Consultant to join the Sydney Business Restructuring... and preparing independent business reviews, safe harbour reviews and associated proposals Reporting to lenders and creditors... • Thu, 15 FebBDO
RN3 Nurse Consultant » Port Pirie, SA - Overview An exciting opportunity is available for an RN3 Nurse Consultant to join our dedicated Community Mental Health (MH... Nurse Consultant, you will contribute to the improvement of high quality, safe mental health services and provide clinical... • Thu, 15 FebSA Health$121537 - 126970 per year
Cyber Security Analyst » Perth, Perth Region - Be part of an innovative, forward-thinking Security Operations team that is committed to excellence. CyberCX is Australia’s leading independent cyber security consultancy organisation. To support our rapid growth, we are looking for motivated and passionate Security Analysts. In this role, you’ll work with your team to deliver great client outcomes and grow your career rapidly as a cyber security professional. We’re looking for candidates that have a sound and relevant technical background. You don’t need extensive experience in security, but a passion to learn, a great attitude, and a keen interest in security is essential. You will receive formal and on the job training that will help you grow your career in the cyber security field. Key responsibilities: Technical analysis of alerts and data from security products including (but not limited to) SIEMs, Intrusion detection and prevention systems, end point security solutions, web proxies and network security devices, and vulnerability scanning and management systems Incident response, including liaising with customers and their ICT operations staff Vulnerability analysis including triaging vulnerabilities and advising on associated remediation activities. Taking on a wide variety of security operations tasks on an as needed basis. About you: Ideally 2 years’ experience or equivalent knowledge in Security Operations or an ICT technical team A general technical understanding of contemporary ICT technologies achieved through real world experience (experience in system administration, network administration and/or software development all regarded highly) Solid analytical, conceptual, and problem-solving abilities Great written and verbal communications skills Passionate about growth and learning. You’re continuously finding ways to grow your skills through self-study, technical projects, CTFs and engagement in technical forums Programming or scripting experience strongly preferred, but not required Academic background in CS or IT strongly preferred, but not required Willing to take part in a rotation schedule and perform shift work What’s in it for you: Be part of an innovative, forward-thinking Security Operations team that is committed to excellence Extensive on-the-job training and certification support Continuous growth and professional development opportunities You will be surrounded by technical security specialists, including some of Australia’s best security practitioners About CyberCX CyberCX has united Australia and New Zealand’s most trusted cyber security companies to deliver the most comprehensive end to end cyber security services offering to enterprises and governments. With a workforce of over 1300 cyber security professionals and a footprint of over 20 offices across Australia and New Zealand and global presence in Europe and US, CyberCX offers a full suite of cyber security services. If you’re looking to continuously grow and to embrace disruptive methods and technologies to protect customers, submit your CV by following the “Apply” button. • Wed, 14 FebCyberCX
Employment Consultant » Hobart, TAS - Employment Consultant – Hobart & Surrounds Disability Employment Services In a typical week in... communication with employers as required. Provide required support to participants in employment to become an independent worker... • Wed, 14 FebCVGT
Business Change Consultant Patient Administration (PAS) » Adelaide, SA - Consultant uses specific subject matter expertise and knowledge to actively engage stakeholders and ensure successful adoption... of the Electronic Medical Record (EMR). The Business Change Consultant works as part of a team with other Business Change... • Wed, 14 FebSA Health$97022 - 102626 per year
Business Change Consultant - (Medical Imaging Specialty Multiclass RN/M3 - AHP3) » Adelaide, SA - Consultant - Medical Imaging Specialty Multiclass - Full Time / Term Contract up to 30 June 2024 $102,641 to $110,094 - AHP3... Change Consultant will use specific subject matter expertise and knowledge to actively engage stakeholders and ensure... • Wed, 14 FebSA Health$102641 - 110094 per year
Power Systems Consultant » Australia - opportunity for you to join our team as a Power Transmission & Systems Consultant! As a Power Transmission & Systems Consultant..., and be integral part of project with real impact on the world. How You'll Make an Impact As a Power Systems Consultant... • Wed, 14 FebSiemens Energy
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Senior Oracle EPM Consultant » Sydney, NSW - Job Description: DXC is the largest independent provider of Oracle consulting and managed services in Australia.... We are looking to employ an experienced Senior Oracle EPM Consultant on a permanent full-time basis located in Australia who would provide... • Tue, 13 FebDXC Technology
Health Coach (Exercise) » Cairns, Cairns Region - The core capability requirements for this role are: Develop and conduct evidence based physical health screening on QPS staff as part of Queensland Police Service's Corporate Health Program (HealthStart) including interpretation of health assessment outcomes and management of possible contraindications- Design, implement and evaluate complex health and wellbeing projects within set timeframes and budget, individually or within a multidisciplinary team environment- With professional oversight, inform health and wellbeing programs and initiatives to ensure best practise and self-manage workload to deliver professional exercise, fitness and musculoskeletal rehabilitation services to QPS members within a multidisciplinary team environment, in accordance with professional and ethical standards- Provide professional advice to influence the decision makers including Senior Management and peers, especially in the monitoring, development, and delivery of complex specialist programs- Provide independent professional consultancy services to QPS member, industry representatives and other stakeholders to assist with overall wellbeing of members- Prepare complex reports using the analysis of data gathered to inform the evaluation of programs and strategies delivered at state-wide and local geographic locations- Develop and conduct presentations, seminars and training programs and design and implement educational strategies for a diverse range of clients, including Senior Management- Work closely with the various Safety and Wellbeing teams on activities to ensure the coordinated delivery of contemporary wellbeing services and ongoing business improvement Role Requirements: Mandatory Current First Aid Certificate- Some intrastate travel is required Qualification Possession of a degree in Exercise Science, Human Movements or Sports Science from a recognised tertiary institution, or equivalent qualifications from a tertiary institution Other Possession of a current open 'C' class driver's license is desirable Applications to remain current for 12 months.This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Australia License. • Sat, 10 FebQueensland Police Service
Presales Consultant » Australia - ​ ​​ Presales Consultant Are you a highly motivated sales professional, with technical mindset... you’re a fit for Evotix? The primary objectives and responsibilities of a Presales Consultant includes: Sales... • Fri, 09 FebEvotix
Senior Manager - National Risk & Ethics » Sydney, Sydney Region - About BDO BDO is a trusted adviser to clients looking for audit, tax and advisory services. As one of the world’s leading audit and accounting organisations, we have clients of all types and sizes across an array of industry sectors. Our values are at the core of who we are and how we work with each other and with our clients. These values are the foundation of what we deliver, IDEAS | PEOPLE | TRUST. This is about delivering ideas and advice that create value; quality-driven people who are motivated by providing exceptional client service; and being trusted to get the job done. Learn more about BDO. Current opportunity As a Senior Manager in the National Risk & Ethics team you will use your analytical, research, investigative, organisational and communication skills to promote compliance with auditor independence rules and regulations as well as support the team in delivering on key independence, conflicts and ethics projects. Work closely with stakeholders within the business and colleagues in our Central Risk Team on auditor independence consultations and conflicts queries by applying the relevant auditor independence rules and regulations as well as internal policies and procedures. Experience applying auditor independence rules in relation to scope of services or personal independence or business relationships is required. Perform a management role in relation to assigned independence, conflicts and ethics projects. This will involve but not be limited to the following: Understanding the changes to policies, procedures, rules and legislation by attending webinars, reviewing exposure drafts and draft policies and procedures and providing input into and co-ordinating feedback in relation to the changes (standard setters, global, BDO locally) Project mapping of the current and future state to identify potential enhancements to existing policies and procedures or propose new policies and procedures based on changes Socialise project with relevant stakeholders Design and development or updating of existing tools, policies and process and socialisation thereof with relevant stakeholders Liaising with the Project Manager to formalise a communication and learning plan to educate stakeholders in relation to the project Assist with technical content development of communication and learning materials What you’ll need to succeed We are looking for a candidate with proven experience in understanding a revised auditor independence standard and implementing changes to reflect the revised provisions in the standard. You must have strong knowledge of independence rules and regulations. Combined with: Demonstrable experience in a similar role in a Professional Services firm Outstanding people leadership skills Hands on approach, willing to action day to day tasks to relieve pressure points for the team Ability to quickly get up to speed with internal policies and procedures relating to independence, conflicts and ethics Excellent project management skills and ability to multi-task across various projects Experience in drafting communication and developing learning modules What we will offer you This role is open to be based in any of our integrated offices in Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Adelaide or Perth. BDO offers professional development, collaborative culture, workplace flexibility, global career growth opportunities and an industry-competitive salary package. We are committed to building your technical, advisory, leadership, and management skills, and balance work with promoting health, wellbeing, workplace giving and social activities. At BDO, we want you to enjoy what you do and the community of colleagues and clients you work with. As a firm, we embrace an inclusive culture and value the difference and unique perspective of every individual. We are proud to be named an Inclusive Employer by Diversity Council Australia (DCA). For immediate consideration please click Apply. For more information please reach out to our Talent Acquisition Business Partner, Maria Aniceto via email bdo.com.au. Learn more what we offer at BDO. LI-MA1 IDEAS | PEOPLE | TRUST BDOCareers www.bdo.com.au/careers • Thu, 08 FebBDO
Senior Manager - National Risk & Ethics » Brisbane, Brisbane Region - About BDO BDO is a trusted adviser to clients looking for audit, tax and advisory services. As one of the world’s leading audit and accounting organisations, we have clients of all types and sizes across an array of industry sectors. Our values are at the core of who we are and how we work with each other and with our clients. These values are the foundation of what we deliver, IDEAS | PEOPLE | TRUST. This is about delivering ideas and advice that create value; quality-driven people who are motivated by providing exceptional client service; and being trusted to get the job done. Learn more about BDO. Current opportunity As a Senior Manager in the National Risk & Ethics team you will use your analytical, research, investigative, organisational and communication skills to promote compliance with auditor independence rules and regulations as well as support the team in delivering on key independence, conflicts and ethics projects. Work closely with stakeholders within the business and colleagues in our Central Risk Team on auditor independence consultations and conflicts queries by applying the relevant auditor independence rules and regulations as well as internal policies and procedures. Experience applying auditor independence rules in relation to scope of services or personal independence or business relationships is required. Perform a management role in relation to assigned independence, conflicts and ethics projects. This will involve but not be limited to the following: Understanding the changes to policies, procedures, rules and legislation by attending webinars, reviewing exposure drafts and draft policies and procedures and providing input into and co-ordinating feedback in relation to the changes (standard setters, global, BDO locally) Project mapping of the current and future state to identify potential enhancements to existing policies and procedures or propose new policies and procedures based on changes Socialise project with relevant stakeholders Design and development or updating of existing tools, policies and process and socialisation thereof with relevant stakeholders Liaising with the Project Manager to formalise a communication and learning plan to educate stakeholders in relation to the project Assist with technical content development of communication and learning materials What you’ll need to succeed We are looking for a candidate with proven experience in understanding a revised auditor independence standard and implementing changes to reflect the revised provisions in the standard. You must have strong knowledge of independence rules and regulations. Combined with: Demonstrable experience in a similar role in a Professional Services firm Outstanding people leadership skills Hands on approach, willing to action day to day tasks to relieve pressure points for the team Ability to quickly get up to speed with internal policies and procedures relating to independence, conflicts and ethics Excellent project management skills and ability to multi-task across various projects Experience in drafting communication and developing learning modules What we will offer you This role is open to be based in any of our integrated offices in Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Adelaide or Perth. We are also considering candidates to work remotely. BDO offers professional development, collaborative culture, workplace flexibility, global career growth opportunities and an industry-competitive salary package. We are committed to building your technical, advisory, leadership, and management skills, and balance work with promoting health, wellbeing, workplace giving and social activities. At BDO, we want you to enjoy what you do and the community of colleagues and clients you work with. As a firm, we embrace an inclusive culture and value the difference and unique perspective of every individual. We are proud to be named an Inclusive Employer by Diversity Council Australia (DCA). For immediate consideration please click Apply. For more information please reach out to our Talent Acquisition Business Partner, Maria Aniceto via email bdo.com.au. Learn more what we offer at BDO. LI-MA1 IDEAS | PEOPLE | TRUST BDOCareers www.bdo.com.au/careers • Thu, 08 FebBDO
Senior Manager - National Risk & Ethics » Perth, Perth Region - About BDO BDO is a trusted adviser to clients looking for audit, tax and advisory services. As one of the world’s leading audit and accounting organisations, we have clients of all types and sizes across an array of industry sectors. Our values are at the core of who we are and how we work with each other and with our clients. These values are the foundation of what we deliver, IDEAS | PEOPLE | TRUST. This is about delivering ideas and advice that create value; quality-driven people who are motivated by providing exceptional client service; and being trusted to get the job done. Learn more about BDO. Current opportunity As a Senior Manager in the National Risk & Ethics team you will use your analytical, research, investigative, organisational and communication skills to promote compliance with auditor independence rules and regulations as well as support the team in delivering on key independence, conflicts and ethics projects. Work closely with stakeholders within the business and colleagues in our Central Risk Team on auditor independence consultations and conflicts queries by applying the relevant auditor independence rules and regulations as well as internal policies and procedures. Experience applying auditor independence rules in relation to scope of services or personal independence or business relationships is required. Perform a management role in relation to assigned independence, conflicts and ethics projects. This will involve but not be limited to the following: Understanding the changes to policies, procedures, rules and legislation by attending webinars, reviewing exposure drafts and draft policies and procedures and providing input into and co-ordinating feedback in relation to the changes (standard setters, global, BDO locally) Project mapping of the current and future state to identify potential enhancements to existing policies and procedures or propose new policies and procedures based on changes Socialise project with relevant stakeholders Design and development or updating of existing tools, policies and process and socialisation thereof with relevant stakeholders Liaising with the Project Manager to formalise a communication and learning plan to educate stakeholders in relation to the project Assist with technical content development of communication and learning materials What you’ll need to succeed We are looking for a candidate with proven experience in understanding a revised auditor independence standard and implementing changes to reflect the revised provisions in the standard. You must have strong knowledge of independence rules and regulations. Combined with: Demonstrable experience in a similar role in a Professional Services firm Outstanding people leadership skills Hands on approach, willing to action day to day tasks to relieve pressure points for the team Ability to quickly get up to speed with internal policies and procedures relating to independence, conflicts and ethics Excellent project management skills and ability to multi-task across various projects Experience in drafting communication and developing learning modules What we will offer you This role is open to be based in any of our integrated offices in Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Adelaide or Perth. We are also considering candidates to work remotely. BDO offers professional development, collaborative culture, workplace flexibility, global career growth opportunities and an industry-competitive salary package. We are committed to building your technical, advisory, leadership, and management skills, and balance work with promoting health, wellbeing, workplace giving and social activities. At BDO, we want you to enjoy what you do and the community of colleagues and clients you work with. As a firm, we embrace an inclusive culture and value the difference and unique perspective of every individual. We are proud to be named an Inclusive Employer by Diversity Council Australia (DCA). For immediate consideration please click Apply. For more information please reach out to our Talent Acquisition Business Partner, Maria Aniceto via email bdo.com.au. Learn more what we offer at BDO. LI-MA1 IDEAS | PEOPLE | TRUST BDOCareers www.bdo.com.au/careers • Thu, 08 FebBDO
Senior Manager - National Risk & Ethics » Adelaide, Adelaide Region - About BDO BDO is a trusted adviser to clients looking for audit, tax and advisory services. As one of the world’s leading audit and accounting organisations, we have clients of all types and sizes across an array of industry sectors. Our values are at the core of who we are and how we work with each other and with our clients. These values are the foundation of what we deliver, IDEAS | PEOPLE | TRUST. This is about delivering ideas and advice that create value; quality-driven people who are motivated by providing exceptional client service; and being trusted to get the job done. Learn more about BDO. Current opportunity As a Senior Manager in the National Risk & Ethics team you will use your analytical, research, investigative, organisational and communication skills to promote compliance with auditor independence rules and regulations as well as support the team in delivering on key independence, conflicts and ethics projects. Work closely with stakeholders within the business and colleagues in our Central Risk Team on auditor independence consultations and conflicts queries by applying the relevant auditor independence rules and regulations as well as internal policies and procedures. Experience applying auditor independence rules in relation to scope of services or personal independence or business relationships is required. Perform a management role in relation to assigned independence, conflicts and ethics projects. This will involve but not be limited to the following: Understanding the changes to policies, procedures, rules and legislation by attending webinars, reviewing exposure drafts and draft policies and procedures and providing input into and co-ordinating feedback in relation to the changes (standard setters, global, BDO locally) Project mapping of the current and future state to identify potential enhancements to existing policies and procedures or propose new policies and procedures based on changes Socialise project with relevant stakeholders Design and development or updating of existing tools, policies and process and socialisation thereof with relevant stakeholders Liaising with the Project Manager to formalise a communication and learning plan to educate stakeholders in relation to the project Assist with technical content development of communication and learning materials What you’ll need to succeed We are looking for a candidate with proven experience in understanding a revised auditor independence standard and implementing changes to reflect the revised provisions in the standard. You must have strong knowledge of independence rules and regulations. Combined with: Demonstrable experience in a similar role in a Professional Services firm Outstanding people leadership skills Hands on approach, willing to action day to day tasks to relieve pressure points for the team Ability to quickly get up to speed with internal policies and procedures relating to independence, conflicts and ethics Excellent project management skills and ability to multi-task across various projects Experience in drafting communication and developing learning modules What we will offer you This role is open to be based in any of our integrated offices in Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Adelaide or Perth. We are also considering candidates to work remotely. BDO offers professional development, collaborative culture, workplace flexibility, global career growth opportunities and an industry-competitive salary package. We are committed to building your technical, advisory, leadership, and management skills, and balance work with promoting health, wellbeing, workplace giving and social activities. At BDO, we want you to enjoy what you do and the community of colleagues and clients you work with. As a firm, we embrace an inclusive culture and value the difference and unique perspective of every individual. We are proud to be named an Inclusive Employer by Diversity Council Australia (DCA). For immediate consideration please click Apply. For more information please reach out to our Talent Acquisition Business Partner, Maria Aniceto via email bdo.com.au. Learn more what we offer at BDO. LI-MA1 IDEAS | PEOPLE | TRUST BDOCareers www.bdo.com.au/careers • Thu, 08 FebBDO
Renewable Energy Policy and Regulation Consultant » Sydney, Sydney Region - Sydney, Australia Renewable Energy Policy and Regulation Consultant Competitive Renewable Energy Policy and Regulation Consultant Permanent role with lucrative salary package Career development, progression and learning opportunities Fast growing international consultancy firm Join a fast- growing consultancy firm in the renewable energy sector who are working across Europe, the US, Asia and Australia with over 1,500 employees dotted around the globe. As a Policy and Regulation Consultant, this opportunity will allow you to make a difference and impact in supporting clients with a technical understanding of policy and regulation and help enable clients to achieve measurable results and sustainability goals. You will work with energy companies, policy makers, regulators, investors, developers and investors. Be part of a team who are actively implementing change and shaping the electricity market. You will be part of an independent consultancy who are willing to bring their own point of view and support clients in delivering desired outcomes. Join a company who foster a diverse and empowering culture, believes and supports creativity and rewards innovation. RESPONSIBILITIES: Advising stakeholders on the wholesale market, costs and benefits, Retailer Reliability Obligation and incentivise dispatchable capacity. Competition in the wholesale market and how to improve the workability of competition in the market. Regulated retail tariffs and potential implications. Ways to better integrate distributed energy resources. YOU WILL HAVE: 1-3 years’ experience working with market bodies, government, regulators, government agencies and market participants. Previous experience advising electricity sector policies. Passionate about making a difference and helping clients address the challenges of the electricity sector. Relevant stakeholder management experience. Policy experience in NEM and the whole sale market. Previous consultancy experience is desirable. Analytical skills, qualitative and quantitative experience and articulate advice delivery effectively to clients. Brilliant communication and presentation skills and a collaborative team player. BENEFITS: A good work-life balance. Career progression opportunities. Market exposure and insight. Training opportunities. If you would like to hear more about this role or similar opportunities in the Renewable Energy or, then don’t delay, get in touch with me today Contact me at bridin.ryanjdrossenergy.com Policy and Regulation Consultant opportunity| Gain specialised market exposure|Join our rapidly growing international client- Don’t miss out • Thu, 08 FebJD Ross Energy
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Senior Software Asset Management Consultant » Canberra, ACT - has an excellent career opportunity for an enthusiastic and highly experienced Senior Software Asset Management (SAM) Consultant... both the commercial and government industries. What You'll Bring We're looking for an independent, proactive, highly... • Wed, 07 FebDatacom
Senior Software Asset Management Consultant » Canberra, ACT - has an excellent career opportunity for an enthusiastic and highly experienced Senior Software Asset Management (SAM) Consultant... both the commercial and government industries. What You’ll Bring We’re looking for an independent, proactive, highly... • Wed, 07 FebDatacom$150000 - 170000 per year
Secondary French Teacher - Independent Christian School » New South Wales - Job Description Tradewind are seeking a passionate and dedicated Secondary French teacher to join an independent, co... to our Consultant Share this job You know how people say, "come to me with solutions, not problems" ...we're not like that.... • Wed, 07 FebTradewind Australia
Senior Manager - National Risk & Ethics » Brisbane, Brisbane Region - Current opportunity As a Senior Manager in the National Risk & Ethics team you will use your analytical, research, investigative, organisational and communication skills to promote compliance with auditor independence rules and regulations as well as support the team in delivering on key independence, conflicts and ethics projects. Work closely with stakeholders within the business and colleagues in our Central Risk Team on auditor independence consultations and conflicts queries by applying the relevant auditor independence rules and regulations as well as internal policies and procedures. Experience applying auditor independence rules in relation to scope of services or personal independence or business relationships is required. Perform a management role in relation to assigned independence, conflicts and ethics projects. This will involve but not be limited to the following: Understanding the changes to policies, procedures, rules and legislation by attending webinars, reviewing exposure drafts and draft policies and procedures and providing input into and co-ordinating feedback in relation to the changes (standard setters, global, BDO locally) Project mapping of the current and future state to identify potential enhancements to existing policies and procedures or propose new policies and procedures based on changes Socialise project with relevant stakeholders Design and development or updating of existing tools, policies and process and socialisation thereof with relevant stakeholders Liaising with the Project Manager to formalise a communication and learning plan to educate stakeholders in relation to the project Assist with technical content development of communication and learning materials What you’ll need to succeed Demonstrable experience in a similar role in a Professional Services firm Outstanding people leadership skills Hands on approach, willing to action day to day tasks to relieve pressure points for the team Strong knowledge of independence rules and regulations Ability to quickly get up to speed with internal policies and procedures relating to independence, conflicts and ethics Excellent project management skills and ability to multi-task across various projects Proven experience in understanding a revised auditor independence standard and implementing changes to reflect the revised provisions in the standard Experience in drafting communication and developing learning modules What we will offer you BDO offers professional development, collaborative culture, workplace flexibility, global career growth opportunities and an industry-competitive salary package. We are committed to building your technical, advisory, leadership, and management skills, and balance work with promoting health, wellbeing, workplace giving and social activities. At BDO, we want you to enjoy what you do and the community of colleagues and clients you work with. As a firm, we embrace an inclusive culture and value the difference and unique perspective of every individual. We are proud to be named an Inclusive Employer by Diversity Council Australia (DCA). To submit your application please click Apply. Learn more what we offer at BDO. IDEAS | PEOPLE | TRUST BDOCareers www.bdo.com.au/careers • Mon, 05 FebBDO
CPAP Therapy Consultant » Nedlands, WA - a dynamic Retail Consultant/CPAP Therapy Consultant to join our O'Connor clinic. The primary goal of our clinic is to provide..., healthcare or sales environments Exceptional communication skills Independent clinic management capability Broad experience... • Sun, 04 FebAir Liquide
Qualitative Strategist - Behaviour Change Consultancy » Melbourne, Melbourne Region - This Australian independent Strategy Consultancy solves meaningful, purpose-led problems in disruptive ways. Agency profile: Progressive, ambitious and innovative. This Australian independent Strategy Consultancy solves meaningful, purpose-led problems in disruptive ways. Loved Australia and international brands within the technology, retail, services, NFP, and FMCG sector, trust them to provide the answers they need to grow and transform, for the better. B-Corp certified, they balance profit with purpose and are committed to making the world a better place. By asking questions in clever new ways, they give clients fresh insights and solutions to challenges. Method agnostics combine qualitative and quantitative principles with behavioural science, cultural insights, human psychology, and disruptive AI technology. Life within the agency: People are at the core of everything this agency does, and they’ve cultivated an environment that supports, empowers, and champions both the individual and collective. They deeply care about their team’s well-being and professional development. They have AMAZING benefits - additional annual leave, volunteering days, bright open planned offices, flexible working tailored around you, progressive parental leave, unlimited barista style coffee, fun social wellness initiatives, public holiday swaps, continuous investment into R&D, tailored development plans and quick progression. Qualitative Research Strategist: You’ll be involved in every element of projects, from briefs to designing research, managing fieldwork, analysis, write-up, and client presentation, with the seniors mentoring and supporting you every step of the way. You’ll further your qualitative toolkit by running IDIs, qualitative workshops, co-creation sessions and online communities. You’ll have the opportunity to partner with commercial and social clients, delivering insights that influence branding, service design, CX, communications, product development, innovation, segmentation, innovation, and marketing. You won’t just deliver your insights through a report; you’ll run workshops and co-creation sessions, make films, and deliver excellent presentations that bring everything to life You’ll work collaboratively, learning new ways of thinking from quantitative experts, strategists, marketing scientists, consultants, and cultural experts. The essentials: An inherent passion for understanding people, brands, and culture Prior qualitative research experience gained within a research, insights or management consultancy (2 years) Hands-on experience running qualitative research from interviews to workshops and online communities Natural ability to translate the complex to simple. Stellar communication skills and a desire to do well Quantitative research experience would be advantageous In return, you will be joining an energised, ambitious and entrepreneurially-minded team that combines insights with strategic know-how. To apply, please contact Emily Moser at Resources Group emoserresourcesgroup.com or call me on 61 449 172 882 for additional information. About Resources Group We are the Leading Global Talent Agency for Insights, Analytics & Data Strategy. Our consultants take the time to truly understand your career aims and are dedicated to providing tailored, impartial advice to find you the very best career move. We have access to an unrivalled and exclusive range of job opportunities with trailblazing agencies and blue-chips across Australia, NZ and APAC. Resources Group’s Diversity and Equality Policy determines that we submit applicants to our clients on the basis of merit and ability, regardless of race, colour, age, disability, family responsibilities, gender, marital status, nationality, religious or political views or affiliations, sexual orientation or socio-economic background. • Fri, 02 FebResources Group AU
Strategic Qualitative Research Specialist » Melbourne, Melbourne Region - Join an independent Insights & Strategy consultancy known for its progressive, innovative, and ambitious approach to solving complex brand challenges. Want to join an independent Insights & Strategy consultancy known for its progressive, innovative, and ambitious approach to solving complex brand challenges? Partnering with loved Australian and international brands across technology, retail, services, NFP, and FMCG sectors, this B-Corp-certified agency strikes a balance between profit and purpose and is committed to making a positive impact on the world. Methodology: This consultancy thrives on asking questions innovatively, offering fresh insights and solutions by combining qualitative and quantitative principles with behavioural science, cultural insights, human psychology, and disruptive AI technology. They’re unconventional thinkers who turn to the past and future to understand the psychology of now, and, love finding solutions that would otherwise be missed. Agency Culture: At the core of this agency is a genuine care for its people. Cultivating an environment that supports and champions individuals and the collective, the team is authentic, ambitious, and composed of smart individuals who are driven and eager to be part of something exciting. With benefits like additional annual leave, volunteering days, flexible working arrangements, and continuous investment in R&D, the agency is dedicated to the well-being and development of its team . Qualitative Research Specialist Role: Engage in all aspects of projects, from briefs and research design to fieldwork management, analysis, write-up, and client presentations, guided by senior mentors. Diversify your qualitative toolkit by conducting IDIs, qualitative workshops, co-creation sessions, and online communities. Collaborate with commercial and social clients, influencing branding, service design, CX, communications, product development, innovation, segmentation, and marketing. Work closely with in-house graphic designers, delivering insights through workshops, co-creation sessions, films, and compelling presentations. Collaborate with quantitative experts, strategists, marketing scientists, consultants, and cultural experts for a holistic approach. Essential Qualifications: Inherent passion for understanding people, brands, and culture. Prior qualitative research experience in a research, insights, or management consultancy. Hands-on experience running qualitative research, from interviews to workshops and online communities. Natural ability to simplify complexity. Exceptional communication skills and a desire to excel. Quantitative research experience is advantageous. To be part of an energized, ambitious, and entrepreneurially-minded team that combines insights with strategic know-how contact Emily Moser at Resources Group (emoserresourcesgroup.com) or call 61 449 172 882 for additional information. About Resources Group We are the Leading Global Talent Agency for Insights, Analytics & Data Strategy. Our consultants take the time to truly understand your career aims and are dedicated to providing tailored, impartial advice to find you the very best career move. We have access to an unrivalled and exclusive range of job opportunities with trailblazing agencies and blue-chips across Australia, NZ and APAC. Resources Group’s Diversity and Equality Policy determines that we submit applicants to our clients on the basis of merit and ability, regardless of race, colour, age, disability, family responsibilities, gender, marital status, nationality, religious or political views or affiliations, sexual orientation or socio-economic background. • Wed, 31 JanResources Group AU

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