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Registered Psychologist » Silver Sands, Mandurah Area - All exp levels and endorsements required Own calendar management with WFH flexibility Extensive list of Employee benefits and growing with a fun and inclusive culture Gain access to the best professional development and mentors in the industry The ORS Psychology team is expanding and we are seeking our next Psychologist to join the team You will be joining a national team of 200 Psychologists working under different service pathways, including the NDIS and the private sector. You will have the opportunity to develop, extend and deepen your clinical expertise in a friendly, well-supported team and in an organisation that values your growth, passion and skills. While providing psychological practice you will be using evidence-based therapeutic modalities, including CBT, ACT & DBT. ORS also offers a full range of psychological assessments, including mental health, IQ, psychoeducational, school readiness, decision-making capacity, autism and ADHD assessments. There will be the opportunity to receive training to develop your skills in this area and administer such assessments to applicable clients. Experience in the provision of cognitive and autism assessments will be looked upon favourably, as will endorsement in Clinical Neuropsychology, Clinical Psychology or Educational and Developmental Psychology. If you are just starting your Psychology career, ORS support the 42 and 51 pathways, as well as registrar programs, with a team of AHPRA Board-approved Supervisors on staff in all areas of expertise to guide and support you to achieve your clinical competencies. If you are mid-to-late career, we would highly value your experience You will have the opportunity to work in our clinic with a multidiscipline team of practitioners or across various environments, including family homes, disability group homes, day programs, schools within your community. Work Life Balance The ORS executive team really believes in the benefits of a healthy work life balance. Many of us have families and lead busy lives outside of work so we know how important it is for our staff to maintain a balanced lifestyle. For this reason we: Provide the resources for our staff to be able to work from home Aim to allocate clients close to your home Give you ownership of your own calendar so you can book appointments to suit your schedule Provide suburban office locations with free onsite & local parking Give you the ability to work part time or reduced hours Learning and Development At ORS we truly value the clinical and professional development of our staff. That is why we have a dedicated Learning & Development Manager in the Psychology division who possesses 14 years of clinical experience in the disability field, an extensive background in autism research, and impressive qualifications. You will be able to connect with the L&D Manager from the Psychology division, and L&D Managers in other divisions, in one on one and group training sessions, plus have the ability to email or pick up the phone at any time to ask their advice on complex cases. This resource is in addition to the many Managers and Team Leaders we have on staff A few requirements Tertiary qualifications in Psychology For Registrar Program: Ability to become registered with AHPRA in a Registrar program – e.g., clinical psychology, clinical neuropsychology, education and developmental psychology, or forensic psychology For endorsed positions: registration with AHPRA with endorsement in clinical psychology, clinical psychology, clinical neuropsychology, education and developmental psychology, or forensic psychology Registration or ability to become registered with AHPRA A car and licence A National Police Clearance, Working With Children/Working with Vulnerable People Check & NDIS Worker Screening Clearance or able to get one for a client facing role (or willingness to obtain one before commencement) A bit about us: We are one of the largest and fastest growing family owned and operated national allied health and workplace rehabilitation providers in Australia, with a proven track record and reputation for providing high quality evidence-based, and client-centred services for over 30 years Due to our incredible culture, passion for excellence, stability, and gratitude for being able to see the potential and recognise the strengths of every individual it’s easy to see why our workforce has grown 1200% in 4 years and why we are the allied health services provider of choice For further information on ORS Group, we encourage you to visit our website to read more about our extensive services, our detailed employee profiles, video library & company values. If this sounds like the job for you, don’t miss this opportunity and apply now If you do not have an updated CV, you can contact Brad Smith on 0438 713 160 for a confidential discussion email bradley.smithorsgroup.com.au or add Brad on LinkedIn - www.linkedin.com/in/bradley-smith-669150a3 The ORS Group is a multicultural, diverse, supportive and flexible employer, specifically encouraging applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Australians, people from culturally diverse backgrounds, working parents, LGBTQIA and people with disabilities. Video • Thu, 15 FebORS
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Mental Health and Wellbeing Research Lead » Docklands, Melbourne - cs1474353 Mental Health and Wellbeing Research Lead http://www.researchcareer.com.au/jobs/8488-afl/74353 Mental Health and Wellbeing Research Lead Company description: The AFL is Australia's premier sporting organisation supporting two constantly evolving national competitions, AFL and AFLW. Our purpose is to progress the game, so everyone can share in its heritage and possibilities.We have a strong workforce presence in most States and Territories of Australia including Northern Territory, QLD, NSW / ACT, Victoria and Tasmania.As the AFL/ AFLW competitions continue to grow and evolve at both the elite and community levels, we are focused on ensuring we attract and retain great people in both permanent and casual roles at all levels and within all areas of our industry.Importantly, we aim to reflect the communities where our game is played by recruiting locally where possible to strengthen our connection to the ‘grassroots' of our game. We are also fortunate to have hundreds of passionate volunteers within our industry, offering their time and expertise to help grow our game.The AFL's purchase of Marvel Stadium in Docklands, Melbourne, further diversifies our workforce with more than 1000 casual employees to make every moment matter for our fans and customers. Job description: ABOUT US As an organisation, the AFL works tirelessly in all states and at all levels to enhance and grow the game - from grassroots to elite. Together, we put on the game, deliver important events, communicate with our fans, run community programs, develop coaches and umpires, collaborate with partners, delight members, support clubs and so much more. While our roles may vary, we are all united by a common goal, to progress the game so that everyone can share in its heritage and possibilities. The AFL is committed to promoting and protecting the safety and wellbeing of children and young people in our care. Please note, we undertake several screening processes to ensure this commitment is upheld, this includes ensuring the successful candidate to this position holds a valid employee Working with Children/ Vulnerable People check and a satisfactory criminal history record check. We are an Equal Opportunity employer and firmly believe that diversity and inclusion is an important part of both the AFL and the communities in which we operate. Our game is for everyone, and we strive to be a workplace for everyone. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples are encouraged to apply. ABOUT THE ROLE The Mental Health and Wellbeing Research Lead is a member of the AFL's Mental Health and Wellbeing team and is responsible for overseeing the research and evaluation activities of the mental health and wellbeing projects across AFL, AFLW, Talent Pathways and State and community football. The role is a senior researcher role (equivalent Level C) with a focus on leading innovation and research translation in order to contribute to the continuous improvement of the AFL Industry's prevention of and response to the mental health of AFL and AFLW players at all levels of the game. The position will provide an opportunity to work in a dynamic mental health wellbeing team who strive for innovation in areas of mental health and wellbeing, prioritise research translation to influence policy and practice and contribute to building the evidence-base in professional sport. A DAY IN THE LIFE OF Key Accountabilities: Identify and lead collaboration with appropriate research partners (including academic institutions, consultants and other research bodies) Develop, implement and coordinate best practice research design and implementation Contribute to the evaluation and research action plan for the AFL Industry Mental Health and Wellbeing Strategy 2024-2027 Sit on appropriate research governance committees Lead the successful delivery of AFL and AFLW applied research projects Translate research findings into meaningful practice, policy or education initiatives Uphold the integrity and ethical conduct of research and evaluation at the AFL. OUR IDEAL TEAM MEMBER Core Competencies: Demonstrated knowledge of the AFL Industry or high-performance sport Demonstrated research impact, through publication, policy and translation activities Demonstrated excellence in diverse stakeholder engagement and management Demonstrated excellence in research design and methods Exceptional written and oral communication skills Mandatory: PhD or equivalent. Academic track record in mental health, wellbeing, social and emotional development, or population health. OUR CULTURE Please visit www.afl.com.au/careers/our-organisation THE PERKS Play The Day Your Way - a flexible approach to your working life My Development - lean into the AFL's My Development program consisting of on-the-job training, coaching and mentoring, and formal learning Play Well - access to our extensive Health and Wellbeing program centered around our belief in a healthy body, healthy mind, and healthy workplace My Benefits - with thanks to our AFL Corporate Partners, access great benefits and discounts AFL Silver Memberships - permanent team members can access AFL matches at Marvel Stadium and the MCG, enjoy and share the experience of our game with your family and friends Applications Close: 26 March 202 DOCKLANDS VIC AFL Scientific & QA Jobs 28/02/2024 26/03/2024 • Thu, 29 FebAFL
Mental Health and Wellbeing Research Lead » Docklands, Melbourne - cs1074353 Mental Health and Wellbeing Research Lead http://www.healthcareer.net.au/jobs/8488-afl/74353 Mental Health and Wellbeing Research Lead Company description: The AFL is Australia's premier sporting organisation supporting two constantly evolving national competitions, AFL and AFLW. Our purpose is to progress the game, so everyone can share in its heritage and possibilities.We have a strong workforce presence in most States and Territories of Australia including Northern Territory, QLD, NSW / ACT, Victoria and Tasmania.As the AFL/ AFLW competitions continue to grow and evolve at both the elite and community levels, we are focused on ensuring we attract and retain great people in both permanent and casual roles at all levels and within all areas of our industry.Importantly, we aim to reflect the communities where our game is played by recruiting locally where possible to strengthen our connection to the ‘grassroots' of our game. We are also fortunate to have hundreds of passionate volunteers within our industry, offering their time and expertise to help grow our game.The AFL's purchase of Marvel Stadium in Docklands, Melbourne, further diversifies our workforce with more than 1000 casual employees to make every moment matter for our fans and customers. Job description: ABOUT US As an organisation, the AFL works tirelessly in all states and at all levels to enhance and grow the game - from grassroots to elite. Together, we put on the game, deliver important events, communicate with our fans, run community programs, develop coaches and umpires, collaborate with partners, delight members, support clubs and so much more. While our roles may vary, we are all united by a common goal, to progress the game so that everyone can share in its heritage and possibilities. The AFL is committed to promoting and protecting the safety and wellbeing of children and young people in our care. Please note, we undertake several screening processes to ensure this commitment is upheld, this includes ensuring the successful candidate to this position holds a valid employee Working with Children/ Vulnerable People check and a satisfactory criminal history record check. We are an Equal Opportunity employer and firmly believe that diversity and inclusion is an important part of both the AFL and the communities in which we operate. Our game is for everyone, and we strive to be a workplace for everyone. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples are encouraged to apply. ABOUT THE ROLE The Mental Health and Wellbeing Research Lead is a member of the AFL's Mental Health and Wellbeing team and is responsible for overseeing the research and evaluation activities of the mental health and wellbeing projects across AFL, AFLW, Talent Pathways and State and community football. The role is a senior researcher role (equivalent Level C) with a focus on leading innovation and research translation in order to contribute to the continuous improvement of the AFL Industry's prevention of and response to the mental health of AFL and AFLW players at all levels of the game. The position will provide an opportunity to work in a dynamic mental health wellbeing team who strive for innovation in areas of mental health and wellbeing, prioritise research translation to influence policy and practice and contribute to building the evidence-base in professional sport. A DAY IN THE LIFE OF Key Accountabilities: Identify and lead collaboration with appropriate research partners (including academic institutions, consultants and other research bodies) Develop, implement and coordinate best practice research design and implementation Contribute to the evaluation and research action plan for the AFL Industry Mental Health and Wellbeing Strategy 2024-2027 Sit on appropriate research governance committees Lead the successful delivery of AFL and AFLW applied research projects Translate research findings into meaningful practice, policy or education initiatives Uphold the integrity and ethical conduct of research and evaluation at the AFL. OUR IDEAL TEAM MEMBER Core Competencies: Demonstrated knowledge of the AFL Industry or high-performance sport Demonstrated research impact, through publication, policy and translation activities Demonstrated excellence in diverse stakeholder engagement and management Demonstrated excellence in research design and methods Exceptional written and oral communication skills Mandatory: PhD or equivalent. Academic track record in mental health, wellbeing, social and emotional development, or population health. OUR CULTURE Please visit www.afl.com.au/careers/our-organisation THE PERKS Play The Day Your Way - a flexible approach to your working life My Development - lean into the AFL's My Development program consisting of on-the-job training, coaching and mentoring, and formal learning Play Well - access to our extensive Health and Wellbeing program centered around our belief in a healthy body, healthy mind, and healthy workplace My Benefits - with thanks to our AFL Corporate Partners, access great benefits and discounts AFL Silver Memberships - permanent team members can access AFL matches at Marvel Stadium and the MCG, enjoy and share the experience of our game with your family and friends Applications Close: 26 March 202 DOCKLANDS VIC AFL Healthcare & Nursing Jobs 28/02/2024 26/03/2024 • Thu, 29 FebAFL
Mental Health and Wellbeing Research Lead » Docklands, Melbourne - cs2174353 Mental Health and Wellbeing Research Lead http://www.ohscareer.com.au/jobs/8488-afl/74353 Mental Health and Wellbeing Research Lead Company description: The AFL is Australia's premier sporting organisation supporting two constantly evolving national competitions, AFL and AFLW. Our purpose is to progress the game, so everyone can share in its heritage and possibilities.We have a strong workforce presence in most States and Territories of Australia including Northern Territory, QLD, NSW / ACT, Victoria and Tasmania.As the AFL/ AFLW competitions continue to grow and evolve at both the elite and community levels, we are focused on ensuring we attract and retain great people in both permanent and casual roles at all levels and within all areas of our industry.Importantly, we aim to reflect the communities where our game is played by recruiting locally where possible to strengthen our connection to the ‘grassroots' of our game. We are also fortunate to have hundreds of passionate volunteers within our industry, offering their time and expertise to help grow our game.The AFL's purchase of Marvel Stadium in Docklands, Melbourne, further diversifies our workforce with more than 1000 casual employees to make every moment matter for our fans and customers. Job description: ABOUT US As an organisation, the AFL works tirelessly in all states and at all levels to enhance and grow the game - from grassroots to elite. Together, we put on the game, deliver important events, communicate with our fans, run community programs, develop coaches and umpires, collaborate with partners, delight members, support clubs and so much more. While our roles may vary, we are all united by a common goal, to progress the game so that everyone can share in its heritage and possibilities. The AFL is committed to promoting and protecting the safety and wellbeing of children and young people in our care. Please note, we undertake several screening processes to ensure this commitment is upheld, this includes ensuring the successful candidate to this position holds a valid employee Working with Children/ Vulnerable People check and a satisfactory criminal history record check. We are an Equal Opportunity employer and firmly believe that diversity and inclusion is an important part of both the AFL and the communities in which we operate. Our game is for everyone, and we strive to be a workplace for everyone. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples are encouraged to apply. ABOUT THE ROLE The Mental Health and Wellbeing Research Lead is a member of the AFL's Mental Health and Wellbeing team and is responsible for overseeing the research and evaluation activities of the mental health and wellbeing projects across AFL, AFLW, Talent Pathways and State and community football. The role is a senior researcher role (equivalent Level C) with a focus on leading innovation and research translation in order to contribute to the continuous improvement of the AFL Industry's prevention of and response to the mental health of AFL and AFLW players at all levels of the game. The position will provide an opportunity to work in a dynamic mental health wellbeing team who strive for innovation in areas of mental health and wellbeing, prioritise research translation to influence policy and practice and contribute to building the evidence-base in professional sport. A DAY IN THE LIFE OF Key Accountabilities: Identify and lead collaboration with appropriate research partners (including academic institutions, consultants and other research bodies) Develop, implement and coordinate best practice research design and implementation Contribute to the evaluation and research action plan for the AFL Industry Mental Health and Wellbeing Strategy 2024-2027 Sit on appropriate research governance committees Lead the successful delivery of AFL and AFLW applied research projects Translate research findings into meaningful practice, policy or education initiatives Uphold the integrity and ethical conduct of research and evaluation at the AFL. OUR IDEAL TEAM MEMBER Core Competencies: Demonstrated knowledge of the AFL Industry or high-performance sport Demonstrated research impact, through publication, policy and translation activities Demonstrated excellence in diverse stakeholder engagement and management Demonstrated excellence in research design and methods Exceptional written and oral communication skills Mandatory: PhD or equivalent. Academic track record in mental health, wellbeing, social and emotional development, or population health. OUR CULTURE Please visit www.afl.com.au/careers/our-organisation THE PERKS Play The Day Your Way - a flexible approach to your working life My Development - lean into the AFL's My Development program consisting of on-the-job training, coaching and mentoring, and formal learning Play Well - access to our extensive Health and Wellbeing program centered around our belief in a healthy body, healthy mind, and healthy workplace My Benefits - with thanks to our AFL Corporate Partners, access great benefits and discounts AFL Silver Memberships - permanent team members can access AFL matches at Marvel Stadium and the MCG, enjoy and share the experience of our game with your family and friends Applications Close: 26 March 202 DOCKLANDS VIC AFL Other/General Jobs 28/02/2024 26/03/2024 • Wed, 28 FebAFL
Customer service/Admin coordinator - Mental Health » Melbourne CBD, Melbourne - Exciting opportunity to work in the Mental Health Industry. You will coordinate the delivery of Additional Services (critical incident response and foundations programs) ensuring that strategic solutions are delivered in an effective, courteous and timely manner. Client Details Our client is a leading provider of wellbeing solutions and services backed by a global company providing support to people all over the world. Their range of services include Employee Assistance Programs and Wellbeing and Organisational solutions They are currently seeking an Customer Service/Onsite Delivery Coordinator to join their busy team. Description Responsibilities will include: Coordination trauma response support, onsite counselling, training workshops and other additional services for the Critical Incident and Foundations teams for our clients throughout Australia and Asia Pacific. Continuous improvement of information and business processes i Carrying out all required data management and invoicing related to Additional Services Maintaining and applying the organisational values when dealing with clients, associates, internal staff and team members Timely and appropriate responses to email queries received, including those of shared inboxes Efficiently maintain all group inboxes Completing allocated Additional Service requests and projects assigned by the team manager accurately and within the required timeframes Profile To be successful in this position you will need: Proven exceptional Customer service experience an desire to exceed customer expectations Intermediate to advanced computer/keyboard skills including Microsoft Excel, Word, Outlook/email Be empathetic and understanding towards the client in their time of need Excellent written & verbal communication skills Highly developed organisational and time management skills Ability to work well under pressure Taking ownership of situations and seeing them through to completion Able to work Monday-Friday 8am-6pm rotating roster Job Offer This is an exciting opportunity to support positive changes in people's lives. Be part of a unique team that helps their clients employees feel loved by supporting, connecting, recognising, rewarding and guiding them on their wellbeing. If this sounds like the perfect opportunity for you, please APPLY NOW Only successful applicants will be notified. • Tue, 27 FebAdecco

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Vendor Management Administrator » 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. . Clough currently has an opportunity for an experienced Vendor Management Administrator to join team on Project Ceres. Within this role you will be Responsible for the Vendor Registration, Qualification, Performance and Development activities across the project. 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: Actively create and drive new opportunities and activities for the engagement of internal and external stakeholders. To influence, negotiate and identify potential risks and value add opportunities. Organising and coordinating Vendor meetings and preparation meetings. Monitoring Vendor service level performance, establishing and maintaining Vendor Matrix. Produce management reports (highlighting key Supplier performance, including coordinating Vendor scorecards). Establish Strategic and corporate level vendor relationship and engagement plan Proactively develop Category and location-based Vendor Lists for Project & Clough corporate, bids/projects Monitor milestone progress and contractor performance. Liaising regularly with key stakeholders. Refining and Improving Corporate and Project Specific Vendor Management process and with detailed work-instructions, training material and templates Review of Contract management and related practices. Participate/Conduct Supplier audits on-site & off-site including Supplier Performance Management Lead/Participate Clough's Strategic initiatives of Reconciliation Action Plan -RAP; Australian Industry Participation- AIP and Local Industry Development Participation : LIDP What you will bring to the team: Minimum of 3 years of experience in a similar role in a project/company of the similar size and complexity Recognised tertiary qualifications in supply chain, management and/or engineering fields Internal/Lead Auditor's Quality & /or environment Management Systems Significant procurement/Category Management experience across Indirect Categories within a large organization Risk based approach to Vendor management and development activities. Demonstrated experience in developing effective category and procurement strategies, Strong communication and stakeholder management skills across different levels Excellent risk analysis skills Agile and Structured approach to process development and improvement 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. To us, workplace diversity means creating an inclusive environment that accepts every person, embraces their differences, and provides opportunities for all to achieve their full potential. We are a certified Employer of Choice for Gender Equality by WGEA, a partner with Pride in Diversity, a recognised employer of choice by WORK180, a signatory of the Veterans' Employment Commitment and an active member of CEOs for Gender Equity and Champions for Change Coalition. We strongly encourage people with disability, Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander people, mature aged workers and people from culturally diverse backgrounds to apply. We are delivering some of Australia's most exciting and pioneering projects across the energy, resources and infrastructure industries. 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. • Sat, 24 FebClough Limited
Mental Health and Wellbeing Research Lead » Docklands, Melbourne - Company description:The AFL is Australia's premier sporting organisation supporting two constantly evolving national competitions, AFL and AFLW. Our purpose is to progress the game, so everyone can share in its heritage and possibilities.We have a strong workforce presence in most States and Territories of Australia including Northern Territory, QLD, NSW / ACT, Victoria and Tasmania.As the AFL/ AFLW competitions continue to grow and evolve at both the elite and community levels, we are focused on ensuring we attract and retain great people in both permanent and casual roles at all levels and within all areas of our industry.Importantly, we aim to reflect the communities where our game is played by recruiting locally where possible to strengthen our connection to the ‘grassroots' of our game. We are also fortunate to have hundreds of passionate volunteers within our industry, offering their time and expertise to help grow our game.The AFL's purchase of Marvel Stadium in Docklands, Melbourne, further diversifies our workforce with more than 1000 casual employees to make every moment matter for our fans and customers.Job description:ABOUT US As an organisation, the AFL works tirelessly in all states and at all levels to enhance and grow the game - from grassroots to elite. Together, we put on the game, deliver important events, communicate with our fans, run community programs, develop coaches and umpires, collaborate with partners, delight members, support clubs and so much more. While our roles may vary, we are all united by a common goal, to progress the game so that everyone can share in its heritage and possibilities. The AFL is committed to promoting and protecting the safety and wellbeing of children and young people in our care. Please note, we undertake several screening processes to ensure this commitment is upheld, this includes ensuring the successful candidate to this position holds a valid employee Working with Children/ Vulnerable People check and a satisfactory criminal history record check. We are an Equal Opportunity employer and firmly believe that diversity and inclusion is an important part of both the AFL and the communities in which we operate. Our game is for everyone, and we strive to be a workplace for everyone. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples are encouraged to apply. ABOUT THE ROLE The Mental Health and Wellbeing Research Lead is a member of the AFL's Mental Health and Wellbeing team and is responsible for overseeing the research and evaluation activities of the mental health and wellbeing projects across AFL, AFLW, Talent Pathways and State and community football. The role is a senior researcher role (equivalent Level C) with a focus on leading innovation and research translation in order to contribute to the continuous improvement of the AFL Industry's prevention of and response to the mental health of AFL and AFLW players at all levels of the game. The position will provide an opportunity to work in a dynamic mental health wellbeing team who strive for innovation in areas of mental health and wellbeing, prioritise research translation to influence policy and practice and contribute to building the evidence-base in professional sport. A DAY IN THE LIFE OF Key Accountabilities: Identify and lead collaboration with appropriate research partners (including academic institutions, consultants and other research bodies) Develop, implement and coordinate best practice research design and implementation Contribute to the evaluation and research action plan for the AFL Industry Mental Health and Wellbeing Strategy 2024-2027 Sit on appropriate research governance committees Lead the successful delivery of AFL and AFLW applied research projects Translate research findings into meaningful practice, policy or education initiatives Uphold the integrity and ethical conduct of research and evaluation at the AFL. OUR IDEAL TEAM MEMBER Core Competencies: Demonstrated knowledge of the AFL Industry or high-performance sport Demonstrated research impact, through publication, policy and translation activities Demonstrated excellence in diverse stakeholder engagement and management Demonstrated excellence in research design and methods Exceptional written and oral communication skills Mandatory: PhD or equivalent. Academic track record in mental health, wellbeing, social and emotional development, or population health. OUR CULTURE Please visit www.afl.com.au/careers/our-organisation THE PERKS Play The Day Your Way - a flexible approach to your working life My Development - lean into the AFL's My Development program consisting of on-the-job training, coaching and mentoring, and formal learning Play Well - access to our extensive Health and Wellbeing program centered around our belief in a healthy body, healthy mind, and healthy workplace My Benefits - with thanks to our AFL Corporate Partners, access great benefits and discounts AFL Silver Memberships - permanent team members can access AFL matches at Marvel Stadium and the MCG, enjoy and share the experience of our game with your family and friends Applications Close: 26 March 2024We offer:THE PERKS Play The Day Your Way - a flexible approach to your working life My Development - lean into the AFL's My Development program consisting of on-the-job training, coaching and mentoring, and formal learning Play Well - access to our extensive Health and Wellbeing program centered around our belief in a healthy body, healthy mind, and healthy workplace My Benefits - with thanks to our AFL Corporate Partners, access great benefits and discounts AFL Silver Memberships - permanent team members can access AFL matches at Marvel Stadium and the MCG, enjoy and share the experience of our game with your family and friends • Fri, 23 FebAFL – Australian Football League
Functional Consultant Analyst (36161) » Australia - s Responsible in providing solutions to customers in all phases of implementation regarding to implementation methodology, including detailed design, training, and implemetation. Demonstrate deep understanding of the customer's business process and provide simple or incomplex solution according to assigned industry and software application. Work closely with sales team and principals in order to support the achievement of sales target for software application, implementation service, and training service. Responsible in providing guidance to junior colleagues regarding to daily tasks. Detail job desc: Evaluate, identify, and give recommendation regarding customer's application in order to provide the appropriate business solution; and compose it into business proposal, conduct the presentation and/or demo system to customer Act as project leader in planning, designing, and monitoring during software implementation process Direct contact with customer to provide solutions to the problems that arise after implementation, as well as to seek the possibility to implement another development Act as a training instructor/coach for customers in learning, understanding, and operation of the implemented software application in basic and advance trainings Maintain and develop knowledge of specific application system technology Act as technical advisor for team project and as a solution reference of problem faced by customer Job Requirements Bachelor degree in any major depends on the software application (e.g. accounting, psychology, science, business adm, industrial engineering, etc) Min. 4 years experience in application system implementation Involve in min. 6 full cycle projects Min. 2 times experienced as team leader Master software business process and has several industrial skill/ knowledge Has min. 2 technical certification Project Management certified Computer and English literate Competencies TEAM ORIENTATION IMPACT & INFLUENCE RESPONSIVE TO CUSTOMERS/ OTHER PARTIES DRIVE COMMUNICATION ANALYTICAL THINKING SELF CONTROL & CONFIDENCE • Fri, 23 FebMetrodata Electronics
Functional Consultant Analyst (36458) » Australia - s With full guidance from direct report and/or senior level, responsible in analyzing the assigned software application and providing solutions to customers in all phases of implementation regarding to implementation methodology. Demonstrate the understanding of the software application business process and provide advice according to assigned industry and software application. Detail job desc: Perform the application implementation and ensure its process is in accordance with customer's needs and proposed timeline Direct contact with customer to provide solutions to the problems that arise after implementation, as well as to seek the possibility to implement another development Become a training facilitator for customers in learning, understanding, and operation of the implemented software application in basic and advance trainings Maintain and develop knowledge of specific application system technology Job Requirements Bachelor degree in any major depends on the software application (e.g. accounting, psychology, science, business adm, industrial engineering, etc) 0-2 years of experience in application system Has basic knowledge in industrial business process Computer and English literate Competencies TEAM ORIENTATION IMPACT & INFLUENCE RESPONSIVE TO CUSTOMERS/ OTHER PARTIES DRIVE COMMUNICATION ANALYTICAL THINKING SELF CONTROL & CONFIDENCE • Sat, 17 FebMetrodata Electronics
Functional Consultant Analyst (36769) » Australia - s With full guidance from direct report and/or senior level, responsible in analyzing the assigned software application and providing solutions to customers in all phases of implementation regarding to implementation methodology. Demonstrate the understanding of the software application business process and provide advice according to assigned industry and software application. Detail job desc: Perform the application implementation and ensure its process is in accordance with customer's needs and proposed timeline Direct contact with customer to provide solutions to the problems that arise after implementation, as well as to seek the possibility to implement another development Become a training facilitator for customers in learning, understanding, and operation of the implemented software application in basic and advance trainings Maintain and develop knowledge of specific application system technology Job Requirements Bachelor degree in any major depends on the software application (e.g. accounting, psychology, science, business adm, industrial engineering, etc) 0-2 years of experience in application system Has basic knowledge in industrial business process Computer and English literate Competencies TEAM ORIENTATION IMPACT & INFLUENCE RESPONSIVE TO CUSTOMERS/ OTHER PARTIES DRIVE COMMUNICATION ANALYTICAL THINKING SELF CONTROL & CONFIDENCE • Sat, 17 FebMetrodata Electronics
National Wellbeing and Injury Manager » North Sydney, North Sydney Area - An exciting opportunity for a National Wellbeing and Injury Manager to join our dedicated Health, Safety and Wellbeing team. From an Injury Management perspective, you will play a strategic role overseeing the function. The day-to-day RTW Coordination is supported, however you will be actively involved in all claims, ensuring there is effective end-to-end claim management, and that timely communication is maintained between the business leaders, the worker, the insurer and all other third-party providers. You will also drive the development of strategy for injury management to ensure continual improvement and best practice. On the mental health and wellbeing side of the role, you will focus on managing psychosocial risk in a variety of situations - from reporters and journalists working in war zones to participants on reality TV shows. You will identify, develop and implement programs specific to industry in order to support a holistic and industry-leading approach to mental health and wellbeing at Nine. Day to day you will: Manage workers compensation, injury management and return to work programs, ensuring effective end to end claim management with the RTW provider, insurer and other third parties Ensure workers Compensation premiums and costs are managed through diligent claims management process and continual reviews nationally Assist in the formation of wellbeing strategic objectives and facilitate wellbeing and mental health programs Drive a health and wellbeing culture from a behavioural and compliance perspective Design and implement frameworks, tools, processes and other mechanisms related to injury management and health and wellbeing Lead health and wellbeing monitoring, including managing functional and psychosocial risk • Sat, 17 FebFairfax Media
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 • Fri, 16 FebMINERAL RESOURCES LIMITED
Registered Psychologist » Silver Sands, Mandurah Area - All exp levels and endorsements required Own calendar management with WFH flexibility Extensive list of Employee benefits and growing with a fun and inclusive culture Gain access to the best professional development and mentors in the industry The ORS Psychology team is expanding and we are seeking our next Psychologist to join the team You will be joining a national team of 200 Psychologists working under different service pathways, including the NDIS and the private sector. You will have the opportunity to develop, extend and deepen your clinical expertise in a friendly, well-supported team and in an organisation that values your growth, passion and skills. While providing psychological practice you will be using evidence-based therapeutic modalities, including CBT, ACT & DBT. ORS also offers a full range of psychological assessments, including mental health, IQ, psychoeducational, school readiness, decision-making capacity, autism and ADHD assessments. There will be the opportunity to receive training to develop your skills in this area and administer such assessments to applicable clients. Experience in the provision of cognitive and autism assessments will be looked upon favourably, as will endorsement in Clinical Neuropsychology, Clinical Psychology or Educational and Developmental Psychology. If you are just starting your Psychology career, ORS support the 42 and 51 pathways, as well as registrar programs, with a team of AHPRA Board-approved Supervisors on staff in all areas of expertise to guide and support you to achieve your clinical competencies. If you are mid-to-late career, we would highly value your experience You will have the opportunity to work in our clinic with a multidiscipline team of practitioners or across various environments, including family homes, disability group homes, day programs, schools within your community. Work Life Balance The ORS executive team really believes in the benefits of a healthy work life balance. Many of us have families and lead busy lives outside of work so we know how important it is for our staff to maintain a balanced lifestyle. For this reason we: Provide the resources for our staff to be able to work from home Aim to allocate clients close to your home Give you ownership of your own calendar so you can book appointments to suit your schedule Provide suburban office locations with free onsite & local parking Give you the ability to work part time or reduced hours Learning and Development At ORS we truly value the clinical and professional development of our staff. That is why we have a dedicated Learning & Development Manager in the Psychology division who possesses 14 years of clinical experience in the disability field, an extensive background in autism research, and impressive qualifications. You will be able to connect with the L&D Manager from the Psychology division, and L&D Managers in other divisions, in one on one and group training sessions, plus have the ability to email or pick up the phone at any time to ask their advice on complex cases. This resource is in addition to the many Managers and Team Leaders we have on staff A few requirements Tertiary qualifications in Psychology For Registrar Program: Ability to become registered with AHPRA in a Registrar program – e.g., clinical psychology, clinical neuropsychology, education and developmental psychology, or forensic psychology For endorsed positions: registration with AHPRA with endorsement in clinical psychology, clinical psychology, clinical neuropsychology, education and developmental psychology, or forensic psychology Registration or ability to become registered with AHPRA A car and licence A National Police Clearance, Working With Children/Working with Vulnerable People Check & NDIS Worker Screening Clearance or able to get one for a client facing role (or willingness to obtain one before commencement) A bit about us: We are one of the largest and fastest growing family owned and operated national allied health and workplace rehabilitation providers in Australia, with a proven track record and reputation for providing high quality evidence-based, and client-centred services for over 30 years Due to our incredible culture, passion for excellence, stability, and gratitude for being able to see the potential and recognise the strengths of every individual it’s easy to see why our workforce has grown 1200% in 4 years and why we are the allied health services provider of choice For further information on ORS Group, we encourage you to visit our website to read more about our extensive services, our detailed employee profiles, video library & company values. If this sounds like the job for you, don’t miss this opportunity and apply now If you do not have an updated CV, you can contact Brad Smith on 0438 713 160 for a confidential discussion email bradley.smithorsgroup.com.au or add Brad on LinkedIn - www.linkedin.com/in/bradley-smith-669150a3 The ORS Group is a multicultural, diverse, supportive and flexible employer, specifically encouraging applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Australians, people from culturally diverse backgrounds, working parents, LGBTQIA and people with disabilities. Video • Thu, 15 FebORS
Senior Planner » Perth, Perth Region - 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. An opportunity has arisen for an experienced Construction Project Planner to join our Perth Project Controls team. Reporting to the Project Controls Manager, you will be responsible for providing technical expertise to support planning and analysis of project schedule information and assisting in the development, updating and reporting against the project schedules. 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 clear and concise communication of schedule deviations and impacts to the project management team to ensure early impacts to schedule are highlighted. Producing resource plans including rosters, working patterns, resource profiles, headcount requirement and information to support training and recruitment requirements. Developing comprehensive Basis of Schedule documents outlining schedule assumptions, construction sequencing, calendars, weather, resources, equipment and Critical Path information Supporting the development and implementation of the project specific advanced work packaging. What you will bring to the team: 5 years multi discipline project execution planning experience. Experience on large Oil & Gas, Mining, Infrastructure, Marine construction projects. Experience within building Construction schedules. Experience in Navisworks, Primavera P6 (essential), MS Office Suite (essential) and data management tools such as PowerBI (preferred). Tertiary qualification in Engineering, or related field would be advantageous. Willingness and ability to undertake regular site travel as part of this position. 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, 15 FebClough Limited
Civil Construction Supervisor » Karratha, Roebourne Area - Deliver a sustainable future with WA's landmark urea project Clough , as part of a joint venture, is delivering Perdaman Industries' 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 currently searching for a Civil Construction Supervisor with strong civil and bulk earthworks experience to join the project team in Karratha. Reporting to the Construction Manager, you will be responsible supervising and coordinating bulk earthworks and civil construction activities on site, ensuring compliance to project specifications, safety and quality standards. 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: Supervising and coordinating construction crews and plant activities, organising materials & machinery, ensuring workforce, machinery & materials are in the right place, at the right time, meeting projects' requirements. Monitoring and enforcing safety regulations and promote a safe working environment. Allocating tasks and monitoring work to ensure quality standards are always maintained. Proactively managing site operations to ensure compliance to all practices, policies, procedures and in accordance with statutory regulations. Conducting inspections to identify and address any potential issues or deviations. Reviewing and approving construction plans, drawings, and materials. Providing technical guidance and support to construction teams. Monitoring and controlling project costs, ensuring adherence to budgetary constraints. Maintaining accurate documentation of construction activities, progress, and any changes. What you will bring to the team: Strong site supervisory skills with bulk earthworks, civil and concreting experience on large construction projects. Excellent leadership skills and the ability to problem solve and identify practical solutions. Ability to build sound working relationships all stakeholders, including client representatives, sub-contractors and peers. Strong organisational and communication skills. Ability to promote and foster a strong safety culture across the project. Valid WA Driver's License class C and White Card (must have) 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, 15 FebClough Limited
Manager (Parental Leave Relief) » Sydney, Sydney Region - Grow your career with an industry-leading mental health organisation Broaden your experience and gain valuable skills in a parental leave relief Manager position overseeing our Sydney teams. This parental leave relief position is: Closed-term full-time from May 2024 to January 2025 Working Monday to Friday, with an on-call rotating roster Overseeing the Sydney Teams in Marrickville, Kogarah, Caringbah, Surry Hills & Maroubra Attractive salary starting at $102,000 per annum plus super and tax-free salary packaging About the Role As a Manager with Flourish Australia, your role is to achieve Flourish Australia’s vision by providing a high quality and responsive recovery oriented service that best supports people with a lived experience of mental health issues to achieve their hopes and dreams. Reporting directly to the Regional Manager, you will work with people who access Flourish Australia to achieve their full potential by getting the best out of your team. You will achieve this by working with integrity and in a professional manner with the people who access Flourish Australia, your team, and interested stakeholders. Your main responsibilities will include: Managing, developing and leading day-to-day service provision. Providing leadership in all aspects of the operation of service. Ensuring services are of a high standard and compliant with standards of quality practice. Managing, developing and maintaining key partnerships with internal and external stakeholders. Ensuring the programs and services you are responsible for operate according to budget. Meeting all policy, contractual and legislative requirements and achieving good outcomes for the people who access our services. Managing the fiscal, human and property resources of the service within the scope of the position. Providing support to the team to enable personal growth by projecting a positive outlook, a sense of belonging, and social inclusiveness in the community. Managing and expanding the services of the organisation in your area of responsibility. Utilise good professional staff supervisory skills and effectively utilise staff and resources so people accessing our services receive a quality service. For more information on what it means to be a Manager, please review the Position Description . Who we are Flourish Australia is one of Australia’s most experienced community mental health organisations. Our purpose is to support people to flourish, believe in their futures, and become contributing members of the community. • Wed, 14 FebFlourish Australia
Team Leader - Lived Experience » Unley, Unley Area - Almost half of Australian adults will experience a mental health illness at some point in their life. You can make a meaningful difference to the Australian community by joining the Life Without Barriers team. Our mental health teams provide client-led, recovery-orientated mental health support, creating positive change in such a vital industry. Life Without Barriers is a leading social purpose organisation of 8,000 employees working in more than 500 communities across Australia. We support children, young people and families, people with disability, older people, and people with mental illness. We work with people who are homeless and refugees and asylum seekers. Join a community of people dedicated to breaking down barriers. We want to employ people who reflect the diversity of our clients to ensure we can support each client's individual needs and wants. We encourage people of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander background and people with disability to apply. About the Role We are looking for an experienced Team Leader - Lived Experience, for our Mental Health team. The purpose of the Team Leader Lived Experience position is to demonstrate through a Lived Experience (LEx) lens/perspective, organisational and leadership skills in the coordination of services to assist our service users. The Team Leader is focused upon ensuring that the individual needs of service users are met, whilst maintaining an efficient and safe working environment for staff. We are looking for someone with strong experience in the Mental Health sector with a lived experience (LEx) of personal mental distress and a rich understanding of personal processes of recovery. The Team Leader will be willing to purposefully use personal story to help others further their own understanding of recovery and support the LEx workforce. The position will provide supervision and support to a team of Peer Support and Community Rehabilitation Support Workers. The Team Leader - Lived Experience is a permanent, full time position, with flexibility to work on a hybrid office/home model.Key Responsibilities Advocate for service user voice and LEx in the development of the service and support of the LEx workforce. Coordinate and manage daily operations of the relevant programs. Provide services in accordance with funding agency standards and agreements. Demonstrate recognition that intersectionality features prominently within the LEx workforce and encourage, nurture and support diversity. Demonstrate willingness to be vulnerable and public to use emotional understanding and knowing as key to the work role. Keep Carer lens/perspective when promoting healing and recovery. Skills & Experience Relevant Mental Health, Social, Community Services qualification or equivalent Demonstrated a lived experience (LEx) of personal mental distress and an understanding of personal processes of recovery Demonstrated experience of working in a leadership/management role in a human services organisation. An understanding of the wider LEx movement and concepts including LEx-led research/training. Strong coordination, leadership and peer support skills. Benefits Meaningful work opportunity at one of Australia's largest and leading Social Purpose Organisations Partner and collaborate with industry leaders across Mental Health and grow your skillset Competitive remuneration Salary Packaging Benefits and Car Leasing options through Maxxia Monthly Rostered Day Off (RDO) Access to an extensive suite Employee Assistance Program To be considered for and appointed to a position at Life Without Barriers, you must be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 with a minimum of two (2) doses or hold a valid medical exemption certificate, in accordance with Life Without Barriers Employee COVID-19 Vaccination Policy. You will be required to provide evidence of your vaccination status during the recruitment process. Successful candidates will be required to clear probity checks including National Criminal History Record Check and Working with Children Check (where relevant to the role). How to Apply Include your resume and covering letter in one document, click ‘Apply’ and follow the prompts. For any enquiries including persons with disability that require adjustments, contact lisa.hurdlwb.org.au Applications will be reviewed as they are received and will close midnight Sunday 25th February 2024. • Wed, 14 FebLife Without Barriers
Staff Specialist ( Psychiatrist) » Queensland, Australia - THE POSITION As a Staff Specialist Psychiatrist, you will play a crucial role in providing clinical care within a High Security Inpatient Service, Secure Mental Health Rehabilitation Service, and Extended Forensic Treatment and Rehabilitation Unit or Prison Mental Health Service. The position involves clinical leadership, ensuring high-quality mental health care is delivered efficiently by a capable workforce. KEY RESPONSIBILITIES Provide leadership and accountability for the day-to-day activity of a clinical team within the Forensic and Secure Service. Possess well-developed clinical knowledge and skills in forensic mental health care and contemporary mental health service delivery. Contribute to the implementation of organisational goals, strategies, and work plans within the service. Collaboratively plan tasks, implement clinical plans with measurable milestones, and adapt to a changing environment. WHY WORK WITH PARAGON MEDICS? Over 20 years of combined doctor recruitment experience across the UK and Australia. We remain transparent and open and committed with you at every stage of our journey together. We are mental health industry specialists and are committed to raising the standard in specialist health-care recruitment ESSENTIAL REQUIREMENTS Successful candidates will be required to meet the following criteria: Fellowship of the Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Psychiatrists or approved equivalent. Eligible for registration by the Medical Board of Australia AHPRA Registration Australian Working Rights Working with Children Check For a confidential discussion about this position and/ or to receive a detailed information pack regarding this opportunity please contact Kiran. • Wed, 14 FebParagon Medics
Lead Talent Management Partner » Sydney CBD, Sydney - This is a remote position. With a sufficient timezone overlap with the team, we're able to hire eligible candidates for this role from any location in Australia and New Zealand. Your future team You will operate within the Talent Management pillar of the Talent Team and report to the Head of Talent Management. You will focus on Talent Management programs across the Talent lifecycle, driving strategy, design, and execution of key Talent Programs, with a special focus on Talent Analytics and Insights. Note: The scope of work does NOT include Talent Acquisition. Most of the current team members are spread across the APAC and the US Pacific time zone. We are reimagining our annual performance management process and it's an exciting time to be part of the team that's shaping and driving this change for the enterprise. What you'll do Manage all aspects of programmatic design and delivery, understanding and assessing enterprise and business needs, and developing data-driven and business-aligned programs, processes, and enablemen t plans. Design and implement data driven talent interventions , programs, and processes to assess, manage and measure equitable outcomes for the organisation's workforce Shape the direction of talent management processes, ensuring empirical evidence of their effectiveness , RoI, and direct impact to business imperatives. Draw on Talent data , analytics, insights, and benchmark analyses, to inform talent management priorities and employee experience design Understand interlinkages between talent processes and how data can flow seamlessly through various use cases and is integrated upstream and downstream Ensure practices are integrated with other people processes across the full employee lifecycle and data flow is shared and seamless Forge effective partnerships across the People team ecosystem , driving collective adjustments required to optimise key Talent processes Define and track success measures for talent management programs and change management and enablement efforts Research trends and changes in workforce management to develop, inclusive, and equitable talent management strategies. Stay informed on the latest thinking on performance management, skill, and competency frameworks and bring practices to Atlassian, to increase the impact of our own strategies. Advanced degree in Industrial/Organisational Psychology, or related preferred experience in and demonstrated subject matter expertise in Talent Management. 15 years of relevant experience leading end-to-end Talent Management projects or processes and developing creative Talent Management solutions Experience with and knowledge of talent management principles, frameworks, methodologies, and tools. Strong analytical and problem-solving abilities, with a data-driven and evidence-based approach to decision-making Demonstrated ability to impact the direction of your team's work product. Demonstrated customer focus, including a track record of developing an understanding of the business structure, people, processes, and technology to drive business-aligned design. Demonstrated ability to collaborate across multiple functions. • Sat, 10 FebAtlassian
TAFE Sessional Mental Health and AOD » Footscray, Maribyrnong Area - Opportunity to share your industry knowledge and experience.Recently completed your TAE and looking for entry into vocational trainingRoles are located across our Footscray Nicholson/ Werribee/ Sunshine campusesAbout Us:Seeking Expressions of Interest for TAFE Sessional TeachersVictoria University (VU) is proud to deliver TAFE courses that meet the needs of both students and industry. Our proud 100 year history of excellence in the delivery of vocational education, providing you with tailored, work-based and flexible courses. Today VU is one of the largest and most culturally diverse education institutions in Australia.About the opportunities:VU is seeking expressions of interest for educators with current industry experience as a:Mental health practitioner with dual diagnosis skills Your responsibilities will include:Teaching Cert 4 Mental Health or Cert 4 AOD Preparing class content materials including case studies, problem-based learning scenarios, and delivering classes online and on campus at various locationsCompetency-based assessment and student evaluation including industry placement supportAbout You:You must have or be willing to obtain:TAE40116 or TAE40122 Certificate IV in Training and Assessment or TAE40110 with upgrade units TAELLN411 and TAEASS502A qualification within the relevant sectorWorking with Children CheckMinimum 1 year working experience within the last 5 years in the industry and willingness to share experience and knowledge within classroom settingExcellent communication skills and “can do” attitudeRelevant skills in Microsoft office, databases and record keepingCurrent police check valid within 6 monthsHow to Apply:To submit your application, please click on the APPLY button or visit Careers at VU.Applications must include:A cover letter which includes outlining current availabilityYour current curriculum vitae/resumeEvidence of applicable qualifications and Working with Children CheckContact details of two referees Applications close: Friday 23 February 2024 5:00pm.Please contact Michelle Reilly, Manager Early Childhood & Community Services at michelle.reillyvu.edu.au for further information about these sessional teaching opportunities.At VU we believe diversity is a strength – the more diverse perspectives, identities, cultural backgrounds, ages and experience of our students and staff, the better our working environment, research and educational experience of our students.With a culturally diverse population of students and staff from a wide range of backgrounds, we strive to foster a welcoming and inclusive environment where all students and staff are respected, valued and enabled to thrive. • Sat, 10 FebVictoria University
Senior Staff Specialist /Staff Specialist » Queensland, Australia - THE POSITION The primary responsibility of this position is to provide high-quality psychiatric services and demonstrate clinical leadership across the Division of Adult Mental Health Services. This is a crucial role in supporting the strategic direction, ongoing development, and overall quality of services provided by the Mental Health Services. Key Responsibilities: Provide direct psychiatric clinical services to patients within the Division of Adult Mental Health Services Lead a multi-disciplinary team to deliver high-quality clinical care. Collaborate with various stakeholders including psychiatrists, Executive Director of Clinical Services, and Directors of Clinical and Corporate Governance. Ensure evidence-informed addiction and mental health care, promoting budget integrity. Provide supervision to medical officers and RANCZP trainees. Work collaboratively with Clinical Directors and Division Directors of Academic Clinical Units. WHY WORK WITH PARAGON MEDICS? Over 20 years of combined doctor recruitment experience across the UK and Australia. We remain transparent and open and committed with you at every stage of our journey together. We are mental health industry specialists and are committed to raising the standard in specialist health-care recruitment ESSENTIAL REQUIREMENTS Successful candidates will be required to meet the following criteria: Fellowship of the Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Psychiatrists or approved equivalent. Eligible for registration by the Medical Board of Australia AHPRA Registration Australian Working Rights Working with Children Check For a confidential discussion about this position and/ or to receive a detailed information pack regarding this opportunity please contact Kiran. • Fri, 09 FebParagon Medics
Senior Medical Officer / Staff Specialist Psychiatry » Queensland, Australia - THE POSITION As a Senior Medical Officer or Staff Specialist in Psychiatry, you will provide clinical care and treatment within a multi-disciplinary clinical team. Additionally, you will offer administrative and educational services to consumers and staff Key Responsibilities: Provide clinical leadership to the team and with the Nurse Unit Manager / Team Manager ensuring the smooth, efficient, and effective operation of the service. Attend team review meetings and education sessions. Provide supervision/teaching to registrar, junior medical staff, medical students and the other professional staff in team. Ensure compliance with the provisions of the Mental Health Act 2016 is achieved. Maintain clear accurate clinical documentation including statistical and clinical data collection and data entry for CIMHA and ieMR. Provide written reports as required. Attend monthly departmental meetings with the locality Clinical Director. Report regularly on performance measures as required by the Executive Director. Support and develop quality improvement and evaluation measures. Research activities are an integral part of this position and will be encouraged. WHY WORK WITH PARAGON MEDICS? Over 20 years of combined doctor recruitment experience across the UK and Australia. We remain transparent and open and committed with you at every stage of our journey together. We are mental health industry specialists and are committed to raising the standard in specialist health-care recruitment ESSENTIAL REQUIREMENTS Successful candidates will be required to meet the following criteria: Fellowship of the Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Psychiatrists or approved equivalent. Eligible for registration by the Medical Board of Australia AHPRA Registration Australian Working Rights Working with Children Check For a confidential discussion about this position and/ or to receive a detailed information pack regarding this opportunity please contact Kiran. • Fri, 09 FebParagon Medics
Consultant Psychiatrist -WA » Western Australia, Australia - THE POSITION Are you a dedicated Psychiatrist seeking a fulfilling career in Western Australia? The WA Country Health Service is looking for a dynamic and innovative Consultant Psychiatrist dedicated to delivering services that address the distinctive requirements in the region. This position is ideal for clinicians passionate about Indigenous mental health and rural and remote mental health.Everyday is filled with unique opportunities and challenges,whilst the goal remains dedicated to providing the best care to patients and advocating their well-being. KEY RESPONSIBILITIES As the Consultant Psychiatrist, you will be responsible for the provision of specialised medical psychiatric services. Your role will encompass clinical leadership, assessment, treatment, liaison and consultation services. WHY WORK WITH PARAGON MEDICS? Over 20 years of combined doctor recruitment experience across the UK and Australia. We remain transparent and open and committed with you at every stage of our journey together. We are mental health industry specialists and are committed to raising the standard in specialist health care recruitment. 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. • Fri, 09 FebParagon Medics
Staff Specialist ( Psychiatrist) » New South Wales, Australia - THE POSITION The role of staff specialist is a rewarding chance to be part of a dynamic mental health service. The position provides the flexibility to contribute to the Greater Metropolitan Health Service, encompassing various mental health facilities.The services have well established dedicated and experienced multi-disciplinary teams which include consultants, registrars, career medical officers, prevocational doctors, medical students, nurses, social workers, occupational therapists, psychologists, allied health professionals and administration staff. Consultants are expected to support peer colleagues providing cross cover when required. WHY WORK WITH PARAGON MEDICS? Over 20 years of combined doctor recruitment experience across the UK and Australia. We remain transparent and open and committed with you at every stage of our journey together. We are mental health industry specialists and are committed to raising the standard in specialist health-care recruitment ESSENTIAL REQUIREMENTS Successful candidates will be required to meet the following criteria: Fellowship of the Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Psychiatrists or approved equivalent. Eligible for registration by the Medical Board of Australia AHPRA Registration Australian Working Rights Working with Children Check For a confidential discussion about this position and/ or to receive a detailed information pack regarding this opportunity please contact Kiran. • Fri, 09 FebParagon Medics
Consultant Psychiatrist - WA » Western Australia, Australia - THE POSITION Are you a dedicated Psychiatrist seeking a fulfilling career in Western Australia? The WA Country Health Service is looking for a dynamic and innovative Consultant Psychiatrist dedicated to delivering services that address the distinctive requirements in the region. KEY RESPONSIBILITIES As the Consultant Psychiatrist, you will be responsible for the provision of specialised medical psychiatric services. Your role will encompass clinical leadership, assessment, treatment, liaison and consultation services. WHY WORK WITH PARAGON MEDICS? Over 20 years of combined doctor recruitment experience across the UK and Australia. We remain transparent and open and committed with you at every stage of our journey together. We are mental health industry specialists and are committed to raising the standard in specialist health care recruitment. 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. • Fri, 09 FebParagon Medics
Functional Consultant Analyst (36746) » Australia - s With full guidance from direct report and/or senior level, responsible in analyzing the assigned software application and providing solutions to customers in all phases of implementation regarding to implementation methodology. Demonstrate the understanding of the software application business process and provide advice according to assigned industry and software application. Detail job desc: Perform the application implementation and ensure its process is in accordance with customer's needs and proposed timeline Direct contact with customer to provide solutions to the problems that arise after implementation, as well as to seek the possibility to implement another development Become a training facilitator for customers in learning, understanding, and operation of the implemented software application in basic and advance trainings Maintain and develop knowledge of specific application system technology Job Requirements Bachelor degree in any major depends on the software application (e.g. accounting, psychology, science, business adm, industrial engineering, etc) 0-2 years of experience in application system Has basic knowledge in industrial business process Computer and English literate Competencies TEAM ORIENTATION IMPACT & INFLUENCE RESPONSIVE TO CUSTOMERS/ OTHER PARTIES DRIVE COMMUNICATION ANALYTICAL THINKING SELF CONTROL & CONFIDENCE • Wed, 07 FebMetrodata Electronics
HD Fitter - 8/6 7/7 » 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 • Wed, 07 FebMINERAL RESOURCES LIMITED
HD Fitter - 8/6 7/7 » 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 • Wed, 07 FebMINERAL RESOURCES LIMITED
Drill Fitter - Direct Flights from Brisbane » 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. MinRes has opportunities for Drill fitters working at our Wodgina Lithium mine site, based in the Pilbara region of Western Australia on a family friendly 2/2 roster. We are now offering direct flights from Brisbane directly to site. This role will have you working on our well-maintained company owned fleet of D65 and MD6250 Drills We offer Generous Relocation packages for eligible individuals or families if you wish to make the move to Western Australia New to industry opportunities for family members to join the MinRes family. Why join MinRes? 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: Driven and motivated with a high commitment to quality of work, safety and your team mates. 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, 05 FebMINERAL RESOURCES LIMITED
Allied Health Clinician - headspace » Australia - Join an industry-leading provider in youth mental health and provide high-level clinical services to young people in your local community Exciting new opportunity for an Allied Health Clinician to join our headspace services in Parramatta The position available is: Part-time (30hrs/fortnight) until 30 June 2024 Suitable for an experienced Mental Health Nurse, Registered Psychologist, or Mental Health Social Worker Based in Parramatta Attractive remuneration package starting from $99,500p.a. (pro-rata & commensurate with experience) 11% Super Salary Packaging About the Opportunity As an Allied Health Clinician with headspace, you will provide evidence-based assessment to inform individual formulation and care plans. You will work collaboratively with young people and their families to develop individual recovery plans that are person centred and committed to achieving individual therapeutic goals. 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: Deliver evidence-based interventions in line with the Medicare Better Access model within therapeutic context. Manage clinical risk in collaboration with the team including undertaking risk assessments and developing collaborative wellbeing plans to support young people. Reporting directly to the Clinical and Operations Manager, you will participate in clinical decisions about treatment planning, assessment, risk management and working with other stakeholders and services. Report on individual progress with young people during case discussions/ team meetings and also formally using relevant headspace data systems. Write professional reports and maintain progress notes on an ongoing bases using electronic databases. Actively assist in progressing the growth and development of the service, in line with the Strategic Plan and client demand. For further information on the Allied Health Clinician role, please read the • Mon, 05 FebFlourish Australia
Drill Fitter » Southern Cross, Yilgarn 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 has opportunities for Drill fitters working on owner operated sites, on MinRes owned equipment sites include Mount Marion- Lithium, Wodgina- Lithium and Koolyanobbing- Iron Ore. Why join MinRes? Work on new and near new fleet owned and maintained by MinRes. New D65 and MD6250 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: Driven and motivated with a high commitment to quality of work, safety and your teammates. 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. Want 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, 04 FebMINERAL RESOURCES LIMITED
Drill Fitter » 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 has opportunities for Drill fitters working on owner operated sites, on MinRes owned equipment sites include Mount Marion- Lithium, Wodgina- Lithium and Koolyanobbing- Iron Ore. Why join MinRes? Work on new and near new fleet owned and maintained by MinRes. New D65 and MD6250 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: Driven and motivated with a high commitment to quality of work, safety and your teammates. 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. Want 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, 04 FebMINERAL RESOURCES LIMITED
Drill 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 has opportunities for Drill fitters working on owner operated sites, on MinRes owned equipment sites include Mount Marion- Lithium, Wodgina- Lithium and Koolyanobbing- Iron Ore. Why join MinRes? Work on new and near new fleet owned and maintained by MinRes. New D65 and MD6250 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: Driven and motivated with a high commitment to quality of work, safety and your teammates. 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. Want 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, 04 FebMINERAL RESOURCES LIMITED
Drill Fitter » Myrup, Esperance 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 has opportunities for Drill fitters working on owner operated sites, on MinRes owned equipment sites include Mount Marion- Lithium, Wodgina- Lithium and Koolyanobbing- Iron Ore. Why join MinRes? Work on new and near new fleet owned and maintained by MinRes. New D65 and MD6250 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: Driven and motivated with a high commitment to quality of work, safety and your teammates. 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. Want 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, 04 FebMINERAL RESOURCES LIMITED
Drill 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 has opportunities for Drill fitters working on owner operated sites, on MinRes owned equipment sites include Mount Marion- Lithium, Wodgina- Lithium and Koolyanobbing- Iron Ore. Why join MinRes? Work on new and near new fleet owned and maintained by MinRes. New D65 and MD6250 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: Driven and motivated with a high commitment to quality of work, safety and your teammates. 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. Want 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, 04 FebMINERAL RESOURCES LIMITED
Human Resources Manager » Perth, Perth Region - Fantastic opportunity to head up the Human Resources Department in a quality company with a great culture and team Ready Resources (RR) provides solutions to large clients across Western Australia for their labour requirements. Ready's is proudly owned and operated within WA, starting in 2005 from small beginnings to being the number 1 choice to our clients. About the role: Reporting to the General Manager Maintain a high level of communication with operational personnel (and where relevant, client personnel to understand current and future manning requirements. Manage, and actively participate in the recruitment and onboarding process, including overseas recruitment. Provide advice and support to management on all employment and industrial relations matters. Manage employee relations/industrial relations with employees and union groups. Manage all Workers Compensation claims Oversee the payroll function Ensure ongoing compliance with relevant awards or enterprise agreements that apply. Review and develop policy and procedures to meet Company requirements and to ensure compliance with evolving legal requirements. What you will need: Demonstrated capacity to provide leadership to the development and implementation of strategies. Good understanding of applicable legislation, specifically the FWA, NES, relevant awards and associated legislative compliance requirements. Excellent interpersonal skills including demonstrated experience and skills in negotiation and conflict resolution with staff at all levels. Excellent organisational and planning skills. Highly developed computer literacy skills. Demonstrated skill in developing policy recommendations and intervention plans based on research evidence. High level problem solving skills and research/analytical ability. Demonstrated ability to provide leadership to a team during periods of organisational change. Commitment to teamwork and the maintenance of a supportive work environment. Degree in Human Resource Management / Industrial Relations or Psychology. Willing to travel to remote sites What is on offer: Top level salary $$$ - Negotiable based on experience Permanent full time position Convenient Location with free onsite parking Training & Support for continued growth Weekly pay cycle If you're ready to take the challenge, please click Apply now. For further information contact - recruit1readyresources.com Ready Resources is an Equal Opportunity Employer and encourages Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander people to apply Only successful applicants will be contacted www.readyresources.com • Fri, 02 FebReady Resources
Senior Talent Management Partner » Sydney CBD, Sydney - This is a remote position. With a sufficient timezone overlap with the team, we're able to hire eligible candidates for this role from any location in Australia and New Zealand. Your future team You will operate within the Talent Management pillar of the Talent Team and report to the Head of Talent Management. You will collaborate with the other Talent Partners and HRBPs, focusing on delivering enterprise-wide Talent solutions and also partnering with the Engineering function to deliver engineering-specific talent programs. Most of the current team members are spread across the Australian Eastern time zone and the US Pacific time zone. Evaluate and pilot the use cases for automation and artificial intelligence in the talent management processes Draw on employee data and analytics, and benchmark analyses, to inform talent management priorities and employee experience design Design and implement inclusive strategies, programs, and processes to assess, manage and measure equitable outcomes for the organisation's workforce. Support organisation talent processes such as performance management, promotions, process improvements, automation to ensure they are data-driven and aligned to ongoing strategic imperatives in the business. Manage the maintenance and execution of our talent management frameworks including performance evaluation instruments Research trends and changes in workforce management to develop effective, inclusive, and equitable talent management strategies Ensure practices are integrated with other people processes across the full employee lifecycle. Stay informed on the latest thinking on performance management, skill, and competency frameworks and bring practices to Atlassian, to increase the impact of our own strategies Advanced degree in Industrial/Organisational Psychology, or related preferred experience in and demonstrated subject matter expertise in performance management & assessment design, change management, employee experience design 8 years of relevant experience leading Talent Management projects or processes and developing creative Talent Management solutions Excellent project management skills, and creating connected talent management strategies that help a team-based, global workforce Strong analytical and problem-solving abilities, with a data-driven and evidence-based approach to decision-making, enabling you to collaborate with different stakeholders to develop effective solutions to issues. Demonstrated ability to impact the direction of your team’s work product Demonstrated customer focus, including experience developing an understanding of the business structure, people, processes, and technology to guide business-aligned design Demonstrated ability to collaborate across multiple departments • Fri, 02 FebAtlassian
Human Resources Advisor / Business Partner » Perth CBD, Perth - Great Opportunity to Grow a generalist HR/IR skill set Flexible Work Hours Active mentoring and support from a team of experienced professionals Who is LevelUp? Our objective is to ensure that organisational processes and structures are designed to support efficient and effective execution of day-to-day operations. Delivering predictable revenue and profitability by leveraging the future of work. In other words, we develop the gel that brings it all together through People, Process and Technology. We have four key segments within our business designed to address critical verticals within our client's organisations - specifically; Project Support Applied Technology, and Human Resources You can find out more about who we are and how we work by checking our website at www.lvlup.org The Opportunity As an Advisor or Business Partner, you are the arms and legs that are responsible for delivering the full spectrum of HR and IR solutions to our clients under the supervision of our Principal Advisers. Performing a combination of project-based work and delivering as an embedded team member your duties could include actions across the; full employee life cycle (i.e. recruitment to termination), business improvement activities such as process mapping, technology implementation and change management support; and technical industrial and employee relations case management and research (including EBA negotiation). At present we have an opportunity for a new team member to join us as on the as a result of new work. About You While we don't expect you to be a technical expert - we do expect a few fundamental things including; A solid foundation in practical Human Resources and Industrial Relations including the ability to work with Awards - exposure to EBA negotiations will be highly desirable At minimum completion of an undergraduate Degree in Human Resources, Psychology or Industrial Relations (or similar) An understanding of technology and how to use it effectively An insatiable desire to understand and a willingness to keep asking questions, and investigate until you do A fierce commitment to service High levels of integrity and reliability Resilience, Resilience, Resilience On offer is the chance to work with, and learn from people who are experts in their field and generate a skill set that will see you far surpass your peers in the future. This is a Perth-based role and only applicants currently residing in Perth with appropriate working rights will be considered. If this sounds like the opportunity you have been chasing then don't hesitate - apply now • Tue, 30 JanLevelUp
Associate/Senior Associate, Environment and Planning » Brisbane, QLD - , industrial and logistics, aged care/health care, mining, transport, water, energy and renewables. Instruct in planning... and regular wellbeing sessions with our in-house consulting Psychologist. Flexibility: hybrid and flexible working arrangements... • Tue, 30 JanAllens

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