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HV Mobile Plant Electrician » Kambalda East, Coolgardie Area - Discover a World of opportunity with Mineral Resources, a leading diversified resources company with extensive operations in lithium, iron ore, energy and mining services across Western Australia. With a focus on people and innovation, MinRes is at the forefront of the industry, building a sustainable future. MinRes is the fifth-largest iron ore producer in Australia, operating three owner operated iron ore hubs across Western Australia in the Yilgarn, Pilbara and Ashburton regions, sites include Koolyanobbing, Windarling, Parker Range, Iron Valley, Wonmunna. 2/1 Rosters, FIFO Perth, with some DIDO options available. Why join MinRes? Work on new and near new fleet owned and maintained by MinRes - 830E or Hitachi Electric Dump Trucks, along with Australias biggest range of hybrid Loaders. Modern workshops with specialised tooling. We invest in your career - training and development programs, inhouse and with OEMs. Above market average remuneration super bonus, employee share program, relocation assistance; Packages between $240,000-$265,000 depending on experience. Access to a range of employee and family benefits and discounts including paid parental leave, employee share program, discounted travel, gym, accommodation, health insurance perks and mental health support. Industry leading food with frequently changing menus designed by our MinRes executive chefs and modern site amenities. About You: You're an energetic team player with a high commitment to quality of work, safety and teamwork. Experience within mining or heavy industry environment is preferred HV Switching Ticket and WA Electrical License You will be required to provide a national police clearance (or willingness to obtain). If you're ready to be part of our dynamic team and shape your mining career, hit 'APPLY' now. Our recruitment team will guide you toward your future with MinRes. What to know more about MinRes? Employee Benefits; https://careers.mineralresources.com.au/benefits-of-mrl Careers at MRL; https://careers.mineralresources.com.au/home-page • Sat, 01 JunMINERAL RESOURCES LIMITED
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Lead Contracts Administrator » Karratha, Roebourne Area - Deliver a sustainable future with WA's landmark urea project Clough , as part of a joint venture, is delivering the Project Ceres urea plant, a landmark project for Western Australia. The plant will be the largest in Australia and one of the largest in the world, installing the most sustainable production processes. The project is expected to generate 2,000 jobs during the construction phase, whilst delivering sustained benefits to the local community through career, training and business opportunities. We are currently searching for a Lead Contracts Administrator to join our team on Project Ceres. Reporting to the Senior Commercial Manager, you will be responsible for leading the site contracts administration team, providing advice to site construction team on commercial and contractual matters, managing selected high-risk packages and ensuring subcontractor claims are adequately captured as part of Head Contract claims, upstream. This is a site-based position, either FIFO from Perth (20 days on / 8 days off roster) or residential for individuals living in Karratha or the surrounding region. Who we are Clough is a pioneering project delivery company that harnesses innovative engineering and construction solutions to improve peoples' lives today and tomorrow. Clough delivers high performing assets for the energy, resources and infrastructure industries, underpinned by a dedication to innovation, sustainability and getting the job done safely and efficiently. With a workforce of over 3,000 people across Australia and Asia Pacific, Clough's people are committed to delivering exceptional projects for its industries and communities, as a partner for a sustainable future. Together with our parent company, Webuild, we are delivering some of Australia's largest projects. Who you are Courageous. Motivated. Curious. Passionate. Creative. These are just a few words that describe you. Your focus will include: Assisting with the development, implementation and maintenance of head contract, subcontract, supply chain and risk strategy and procedures in line with SCJV and Clough Operating Standards. Negotiation and formation of subcontracts for key packages. Contributing to the development claims strategies relating to head contract issues and major subcontractor claims. Contributing to administration of all subcontracts to optimise earnings on project, particularly relating to contentious claims. Preparation of all claims and variations for the adjustment of compensation and time under the head contract and provide support and assistance where need for subcontracts. This includes ensuring that any conditions precedent and strictly adhered to. Liaison with Project Planners to ensure that all claims are fully demonstrated from a schedule perspective and comply with the requirements of the head contract and/or subcontract. Laison with inhouse and external legal teams as required in respect to any legal issues that will have a major impact on the project. Management and resolution of all claims with client and subcontractors / suppliers in accordance with Contract Formation and SCJV and Clough Operating Standards Partnering with project team to review and certification of head contract progress payment claims in accordance with the timeframes under the head contract. Providing commercial and contract advice and support to project team managing the head contract and any assigned subcontracts. Participating in project risk and opportunity reviews on a minimum monthly frequency that are relevant to head contract risks. Where required, participating in progress meetings with the client and assigned subcontractors to ensure all outstanding commercial and contract matters are dealt with in accordance with the time frames prescribed in the subcontract. Supporting management and liaising with the Insurance and Commercial Advisor to ensure all notifications of insurance claims or potential insurance claims are provided to Clough's insurance brokers. Assisting in the management any SOP claims that may be received from subcontractors. What you will bring to the team: 10 years of direct experience as a commercial or contracts advisor/manager on large value engineering and construction projects. Extensive experience in managing subcontracts within lump sum projects or projects which require extensive management of performance and delivery risk. Tertiary qualification in engineering, quantity surveying, law, construction management and economics (CM&E) preferred. Our benefits We have created an environment that brings out the best in our people. Clough's people enjoy industry leading benefits such as: Project site allowance. Exposure to a range of projects and industries across our operations. Mental health and wellbeing programs. Employee assistance program for employees and their families. Special offers on health insurance, salary packaging, banking, travel, groceries and more. A supportive team culture and environment. We're building a diverse workforce At Clough, we are committed to building a workforce that reflects the communities in which we work and live, fostering an inclusive environment that accepts every person, embraces their strengths and differences, and provides opportunities for all to achieve their full potential. We are a certified Employer of Choice for Gender Equality by WGEA, a WORK180 Endorsed Employer for All Women, a signatory of the Veterans' Employment Commitment, a partner of Pride in Diversity as LGBTQIA allies, an active member of CEOs for Gender Equity, and guided by our Reconciliation Action Plan, we are committed to providing meaningful training and employment opportunities to deliver positive outcomes for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples. Apply now to join us Once we receive your application, it will be reviewed for shortlisting. Should your application be shortlisted we will contact you. Please note: Clough reserves the right to commence the shortlisting process for this role immediately and the right to remove the advertisement before the closing date. Agency submissions will not be considered for this position. LI-BH1 • Wed, 12 JunClough Limited
Associate- Real Estate & Development » Brisbane, QLD - office towers, industrial facilities, build-to-rent projects, mixed use precincts and renewable energy projects Acquisitions... and disposals of assets of all types of property classes, including commercial, retail, industrial, residential and hotels Sale... • Wed, 12 JunAllens
Mobile Plant Boilermaker » Duffy, Weston Creek - Join the MinRes Mobile Maintenance Team Discover a World of opportunity with Mineral Resources, a leading diversified resources company with extensive operations in lithium, iron ore, energy and mining services across Western Australia. With a focus on people and innovation, MinRes is at the forefront of the industry, building a sustainable future. Opportunities are available for MEM Boilermakers across MinRes owner operated Iron ore or Lithium FIFO sites, and some client sites. Choose your work option- Choose your roster - 2/1 or 2/2 available. Live or work in beautiful WA, in the Pilbara or Goldfields region on well-maintained company owned fleet direct for a WA owned and operated company We offer Generous Relocation packages for eligible individuals or families. Salary Sacrifice flights for interstate FIFO Opportunities. New to industry opportunities for family members to join the MinRes family. Why Join MinRes? We continue to grow rapidly through the expansion of our Iron Ore and Lithium existing and new sites. Teamwork, safety and quality are core to how we work. Work on new and near new fleet owned and maintained by MinRes - heavy equipment from the major OEM's - CAT, Komatsu, Liebherr, and Hitachi. We invest in your career - training and development programs, inhouse and with OEMs. Above market average remuneration super bonus, employee share program, relocation assistance. Access to a range of employee and family benefits and discounts including paid parental leave, employee share program, discounted travel, gym, accommodation, health insurance perks and mental health support. Industry leading food with frequently changing menus designed by our MinRes executive chefs and modern site amenities. Various work sites and rosters including our owner operator sites (Wodgina, Mount Marion, Wonmunna, Iron Valley, Koolyanobbing, Windarling, Parker Range) and client sites such as Rio Tinto, Roy Hill and KCGM; opportunities for site/roster transfers and career advancement within one company. About You: Driven and motivated with a high commitment to quality of work, safety and your teammates. Want to be part of the MinRes growth and success. Experience within mining or heavy industry environment is preferred. Hold an appropriate qualification You will be required to provide a national police clearance (or willingness to obtain). If you're ready to be part of our dynamic team and shape your mining career, hit 'APPLY' now. Our recruitment team will guide you toward your future with MinRes. What to know more about MinRes? Employee Benefits; https://careers.mineralresources.com.au/benefits-of-mrl Careers at MRL; https://careers.mineralresources.com.au/home-page • Sun, 09 JunMINERAL RESOURCES LIMITED
Peer Worker (headspace) » Australia - Join an industry-leading provider in youth mental health and make a difference to the lives of young people headspace Bankstown has an exciting new position for a Peer Worker to join the team About the position: Closed-term part-time (60.8 hours/fortnight) until June 2025 Based in Bankstown Working between Monday and Friday Attractive hourly rates equivalent to $36.00-$38.60/hour 11% Super Tax-Free Salary Packaging About the Opportunity headspace provides early intervention mental health services to young people aged 12-25. The Holistic Youth Program (HYP) is a service stream of headspace and provides youth friendly, strengths-focused support to young people with, or at risk of developing, a serious mental illness that can significantly impacting their day-to-day work, education, social and/or personal life. As a Peer Worker with Flourish Australia, your own life experience of a mental health issue and personal recovery will provide a distinct advantage as you mentor and support people with lived experience of a mental health issue. You will be required to use this lived experience openly, appropriately and effectively to build professional relationships with the people you support that also have a lived experience of a mental health issue. On a day to day basis, you will: Connect with, support, build reciprocity, trust and shared experience with people who access our services. Guide and support each person in their recovery and be strengths, ability and possibility focused. Effectively model hope and recovery. Ensure that individual support is provided to a person that accesses Flourish Australia services that meet their recovery journey goals and is strengths based and led by the person wherever possible. Encourage shared learning experiences, and support skill development at every opportunity through self-directed learning, information and education. Flourish Australia is proud to have built one of Australia's largest peer workforces, a proven, strengths-based approach to mental health recovery. Peer work is a cornerstone of our services with more than half of our workforce having had a lived experience of a mental health issue. By applying personal experience in mental health, peer workers can empathise, support, and inspire people in finding their own path to recovery. For more information about what it means to be a Peer Worker with Flourish Australia, please review the • Sat, 08 JunFlourish Australia

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Lecturer in Industrial and Organisational Psychology » Australia - Offer Description Contribute to UWA's top-ranked psychology programs, enhancing education in Industrial... awarded PhD scholarships. The School is research intensive with internationally recognized expertise in Industrial... • Wed, 05 Jun
Peer Worker (headspace) » Bankstown, Bankstown Area - Join an industry-leading provider in youth mental health and make a difference to the lives of young people headspace Bankstown has an exciting new position for a Peer Worker to join the team About the position: Closed-term part-time (60.8 hours/fortnight) until June 2025 Based in Bankstown Working between Monday and Friday Attractive hourly rates equivalent to $36.00-$38.60/hour 11% Super Tax-Free Salary Packaging About the Opportunity headspace provides early intervention mental health services to young people aged 12-25. The Holistic Youth Program (HYP) is a service stream of headspace and provides youth friendly, strengths-focused support to young people with, or at risk of developing, a serious mental illness that can significantly impacting their day-to-day work, education, social and/or personal life. As a Peer Worker with Flourish Australia, your own life experience of a mental health issue and personal recovery will provide a distinct advantage as you mentor and support people with lived experience of a mental health issue. You will be required to use this lived experience openly, appropriately and effectively to build professional relationships with the people you support that also have a lived experience of a mental health issue. • Wed, 05 JunFlourish Australia
Plant and Equipment Supervisor » Karratha, Roebourne Area - Clough , as part of a joint venture, is delivering the Project Ceres urea plant, a landmark project for Western Australia. The plant will be the largest in Australia and one of the largest in the world, installing the most sustainable production processes. The project is expected to generate 2,000 jobs during the construction phase, whilst delivering sustained benefits to the local community through career, training and business opportunities. Clough is current searching for an additional Plant and Equipment Supervisor to join the Project Ceres team to assist in the planning, organisation, lead and control of all plant and equipment for compliance within the construction programme, ensuring maximum utilisation of plant and equipment. As Plant and Equipment Supervisor, will also supervise P&E teams and ensure that all company policies and procedures are adhered to, ensuring all maintenance and repairs are carried out in a timely manner, following all HSEQ requirements for the project in terms and ensuring safety, cost, time, quality, environmental, community targets are achieved. This back-to-back role wll be FIFO from Perth, or other major capital cities, or DIDO from Karratha and surrounding region. Who we are Clough is a pioneering project delivery company that harnesses innovative engineering and construction solutions to improve peoples' lives today and tomorrow. Clough delivers high performing assets for the energy, resources and infrastructure industries, underpinned by a dedication to innovation, sustainability and getting the job done safely and efficiently. With a workforce of over 3,000 people across Australia and Asia Pacific, Clough's people are committed to delivering exceptional projects for its industries and communities, as a partner for a sustainable future. Together with our parent company, Webuild, we are delivering some of Australia's largest projects. Who you are Courageous. Motivated. Curious. Passionate. Creative. These are just a few words that describe you. Your focus will include: Liaise, negotiate and manage relationships with subcontractors to ensure a high level of performance in terms of their Plant and Equipment (P&E) on the project and that it continues to meet project/site requirements. Minimise plant, labour and material costs to maintain/reduce budget. Ensure Plant Onboarding process and P&E registers are up to date. Manage defects reported on pre-starts, ensure pre-starts are being completed and recorded. Ensure that all quarterly inspections are been carried out on Clough and sub-contracted P&E. Ensure service and maintenance criteria are carried out to OEM standards and all breakdown and repairs are completed in a timely manner. Oversee roster management and backfilling for supervisors during their R&R. Foster sustainable working relationships with the project team, client and all external stakeholders (e.g., client, subcontractors, suppliers, unions etc.) to ensure all project deliverables are achieved. What you will bring to the team: Trade background qualification Heavy and Light plant & equipment. (Preferred) 3 - 5 years' experience. Knowledge of construction fleet operations, scheduling plant maintenance environment in a similar role. Perth & FIFO requirements Competent computer administration of asset management systems base and practical technical experience skills Good safety, health attitude and quality assurance culture. Strong communication skills Our benefits We have created an environment that brings out the best in our people. Clough's people enjoy industry leading benefits such as: Project site allowance. Exposure to a range of projects and industries across our operations. Mental health and wellbeing programs. Employee assistance program for employees and their families. Special offers on health insurance, salary packaging, banking, travel, groceries and more. A supportive team culture and environment. We're building a diverse workforce At Clough, we are committed to building a workforce that reflects the communities in which we work and live, fostering an inclusive environment that accepts every person, embraces their strengths and differences, and provides opportunities for all to achieve their full potential. We are a certified Employer of Choice for Gender Equality by WGEA, a WORK180 Endorsed Employer for All Women, a signatory of the Veterans' Employment Commitment, a partner of Pride in Diversity as LGBTQIA allies, an active member of CEOs for Gender Equity, and guided by our Reconciliation Action Plan, we are committed to providing meaningful training and employment opportunities to deliver positive outcomes for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples. Apply now to join us Once we receive your application, it will be reviewed for shortlisting. Should your application be shortlisted we will contact you. Please note: Clough reserves the right to commence the shortlisting process for this role immediately and the right to remove the advertisement before the closing date. Agency submissions will not be considered for this position. LI-BH1 • Tue, 04 JunClough Limited
Casual Community Support Workers (Mental Health) » Broadview, Port Adelaide Area - SACARE is a South Australian-owned and operated organisation leading the way in providing innovative in-home and supported accommodation care solutions to a diverse range of participants. Here at SACARE, we are seeking Casual Community Support Workers that possess the relevant skills, qualifications and experience to provide individualised care to our participants within home care settings who have high complex needs in all aspects of care, in particular Mental Health. About the role: Supporting NDIS Home Based participants who require psycho-social support services who show signs of mental illness and other Behaviours of Concern, you will be working across a specific roster for the individual participants based on their individual needs. You will be an integral part of the team, ensuring the day-to-day support is delivered to SACARE’s high standard of care. Duties include but are not limited to the following: Personal care Assisting with medication Community participation Deliver trauma-informed services Supporting with independent living skills Monitor and maintain accurate case notes Observe and record participants behvaiour and escalate where necessary Skills and Experience Hold a Certificate IV in Mental Health or higher OR Currently working towards a Bachelor of Psychology or similar qualification Ability to engage and support people with highly complex needs Current NDIS Workers Check Current DHS Working with Children’s Check Current First Aid certificate with current CPR Current Manual handling training Unrestricted Drivers License Through their eyes training Desirable skills are Experience: Previous experience working within the Mental Health Industry Mental Health First Aid Suicide Prevention training Benefits of working for SACARE: Plenty of work hours are available across a wide range of shifts. Options to move into permanent and stable work. We will work with you and your availability. Working for a nationally growing organisation where you will be in a great position to grow your career. Access to our health and well-being program (EAP) Working with an experienced team all working towards making a difference in the lives of the clients we care for. Opportunities to access further training and development This is a valuable opportunity for candidates seeking a vibrant and professional working environment, where their contribution is truly recognised and valued. “This is not a job. It’s a responsibility. If it were a job, you could work anywhere. You’re here to transform care and change lives. In return, yours will be transformed.” People are the centre of everything we do. Apply Now SACARE is committed to child safety, safeguarding and zero tolerance. We take seriously our responsibility to ensure the safety and well-being of all children, young people and adults we support. All applicants and employees must provide mandatory screening checks. Only applicants with Australian Working Rights should apply. Indigenous Australians and Torres Strait Islanders are encouraged to apply. • Tue, 04 JunSACARE
TAFE Sessional - Community Services » Seddon West, Maribyrnong Area - The position is located at our Footscray Nicholson/ Werribee/ Sunshine campuses Ample paid parking and close to public transport Sessional teaching role available About Us: Victoria University (VU) TAFE builds on Victoria University's proud 100-year history of excellence in the delivery of vocational education, providing you with tailored, work-based, and flexible courses. Graduates are equipped with both the technical skills and thinking abilities needed to adapt and evolve in a modern work setting. About the Role: VU TAFE is seeking expressions of interest for TAFE teachers within the Community Services Department to support our students develop their passions into a fulfilling career. Candidates must demonstrate current industry experience as: Mental health practitioner, or Youth Worker, or Community Services support worker An example of duties you may perform will include: Cert 4 Mental Health/ Youth Work/ Diploma of Community Services teaching: Preparing class content materials including case studies, problem-based learning scenarios, and delivering classes online and on campus at various locations Competency-based assessment and student evaluation including industry placement support Salary and Conditions of Employment: For the sessional teaching roles, the hourly rate payable is $86.90 per hour inclusive of 25% sessional loading plus superannuation. Conditions of employment will be covered by Victoria University's Vocational Teacher Enterprise Agreement 2019 About the Person: Our teaching team is looking for someone: Who possesses a TAE40116 or TAE40122 Certificate IV in Training and Assessment or TAE40110 with upgrade units TAELLN411 and TAEASS502 or can provide proof on enrolment in TAE40122 or upgrade With a qualification within the relevant sector you are applying for. With current Working with Children Check or be able to obtain With a minimum of 1 year working experience within the last 5 years in industry to be able to bring your knowledge and experience to the classroom With excellent communication skills and "can do" attitude With relevant skills in Microsoft office, databases and record keeping Current police check valid within 6 months or willingness to obtain one How to Apply: To submit your application, please click on the Apply Now button. Applications must include: A cover letter, with a written statement addressing why you would be suitable for the role Your curriculum vitae/resume, Evidence of all applicable qualifications, licences, and documents Applications close: Wednesday the 12th of June, 2024 at 11:59PM (AEST) Please contact Michelle Reilly, Manager Early Childhood & Community Services at michelle.reillyvu.edu.au for further information about these sessional teaching opportunities. Our Commitment to Protecting Country: Victoria University honours its deep diversity as a foundation for collaboration and social progress. We will demonstrate sensitivity in respecting First Nation perspectives. We will ensure that we respect our Indigenous voices and commit to sustainable Protecting Country. We will take leadership responsibility, in all that we do, to improve the health and wellbeing of our local and global communities, and the planet that we share. Victoria University is committed to inclusion, equity and diversity. VU encourages applications from women, gender diverse, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people and individuals from under-represented backgrounds in this field. • Mon, 03 JunVictoria University
Senior Organisational Psychologist / Assessment Specialist » The Rocks, Sydney - Company Description HireVue is the talent experience leader - accelerating the way organizations discover, engage, assess, and hire the best talent. Automating recruiter activities, HireVue connects companies and candidates anytime, anywhere. HireVue's text-enabled end-to-end talent experience platform includes video interviewing, assessments and conversational AI. HireVue has hosted more than 30 million video interviews and 200 million chat-based candidate engagements for over 800 pioneering customers around the globe. We are relentlessly focused on developing fair and objective hiring solutions to help our customers and their candidates, and we embrace this same focus of fair and objective hiring when we hire for our own team, striving to build a diverse and inclusive culture based on a foundation of respect and inclusion. The Senior Organisational Psychologist / Assessment Specialist (also known as Senior IO Psychology Consultant), Science Services works as part of the Science Services team. In this role, you will be responsible for leading complex projects spanning assessment design, analytics, and implementation. You will work with our global customers by developing and implementing data-driven pre-employment assessments and selection system design, consulting with our customers to demonstrate value and facilitate success. HireVue has a small remote based team in or around Sydney Australia who you will partner with frequently on APAC customer assessment engagements. You will also work very closely with team members in the US as the majority of HireVue's Science team is located in the US. It will be important to build relationships across countries and time zones. Essential Duties and Responsibilities Employ Organisational/IO Psychology knowledge, advanced research, and analytical skills to lead science aspects of multifaceted customer assessment projects Lead job analyses to identify assessments used in client selection solutions Establish and maintain a reputation as a dependable advisor, exerting influence on customers and contributing to strong partnerships Exhibit the ability to foresee and handle client needs while advising on scope adjustments as necessary Analyze complex information and distill key takeaways to communicate and present findings in a way that enables client stakeholders to make data-driven decisions and take action on results Become an expert on the platform, product, and tool usage, actively contributing to their advancement Participate in research and development initiatives to enhance our products, processes, and science implementations Seek diverse learning opportunities within and outside of HireVue and incorporate knowledge to drive self improvements and continuous improvement to science delivery at HireVue Disseminate discoveries, conclusions, and lessons learned to the team and leadership to enhance collective wisdom Provide guidance and education to team members on moderately complex subjects, bolstering collective growth Act as subject matter expert to support assessment-related discussions with Sales and Customer Success Teams Qualifications Masters or Ph.D. degree in Organisational Psychology, Occupational Psychology, Industrial Organizational Psychology or similar field (or equivalent education and experience) 7 years' experience with Assessments and Organisational/Occupational Psychology consulting Registration as a Psychologist preferred Experience with data analysis and visualization tools (R, Tableau, Excel, Charts) preferred Proven success in conducting analysis from both quantitative and qualitative data Knowledge of local EEO compliance and regulations on selection systems Excellent presentation and design skills, specifically written and verbal communication to technical and non technical, and executive audience Ability to utilize data to demonstrate ROI pre- and-post implementation Strong capabilities in building and explaining visual representation of data Additional Information HireVue is committed to equal treatment and opportunity in all aspects of recruitment, selection, and employment. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, veteran status, or any other category protected under the law. HireVue is an equal opportunity employer; committed to a community of inclusion, and an environment free from discrimination, harassment, and retaliation. All your information will be kept confidential according to EEO guidelines. • Mon, 03 JunHirevue
Recruitment Resourcer » Southport, Gold Coast - Fantastic opportunity for a Recruitment Resourcer to join our growing team Work closely with established healthcare providers Learn from the best About AHP Australian Health Professionals (AHP) is a leading Australian medical and healthcare staffing solutions company built on a longstanding history of successful partnerships with both clients and healthcare professionals From humble beginnings in aged care, we have rapidly grown into an established player in recruitment and staffing throughout Australia. We are leaders in Allied Health, Aged Care, Medical, and Nursing and with over 1000 employees across 4 offices and multiple client facilities across Australia About the role Working closely with the Healthcare Leader and Recruitment team, you will be responsible for maintaining already established relationships with hundreds of live jobs. Using your interpersonal skills to source allied and mental health professionals, manage their recruitment experience and building relationships with your growing candidate pool. We are looking for a driven and Resourcer to take on an already thriving recruitment desk This is a busy role that encompasses the full range of recruitment activities and will see you grow and develop into a fully-fledged Recruitment Consultant running your own desk within 3-6 months You have a exciting opportunity to collaborate bringing new ideas & concepts to the role & shape the future of our Healthcare division About you We are looking for someone who has a desire to support our valued clients in the healthcare industry including disability, mental health and return to work clients. Will need a track record of building strong professional relationships and be able to achieve proven KPI’s which will ensure you are successful placing candidates, progressing and making great commission for yourself . We need someone with the dedication to providing excellent care and integrity to both clients and candidates to continue our strong reputation We are looking for someone who is motivated to achieve and exceed their KPI's and targets The right candidate will be given all the support and training needed to ensure you hit the ground running This is a great opportunity for you to kick start your career as a recruiter, build your brand & grow this exciting recruitment desk Customer service is very important to us, so humility, compassion and honesty are traits we are looking for in the Resourcer that joins our team If you have a burning desire to be successful and will put in the hard work to be substantially rewarded, we want to hear from you The Gold Coast Team You'll be working with an experienced and thriving team of recruiters who will provide ongoing opportunities for learning and development, there is also monthly team incentives & the opportunity for annual international travel for top performers We also finish early on Fridays and you get a paid day off on your birthday Australian Health Professionals has grown significantly in just 8 years with over 1000 employees across Australia Come and work with a leader in the Healthcare space If you're interested in finding out more, please don't hesitate to reach out to Stephanie at eugeneaushp.com.au or on 0437 188 189 . • Sun, 02 JunAustralian Health Professionals
HV Mobile Plant Electrician » Duffy, Weston Creek - Discover a World of opportunity with Mineral Resources, a leading diversified resources company with extensive operations in lithium, iron ore, energy and mining services across Western Australia. With a focus on people and innovation, MinRes is at the forefront of the industry, building a sustainable future. MinRes is the fifth-largest iron ore producer in Australia, operating three owner operated iron ore hubs across Western Australia in the Yilgarn, Pilbara and Ashburton regions, sites include Koolyanobbing, Windarling, Parker Range, Iron Valley, Wonmunna. 2/1 Rosters, FIFO Perth, with some DIDO options available. Why join MinRes? Work on new and near new fleet owned and maintained by MinRes - 830E or Hitachi Electric Dump Trucks, along with Australias biggest range of hybrid Loaders. Modern workshops with specialised tooling. We invest in your career - training and development programs, inhouse and with OEMs. Above market average remuneration super bonus, employee share program, relocation assistance; Packages between $240,000-$265,000 depending on experience. Access to a range of employee and family benefits and discounts including paid parental leave, employee share program, discounted travel, gym, accommodation, health insurance perks and mental health support. Industry leading food with frequently changing menus designed by our MinRes executive chefs and modern site amenities. About You: You're an energetic team player with a high commitment to quality of work, safety and teamwork. Experience within mining or heavy industry environment is preferred HV Switching Ticket and WA Electrical License You will be required to provide a national police clearance (or willingness to obtain). If you're ready to be part of our dynamic team and shape your mining career, hit 'APPLY' now. Our recruitment team will guide you toward your future with MinRes. What to know more about MinRes? Employee Benefits; https://careers.mineralresources.com.au/benefits-of-mrl Careers at MRL; https://careers.mineralresources.com.au/home-page • Sat, 01 JunMINERAL RESOURCES LIMITED
HV Mobile Plant Electrician » Kambalda East, Coolgardie Area - Discover a World of opportunity with Mineral Resources, a leading diversified resources company with extensive operations in lithium, iron ore, energy and mining services across Western Australia. With a focus on people and innovation, MinRes is at the forefront of the industry, building a sustainable future. MinRes is the fifth-largest iron ore producer in Australia, operating three owner operated iron ore hubs across Western Australia in the Yilgarn, Pilbara and Ashburton regions, sites include Koolyanobbing, Windarling, Parker Range, Iron Valley, Wonmunna. 2/1 Rosters, FIFO Perth, with some DIDO options available. Why join MinRes? Work on new and near new fleet owned and maintained by MinRes - 830E or Hitachi Electric Dump Trucks, along with Australias biggest range of hybrid Loaders. Modern workshops with specialised tooling. We invest in your career - training and development programs, inhouse and with OEMs. Above market average remuneration super bonus, employee share program, relocation assistance; Packages between $240,000-$265,000 depending on experience. Access to a range of employee and family benefits and discounts including paid parental leave, employee share program, discounted travel, gym, accommodation, health insurance perks and mental health support. Industry leading food with frequently changing menus designed by our MinRes executive chefs and modern site amenities. About You: You're an energetic team player with a high commitment to quality of work, safety and teamwork. Experience within mining or heavy industry environment is preferred HV Switching Ticket and WA Electrical License You will be required to provide a national police clearance (or willingness to obtain). If you're ready to be part of our dynamic team and shape your mining career, hit 'APPLY' now. Our recruitment team will guide you toward your future with MinRes. What to know more about MinRes? Employee Benefits; https://careers.mineralresources.com.au/benefits-of-mrl Careers at MRL; https://careers.mineralresources.com.au/home-page • Sat, 01 JunMINERAL RESOURCES LIMITED
HV Mobile Plant Electrician » Australia - Discover a World of opportunity with Mineral Resources, a leading diversified resources company with extensive operations in lithium, iron ore, energy and mining services across Western Australia. With a focus on people and innovation, MinRes is at the forefront of the industry, building a sustainable future. MinRes is the fifth-largest iron ore producer in Australia, operating three owner operated iron ore hubs across Western Australia in the Yilgarn, Pilbara and Ashburton regions, sites include Koolyanobbing, Windarling, Parker Range, Iron Valley, Wonmunna. 2/1 Rosters, FIFO Perth, with some DIDO options available. Why join MinRes? Work on new and near new fleet owned and maintained by MinRes - 830E or Hitachi Electric Dump Trucks, along with Australias biggest range of hybrid Loaders. Modern workshops with specialised tooling. We invest in your career - training and development programs, inhouse and with OEMs. Above market average remuneration super bonus, employee share program, relocation assistance; Packages between $240,000-$265,000 depending on experience. Access to a range of employee and family benefits and discounts including paid parental leave, employee share program, discounted travel, gym, accommodation, health insurance perks and mental health support. Industry leading food with frequently changing menus designed by our MinRes executive chefs and modern site amenities. About You: You're an energetic team player with a high commitment to quality of work, safety and teamwork. Experience within mining or heavy industry environment is preferred HV Switching Ticket and WA Electrical License You will be required to provide a national police clearance (or willingness to obtain). If you're ready to be part of our dynamic team and shape your mining career, hit 'APPLY' now. Our recruitment team will guide you toward your future with MinRes. What to know more about MinRes? Employee Benefits; https://careers.mineralresources.com.au/benefits-of-mrl Careers at MRL; https://careers.mineralresources.com.au/home-page • Sat, 01 JunMINERAL RESOURCES LIMITED
Lecturer in Industrial and Organisational Psychology » Australia - Contribute to UWA's top-ranked psychology programs, enhancing education in Industrial and Organisational Psychology... scholarships. The School is research intensive with internationally recognized expertise in Industrial and Organisational... • Fri, 31 MayThe University of Western Australia$108509 - 128404 per year
Senior Organisational Psychologist / Assessment Specialist » Sydney, NSW - Senior Organisational Psychologist / Assessment Specialist (also known as Senior IO Psychology Consultant), Science Services... Organisational Psychology, Occupational Psychology, Industrial Organizational Psychology or similar field (or equivalent education... • Fri, 31 MayHireVue
Senior Organisational Psychologist / Assessment Specialist » Sydney, Sydney Region - HireVue is the talent experience leader - accelerating the way organizations discover, engage, assess, and hire the best talent. Automating recruiter activities, HireVue connects companies and candidates anytime, anywhere. HireVue's text-enabled end-to-end talent experience platform includes video interviewing, assessments and conversational AI. HireVue has hosted more than 30 million video interviews and 200 million chat-based candidate engagements for over 800 pioneering customers around the globe. We are relentlessly focused on developing fair and objective hiring solutions to help our customers and their candidates, and we embrace this same focus of fair and objective hiring when we hire for our own team, striving to build a diverse and inclusive culture based on a foundation of respect and inclusion. The Senior Organisational Psychologist / Assessment Specialist (also known as Senior IO Psychology Consultant), Science Services works as part of the Science Services team. In this role, you will be responsible for leading complex projects spanning assessment design, analytics, and implementation. You will work with our global customers by developing and implementing data-driven pre-employment assessments and selection system design, consulting with our customers to demonstrate value and facilitate success. HireVue has a small remote based team in or around Sydney Australia who you will partner with frequently on APAC customer assessment engagements. You will also work very closely with team members in the US as the majority of HireVue's Science team is located in the US. It will be important to build relationships across countries and time zones. Essential Duties and Responsibilities - Employ Organisational/IO Psychology knowledge, advanced research, and analytical skills to lead science aspects of multifaceted customer assessment projects - Lead job analyses to identify assessments used in client selection solutions - Establish and maintain a reputation as a dependable advisor, exerting influence on customers and contributing to strong partnerships - Exhibit the ability to foresee and handle client needs while advising on scope adjustments as necessary - Analyze complex information and distill key takeaways to communicate and present findings in a way that enables client stakeholders to make data-driven decisions and take action on results - Become an expert on the platform, product, and tool usage, actively contributing to their advancement - Participate in research and development initiatives to enhance our products, processes, and science implementations - Seek diverse learning opportunities within and outside of HireVue and incorporate knowledge to drive self improvements and continuous improvement to science delivery at HireVue - Disseminate discoveries, conclusions, and lessons learned to the team and leadership to enhance collective wisdom - Provide guidance and education to team members on moderately complex subjects, bolstering collective growth - Act as subject matter expert to support assessment-related discussions with Sales and Customer Success Teams - Masters or Ph.D. degree in Organisational Psychology, Occupational Psychology, Industrial Organizational Psychology or similar field (or equivalent education and experience) - 7 years' experience with Assessments and Organisational/Occupational Psychology consulting - Registration as a Psychologist preferred - Experience with data analysis and visualization tools (R, Tableau, Excel, Charts) preferred - Proven success in conducting analysis from both quantitative and qualitative data - Knowledge of local EEO compliance and regulations on selection systems - Excellent presentation and design skills, specifically written and verbal communication to technical and nontechnical, and executive audience - Ability to utilize data to demonstrate ROI pre- and-post implementation - Strong capabilities in building and explaining visual representation of data HireVue is committed to equal treatment and opportunity in all aspects of recruitment, selection, and employment. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, veteran status, or any other category protected under the law. HireVue is an equal opportunity employer; committed to a community of inclusion, and an environment free from discrimination, harassment, and retaliation. All your information will be kept confidential according to EEO guidelines. • Fri, 31 MayHireVue
Lecturer in Industrial and Organisational Psychology » Nedlands, Nedlands Area - Contribute to UWA's top-ranked psychology programs, enhancing education in Industrial and Organisational Psychology. Engage with industry partners and support research initiatives, enriching student placements and collaborative opportunities. Level B, full-time appointment on a tenurable basis Base salary range: $108,509 - $128,404 p.a. plus 17% superannuation School of Psychological Science The University of Western Australia (UWA) is ranked among the top 100 universities in the world and a member of the prestigious Australian Group of Eight research intensive universities. With a strong research track record, vibrant campus and working environments, supported by the freedom to innovate and inspire, there is no better time to join Western Australia’s top university. About the team The School of Psychological Science comprises over 40 teaching and research staff who deliver a world-class research and education experience to thousands of undergraduate and postgraduate coursework students. The School is also responsible for the research training of over 120 PhD students, many of whom have been awarded PhD scholarships. The School is research intensive with internationally recognized expertise in Industrial and Organisational Psychology, Human Factors, Social and Personality Psychology, Cognitive Neuroscience, Perception, Developmental Psychology, Clinical Psychology and Clinical Neuropsychology. The School runs a highly sought after APAC accredited Master of Industrial and Organisational Psychology course, which can be completed stand-alone or in combination with a PhD. In parallel with this course, the School also offers an internationally well-regarded Master of Business Psychology, as well as a condensed Graduate Certificate in Business Psychology. Teaching delivery modes are in-person, as well as interactive online. About the opportunity In this teaching-focussed position, you will substantially teach in to, and provide some leadership of, the Industrial and Organisational Psychology and Business Psychology postgraduate programs. This includes unit coordination (including some coordination of placements), placement supervision, teaching preparation and delivery (including marking), and potentially supervision of Honours, Masters, and PhD students. You will also be involved in some direction of the program, and contribute to the core service activities of the School and the University. About you As a dedicated academic with a doctoral or Master’s degree in Organisational Psychology, you will have a proven track record in high-quality teaching and curriculum development. Your strong industry connections, commitment to inclusive teaching practices and excellent interpersonal and communication skills are essential. You should hold (or be eligible to obtain) endorsement as an Organisational Psychologist, and hold Board Approved Supervisor status with the Psychology Board of Australia (or show eligibility to obtain this). To be considered for this opportunity, you will demonstrate: A doctoral degree in Organisational Psychology or a Masters degree in Organisational Psychology, with discipline-relevant experience. Record of outstanding contribution to high quality teaching or education in the field of Industrial and Organisational Psychology, and evidence of capacity to develop curriculum and a commitment to continuous improvement and enhancing the student experience. Evidence of Board Approved Supervisor status with the Psychology Board of Australia, or eligibility to apply for this status. Evidence of Endorsement as an Organisational Psychologist with the Psychology Board of Australia, or current participation in an Organisational Psychology Registrar program, or evidence of eligibility and intention to endorse as an Organisational Psychologist. High level of knowledge of psychological theories, models, and evidence-based interventions to solve complex organisational problems. Ability to relate well to staff and students at all levels evidenced by a record of effective teamwork and a proven capacity to work with diverse groups, ideally within and between Schools and in collaborative research or training partnerships. About your application Full details of the position's responsibilities and the selection criteria are outlined in the position description: PD - Lecturer in Industrial and Organisational Psychology 517502.pdf You are required to address the selection criteria in your submission in a separate document. For information to assist you with compiling statements to answer the selection criteria, please visit Addressing the selection criteria . You may also submit an additional statement (1 page max) outlining any personal circumstances which should be considered when assessing your application. Applicants who have experienced periods of academic/professional interruption or other relevant events can include a description of achievements relative to opportunity in this statement. Closing date: 11:55 PM AWST on Thursday, 20 June 2024 To learn more about this opportunity, please contact Professor Romina Palermo at Romina.Palermouwa.edu.au This position is only open to applicants with relevant rights to work in Australia. Application Details: Please apply online via the Apply Now button. Our commitment to inclusion and diversity UWA is committed to a diverse workforce and an equitable and inclusive workplace. We celebrate difference and believe diversity is fundamental to achieving our goals as a globally recognised Top 100 educational and research institution. We are committed to creating a safe work environment for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, women, people from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds, the LGBTIQA community and people living with disability. We have a globally competitive, gender neutral parental leave policy with 26 weeks paid leave after 12 months service and 36 weeks after 5 years. We have on-campus childcare facilities for children aged 6 weeks to kindy. We facilitate flexible working, with part-time and job-sharing arrangements considered. We have an ongoing partnership with Pride in Diversity and were recently awarded a Bronze Employer status for LGBTIQA inclusion. We have Athena SWAN Bronze accreditation and actively work to improve gender equity. Should you have any queries relating to your application, please contact the individual named in the advertisement. Alternatively, contact the Talent team at talent-hruwa.edu.au with details of your query. To enable a quick response, please include the 6-digit job reference number and a member of the team will respond to your enquiry. • Fri, 31 MayThe University of Western Australia
Lecturer in Industrial and Organisational Psychology » Perth, Perth Region - Contribute to UWA's top-ranked psychology programs, enhancing education in Industrial and Organisational Psychology. Engage with industry partners and support research initiatives, enriching student placements and collaborative opportunities. Level B, full-time appointment on a tenurable basis Base salary range: $108,509 - $128,404 p.a. plus 17% superannuation School of Psychological Science The University of Western Australia (UWA) is ranked among the top 100 universities in the world and a member of the prestigious Australian Group of Eight research intensive universities. With a strong research track record, vibrant campus and working environments, supported by the freedom to innovate and inspire, there is no better time to join Western Australia’s top university. About the team The School of Psychological Science comprises over 40 teaching and research staff who deliver a world-class research and education experience to thousands of undergraduate and postgraduate coursework students. The School is also responsible for the research training of over 120 PhD students, many of whom have been awarded PhD scholarships. The School is research intensive with internationally recognized expertise in Industrial and Organisational Psychology, Human Factors, Social and Personality Psychology, Cognitive Neuroscience, Perception, Developmental Psychology, Clinical Psychology and Clinical Neuropsychology. The School runs a highly sought after APAC accredited Master of Industrial and Organisational Psychology course, which can be completed stand-alone or in combination with a PhD. In parallel with this course, the School also offers an internationally well-regarded Master of Business Psychology, as well as a condensed Graduate Certificate in Business Psychology. Teaching delivery modes are in-person, as well as interactive online. About the opportunity In this teaching-focussed position, you will substantially teach in to, and provide some leadership of, the Industrial and Organisational Psychology and Business Psychology postgraduate programs. This includes unit coordination (including some coordination of placements), placement supervision, teaching preparation and delivery (including marking), and potentially supervision of Honours, Masters, and PhD students. You will also be involved in some direction of the program, and contribute to the core service activities of the School and the University. About you As a dedicated academic with a doctoral or Master’s degree in Organisational Psychology, you will have a proven track record in high-quality teaching and curriculum development. Your strong industry connections, commitment to inclusive teaching practices and excellent interpersonal and communication skills are essential. You should hold (or be eligible to obtain) endorsement as an Organisational Psychologist, and hold Board Approved Supervisor status with the Psychology Board of Australia (or show eligibility to obtain this). To be considered for this opportunity, you will demonstrate: A doctoral degree in Organisational Psychology or a Masters degree in Organisational Psychology, with discipline-relevant experience. Record of outstanding contribution to high quality teaching or education in the field of Industrial and Organisational Psychology, and evidence of capacity to develop curriculum and a commitment to continuous improvement and enhancing the student experience. Evidence of Board Approved Supervisor status with the Psychology Board of Australia, or eligibility to apply for this status. Evidence of Endorsement as an Organisational Psychologist with the Psychology Board of Australia, or current participation in an Organisational Psychology Registrar program, or evidence of eligibility and intention to endorse as an Organisational Psychologist. High level of knowledge of psychological theories, models, and evidence-based interventions to solve complex organisational problems. Ability to relate well to staff and students at all levels evidenced by a record of effective teamwork and a proven capacity to work with diverse groups, ideally within and between Schools and in collaborative research or training partnerships. About your application Full details of the position's responsibilities and the selection criteria are outlined in the position description: PD - Lecturer in Industrial and Organisational Psychology 517502.pdf You are required to address the selection criteria in your submission in a separate document. For information to assist you with compiling statements to answer the selection criteria, please visit Addressing the selection criteria . You may also submit an additional statement (1 page max) outlining any personal circumstances which should be considered when assessing your application. Applicants who have experienced periods of academic/professional interruption or other relevant events can include a description of achievements relative to opportunity in this statement. Closing date: 11:55 PM AWST on Thursday, 20 June 2024 To learn more about this opportunity, please contact Professor Romina Palermo at Romina.Palermouwa.edu.au This position is only open to applicants with relevant rights to work in Australia. Application Details: Please apply online via the Apply Now button. Our commitment to inclusion and diversity UWA is committed to a diverse workforce and an equitable and inclusive workplace. We celebrate difference and believe diversity is fundamental to achieving our goals as a globally recognised Top 100 educational and research institution. We are committed to creating a safe work environment for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, women, people from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds, the LGBTIQA community and people living with disability. We have a globally competitive, gender neutral parental leave policy with 26 weeks paid leave after 12 months service and 36 weeks after 5 years. We have on-campus childcare facilities for children aged 6 weeks to kindy. We facilitate flexible working, with part-time and job-sharing arrangements considered. We have an ongoing partnership with Pride in Diversity and were recently awarded a Bronze Employer status for LGBTIQA inclusion. We have Athena SWAN Bronze accreditation and actively work to improve gender equity. Should you have any queries relating to your application, please contact the individual named in the advertisement. Alternatively, contact the Talent team at talent-hruwa.edu.au with details of your query. To enable a quick response, please include the 6-digit job reference number and a member of the team will respond to your enquiry. Advertised: 30 May 2024 W. Australia Standard Time Applications close: 20 Jun 2024 11:55 PM W. Australia Standard Time • Thu, 30 MayThe University of Western Australia
Mental Health First Aid Instructors » Clayton, Monash Area - We are currently recruiting for licensed Mental Health First Aid Instructors to deliver Mental Health First Aid ® Australia courses Mental Health First Aid ® Instructors Location: Various locations, Melbourne Remuneration: $43.48 (casual) (plus 11% superannuation) Employment Type: Casual Duration: Casual St John Ambulance (Vic) has been saving lives and delivering care and compassion throughout Victoria for 140 years. Our volunteers and our staff are the lifeblood of everything we do. We are currently recruiting for licensed Mental Health First Aid Instructors to deliver Mental Health First Aid ® Australia courses and St John mental health and wellbeing courses to our corporate & public clients. The Opportunity St John Trainers are part of a team that positively impacts our community through the education and promotion of first aid. Our Trainers deliver training and assessment in first aid, healthcare, mental health and wellbeing and other related areas to corporate and public clients, and provide education to the public at community events. They conduct training courses in accordance with national frameworks, training quality standards, as well as organisational policies, procedures and protocols. St John is extending our services to the community with the addition of Mental Health First Aid (MHFA) courses to our current suite of mental health and wellbeing training products. The courses will be arranged and promoted by St John and will be delivered at a range of St John venues across Victoria and at workplaces. As a for-purpose charitable organisation, salary packaging is one of the many benefits of joining SJAV. Key Responsibilities Provide excellent customer service & student experiences by delivering engaging training in mental health and wellbeing Engage with members of the public in a range of community settings to promote mental health awareness and education Assist students and corporate clients with customer service issues Maintain compliance with St John policies and meet the requirements of Mental Health First Aid ® Australia for MHFA Instructors Work collaboratively with the training team to achieve high standards of performance This role will require travel in Melbourne Metro and regional areas Your experience You will be a licensed Mental Health First Aid ® Australia Instructor You will have a positive & engaging communication style A demonstrated passion for training & education in the field of mental health Demonstrated industry experience in a mental health related fields Ability to administer first aid to own level of training Basic IT skills and the ability to learn new technology Have a current driver’s license and reliable vehicle As a child safe organisation all of our employees will require a Working With Children Check and will undertake a Police Check. We respect and value differences and encourage people of all ages and backgrounds to apply. We actively welcome and encourage candidates from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds and First Nation and Torres Strait Islander candidates. We are committed to creating a diverse environment and are proud to be an equal opportunity employer. We value the innovation and creativity that diversity of thought brings to our high-performance culture, we welcome applications from anyone who believes that can deliver the outcomes we are looking for. If you are looking to join an organisation that makes a difference, apply today. You must have the right to live and work in Australia to apply for this position. No agencies please. Enquiries Amanda Harris, Talent Acquisition Specialist, Amanda.harrisstjohnvic.com.au Closing Date Wednesday 26 June 2024, 11:55pm • Tue, 28 MaySt John Ambulance Australia
HD Fitter » Duffy, Weston Creek - Discover a World of opportunity with Mineral Resources, a leading diversified resources company with extensive operations in lithium, iron ore, energy and mining services across Western Australia. With a focus on people and innovation, MinRes is at the forefront of the industry, building a sustainable future. MinRes is the fifth-largest iron ore producer in Australia, operating three owner operated iron ore hubs across Western Australia in the Yilgarn, Pilbara and Ashburton regions, sites include Koolyanobbing, Windarling, Parker Range, Iron Valley, Wonmunna. These roles are on an 8/6 7/7 roster, FIFO Perth. Why join MinRes? Work on new and near new fleet owned and maintained by MinRes - EH4000 Dump Trucks, 1350/1850 Loaders, D10 Dozers, 16 and 18M Graders, along with Hitachi Excavators up to EX3600 and New D65 Drills. Modern workshops with specialised tooling. We invest in your career - training and development programs, inhouse and with OEMs. Above market average remuneration super bonus, employee share program, relocation assistance Access to a range of employee and family benefits and discounts including paid parental leave, employee share program, discounted travel, gym, accommodation, health insurance perks and mental health support. Industry leading food with frequently changing menus designed by our MinRes executive chefs and modern site amenities. About You: You're an energetic team player with a high commitment to quality of work, safety and teamwork. Experience within mining or heavy industry environment is preferred You will be required to provide a national police clearance (or willingness to obtain). If you're ready to be part of our dynamic team and shape your mining career, hit 'APPLY' now. Our recruitment team will guide you toward your future with MinRes. What to know more about MinRes? Employee Benefits; https://careers.mineralresources.com.au/benefits-of-mrl Careers at MRL; https://careers.mineralresources.com.au/home-page • Tue, 28 MayMINERAL RESOURCES LIMITED
HD Fitter » Australia - Discover a World of opportunity with Mineral Resources, a leading diversified resources company with extensive operations in lithium, iron ore, energy and mining services across Western Australia. With a focus on people and innovation, MinRes is at the forefront of the industry, building a sustainable future. MinRes is the fifth-largest iron ore producer in Australia, operating three owner operated iron ore hubs across Western Australia in the Yilgarn, Pilbara and Ashburton regions, sites include Koolyanobbing, Windarling, Parker Range, Iron Valley, Wonmunna. These roles are on an 8/6 7/7 roster, FIFO Perth. Why join MinRes? Work on new and near new fleet owned and maintained by MinRes - EH4000 Dump Trucks, 1350/1850 Loaders, D10 Dozers, 16 and 18M Graders, along with Hitachi Excavators up to EX3600 and New D65 Drills. Modern workshops with specialised tooling. We invest in your career - training and development programs, inhouse and with OEMs. Above market average remuneration super bonus, employee share program, relocation assistance Access to a range of employee and family benefits and discounts including paid parental leave, employee share program, discounted travel, gym, accommodation, health insurance perks and mental health support. Industry leading food with frequently changing menus designed by our MinRes executive chefs and modern site amenities. About You: You're an energetic team player with a high commitment to quality of work, safety and teamwork. Experience within mining or heavy industry environment is preferred You will be required to provide a national police clearance (or willingness to obtain). If you're ready to be part of our dynamic team and shape your mining career, hit 'APPLY' now. Our recruitment team will guide you toward your future with MinRes. What to know more about MinRes? Employee Benefits; https://careers.mineralresources.com.au/benefits-of-mrl Careers at MRL; https://careers.mineralresources.com.au/home-page • Tue, 28 MayMINERAL RESOURCES LIMITED
Senior Manager, Organisational Development » Australia - Overview: RMIT University Commitment RMIT is committed to the rights of students and staff to be safe, respected, valued, and treated as an equal in their place of study and work. All staff are expected to share this commitment and contribute to a safer community. While carrying out their role, staff are in a position of trust with students. Staff have a duty of care to report wellbeing concerns about students through the designated channels and uphold to the code of conduct. RMIT Vietnam expects all staff members to comply with its Code of Conduct, policies and procedures, which relate to legal and regulatory requirements and our ways of working. Why RMIT University Vietnam? RMIT Vietnam is committed to excellence, innovation, and social responsibility. We welcome applications from qualified and passionate individuals who share our values and vision. RMIT University has a global reputation and ranks 140th globally and 11th in Australia in QS World University Rankings 2024. To learn more about our rankings, please check out our latest facts and figures here Reputation and rankings - RMIT University Rewards and Benefits: Competitive salary package and allowances Generous annual leave, carer leave and public holidays (Christmas and Tet Holidays) Private health insurance and wellness programs Professional development and career advancement Relocation and visa support Access to state-of-the-art facilities and resources A vibrant and diverse campus life and more RMIT Vietnam has been honoured with the respectable HR Asia Award as Top Employer To Work For in Asia. To find out more about RMIT Vietnam and our current vacancies, please visit our website: https://www.rmit.edu.vn/careers Position Summary The Senior Manager - Organisational Development plays a pivotal role in shaping the future of RMIT Vietnam by leading and implementing strategic OD interventions that align with our mission and foster a culture of continuous improvement. This position is responsible for identifying organisational needs, developing tailored OD strategies, and facilitating initiatives that enhance organisational effectiveness, foster innovative and impactful academic and professional environments, and support the university's commitment to excellence in education, research, and engagement. Through a collaborative and consultative approach, the OD Specialist will partner with academic and professional leaders to drive change initiatives, enhance organisational capabilities, and develop high-performing teams. This role requires a deep understanding of the unique challenges and opportunities within higher education and the ability to leverage OD principles to promote a culture of adaptability, inclusivity, and sustained excellence. Reporting Line: Reports to: Associate Director - Talent, Reward and OD Direct reports: 1-2 KEY ACCOUNTABILITY Conduct thorough organisational assessments to identify strengths, weaknesses, opportunities, and threats, utilising a variety of diagnostic tools and data analytics. Develop comprehensive OD strategies and plans that address identified needs, prioritising initiatives based on their potential impact and alignment with the university's strategic objectives. Design and deliver targeted OD programs that address specific areas of need, such as leadership development, team effectiveness, diversity and inclusion, and employee engagement. Tailor interventions to the unique context of the university, ensuring they are relevant, effective, and sustainable. Lead change management efforts, applying best practices to facilitate smooth transitions, minimise resistance, and ensure buy-in from all stakeholders. Act as a change agent, providing guidance, support, and coaching to leaders and teams throughout the change process. Identify development opportunities and gaps within the organisation and implement learning and development programs to enhance individual and team capabilities. Foster a culture of continuous learning and professional growth. Collaborate with HR and departmental leaders to enhance or develop performance management systems aligned with organisational goals. Ensure these systems effectively measure and promote high performance, accountability, and continuous improvement. Drive initiatives to cultivate a positive and inclusive organizational culture that supports the university's mission and values. Implement programs to enhance employee engagement and satisfaction, recognising their critical role in achieving organizational success. Establish strong relationships with stakeholders across the university to ensure OD initiatives are integrated and aligned with various departmental objectives. Use effective communication strategies to keep stakeholders informed and engaged. Implement robust evaluation frameworks to assess the effectiveness of OD interventions, using both qualitative and quantitative measures. Analyse results to demonstrate impact, inform future initiatives, and adjust strategies as necessary to achieve desired outcomes. Facilitate the sharing of best practices, lessons learned, and success stories across the organisation. Encourage collaboration and knowledge exchange to drive continuous improvement and innovation in OD practices. Create and implement leadership development initiatives, including workshops, coaching, and mentoring, to build strong leadership capabilities. Equip leaders with skills in strategic thinking, people management, and change leadership. Develop targeted training for middle managers to improve their ability to lead teams effectively, make data-driven decisions, and foster a culture of high performance. Lead change management efforts to improve the university's adaptability and resilience. Support departments in managing transitions such as restructuring, technological adoption, or strategic realignments. Introduce ways-of-working methodologies that help departments and teams quickly adapt to new challenges and opportunities. Facilitate team-building workshops to enhance collaboration, trust, and communication within and across teams. Foster interdepartmental collaboration by creating cross-functional teams to tackle institutional challenges, driving innovation and knowledge sharing. Design career development programs that provide growth opportunities for faculty and staff. Support succession planning and identify high-potential employees for future leadership roles. Implement engagement surveys and action plans to improve job satisfaction, motivation, and retention. Leverage data analytics to identify trends, predict challenges, and inform proactive OD strategies. For a more detailed description of the key areas of responsibility for this position please click here to download the JD. KEY SELECTION CRITERIA Post-graduate qualifications in Organisational Development, Industrial/Organisational Psychology, Human Resources, or a related field. Minimum of 10 years of experience in organisational development, preferably in higher education or a similar complex organisation. Demonstrated success in designing and implementing OD interventions, including change management, leadership development, and team building. Strong facilitation, coaching, and conflict resolution skills. Excellent verbal and written communication skills. Ability to work collaboratively with diverse groups and individuals. Strong analytical and problem-solving skills. Ability to build strong external and internal relationships and provide advice on reward to all levels of an organisation. Demonstrated experience in working autonomously under broad direction, with performance being measured against the achievement of strategic goals and KPI's of Human Resources and the Schools and Portfolios. Strong data analysis and data presentation skills with a high standard of precision and exceptional attention to detail Benefits include but not limited to: Competitive remuneration package in USD (for expatriate candidates) or VND (for Vietnamese candidates). Relocation allowance package up to USD $6,000 with support to relocate overseas candidate (and family) from home location to Vietnam for expatriates applying outside Vietnam. One-way flight from home location to Vietnam for staff and immediate dependents. School tuition fees for children, up to USD $20,000 per child up to 2 children per year Private premium medical insurance for employee and immediate family 20 days annual leave plus 5 days paid leave Christmas closure and paid sick leave. Support and guidance from experienced Mobility Advisor to assist in work permit and visa application together with relocation to and settling into living and working in Vietnam. Ongoing professional development program and support. Further information The role located is Ho Chi Minh city Vietnam, is open for both local and expatriate candidates. English Proficiency English is the language of teaching and communication at RMIT Vietnam. For this role, the minimum requirement is IELTS 6.5 (General) with a score of at least 6.0 or 170 in Lingua Skills. To Apply In order to be considered for this role, it is mandatory to submit both a resume AND A COVER LETTER. Please click on the 'Apply' link provided below to initiate the application process. Your application will not be considered complete without the submission of both documents. Please note, we will be running a rolling recruitment process, so please do not wait until the closing date to apply. Applications Close: 18 thg 6 2024 11.59 pm RMIT University Vietnam (RMIT Vietnam) is a campus of RMIT University. RMIT Vietnam is creating an innovative research, teaching and learning culture. We are committed to providing internationally recognised high-quality education and professional training for our students, clients and members of the community. As an internationally recognised Australian university based in Asia, RMIT Vietnam is assisting in the development of human resources capability in Vietnam and the region. https://www.rmit.edu.vn/about-us • Sat, 25 MayRMIT University
Psychosocial Support Service Navigator » Parkside, Mt Isa - Have experience in the mental health space? Join a team making a positive impact for mental health in remote communities. Why join the business: Our client offers a fun, vibrant workplace that puts local people and their matters, at the centre of everything they do. You will have the opportunity to connect the community with psychosocial support and recovery-oriented services, make meaningful positive change and build lasting relationships. Being in a rural location, you will employ a comprehensive approach, understanding how biopsychosocial, community, social, cultural, physical and sensory factors contribute to wellbeing. Mount Isa Location, Part of a National Organisation Supportive Team Environment and Vast Professional Network Frequently Travel Around North West QLD About the role: Reporting through to your Team Leader, your role will be to engage with communities within Mount Isa and beyond, to promote access to psychosocial support and recovery-oriented services to assist individuals to recover and live safely in the community. Reaching clients and professional networks via telephone, visiting in-person and attending events, your responsibilities will include: Frequently travel around North West Queensland to ensure support services and information are provided to rural and remote communities; Support families and carers to gain a better understanding of and engage with the dedicated and specialised support service options available to meet their social needs, including access to safe and appropriate housing; Improve integration of local health services, promote multidisciplinary care, and make the health system more accessible to people with severe mental illness and associated psychosocial disorders; Developing and maintaining relationships with local GP’s and other service providers within the community, providing them with accurate information, and minimising gaps in psychosocial support and recovery-oriented service delivery; Representing the organisation in public settings; Obtaining, maintaining and sharing relevant information regarding the availability and capacity of services within the region which can support the social, mental and physical health needs of clients; Proactively promote the Commonwealth Psychosocial Support Service and Head to Health Phone Service; and Liaising with external providers such as professional mental health services, community services and other mental health support services, both government and non-government. About you: To be successful in the role, you will have a tertiary qualification in human services, social welfare, social work, psychology or behavioural science and/or equivalent relevant experience in the mental health industry. You will possess: The ability to assess consumer needs in a mental health and psychosocial support capacity; High level communication and rapport building skills, with the ability to communicate across culturally and linguistically diverse groups; Relationship building and maintenance skills with stakeholders of all levels; A broad knowledge of the community sector and primary health care; Excellent time management and critical thinking skills, with the ability to work autonomously; A passion for community psychosocial wellbeing. You must also be willing to undergo initial and regular national police and/or working with children state checks prior to, and during the course of employment. A driver’s licence and competency in driving large distances in rural areas is essential. As an equal opportunity employer, our client celebrates diversity and is committed to an inclusive work environment for their clients, staff and community; irrespective of ethnicity, lifestyle choice, faith, sexual orientation and gender identity. People from all backgrounds are encouraged to apply. How to Apply? If this opportunity is of interest, please click "Apply" to submit your resume to JP Smith Recruitment & HR. For any enquiries, please call Jamie Smith on 07 4659 7400 quoting reference number 3751780. • Fri, 24 MayJP Smith
Clinical Educator » Australia - Join an industry-leading provider in youth mental health and mentor the next generation of clinicians Headspace has an exciting opportunity for a Clinical Educator / Supervisor to join our Headspace services About the position: Closed-term part-time (30.4 hours/fortnight) until 30 June 2025 Based at Bankstown Working between Monday and Friday with the flexibility to negotiate your working days Attractive remuneration package from $82,000 - $93,500 p.a. (commensurate with experience) 11% Super Salary Packaging About the Opportunity The headspace Clinical Educator supports the coordination, development, and delivery of a student placement program. This role will also provide direct clinical supervision and/or field supervision to student graduates. This includes the provision of task supervision, mentorship, and support. We are seeking a highly motivated and organised person to facilitate excellence in integrated holistic health care, with the goal of improving outcomes for people accessing the service and the wider community. On a day to day basis, you will: Lead and support the development of student placement opportunities at headspace, with the provision of 4 students per year. Deliver direct clinical supervision to students for the purposes of the clinical placement activity, when eligible to do so (i.e., the same allied health background/and or able to meet the specified requirements). Support the onboarding, induction, and field supervision of student. Provide on-site direct supervision including observations, mentoring and reviews. Establish and maintain relationships with universities. Engage in other stakeholder engagement activities that assist in successful delivery of student placements at the service. Engage in headspace National online community of practice and training, Advisory Groups, education, and coaching. Liaise with internal and external services to provide holistic support to young people. For more information on the Clinical Educator role, please read the • Fri, 24 MayFlourish Australia
Human Resources Business Partner (Site Based) » Perth, Perth Region - Clough , as part of a joint venture, is delivering the Project Ceres urea plant, a landmark project for Western Australia. The plant will be the largest in Australia and one of the largest in the world, installing the most sustainable production processes. The project is expected to generate 2,000 jobs during the construction phase, whilst delivering sustained benefits to the local community through career, training and business opportunities. We are looking for an experienced Site HR Business Partner to join the Project Ceres team on site in Karratha. Reporting to the Project Human Resources Manager, this position offers ownership of the full life cycle of the project, transactional HR matters specific to the project, including employee and industrial relations advice and collaboration with the broader Corporate HR team. In this busy and fast paced environment, you will work closely with your internal and external stakeholders including the project team, business, and client to achieve deadlines and deliver the best outcomes. While this role will initially begin in the Perth office, it will transition to a FIFO position as the project ramps up, on 20:8 roster . Who we are Clough is a pioneering project delivery company that harnesses innovative engineering and construction solutions to improve peoples' lives today and tomorrow. Clough delivers high performing assets for the energy, resources and infrastructure industries, underpinned by a dedication to innovation, sustainability and getting the job done safely and efficiently. With a workforce of over 3,000 people across Australia and Asia Pacific, Clough's people are committed to delivering exceptional projects for its industries and communities, as a partner for a sustainable future. Together with our parent company, Webuild, we are delivering some of Australia's largest projects. Who you are Courageous. Motivated. Curious. Passionate. Creative. These are just a few words that describe you. Your focus will include: Providing high level advice and assistance to key stakeholders in line with human resource policies, procedures and relevant legislation. Acting as a first point of contact for escalation and resolution for HR queries, issues and requests from internal and external stakeholders. Providing advice and conducting employee relations cases, including disciplinary and grievance issues. Coaching and assisting line managers in the performance management process. Providing general coaching and advice to employees and leaders on ER/IR matters as required. Implementing and facilitating workforce planning process to support mobilisation, demobilisation, and redeployment processes. Advising managers and administering processes related to role changes, remuneration and benefits, promotions, and related activities. Developing reports and data analysis across a range of HR metrics. Supporting activities undertaken by the recruitment and mobilisation teams to ensure an efficient and effective process. Assist in rolling out corporate initiatives, activities, and programs to the project teams. What you will bring to the team: Tertiary qualifications in Human Resources, or relevant field desirable. Must have a minimum of 5 years' experience in a general Human Resources role. Prior experience working in onsite in the construction or resources sector is essential. Demonstrated stakeholder management experience. High-level problem-solving skills and the ability to think critically and develop solutions to meet business needs. Demonstrated experience in applying knowledge of employment legislation, awards and agreements, policies, procedures, and best practice. Exceptional organisational and time management skills. Solid experience in performance management, case management and complex workplace investigations. Confidence to speak with authority to technical experts and provide sound fact-based leadership on Human Resources and related issues. Passion for HR, driving cultural change, learning and building your HR career, building strong working relationships with leaders onsite and providing agile support. Our benefits We have created an environment that brings out the best in our people. Clough's people enjoy industry leading benefits such as: Project site allowance. Exposure to a range of projects and industries across our operations. Mental health and wellbeing programs. Employee assistance program for employees and their families. Special offers on health insurance, salary packaging, banking, travel, groceries and more. A supportive team culture and environment. We're building a diverse workforce At Clough, we are committed to building a workforce that reflects the communities in which we work and live, fostering an inclusive environment that accepts every person, embraces their strengths and differences, and provides opportunities for all to achieve their full potential. We are a certified Employer of Choice for Gender Equality by WGEA, a WORK180 Endorsed Employer for All Women, a signatory of the Veterans' Employment Commitment, a partner of Pride in Diversity as LGBTQIA allies, an active member of CEOs for Gender Equity, and guided by our Reconciliation Action Plan, we are committed to providing meaningful training and employment opportunities to deliver positive outcomes for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples. Apply now to join us Once we receive your application, it will be reviewed for shortlisting. Should your application be shortlisted we will contact you. Please note: Clough reserves the right to commence the shortlisting process for this role immediately and the right to remove the advertisement before the closing date. Agency submissions will not be considered for this position. LI-BH1 • Thu, 23 MayClough Limited
Consultant Psychiatrist » Western Australia, Australia - THE POSITION Consultant Psychiatrist to work across various specialties including Youth, Adult and Older Aduly services in community, Eating Disorder, Hospital- in-the-home and inpatient Mental Helath Services. These positions are within the East Metropolitan Health Service Mental Health Division. The role includes: Promoting patient safety and quality of care Providing leadership, orientation, training, supervision, and education for doctors in training, Health Service Medical Practitioners, and other health workers Collaborating with Medical Co-Directors, Service Directors, Heads of Department, Clinical Leads, and other Consultants to achieve performance standards and targets. EMPLOYEE BENEFITS Professional Development Opportunities and Study Leave/Assistance Flexible Working Arrangements Flexible Leave Arrangements . WHY WORK WITH PARAGON MEDICS? With over 20 years of combined experience in doctor recruitment across the UK and Australia, we bring a wealth of knowledge and expertise to every placement. Our approach is built on transparency and openness, ensuring that we are with you every step of the way on our journey together. As specialists in the mental health industry, we are dedicated to elevating the standards of specialist healthcare recruitment, delivering exceptional service and care to both clients and candidates. ESSENTIAL REQUIREMENTS Successful candidates will be required to meet the following criteria: Fellowship of the Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Psychiatrists (FRANZAP) Registered medical practitioner with specialist AHPRA registration Australian Working Rights For a confidential discussion about this position and/ or to receive a detailed information pack regarding this opportunity please contact Kiran. • Thu, 23 MayParagon Medics
Clinical Educator » Bankstown, Bankstown Area - Join an industry-leading provider in youth mental health and mentor the next generation of clinicians Headspace has an exciting opportunity for a Clinical Educator / Supervisor to join our Headspace services About the position: Closed-term part-time (30.4 hours/fortnight) until 30 June 2025 Based at Bankstown Working between Monday and Friday with the flexibility to negotiate your working days Attractive remuneration package from $82,000 - $93,500 p.a. (commensurate with experience) 11% Super Salary Packaging About the Opportunity The headspace Clinical Educator supports the coordination, development, and delivery of a student placement program. This role will also provide direct clinical supervision and/or field supervision to student graduates. This includes the provision of task supervision, mentorship, and support. We are seeking a highly motivated and organised person to facilitate excellence in integrated holistic health care, with the goal of improving outcomes for people accessing the service and the wider community. • Wed, 22 MayFlourish Australia
Environmental Advisor » Karratha, Roebourne Area - Deliver a sustainable future with WA's landmark urea project Clough , as part of a joint venture, is delivering the Project Ceres urea plant, a landmark project for Western Australia. The plant will be the largest in Australia and one of the largest in the world, installing the most sustainable production processes. The project is expected to generate 2,000 jobs during the construction phase, whilst delivering sustained benefits to the local community through career, training and business opportunities. We are currently searching for an Environmental Advisor to join our team on the Project Ceres. Reporting to the Lead Environmental Advisor, the Environmental Advisor will work as part of the site based HSE Team to deliver best practice environmental management strategies across the project, including the undertaking of environmental monitoring activities. This is a unique opportunity to be part of a long-term, complex project to push your career to new heights Who we are Clough is a pioneering project delivery company that harnesses innovative engineering and construction solutions to improve peoples' lives today and tomorrow. Clough delivers high performing assets for the energy, resources and infrastructure industries, underpinned by a dedication to innovation, sustainability and getting the job done safely and efficiently. With a workforce of over 3,000 people across Australia and Asia Pacific, Clough's people are committed to delivering exceptional projects for its industries and communities, as a partner for a sustainable future. Together with our parent company, Webuild, we are delivering some of Australia's largest projects. Who you are Courageous. Motivated. Curious. Passionate. Creative. These are just a few words that describe you. Your focus will include: Establish and implement project environmental plans and procedures. Conduct environmental monitoring and assessments on-site. Identify risks and assist in developing remedies and solutions. Ensure compliance with client and regulatory requirements. Provide guidance and advice to our project delivery team. Collation of reports to meet and client and legislative requirements. What you will bring to the team: Tertiary qualified in Environmental Engineering, Management or Science. Previous experience in a similar position with large scale project / construction / mining environments. A proven ability to contribute to a team working on environmentally sensitive projects. The ability & initiative to work autonomously. Our benefits We have created an environment that brings out the best in our people. Clough's people enjoy industry leading benefits such as: Project site allowance. Exposure to a range of projects and industries across our operations. Mental health and wellbeing programs. Employee assistance program for employees and their families. Special offers on health insurance, salary packaging, banking, travel, groceries and more. A supportive team culture and environment. We're building a diverse workforce At Clough, we are committed to building a workforce that reflects the communities in which we work and live, fostering an inclusive environment that accepts every person, embraces their strengths and differences, and provides opportunities for all to achieve their full potential. We are a certified Employer of Choice for Gender Equality by WGEA, a WORK180 Endorsed Employer for All Women, a signatory of the Veterans' Employment Commitment, a partner of Pride in Diversity as LGBTQIA allies, an active member of CEOs for Gender Equity, and guided by our Reconciliation Action Plan, we are committed to providing meaningful training and employment opportunities to deliver positive outcomes for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples. Apply now to join us Once we receive your application, it will be reviewed for shortlisting. Should your application be shortlisted we will contact you. Please note: Clough reserves the right to commence the shortlisting process for this role immediately and the right to remove the advertisement before the closing date. Agency submissions will not be considered for this position. LI-BH1 • Tue, 21 MayClough Limited
Auto Electrician - 8/6 Roster » Duffy, Weston Creek - Discover a World of opportunity with Mineral Resources, a leading diversified resources company with extensive operations in lithium, iron ore, energy and mining services across Western Australia. With a focus on people and innovation, MinRes is at the forefront of the industry, building a sustainable future. MinRes is the fifth-largest iron ore producer in Australia, operating three owner operated iron ore hubs across Western Australia in the Yilgarn, Pilbara and Ashburton regions, sites include Koolyanobbing, Windarling, Parker Range, Iron Valley, Wonmunna. These roles are on an 8/6 7/7 roster, FIFO Perth. Why join MinRes? Work on new and near new fleet owned and maintained by MinRes - EH4000 Dump Trucks, 1350/1850 Loaders, D10 Dozers, 16 and 18M Graders, along with Hitachi Excavators up to EX3600 and New D65 Drills. Modern workshops with specialised tooling. We invest in your career - training and development programs, inhouse and with OEMs. Above market average remuneration super bonus, employee share program, relocation assistance Access to a range of employee and family benefits and discounts including paid parental leave, employee share program, discounted travel, gym, accommodation, health insurance perks and mental health support. Industry leading food with frequently changing menus designed by our MinRes executive chefs and modern site amenities. About You: You're an energetic team player with a high commitment to quality of work, safety and teamwork. Experience within mining or heavy industry environment is preferred You will be required to provide a national police clearance (or willingness to obtain). If you're ready to be part of our dynamic team and shape your mining career, hit 'APPLY' now. Our recruitment team will guide you toward your future with MinRes. What to know more about MinRes? Employee Benefits; https://careers.mineralresources.com.au/benefits-of-mrl Careers at MRL; https://careers.mineralresources.com.au/home-page • Mon, 20 MayMINERAL RESOURCES LIMITED
headspace Youth Access Clinician (Mental Health Clinician) » Australia - Join an industry-leading provider in youth mental health and make a difference to the lives of young people headspace Bankstown is looking for a dedicated Youth Access Clinician/Senior Youth Access Clinician to join the team About the position: Closed-term Full-time until 30 June 2025 Based in Bankstown Working Monday to Friday Attractive remuneration package from $70,000 - $93,500 p.a 11% Super Tax-Free Salary Packaging Our focus is on hiring the best fit for our team and the young people we support. To ensure this, we're open to candidates of varying experience levels. Are you a recent graduate? Be mentored by our experienced and supportive team as a Youth Access Clinician Are you an experienced professional? We would love for you to contribute to our team as a Senior Youth Access Clinician About the Opportunity headspace is the National Youth Mental Health Foundation supporting young people aged 12-25 years with their mental & general health care needs. At headspace we provide young people with the opportunity to seek help early by bringing local health services under the one roof, making it easier for young people and their families to find the information they need. On a day to day basis, you will: Deliver quality, evidence-based recovery focused mental health services including assessments, individualised person-centered planning and coordination, and the delivery of relevant therapeutic interventions. Design treatment plans and relevant interventions to assist the young person to drive their own recovery plan. Coordinate supports with service providers including medical professionals, Government Departments and services, non-government organisations and schools. Provide supervision, support, guidance, and mentoring of students and provisionally registered psychologists. Identify and implement community based activities that will support the social and emotional well being of the individual on their recovery journey. Offer education and guidance on clinical matters. Ideally, you will have significant experience working within the Mental Health sector combined with relevant qualifications. You must also be currently registered, or eligible for registration (National or State) as a Psychologist, Occupational Therapist, Social Worker, Mental Health Nurse or other allied health professional. For more information on the Youth Access Clinician role, please read the • Sun, 19 MayFlourish Australia
Qualitative Strategist - Cultural Insights Human Behaviour » Melbourne, Melbourne Region - This independent, values-driven insights agency is expert at exploring what's in people's heads &hearts. It decodes culture & explores human behaviour This role will stretch your left and right brain thinking, blending logic with creativity. This independent, values-driven insights agency is expert at exploring what’s in people's heads and hearts. It decodes culture and explores human behaviour. Their approach to problem-solving is grounded in qualitative research, behavioural economics, cultural insights, AI and quantitative analysis. The role: Qualitative Strategist Working in deep collaboration and partnership with clients, strategists are involved in all aspects of the consulting process— client brief, research design, qualitative facilitation, translating insights into stories, analysis, testing ideas, writing trends reports, storytelling, designing evidence-based interventions, and client presentation. B-Corp accredited, everything they do is centred around making the world a better place and having strong partnerships with socially aligned commercial brands, charities, NGOs, and government departments across industries, from mental health to sustainability, education, and technology. They build brands, create experiences, plan futures, and work on interesting topics such like: Understanding the future needs of Australian housing Joining the dots between fashion and female empowerment The changing patterns of media consumption Exploring Gen-Z relationships with love and dating Creating behaviour change captions to help teens stay safe online. Understanding how to convert one-off donations to regular giving. Reducing risky driving through behavioural interventions We’re looking to speak to individuals that have: 2 years’ experience in qualitative insights/strategy/research A multidisciplinary approach to problem-solving Empathy, curiosity and have their finger firmly on the pulse Qual toolkit -workshops, in-depth interviews, focus groups, online communities, ethnography, and observations. An understanding of behavioural tools – nudging, social forms, framing, heuristics, RCTs, scarcity, unconscious biases, rational choice, would be highly advantageous To apply or for additional information, please get in touch with Emily Moser at emoserresourcesgroup.com or call me on 61 449 172 882 for any further 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. • Thu, 16 MayResources Group AU
People & Culture Safety Business Partner » Queensland, Australia - At the Reject Shop we are passionate about helping all Australians save money EVERY DAY This is our heart and the pure essence of everything that we do As we continue our journey in helping all Australians, we now have an opportunity for a Safety Business Partner to join our team. Reporting to the National Health and Safety Manager, this is a great opportunity for a passionate Safety Business Partner to join a supportive and collaborative team. The role provides proactive safety management, support and guidance around safety strategies and recommendations to ensure our Supply Chain teams and distribution centres are safe. This role is based at our Distribution Center in Ipswich, QLD, with ad hoc travel to Western Australia. This role is part time and 12 months fixed term. Our team is reflective of the community we are a part of, we embrace and celebrate diversity and are committed to creating an inclusive environment for all our Team Members This exciting opportunity will be responsible for: Assist the National Safety Manager in developing and executing the safety strategy Developing and implementation of training program & schedule Development and maintaining site inductions Review external audits and findings to ensure all recommendations have been actioned. Development and execution of Emergency Management Development and review of Safety Policies & Procedures Development of Risk Assessment Register Participate in investigations of serious injuries and incidents Facilitate and manage risk assessments in relation to business operations Develop and review safety documentation Initiate and promote WHS programs and drive compliance Participate in safety committee meetings and internal and external meetings relating to Supply Chain Prepare safety documents and reports as required Implement control measures and proactive safety recommendations aligning with industry best practice Champion mental health and wellbeing programs and initiatives About you and your experience: Experience managing safety in a Supply Chain / warehousing environment Graduate certificate or Diploma in WHS Management is desirable Fire Safety Advisor (Qld Preferred) Chain of Responsibility Accreditation (Preferred) Understanding of ISO 45001 and best practice Highly motivated Strong communication and negotiation skills, with a proven ability to influence outcomes High attention to detail Refined time management and organisational skills The ability to maintain effective relationships with internal and external stakeholders Problem solving and decision-making skills with a proactive approach to influencing safety outcomes in a consultative manner What's In It For You: A supportive and diverse culture. At TRS we care about your wellbeing and are committed to providing a fun, safe and respectful environment Structured onboarding Team Member discount for you and an immediate family members Thrive - Supporting financial wellbeing and providing instant access to your pay Structured development plans and training provided to support your career growth Paid parental leave program supporting primary and secondary care givers Employee Assistance Program - free and confidential professional counselling for work and personal issues for you and your immediate family members Referral Program We are committed to having the Right Team and being One Team Don’t miss the chance to contribute to the success of one of Australia's leading retailers At the Reject Shop we are passionate about helping all Australians save money EVERY DAY This is our heart and the pure essence of everything that we do As we continue our journey in helping all Australians, we now have an opportunity for a Safety Business Partner to join our team. Reporting to the National Health and Safety Manager, this is a great opportunity for a passionate Safety Business Partner to join a supportive and collaborative team. The role provides proactive safety management, support and guidance around safety strategies and recommendations to ensure our Supply Chain teams and distribution centres are safe. This role is based at our Distribution Center in Ipswich, QLD, with ad hoc travel to Western Australia. This role is part time and 12 months fixed term. Our team is reflective of the community we are a part of, we embrace and celebrate diversity and are committed to creating an inclusive environment for all our Team Members This exciting opportunity will be responsible for: Assist the National Safety Manager in developing and executing the safety strategy Developing and implementation of training program & schedule Development and maintaining site inductions Review external audits and findings to ensure all recommendations have been actioned. Development and execution of Emergency Management Development and review of Safety Policies & Procedures Development of Risk Assessment Register Participate in investigations of serious injuries and incidents Facilitate and manage risk assessments in relation to business operations Develop and review safety documentation Initiate and promote WHS programs and drive compliance Participate in safety committee meetings and internal and external meetings relating to Supply Chain Prepare safety documents and reports as required Implement control measures and proactive safety recommendations aligning with industry best practice Champion mental health and wellbeing programs and initiatives About you and your experience: Experience managing safety in a Supply Chain / warehousing environment Graduate certificate or Diploma in WHS Management is desirable Fire Safety Advisor (Qld Preferred) Chain of Responsibility Accreditation (Preferred) Understanding of ISO 45001 and best practice Highly motivated Strong communication and negotiation skills, with a proven ability to influence outcomes High attention to detail Refined time management and organisational skills The ability to maintain effective relationships with internal and external stakeholders Problem solving and decision-making skills with a proactive approach to influencing safety outcomes in a consultative manner What's In It For You: A supportive and diverse culture. At TRS we care about your wellbeing and are committed to providing a fun, safe and respectful environment Structured onboarding Team Member discount for you and an immediate family members Thrive - Supporting financial wellbeing and providing instant access to your pay Structured development plans and training provided to support your career growth Paid parental leave program supporting primary and secondary care givers Employee Assistance Program - free and confidential professional counselling for work and personal issues for you and your immediate family members Referral Program We are committed to having the Right Team and being One Team Don’t miss the chance to contribute to the success of one of Australia's leading retailers • Thu, 16 MayThe Reject Shop

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