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Educator » Paradise, Campbelltown Area - The Centre: Our 158-place centre is Exceeding in the National Quality Standard and perfectly situated on Darley Road. With a range of exciting, resource-rich environments including an art atelier, herb and vegetable gardens and natural play structures, children are encouraged to explore and learn. Children get out and about on excursions, so we have a great connection with the surrounding community. Back at the centre, we have an abundance of visitors throughout the year, ranging from space engineers to nutritionists. With a community-minded team of Educators who have been with the centre for a long time, we are proud to have a culturally diverse team and celebrate a variety of cultures and holidays. The Opportunity: ⭐ Professional Development & Learning: We empower you to lead your professional development through educational programs, mentoring, and peer support. ⭐ Positive Team Network Collaborate with fellow educators and teachers through enriching workshops, share best practices and be a part of an inclusive learning community. ⭐ Amazing Benefits : Get rewarded for your incredible work Enjoy competitive salaries, generous childcare discounts, reward and recognition initiatives and a refer and earn program ⭐ Resource-Rich Environments: enjoy well-resourced, high-quality spaces where both children and educators thrive. ⭐ Well-being Matters: Enjoy a range of benefits, from discounted fitness offers to paid first aid courses. Your holistic well-being is our priority. You will have: Diploma in Children’s Services (or working towards it) Prior experience in long day-care Practical understanding of NQF and EYLF Current Working with Children’s Check So, what are you waiting for? Apply now to join Guardian Childcare & Education. Referrals Welcome We offer referrals for Guardian employees so join us and bring a friend to refer and earn. For more details, visit: guardian.edu.au/careers/refer-your-friends Guardian Childcare & Education values diversity in the workplace and is an equal opportunity employer. Diverse cultures, backgrounds and experiences strengthen our teams and help us grow. We are committed to providing a workplace where every person is valued, respected, and supported to progress. We are also deeply committed to Reconciliation and creating an environment where Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander People feel a strong sense of belonging and connection. The safety and wellbeing of children will always be our top priority, Guardian Childcare & Education has a zero tolerance for any form of child abuse or harm. Educators Full-time Permanent All Adelaide SA Paradise Paradise So, what are you waiting for? Take the leap and apply now to join Guardian Childcare & Education. • Sat, 08 JunGuardian Childcare & Education
Educator » Paradise, Campbelltown Area - The Centre: Our 158-place centre is Exceeding in the National Quality Standard and perfectly situated on Darley Road. With a range of exciting, resource-rich environments including an art atelier, herb and vegetable gardens and natural play structures, children are encouraged to explore and learn. Children get out and about on excursions, so we have a great connection with the surrounding community. Back at the centre, we have an abundance of visitors throughout the year, ranging from space engineers to nutritionists. With a community-minded team of Educators who have been with the centre for a long time, we are proud to have a culturally diverse team and celebrate a variety of cultures and holidays. The Opportunity: ⭐ Professional Development & Learning: We empower you to lead your professional development through educational programs, mentoring, and peer support. ⭐ Positive Team Network Collaborate with fellow educators and teachers through enriching workshops, share best practices and be a part of an inclusive learning community. ⭐ Amazing Benefits : Get rewarded for your incredible work Enjoy competitive salaries, generous childcare discounts, reward and recognition initiatives and a refer and earn program ⭐ Resource-Rich Environments: enjoy well-resourced, high-quality spaces where both children and educators thrive. ⭐ Well-being Matters: Enjoy a range of benefits, from discounted fitness offers to paid first aid courses. Your holistic well-being is our priority. You will have: Diploma in Children’s Services (or working towards it) Prior experience in long day-care Practical understanding of NQF and EYLF Current Working with Children’s Check So, what are you waiting for? Apply now to join Guardian Childcare & Education. Referrals Welcome We offer referrals for Guardian employees so join us and bring a friend to refer and earn. For more details, visit: guardian.edu.au/careers/refer-your-friends Guardian Childcare & Education values diversity in the workplace and is an equal opportunity employer. Diverse cultures, backgrounds and experiences strengthen our teams and help us grow. We are committed to providing a workplace where every person is valued, respected, and supported to progress. We are also deeply committed to Reconciliation and creating an environment where Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander People feel a strong sense of belonging and connection. The safety and wellbeing of children will always be our top priority, Guardian Childcare & Education has a zero tolerance for any form of child abuse or harm. Educators Full-time Permanent All Adelaide SA Paradise Paradise So, what are you waiting for? Take the leap and apply now to join Guardian Childcare & Education. • Sat, 08 JunGuardian Childcare & Education
Educator » Dernancourt, Tea Tree Gully Area - Are you ready to embark on a rewarding journey that celebrates your passion for early childhood education? Look no further than Guardian Paradise. The Centre: Our 158-place centre is Exceeding in the National Quality Standard and perfectly situated on Darley Road. With a range of exciting, resource-rich environments including an art atelier, herb and vegetable gardens and natural play structures, children are encouraged to explore and learn. Children get out and about on excursions, so we have a great connection with the surrounding community. Back at the centre, we have an abundance of visitors throughout the year, ranging from space engineers to nutritionists. With a community-minded team of Educators who have been with the centre for a long time, we are proud to have a culturally diverse team and celebrate a variety of cultures and holidays. The Opportunity: ⭐ Professional Development & Learning: We empower you to lead your professional development through educational programs, mentoring, and peer support. ⭐ Positive Team Network Collaborate with fellow educators and teachers through enriching workshops, share best practices and be a part of an inclusive learning community. ⭐ Amazing Benefits : Get rewarded for your incredible work Enjoy competitive salaries, generous childcare discounts, reward and recognition initiatives and a refer and earn program ⭐ Resource-Rich Environments: enjoy well-resourced, high-quality spaces where both children and educators thrive. ⭐ Well-being Matters: Enjoy a range of benefits, from discounted fitness offers to paid first aid courses. Your holistic well-being is our priority. You will have: Diploma in Children's Services (or working towards it) Prior experience in long day-care Practical understanding of NQF and EYLF Current Working with Children's Check So, what are you waiting for? Apply now to join Guardian Childcare & Education. Referrals Welcome We offer referrals for Guardian employees so join us and bring a friend to refer and earn. For more details, visit: guardian.edu.au/careers/refer-your-friends Guardian Childcare & Education values diversity in the workplace and is an equal opportunity employer. Diverse cultures, backgrounds and experiences strengthen our teams and help us grow. We are committed to providing a workplace where every person is valued, respected, and supported to progress. We are also deeply committed to Reconciliation and creating an environment where Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander People feel a strong sense of belonging and connection. The safety and wellbeing of children will always be our top priority, Guardian Childcare & Education has a zero tolerance for any form of child abuse or harm. • Sat, 08 JunGuardian Early Learning Group
Nutritionist » Melbourne CBD, Melbourne - JBS Australia is a part of the global JBS business, which is the largest animal protein business in the world, and second largest food company with operations in North America, South America, Europe, Australia and New Zealand. JBS Australia's Pork Division has approximately 1500 employees spread across our three processing facilities as well as seven farms and three feed mills across Victoria, New South Wales, and South Australia. Our people are our greatest asset. Being a part of the JBS family means you have the opportunity to work closely with experts who thrive on determination, innovation and hard work to ensure JBS maintains the highest levels of food safety, product quality, customer service and animal welfare. About the Role The JBS Pork Division - Farming Operations is currently recruiting a Nutritionist to join the team in Corowa, NSW in a permanent full-time capacity. Reporting to the R&I Manager - Feed mill, you will play a crucial role in the development of nutrition programs for our Pork Division ensuring optimal profitability for our piggery and feed mill operations. You will also be responsible for conducting research on feed ingredients and feed management systems, as well as formulating cost-effective feedstuffs to enhance pig production performance. Graduates are welcome to apply A 2-year training program has been designed to assist in the development of the applicant to gain the skills of a Nutrition Society of Australia registered Nutritionist. Your key responsibilities will include: Perform monthly diet formulation for Rivalea and Free Trade businesses. Offer technical support to Rivalea and Free Trade operations. Monitor and coordinate the consumption of raw materials to meet production requirements. Oversee feed ordering and delivery standards as part of feed desk management. Coordinate the quality control of raw materials and finished feed at Rivalea. Support monthly and yearly budgeting for feed costs and raw material usage. Participate actively in weekly nutrition meetings and fulfil monthly reporting obligations. Conduct on-farm nutrition experiments to evaluate the commercial value of feed ingredients and management systems. Manage research diets, including transportation, scheduling, and raw materials. Provide quality control advice to feed mill staff and develop feed products for external clients. Participate in major research projects in pig nutrition annually. Achieve progeny growth performance targets and budgets across the Rivalea group. Investigate methods to increase the value of grains and protein meals. Assess the cost-effectiveness of feed additives in pig production. Explore innovative technologies for implementation at Rivalea. Analyse alternative feeds and by-products. Participate in professional development programs. Perform other relevant duties as required. About You The ideal candidate will possess the following qualifications and skills: Relevant tertiary qualification. Knowledge of animal nutrition concepts. A working knowledge or understanding of feed formulation systems. Hands-on knowledge of pig farming and/or other livestock industries (preferred). Advanced computer skills, especially in MS Excel. Excellent report writing, research, and logistics skills. A high level of interpersonal skills with the ability to positively influence the behaviour of others; Ability to work independently and as part of a team. Willingness to work variable hours as required, including call-outs and weekends. Detail-oriented with a strong sense of urgency. Current driver's license. Interested? APPLY NOW Please submit your resume and a cover letter detailing your relevant experience and why you are interested in this position. If you have any queries regarding this opportunity, please email recruitmentrivalea.com.au • Fri, 07 JunJBS USA
GP - 70% of Billings or $150/hr - Est. 20+ years - inner west » New South Wales - friendly team of medical and healthcare professionals consists of a nutritionist, podiatrist, counsellor, pathology collector... • Thu, 06 JunHealthcareLink

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Performance Dietitian » Rugby, NSW - Queensland - of Rugby Union in Australia, and the Queensland Reds are looking for an experienced Performance Nutritionist There are three... • Thu, 06 JunRugby Australia and Queensland Reds
Nutritionist » New South Wales - Melbourne, VIC - . About the Role The JBS Pork Division - Farming Operations is currently recruiting a Nutritionist to join the team in Corowa... to assist in the development of the applicant to gain the skills of a Nutrition Society of Australia registered Nutritionist... • Wed, 05 JunJBS Foods
International Allied Health Talent Pool - Queensland Health » Australia - Job details Position status Permanent,Temporary Position type Flexible-full-time,Flexible-part-time Occupational group Health - Allied Health/Clinical Support Classification HP3, HP4, HP5 Workplace Location Brisbane Inner City,Brisbane - North,Brisbane - South,Brisbane - East,Brisbane - West,Cairns region,Central West Qld,Darling Downs - Maranoa,Far North Qld,Gold Coast,Ipswich region,Logan - Beaudesert,Mackay region,Moreton Bay - North,Moreton Bay - South,North West Qld,Rockhampton region,South West Qld,Sunshine Coast,Toowoomba region,Townsville region,Wide Bay Job ad reference QLD/531413A Closing date 31-Oct-2024 Yearly salary Fortnightly salary Total remuneration Salary Other Job duration Permanent, Temporary, up to 76 hours per fortnight Contact person Candidate Care Team Contact details Candidatecare_dohhealth.qld.gov.au Access the National Relay Service INTERNATIONAL ALLIED HEALTH TALENT POOL QUEENSLAND HEALTH ANZSCO CODES: Psychologists - 272311 (Includes: Forensic, Health and Neuropsychologist) Physiotherapists - 252511 Pharmacists - 251511 Podiatrists - 252611 Dietitians - 251111 Nutritionists - 251112 Social Workers - 272511 Occupational Therapists - 252411 Sonographers - 251214 Speech Pathologists - 252712 Audiologists - 252711 Medical Radiation Therapists - 251212 The opportunity Queensland Health is the state's largest healthcare provider, delivering a healthcare system that ranks amongst the best in the world - putting patients first, we offer good jobs, better services and great lifestyles. We deliver a range of integrated services which includes hospital inpatient, outpatient and emergency services, community and mental health alcohol and other drug services, aged care services, and public health and health promotion programs. Over 9000 allied health professional and technical staff work as critical members of the multi-disciplinary health workforce to provide high value, client-centred allied health services with care in the right setting, at the right time. This is enabled through leadership and workforce development, clinical education and training, research and digital transformation. Queensland Health has a total of 16 hospital and health services, in metropolitan, regional, rural and remote, and coastal areas across the state. Working for Queensland Health provides a working environment which embraces professional development, builds capabilities, provides roles with variety and flexibility, supports staff to maximise their health and wellbeing and encourages work/life balance. We offer: Salary packaging Annual incremental salary increases, and guaranteed pay rises for three years Professional development allowance and leave Professional support and development including supervision, career progression development and service improvement opportunities. Rural and regional allowances for eligible locations Rural generalist programs may be available for some roles. More information is available at: Rural and remote strategies (health.qld.gov.au) Living in Queensland means you will be able to enjoy: A warm climate and sunshine all year round Immersing yourself in nature, from the outback to tropical rainforests, coral reefs and white sandy beaches To see more, follow this link www.queensland.com To be considered We are accepting applications from Allied Health professionals with experience across a broad range of specialities for long-term job opportunities on either a full time or part time basis. To be considered for these opportunities, you must have the following: Demonstrated experience in your clinical area of expertise Relevant qualifications and the ability to obtain registration (AHPRA)/ or eligibility for memberships for your professional association as appropriate to your discipline (e.g., AASW, ASAR, ACCP etc) Post graduate experience and qualifications Ability to provide vaccination evidence How to apply Applicants are to • Wed, 05 JunQueensland Government
Account Manager » Sydney, Sydney Region - BMF Advertising is part of the Enero Group. As a Group, we proudly acknowledge the traditional custodians of the land on which we operate, the Gadigal People of the Eora Nation. Our Innovate, Level 2, RAP endorsement aims to nurture, develop, encourage, and include Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander talent, partners, and advisors both in our own agency, and across the broader industry. As such, we encourage peoples of all backgrounds to apply. Do you want to work at Australia’s most effective agency, across some of the best and most award-winning accounts? BMF have an amazing opportunity for a talented Account Manager to join our legendary team based in Pyrmont. This is a fast-paced role which requires commitment, energy and someone who’ll thrive under pressure. As Account Manager, you’ll be responsible for delivering industry-leading account management and valued partnerships with our clients. You’ll develop and nurture creative thinking, that will put BMF and our clients, ahead of the pack. Get ready to make your mark and thrive in a large, supportive, fun and encouraging team whilst working alongside some of Australia's most celebrated culture of talented creative and strategic thinkers. What you can bring: Experience from within a reputable agency (Retail experience would be advantageous) Proven ability to build strong relationships. Passion for brilliance and desire to deliver the unexpected. Flawless attention to detail. Always striving to bring inspiration and ideas to the table. Clear and articulate communications, with strong presentation skills. What we can offer: Beautiful office space with breakfast supplies, snacks, drinks and fruit. Flexible working – a mix of office and home Bring your dog to work. Paid parental leave and kids club. Employee Reward & Recognition program. Agency off-site away days. Access to our full-service wellbeing provider – including GPs, Psychologists, Health Coaches, Nutritionists and more Social events, diversity initiatives and team sports tournaments. Birthday leave. And so much more About Us We’re in the memory business. It’s what sets BMF apart and drives us to create long-lasting ideas. This is what builds trustworthy brands and has made us the most effective creative agency in Australia. Our team of 130 thinkers, doers and makers shape not only culture, but what people remember of it worldwide. We have the unique advantage of being part of a boutique Australian network with global offices we can align with, but one where everyone has a voice, and every client is heard. That’s why we’re home to long ideas and long relationships. And together, we build businesses that last. If this sounds like your dream role, apply now We look forward to having a chat. • Sun, 02 JunBMF
Residential House Supervisor » Dennington, Warrnambool - Come join the Warrnambool MacKillop Team We currently have a Full-Time Permanent Residential House Supervisor position open. As a Residential Care Supervisor, you'll lead with compassion and knowledge to promote a safe, healthy, and harmonious home environment for our Young People. Your strong leadership in this position will assist with supporting our Young People, mentoring staff and ensuring that the daily operations are met. You will need to manage budgets, ensure compliance, uphold policies and procedures. Your commitment will be fundamental in shaping positive outcomes for the Young People in our care. You will be supported by a dedicated and knowledgable team in the Out of Home Care Program. This position does require fortnightly weekend shifts and being on an on-call roster. Our Offer Hourly Rate based on SCHADS Award Level 5 dependent on qualification and experience. Salary packaging – we can help you to maximize your salary packaging up to $18,550 per year, which allows you to reduce the amount of tax you pay. Fitness Passport - which is a discounted workplace health and fitness program available to you and your family. For a fraction of the price of a regular gym membership. Paid Training that is industry specific including Therapeutic Crisis Intervention (TCI), Sanctuary and Cultural Awareness training. Employee Assistance Program- Free access to a wide range of options with all aspects of life such as social, financial, physical, mental health by providing counselling and coaching supporting relating both to your circumstance, even including health advice from qualified nutritionists. Sanctuary Organisation - MacKillop’s work is underpinned by the Sanctuary Model, an evidence-supported, whole of organisation framework that brings our values to life. The model reinforces our ability to create a safe environment that teaches people to cope effectively with stress and trauma, and to heal. Requirements Valid and Current Driver's Licence Valid and Current Workers With Children's Check Valid and Current NDIS Workers Screeners Check Satisfactory Criminal History Check Relevant bachelor's degree with experience or Relevant Diploma with substantial experience Knowledge and understanding of Aboriginal culture and values and an awareness of the current issues faced by Aboriginal children, young people and their families. Please address the key selection criteria outlined in the position description as part of your application. If you would like more information about this exciting position, please contact: Jackie Schultz at jackie.schultzmackillop.org.au or on 03 5500 2066. Our Commitment: MacKillop celebrates and draws strength from diversity and respects the dignity of all people. Every person at MacKillop has the right to be safe and to be treated justly. We value every person’s ability, cultural or linguistic backgrounds, ethnicity, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, intersex status, relationship status, religious or spiritual beliefs, socio-economic status, and age. It is our goal that MacKillop Family Services continues to evolve as a culturally safe, culturally competent, and welcoming organisation to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children, young people, families, and communities. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people are strongly encouraged to apply for this position. Shortlisting for this position may commence immediately so please submit your application as soon as possible. • Sat, 01 JunMacKillop Family Services
Logistics Assistant » Largs North, Port Adelaide Area - Australia, Sydney, Adelaide, Melbourne Key Information Do you have an Agricultural/Animal Nutrition background ? We are looking for someone to take on the responsibility of overall sales and coordination for our portfolio of Amino Acid and Nutrition products in ANZ, (excluding Speciality Feed Ingredients SFI). You will need to manage our existing Animal Nutrition customers but also grow our customer base and our Amino Acid and Nutritional Ingredients business. Location (Sydney, Adelaide, Melbourne) is negotiable with the right applicant. Further key duties of the role are as following but not limited to Responsible for the sales, service and new business development of the ADM Animal Nutrition portfolio (excluding SFI) to the existing and new customers/industries in the Australian & New Zealand (ANZ) markets, in line with the strategic sales plan and its objectives. Responsible for maintaining existing Animal Nutrition and some Aqua culture accounts and work closely with our customer service and supply chain teams to meet and exceed the expectations of our customers. Identify key business opportunities and detail action plans for increasing sales for current amino acids and other Nutrition ingredients (Protein, Lecithin, Vitamin E etc). Responsible as the main Sales interface to existing and new customers and includes the following Understanding and acting on customer demands in a timely manner, Coordinating activities and discussions between customers' nutritionists, R&D, purchasing, and other teams and our specific specialists. Overseeing the ordering, transportation and delivery of products as required as managed by our customer service and logistics team. Coordinating (as required) customer demand forecasts as accurately as possible for the various product lines Preparation of account plans and call reports as required Professionally represent ADM at meetings, exhibitions, seminars and other events as required by Management, and manage ADM`s image and reputation in the Animal Nutrition industry Your Profile You have a proven track in working with Agricultural and animal food supply chain. You have sound experience in developing and maintaining internal and external customers. You are a team player, energetic, motivated and solution focused. You will also bring the following to the position but not limited to; Bachelor degree in Agriculture/Animal Science or similar degree A minimum of 3-5 years experience in a similar position or focus area Strong business relationships with current Key players in the industry Sound understanding of sustainability challenges in food and agricultural industries Knowledge of the different business drivers; Solid analytical and organisation skills Great communication and ability to build a rapport with stakeholders (internal and external); Ability to see the big picture and drive the success of the site into the future; Our Offer Challenging tasks, short decision-making processes and a high level of personal responsibility Room for innovative thinking and growth with the possibility to manage your own career path A company culture which promotes continuous learning and diversity Excellent career opportunities in a world leading human and nutrition company. • Sat, 01 JunArcher Daniels Midland Company
Senior Account Manager » Sydney, Sydney Region - BMF Advertising is part of the Enero Group. As a Group, we proudly acknowledge the traditional custodians of the land on which we operate, the Gadigal People of the Eora Nation. Our Innovate, Level 2, RAP endorsement aims to nurture, develop, encourage, and include Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander talent, partners, and advisors both in our own agency, and across the broader industry. As such, we encourage peoples of all backgrounds to apply. Do you want to work at Australia’s most effective agency, across some of the best and most award-winning accounts? BMF have an amazing opportunity for a talented Senior Account Manager to join our legendary team based in Pyrmont. This is a fast-paced role which requires commitment, energy and someone who’ll thrive under pressure. As a Senior Account Manager, you’ll drive the day-to-day workflow on your client’s business, while continually developing a broader understanding of their business needs and competitive set. You’ll develop and nurture creative thinking, that will put BMF and our clients, ahead of the pack. Get ready to make your mark and thrive in a large, supportive, fun, and encouraging team whilst working alongside some of Australia's most celebrated culture of talented creative and strategic thinkers. What you can bring: Experience from within a reputable agency. Proven ability to build and nurture strong relationships. Passion for brilliance and desire to deliver the unexpected. Flawless attention to detail. Always striving to bring inspiration and ideas to the table. Clear and articulate communications, with strong presentation skills. What we can offer: Beautiful office space with breakfast supplies, snacks, drinks and fruit. Flexible working – a mix of office and home. Bring your dog to work. Paid parental leave and kids club. Employee Reward & Recognition program. Agency off-site away days. Access to our full-service wellbeing provider – including GPs, Psychologists, Health Coaches, Nutritionists and more Social events, diversity initiatives and team sports tournaments. Birthday leave. And so much more About Us We’re in the memory business. It’s what sets BMF apart and drives us to create long-lasting ideas. This is what builds trustworthy brands and has made us the most effective creative agency in Australia. Our team of 130 thinkers, doers and makers shape not only culture, but what people remember of it worldwide. We have the unique advantage of being part of a boutique Australian network with global offices we can align with, but one where everyone has a voice, and every client is heard. That’s why we’re home to long ideas and long relationships. And together, we build businesses that last. If this sounds like your dream role, apply now We look forward to having a chat. • Sat, 01 JunBMF
Account Executive » Sydney, Sydney Region - BMF Advertising is part of the Enero Group. As a Group, we proudly acknowledge the traditional custodians of the land on which we operate, the Gadigal People of the Eora Nation. Our Innovate, Level 2, RAP endorsement aims to nurture, develop, encourage, and include Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander talent, partners, and advisors both in our own agency, and across the broader industry. As such, we encourage peoples of all backgrounds to apply. Do you want to work at Australia’s most effective agency, across some of the best and most award-winning accounts? BMF have an amazing opportunity for an Account Executive to join our legendary team based in Pyrmont. This is a fast-paced role which requires commitment, energy and someone who’ll thrive under pressure. To be our next super star Account Executive you’ll need to have excellent communication skills, be highly organised and ready to make your mark In return you’ll join a large, supportive, fun, and encouraging team whilst working alongside some of Australia's most celebrated culture of talented creative and strategic thinkers. What you can bring: Any experience working in an advertising, communications or creative agency will be highly advantageous. Internship experience will be considered. Flawless attention to detail and a strong drive for excellence. The ability to help with the preparation of presentation documents, including strong PowerPoint (and other relevant) skills. Emerging skills as a presenter to piers and small client presentations. Inherent curiosity to push creativity. Entrepreneurial approach – to go beyond the day-to-day urgent work. Personal drive and solutions focussed. A can-do attitude, with a flexible and adaptable approach. Passion for brilliance and desire to deliver the unexpected. What we can offer: Beautiful office space with breakfast supplies, snacks, drinks and fruit. Flexible working – a mix of office and home. Bring your dog to work. Paid parental leave and kids club. Employee Reward & Recognition program. Agency off-site away days. Access to our full-service wellbeing provider – including GPs, Psychologists, Health Coaches, Nutritionists and more Social events, diversity initiatives and team sports tournaments. Birthday leave. And so much more About Us We’re in the memory business. It’s what sets BMF apart and drives us to create long-lasting ideas. This is what builds trustworthy brands and has made us the most effective creative agency in Australia. Our team of 130 thinkers, doers and makers shape not only culture, but what people remember of it worldwide. We have the unique advantage of being part of a boutique Australian network with global offices we can align with, but one where everyone has a voice, and every client is heard. That’s why we’re home to long ideas and long relationships. And together, we build businesses that last. If this sounds like your dream role, apply now We look forward to having a chat. • Sat, 01 JunBMF
Male Dairy Nutritionist » City, North Canberra - Apt Resources, a reputable recruitment company, is currently seeking a talented and experienced dairy nutritionist for a prominent Royal Family in Abu Dhabi. As a nutritionist, you will be responsible for establishing and maintaining a healthy diet for dairy cows, with the goal of optimizing milk production and improving the nutritional value of dairy products. This role involves evaluating dietary needs, creating personalized nutrition plans, and conducting research to enhance our nutritional programs. Responsibilities Nutritional Evaluation: Assess the dietary needs of dairy cows and provide expert advice on nutrient requirements to ensure optimal health and productivity. Personalized Nutrition Plans: Develop and implement personalized nutrition plans tailored to the specific needs of dairy cows, ensuring all dietary plans meet established objectives and standards. Nutrition Care Management: Oversee the nutrition care system, setting clear objectives and maintaining appropriate food and nutrition standards. Supplies and Equipment Management: Evaluate and manage supplies and equipment necessary for implementing nutritional plans. Research and Development: Conduct dietary surveys, food research, and clinical trials to develop and enhance the evidence base for dairy cow nutrition. Requirements Minimum of 5 years of experience as a nutritionist, preferably in a similar role Registered dietitian credentials and a degree in nutrition or related field Expert knowledge of dairy products and their nutritional value Excellent communication and interpersonal skills Ability to work discreetly and maintain confidentiality Strong analytical and problem-solving skills Experience in Dairy Industry Benefits The salary is AED 25K-35K All-in (Negotiable for suitable candidates). • Fri, 31 MayApt Resources
Residential Case Manager » Dennington, Warrnambool - Join our team in MacKillop Warrnambool We're actively looking for passionate Case Manager to fill our Permanent Full-Time position. As a Case Manager, you'll play a vital role in providing tailored support to young individuals residing in our residential homes. Collaborating closely with our dedicated team of residential care workers, leadership, and volunteers, you'll engage in active team planning sessions to ensure the best possible outcomes. Your responsibilities extend to championing occupational health and safety practices, all while actively contributing to the continuous improvement of our programs and services. Join us in making a meaningful impact on the lives of young people and promoting a safe, supportive environment. Our Offer Hourly Rate based on SCHADS Award Level 5 dependent on qualification and experience. Salary packaging – we can help you to maximize your salary packaging up to $18,550 per year, which allows you to reduce the amount of tax you pay. Fitness Passport - which is a discounted workplace health and fitness program available to you and your family. For a fraction of the price of a regular gym membership. Paid Training that is industry specific including Therapeutic Crisis Intervention (TCI), Sanctuary and Cultural Awareness training. Employee Assistance Program- Free access to a wide range of options with all aspects of life such as social, financial, physical, mental health by providing counselling and coaching supporting relating both to your circumstance, even including health advice from qualified nutritionists. Sanctuary Organisation - MacKillop’s work is underpinned by the Sanctuary Model, an evidence-supported, whole of organisation framework that brings our values to life. The model reinforces our ability to create a safe environment that teaches people to cope effectively with stress and trauma, and to heal. Requirements Valid and Current Driver's Licence Valid and Current Workers With Children's Check Valid and Current NDIS Workers Screeners Check Satisfactory Criminal History Check Appropriate tertiary qualification in social work, community services or equivalent Knowledge and understanding of Aboriginal culture and values and an awareness of the current issues faced by Aboriginal children, young people and their families. Please address the key selection criteria outlined in the position description as part of your application. If you would like more information about this exciting position, please contact: Jackie Schultz at jackie.schultzmackillop.org.au or on 03 5500 2066. Our Commitment: MacKillop celebrates and draws strength from diversity and respects the dignity of all people. Every person at MacKillop has the right to be safe and to be treated justly. We value every person’s ability, cultural or linguistic backgrounds, ethnicity, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, intersex status, relationship status, religious or spiritual beliefs, socio-economic status, and age. It is our goal that MacKillop Family Services continues to evolve as a culturally safe, culturally competent, and welcoming organisation to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children, young people, families, and communities. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people are strongly encouraged to apply for this position. Shortlisting for this position may commence immediately so please submit your application as soon as possible. • Fri, 31 MayMacKillop Family Services
Childcare Cook » West Melbourne, Melbourne - Childcare cook role available in Aintree. Prepare nutritious meals for up to 104 children per day following pre-designed menus in a large kitchen More Than A Job. A Rewarding Career. At Only About Children, our unique approach to early years learning goes beyond education to encompass the health and wellbeing of every child in our care. We have scrumptious and appealing menus designed by our own nutritionists which are prepared by our campus chefs each day; meaning you get to focus on doing what you love best; cooking Our nutrition program includes a 4 week rotating seasonal menu that meets children's needs, taking into account nutritional and energy requirements as well as cultural and health needs. Prepare meals as per the Oac Nutrition Menus Plan and cater for all allergies and dietary requirements Interact with children in a positive and warm way about their food Ensure presentation of food is appealing and exciting for children Adhere to all policies about hygiene and cleanliness in the kitchen Ensure the kitchen and appliances are well looked after at all times We are seeking applications from passionate childcare cooks to join us and deliver exciting meals for the children in our campus located in Aintree, VIC. You Are Worth More. We believe our people are worth more. Whether that be more pay & benefits, more wellbeing, more recognition, and more development. 50% discount for employee childcare fees Above award salary and annual review Two ‘Wellbeing Days’ Option to purchase up to two weeks additional annual leave 20 weeks Government Parental Leave Pay Access to 10 days paid Family & Domestic Violence support Employee Assistance Program (EAP) for ongoing mental health and wellbeing support Retail Discount Program including discounted online and instore vouchers and over 500 online cashback offers Loyalty Recognition Program to reward tenure of service Flexible working arrangements Commitment to leadership and development programs How To Apply. Click ‘apply now’ and submit your application to aimee.burrowsoac.edu.au or call Aimee on 03 9108 7185 to discuss your application. At Only About Children we have a strong commitment to diversity and inclusion and we want you to bring your whole self to work. We welcome and encourage applications from all members of the community, particularly those who identify as Australian Aboriginal and / or Torres Strait Islander. • Thu, 30 MayOnly About Children
Residential Care Worker » South Geelong, Geelong - We are seeking Residential Care Workers to join our team in providing therapeutic care and support to our Young People in our residential houses located across the Geelong area. We have flexibility to match your lifestyle, currently we have permanent and casual positions available. Ideally you will be able to work a mix of shifts including dayshifts, sleepover's, active nights, weekdays and weekends. As a Residential Care Worker at MacKillop, you will work collaboratively to provide a safe and nurturing home for Young People and be passionate about their wellbeing. Residential Care Workers respond to Young People's emotional and functional needs, support the development of their personal skills, undertake household duties and engage in administrative tasks such as updating reports and records. Whilst previous experience working with Young People is preferred, we encourage individuals without prior experience who are passionate about making a difference in Young People's lives to apply. Our Offer Hourly Rate based on SCHADS Award Level 3 dependent on qualification and experience. Salary packaging – we can help you to maximize your salary packaging up to $18,550 per year, which allows you to reduce the amount of tax you pay. Fitness Passport - which is a discounted workplace health and fitness program available to you and your family. For a fraction of the price of a regular gym membership. Paid Training that is industry specific including Therapeutic Crisis Intervention (TCI), Sanctuary and Cultural Awareness training. Employee Assistance Program- Free access to a wide range of options with all aspects of life such as social, financial, physical, mental health by providing counselling and coaching supporting relating both to your circumstance, even including health advice from qualified nutritionists. Sanctuary Organisation - MacKillop’s work is underpinned by the Sanctuary Model, an evidence-supported, whole of organisation framework that brings our values to life. The model reinforces our ability to create a safe environment that teaches people to cope effectively with stress and trauma, and to heal. To be successful in this role: A Certificate IV in Child, Youth and Family Intervention (Residential and Out of Home Care or other similar or relevant tertiary qualifications or a commitment to enrolling into course .) A genuine interest in Young People and their wellbeing. Excellent communication skills, including the ability to engage well with Young People Ability to work collaboratively with other staff and professionals. A demonstrated understanding of, and respect for cultural and linguistic background including a commitment to cultural safety. Requirements: Valid and current Driver’s Licence; Satisfactory Criminal History Check (paid for by MacKillop); Valid Employee Working with Children Check; Valid and current NDIS Workers Screening Check (MacKillop can assist successful candidates with their application). If you would like more information about this exciting position, please contact: Mimi Lock on mimi.lockmackillop.org.au Our Commitment: MacKillop celebrates and draws strength from diversity and respects the dignity of all people. Every person at MacKillop has the right to be safe and to be treated justly. We value every person’s ability, cultural or linguistic backgrounds, ethnicity, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, intersex status, relationship status, religious or spiritual beliefs, socio-economic status, and age. It is our goal that MacKillop Family Services continues to evolve as a culturally safe, culturally competent, and welcoming organisation to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children, young people, families, and communities. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people are strongly encouraged to apply for this position. Shortlisting for this position may commence immediately so please submit your application as soon as possible. • Tue, 28 MayMacKillop Family Services
Pig Farmer » Toowoomba, QLD - Kingaroy, QLD - manager, liaise with the Production Nutritionist to optimise feed quality and herd performance including providing fodder... • Sat, 25 MayRIVERBEND EMPLOYMENT SERVICES PTY LTD$70000 - 75000 per year
ITC Youth Worker » Mount Hunter, Wollondilly Area - We’re looking for passionate, motivated people who are resilient and are a team player. If you’re looking for rewarding work and have good communication skills and a positive attitude to match, we want to hear from you. Have you worked in education, emergency services, allied health, disability, aged care, community services, human services…. the list goes on Your experience and skills are WANTED Or are you studying or have completed a diploma in a relevant field and eagerly wanting to get your foot in the door? MacKillop can help you make that first step. Part time and Casual positions are available based in our Intensive Therapeutic Care Program. This is a [ Casual / Permanent Part-Time / opportunity based in Theresa Park within our ITC program. The position reports to the House Manager. About the role: Assist young people to develop living and life skills. Role model and reinforce positive behavior through social learning, social responsibility, and emotional intelligence. Promote democracy and support young people to engage in a participatory environment where they can have a say in and influence the decisions that affect their lives. Provide support to children and young people living in the accommodation service including undertaking household duties such as cleaning, shopping and meal preparation as required. Participate in team environment, and house meetings to ensure that young people receive services that meet their needs. Safeguard the wellbeing of young people and report any concerns immediately. The ITC system will: Provide Therapeutic Care Have a strong focus on recovery from trauma. Provide an alternative to long term residential care. Do more to protect and keep children and young people safe. Provide clear pathways to less intensive service types and permanency. Provide a broader range of placement options for children and young people to achieve outcomes around mental health, physical health and education. Primary objectives: Provide trauma-informed services that achieve positive outcomes for young people and their families. Provide young people with safety, stability, predictability and consistency by implementing the house guidelines and supporting the implementation of individual strategies and case plans. Participate in team meetings, house meetings and case review meetings to ensure that young people receive services that meet their needs. Key selection criteria: To be successful in this role, you will have: Minimum qualification requirements for this position is a Diploma of Youth Work, Community Services or equivalent. Aboriginal staff - a qualification is desirable but experience and willingness; to participate in training is essential. Demonstrated skills and experience in youth services, residential care or supported accommodation. Knowledge and understanding of Aboriginal culture and values and an awareness of the current issues faced by Aboriginal children, young people and their families. Demonstrated experience working therapeutically with children and young people who have experience significant challenges and trauma. You must have or willing to obtain: Valid and current Driver’s License; Satisfactory Criminal History Check. Valid Working with Children Check. Valid and current NDIS Workers Screening Check Our offer: A great opportunity to join a leading provider of community and family services. Succession Plan for career growth. Hourly Rate based on SCHADS Award 3.1-3.4 dependent on qualification and experience. Salary packaging – we can help you to maximize your salary packaging up to $18,550 per year, which allows you to reduce the amount of tax you pay. Professional Development- we promote ongoing learning and development and provide study leave, and an enormous amount of training and development within our inhouse learning team. Training- Industry-specific training paid by MacKillop including Therapeutic Crisis Intervention (TCI), Sanctuary and Cultural Awareness training. Employee Assistance Program- Free access to a wide range of options with all aspects of life such as social, financial, physical, mental health by providing counselling and coaching supporting relating both to your circumstance, even including health advise from qualified nutritionists Sanctuary- MacKillop’s work is underpinned by the Sanctuary Model, an evidence-supported, whole-of-organisation framework that brings our values to life. The model reinforces our ability to create a safe environment that teaches people to cope effectively with stress and trauma, and to heal. Click HERE to find out more about becoming a member of the MacKillop Family Services team and what further support we have to offer our employees. • Fri, 24 MayMacKillop Family Services
Livestock Hand - Dynamic Feedlot Role - New England, NSW » Barraba, Tamworth Surrounds - Variety is central to this role, involved in all aspects of the beef feedlot, including pen riding utilising the on-site Stockhorse Stud horses. The Role Our clients are an impressive, close-knit family that cohesively operates a successful Hereford Stud, Stockhorse Stud, Cropping program, and Feedlot near the town of Barraba in the New England region of NSW. They are now inviting a stock-focused individual who wants to be involved in all aspects of the feedlot, including record-keeping and animal husbandry tasks, to join the team. The feedlot generally has approximately 1,000 head, the majority of which are progeny purchased from previous bull buyers. An additional 1,500 head are on various feed programs, including rations for sale bulls, backgrounded cattle, and others. This role will provide you with variety every day, from pen riding and mustering—utilising the sought-after stud’s horses—to inductions, exit procedures, drafting, and feeding out. At times, you will have the opportunity to be involved in the other facets of the business; however, your primary focus will be feedlot and associated elements. You will require great attention to detail, strong communication and organisational skills, as well as solid record-keeping skills, as you will also be regularly involved in office and administrative feedlot-associated tasks. Regular interactions will also be had with the contracted vet and nutritionist. The Offer The young and social team will welcome you into the fold and assist with integrating into the local community. In addition to your attractive salary package, you will be provided with a newly renovated three-bedroom cottage, along with meat, fruit, and vegetable rations. Just 10 kilometres from the country town of Barraba, you will have easy access to all essential supplies, including groceries, schooling, and health services, with the larger centre of Tamworth approximately one hour’s drive to the South. The Ideal Candidate A motivated stock-focused individual is sought for this role, ideally with previous experience; however, our clients are happy to train candidates with the right motivations. This is an amazing opportunity to learn about a modern feedlot enterprise that follows industry-leading standards and has the other stud elements. Applicants with the following attributes are encouraged to apply: Cattle husbandry experience (essential). Horsemanship skills (essential). Previous feedlot experience (preferable, not essential). Willingness to learn. Strong communication, organisational and record-keeping skills. Attention to detail. Register your interest If you feel that you’re the right fit for this position, please submit an up-to-date resume along with the contact details of 3 references. Preference will be given to those who supply a cover letter addressing their suitability - that is, tell us what you love about the role and how you think you’re the right fit. For further information please call Bec on 0455 215 976 or email becdroverag.com.au • Fri, 24 MayDrover Ag Recruitment
Casual - Residential Care Worker » Hamilton, Southern Grampians - We are seeking Casual Residential Care Workers to join our team in providing therapeutic care and support our Young People in our residential houses located in the Hamilton area. Ideally you will be able to work a mix of shifts including dayshifts, sleepover's, active nights, weekdays and weekends. If casual work doesn't suit you, we're also recruiting for Permanent Active Nights . As a Residential Care Worker at MacKillop, you will work collaboratively to provide a safe and nurturing home for Young People and be passionate about their wellbeing. Residential Care Workers respond to Young People's emotional and functional needs, support the development of their personal skills, undertake household duties and engage in administrative tasks such as updating reports and records. Whilst previous experience working with Young People is preferred, we encourage individuals without prior experience who are passionate about making a difference in Young People's lives to apply. Our Offer Hourly Rate based on SCHADS Award Level 3 dependent on qualification and experience. Salary packaging – we can help you to maximize your salary packaging up to $18,550 per year, which allows you to reduce the amount of tax you pay. Fitness Passport - which is a discounted workplace health and fitness program available to you and your family. For a fraction of the price of a regular gym membership. Paid Training that is industry specific including Therapeutic Crisis Intervention (TCI), Sanctuary and Cultural Awareness training. Employee Assistance Program- Free access to a wide range of options with all aspects of life such as social, financial, physical, mental health by providing counselling and coaching supporting relating both to your circumstance, even including health advice from qualified nutritionists. Sanctuary Organisation - MacKillop’s work is underpinned by the Sanctuary Model, an evidence-supported, whole of organisation framework that brings our values to life. The model reinforces our ability to create a safe environment that teaches people to cope effectively with stress and trauma, and to heal. To be successful in this role: A Certificate IV in Child, Youth and Family Intervention (Residential and Out of Home Care or other similar or relevant tertiary qualifications or a commitment to enrolling into course. A genuine interest in Young People and their wellbeing. Excellent communication skills, including the ability to engage well with Young People Ability to work collaboratively with other staff and professionals. A demonstrated understanding of, and respect for cultural and linguistic background including a commitment to cultural safety. Requirements: Valid and current Driver’s Licence; Satisfactory Criminal History Check (paid for by MacKillop); Valid Employee Working with Children Check; Valid and current NDIS Workers Screening Check (MacKillop can assist successful candidates with their application). If you would like more information about this exciting position, please contact: Sandi West at jackie.schultzmackillop.org.au or on 03 5500 2066. Our Commitment: MacKillop celebrates and draws strength from diversity and respects the dignity of all people. Every person at MacKillop has the right to be safe and to be treated justly. We value every person’s ability, cultural or linguistic backgrounds, ethnicity, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, intersex status, relationship status, religious or spiritual beliefs, socio-economic status, and age. It is our goal that MacKillop Family Services continues to evolve as a culturally safe, culturally competent, and welcoming organisation to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children, young people, families, and communities. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people are strongly encouraged to apply for this position. Shortlisting for this position may commence immediately so please submit your application as soon as possible. • Thu, 23 MayMacKillop Family Services
Junior Nutrition Sales Specialist | Animal Nutrition » Wagga Wagga Region, New South Wales - Tired of being on a hamster wheel? Start off or further your animal nutrition career with this unique opportunity Calling All Animal Enthusiasts Join the Herd as a Junior Nutrition Sales Superstar Are you a go-getter with a passion for animals and a knack for science? Do you want to be part of a team that's always on the prowl for new opportunities? Then we have the perfect job for you We're looking for a Junior Nutritionist Sales Superstar to join a dynamic team in Wagga Wagga. In this exciting role, you'll be the zebra in the herd, helping develop and support innovative products for all sorts of creatures, great and small What You'll Be Doing: You'll be the lion's share of the support for the team, assisting with product changes and creations. Work with customers to generate new leads and sales - think of yourself as a cunning cheetah always on the hunt Become a whiz with the products and services, so you can answer customer questions with the wisdom of an owl. You'll be the koala of the team, building strong relationships with customers and internal departments. Dive into the technical aspects of products, from formulation to testing - unleash your inner lab rat (but in a good way). Who You Are: You've got a Bachelor's degree in Business/Marketing, Animal Science, Nutrition, Food Science, or a similar field. You're an animal expert (at least when it comes to their nutritional needs). You're a master communicator, with the charisma of a dolphin and the negotiation skills of a fox. You're organised, analytical, and can juggle multiple projects like a circus bear. You're a team player with a can-do attitude and a hunger for learning (just don't eat the lab samples). If this sounds like the perfect fit, don't be a sheep - join the pack Sound good? Need more info? Apply today to tobans8ers.com.au or call Toban Sutton directly on 61 407 257 270 for a confidential discussion. We have other live vacancies too. If this role isn’t quite right for you, call us or apply to find out more. NB: All candidates who meet our client’s shortlist requirements will be contacted. Know someone who would also thrive in the opportunities we have available? Please forward along to them. Thanks • Wed, 22 Mays8
Carer Recruitment and Development Worker » Dennington, Warrnambool - About The Role This position is responsible for the marketing, attraction, screening, compliance, training and assessment of new carers, as well as the development and retention of existing carers within the Home-Based Care Programs. The Carer Recruitment and Development Worker is responsible for the delivery of high-quality carer recruitment, training, assessment and development of carers within a trauma informed practice framework. The position is a member of the Victorian Carer Recruitment and Development team and works collaboratively with the Home-Based Care programs and the Community Engagement Team. This is a Full-Time position that can be based in Hamilton or Warrnambool with the flexibility of working from home. About You This role would ideally suit someone who is experienced in working in Community Services specifically Out of Home Care. We are open to candidates with backgrounds in marketing, recruitment, training or related fields who have a passion for community services. You will need to have excellent communication, interpersonal, and advocacy skills and ability to build rapport quickly and positive relationships with key partners. You will exhibit a strong attention to detail in the tasks you complete specifically writing reports and the ability to assess and analyse information to make recommendations. Our Offer Hourly Rate based on SCHADS Award Level 6 dependent on qualification and experience. Salary packaging – we can help you to maximize your salary packaging up to $18,550 per year, which allows you to reduce the amount of tax you pay. Fitness Passport - which is a discounted workplace health and fitness program available to you and your family. For a fraction of the price of a regular gym membership. Paid Training that is industry specific including Therapeutic Crisis Intervention (TCI), Sanctuary and Cultural Awareness training. Employee Assistance Program- Free access to a wide range of options with all aspects of life such as social, financial, physical, mental health by providing counselling and coaching supporting relating both to your circumstance, even including health advice from qualified nutritionists. Sanctuary Organisation - MacKillop’s work is underpinned by the Sanctuary Model, an evidence-supported, whole of organisation framework that brings our values to life. The model reinforces our ability to create a safe environment that teaches people to cope effectively with stress and trauma, and to heal. To Be Successful: An appropriate tertiary qualification in Social Work, Children's Services, Welfare Services or equivalent Sound professional knowledge and theory base particularly in the areas of trauma, attachment, therapeutic care, assessment and training. Able to work effectively with a range of diverse people, including stakeholders. Ability to adhere to deadlines and meeting KPI's while working under pressure (exceptional organisational and administration skills) Please address the full Key Selection Criteria outlined in the PD as part of your application. Required: Valid and current Driver’s Licence; Satisfactory Criminal History Check (paid for by MacKillop); Valid Employee Working with Children Check; Valid and current NDIS Workers Screening Check (for risk assessed / client facing roles). MacKillop can assist successful candidates with their application. If you would like more information about this exciting position, please contact: Tendai Kudya at tendai.kudyamackillop.org.au or on 03 5500 2070. Our Commitment: MacKillop celebrates and draws strength from diversity and respects the dignity of all people. Every person at MacKillop has the right to be safe and to be treated justly. We value every person’s ability, cultural or linguistic backgrounds, ethnicity, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, intersex status, relationship status, religious or spiritual beliefs, socio-economic status, and age. It is our goal that MacKillop Family Services continues to evolve as a culturally safe, culturally competent, and welcoming organisation to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children, young people, families, and communities. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people are strongly encouraged to apply for this position. Shortlisting for this position may commence immediately so please submit your application as soon as possible. • Sat, 18 MayMacKillop Family Services
Clinical Psychologist - Toowoomba QLD (JOB -10003545) » Australia - Join the Mental Health and Wellness practice in Toowoomba as a Clinical Psychologist. Work alongside a dedicated team of Psychologists, Clinical Nutritionist/Exercise Physiologist, and Administrative specialists committed to improving lives. Job Type: Permanent (Part-time or full-time hours). Ideal Candidate: Passionate about direct client interaction Practice Information: The practice is built on values of kindness, respect, curiosity, and encouragement. We emphasise honesty, communication, work-life balance, and teamwork. Their client-centred approach tailors services to individual goals, delivering therapeutic outcomes that empower and transform. This practice fosters a collaborative environment through case conferencing, supervision, and social activities like team lunches. The culture of workability drives growth, adaptation, and effectiveness in all we do. We maintain a fragrance-free and smoke-free environment to respect diverse needs. If the organisational values resonate with you and you’re passionate about transforming lives, they would love to meet you The Role: As a Clinical Psychologist, you'll plan and deliver interventions to diverse clients across the lifespan. We welcome applicants with special interests in specific populations. You'll also have opportunities to design and facilitate individual and group interventions and educational sessions. Main Responsibilities: Provide evidence-based psychological assessments and strategies to clients aged 7 and older Conduct telehealth sessions as needed Maintain accurate electronic case notes and client records Write various reports, including progress summaries, discharge reports, assessment findings, and NDIS review reports Participate in case conferences and supervision Collaborate with the therapy and administration team Remuneration: Potential earnings up to $125,000 (FTE), including benefits like leave entitlements, superannuation, clinical support, supervision, and mentoring. Seeking a Clinical Psychologist who: Is enthusiastic and finds fulfillment in helping others Views challenges as opportunities for growth Uses creativity and initiative to apply evidence-based interventions Values collaboration and actively contributes to team success Prioritises personal well-being and self-care Qualifications and Essential Criteria: AHPRA Registered as a General Psychologist with Clinical Endorsement Masters or Doctorate in Clinical Psychology (or equivalent) Independently meets CPD requirements set by AHPRA Minimum 12 months of private practice experience Medicare Provider registration (or eligibility) Criminal History and Working with Children Check NDIS Worker screening clearance and orientation module cempletion (or willingness to obtain) Professional Indemnity Insurance Compliance with Queensland Health guidelines and Public Health orders ABN (for contractors) Experience & Skills: Experienced in assessing, diagnosing, and treating various presentations in adults, adolescents, children, and their families Proficient in delivering various evidence-based therapies within patient-centred care models in private practice settings. Excellent understanding of the indicated use and delivery timeframes of evidence-based therapies in private practice settings. Knowledgeable in mental health assessment tools and standardised outcome measures Demonstrated experience working with developmental, attachment and trauma informed frameworks Able to build rapport with clients, families, stakeholders, and colleagues Effective in both independent and collaborative work settings Good understanding of referral schemes, compliance standards and reporting requirements for various third-party funders including Workers compensation, NDIS, Medicare and DVA. Strong verbal and written communication skills Conflict resolution skills Excellent organisational and time management skills Proficient in Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, Outlook) Benefits: Above award remuneration for employees and competitive rates for contractors Flexible working days and hours 4 weeks annual leave for employees, including office closure over Christmas/New Year, plus additional leave entitlements Opportunities to develop a treatment focus within interest areas Furnished sessional rooms Supportive and stable team environment Specialist administrative team support. Supported by administrative team who are knowledgeable in all aspects of practice management, including referral pathways, compliance, and audit requirements. They actively build and support the client relationship between clinical sessions, scheduling appointments, setting therapy expectations, and helping clients to overcome access barriers to connect in with practitioners for therapy. Diverse role opportunities, including group workshop facilitation Peer group case conferencing and supervision Up to 10 hours of professional supervision per year for employees Staff parking, kitchen, and bathroom facilities (including shower) PWD compliant offices with accessibility features For more information on this position please contact our team via hwshealthworkforce.com.au . Apply via the 'Apply Now' button on this page. Following successful placement, eligible candidates may be entitled to receive support and financial assistance through Health Workforce Queensland's comprehensive workforce attraction and retention incentives. This position may be eligible for a scholarship or bursary for ongoing professional development. JOB – 10003545 • Sat, 18 MayHEALTH WORKFORCE QUEENSLAND
Clinical Psychologist - Toowoomba QLD (JOB -10003545) » Toowoomba, QLD - of Psychologists, Clinical Nutritionist/Exercise Physiologist, and Administrative specialists committed to improving lives... • Fri, 17 MayHealth Workforce Queensland$125000 per year
Educational Leader » Paradise, Campbelltown Area - ⭐ Unleash your potential as an Educational Leader at Guardian Childcare & Education ⭐ Step into a role that goes beyond a job title—it’s a purpose-driven opportunity to make a lasting impact on how we teach Australia’s children in a rapidly changing world. Join us and become an innovator, an advocate for professional learning, and a driving force behind best practices in early childhood education. Why Guardian? ✨ Lead your ongoing professional development through exceptional coaching, conferences, mentoring, and career advancement opportunities. ✨ Work in high-quality, well-resourced environments where you lead programming and collaborate on resourcing decisions. ✨ Build and influence professional capacity within our network, shaping teaching programs and practices. ✨ Collaborate with educators and teachers to share best practices, innovate through exploration, discovery, and play. ✨ Enjoy a competitive salary, generous childcare discounts, recognition and rewards, and an employee referral program. ✨ Benefit from WHEREFIT—2,000 discounted corporate offers for gyms, studios, activewear, healthy meals, beauty, and more. ✨ Participate in the Guardian Degree program with paid study, flexible work hours, mentorship, and course fee reimbursement. ✨ Stay prepared with paid first aid courses and renewals. Our Centre: Our 158-place Paradise centre is Exceeding in the National Quality Standard and perfectly situated on Darley Road. With a range of exciting, resource-rich environments including an art atelier, herb and vegetable gardens and natural play structures, children are encouraged to explore and learn. Children get out and about on excursions, so we have a great connection with the surrounding community. Back at the centre, we have an abundance of visitors throughout the year, ranging from space engineers to nutritionists. With a community-minded team of Educators who have been with the centre for a long time, we are proud to have a culturally diverse team and celebrate a variety of cultures and holidays. Your Opportunity: ✨ Lead the development and implementation of the curriculum. ✨ Support educators in delivering an exceptional educational program. ✨ Assess children’s learning and development. ✨ Set clear goals and expectations for teaching and practice. ✨ Contribute to ongoing improvement through the Quality Improvement Plan. To be considered, you should have: Tertiary Qualifications in Early Childhood Education (approved by ACECQA). Current Teacher’s Accreditation/Registration. Proven knowledge of the National Quality Framework. Previous experience in the early years sector (desirable). Valid Working with Children’s Check or state-specific equivalent. Don’t miss this opportunity to join Guardian Childcare & Education and shape the future of early childhood education. Apply now and be part of our commitment to diversity, inclusivity, and the safety and wellbeing of every child in our care. Together, let’s create an extraordinary future ✨ Guardian Childcare & Education values diversity in the workplace and is an equal opportunity employer. Diverse cultures, backgrounds and experiences strengthen our teams and help us grow. We are committed to providing a workplace where every person is valued, respected, and supported to progress. We are also deeply committed to Reconciliation and creating an environment where Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander People feel a strong sense of belonging and connection. The safety and wellbeing of children will always be our top priority, Guardian Childcare & Education has a zero tolerance for any form of child abuse or harm. Educational Leader Full-time Permanent All Adelaide SA Paradise Paradise So, what are you waiting for? Take the leap and apply now to join Guardian Childcare & Education. • Fri, 17 MayGuardian Childcare & Education
Farm Manager » South Penrith, Penrith Area - APG Workforce are currently seeking a Farm Hand Manager based in Luddenham. APG Workforce are currently seeking a Farm Hand Manager based in Luddenham. Candidates must have poultry specific experience No sponsorships The Role: Ensure the efficient and effective operation of the company and contract broiler farms. Animal Welfare Management: Ensuring that the birds are kept in optimal conditions, including monitoring temperature, ventilation, lighting, and sanitation to promote healthy growth and minimize stress Feeding and Nutrition: Supervising the feeding regimen to ensure the birds receive the proper nutrition at each stage of their growth cycle. This may involve working closely with nutritionists to develop feeding programs. Health Monitoring and Disease Control Overseeing the maintenance of the broiler houses or barns, ensuring they are clean, well-ventilated, and equipped with appropriate heating and cooling systems. Staff Management, 3 direct reports Record Keeping and Data Analysis Suitable applicants will have: Extensive experience in animal husbandry, particularly with livestock poultry with a sound commitment to the welfare of the stock Biosecurity, Quality & WHS understanding Previous experience in livestock management Excellent communication & leadership skills including conflict resolution and problem solving Excellent time management skills to be able to priorities duties Knowledge of WHS procedures and good understanding of how day-to-day activities could impact animal welfare, biosecurity and environment. Please apply today • Thu, 16 MayAPG Workforce
Clinical Psychologist - Toowoomba QLD (JOB -10003545) » Australia - Join the Mental Health and Wellness practice in Toowoomba as a Clinical Psychologist. Work alongside a dedicated team of Psychologists, Clinical Nutritionist/Exercise Physiologist, and Administrative specialists committed to improving lives. Job Type: Permanent (Part-time or full-time hours). Ideal Candidate: Passionate about direct client interaction Practice Information: The practice is built on values of kindness, respect, curiosity, and encouragement. We emphasise honesty, communication, work-life balance, and teamwork. Their client-centred approach tailors services to individual goals, delivering therapeutic outcomes that empower and transform. This practice fosters a collaborative environment through case conferencing, supervision, and social activities like team lunches. The culture of workability drives growth, adaptation, and effectiveness in all we do. We maintain a fragrance-free and smoke-free environment to respect diverse needs. If the organisational values resonate with you and you’re passionate about transforming lives, they would love to meet you The Role: As a Clinical Psychologist, you'll plan and deliver interventions to diverse clients across the lifespan. We welcome applicants with special interests in specific populations. You'll also have opportunities to design and facilitate individual and group interventions and educational sessions. Main Responsibilities: Provide evidence-based psychological assessments and strategies to clients aged 7 and older Conduct telehealth sessions as needed Maintain accurate electronic case notes and client records Write various reports, including progress summaries, discharge reports, assessment findings, and NDIS review reports Participate in case conferences and supervision Collaborate with the therapy and administration team Remuneration: Potential earnings up to $125,000 (FTE), including benefits like leave entitlements, superannuation, clinical support, supervision, and mentoring. Seeking a Clinical Psychologist who: Is enthusiastic and finds fulfillment in helping others Views challenges as opportunities for growth Uses creativity and initiative to apply evidence-based interventions Values collaboration and actively contributes to team success Prioritises personal well-being and self-care Qualifications and Essential Criteria: AHPRA Registered as a General Psychologist with Clinical Endorsement Masters or Doctorate in Clinical Psychology (or equivalent) Independently meets CPD requirements set by AHPRA Minimum 12 months of private practice experience Medicare Provider registration (or eligibility) Criminal History and Working with Children Check NDIS Worker screening clearance and orientation module cempletion (or willingness to obtain) Professional Indemnity Insurance Compliance with Queensland Health guidelines and Public Health orders ABN (for contractors) Experience & Skills: Experienced in assessing, diagnosing, and treating various presentations in adults, adolescents, children, and their families Proficient in delivering various evidence-based therapies within patient-centred care models in private practice settings. Excellent understanding of the indicated use and delivery timeframes of evidence-based therapies in private practice settings. Knowledgeable in mental health assessment tools and standardised outcome measures Demonstrated experience working with developmental, attachment and trauma informed frameworks Able to build rapport with clients, families, stakeholders, and colleagues Effective in both independent and collaborative work settings Good understanding of referral schemes, compliance standards and reporting requirements for various third-party funders including Workers compensation, NDIS, Medicare and DVA. Strong verbal and written communication skills Conflict resolution skills Excellent organisational and time management skills Proficient in Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, Outlook) Benefits: Above award remuneration for employees and competitive rates for contractors Flexible working days and hours 4 weeks annual leave for employees, including office closure over Christmas/New Year, plus additional leave entitlements Opportunities to develop a treatment focus within interest areas Furnished sessional rooms Supportive and stable team environment Specialist administrative team support. Supported by administrative team who are knowledgeable in all aspects of practice management, including referral pathways, compliance, and audit requirements. They actively build and support the client relationship between clinical sessions, scheduling appointments, setting therapy expectations, and helping clients to overcome access barriers to connect in with practitioners for therapy. Diverse role opportunities, including group workshop facilitation Peer group case conferencing and supervision Up to 10 hours of professional supervision per year for employees Staff parking, kitchen, and bathroom facilities (including shower) PWD compliant offices with accessibility features For more information on this position please contact our team via hwshealthworkforce.com.au . Apply via the 'Apply Now' button on this page. Following successful placement, eligible candidates may be entitled to receive support and financial assistance through Health Workforce Queensland's comprehensive workforce attraction and retention incentives. This position may be eligible for a scholarship or bursary for ongoing professional development. JOB – 10003545 • Thu, 16 MayHEALTH WORKFORCE QUEENSLAND
RAN Nurse | Willowra » Northern Territory, Australia - RAN Nurse | Willowra $92 - $105/hour base rate (depending on experience) super penalties Contract available starting on 30th August - ongoing FTE hours on a 7-day rotating roster (AM, PM, and Nights) Must have 4 years RAN experience Able to work cross culturally and in a multidisciplinary team Travel and accommodation provided Willowra Health Centre is a nurse led clinic which provides visiting services including paediatrics, podiatry, ophthalmology and obstetrics. A Dentist, ENT Nutritionist, women's health specialist and mental health professional also visit the clinic. Willowra is located north of Alice Springs on the Wirliyajarrayi Aboriginal Land Trust. It has a population of approximately 284 people To apply or for more information, click APPLY or contact Sarah at 0406 515 852 or email nursingsaltmedics.com. • Wed, 15 MaySalt Medical Recruitment
APTG Therapeutic Youth Worker » Jamisontown, Penrith Area - We’re looking for passionate, motivated people who are resilient and are a team player. Looking for rewarding work and have good communication skills and a positive attitude to match? We want you The Residential Youth Worker is responsible for the delivery of high-quality residential supports that promotes the emotional, social and behavioural needs of vulnerable young people. This is a Causal opportunity for a Therapeutic Youth Worker based in Penrith, NSW within our 'A Place to Go' program. The position reports to the House Supervisor. About the role: Provide trauma-informed accommodation services that achieve positive outcomes for young people and their families Provide young people with safety, stability, predictability and consistency by implementing the house guidelines and supporting the implementation of individual strategies and plans Participate in team meetings, house meetings and case review meetings to ensure that young people receive services that meet their needs. Key Responsibilities: Provide Therapeutic Care Have a strong focus on recovery from trauma. Provide an alternative to long term residential care. Do more to protect and keep children and young people safe. Provide clear pathways to less intensive service types and permanency. Provide a broader range of placement options for children and young people to achieve outcomes around mental health, physical health and education. Primary objectives: Participate in professional development opportunities as required; Participate constructively in supervision and performance appraisals; Participate in the development and review of policies and procedures; Identify practice improvements that contribute to better outcomes for children, young people and their families; Remain informed of developments in out of home care, homelessness and youth services; Key selection criteria: To be successful in this role, you will have: Minimum qualification requirements for this position is a Diploma of Youth Work, Community Services or equivalent. Aboriginal staff - a qualification is desirable but experience and willingness; to participate in training is essential. Demonstrated skills and experience in youth services, residential care or supported accommodation. Knowledge and understanding of Aboriginal culture and values and an awareness of the current issues faced by Aboriginal children, young people and their families. Demonstrated experience working therapeutically with children and young people who have experience significant challenges and trauma. You must have or willing to obtain: Valid and current Driver’s License; Satisfactory Criminal History Check. Valid and current Working with Children Check. Valid and current NDIS Workers Screening Check Our Offer: A great opportunity to join a leading provider of community and family services. Succession Plan for career growth. Hourly Rate based on SCHADS Award 3.1-3.4 dependent on qualification and experience. Salary packaging – we can help you to maximize your salary packaging up to $18,550 per year, which allows you to reduce the amount of tax you pay. Professional Development- we promote ongoing learning and development and provide study leave, and an enormous amount of training and development within our inhouse learning team. Training- Industry-specific training paid by MacKillop including Therapeutic Crisis Intervention (TCI), Sanctuary and Cultural Awareness training. Employee Assistance Program- Free access to a wide range of options with all aspects of life such as social, financial, physical, mental health by providing counselling and coaching supporting relating both to your circumstance, even including health advise from qualified nutritionist Our Model: MacKillop’s work is underpinned by the Sanctuary Model, an evidence-supported, whole-of-organisation framework that brings our values to life. The model reinforces our ability to create a safe environment that teaches people to cope effectively with stress and trauma, and to heal. Click HERE to find out more about becoming a member of the MacKillop Family Services team and what further support we have to offer our employees. • Tue, 14 MayMacKillop Family Services
Therapeutic Specialist » South Geelong, Geelong - This exciting opportunity is ongoing part-time , 19 hours per week , based in Geelong . Are you dedicated to supporting Young People, knowledgeable about trauma, and driven to make a positive impact? We are looking for a Therapeutic Specialist to join the team, who is passionate about developing therapeutic strategies and plans for each individual young person. In this role, your knowledge and skills will be utilised in guiding our staff through the implementation of strategies and your support will play a crucial part in assisting our Young People expand their strengths to facilitate healing and recovery. You will be joining a team of seasoned experts and have the opportunity to collaborate with some of the industry's most knowledgeable professionals. Our Offer: Salary packaging – we can help you to maximize your salary packaging up to $18,550 per year, which allows you to reduce the amount of tax you pay. Paid Training that is industry specific including, Sanctuary and Cultural Awareness training. Fitness Passport - which is a discounted workplace health and fitness program available to you and your family. For a fraction of the price of a regular gym membership. Employee Assistance Program- Free access to a wide range of options with all aspects of life such as social, financial, physical, mental health by providing counselling and coaching supporting relating both to your circumstance, even including health advice from qualified nutritionists. Sanctuary Organisation - MacKillop’s work is underpinned by the Sanctuary Model, an evidence-supported, whole of organisation framework that brings our values to life. The model reinforces our ability to create a safe environment that teaches people to cope effectively with stress and trauma, and to heal. Desirable: An appropriate tertiary qualification in Psychology, Social Work or a related discipline is essential. Post Graduate training in relevant child, adolescent and family clinical practice, family work and systemic thinking (strongly preferred). Thorough understanding (based on advanced training/qualifications and a body of knowledge on recognised theoretical approaches) of the impact of trauma, disrupted attachment and abuse/neglect on a child or young person’s development and wellbeing. Substantial experience in working therapeutically with young people and demonstrated capacity to persevere to achieve positive outcomes when working with young people who have experienced trauma and have complex needs and presentations. Demonstrated a thorough understanding of Aboriginal and CALD (Culturally and Linguistically Diverse) cultures to provide culturally sensitive and effective care for young people in residential care. Please address the full Key Selection Criteria outlined in the PD as part of your application. Essential: Valid and current Driver’s License; Satisfactory Criminal History Check (paid for by MacKillop); Valid Employee Working with Children Check. Valid and current NDIS Workers Screening Check If you'd like further details about this position, please don't hesitate to contact: Penny Tripoli at penny.tripolimackillop.org.au or 03 5273 2813. MacKillop celebrates and draws strength from diversity and respects the dignity of all people. Every person at MacKillop has the right to be safe and to be treated justly. We value every person’s ability, cultural or linguistic backgrounds, ethnicity, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, intersex status, relationship status, religious or spiritual beliefs, socio-economic status, and age. It is our goal that MacKillop Family Services continues to evolve as a culturally safe, culturally competent, and welcoming organisation to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children, young people, families, and communities. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people are strongly encouraged to apply for this position. Shortlisting for this position may commence immediately, please submit your application as soon as possible. • Tue, 14 MayMacKillop Family Services

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