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Social Worker » Adelaide, SA - . What To Know More? Contact: Nicole Dry, Ambulatory Allied Health Service Manager, on 0437 425 601 or Application... Ambulatory Allied Health Service are looking for their next Social Worker to join their busy and rewarding team. Recruitment... • Fri, 01 MarSA Health$86950 - 100729 per year
Marketing Manager - Westfield Mt Druitt » The Rocks, Sydney - Our Story Scentre Group is the owner and operator of 42 Westfield living centres in Australia and New Zealand; partnering with the world's leading retail and luxury brands to create a unique shopping and leisure experience for our customers. A career with us fosters the chance to be a part of a company that is transforming the digital and physical retail space. Every day, our people play a vital role in our purpose to 'create extraordinary places, connecting and enriching communities.' Your opportunity Our Marketing Team's focus on delivering exceptional customer experiences every day - through assisting the Centre team to execute best-in-class activations and campaigns, partnering with retailers and connect with customers and the community. Your role as the Marketing Manager - Westfield Mt Druitt is to inspire and deliver exceptional customer experiences every day - by engaging and connecting with customers and the community, partnering with retailers, and using insights to influence key asset decisions. Day to day, your main responsibilities will include (but not be limited to) Develop the Centre's Marketing Plan and oversee flawless execution of key marketing campaigns (including co-ordination of all stakeholders) Coach, lead and develop a small team. Manage the centre marketing budget. Lead Centre communications / content plan across owned, earnt and bought channels. Deliver an annual Centre event program. Lead and practice everyday innovation and thought leadership, identifying process improvement opportunities. Assisting retailer engagement through driving regular communication and gaining support via participation in promotional activities. Supporting PR opportunities, especially via local media relationships. Working effectively with agencies and external suppliers to deliver quality creative assets and services on time and on budget. Actively engaging and responding to new initiatives, looking for ways to make them work. Actively connecting and engaging with local community groups to foster relationships and opportunities. This is a Full-time opportunity, and as a part of our Asset Team, you will also have Duty Management responsibilities from time to time too, where you will be required to work a weekend shift (on a roster), which will be balanced with a day off in lieu. What will set you apart from the rest? You will be a confident and passionate self-motivated individual who enjoys working in a high performing culture. We are also looking for: Tertiary qualifications in Marketing/Business discipline Hands on Marketing Management experience and experience leading small teams. You will be a passionate, dynamic, self-motivated individual who enjoys working in a high performing culture. Skills - communication, brand management, customer experience/guest services, digital & social, media & PR, event management, research & analysis, negotiating. Understanding of consumer behaviour Attention to detail and excellence in execution. Ability to adapt to a 7 day a week dynamic environment - Including Duty Manager shifts. Someone with a passion for the retail sector What sets us apart from the rest? A collaborative, welcoming, inclusive, and supportive culture Life Leave - additional five days paid leave to use however you like on top of your four weeks annual leave. Diverse career paths - Opportunities to cross-skill and develop working with over 70 different professions within the team. Our diverse and inclusive workforce is not only something we are proud of, but something we're committed to. We encourage and support our people to bring their 'whole selves' to work each and every day because we believe our differences contribute to our success and ensures a workforce that reflects the customers we serve, in the communities in which we operate. This commitment is backed by executive and employee-led working groups including LGBTI, gender equity, mental health & wellbeing, working flexibility, disability, and alongside other initiatives. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples are encouraged to apply. If this sounds like you, apply today to make extraordinary happen Should you have any questions, or want to discuss the role further, please reach out to Kylie Stephens, Talent Portfolio lead, on [email protected] Advertised: 28 Feb 2024 AUS Eastern Daylight Time Applications close: 19 May 2024 AUS Eastern Standard Time • Sun, 03 MarScentre Group
Clinical Senior Social Worker » Port Pirie, SA - service context, the Clinical Senior Social Worker upholds professional standards and provides complex clinical... Team Leader/Program Manager, receives clinical support and supervision from the Advanced Clinical Lead Social Worker... • Sat, 02 MarSA Health$102641 - 110094 per year
Social Worker » Rockingham, WA - excellent health care where it's needed? Then PaRK is the perfect place to start! PaRK provides mental health service... health service is a vibrant and progressive organisation whose mission is to provide safe and progressive patient care... • Sat, 02 MarGovernment of Western Australia$80963 - 109579 per year
Marketing Manager - Westfield Mt Druitt » The Rocks, Sydney - Scentre Group is the owner and operator of 42 Westfield living centres in Australia and New Zealand; partnering with the world’s leading retail and luxury brands to create a unique shopping and leisure experience for our customers. A career with us fosters the chance to be a part of a company that is transforming the digital and physical retail space. Every day, our people play a vital role in our purpose to ‘create extraordinary places, connecting and enriching communities.’ Your opportunity Our Marketing Team’s focus on delivering exceptional customer experiences every day - through assisting the Centre team to execute best-in-class activations and campaigns, partnering with retailers and connect with customers and the community. Your role as the Marketing Manager – Westfield Mt Druitt is to inspire and deliver exceptional customer experiences every day - by engaging and connecting with customers and the community, partnering with retailers, and using insights to influence key asset decisions. Day to day, your main responsibilities will include (but not be limited to) Develop the Centre’s Marketing Plan and oversee flawless execution of key marketing campaigns (including co-ordination of all stakeholders) Coach, lead and develop a small team. Manage the centre marketing budget. Lead Centre communications / content plan across owned, earnt and bought channels. Deliver an annual Centre event program. Lead and practice everyday innovation and thought leadership, identifying process improvement opportunities. Assisting retailer engagement through driving regular communication and gaining support via participation in promotional activities. Supporting PR opportunities, especially via local media relationships. Working effectively with agencies and external suppliers to deliver quality creative assets and services on time and on budget. Actively engaging and responding to new initiatives, looking for ways to make them work. Actively connecting and engaging with local community groups to foster relationships and opportunities. This is a Full-time opportunity, and as a part of our Asset Team, you will also have Duty Management responsibilities from time to time too, where you will be required to work a weekend shift (on a roster), which will be balanced with a day off in lieu. What will set you apart from the rest? You will be a confident and passionate self-motivated individual who enjoys working in a high performing culture. We are also looking for: Tertiary qualifications in Marketing/Business discipline Hands on Marketing Management experience and experience leading small teams. You will be a passionate, dynamic, self-motivated individual who enjoys working in a high performing culture. Skills – communication, brand management, customer experience/guest services, digital & social, media & PR, event management, research & analysis, negotiating. Understanding of consumer behaviour Attention to detail and excellence in execution. Ability to adapt to a 7 day a week dynamic environment – Including Duty Manager shifts. Someone with a passion for the retail sector What sets us apart from the rest? A collaborative, welcoming, inclusive, and supportive culture Life Leave – additional five days paid leave to use however you like on top of your four weeks annual leave. Diverse career paths - Opportunities to cross-skill and develop working with over 70 different professions within the team. Our diverse and inclusive workforce is not only something we are proud of, but something we’re committed to. We encourage and support our people to bring their ‘whole selves’ to work each and every day because we believe our differences contribute to our success and ensures a workforce that reflects the customers we serve, in the communities in which we operate. This commitment is backed by executive and employee-led working groups including LGBTI, gender equity, mental health & wellbeing, working flexibility, disability, and alongside other initiatives. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples are encouraged to apply. If this sounds like you, apply today to make extraordinary happen Should you have any questions, or want to discuss the role further, please reach out to Kylie Stephens, Talent Portfolio lead, on [email protected] Promote local employment to your region, community or member organisation with a uWorkin Talent Community. Find out more . J-18808-Ljbffr • Sat, 02 MarOnline Courses Australia Pty

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Marketing Manager - Westfield Mt Druitt » The Rocks, Sydney - Our Story Scentre Group is the owner and operator of 42 Westfield living centres in Australia and New Zealand; partnering with the world’s leading retail and luxury brands to create a unique shopping and leisure experience for our customers. A career with us fosters the chance to be a part of a company that is transforming the digital and physical retail space. Every day, our people play a vital role in our purpose to ‘create extraordinary places, connecting and enriching communities.’ Your opportunity Our Marketing Team’s focus on delivering exceptional customer experiences every day - through assisting the Centre team to execute best-in-class activations and campaigns, partnering with retailers and connect with customers and the community. Your role as the Marketing Manager – Westfield Mt Druitt is to inspire and deliver exceptional customer experiences every day - by engaging and connecting with customers and the community, partnering with retailers, and using insights to influence key asset decisions. Day to day, your main responsibilities will include (but not be limited to) Develop the Centre’s Marketing Plan and oversee flawless execution of key marketing campaigns (including co-ordination of all stakeholders) Coach, lead and develop a small team. Manage the centre marketing budget. Lead Centre communications / content plan across owned, earnt and bought channels. Deliver an annual Centre event program. Lead and practice everyday innovation and thought leadership, identifying process improvement opportunities. Assisting retailer engagement through driving regular communication and gaining support via participation in promotional activities. Supporting PR opportunities, especially via local media relationships. Working effectively with agencies and external suppliers to deliver quality creative assets and services on time and on budget. Actively engaging and responding to new initiatives, looking for ways to make them work. Actively connecting and engaging with local community groups to foster relationships and opportunities. This is a Full-time opportunity, and as a part of our Asset Team, you will also have Duty Management responsibilities from time to time too, where you will be required to work a weekend shift (on a roster), which will be balanced with a day off in lieu. What will set you apart from the rest? You will be a confident and passionate self-motivated individual who enjoys working in a high performing culture. We are also looking for: Tertiary qualifications in Marketing/Business discipline Hands on Marketing Management experience and experience leading small teams. You will be a passionate, dynamic, self-motivated individual who enjoys working in a high performing culture. Skills – communication, brand management, customer experience/guest services, digital & social, media & PR, event management, research & analysis, negotiating. Understanding of consumer behaviour Attention to detail and excellence in execution. Ability to adapt to a 7 day a week dynamic environment – Including Duty Manager shifts. Someone with a passion for the retail sector What sets us apart from the rest? A collaborative, welcoming, inclusive, and supportive culture Life Leave – additional five days paid leave to use however you like on top of your four weeks annual leave. Diverse career paths - Opportunities to cross-skill and develop working with over 70 different professions within the team. Our diverse and inclusive workforce is not only something we are proud of, but something we’re committed to. We encourage and support our people to bring their ‘whole selves’ to work each and every day because we believe our differences contribute to our success and ensures a workforce that reflects the customers we serve, in the communities in which we operate. This commitment is backed by executive and employee-led working groups including LGBTI, gender equity, mental health & wellbeing, working flexibility, disability, and alongside other initiatives. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples are encouraged to apply. If this sounds like you, apply today to make extraordinary happen Should you have any questions, or want to discuss the role further, please reach out to Kylie Stephens, Talent Portfolio lead, on [email protected] J-18808-Ljbffr • Sat, 02 MarEveri Pty
Senior Social Worker - Critical Care (IC » Royal Melbourne Hospital, VIC - Senior Social Worker – Grade 3 Critical Care – Trauma and Intensive Care Be part of the adult major trauma service... opportunities and access to specialist leaders. Your New Role Provide exemplary social work service and leadership... • Sat, 02 MarThe Royal Melbourne Hospital
Clinical Coordinator - Northam / DIDO » Perth, Perth Region - MARS Healthcare are representing a recognised NFP health organisation seeking a Clinical Coordinator to join their Youth and Mental Health service working in Northam, WA. This position will include being a key part of the leadership team operating in the organisations satellite mental health service in Northam. The position is anticipated to operate independently within the leadership team, taking charge of planning and crafting services for young individuals and their families. This role aims to contribute to the ongoing success and growth of their Northam team as well as alternative sites across Perth while ensuring the delivery of high-quality mental health services. About the organisation: This organisation supports the mental and physical well-being of children and adolescents providing a unique range of personalised and integrated services across health, mental health and disability. They provide tailored and easily accessible mental health services and programs spanning Western Australia, aimed at assisting vulnerable individuals aged 12 to 25. About the role: Permanent, part-time position (0.6FTE) - Workdays: Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday with options to do an additional day in Midland Fixed-term contract until November 2024, with likely extension in line with funding. Travel and accomodation can be provided DIDO. Relocation allowance can be consiered. Under the guidance of the Centre Manager, you will be responsible for the duties below: Offer clinical leadership, line management, and consultation to staff and manage day-to-day operations of the team. Efficiently manage resources and rosters for timely service delivery. Train and orient new employees and conduct clinical supervision in line with organisational policies. Supervise psycho-social assessments for client suitability. Manage service delivery and internal/external referrals. Coordinate a comprehensive intake service and process referrals. Coordinate clinical case review and team meetings. Liaise with referrers and services for a coordinated response. Contribute to the vision, strategic planning, and policy development. Review internal practices for efficiency and relevance. Identify opportunities for collaboration and learning. Ensure integration with alternative sites based in Perth. Identify opportunities to support the growth of the Northam site. Provide consultation, liaison, and representation at external forums. Role requirements: Tertiary level qualifications in Social Work, Psychology (clinical, counselling, 42 or 51 pathway), Mental Health Nursing, or Occupational Therapy. Current registration/membership with AHPRA or AASW Proven advanced expertise and experience in working with youth and families, particularly those facing risks of suicide, depression, and/or self-harm. Possesses a deep understanding of the challenges that influence the lives of both families and young individuals. Ability to work with young people and stakeholders from diverse backgrounds, including LGBTIQA, Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander people, CaLD people. A minimum of 3 years' clinical experience post qualification in the NFP sector - desirable NPC dated within 6 months or willingness to obtain one. WWCC or willingness to obtain. WA Driver's License COVID Vaccinations Booster / 2023 Influenza Vaccination Desirable - Previous experience supporting youth in a clinical environment. What's in it for you? Join a clinic staffed with a vibrant team of Health professionals who truly care about your growth. Become an essential part of an established mental health organisation and work within the leadership team. This role offers highly competitive renumeration packages commensurate with experience. Health & wellbeing program. Relocation allowance or accomodation for those who wish to drive in from Perth. Salary packaging available of $15,900 for living expenses $2,650 meal & entertainment. Funded Professional Development. Opportunities for continued growth and development. If you are a passionate Senior OT, Social Worker, Mental Health Nurse or Registered Psychologist with a drive to support clinicians in a innovative mental health organisation, then reach out to me for more information For more information, you can contact Beth Peeney at MARS Recruitment on 08 6315 3603 / bethany.peeneymarsrecruitment.com.au for a confidential discussion or alternatively apply online now • Sat, 02 MarMARS PARTNERSHIP PTY. LTD.
Principal Environmental Consultant » The Hill, Newcastle Area - Description Do you want to be part of a workplace that provides: Opportunity to work with a highly skilled team National environmental and social consulting service provider One of Australia’s largest employee-owned environmental consultancies Strong organisational values About the Opportunity Working as part of our NSW Environmental Management Team, this position will lead project teams to deliver a wide range of interesting and challenging environmental management projects, with a focus on Infrastructure and renewables, government, resources and with the opportunity to also work across other sectors including Defence. The role can be tailored to the specific skills of the successful applicant and will include focus on a range of services including, but not limited to, environmental management and compliance, government policy development / advisory services, ESG and sustainability and management of specialist technical studies and consultation programs. Working as part of our strong team will provide opportunities for you to learn and develop your skills, and to teach through delegation and providing support and guidance. Our ideal candidate for this position has experience as a Principal Environmental Consultant, Technical Lead or Environmental Manager with experience in site-based environmental management roles. About you We are looking for a motivated and enthusiastic Environmental Professional who has: A degree in Environmental Science or Natural Resources Management Extensive project experience, particularly related to the provision of environmental management, sustainability and environmental compliance advice, and delivery of related projects Strong people focus and leadership approach, with the ability to balance client, employee, business, and operational needs to deliver high value sustainable outcomes Excellent verbal and written communication skills with the ability to effectively collaborate with people at all levels in both technical and non-technical environments An ability to develop and maintain positive relationships with a range of stakeholders including clients, government agencies and the community A high level of motivation and self-direction Current drivers license About Umwelt With three decades of experience and eight locations nationwide, we are a team of vibrant professionals collaborating with clients across a range of sectors including renewables, infrastructure, defence, regulation and policy, resources, and urban development. We provide fully integrated environmental and social assessment and management services including concept and feasibility, technical assessment, consultation, approvals, delivery, operations, and decommissioning. At Umwelt, workplace culture is paramount. Our people are our most important asset, and we are committed to providing a workplace that supports our team to grow with a collaborative and supportive environment and engaging project opportunities. Continue to expand your career with a company that inspires and empowers you to deliver your best work so you can evolve, grow, and succeed as part of a consultancy that puts its people first. What we offer Our people are our number one asset, and we are committed to providing a workplace that supports our team to grow. As part of our team, you will be offered: MeDays – an Umwelt wellbeing initiative that offers staff an additional day of paid leave per month (up to 12 days per year for FTE as per the MeDay guideline) to support mental health and wellbeing Flexible work arrangements to support a work/life balance A role working alongside highly experienced professionals that can support you to grow and develop professionally Opportunities to work nationally across a range of sectors on diverse and technically challenging projects Opportunity to join the companies Employee Share Plan (ESP) Paid parental leave for both primary and secondary carers Diversity and Inclusion Our vision is to make a difference for our clients, our people, and the world around us. We rely on the diversity and unique experiences that each of our employees bring to deliver on this vision. We are an equal opportunity employer, and we value diversity in the workplace. Our team is privileged to work closely with Indigenous communities across the nation, and we are actively progressing, as a team, the commitments we have made in our own Reconciliation Action Plan. We strongly encourage applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples. We support and promote a family-friendly working environment, and we offer a range of family-friendly work practices that allow our team members to balance their work commitments with their family responsibilities. This includes flexible work arrangements, paid parental leave and additional MeDays, as well as a range of established and well considered wellbeing tools and initiatives. If you would like additional assistance through the recruitment process, please reach out to our friendly HR team at HRManagementumwelt.com.au Join the Umwelt Team If you believe you meet the criteria for this opportunity, please apply via SEEK. Your application should include a Cover Letter addressing how you meet the above criteria and your Resume outlining your previous experience. Applications close 1 March 2024; however, we will be interviewing suitable candidates as soon as they are identified and may fill the role prior to this date. We therefore request that you make your application for this role as soon as possible. To be eligible for this position you must have legal work rights to work in Australia. Role Type Hybrid • Permanent • Full-time • Principal Company Overview J-18808-Ljbffr • Fri, 01 MarUmwelt
Practice Development Lead » Dunnstown, Moorabool Area - Position reports to: Acting Partnerships Manager Employment status: Fixed term, 10-month contract Hours: Preferably 0.8 FTE to full-time, however applications indicating a preference to work fewer hours will be considered. LOCATION HJA has office hubs in both Sydney and Melbourne that enable collaborative working and are available for staff use. Our staff outside of these two metropolitan locations work remotely. All HJA staff may be required to undertake travel, particularly as it relates to team time as part of their role. The HJA team come together in person (usually in Sydney or Melbourne) from time to time for events, and to facilitate team learning and collaboration opportunities (3-4 times per year). ABOUT HEALTH JUSTICE PARTNERSHIPS (HJPS) Health justice partnerships (HJPs) are collaborations to embed legal help into healthcare services and teams. They have formed in response to a growing body of evidence that shows there are groups of people who are vulnerable to intersecting legal and health problems, commonly compounded by broader disadvantage, but who are unlikely to turn to legal services for solutions. And yet legal solutions can address social issues or determinants – such as housing, money issues, employment, and family safety and stability - that in turn impact upon health and wellbeing. ABOUT HEALTH JUSTICE AUSTRALIA Health Justice Australia is a national charity established in 2016 as a centre of excellence for health justice partnership. Health Justice Australia supports the expansion and effectiveness of health justice partnerships through: Knowledge and its translation: developing evidence and translating that evidence into knowledge that is valued by practitioners, researchers, policy-makers and funders. Building capability: supporting practitioners to work collaboratively, including through brokering, mentoring and facilitating partnerships. Driving systems change: connecting the experience of people coming through health justice partnerships, and their practitioners, with opportunities for lasting systems change through reforms to policy settings, service design and funding. We are committed to an inclusive work environment. Advancing HJA’s work to achieve our intended impact, we seek to work with people whose skills and behaviours are aligned to our values, culture and strategy. Core competencies that reflect our values include: Curiosity - We value and welcome opportunities to learn. We actively listen and reflect, including where there is uncertainty and ambiguity. We seek out expertise and experience that is different to our own. Courage - We are ambitious in our purpose and scope. We adapt and change through what we learn. We acknowledge what is hard and where we can do better. Integrity - We are authentic and genuine in how we engage. We are transparent in our decision making. We are accountable for the resources we use and the purpose we put them to. Respect - We work with, alongside and for others by building trusted, respectful relationships. We are intentional about where we lead, where we collaborate and where we follow. We value the wellbeing of our people and the people we work with and for. We work to identify training and development needs to support our people to develop these and other competencies over time. ABOUT THIS POSITION As a relief role due to parental leave this is an exciting opportunity to work with Health Justice Australia to support the practice development of our national network of health justice practitioners and services. ROLES AND RESPONSIBILITIES This key cross-organisational role will work within the Practice team to: Support the implementation of Health Justice Australia’s current strategy through the design, coordination and convening of existing HJP practitioner capability building activities Synthesise and translate research and practice evidence into existing HJP practitioner capability building activities Support discrete partnership brokerage activity, including the delivery of existing partnership workshops and the collection, analysis, synthesis and distribution of workshop outputs Triage practice related enquiries and provide discrete partnership and practice support to HJP practitioners Gather lessons and practice evidence from HJP to inform and contribute to Health Justice Australia’s research and policy activity and broader strategy for impact Support the proactive engagement of health, community and social service practitioners and managers in the National HJP Practitioner Network Represent Health Justice Australia at networks, events and forums across the health, justice and related sectors as required and commensurate to the role of Practice Development Lead Actively participate in internal strategy and organisational development activity as required Support the work of Health Justice Australia towards its impact through other duties as required ESSENTIAL CRITERIA Demonstrated experience in supporting and developing partnerships or collaborations in complex and challenging environments High-level communication, stakeholder engagement, coaching and mentoring, and relationship management skills, including experience in convening, navigating and negotiating with multiple organisations and professional groups or stakeholders Demonstrated experience in developing and implementing processes, resources and activities designed to build the capability of frontline practitioners and their leaders Experience in implementing projects and workplans, including contributing to the development of project plans and bringing a project to fruition within the agreed timeframe and budget Excellent communication skills, both written and verbal Knowledge of professional practice in the areas of health and human services broadly (for example, community legal assistance, primary health care, public health or social services), including an awareness of basic motivations and barriers to building partnerships to address complex need Entrepreneurial thinking, high level analytical and problem-solving skills and curiosity to identify and apply innovative or creative solutions Commitment to the values of social justice, improving health and reducing legal need particularly for communities experiencing disadvantage Tertiary qualifications and minimum experience of 3 years in a related discipline e.g. community development, human-centred design, health, law, social services or social policy DESIRABLE CRITERIA Experience using programs, software and platforms such as SharePoint, Salesforce, Microsoft Teams, Miro and Monday.com Experience in knowledge translation to inform policy and practice Organisational relationships Works within Practice team Supervised by the Acting Partnerships Manager Works in close collaboration with Health Justice Australia’s national network of health justice partnership practitioners. FOR FURTHER INFORMATION Contact: Cathy Bucolo, Acting Partnerships Manager on 02 8526 0861 or cathy.bucolohealthjustice.org.au using the subject line: Practice Development Lead enquiry via EthicalJobs or visit our website https://www.healthjustice.org.au. A position description is attached. J-18808-Ljbffr • Fri, 01 MarBehaviour Support
Ecologist (Expressions of Interest), NSW » Australia - Newcastle, New South Wales 2300, Australia • Part-time Description We are seeking expressions of interest from Field Ecologists wanting to start or further their career in ecological consulting. Be a part of a supportive, skilled, and growing team The biodiversity sector continues to grow on the back of new and exciting projects in Umwelt’s portfolio as NSW shifts into a renewable energy future and seeks to balance development with strategic conservation and offsetting outcomes. This growth brings with it amazing opportunity for a passionate early carer ecologist to join a team with secure workflow and incredible project variety. To support our growth, and to deliver on our vision to make a difference, we are seeking Field Ecologists who are looking to start or progress their career in ecological consulting with our NSW ecology team. Our ideal candidate is a graduate that has some prior experience in conducting ecological field work and is motivated to be mobile and develop their technical skills in vegetation and flora identification and targeted species surveys. The successful applicant will strive for quality outcomes, technical excellence and effective communication in a team. While this opportunity is for a primarily field-based role, the nature of our work is varied and adaptable and Umwelt will support your progression into reporting, project management and technical expertise as your career evolves. Please note - whilst this role is advertised in Newcastle, we would also consider applications from individuals located in Sydney and Canberra. About you: We are looking for motivated and enthusiastic Field Ecologists who meet the following criteria: A degree/post-graduate qualification in environmental science, botany, zoology environmental science (or similar). A strong desire to work flexible hours and travel for ecological fieldwork including possible trips of extended duration (one week or greater) in rural or remote regions. Experience in undertaking ecological surveys and a demonstrated passion for flora and/or fauna. Prior experience or knowledge of NSW Plant Community Types will be highly regarded. Experience in developing and maintaining positive relationships with a range of stakeholders including peers, clients, and government agencies. Ability to work in a professional team as well as autonomously. Capability to effectively communicate with team members. Experience in GIS and electronic data capture. Appreciation of the importance of WHS matters. About Umwelt: With three decades of experience and eight locations nationwide, we are a team of vibrant professionals with experience across a range of sectors including renewables, infrastructure, Defence, regulation and policy, resources, and the urban development sector. We provide fully integrated environmental and social assessment and management services including concept and feasibility, technical assessment, consultation, approvals, delivery, operation, and decommissioning. At Umwelt, workplace culture is paramount. Our people are our most important asset, and we are committed to providing a workplace that supports our team to grow with a collaborative and supportive environment and engaging project opportunities. Continue to expand your career with a company that inspires and empowers you to deliver your best work so you can evolve, grow, and succeed as part of a consultancy that puts its people first. What we offer: Our people are our number one asset, and we are committed to providing a workplace that supports our team to grow. As part of our team, you will be offered: A genuine career role for an enthusiastic Ecologist MeDays – an Umwelt wellbeing initiative that offers staff an additional day of paid leave per month (12 days per year for FTE in addition to other leave) to support mental health and wellbeing. Flexible work arrangements to support a work/life balance. A role working alongside highly experienced professionals that can support you to grow and develop professionally. Opportunities to work nationally across a range of sectors on diverse and technically challenging projects. Opportunities to join the company’s Employee Share Plan (ESP). Paid parental leave for both primary and secondary carers. A workplace culture of learning and personal development, with a mix of in-house and externally hosted training opportunities offered as well as mentorship. Established and well considered wellbeing tools and initiatives and hands-on training. A competitive salary based on skills and experience as well as generous per diem and significant field hours considerations. Diversity and Inclusion: Our vision is to make a difference for our clients, our people, and the world around us. We rely on the diversity and unique experiences that each of our employees bring to deliver on this vision. We are an equal opportunity employer, and we value diversity in the workplace. Our team is privileged to work closely with Indigenous communities across the nation, and we are actively progressing, as a team, the commitments we have made in our own Reconciliation Action Plan. We encourage applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples. We support and promote a family-friendly working environment, and we offer a range of family-friendly work practices that allow our team members to balance their work commitments with their family responsibilities. This includes flexible work arrangements, paid parental leave and additional MeDays, as well as a range of established and well considered wellbeing tools and initiatives. If you would like additional assistance through the recruitment process, please reach out to our friendly HR team at HRManagementumwelt.com.au Role Type J-18808-Ljbffr • Fri, 01 MarUmwelt Australia Pty Limited
Practice Leader The Orange Door (CY&P) » Victoria, Australia - Join The Orange Door, Werribee and provide expert practice leadership Lead, train, educate and consult across multiple agencies Training, development and career stability at The Orange Door Werribee Your role: Within The Orange Door network, the Children and Young Person’s Practice Leader is a practice leadership position. The Orange Door service model recognises the safety of infants, children and young people as an inalienable right, distinct from their parents or guardians, and that each infant, child and young person has unique needs that will be assessed individually. The Children and Young Person’s Practice Leader will hold responsibility for providing expert practice leadership on engaging children and young people, assessing risk and needs for the infant, child, young person and family, and supporting interventions for infants, children and young people impacted by family violence and/or experiencing vulnerabilities due to other factors. For more specific information about the program, position, key responsibilities and key selection criteria. Please view the positions description available here: Advanced Practice Leader - Children and Young People PD TOD M AW8 052023 V1.2 (2).pdf What we are looking for: Expertise and knowledge required include: Demonstrated experience working with children and young people in a family violence context. A strong knowledge and understanding of the drivers/causes of family violence and child and family vulnerability, as well as the child and family services and/or broader social services sector and their fundamental practices and theories is required. Demonstrated experience in leading practice within complex service delivery contexts, particularly multi-disciplinary and multi-agency approaches to the provision of services to vulnerable children, families and diverse communities is required The role of the Integrated Practice Leader requires specialist knowledge and skills and someone who can: Bring expert knowledge and experience in clinical and social services management to lead best practice in the areas of family violence, child development, attachment and trauma theories as well as an understanding of the law and legal system in the context of responding to family violence and vulnerable children and families. Work collaboratively in an integrated team, drive cultural change, inspire positive practice cultures and support a large and varied integrated team of professionals Manage, build and maintain strong key stakeholder relationships Identify and manage obstacles and opportunities for development in the internal and external environment Effectively self manage behaviour and maintain and foster a culture of resilience Qualifications Professional clinical experience and relevant qualification(s) in social work, psychology or a related discipline is essential. What you need to know: A salary at SCHCADS level 8 which equates to $125,000 plus super at full time. Based at Werribee. Full time ongoing role. Access to discounted health insurance, free Employee Assistance, Salary Packaging and a range of other employment benefits supporting your physical and mental health. Working hours are 9am-5pm Monday to Friday on site which is great for work life balance. We are involved across multiple Orange Door Hubs. You can draw upon the experience of others to set you up for success. What our people say- “AV is an organisation where if you want to challenge yourself or explore opportunities, you don’t have to leave to do that. There are so many great people, programs and services, so it’s an organisation where you have great conditions for growth and development”. Ready to take the next step: A mandatory minimum qualification policy will apply to specialist family violence practitioners who enter the workforce from 1 July 2021. All applications are welcome and there are personalised pathways to employment based on whether you: hold a Bachelor of Social Work or equivalent qualification, or Are working towards or can meet the new mandatory minimum qualification policy requirement via one of the available employment pathways. For relevant specialist family violence roles, applicants are asked to please complete the Candidate Questionnaire and the Mandatory Minimum Qualifications Equivalency Self-Assessment (you can download both below) and submit with your application. You will submit these documents under key selection criteria and other documents along with you resume. Rec 209 - Candidate Questionaire.pdf Rec 209 - Qualifications Self-Assessment Form (1).pdf The closing date for applications is Monday 11th March To apply for this position please click apply wherever you see the advert, you will be taken to our careers page to apply. You will also be requested to attach your resume and cover letter that describes your motivation to apply for this role and any skills and experience relevant to the role. If shortlisted we will then ask you to address some Key Selection Criteria. For further enquiries contact Kerry Simpson via email at kerry.simpsonanglicarevic.org.au to arrange a time to discuss the role in more detail or ask any specific questions you might have. Please Note: It is mandatory for the successful applicant to hold a current Working with Children Check and be prepared to undergo a National Criminal History Check prior to commencement. Anglicare Victoria acknowledges Aboriginal people as the traditional custodians of the land on which we operate. We commit to working respectfully to honour their ongoing cultural and spiritual connections to this country. Diversity and inclusivity are important to Anglicare Victoria and we are committed to ensuring our workplace and services reflect this. Everyone is welcome at Anglicare Victoria, regardless of age, ethnicity, cultural background, gender, sexual orientation, religious affiliation and physical ability. J-18808-Ljbffr • Fri, 01 MarAnglicare Victoria
Marketing Manager - Westfield Geelong » Dunnstown, Moorabool Area - Our Story Scentre Group is the owner and operator of 42 Westfield living centres in Australia and New Zealand; partnering with the world’s leading retail and luxury brands to create a unique shopping and leisure experience for our customers. A career with us fosters the chance to be a part of a company that is transforming the digital and physical retail space. Every day, our people play a vital role in our purpose to ‘create extraordinary places, connecting and enriching communities.’ Your opportunity Our Marketing Team’s focus on delivering exceptional customer experiences every day - through assisting the Centre team to execute best-in-class activations and campaigns, partnering with retailers and connect with customers and the community. Your role as the Marketing Manager – Westfield Geelong is to inspire and deliver exceptional customer experiences every day - by engaging and connecting with customers and the community, partnering with retailers, and using insights to influence key asset decisions. Day to day, your main responsibilities will include (but not be limited to) Develop the Centre’s Marketing Plan and oversee flawless execution of key marketing campaigns (including co-ordination of all stakeholders) Coach, lead and develop a small team. Manage the centre marketing budget. Lead Centre communications / content plan across owned, earnt and bought channels. Deliver an annual Centre event program. Lead and practice everyday innovation and thought leadership, identifying process improvement opportunities. Assisting retailer engagement through driving regular communication and gaining support via participation in promotional activities. Supporting PR opportunities, especially via local media relationships. Working effectively with agencies and external suppliers to deliver quality creative assets and services on time and on budget. Actively engaging and responding to new initiatives, looking for ways to make them work. Actively connecting and engaging with local community groups to foster relationships and opportunities. This is a Full-time opportunity, and as a part of our Asset Team, you will also have Duty Management responsibilities from time to time too, where you will be required to work a weekend shift (on a roster), which will be balanced with a day off in lieu. What will set you apart from the rest? You will be a confident and passionate self-motivated individual who enjoys working in a high performing culture. We are also looking for: Tertiary qualifications in Marketing/Business discipline Hands on Marketing Management experience and experience leading small teams. You will be a passionate, dynamic, self-motivated individual who enjoys working in a high performing culture. Skills – communication, brand management, customer experience/guest services, digital & social, media & PR, event management, research & analysis, negotiating. Understanding of consumer behaviour Attention to detail and excellence in execution. Ability to adapt to a 7 day a week dynamic environment – Including Duty Manager shifts. Someone with a passion for the retail sector What sets us apart from the rest? A collaborative, welcoming, inclusive, and supportive culture Life Leave – additional five days paid leave to use however you like on top of your four weeks annual leave. Diverse career paths - Opportunities to cross-skill and develop working with over 70 different professions within the team. Our diverse and inclusive workforce is not only something we are proud of, but something we’re committed to. We encourage and support our people to bring their ‘whole selves’ to work each and every day because we believe our differences contribute to our success and ensures a workforce that reflects the customers we serve, in the communities in which we operate. This commitment is backed by executive and employee-led working groups including LGBTI, gender equity, mental health & wellbeing, working flexibility, disability, and alongside other initiatives. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples are encouraged to apply. If this sounds like you, apply today to make extraordinary happen Should you have any questions, or want to discuss the role further, please reach out to Kylie Stephens, Talent Portfolio lead, on [email protected] J-18808-Ljbffr • Fri, 01 MarEveri Pty
Workplace Health and Safety Advisor » The Hill, Newcastle Area - Description We are seeking a Workplace Health and Safety Advisor on a 12-month maximum term contract (parental leave cover). In this role you will be working closely with and supporting the Safety, Quality and Integrated Systems Lead with all compliance and administration tasks relating to health, safety, and quality. This position will have a national focus and be providing Umwelt with a high level of support to the key personnel across the business to facilitate the effective management of certified system in WHS, Quality Management system. Working as part of the national WHSQ team, this role will undertake a range of tasks including and not limited to compliance, administration, auditing, identification of improvements, writing of policies and procedures and driving outcomes. In addition, this position will also assist in ensuring all safety guidelines and processes are met, assisting in the implementation of risk assessments, drive risk reduction activities and support as required in investigation activities. About you: We are looking for an enthusiastic Workplace Health and Safety Advisor who is a self-starter and has the ability to learn and apply relevant WHSQ systems. You will have: Relevant WHS qualifications and/or experience. Understand or able to demonstrate WHSE systems and processes understanding. An ability to complete internal auditing and demonstrate risk mitigation techniques. Experience in identifying improvements within the health, safety, and quality systems. Demonstrated ability to write policies and procedures. Understand compliance and accompanying systems, monitor and measure safety outcomes. Strong interpersonal, verbal, and written communication skills. Excellent time management skills with the ability to prioritize work and meet deadlines, work effectively under pressure without compromising on safety. High level of confidentiality and is reliable and flexible. Advanced computer literacy skills in Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, and PowerPoint) Adobe Acrobat and Microsoft Outlook. RTW Coordinator qualifications (desirable). Current driver's licence. About Umwelt: With three decades of experience and eight locations nationwide, we are a team of vibrant professionals with experience across a range of sectors including renewables, infrastructure, Defence, regulation and policy, resources, and the urban development sector. We provide fully integrated environmental and social assessment and management services including concept and feasibility, technical assessment, consultation, approvals, delivery, operation, and decommissioning. At Umwelt, workplace culture is paramount. Our people are our most important asset, and we are committed to providing a workplace that supports our team to grow with a collaborative and supportive environment and engaging project opportunities. Continue to expand your career with a company that inspires and empowers you to deliver your best work so you can evolve, grow, and succeed as part of a consultancy that puts its people first. What we offer: Our people are our number one priority, and we are committed to providing a workplace that supports our team to grow. As part of our team, you will be offered: Flexible work arrangements to support a work/life balance. A role working alongside highly experienced professionals that can support you to grow and develop professionally. Opportunities to work nationally across a range of sectors on diverse and technically challenging projects. A workplace culture of learning and personal development, with a mix of in-house and externally hosted training opportunities offered as well as mentorship. Established and well-considered wellbeing tools and initiatives and hands-on training. A competitive salary based on skills and experience. Diversity and Inclusion: Our vision is to make a difference for our clients, our people, and the world around us. We rely on the diversity and unique experiences that each of our employees bring to deliver on this vision. We are an equal opportunity employer, and we value diversity in the workplace. Our team is privileged to work closely with Indigenous communities across the nation, and we are actively progressing, as a team, the commitments we have made in our own Reconciliation Action Plan. We encourage applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples. We support and promote a family-friendly working environment, and we offer a range of family-friendly work practices that allow our team members to balance their work commitments with their family responsibilities. This includes flexible work arrangements, paid parental leave and additional MeDays, as well as a range of established and well-considered wellbeing tools and initiatives. Join our team: If you believe you meet the criteria apply via the link. Your application should include a covering letter addressing how you meet the above essential criteria and your CV outlining your previous experience. Applications close 5 February 2024; however, we will be interviewing suitable candidates as soon as they are identified and may fill the role prior to this date. We therefore request that you make your application for this role as soon as possible. If you would like additional assistance through the recruitment process, please reach out to our friendly HR team at HRManagementumwelt.com.au . To be eligible for this position you must have unrestricted legal work rights to work in Australia. Role Type: On-site • Contract • Full-time • Professional Company Overview J-18808-Ljbffr • Fri, 01 MarUmwelt
Senior Environmental Consultant » The Rocks, Sydney - Description Do you want to be part of a workplace that provides: Opportunity to work with a highly skilled team National environmental and social consulting service provider One of Australia’s largest employee-owned environmental consultancies Strong organisational values About the Opportunity Working as part of our NSW Environmental Management Team, this position will complete a wide range of interesting and challenging environmental management projects, with a focus on Infrastructure and renewables, government, resources and with the opportunity to also work across other sectors including Defence. The Role will focus on a range of services including, but not limited to, environmental management and compliance, on-site environmental advice, ESG and sustainability, closure and rehabilitation, environmental permitting and assessment, management of specialist technical studies and consultation programs. The position includes scoping, planning, managing and actively completing projects and leading a team to deliver for our clients. Working as part of our strong team will provide opportunities for you to learn and develop your skills, and to teach through delegation and providing support and guidance. About you We are looking for a motivated and enthusiastic Environmental Professionals who has: A degree in Environmental Science, Planning or Natural Resources Management Relevant project experience, particularly related to environmental management, compliance, on-site environmental advice, environmental report and/or sustainability projects Ideally 6 years experience for the role Strong people focus including being someone who enjoys working as part of a collaborative team within a national consulting firm Strong verbal and written communication skills with the ability to effectively communicate with people at all levels in both technical and non-technical environments An ability to develop and maintain positive relationships with a range of stakeholders including clients, government agencies and councils A high level of motivation and self-direction Current drivers license About Umwelt With three decades of experience and eight locations nationwide, we are a team of vibrant professionals collaborating with clients across a range of sectors including renewables, infrastructure, defence, regulation and policy, resources, and urban development. We provide fully integrated environmental and social assessment and management services including concept and feasibility, technical assessment, consultation, approvals, delivery, operations, and decommissioning. At Umwelt, workplace culture is paramount. Our people are our most important asset, and we are committed to providing a workplace that supports our team to grow with a collaborative and supportive environment and engaging project opportunities. Continue to expand your career with a company that inspires and empowers you to deliver your best work so you can evolve, grow, and succeed as part of a consultancy that puts its people first. What we offer Our people are our number one asset, and we are committed to providing a workplace that supports our team to grow. As part of our team, you will be offered: MeDays – an Umwelt wellbeing initiative that offers staff an additional day of paid leave per month (up to 12 days per year for FTE as per the MeDay guideline) to support mental health and wellbeing Flexible work arrangements to support a work/life balance A role working alongside highly experienced professionals that can support you to grow and develop professionally Opportunities to work nationally across a range of sectors on diverse and technically challenging projects Opportunity to join the companies Employee Share Plan (ESP) Paid parental leave for both primary and secondary carers Diversity and Inclusion Our vision is to make a difference for our clients, our people, and the world around us. We rely on the diversity and unique experiences that each of our employees bring to deliver on this vision. We are an equal opportunity employer, and we value diversity in the workplace. Our team is privileged to work closely with Indigenous communities across the nation, and we are actively progressing, as a team, the commitments we have made in our own Reconciliation Action Plan. We strongly encourage applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples. We support and promote a family-friendly working environment, and we offer a range of family-friendly work practices that allow our team members to balance their work commitments with their family responsibilities. This includes flexible work arrangements, paid parental leave and additional MeDays, as well as a range of established and well considered wellbeing tools and initiatives. If you would like additional assistance through the recruitment process, please reach out to our friendly HR team at HRManagementumwelt.com.au Join the Umwelt Team If you believe you meet the criteria for this opportunity, please apply via SEEK. Your application should include a Cover Letter addressing how you meet the above criteria and your Resume outlining your previous experience. Applications close 1 March 2024; however, we will be interviewing suitable candidates as soon as they are identified and may fill the role prior to this date. We therefore request that you make your application for this role as soon as possible. To be eligible for this position you must have legal work rights to work in Australia. Role Type: Hybrid • Permanent • Full-time • Senior Company Overview J-18808-Ljbffr • Fri, 01 MarUmwelt
Chief Executive Officer » Murgon, South Burnett Area - Cherbourg Regional Aboriginal and Islander Community Controlled Health Services Cherbourg, Toowoomba & Darling Downs QLD The Chief Executive Officer of CRAICCHS is responsible for ensuring the achievement of our primary goal and purpose of providing high quality holistic social, health and wellbeing programs to empower and strengthen Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander individuals, families and communities of Cherbourg and the South Burnett region. The full-time position will be based in Cherbourg (with travel throughout the region to our other clinics) and will report directly to the Board of Directors. The Benefits: 12% superannuation. Competitive salary sacrificing opportunities. Full-time position. Pay rate that will recognise the qualifications and experience held by the successful applicant. Opportunities for further study and advancement. Relocation allowance available if relevant. Regional location. Participation in health and well-being initiatives. A supportive work environment. About CRAICCHS: Cherbourg Regional Aboriginal and Islander Community Controlled Health Service (CRAICCHS) is an Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Community Organisation. CRAICCHS objective is to provide increased access to quality primary health care, social and emotional wellbeing services to the Communities in the South Burnett and Cherbourg regions. Key Duties: Be passionate about provision of health initiatives, and drive programs to improve the health and wellbeing of the Cherbourg and South Burnett communities. Take direction from the Board of Directors and transform it into operational excellence through development and implementation of CRAICCHS strategic plan. Provide high level quality advice to the Board of Directors regarding operational matters, policy and planning. Have a firm grasp of funding compliance and governance frameworks to ensure responsible, accurate and timely reporting. A strong leadership approach, handling people management by leading by example, driving accountability, and encouraging the development of employees and community members. Network with other health providers of the region to find linkages and ways to enhance service to the community and to build the reputation and profile of CRAICCHS within the sector. Be the head and face of CRAICCHS, embodying our values of respect for culture, equality, honesty, integrity, courage and privacy. Key Requirements: Applicants will be able to demonstrate: Appropriate tertiary qualifications in health, business, social services or management and/or equivalent relevant experience working for an indigenous health service. Experience working with and for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities, with a respect for culture, community and country. Experience in a senior management position in a comparable industry, such as in a not-for-profit, community, government or private sector organisation. Commitment to ongoing professional development and continuous improvement practices. High level communication skills with a demonstrated ability to effectively engage and communicate sensitively with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, people with disability, those with diverse characteristics and life experiences, and health professionals at all levels. High level of business acumen with the ability to think strategically, undertake financial management and project management, whilst making informed and timely decisions. Demonstrated competence in the use of business technology, software and databases in both the business and clinical areas. Have received at least two (2) COVID-19 vaccinations and provide proof of vaccination. Current Blue Card (Working with Children Check), or eligibility to obtain a Blue Card. Current C Class Drivers Licence (Qld). National Police Check. The Hours: Regular hours are 8.00am to 5.00pm Monday to Thursday and 8.00am to 3.00pm Friday. The CEO will need to be available as needed for the business outside of these hours and the salary package will suitably compensate for this. Applications: Applications should include a current resume and a cover letter addressing the key requirements and why you are interested in working for CRAICCHS, submitted directly via Seek. Enquiries: Enquiries may be directed to CRAICCHS HR, Risk & Compliance Manager - Julianne Hansen on 07 4169 8600 . Your application will include the following questions: Which of the following statements best describes your right to work in Australia? Do you have a current Australian driver's licence? Do you have a current Working With Children (WWC) Check? Report this job advert Don’t provide your bank or credit card details when applying for jobs. What can I earn as a Chief Executive Officer J-18808-Ljbffr • Fri, 01 MarCherbourg Regional Aboriginal and Islander Community Controlled Health Services
Practice Leader The Orange Door - Children and Young Person's » Dunnstown, Moorabool Area - Join The Orange Door, Werribee and provide expert practice leadership Lead, train, educate and consult across multiple agencies Training, development and career stability at The Orange Door Werribee Your role: Within The Orange Door network, the Children and Young Person’s Practice Leader is a practice leadership position. The Orange Door service model recognises the safety of infants, children and young people as an inalienable right, distinct from their parents or guardians, and that each infant, child and young person has unique needs that will be assessed individually. The Children and Young Person’s Practice Leader will hold responsibility for providing expert practice leadership on engaging children and young people, assessing risk and needs for the infant, child, young person and family, and supporting interventions for infants, children and young people impacted by family violence and/or experiencing vulnerabilities due to other factors. For more specific information about the program, position, key responsibilities and key selection criteria. Please view the positions description available here: Advanced Practice Leader - Children and Young People PD TOD M AW8 052023 V1.2 (2).pdf What we are looking for Expertise and knowledge required include: Demonstrated experience working with children and young people in a family violence context. A strong knowledge and understanding of the drivers/causes of family violence and child and family vulnerability, as well as the child and family services and/or broader social services sector and their fundamental practices and theories is required. Demonstrated experience in leading practice within complex service delivery contexts, particularly multi-disciplinary and multi-agency approaches to the provision of services to vulnerable children, families and diverse communities is required The role of the Integrated Practice Leader requires specialist knowledge and skills and someone who can: Bring expert knowledge and experience in clinical and social services management to lead best practice in the areas of family violence, child development, attachment and trauma theories as well as an understanding of the law and legal system in the context of responding to family violence and vulnerable children and families. Work collaboratively in an integrated team, drive cultural change, inspire positive practice cultures and support a large and varied integrated team of professionals Manage, build and maintain strong key stakeholder relationships Identify and manage obstacles and opportunities for development in the internal and external environment Effectively self manage behaviour and maintain and foster a culture of resilience Qualifications Professional clinical experience and relevant qualification(s) in social work, psychology or a related discipline is essential. What you need to know A salary at SCHCADS level 8 which equates to $125,000 plus super at full time. Based at Werribee. Full time ongoing role. Access to discounted health insurance, free Employee Assistance, Salary Packaging and a range of other employment benefits supporting your physical and mental health. Working hours are 9am-5pm Monday to Friday on site which is great for work life balance. We are involved across multiple Orange Door Hubs. You can draw upon the experience of others to set you up for success. What our people say- “AV is an organisation where if you want to challenge yourself or explore opportunities, you don’t have to leave to do that. There are so many great people, programs and services, so it’s an organisation where you have great conditions for growth and development”. Ready to take the next step A mandatory minimum qualification policy will apply to specialist family violence practitioners who enter the workforce from 1 July 2021. All applications are welcome and there are personalised pathways to employment based on whether you: hold a Bachelor of Social Work or equivalent qualification, or Are working towards or can meet the new mandatory minimum qualification policy requirement via one of the available employment pathways. For relevant specialist family violence roles, applicants are asked to please complete the Candidate Questionnaire and the Mandatory Minimum Qualifications Equivalency Self-Assessment (you can download both below) and submit with your application. You will submit these documents under key selection criteria and other documents along with you resume. Rec 209 - Candidate Questionaire Rec 209 - Qualifications Self-Assessment Form To apply for this position please click "Apply Now" , you will be taken to our careers page to apply. You will also be requested to attach your resume and cover letter that describes your motivation to apply for this role and any skills and experience relevant to the role. If shortlisted we will then ask you to address some Key Selection Criteria. For further enquiries contact Kerry Simpson via email at kerry.simpsonanglicarevic.org.au to arrange a time to discuss the role in more detail or ask any specific questions you might have. Please Note: It is mandatory for the successful applicant to hold a current Working with Children Check and be prepared to undergo a National Criminal History Check prior to commencement. Anglicare Victoria acknowledges Aboriginal people as the traditional custodians of the land on which we operate. We commit to working respectfully to honour their ongoing cultural and spiritual connections to this country. Diversity and inclusivity are important to Anglicare Victoria and we are committed to ensuring our workplace and services reflect this. Everyone is welcome at Anglicare Victoria, regardless of age, ethnicity, cultural background, gender, sexual orientation, religious affiliation and physical ability. J-18808-Ljbffr • Fri, 01 MarBehaviour Support
Home Care Coordinator (chinese/vietnamese Speaking) » Mackay Region, Queensland - Alpha Omega Aged Care and Disability Services - Cabramatta, NSW Voluntary, Charity & Social Work Source: uWorkin JOB DESCRIPTION diverse working culture, learning and development, competitive salary diverse working culture, learning and development, competitive salary Alpha Omega Management Consulting Pty Ltd is looking for a full-time Chinese/Vietnamese speaking care coordinator to work for the home care (aged care) sector. The role is based on-site in Cabramatta Office with home visits to clients. The Care Coordinator is responsible for the provision of high-quality client services through assessment, referral, monitoring and service coordination and in liaison with other team leaders as appropriate, in area of responsibility. This may be achieved through visiting clients at their home, developing a care plan and implementing service delivery. Job description: Provide care coordination services management: intake, service (and risk) assessment, reviews, service transfer and coordination of direct support activities (working with Client Scheduling Officer) and excellent understanding customer’s monthly statement. Participate in company after hours programs. Working with customers, their supports and other providers (e.g. LAC, ACAT), contractors and subcontractors to achieve their goals in line with their individual plans. Maintain accurate and up to date case notes on client progress on the CRM system. Maintain an up-to-date knowledge of local services and pathways that customers can access and current sector systems and practices. Facilitate care worker support and supervision including accurate documentation, reviewing their progress notes and record keeping. Maintain internal filing, including accurate client documentation and other miscellaneous filing. Complying with all relevant legislation. Support other team members and the team leaders when required. To be successful in this role, desirably you meet the following criteria. Ability to speak fluently English and Chinese/Vietnamese is advantageous. Formal qualification in community services, case management, social work or equivalent discipline. Experienced in aged care (home care) field (desirable). Committed to providing exceptional customer service across all channels – written, phone and face to face. Ability to communicate clearly and concisely , varying communication style depending upon the audience. Excellent attention to detail and written skills when communicating with others, both internally and externally. Willingness to assist and support others as required and get on with team members. Positive approach to change (essential). Full driver licence, and accessible to a vehicle. Current valid police check or willing to obtain it as a pre employment requisite. Great use of Google Workspace, Word, Excel and willing to learn new software application (such as Visual Care). Alpha Omega Management Consulting Pty Ltd is a customer focused approved home care and disability service provider, currently based in Sydney providing care services to all NSW, Victoria, South Australia and Queensland. We pride ourselves on being personalised, compassionate, and ethical when caring for your loved ones. If you are interested in this job and meet job requirements, please send your most updated resume on here. We will conduct interviews as soon as you are shortlisted. Application deadline: 20/03/2024. Alpha Omega Aged Care and Disability Services Promote local employment to your region, community or member organisation with a uWorkin Talent Community. Find out more . J-18808-Ljbffr • Fri, 01 MarOnline Courses Australia Pty
Senior Environmental Consultant, NSW » The Hill, Newcastle Area - Newcastle, New South Wales 2300, Australia • Full-time Description Do you want to be part of a workplace that provides: Opportunity to work with a highly skilled team National environmental and social consulting service provider One of Australia’s largest employee-owned environmental consultancies Strong organisational values About the Opportunity Working as part of our NSW Environmental Management Team, this position will complete a wide range of interesting and challenging environmental management projects , with a focus on Infrastructure and renewables, government, resources and with the opportunity to also work across other sectors including Defence. The Role will focus on a range of services including, but not limited to, environmental management and compliance, on-site environmental advice, ESG and sustainability, closure and rehabilitation, environmental permitting and assessment, management of specialist technical studies and consultation programs. The position includes scoping, planning, managing and actively completing projects and leading a team to deliver for our clients. Working as part of our strong team will provide opportunities for you to learn and develop your skills, and to teach through delegation and providing support and guidance. Our ideal candidate for this position has experience as an environmental consultant or having exposure to site-based environmental management roles. About you We are looking for a motivated and enthusiastic Environmental Professionals who has: A degree in Environmental Science, Planning or Natural Resources Management Relevant project experience, particularly related to environmental management, compliance, on-site environmental advice, environmental report and/or sustainability projects. Ideally 6 years experience for the role. Strong people focus including being someone who enjoys working as part of a collaborative team within a national consulting firm Strong verbal and written communication skills with the ability to effectively communicate with people at all levels in both technical and non-technical environments An ability to develop and maintain positive relationships with a range of stakeholders including clients, government agencies and councils. A high level of motivation and self-direction Desirably, applicants will also have experience working on SSD and SSI projects in the resources, renewables and/or infrastructure sectors. About Umwelt With three decades of experience and eight locations nationwide, we are a team of vibrant professionals collaborating with clients across a range of sectors including renewables, infrastructure, defence, regulation and policy, resources, and urban development. We provide fully integrated environmental and social assessment and management services including concept and feasibility, technical assessment, consultation, approvals, delivery, operations, and decommissioning. At Umwelt, workplace culture is paramount. Our people are our most important asset, and we are committed to providing a workplace that supports our team to grow with a collaborative and supportive environment and engaging project opportunities. Continue to expand your career with a company that inspires and empowers you to deliver your best work so you can evolve, grow, and succeed as part of a consultancy that puts its people first. What we offer Our people are our number one asset, and we are committed to providing a workplace that supports our team to grow. As part of our team, you will be offered: MeDays – an Umwelt wellbeing initiative that offers staff an additional day of paid leave per month (up to 12 days per year for FTE as per the MeDay guideline) to support mental health and wellbeing. Flexible work arrangements to support a work/life balance. A role working alongside highly experienced professionals that can support you to grow and develop professionally. Opportunities to work nationally across a range of sectors on diverse and technically challenging projects. Opportunity to join the companies Employee Share Plan (ESP). Paid parental leave for both primary and secondary carers. Diversity and Inclusion Our vision is to make a difference for our clients, our people, and the world around us. We rely on the diversity and unique experiences that each of our employees bring to deliver on this vision. We are an equal opportunity employer, and we value diversity in the workplace. Our team is privileged to work closely with Indigenous communities across the nation, and we are actively progressing, as a team, the commitments we have made in our own Reconciliation Action Plan. We strongly encourage applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples. We support and promote a family-friendly working environment, and we offer a range of family-friendly work practices that allow our team members to balance their work commitments with their family responsibilities. This includes flexible work arrangements, paid parental leave and additional MeDays, as well as a range of established and well considered wellbeing tools and initiatives. If you would like additional assistance through the recruitment process, please reach out to our friendly HR team at HRManagementumwelt.com.au Join the Umwelt Team If you believe you meet the criteria for this opportunity, please apply via SEEK. Your application should include a Cover Letter addressing how you meet the above criteria and your Resume outlining your previous experience. Applications close 1 March 2024, however, we will be interviewing suitable candidates as soon as they are identified and may fill the role prior to this date. We therefore request that you make your application for this role as soon as possible. To be eligible for this position you must have legal work rights to work in Australia. J-18808-Ljbffr • Fri, 01 MarUmwelt Australia Pty Limited
General Manager » Australia - Roseberry Qld (RQ)has been supporting people of the Central Queensland community (and beyond) since its inception in 1986. Starting with a youth shelter in Roseberry St, Gladstone, it has grown to a team of 70 staff, offering a broad array of services directed toward improving the lives of vulnerable people in their community. Taking a holistic approach RQ focuses on developing and delivering services and programs that deliver on key factors that influence youth social development. These are early intervention services, alternative education pathways, supported vocational services, access to clinical and health professionals, safe and secure housing, crisis intervention, family and parenting support programs. The RQ model focuses on addressing all factors that impact on a persons’ ability to lead a healthy, vibrant, and productive life. The position Reporting to the Board of Directors, the General Manager is responsible for all operational activity that aligns with the strategic goals and objectives of the organisation. As strategic leader the General Manager is accountable for relationship and stakeholder management with clients and community, generating new opportunities, increasing staff productivity, improving service delivery and ensuring sustainability of the organisation. About you To be successful in this role you must demonstrate: Exceptional leadership skills, proven through the development of high-performance teams; Superior operational experience demonstrating strong business acumen and entrepreneurial spirit through optimising existing revenue and developing new revenue streams; Self-motivation and results-driven expertise in general management combined with an appetite for growth; Knowledge and experience in affordable housing and clinical services would be highly advantageous; Proven expertise working with diverse communities and advocating for change at local, state and federal government levels; Experience building sustainable relationships with diverse stakeholders, including board members, government representatives, partner organisations and community while being well-networked in the social services sector; and Superior HR, financial management and governance skills. Roseberry Qld has offices in Gladstone and Rockhampton and while this role is ideally based in Gladstone, Rockhampton will also be considered. Travel between both offices and other parts of Central Queensland is required. Apply now to embark on a fulfilling journey with us J-18808-Ljbffr • Fri, 01 MarRoseberry
Principal Environmental Consultant, NSW » The Rocks, Sydney - Description Do you want to be part of a workplace that provides: Opportunity to work with a highly skilled team National environmental and social consulting service provider One of Australia’s largest employee-owned environmental consultancies Strong organisational values About the Opportunity Working as part of our NSW Environmental Management Team, this position will lead project teams to deliver a wide range of interesting and challenging environmental management projects, with a focus on Infrastructure and renewables, government, resources and with the opportunity to also work across other sectors including Defence. The role can be tailored to the specific skills of the successful applicant and will include focus on a range of services including, but not limited to, environmental management and compliance, government policy development / advisory services, ESG and sustainability and management of specialist technical studies and consultation programs. Working as part of our strong team will provide opportunities for you to learn and develop your skills, and to teach through delegation and providing support and guidance. Our ideal candidate for this position has experience as a Principal Environmental Consultant, Technical Lead or Environmental Manager with experience in site-based environmental management roles. About you We are looking for a motivated and enthusiastic Environmental Professional who has: A degree in Environmental Science or Natural Resources Management A degree in Environmental Science or Natural Resources Management Extensive project experience, particularly related to the provision of environmental management, sustainability and environmental compliance advice, and delivery of related projects. Strong people focus and leadership approach, with the ability to balance client, employee, business, and operational needs to deliver high value sustainable outcomes. Excellent verbal and written communication skills with the ability to effectively collaborate with people at all levels in both technical and non-technical environments. An ability to develop and maintain positive relationships with a range of stakeholders including clients, government agencies and the community. A high level of motivation and self-direction. About Umwelt With three decades of experience and eight locations nationwide, we are a team of vibrant professionals collaborating with clients across a range of sectors including renewables, infrastructure, defence, regulation and policy, resources, and urban development. We provide fully integrated environmental and social assessment and management services including concept and feasibility, technical assessment, consultation, approvals, delivery, operations, and decommissioning. At Umwelt, workplace culture is paramount. Our people are our most important asset, and we are committed to providing a workplace that supports our team to grow with a collaborative and supportive environment and engaging project opportunities. Continue to expand your career with a company that inspires and empowers you to deliver your best work so you can evolve, grow, and succeed as part of a consultancy that puts its people first. What we offer Our people are our number one asset, and we are committed to providing a workplace that supports our team to grow. As part of our team, you will be offered: MeDays – an Umwelt wellbeing initiative that offers staff an additional day of paid leave per month (up to 12 days per year for FTE as per the MeDay guideline) to support mental health and wellbeing. Flexible work arrangements to support a work/life balance. A role working alongside highly experienced professionals that can support you to grow and develop professionally. Opportunities to work nationally across a range of sectors on diverse and technically challenging projects. Opportunity to join the companies Employee Share Plan (ESP). Paid parental leave for both primary and secondary carers. Diversity and Inclusion Our vision is to make a difference for our clients, our people, and the world around us. We rely on the diversity and unique experiences that each of our employees bring to deliver on this vision. We are an equal opportunity employer, and we value diversity in the workplace. Our team is privileged to work closely with Indigenous communities across the nation, and we are actively progressing, as a team, the commitments we have made in our own Reconciliation Action Plan. We strongly encourage applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples. We support and promote a family-friendly working environment, and we offer a range of family-friendly work practices that allow our team members to balance their work commitments with their family responsibilities. This includes flexible work arrangements, paid parental leave and additional MeDays, as well as a range of established and well considered wellbeing tools and initiatives. If you would like additional assistance through the recruitment process, please reach out to our friendly HR team at HRManagementumwelt.com.au Join the Umwelt Team If you believe you meet the criteria for this opportunity, please apply via SEEK. Your application should include a Cover Letter addressing how you meet the above criteria and your Resume outlining your previous experience. Applications close 1 March 2024; however, we will be interviewing suitable candidates as soon as they are identified and may fill the role prior to this date. We therefore request that you make your application for this role as soon as possible. To be eligible for this position you must have legal work rights to work in Australia. Role Type J-18808-Ljbffr • Fri, 01 MarUmwelt Australia Pty Limited
Social worker Grade 5 Melbourne » Sydney, NSW - Grade 5 Social Work Manager - Melbourne Randstad is working exclusively with a client to recruit an experienced Grade... Senior Social Work Manager reports directly to the Director in charge of the unit and this role is responsible for the... • Fri, 01 MarRandstad$156000 per year
Risk and Quality Manager » Richmond North, Yarra Area - The Opportunity This exciting new role will lead quality improvement and risk management across our operations. Directly reporting to the CEO, the Risk and Quality Manager will ensure AccessHC maintains the highest service standards for our clients and communities, effectively manages risk, and has a culture of continuous quality improvement. This role would involve working across all sites and working from home as required. What you will be doing Key Responsibilities Lead risk and quality activities and planning in alignment with AccessHC's purpose, values and goals Provide supervision, support, and development to risk and quality team members Ensure AccessHC’s Risk Management Framework is embedded and risks are appropriately managed Lead organisational continuous improvement planning in response to consumer feedback, accreditation, and impact measurement activities Manage internal assurance, audit and investigation activities Oversee the development, review, and approval of policies and procedures Prepare high quality reports and insights on risk and quality for relevant stakeholders Collaborate with the Communications team to effectively promote risk and quality initiatives. What you will bring The skills and experience you will bring to this role as the successful candidate you will have: Key Selection Criteria Minimum 5 years of experience in health, mental health/AOD, or social care sectors Experience in leading or coordinating risk and quality functions in a complex operating environment Qualifications or training in risk, quality, or compliance management (desirable) Excellent communication skills, with ability to engage internal workforce, operational leaders and key external stakeholders and partners Proficiency in legislative and regulatory requirements for health and social services Excellent organisation, time management, analytical, and problem-solving skills Attributes Strong personal commitment to the vision and values of Access Health and Community Demonstrated ability to build and maintain an engaged and positive team culture Demonstrated ability to lead change within a complex operating environment High levels of financial acumen Analytical and problem solving and project management skills Experienced in Board and audit presentations Excellent communication and interpersonal skills, with the ability to influence and build trusting relationships with key stakeholders Access Health and Community Culture and Benefits At AccessHC, we offer more than just a fulfilling career; we invest in our people and provide an environment where you can thrive in a culture of collaboration and support. Our team members share commitment and passion to make a positive impact and this ethos creates a range of benefits for our people from opportunities for personal and professional growth to a sense of purpose and belonging. Our culture promotes an environment of success and fulfilment. Join us and experience a career where you truly make a difference. The position encompasses an extensive range of benefits: Supportive and values based culture and engaged workforce Culture of trust and empowerment for people to grow and thrive Commitment to a work-life balance with flexible working conditions Focus on staff wellbeing and health - Employee Assistance Program (EAP) Commitment to ongoing professional development and career growth Paid parental leave and opportunity to purchase additional leave Annual leave loading Generous salary packaging opportunities (up to $15,990 per annum $2,650 meals/ Entertainment expenses) Read more about our culture and benefits: https://accesshc.org.au/culture-and-benefits Apply Now Submit your application including your resume and cover letter addressing the selection criteria. Please refer to the position description on our website for the key selection criteria information: https://accesshc.org.au/careers/ Please email: Talent Acquisition Lead, Lesley Weymouth-Wilson: L.Weymouth-Wilsonaccesshc.org.au if you would like further information about the role. We will be reviewing applications as they are submitted and may appoint the role before the end of date of the advertisement. Applications close date: 17th March 2024 Access Health and Community (AccessHC) is a Child Safe Organisation that values inclusivity and diversity. We encourage applications from people with disabilities, those with lived experience of mental health and/or alcohol and other drugs (AOD) challenges, and those with diverse genders and sexualities. At AccessHC, our vision for reconciliation is an Australia where Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples experience equitable health and social outcomes. Our Reflect Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP) will contribute to achieving reconciliation. We will seek an understanding of and acknowledging histories and injustices, support the active expression of culture, build strong, trusting relationships, and apply culturally appropriate practices within our work. We will work in partnership with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples to create a welcoming and safe place for everyone at our services. AccessHC acknowledges the Wurundjeri Woi-wurrung people, who are the Traditional Owners of the land on which we work. We pay our respects to Wurundjeri Elders past, present, and future, and extend that respect to other Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people and we acknowledge that sovereignty was never ceded. As a vaccine positive organisation, we encourage COVID-19 vaccinations and require successful applicants to undergo a NDIS Check, Working With Children Check, Police Check and potentially an International Check. • Fri, 01 MarAccess Health and Community
Social worker Grade 5 Melbourne » Hobart, TAS - Grade 5 Social Work Manager - Melbourne Randstad is working exclusively with a client to recruit an experienced Grade... Senior Social Work Manager reports directly to the Director in charge of the unit and this role is responsible for the... • Fri, 01 MarRandstad$156000 per year
Social Worker - GEM at Home » Adelaide, SA - ) AHP2 | Full Time, Ongoing Are you a Social Worker looking to make a difference in Southern Adelaide's local community...? This social work position is based at the Repat Health Precinct, and involves working within Community GEM, a case management... • Fri, 01 MarSA Health$86950 - 100729 per year
Social Worker » Adelaide, SA - . What To Know More? Contact: Nicole Dry, Ambulatory Allied Health Service Manager, on 0437 425 601 or Application... Ambulatory Allied Health Service are looking for their next Social Worker to join their busy and rewarding team. Recruitment... • Fri, 01 MarSA Health$86950 - 100729 per year
Social worker Grade 5 Melbourne » Melbourne, VIC - Grade 5 Social Work Manager - Melbourne Randstad is working exclusively with a client to recruit an experienced Grade... Senior Social Work Manager reports directly to the Director in charge of the unit and this role is responsible for the... • Fri, 01 MarRandstad$158000 per year
Social & Web Digital Copywriter » Australia - Why Work at Lenovo We are Lenovo. We do what we say. We own what we do. We WOW our customers. Lenovo is a US$62 billion revenue global technology powerhouse, ranked 171 in the Fortune Global 500, employing 77,000 people around the world, and serving millions of customers every day in 180 markets. Focused on a bold vision to deliver smarter technology for all, Lenovo has built on its success as the world’s largest PC company by further expanding into growth areas that fuel the advancement of ‘New IT’ technologies (client, edge, cloud, network, and intelligence) including server, storage, mobile, software, solutions, and services. This transformation together with Lenovo’s world-changing innovation is building a more inclusive, trustworthy, and smarter future for everyone, everywhere. To find out more visit https://www.lenovo.com, and read about the latest news via our StoryHub. Description and Requirements Overview: The Social & Web Digital Copywriter will plan, create, and organize creative and copy for Motorola’s global facets in web, social, and CRM activities in a fast-paced, matrix environment. The Copywriter reports to the Global Digital Experience Content Manager and will work closely with project managers, cross-functional stakeholders, content developers, publishers, PR, legal, brand, and other stakeholders to ensure that all content is brand appropriate, aligned with global direction, and approved by the necessary stakeholders. The ideal candidate can demonstrate proven success in the responsibilities and specific knowledge/skills listed in this job description. What You'll Do: Identify content needs and recommend solutions to support day-to-day publishing priorities, such as product launches, promotions, etc., as well as larger projects. Create nimble and clever copy across our global social channels for an international audience. Push our product copy on digital platforms to hit home with customers across every stage of the product purchasing journey. Help manage an editorial calendar, incorporating promotions, product announcements, PR events, sales goals, and customer needs. Plan and help develop content to support the calendar. Ensure the right words and content appear at the right time in the user experience, accounting for demographics, buyer personas, and other factors. Write copy for the website so it's appropriate for user needs, from marketing to UI copy. (This could include writing for the homepage, product pages, promotions, or shopping cart.) Work closely with internal teams and partner agencies to obtain web, social, CRM and managed services assets to meet deadlines for product launches, promotions and other activities. Ensure Motorola brand voice and tone guidelines are applied and consistent across the content localization process. Basic Job Requirements: · Bachelors degree · 3-5 years of Digital Marketing experience. · Experience writing for and best practices of different social media platforms i.e. Instagram, Facebook, Twitter/X, LinkedIn etc. · Experience creating content across different digital platforms. · Strong writing and editing skills. · Experience with project management tools like Monday.com. · Experience with SEO best practices as it pertains to web and digital assets. · Basic knowledge of Google Analytics and other web analytics platforms. · Strong PowerPoint & presentation skills. Preferred Job Requirements: · Ability to juggle multiple projects, with good time management skills. · Comfortable working with multiple teams, including PR, Brand, Legal, IT, Support and outside vendors and agencies when necessary. · Able to adapt to Motorola’s Voice & Tone guidelines and execute edits requested by multiple teams. · Ability to write copy that resonate with customers at emotional level. · Comfortable working a very fast-paced environment in a global role with different time zones. · Proactive and takes initiative and ownership in all work, including getting projects approved. · Ability to iterate and plan out ideas quickly. · Highly organized with an attention to detail. · Ability to meet deadlines while working independently. · The ability to wear different hats as it pertains to job responsibilities and day-to-day requests. We are an Equal Opportunity Employer and do not discriminate against any employee or applicant for employment because of race, color, sex, age, religion, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, status as a veteran, and basis of disability or any federal, state, or local protected class. Additional Locations : United States of America - Illinois - Chicago United States of America United States of America - Illinois United States of America - Illinois - Chicago Go back Apply If you require an accommodation to complete this application, please contact abilitylenovo.com • Fri, 01 MarLenovo
Marketing Manager - Westfield Mt Druitt » Sydney, Sydney Region - Our Story Scentre Group is the owner and operator of 42 Westfield living centres in Australia and New Zealand; partnering with the world’s leading retail and luxury brands to create a unique shopping and leisure experience for our customers. A career with us fosters the chance to be a part of a company that is transforming the digital and physical retail space. Every day, our people play a vital role in our purpose to ‘create extraordinary places, connecting and enriching communities.’ Your opportunity Our Marketing Team’s focus on delivering exceptional customer experiences every day - through assisting the Centre team to execute best-in-class activations and campaigns, partnering with retailers and connect with customers and the community. Your role as the Marketing Manager – Westfield Mt Druitt is to inspire and deliver exceptional customer experiences every day - by engaging and connecting with customers and the community, partnering with retailers, and using insights to influence key asset decisions. Day to day, your main responsibilities will include (but not be limited to) Develop the Centre’s Marketing Plan and oversee flawless execution of key marketing campaigns (including co-ordination of all stakeholders) Coach, lead and develop a small team. Manage the centre marketing budget. Lead Centre communications / content plan across owned, earnt and bought channels. Deliver an annual Centre event program. Lead and practice everyday innovation and thought leadership, identifying process improvement opportunities. Assisting retailer engagement through driving regular communication and gaining support via participation in promotional activities. Supporting PR opportunities, especially via local media relationships. Working effectively with agencies and external suppliers to deliver quality creative assets and services on time and on budget. Actively engaging and responding to new initiatives, looking for ways to make them work. Actively connecting and engaging with local community groups to foster relationships and opportunities. This is a Full-time opportunity, and as a part of our Asset Team, you will also have Duty Management responsibilities from time to time too, where you will be required to work a weekend shift (on a roster), which will be balanced with a day off in lieu. What will set you apart from the rest? You will be a confident and passionate self-motivated individual who enjoys working in a high performing culture. We are also looking for: Tertiary qualifications in Marketing/Business discipline Hands on Marketing Management experience and experience leading small teams. You will be a passionate, dynamic, self-motivated individual who enjoys working in a high performing culture. Skills – communication, brand management, customer experience/guest services, digital & social, media & PR, event management, research & analysis, negotiating. Understanding of consumer behaviour Attention to detail and excellence in execution. Ability to adapt to a 7 day a week dynamic environment – Including Duty Manager shifts. Someone with a passion for the retail sector What sets us apart from the rest? A collaborative, welcoming, inclusive, and supportive culture Life Leave – additional five days paid leave to use however you like on top of your four weeks annual leave. Diverse career paths - Opportunities to cross-skill and develop working with over 70 different professions within the team. Our diverse and inclusive workforce is not only something we are proud of, but something we’re committed to. We encourage and support our people to bring their ‘whole selves’ to work each and every day because we believe our differences contribute to our success and ensures a workforce that reflects the customers we serve, in the communities in which we operate. This commitment is backed by executive and employee-led working groups including LGBTI, gender equity, mental health & wellbeing, working flexibility, disability, and alongside other initiatives. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples are encouraged to apply. If this sounds like you, apply today to make extraordinary happen Should you have any questions, or want to discuss the role further, please reach out to Kylie Stephens, Talent Portfolio lead, on [email protected] • Thu, 29 FebScentre Group
Mental Health Clinician - Psychologist or Occupational Therapist or Social Worker or Clinical Nurse , Queensland Health » Townsville, QLD - Townsville Hospital and Health Service is the public healthcare provider for more than 250,000 people... Townsville Hospital and Health Service vision is world-class healthcare for northern Queensland. Our purpose is `great care... • Wed, 28 FebQueensland Government$76747 - 116332 per year
Head of Department - Domestic Violence Service - Health Clinician (Social Worker Lvl 5 | Senior Psychologist | Counsellor Lvl 5) - Perm FT » Sydney, NSW - Hoxton Park, NSW - Classification: Health Clinician Level 5 Remuneration: Dependent on Qualification Social Worker Level 5... across SWSLHD. You will have oversight of the operational and strategic running of the DFV service. Provide advise and feedback... • Tue, 27 FebNSW Health$126240 - 129309 per year
Senior Social Worker - Critical Care (IC » Royal Melbourne Hospital, VIC - Senior Social Worker – Grade 3 Critical Care – Trauma and Intensive Care Be part of the adult major trauma service... opportunities and access to specialist leaders. Your New Role Provide exemplary social work service and leadership... • Tue, 27 FebThe Royal Melbourne Hospital
Social Worker Grade 2 » Melbourne, VIC - . Engaging with St Vincent’s social work service structures to enhance best practice care. Current Victorian Driver’s License... an enthusiastic and motivated social worker to join our in-patient multidisciplinary team at Normanby Unit, St George’s campus in Kew... • Tue, 27 FebSt Vincent's Health Australia$86304 - 99210 per year
Social Worker Grade 2 » Ballarat, VIC - plus Social Work clinicians, providing opportunities for career progression. Our service includes Acute, Sub-Acute (Aged...’s most significant heritage buildings and natural landscapes. How to apply Click APPLY or contact Wendee Lovel, Deputy Manager Social... • Tue, 27 FebGrampians Health Ballarat
Practice Development Lead » Melbourne, Melbourne Region - About the role As a relief role due to parental leave, this is an exciting opportunity to work with Health Justice Australia to support the practice development of our national network of health justice practitioners and services. Position reports to: Acting Partnerships Manager Employment status: Fixed term, 10-month contract Hours: Preferably 0.8 FTE to full-time, however applications indicating a preference to work fewer hours will be considered. Roles and responsibilities This key cross-organisational role will work within the Practice team to: Support the implementation of Health Justice Australia’s current strategy through the design, coordination and convening of existing HJP practitioner capability building activities Synthesise and translate research and practice evidence into existing HJP practitioner capability building activities Support discrete partnership brokerage activity, including the delivery of existing partnership workshops and the collection, analysis, synthesis and distribution of workshop outputs Triage practice related enquiries and provide discrete partnership and practice support to HJP practitioners Gather lessons and practice evidence from HJP to inform and contribute to Health Justice Australia’s research and policy activity and broader strategy for impact Support the proactive engagement of health, community and social service practitioners and managers in the National HJP Practitioner Network Represent Health Justice Australia at networks, events and forums across the health, justice and related sectors as required and commensurate to the role of Practice Development Lead Actively participate in internal strategy and organisational development activity as required Support the work of Health Justice Australia towards its impact through other duties as required Essential criteria: Demonstrated experience in supporting and developing partnerships or collaborations in complex and challenging environments High-level communication, stakeholder engagement, coaching and mentoring, and relationship management skills, including experience in convening, navigating and negotiating with multiple organisations and professional groups or stakeholders Demonstrated experience in developing and implementing processes, resources and activities designed to build the capability of frontline practitioners and their leaders Experience in implementing projects and workplans, including contributing to the development of project plans and bringing a project to fruition within the agreed timeframe and budget Excellent communication skills, both written and verbal Knowledge of professional practice in the areas of health and human services broadly (for example, community legal assistance, primary health care, public health or social services), including an awareness of basic motivations and barriers to building partnerships to address complex need Entrepreneurial thinking, high level analytical and problem-solving skills and curiosity to identify and apply innovative or creative solutions Commitment to the values of social justice, improving health and reducing legal need particularly for communities experiencing disadvantage Tertiary qualifications and minimum experience of 3 years in a related discipline e.g. community development, human-centred design, health, law, social services or social policy Desirable criteria: Experience using programs, software and platforms such as SharePoint, Salesforce, Microsoft Teams, Miro and Monday.com Experience in knowledge translation to inform policy and practice Organisational relationships Works within Practice team Supervised by the Acting Partnerships Manager Works in close collaboration with Health Justice Australia’s national network of health justice partnership practitioners. Position Description : Practice Development Lead PD Feb 2024 (3) Email hrhealthjustice.org.au with ‘HJA Practice Development Lead’ as the subject. Application should include a letter outlining your interest & experience as it relates to the essential and desirable criteria (3 pg max) & CV (3 pg max) PBA3 Please quote in application: Practice Development Lead via Pro Bono Australia. Profession: Advocacy, Management, Policy_and_Research, Program_Coordination_and_Management, Project_Management, Social_and_Support_Work Sector: Community_Development, Law_Justice_and_Human_Rights, Social_Enterprise • Tue, 27 FebHealth Justice Australia
Social Worker (Grade 1) - Monash at Home » Monash, VIC - Position Details Reference Number 65349 Position Title Social Worker (Grade 1) - Monash at Home - Aged... and opportunities for professional development Monash at Home - Social Worker - Grade 1 (Full-time Ongoing Position) Working in... • Mon, 26 FebMonash Health
Social Worker (Grade 2) - Victorian Hear » Victoria - state-of-the are Victorian Heart Hospital Join the largest healthcare service in Victoria Grow your Social Work Career... at Monash Health’s first ever Heart Hospital Monash Health Social Work Program The Social Work Service at Monash Health... • Mon, 26 FebMonash Health
Social Worker Grade 2 » Melbourne, VIC - Manager of Social Work, Music Therapy & Art Therapy. Applicants to this role should provide a covering letter and resume... for our patients. YOUR ROLE IN OUR FUTURE Grade 2 Social Worker - Casual Role. We are looking for an experienced health social... • Mon, 26 FebPeter MacCallum Cancer Centre
Senior Clinician - Clinical Engagement Mental Health Social and Emotional Well Being Team » Ringwood, VIC - Position Title Senior Clinician - Clinical Engagement Mental Health Social and Emotional Well Being Team Employment... Police Check. Position Summary Senior Clinician - Mental Health Social and Emotional Wellbeing (SEWB) Clinical Engagement... • Mon, 26 FebEastern Health
NDIS Support Coordinator » Parramatta, Parramatta Area - Be a driving force in empowering individuals with disabilities to build their capacity to achieve greater independence Due to ongoing growth, we are seeking passionate individuals to join a dynamic team as Support Coordinator to work for a purpose-led organisation committed to providing high quality support to individuals living with disability and their families through a range of services throughout Western Suburbs of Sydney. Make a Meaningful Impact Be a driving force in empowering individuals with disabilities to achieve their goals. Your role as a Support Coordinator is crucial in identifying their needs, developing personalised support plans, and maximising their independence. Join us in helping them achieve their goals and aspirations A day in the life of a Support Coordinator you will: Work closely with clients and their families to identify their needs and develop personalised care plans to ensure they are receiving best solutions and appropriate services. Oversee client plans and support and empower clients to understand their NDIS plans by promoting and fostering independent decision-making. Build clients' capacity to achieve greater independence to self-manage their services and supports in the longer term. Manage the reporting and documentation to ensure standards are adhered to ensuring full compliance within agreed timelines. Mandatory requirements: Relevant qualifications in community and social service management or equivalent. Minimum 2 years’ experience in a similar role. Well-developed IT skills, organised and self-motivated. Full working rights. Unrestricted NSW Driver’s licence. Current First Aid certificate, WWCC, NDIS Worker Check, National Police Check. Thrive in a Rewarding and Supportive Environment: Join a close-knit team dedicated to making a positive impact. Experience the satisfaction of your hard work shining through as you contribute a supportive environment where everyone can thrive and grow. Enjoy the flexibility of hybrid working arrangements designed to fit your lifestyle. Build meaningful connections with like-minded individuals who share your passion for serving others. If you're ready to embark on a fulfilling career path where your creativity, dedication, and compassion can flourish, we want to hear from you For more information, please contact us on claire-annberecruitment.com.au • Sat, 24 FebBe Recruitment
Social Worker Grade 2 - Cystic Fibrosis Service » Melbourne, VIC - Please ensure you address the Key Selection criteria in your application. Please contact Devereaux de Silva- Social work Manager... and community-based services. Permanent Position in the Cystic Fibrosis Service Full-Time at 80 hours per fortnight including... • Sat, 24 FebAlfred Health
Practice Leader The Orange Door (CY&P) » Werribee, Wyndham Area - Join The Orange Door, Werribee and provide expert practice leadership Lead, train, educate and consult across multiple agencies Training, development and career stability at The Orange Door Werribee Your role: Within The Orange Door network, the Children and Young Person’s Practice Leader is a practice leadership position. The Orange Door service model recognises the safety of infants, children and young people as an inalienable right, distinct from their parents or guardians, and that each infant, child and young person has unique needs that will be assessed individually. The Children and Young Person’s Practice Leader will hold responsibility for providing expert practice leadership on engaging children and young people, assessing risk and needs for the infant, child, young person and family, and supporting interventions for infants, children and young people impacted by family violence and/or experiencing vulnerabilities due to other factors. What we are looking for: Expertise and knowledge required include: Demonstrated experience working with children and young people in a family violence context. A strong knowledge and understanding of the drivers/causes of family violence and child and family vulnerability, as well as the child and family services and/or broader social services sector and their fundamental practices and theories is required. Demonstrated experience in leading practice within complex service delivery contexts, particularly multi-disciplinary and multi-agency approaches to the provision of services to vulnerable children, families and diverse communities is required The role of the Integrated Practice Leader requires specialist knowledge and skills and someone who can: Bring expert knowledge and experience in clinical and social services management to lead best practice in the areas of family violence, child development, attachment and trauma theories as well as an understanding of the law and legal system in the context of responding to family violence and vulnerable children and families. Work collaboratively in an integrated team, drive cultural change, inspire positive practice cultures and support a large and varied integrated team of professionals Manage, build and maintain strong key stakeholder relationships Identify and manage obstacles and opportunities for development in the internal and external environment Effectively self manage behaviour and maintain and foster a culture of resilience Qualifications Professional clinical experience and relevant qualification(s) in social work, psychology or a related discipline is essential. What you need to know: A salary at SCHCADS level 8 which equates to $125,000 plus super at full time. Based at Werribee. Full time ongoing role. Access to discounted health insurance, free Employee Assistance, Salary Packaging and a range of other employment benefits supporting your physical and mental health. Working hours are 9am-5pm Monday to Friday on site which is great for work life balance. We are involved across multiple Orange Door Hubs. You can draw upon the experience of others to set you up for success. What our people say- “AV is an organisation where if you want to challenge yourself or explore opportunities, you don’t have to leave to do that. There are so many great people, programs and services, so it’s an organisation where you have great conditions for growth and development”. Ready to take the next step: A mandatory minimum qualification policy will apply to specialist family violence practitioners who enter the workforce from 1 July 2021. All applications are welcome and there are personalised pathways to employment based on whether you: hold a Bachelor of Social Work or equivalent qualification, or Are working towards or can meet the new mandatory minimum qualification policy requirement via one of the available employment pathways. For relevant specialist family violence roles, applicants are asked to please complete the Candidate Questionnaire and the Mandatory Minimum Qualifications Equivalency Self-Assessment (you can download both below) and submit with your application. You will submit these documents under key selection criteria and other documents along with you resume. The closing date for applications is Monday 11th March To apply for this position please click apply wherever you see the advert, you will be taken to our careers page to apply. You will also be requested to attach your resume and cover letter that describes your motivation to apply for this role and any skills and experience relevant to the role. If shortlisted we will then ask you to address some Key Selection Criteria. For further enquiries contact Kerry Simpson via email at kerry.simpsonanglicarevic.org.au to arrange a time to discuss the role in more detail or ask any specific questions you might have. Please Note: It is mandatory for the successful applicant to hold a current Working with Children Check and be prepared to undergo a National Criminal History Check prior to commencement. Anglicare Victoria acknowledges Aboriginal people as the traditional custodians of the land on which we operate. We commit to working respectfully to honour their ongoing cultural and spiritual connections to this country. Diversity and inclusivity are important to Anglicare Victoria and we are committed to ensuring our workplace and services reflect this. Everyone is welcome at Anglicare Victoria, regardless of age, ethnicity, cultural background, gender, sexual orientation, religious affiliation and physical ability. • Sat, 24 FebAnglicare Victoria
Senior Officer - Job Support Hub » Boulder, Kalgoorlie Area - Job Number: JOB-3 Business Unit: Community Development - Job Support Hub Employment Status: Full Time, Fixed Term The City of Kalgoorlie-Boulder is seeking a Senior Officer - Job Support Hub to be part of a successful program in its maturity aimed at assisting people on welfare in accessing opportunities for career readiness, self-development, and financial literacy skills. The ideal candidate will relish the opportunity to support local community members through successful collaboration with key industry and community service providers to improve their employment and training outcomes. The City of Kalgoorlie-Boulder's Job Support Hub provides a client-centric approach to career development and financial self-reliance, whilst improving access to service providers for social and emotional well-being. This position will suit a candidate with relevant industry experience in the delivery of social services programs and/or client case management. This is a fixed-term, full-time position to 30 June 2024, in line with the current Commonwealth Services Agreement for the City of Kalgoorlie-Boulder. Salary and Benefits A competitive salary package; Supportive, inclusive and performance-driven culture; Employee Reward and Recognition program; Dynamic working environment; Salary Sacrifice options; Opportunity to buy additional week’s annual leave; Discounted Recreation Facility membership; Ongoing Training and support. Remuneration will be commensurate with qualifications and experience. Salary ranges between $85,432 - $92,556 . Contact Information If you would like to find out more about this employment opportunity with the City of Kalgoorlie-Boulder, an employer of choice, please contact People and Culture at (08) 9021 9600. How to Apply The City only accepts applications submitted via our website. Applications must address the Skills, Knowledge and Capacity section in the Position Description and include both a Resume and Cover Letter. • Fri, 23 FebCity of Kalgoorlie - Boulder
Senior Manager Social Work » Adelaide, SA - to 1/12/24 About the role The Senior Manager, Social Work is a recognised clinical expert in Social Work... and is responsible for contributing to the attainment of operational goals of the Social Work service, has strategic and operational line... • Fri, 23 FebSA Health$112625 - 122610 per year
Practice Education Manager - Social Work and Counselling » Queensland - , Midwifery and Social Work as a Practice Education Manager. As the Practice Education Manager, you will be responsible for the...Coordinate practice education for the Social Work discipline Educate future generations & create an exceptional... • Fri, 23 FebThe University of Queensland$106838 - 119780 per year
Coordinator, Permanency Support Program » Lismore Area, Lismore Region - We are looking for a motivated and experienced Coordinator to help lead our PSP Team this is an ongoing full-time opportunity based in Lismore. The coordinator is responsible for leadership of MacKillop’s Foster and Kinship Care services. Generous Annual Salary ($100,000- $115,000) based on Qualifications and experience.Position purpose.The Coordinator is responsible for leadership of MacKillop’s Foster and Kinship Care services to children and young people in the Permanency Support Program (PSP), their families and foster & kinship carers.The Coordinator ensures the programs deliver high quality services within a trauma informed framework. This position provides leadership, support, supervision and development of PSP Foster and Kinship Care staff ensuring compliance with MacKillop’s Policy & Procedures and the OOHC standards and legislation.The Coordinator reports to the Regional Manager and is a member of the Richmond Tweed Leadership Team.Primary ObjectivesThe Coordinator PSP provides operational leadership and ensures compliance with MacKillop’s Policy and Procedures, OOHC standards, relevant legislation and Department of Family and Community Services (FACS) contractual requirements.The Coordinator is responsible for the delivery of high quality services to provide positive outcomes for children, young people and their families. The Coordinator will work collaboratively with caseworkers in the provision of specialist casework such as restoration, guardianship and adoption and contribute to the enhancement of these practices by:Developing effective relationships with key external stakeholders to comply with the requirements of the FACS Rules and Guidelines;Establishing collaborative relationships with a wide range of specialist and mainstream services to improve outcomes for children, young people and their families; andEnsuring the Sanctuary Model is embedded in systems and practice and reflects MacKillop’s values.Key result areas and responsibilitiesThe Coordinator PSP will:Develop, implement and review the services provided to children and families;Ensure targets are met in accordance with the PSP FACS contract;Manage the services provided within the MacKillop budget and the strategic and operational plans;Provide data and reports in accordance with MacKillop and FACS requirements;Develop and implement casework strategies that support permanency planning principles;Respond to and manage identified staffing issues, maintain accurate record of actions taken and consult and inform Regional Manager;Manage staff recruitment and make recommendations to the Regional Manager regarding selection of staff;Ensure all new staff are inducted and appropriately supported on commencement of employment in line with MacKillop’s induction and probation procedures;Manage, induct and supervise student placements and volunteers;Supervise and monitor staff work routines and approve time sheets, leave, time in lieu and overtime in consultation with the Regional ManagerCollaborate with the Regional Manager in relation to the management of staff workloads and case practice through professional supervision and consultation;Promote growth and change by providing opportunities for training and development for all staff;Facilitate team meetings and other opportunities for reflective practice involving relevant stakeholders;Promote democracy and support young people and staff to engage in a participatory environment where they can have a say and influence the decision making process;Provide timely advice to the Regional Manager with regard to critical incidents, complaints, industrial matters, or other situations that may present “risk”;Ensure services comply with the OOHC standards and client and carer records are accurate and up to-date;Ensure that the rights of young people are protected, their wellbeing is actively safeguarded and any concerns are reported immediately;Ensure all statutory child protection requirements are adhered to;Support and develop staff and volunteers through the provision of on-the-job training, coaching and supervision to develop their capacity to provide trauma-informed, therapeutic care;Support Caseworkers to provide responsive casework practice to individual client needs ensuring the needs of children and young people are met through the development, implementation and review of individual client case plans; • Ensure that services are sensitive to the needs of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander and CALD children, young people and their families;Contribute to the administration of Family Journey and ChildStory;Maintain relevance in the profession through participation in professional development opportunities, supervision and performance appraisals;Actively support and champion the Sanctuary model across all aspects of the programs, and manage the programs in line with the seven Sanctuary commitments; Key Selection CriteriaThe incumbent will have:• Knowledge and understanding of Aboriginal culture and values and an awareness of the current issues faced by Aboriginal children, young people and their families• A tertiary qualification in social work, community services, management or relevant field;• Demonstrated understanding of child protection and an understanding of statutory child protection frameworks;• Proven leadership skills and demonstrated ability in the supervision of staff;• Demonstrated skills and experience in program management, service development and review and experience in foster care programs;• Demonstrated ability to deliver positive outcomes for vulnerable children, young people and their families;• Demonstrated ability to build positive relationships and work collaboratively with internal and external stakeholders;• High level of initiative, ability to plan, organise and prioritise work, and work to tight deadlines under pressure;• Excellent interpersonal skills, written and verbal communication skills;• Strong understanding of policy, practice and quality framework• Experience in working with trauma, attachment and resilience theory; and child development;• Competence in Microsoft Office including Outlook, Word, Excel, PowerPointOther informationThe incumbent is required to:• Sign and actively abide by MacKillop’s Code of Conduct.• Observe and actively support MacKillop’s P.8 People and Workplace Policy.• Attend mandatory and other training as required.• Actively participate in MacKillop’s Bid Management process as required.• Participate in and promote continuous quality improvement processes.• Promote an environment that is culturally safe and strengths focussed.• Abide by principles and commitments of the Sanctuary Framework.• Incorporate cultural safety into your practice with Aboriginal families. The incumbent must possess a:• Valid and current Driver’s Licence.• Valid and current Working with Children Card.• Valid and current NDIS Worker Check (for NDIS risk assessed roles).• Satisfactory criminal history check conducted by MacKillop Family ServicesOur offer: This position is a SCHCADS level 7.1-7.3 based on Qualifications and experience.($100,000- $115,000) Annual Salary rangeA great opportunity to join a leading provider of community and family services. Succession Plan for career growth. Hourly Rate based on SCHADS Award 7.1-7.3 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.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.For further information contact Jen Jones, Regional Manager at: jen.jonesmackillop.org.au • Fri, 23 FebMacKillop Family Services
Customer Service Officer - Wetherill Park » Wetherill Park, Fairfield Area - Ausreo is Australia's leading independent manufacturer and supplier of concrete reinforcing products to the building and construction industry. We support and encourage our business partners to Build with Confidence and create value for our people, customers and shareholders. We are known for: Our agility to provide superior service and support to our customers through our extensive Service Centre Network; and Being at the forefront of innovative steel reinforcement solutions and technology. Ausreo is committed to providing an inclusive and collaborative environment for our employees. Our aim is to ensure our people are engaged, motivated and prepared with the skills, knowledge and capabilities necessary to deliver company goals and expectations. This is evidenced in our mission to: Ensure the health, safety and wellbeing of our employees is at the forefront of all business decisions and reflects Ausreo’s Safety First’ culture; Embrace the strengths and differences of our people and build a workforce that reflects the diversity of the communities we serve. We have an exciting opportunity for a Customer Services Officer to join our team in Wetherill Park, reporting to the Trade Service Centre Manager. As a key member of the team, you will thrive in an environment where service, sales and customer solutions are paramount. This role will see you as the face of our company and enjoying being part of the local community. Your day will be varied as you will be involved in sales and enquiries, merchandising, liaising with customers and suppliers. You will provide and maintain a professional and timely service with appropriate information to varied enquiries via phone, email and importantly face to face service. The role will include the following key responsibilities: Providing excellence in customer service and the customer journey Welcome new and existing customers into our showrooms Actively promoting Ausreo’s products to generate sales Merchandising and Stock Replenishment Process sale orders, generate quotations, engage with e-commerce and social media Service Centre and office management Troubleshooting and resolving enquiries via phone and email in a quick and efficient manner Stock control in the warehouse Coordinating logistics i.e. transport and deliveries Effectively communicating with all stakeholders and dealing with difficult customers effectively General administration duties To Be Successful Strong communication skills both verbal and written Previous experience in a retail, hardware, trade type environment will be highly regarded, steel industry experience will be highly regarded but not essential Face to face selling and entrepreneurial spirit Highly organised, great at multi-tasking and strong attention to detail Strong computer skills and ability to pick up new systems quickly Thrives in a team environment but can also work independently Good ability to work under pressure Driver’s license essential If you have a welcoming approach, show high initiative and provide our customers with a unique experience; then this is the role for you. It is an exciting time to be part of the Ausreo family with opportunities for career development and progression. In addition to a highly attractive base salary package and job satisfaction whilst working within a dynamic team environment. Ausreo employees are eligible to earn more with monthly cash incentives for achievable targets in line with our rapid growth. If you are ready for a challenge and believe you have what it takes, do not wait, apply now Join our team, become part of the culture, no weekend work and have the ability to grow as we continue to grow. The successful candidate must have Australian Citizenship or legal Work Rights and must undertake a pre-employment medical assessment and National Police Check. Ausreo is committed to building an inclusive and diverse workforce. We strongly encourage applications from all diverse groups, including Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people and people with disability. To submit your resume, please click the ‘Apply’ button. • Fri, 23 FebAusreo Pty Ltd
Tailored Support Coordinator - Liverpool » Liverpool, Liverpool Area - Anglicare have an exciting opportunity for an experienced Tailored Support Coordinator to join our Housing team Are you passionate about reducing homelessness? Would you enjoy a role that helps strengthen communities? About the role: For many years, Anglicare has provided affordable housing options for vulnerable people. Our Social and Affordable Housing Program targets people aged over 55 years who are homeless or at risk of homelessness throughout the Sydney and Illawarra regions. We are looking for a qualified and experienced professional who will support Anglicare’s Mission by providing Tailored Support to our tenants in our Social and Affordable Housing Program. Based at our Liverpool office, you will be responsible for delivery of person centred support coordination services to tenants at our housing communities to ensure they achieve personal goals. This is a Permanent Full-Time role. Key responsibilities (not limited to): Ensure that residents engage with the services identified in their Support Plan by facilitating resident access to support services through such activities as coordinating transportation to appointments, providing appointment reminders, attending important meetings with the Residents. Ensure positive outcomes for Residents by establishing and maintaining strong working relationships with service providers including relationships with family members, carers and social networks. Ensure support is meeting needs of Residents by actively soliciting and documenting feedback regarding the suitability and quality of the programs and services that they receive. Ensure Support Plan continues to meet identified needs of residents by maintaining regular contact with service providers to discuss the ongoing appropriateness of the Plan, resident performance/progress, opportunities to improve service provision, and to resolve any issues where results are not being achieved. About You: A qualification/degree/certificate/diploma in Social Work, Community Services (Case Management stream), Allied Health, Aged Care, Community Housing, or equivalent, and/or relevant job experience. A minimum of 12 months post-qualifying experience in the delivery of community based social services, including assessment and care coordination. A passion for helping people in crisis or experiencing difficult times in the spirit of compassion, tolerance, empathy and non-judgement. A current driver’s licence. Covid19 Vaccination highly recommended. About Anglicare: As a Christian organisation with a heritage of service spanning 160 years, we exist to serve our community, enrich life and share the love of Jesus. Combining our resources and expertise enables us to work even more effectively to meet changing needs as we reach and serve more people at all stages of life. To find out more please visit: www.anglicare.org.au Benefits: Excellent remuneration package and company benefits Not-for-profit salary packaging benefits - reducing your taxable income by $15,900 plus an additional $2,650 for salary packaging accommodation, meals and entertainment Learning and Development opportunities within the organisation If you genuinely care about people and share our vision, mission and values, we welcome your application to join us, as we work to see Jesus Christ honoured, lives enriched, and communities strengthened. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander candidates are encouraged to apply Anglicare - Jesus Christ honoured, lives enriched, and communities strengthened Anglicare is committed to ensuring the safety and wellbeing of children and young people and has zero tolerance of child abuse. Applicants are encouraged to apply as soon as possible as applications may be reviewed prior to the closing date; Closing date is subject to change without notice. • Fri, 23 FebAnglicare
Coordinator, Permanency Support Program » North Lismore, Lismore Area - We are looking for a motivated and experienced Coordinator to help lead our PSP Team this is an ongoing full-time opportunity based in Lismore. The coordinator is responsible for leadership of MacKillop’s Foster and Kinship Care services. Generous Annual Salary ($100,000- $115,000) based on Qualifications and experience. Position purpose. The Coordinator is responsible for leadership of MacKillop’s Foster and Kinship Care services to children and young people in the Permanency Support Program (PSP), their families and foster & kinship carers. The Coordinator ensures the programs deliver high quality services within a trauma informed framework. This position provides leadership, support, supervision and development of PSP Foster and Kinship Care staff ensuring compliance with MacKillop’s Policy & Procedures and the OOHC standards and legislation. The Coordinator reports to the Regional Manager and is a member of the Richmond Tweed Leadership Team. Primary Objectives The Coordinator PSP provides operational leadership and ensures compliance with MacKillop’s Policy and Procedures, OOHC standards, relevant legislation and Department of Family and Community Services (FACS) contractual requirements. The Coordinator is responsible for the delivery of high quality services to provide positive outcomes for children, young people and their families. The Coordinator will work collaboratively with caseworkers in the provision of specialist casework such as restoration, guardianship and adoption and contribute to the enhancement of these practices by: Developing effective relationships with key external stakeholders to comply with the requirements of the FACS Rules and Guidelines; Establishing collaborative relationships with a wide range of specialist and mainstream services to improve outcomes for children, young people and their families; and Ensuring the Sanctuary Model is embedded in systems and practice and reflects MacKillop’s values. Key result areas and responsibilities The Coordinator PSP will: Develop, implement and review the services provided to children and families; Ensure targets are met in accordance with the PSP FACS contract; Manage the services provided within the MacKillop budget and the strategic and operational plans; Provide data and reports in accordance with MacKillop and FACS requirements; Develop and implement casework strategies that support permanency planning principles; Respond to and manage identified staffing issues, maintain accurate record of actions taken and consult and inform Regional Manager; Manage staff recruitment and make recommendations to the Regional Manager regarding selection of staff; Ensure all new staff are inducted and appropriately supported on commencement of employment in line with MacKillop’s induction and probation procedures; Manage, induct and supervise student placements and volunteers; Supervise and monitor staff work routines and approve time sheets, leave, time in lieu and overtime in consultation with the Regional Manager Collaborate with the Regional Manager in relation to the management of staff workloads and case practice through professional supervision and consultation; Promote growth and change by providing opportunities for training and development for all staff; Facilitate team meetings and other opportunities for reflective practice involving relevant stakeholders; Promote democracy and support young people and staff to engage in a participatory environment where they can have a say and influence the decision making process; Provide timely advice to the Regional Manager with regard to critical incidents, complaints, industrial matters, or other situations that may present “risk”; Ensure services comply with the OOHC standards and client and carer records are accurate and upto-date; Ensure that the rights of young people are protected, their wellbeing is actively safeguarded and any concerns are reported immediately; Ensure all statutory child protection requirements are adhered to; Support and develop staff and volunteers through the provision of on-the-job training, coaching and supervision to develop their capacity to provide trauma-informed, therapeutic care; Support Caseworkers to provide responsive casework practice to individual client needs ensuring the needs of children and young people are met through the development, implementation and review of individual client case plans; • Ensure that services are sensitive to the needs of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander and CALD children, young people and their families; Contribute to the administration of Family Journey and ChildStory; Maintain relevance in the profession through participation in professional development opportunities, supervision and performance appraisals; Actively support and champion the Sanctuary model across all aspects of the programs, and manage the programs in line with the seven Sanctuary commitments; Key Selection Criteria The incumbent will have: • Knowledge and understanding of Aboriginal culture and values and an awareness of the current issues faced by Aboriginal children, young people and their families • A tertiary qualification in social work, community services, management or relevant field; • Demonstrated understanding of child protection and an understanding of statutory child protection frameworks; • Proven leadership skills and demonstrated ability in the supervision of staff; • Demonstrated skills and experience in program management, service development and review and experience in foster care programs; • Demonstrated ability to deliver positive outcomes for vulnerable children, young people and their families; • Demonstrated ability to build positive relationships and work collaboratively with internal and external stakeholders; • High level of initiative, ability to plan, organise and prioritise work, and work to tight deadlines under pressure; • Excellent interpersonal skills, written and verbal communication skills; • Strong understanding of policy, practice and quality framework • Experience in working with trauma, attachment and resilience theory; and child development; • Competence in Microsoft Office including Outlook, Word, Excel, PowerPoint Other information The incumbent is required to: • Sign and actively abide by MacKillop’s Code of Conduct. • Observe and actively support MacKillop’s P.8 People and Workplace Policy. • Attend mandatory and other training as required. • Actively participate in MacKillop’s Bid Management process as required. • Participate in and promote continuous quality improvement processes. • Promote an environment that is culturally safe and strengths focussed. • Abide by principles and commitments of the Sanctuary Framework. • Incorporate cultural safety into your practice with Aboriginal families. The incumbent must possess a: • Valid and current Driver’s Licence. • Valid and current Working with Children Card. • Valid and current NDIS Worker Check (for NDIS risk assessed roles). • Satisfactory criminal history check conducted by MacKillop Family Services Our offer: This position is a SCHCADS level 7.1-7.3 based on Qualifications and experience. ($100,000- $115,000) Annual Salary range A great opportunity to join a leading provider of community and family services. Succession Plan for career growth. Hourly Rate based on SCHADS Award 7.1-7.3 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. 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. For further information contact Jen Jones, Regional Manager at: jen.jonesmackillop.org.au • Thu, 22 FebMacKillop Family Services
Social and Emotional Well Being (SEWB) Case Manager » Australia - Your opportunity. Be part of something bigger. Miwatj Health Aboriginal Corporation is looking for a Social... and Emotional Well Being (SEWB) Case Manager aims to provide high quality wellbeing services to clients across the East Arnhem Land... • Thu, 22 FebMiwatj Health Aboriginal Corporation$94498 - 99418 per year
House Manager » Maitland, Maitland Area - MacKillop is excited to be expanding their programs in Newcastle and Hunter regions of NSW and is therefore seeking a House Manager - Short listing and interviewing will commence immediately. This position will be commencing end of March to early April. This is a Permanent Full-time opportunity based in Maitland Region NSW within our Intensive Therapeutic Care program and reports to the ITC Coordinator. About the role The House Manager Intensive Therapeutic Care (ITC) is responsible for the delivery of high-quality therapeutic care that promotes the emotional, social and behavioral needs of vulnerable young in Intensive Therapeutic Care. This position works within a trauma informed therapeutic framework and is responsible for the leadership, supervision, support and development of the ITC Therapeutic Youth Work team. The House Manager ITC works closely with the Therapeutic Specialist, Caseworker, Coordinator and other ITC staff to provide high quality therapeutic care and assist young people to heal from trauma and achieve their full potential. Key Selection Criteria: To be successful in this role, you will have: A tertiary qualification at bachelor's degree level in social work, community services, management or relevant field Proven skills and experience in development of behavioural management programs for children and adolescents with challenging behaviors. Ability to participate collaboratively and constructively within teams of peers, staff and other stakeholders, as well as initiative and effective personal judgement when working alone. Demonstrated experience and knowledge of the residential care field, particularly within a therapeutic environment. Our offer: Generous Salary Packaging (helps increase your take home pay) Ongoing Career Development, Education and Training Employee Assistance Program – free and confidential counselling, coaching and emotional support for work and personal challenges 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. You must have a: 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 (for risk assessed / client facing roles). MacKillop can assist successful candidates with their application. 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 organization 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. Please address the full Key Selection Criteria outlined in the PD as part of your application. For more information, please contact Jude Ekerick at Jude.Ekerickmackillop.org.au • Thu, 22 FebMacKillop Family Services
Social Worker - Care coordinator » Melbourne, VIC - Job Description: Social Worker (Grade 2) - Care Coordinator Excellent benefits including salary packaging... and social care needs, monitoring achievement of client goals, facilitating intervention from other health care professionals... • Thu, 22 FebSt Vincent's Health Australia$86730 - 99699 per year
AHP3 Senior Social Worker Truancy » Port Augusta, SA - Whyalla, SA - to social workers, ensuring adherence to professional and service delivery standards. You will: Provide effective and efficient... Contract Eligibility: Open to Everyone Join Our Team as a Senior Social Worker and Make a Difference! Are you passionate... • Wed, 21 FebGovernment of South Australia$102641 - 110094 per year
Supervisor (Mental Health Social Enterprises) » Marrickville, NSW - Are you looking for a career change that delivers positive social impact to your community? If so... moving into the community services sector OR, Experience in other service industries! Your experience and expertise may help... • Wed, 21 FebFlourish Australia$68600 per year
House Manager » Rutherford, Maitland Area - MacKillop is excited to be expanding their programs in Newcastle and Hunter regions of NSW and is therefore seeking a House Manager - Short listing and interviewing will commence immediately. This position will be commencing end of March to early April. This is a Permanent Full-time opportunity based in Maitland Region NSW within our Intensive Therapeutic Care program and reports to the ITC Coordinator. About the role The House Manager Intensive Therapeutic Care (ITC) is responsible for the delivery of high-quality therapeutic care that promotes the emotional, social and behavioral needs of vulnerable young in Intensive Therapeutic Care. This position works within a trauma informed therapeutic framework and is responsible for the leadership, supervision, support and development of the ITC Therapeutic Youth Work team. The House Manager ITC works closely with the Therapeutic Specialist, Caseworker, Coordinator and other ITC staff to provide high quality therapeutic care and assist young people to heal from trauma and achieve their full potential. Key Selection Criteria: To be successful in this role, you will have: A tertiary qualification at bachelor's degree level in social work, community services, management or relevant field Proven skills and experience in development of behavioural management programs for children and adolescents with challenging behaviors. Ability to participate collaboratively and constructively within teams of peers, staff and other stakeholders, as well as initiative and effective personal judgement when working alone. Demonstrated experience and knowledge of the residential care field, particularly within a therapeutic environment. Our offer: Generous Salary Packaging (helps increase your take home pay) Ongoing Career Development, Education and Training Employee Assistance Program – free and confidential counselling, coaching and emotional support for work and personal challenges 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. You must have a: 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 (for risk assessed / client facing roles). MacKillop can assist successful candidates with their application. 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 organization 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. Please address the full Key Selection Criteria outlined in the PD as part of your application. For more information, please contact Jude Ekerick at Jude.Ekerickmackillop.org.au • Wed, 21 FebMacKillop Family Services
Director Social Work/Deputy Director Operations (Allied Health) Women & Children » Melbourne, VIC - and negotiate capacity for working from home Long service leave cover from 1 April 2024 until 23 Feb 2025. Eastern Health Social...Position Title Director Social Work/Deputy Director Operations (Allied Health) Women & Children Internal... • Wed, 21 FebEastern Health
Social Worker – AOD » Sydney, NSW - community Respond to referrals of clients to the service from other services and/or direct client contact Assist program... manager and other staff in addressing complex cases or emergencies Complete a range of administrative duties for the... • Wed, 21 FebMission Australia
Area Manager » Yarrawonga, Mudgee Area - Located in Berrigan Full Time Position Competitive pay, flexibility & great benefits (such as Salary Packaging) What do we need you to do? You will have the proven ability to lead and coordinate service strategies in functional areas that include: Effectively manage client services that uphold the unique needs of each client in an environment where care needs can change rapidly. Facilitate the development of your team, driving improvement in performance to promote the continued viability and growth of the service. Understand changes occurring within the sector and your community, incorporating these into the business plan for your service. Work for the continuous improvement of our service to ensure it’s the best it can be, in line with Aged Care Accreditation Standards What do we need you to bring? Ideally, we’re looking for previous experience in aged or community care but if you have extensive experience in Social Services, Management or Human Services and have worked within a similar role, we’d love to hear from you too. A good networker to develop partnerships with participants external to the organisation. Solid financial management with track record in delivering operational strategies Confident in navigating and nurturing teams through ambiguity and change Great understanding of Work Health and Safety principles and risk management practices We are also looking for someone with a current registration with AHPRA. Creating a better future for you Our people are at the heart of everything we do which is why we support all our Uniting team members to grow and develop to be their best through our strong commitment to learning, flexibility and great benefits. Together, we can build a better future for the people we serve, for Uniting and for You. Who is Uniting? Uniting is one of Australia’s largest and most trusted community service providers. We believe in taking real steps to make the world a better place and we work to inspire people, enliven communities, and confront injustice. At Uniting, we celebrate and always welcome people just as they are. How to apply If this opportunity is of interest, then we’d love to hear from you. Just click on the ‘Apply’ button in this ad, fill out your details and submit. We encourage applications from people who identify as a part of the Australian Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander Community. What to expect Please know that employment with Uniting will require a National Police Check, and Reference Checks. • Wed, 21 FebUniting NSW & ACT
Social Work Grade 2 Bed Based Services » Melbourne, VIC - Position Title Social Work Grade 2 Bed Based Services Employment Type Permanent Full Time Location Eastern Health... Check. Position Summary Social Worker Bed Based Services Full and Part Time Grade 2 Social Worker Multiple roles... • Wed, 21 FebEastern Health
Manager, Social Marketing - ANZ » Sydney, NSW - We are on the hunt for a dynamic, innovative strategist and creative to spearhead the role of Manager, Social Marketing... - Australia + New Zealand. With a global social reach of 877m followers, we fuel daily pop culture and foster passionate... • Tue, 20 FebNetflix
Social Worker Lvl 4 - Mental Health Services - Perm FT » Campbelltown, NSW - to coordinate and manage the daily practice of the social work service to the various mental health units. Diversity is at the...Employment Type: Permanent Full Time, 38 hours per week Location: SWSLHD District Wide Service Position... • Tue, 20 FebNSW Health$117544 - 120393 per year
Paid Social Consultant- Sydney » Sydney, NSW - coffee and engaging social events, including gourmet lunches and gatherings.☕️ Receive recognition through service...Are you a Paid Social Consultant wanting a change? Or an experienced Paid Social Specialist looking for a step up... • Tue, 20 FebOnline Marketing Gurus
General Manager of Social Services » Frenchville, Rockhampton - CQID is experiencing organisational growth across all services and seeking suitable candidates for a range of positions. CQID is one of the largest employers of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples in the Central Queensland region. Offering a broad range of service areas, with roles that serve our community across Rockhampton, Emerald, Longreach, Woorabinda, Gladstone, Bundaberg and Hervey Bay. A new organisational structure, designated HR team and the implementation of a new Workforce Strategy. Striving to support employees on their career journey is a priority and contributes us to being a Employer of Choice. Role Purpose The General Manager of Social Services (GMS) is a key member of the senior leadership team and is accountable for the internal governance, performance, financial and operational management, and reporting related to service delivery and will lead development and enhancement of both new and existing services. The role is required to travel in accordance with business need. Key Responsibilities and Duties Provide strategic leadership, overall supervision and support to Service Managers and Practice Development Managers and work collaboratively and in partnership with relevant internal and external stakeholders to identify and implement best practice service delivery and manage risk. Develop and maintain positive relationships with funders and key stakeholders and continue to develop CQID’s capacity and performance as a leader in the sector. Ensure all services are delivered in accordance with relevant quality and practice standards, legislative requirements, service agreements and operational frameworks and client outcomes are achieved Implement strategies, projects and processes to lead and support a culture of compliance and performance across the organisation including contract management, planning, implementation, monitoring, reporting and evaluation processes; Identify and drive opportunities to further support the wellbeing and self-determination of Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander people through improved or innovative service delivery. Identify opportunities for funding and coordinate the development and preparation of submissions and applications for new programs, services and partnerships to maximise funding and new opportunities; At all times work within CQID’s Workplace Health & Safety Policies and Procedures; Provide advice, support to the CEO, and undertake any other responsibilities as directed by the CEO. Qualifications and experience To be successful in this role you will need to demonstrate capability in the following areas: Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander Heritage and connection to community and culture (non-Indigenous candidates will be considered if there are no suitable Indigenous candidates) You hold relevant tertiary qualifications and 8 years successive relevant experience, or an equivalent combination of relevant skills, knowledge and experience leading multidisciplinary Human Services and professional practice; Demonstrated awareness and understanding of complex challenges and key issues facing Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people and communities. Demonstrated experience in leading the delivery of social services for Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander people. You understand how to effectively manage and coordinate multiple services and the challenges involved. You have significant experience overcoming the challenges involved in service delivery and understand how to best support teams to deliver high quality services; Excellent influencer and communicator with high levels of analytical, negotiation, conflict resolution and relationship development capability and an excellent role model and representative for CQID Expert knowledge of the QLD human services landscape and reform agenda for services to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people Demonstrated experience and knowledge of executive functions and the challenges involved in managing and leading an Indigenous organisation. Demonstrated experience managing, coordinating, and supporting staff to deliver in their roles. Proven track record of providing training and mentorship to staff to support skill development, knowledge acquisition and service delivery; You are able to exercise high quality professional judgement, ensuring decisions are made based on sound evidence and take personal responsibility for delivering quality outcomes while maintaining professional practice and behaviour in a challenging and complex environment; You understand the organisational goals and recognise how your role contributes to CQID’s objectives and strategic vision; You are an effective senior leader and have a good sense of the qualities you bring to the team. • Tue, 20 FebCentral Queensland Indigenous Development Limited
ITC Coordinator » Maitland, Maitland Area - MacKillop excited to be expanding their programs in Newcastle and Hunter regions of NSW and is therefore seeking an experienced ITC Coordinator. This is an ongoing Full-Time opportunity within the Permanency support program in the Hunter and reports to the Regional Manager. Position Purpose The Intensive Therapeutic Care Coordinator is responsible for coordinating MacKillop’s Intensive Therapeutic Care (ITC) services - including ITC Homes and ITC Casework - across the Newcastle Hub (Hunter Central Coast District). ITC supports children and young people with high and complex needs who require specialised and intensive therapeutic supports. The ITC Coordinator works closely with the Director, Regional Manager, Therapeutic Specialists, House Mangers, Caseworkers and Therapeutic Youth Workers to provide high quality therapeutic residential care that supports young people to heal from their trauma and achieve their full potential. The ITC Coordinator reports to the PSP Regional Manager, supervises ITC House Managers and Caseworkers, and is a member of the Regional Leadership Team. The Newcastle Hub is a new location for MacKillop. The ITC Coordinator will work closely with the Director, Regional Manager and key internal and external stakeholders to establish the ITC program. The focus will initially be on establishing new ITC Homes. Primary objectives The ITC Coordinator is responsible for the delivery of high quality therapeutic residential care and casework services that deliver positive outcomes for children, young people and their families within a trauma informed therapeutic practice framework. The ITC Coordinator provides leadership, support, supervision and development of ITC House Managers and Caseworkers ensuring services reflect MacKillop’s values, policies, procedures and practice frameworks; and comply with the OOHC standards, relevant legislation and Department of Communities and Justice policies, and PSP service requirements. The ITC Coordinator will support ITC House Mangers to: Manage the day-to-day operations of the home; Ensure children and young people receive therapeutic care and support; Create and maintain a therapeutic environment within the home; Provide leadership, support and supervision to Therapeutic Youth Workers; Manage the administrative systems that support ITC Homes including rostering, supervision, recruitment, finance and maintenance. The ITC Coordinator will: Provide leadership, direction, support and supervision to ITC caseworkers; Work collaboratively with caseworkers to provide young people with high quality case management services that meet their individual needs; Ensure that services comply with MacKillop’s policies and procedures, DCJ’s Permanency Case Management Policy, Rules and Practice Guidance, the OOHC standards and relevant legislation; Establish collaborative relationships with a wide range of specialist and mainstream services to improve outcomes for children, young people and their families. Key result areas and responsibilities The ITC Coordinator will: Ensure the Sanctuary Model, ITC Essential Elements and Therapeutic Crisis Intervention (TCI) are embedded in practice; Support caseworkers to provide case management services that are responsive to individual client needs through the development, implementation and review of individual case plans; Support caseworkers to develop and implement casework strategies that support permanency planning principles including restoration, guardianship and adoption; Ensure services comply with the OOHC standards, client records are accurate and up-to-date, and documentation is maintained in accordance with MacKillop, DCJ and legislative requirements; Participate in internal placement matching panels and contribute to decision-making about the placement of young people referred to MacKillop; Participate in local service networks, regional planning and coordination forums as required; Ensure each ITC Home holds a fortnightly team meeting and a weekly house meeting; and each young person has a monthly care team meeting; With Therapeutic Specialists develop, implement and monitor therapeutic routines for each ITC Home; Monitor the physical environment of ITC Homes and support House Managers to ensure each home is warm, welcoming, safe, therapeutic and well-maintained; Ensure House Managers and Youth Workers understand the Joint Protocol and work collaboratively with DCJ and NSW Police to implement it; Ensure the rights of young people are protected, their wellbeing is actively safeguarded and concerns are reported immediately; Ensure all statutory child protection and child safety requirements are adhered to; Ensure that services are sensitive and responsive to the needs of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander, CALD and LGBTQIA children, young people and their families, and promote cultural safety for all; Promote democracy and support young people and staff to engage in a participatory environment where they can have a say and influence the decision making process; Identify and respond appropriately to risk to promote safety for young people, their families and staff. Work collaboratively with ITC staff to complete risk and safety assessments and escalate concerns to the Regional Manager as appropriate. Ensure that critical incident reports are completed within the required time frames and that responses are robust and in line with MacKillop’s expectations; Provide timely advice to the Regional Manager about client needs and dynamics, critical incidents, complaints, staff issues, industrial matters, and other issues that may present risk to MacKillop or the program; Work collaboratively with the Regional Manager, House Managers and HR to recruit develop and retain a strong, cohesive, outcomes-focused ITC team; Ensure all staff are onboarded in line with MacKillop’s induction and probation procedures; Support and develop staff through the provision of on-the-job coaching, support and supervision and develop their capacity to provide trauma-informed therapeutic care; Respond to and manage identified staffing issues, maintain an accurate record of actions taken and work collaboratively with the Regional Manager and HR to resolve them efficiently and effectively; Ensure ITC staff complete all mandatory and relevant training and oversee the development of individual work and development plans; With the Regional Manager monitor program expenditure and ensure the ITC services operate within the agreed budget, strategic and operational plans; Take all reasonable and practical steps to ensure the workplace is safe and act in accordance with MacKillop’s WH&S procedures and relevant legislation; Participate in continuous quality improvement activities that contribute to better outcomes for young people and their families; Participate in regular supervision and relevant professional development opportunities; Be available for on-call and after-hours support, including covering shifts as required; Be available to undertake higher duties and/or secondment within MacKillop Family Services; and Undertake other duties as required. Key selection criteria The incumbent will have: A tertiary qualification in social work, social science, community services, management or relevant field; Leadership experience in an equivalent role and demonstrated skills and experience in therapeutic residential care, case management, service coordination, and supervising, supporting and developing staff. Experience in the Permanency Support Program and ITC will be highly regarded; Knowledge and understanding of child protection, OOHC, trauma, attachment and resilience theory; and child and adolescent development; Knowledge and understanding of Aboriginal culture and values and an awareness of the issues faced by Aboriginal children, young people and their families; Demonstrated ability to deliver positive outcomes for vulnerable children, young people and their families; Demonstrated capacity to build positive relationships and work collaboratively with internal and external stakeholders; High level of initiative, ability to plan, organise and prioritise work, and work to tight deadlines under pressure; Excellent interpersonal skills, written and verbal communication skills; Competence in Microsoft Office including Outlook, Word, Excel, PowerPoint. Other information The incumbent is required to: Sign and actively abide by MacKillop’s Code of Conduct. Observe and actively support MacKillop’s P.8 People and Workplace Policy. Observe and fulfil health and safety responsibilities as contained within ‘WHS-P-001 Responsibility Statements’ document. Attend mandatory and other training as required. Actively participate in MacKillop’s Bid Management process as required. Participate in and promote continuous quality improvement processes. Promote an environment that is culturally safe and strengths focussed. Abide by principles and commitments of the Sanctuary Framework. Incorporate cultural safety into your practice with Aboriginal families. The incumbent must possess a: Valid and current Driver’s Licence. Valid and current NSW Working with Children Check. Valid and current Applicants must submit a statement addressing the selection criteria. For more information about the role, please contact Jude Ekerick at jude.ekerickmackillop.org.au • Tue, 20 FebMacKillop Family Services
In Home Community Senior Manager » Alexandria, Inner West - About Us: At United for Care, our mission is to empower individuals with disabilities to lead fuller, better lives. We provide independent living opportunities, in-home care, and social support to enhance the well-being of those living in the community. Position Overview: As the In Home & Social Program Senior Manager, you will play a crucial role in developing, overseeing, and coordinating all aspects of our In Home & Community and Social Program services. This includes ensuring high-quality care, fostering participant engagement, and managing a team of support staff. Responsibilities: Developing, leading and managing strategic and operational end-to-end services for new In Home Care and Community Programs Leading target and performance metrics – ensuring delivery business plans in alignment to meet program delivery and targets. Develop In Home Care services – ensuring full operational and staffing plans, supporting participants utilising In-Home care services. Develop Community Programs – ensuring full operational and staffing plans are developed in order to deliver innovative community participation. Lead the growth of these two services through collaboration with the Client Engagement and Service Delivery teams. Conduct comprehensive risk assessment and support needs for participants; developing program goals and objectives. Coach, mentor and manage a geographically dispersed team. Establish and maintain strong relationships with participants and stakeholders Collaborate with community organisations, healthcare providers and other stakeholders to enhance and grow services. Manage the P&L and assist in the development of the program's budget and monitor adherence to budgetary guidelines. About you: Proven experience in project and program management, preferably in Drop-In Supports, in home care, disability or healthcare services Bachelor's Degree in Social Work, Nursing, Healthcare Management, Community Services or a related field Understanding of both Physical and Psychosocial disabilities Proficiency in budget management and resource allocation Knowledge of relevant laws and regulations related to Home Care Services - e.g. NDIS Standards • Tue, 20 FebUnited for Care
Paid Social Consultant- Sydney » Sydney, NSW - coffee and engaging social events, including gourmet lunches and gatherings.☕️ Receive recognition through service...Job Description: Are you a Paid Social Consultant wanting a change? Or an experienced Paid Social Specialist... • Mon, 19 FebOnline Marketing Gurus
ITC Coordinator » Rutherford, Maitland Area - MacKillop excited to be expanding their programs in Newcastle and Hunter regions of NSW and is therefore seeking an experienced ITC Coordinator. This is an ongoing Full-Time opportunity within the Permanency support program in the Hunter and reports to the Regional Manager. Position Purpose The Intensive Therapeutic Care Coordinator is responsible for coordinating MacKillop’s Intensive Therapeutic Care (ITC) services - including ITC Homes and ITC Casework - across the Newcastle Hub (Hunter Central Coast District). ITC supports children and young people with high and complex needs who require specialised and intensive therapeutic supports. The ITC Coordinator works closely with the Director, Regional Manager, Therapeutic Specialists, House Mangers, Caseworkers and Therapeutic Youth Workers to provide high quality therapeutic residential care that supports young people to heal from their trauma and achieve their full potential. The ITC Coordinator reports to the PSP Regional Manager, supervises ITC House Managers and Caseworkers, and is a member of the Regional Leadership Team. The Newcastle Hub is a new location for MacKillop. The ITC Coordinator will work closely with the Director, Regional Manager and key internal and external stakeholders to establish the ITC program. The focus will initially be on establishing new ITC Homes. Primary objectives The ITC Coordinator is responsible for the delivery of high quality therapeutic residential care and casework services that deliver positive outcomes for children, young people and their families within a trauma informed therapeutic practice framework. The ITC Coordinator provides leadership, support, supervision and development of ITC House Managers and Caseworkers ensuring services reflect MacKillop’s values, policies, procedures and practice frameworks; and comply with the OOHC standards, relevant legislation and Department of Communities and Justice policies, and PSP service requirements. The ITC Coordinator will support ITC House Mangers to: · Manage the day-to-day operations of the home; · Ensure children and young people receive therapeutic care and support; · Create and maintain a therapeutic environment within the home; · Provide leadership, support and supervision to Therapeutic Youth Workers; · Manage the administrative systems that support ITC Homes including rostering, supervision, recruitment, finance and maintenance. The ITC Coordinator will: Provide leadership, direction, support and supervision to ITC caseworkers; Work collaboratively with caseworkers to provide young people with high quality case management services that meet their individual needs; Ensure that services comply with MacKillop’s policies and procedures, DCJ’s Permanency Case Management Policy, Rules and Practice Guidance, the OOHC standards and relevant legislation; Establish collaborative relationships with a wide range of specialist and mainstream services to improve outcomes for children, young people and their families. Key result areas and responsibilities The ITC Coordinator will: Ensure the Sanctuary Model, ITC Essential Elements and Therapeutic Crisis Intervention (TCI) are embedded in practice; Support caseworkers to provide case management services that are responsive to individual client needs through the development, implementation and review of individual case plans; Support caseworkers to develop and implement casework strategies that support permanency planning principles including restoration, guardianship and adoption; Ensure services comply with the OOHC standards, client records are accurate and up-to-date, and documentation is maintained in accordance with MacKillop, DCJ and legislative requirements; Participate in internal placement matching panels and contribute to decision-making about the placement of young people referred to MacKillop; Participate in local service networks, regional planning and coordination forums as required; Ensure each ITC Home holds a fortnightly team meeting and a weekly house meeting; and each young person has a monthly care team meeting; With Therapeutic Specialists develop, implement and monitor therapeutic routines for each ITC Home; Monitor the physical environment of ITC Homes and support House Managers to ensure each home is warm, welcoming, safe, therapeutic and well-maintained; Ensure House Managers and Youth Workers understand the Joint Protocol and work collaboratively with DCJ and NSW Police to implement it; Ensure the rights of young people are protected, their wellbeing is actively safeguarded and concerns are reported immediately; Ensure all statutory child protection and child safety requirements are adhered to; Ensure that services are sensitive and responsive to the needs of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander, CALD and LGBTQIA children, young people and their families, and promote cultural safety for all; Promote democracy and support young people and staff to engage in a participatory environment where they can have a say and influence the decision making process; Identify and respond appropriately to risk to promote safety for young people, their families and staff. Work collaboratively with ITC staff to complete risk and safety assessments and escalate concerns to the Regional Manager as appropriate. Ensure that critical incident reports are completed within the required time frames and that responses are robust and in line with MacKillop’s expectations; Provide timely advice to the Regional Manager about client needs and dynamics, critical incidents, complaints, staff issues, industrial matters, and other issues that may present risk to MacKillop or the program; Work collaboratively with the Regional Manager, House Managers and HR to recruit develop and retain a strong, cohesive, outcomes-focused ITC team; Ensure all staff are onboarded in line with MacKillop’s induction and probation procedures; Support and develop staff through the provision of on-the-job coaching, support and supervision and develop their capacity to provide trauma-informed therapeutic care; Respond to and manage identified staffing issues, maintain an accurate record of actions taken and work collaboratively with the Regional Manager and HR to resolve them efficiently and effectively; Ensure ITC staff complete all mandatory and relevant training and oversee the development of individual work and development plans; With the Regional Manager monitor program expenditure and ensure the ITC services operate within the agreed budget, strategic and operational plans; Take all reasonable and practical steps to ensure the workplace is safe and act in accordance with MacKillop’s WH&S procedures and relevant legislation; Participate in continuous quality improvement activities that contribute to better outcomes for young people and their families; Participate in regular supervision and relevant professional development opportunities; Be available for on-call and after-hours support, including covering shifts as required; Be available to undertake higher duties and/or secondment within MacKillop Family Services; and Undertake other duties as required. Key selection criteria The incumbent will have: A tertiary qualification in social work, social science, community services, management or relevant field; Leadership experience in an equivalent role and demonstrated skills and experience in therapeutic residential care, case management, service coordination, and supervising, supporting and developing staff. Experience in the Permanency Support Program and ITC will be highly regarded; Knowledge and understanding of child protection, OOHC, trauma, attachment and resilience theory; and child and adolescent development; Knowledge and understanding of Aboriginal culture and values and an awareness of the issues faced by Aboriginal children, young people and their families ; Demonstrated ability to deliver positive outcomes for vulnerable children, young people and their families; Demonstrated capacity to build positive relationships and work collaboratively with internal and external stakeholders; High level of initiative, ability to plan, organise and prioritise work, and work to tight deadlines under pressure; Excellent interpersonal skills, written and verbal communication skills; Competence in Microsoft Office including Outlook, Word, Excel, PowerPoint. Other information The incumbent is required to: Sign and actively abide by MacKillop’s Code of Conduct. Observe and actively support MacKillop’s P.8 People and Workplace Policy. Observe and fulfil health and safety responsibilities as contained within ‘WHS-P-001 Responsibility Statements’ document. Attend mandatory and other training as required. Actively participate in MacKillop’s Bid Management process as required. Participate in and promote continuous quality improvement processes. Promote an environment that is culturally safe and strengths focussed. Abide by principles and commitments of the Sanctuary Framework. Incorporate cultural safety into your practice with Aboriginal families. The incumbent must possess a: Valid and current Driver’s Licence. Valid and current NSW Working with Children Check. Valid and current Applicants must submit a statement addressing the selection criteria. For more information about the role, please contact Jude Ekerick at jude.ekerickmackillop.org.au • Mon, 19 FebMacKillop Family Services
APS6 Senior Social Communications Officer » Canberra, ACT - for the development and implementation social media strategies and policies with the support of the Social Media Manager, in... Social Communications Officer. Location: Canberra, ACT Contract Length: 12 months, with 2 X 12 months extension option... • Mon, 19 FebChandler Macleod
Mental Health Acute Social Worker » Melbourne, VIC - coordination the Grade 2 Social Worker will ensure that consumers are at the centre of service delivery and receive a timely... with the Allied Health Manager. The Social Worker will provide supervision and mentoring to students and junior social work... • Mon, 19 FebEastern Health
Social Enterprise Manager - TAS » Bridgewater, TAS - yourtown is one of the pioneers of work-based social enterprises in Australia, having provided over 3,000 young people..., TAS, and working as part of the National Social Enterprise leadership team, this role has responsibility for operational... • Sun, 18 FebYourtown
Senior Social Work Manager » Australia - View Position Position Details Reference Number 25681 Position Title Senior Social Work Manager Employment... Senior Social Work Manager (Grade 5) Full time, 38 hours p/w, Ongoing role Parkville location with multiple public... • Sat, 17 FebThe Royal Women's Hospital$150665 per year
Manager Community Planning and Partnerships » Windsor, Hawkesbury Area - Be passionate. Be progressive. Hawkesbury City Council.Salary negotiable SuperFull Time / 19 Day Month On-Site ParkingDiscount Gym MembershipHawkesbury City Council is the largest local government area in metropolitan NSW covering 2,800 square kilometres, incorporating both urban and rural communities. We are committed to working together to deliver outcomes for the community through innovation and best practice.The RoleReporting to the Director of City Planning and based in Windsor, this role leads the work of the Community Planning and Partnerships Branch to achieve the goals within Council's Corporate Plans and facilitates planning for local community services.The branch you will lead ;Develops plans to promote inclusion, community well-being & health;Builds resilience through strengthening community partnerships;Delivers programs that aim to create connected neighbourhoods, and;Seeks to attract external investment to enhance local service provision.About YouYou will have highly developed communication and interpersonal skills and the ability to understand and interpret legislation. You will have demonstrated leadership experience and will be adept at coaching and developing teams to successfully deliver outcomes. You will have the ability to promote and represent the Council and its opportunities to the community and associated organisations and have strong analytical skills and the ability to influence and be an effective trouble-shooter.Essential CriteriaTertiary qualifications in Human Services, Social Sciences, Business, Management or related field and/or relevant industry experienceDemonstrated experience in operations management within the human services sector.Extensive knowledge and practical experience of strategic and business planning activities in the human services area and strong project management capabilities.Experience in the design and delivery of authentic community engagement strategies particularly for vulnerable and hard-to-reach population groups.Experience and Knowledge in providing strong leadership to professional people within a multi-disciplinary setting and a proven ability to manage a diverse range of functions and programsDemonstrated experience in working in partnership with community sector, government agencies and private sector and a proven capacity to build and maintain strong relationships with key internal and external stakeholders.Class C Drivers LicenceWorking with Children CheckThe RewardsAn attractive salary will be negotiated with the successful applicant commensurate with qualification, skills, and experience. There are great benefits and opportunities to working with Hawkesbury Council, including:15-days sick leaveRostered Day OffPaid Parental LeaveGreat working environmentFlexible work arrangementsTertiary Education AssistanceHealth and Wellbeing ProgramLong Service Leave after 5 yearsTraining and Development OpportunitiesEmployee Reward and Recognition programEmployee Performance Review and Planning SystemCorporate Rate Gym Membership - Oasis Leisure CentreSocial Club - BBQs, Christmas parties, raffles and activitiesEmployee Assistance Program for employees and their familyTo ApplyFor further position details, including the selection criteria and how to apply, visit our website or call Council's People and Development Team on 02 4560 4444.Applications close Sunday, 10 March 2024Applicants who do not address the selection criteria may not be considered for this position.Please note that the canvassing of Councillors in relation to these matters will automatically disqualify the applicant from this process. • Sat, 17 FebHawkesbury City Council
Defence Member and Family Support Area Manager - South Australia » Keswick, West Torrens Area - The key duties of the position include The Role Are you looking to take your career to the next level? Defence Member and Family Support (DMFS) is looking for a motivated and professional individual to fill the role of Area Manager in our South Australia Office.Area Managers lead multidisciplinary teams, which comprise of social workers and education specialists (to support the children of military families), administration staff and military officers, which deliver individual and program-related support to Defence families. Area Managers work with stakeholders to facilitate a range of critical assessments to assist Commanders in making decisions that affect Defence families and to enhance the families' self-reliance. The Area Manager is based at Keswick Barracks, South Australia but will be required to travel to RAAF Base Edinburgh on a regular basis. The role is accountable for the delivery of the DMFS suite of national programs, including management of social work services, critical incident management, and community engagement. About our Team We are seeking a candidate with a proven ability to lead and motivate team members, organise team initiatives and manage performance where required. You will be responsible for inspiring positive communication within the team and guiding the team to work together toward supporting Defence members and families. You will manage a workforce that consists of APS, ADF & contracted staff. The successful applicant will have strong interpersonal skills, the ability to think strategically and to make evidence-based decisions under pressure. You will be accountable for providing strong leadership and direction, planning the activities and managing the resources of the team, providing professional supervision to the Social Workers, and managing the workflow and work quality according to Commonwealth and Defence policy. You will also have the following skillset: Stakeholder Engagement Budget Management Program Management Presenting Reporting DMFS is an organisation where professionalism and innovation highly regarded. Our Ideal Candidate Bring your skills and ambition to our team Defence Member and Family Support (DMFS) Branch is a diverse and inclusive workplace which offers a broad range of programs and services to help Commanders, Australian Defence Force members and their families manage the military lifestyle. DMFS supports Defence families' self-reliance and capacity to engage with community agencies. DMFS Area Offices provide support to all three services - Navy, Army and Air Force. The Directorate of Regional Engagement within DMFS has offices across Australia. You will work both autonomously and collaboratively within a dynamic multi-disciplinary environment with Military Support Officers, Defence Social Workers, Family Liaison Officers, an Educational Liaison Officer and a Business Support Officer. We offer a competitive remuneration package as well as options for a flexible/hybrid work environment. You will enjoy job security and access to personal and annual leave entitlements. Join our knowledgeable, high-achieving, experienced and fun team • Sat, 17 FebAPS
Case Manager Level 1 » Glendale, Lake Macquarie Area - Case Manager - Major Claims - CTP Personal Injury Claims - Charlestown Put the customer at the heart of everything you do Feel empowered to make a positive impact Be trusted to do what's right What if you could play a more hands-on role in helping injured customers get back on their feet? In the role you will be able to work with severely injured (traumatic brain injury, spinal cord injury etc) customers, handle complex and sensitive conversations, understand how disability impacts on daily living and identify when the customer would benefit from early intervention following severe injuries suffered because of a motor vehicle accident. You'll be directly improving our customer's lives and well-being. You'll deal with people experiencing challenging times, but your job is to deliver a positive customer experience for them - and this is what makes it highly rewarding. As someone who builds excellent relationships, you'll help individuals, engaging with them and relevant stakeholders with the outcome of maximising return to work and return to health outcomes. Along the way, you'll educate our customers on what will happen at every stage and support them with anything they will need to know about their claim. You'll be responsible for: Determining liability and managing a portfolio of CTP claims for customers who have sustained severe injuries following a motor vehicle accident Building effective working relationships with key stakeholders, injured customers, family members and medical professionals to drive successful outcomes Assessing claims for reasonable and necessary treatment and rehabilitation requirements Assessing and managing injury needs of customers, handling correspondence regarding CTP benefits, treatment and rehabilitation and interpret medical reports Important to your success: Relevant experience in a comparable industry is desirable (disability support, case management social services, critical incident response) Experience in a similar case management role within personal injury insurance (highly desired) You will have the drive and interest to your customer focused experience and approach to grow a career in case management You will be known for your empathetic style and customer focused approach which allows you to 'walk in our customer's shoes' The ability to handle difficult situations and act in a professional manner whilst resolving complex situations in a timely manner Solid problem solving and relationship building abilities Year 12 certificate or equivalent High attention to detail, excellent time management skills and the ability to adapt when changes occur Allianz Group is one of the most trusted insurance and asset management companies in the world. Caring for our employees, their ambitions, dreams and challenges, is what makes us a unique employer. Together we can build an environment where everyone feels empowered and has the confidence to explore, to grow and to shape a better future for our customers and the world around us. We at Allianz believe in a diverse and inclusive workforce and are proud to be an equal opportunity employer. We encourage you to bring your whole self to work, no matter where you are from, what you look like, who you love or what you believe in. We therefore welcome applications regardless of ethnicity or cultural background, age, gender, nationality, religion, disability or sexual orientation. Great to have you on board. Let's care for tomorrow. Note: Diversity of minds is an integral part of Allianz' company culture. One means to achieve diverse teams is a regular rotation of Allianz Executive employees across functions, Allianz entities and geographies. Therefore, the company encourages its employees to have motivation in gaining varied skills from different positions and to collect experiences from across Allianz Group. • Sat, 17 FebAllianz
Senior Social Worker » Melbourne, VIC - status, population and healthcare needs. About the role This role provides a clinical social work service to the subacute... to provide high level advice to the Social Work Manager and Allied Health Program Manager on program, practice and policy matters... • Fri, 16 FebEastern Health
Social Work Clinical Educator » Melbourne, VIC - Position Title Social Work Clinical Educator Internal Only This position is open to employees of Eastern Health... will be required to undergo a pre-employment Police Check. Position Summary SOCIAL WORK CLINICAL EDUCATOR Grade 3 Permanent Part time position... • Fri, 16 FebEastern Health
Customer Care Specialist (Social Media Moderator) » Alexandria, NSW - our following and maximise the level of engagement with our brand Working along side our Community and Social Media Manager... Moderating interactions on our existing social media accounts (Insta, Facebook, Pinterest, LinkedIn & Tiktok) to grow... • Fri, 16 FebLyka
Case Manager Level 1 » Glendale, Lake Macquarie Area - Case Manager - Major Claims - CTP Personal Injury Claims - Charlestown Put the customer at the heart of everything you do Feel empowered to make a positive impact Be trusted to do what's right What if you could play a more hands-on role in helping injured customers get back on their feet? In the role you will be able to work with severely injured (traumatic brain injury, spinal cord injury etc) customers, handle complex and sensitive conversations, understand how disability impacts on daily living and identify when the customer would benefit from early intervention following severe injuries suffered because of a motor vehicle accident. You'll be directly improving our customer's lives and well-being. You'll deal with people experiencing challenging times, but your job is to deliver a positive customer experience for them - and this is what makes it highly rewarding. As someone who builds excellent relationships, you'll help individuals, engaging with them and relevant stakeholders with the outcome of maximising return to work and return to health outcomes. Along the way, you'll educate our customers on what will happen at every stage and support them with anything they will need to know about their claim. You'll be responsible for: Determining liability and managing a portfolio of CTP claims for customers who have sustained severe injuries following a motor vehicle accident Building effective working relationships with key stakeholders, injured customers, family members and medical professionals to drive successful outcomes Assessing claims for reasonable and necessary treatment and rehabilitation requirements Assessing and managing injury needs of customers, handling correspondence regarding CTP benefits, treatment and rehabilitation and interpret medical reports Important to your success: Relevant experience in a comparable industry is desirable (disability support, case management social services, critical incident response) Experience in a similar case management role within personal injury insurance (highly desired) You will have the drive and interest to your customer focused experience and approach to grow a career in case management You will be known for your empathetic style and customer focused approach which allows you to 'walk in our customer's shoes' The ability to handle difficult situations and act in a professional manner whilst resolving complex situations in a timely manner Solid problem solving and relationship building abilities Year 12 certificate or equivalent High attention to detail, excellent time management skills and the ability to adapt when changes occur 39724 | Customer Services & Claims | Entry Level | Non-Executive | Allianz Australia | Full-Time | Permanent Allianz Group is one of the most trusted insurance and asset management companies in the world. Caring for our employees, their ambitions, dreams and challenges, is what makes us a unique employer. Together we can build an environment where everyone feels empowered and has the confidence to explore, to grow and to shape a better future for our customers and the world around us. We at Allianz believe in a diverse and inclusive workforce and are proud to be an equal opportunity employer. We encourage you to bring your whole self to work, no matter where you are from, what you look like, who you love or what you believe in. We therefore welcome applications regardless of ethnicity or cultural background, age, gender, nationality, religion, disability or sexual orientation. Great to have you on board. Let's care for tomorrow. Note: Diversity of minds is an integral part of Allianz' company culture. One means to achieve diverse teams is a regular rotation of Allianz Executive employees across functions, Allianz entities and geographies. Therefore, the company encourages its employees to have motivation in gaining varied skills from different positions and to collect experiences from across Allianz Group. • Fri, 16 FebAllianz
Social Worker (Lvl 5) - Health Professional Educator/Clinical Coordinator - Adult Survivors Program - Perm FT » Warwick Farm, NSW - Sydney, NSW - : Social Worker Level 5 Remuneration: $126,240.00 - $129,309.00 per annum Requisition ID: REQ469330 Application... has an opportunity for a Female Social Worker to champion the implementation and rollout of this new initiative. This is a fantastic... • Thu, 15 FebNSW Health$126240 - 129309 per year
Social Worker Community Therapy Service » Royal Melbourne Hospital, VIC - Social Worker – Grade 1 or Grade 2 Community Therapy Service Join our collaborative and experienced social work team... to specialist leaders. Your New Role Provide exemplary social work service across but not limited to the community therapy... • Thu, 15 FebThe Royal Melbourne Hospital
Social Worker » Melbourne, VIC - status, population and healthcare needs. About the role This role provides a social work service to inpatients at the...Position Title Social Worker Employment Type Permanent Full Time Location Peter James Centre Award Classification... • Thu, 15 FebEastern Health
Social Worker » Adelaide, SA - Women's and Children's Health Network, Child and Adolescent Mental Health Service - Northern Metro Community Team... and obstetric service. Our community-based services also reach hundreds of thousands of babies, children and young people... • Thu, 15 FebSA Health$86950 - 100729 per year
Coordinator - Housing & Justice, Toowong » Toowong, Brisbane - Permanent full-time role for job security based in Toowong Job satisfaction in your role knowing it positively impacts others Be part of the change in building resilience and safety for women and children We are looking for an energetic, passionate, and skilled ‘Leader’ to join our team at Toowong in our Homelessness Services Women and Families Service. If your values align with Anglicare’s values of Care Hope Love and Humility, we would love to hear from you. About the Position Anglicare SQ supports people who may be navigating significant challenges in their lives. Homelessness Services Women and Families support women, men and children at risk of or experiencing homelessness, by offering temporary accommodation and support, while building their capacity to explore opportunities for sustainable housing solutions. Our service focuses on assisting women and men to feel safe, rebuilding their resilience and support them in their journey towards change. We are seeking a full time (76hrs per fortnight) Coordinator to lead our Housing and Justice programs. This is an engaging and rewarding role, perfectly suited for a positive professional who has experience leading practitioners to provide support to the team who work directly with women and men. The overall purpose of the coordinator role is to provide service coordination and leadership to a team of Recovery Practitioners working with the justice system – Women’s Early Intervention Service and Queensland Drug and Alcohol Court programs. The coordinator will coach, mentor and guide staff in case direction and complex client support. If you are looking for a leadership role where you can have a genuine impact on peoples’ lives this is the opportunity for you. The role also includes participating in an on-call rotating roster. Who we are looking for We are seeking a passionate leader, who thrives when empowering others. This role combines both leadership and service user engagement, so practice and skilled knowledge is an important aspect of the role. We are also looking for the following: Relevant experience in management, case management practices and framework Established ability in leadership and team support, including day to day operational supervision A person-centred focused service background within homelessness, drug and alcohol support, mental health or at-risk families Sound understanding and application of Person-centred, Trauma Informed and Recovery Oriented practice The ability to proactively manage business, human, and fiscal resources Demonstrated ability to develop and implement tools to support service delivery An understanding of change management processes Well-developed written and verbal communication, negotiation and influencing skills Collaborative and productive; able to build rapport and develop relationships with a wide range of stakeholders Solutions-focused with the ability to work as part of team Competency with Microsoft Office; capacity to learn and use other software and systems Qualifications and Credentials Needed: Current Blue Card or ability to obtain one Current National Police Check Current Queensland Driver Licence and own reliable vehicle Degree in Social Work, Human Services, Management or similar field and/or equivalent practical experience What we offer Offering SCHDI award wage CAE Level 4/SAC Level 6 ranging between $51.89 - $54.18 per/hour depending on work experience. Being part of a collaborative and supportive team An attractive remuneration package, including Salary Packaging, package up to $15,900 per year tax free In addition to your tax-free benefit, you can also use up to $2,650of your pre-tax income to pay for entertainment expenses (meals, holiday accommodation etc.) Retail discounts through our employee benefits program Anglicare believes in building an inclusive and diverse workforce and encourages applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, those from cultural and linguistically diverse backgrounds, LGBTIQ communities, people with disabilities and people with a lived experience of mental ill health. What’s next? Apply with your resume and a cover letter outlining your strengths that will help us in making a difference. If you have any questions or require adjustments to the application process, please reach out to Louise McElrea on 07 3028 4600. Applications close on Wednesday 6th March. Applications will be reviewed as they are received and we reserve the right to commence interviews prior to the closing date and/or close this advertisement early if a suitable candidate is selected. Shortlisted applicants will be asked to complete a Pre-Employment Assessment that requires disclosure of pre-existing injuries, illnesses or conditions that could reasonably be aggravated by performing the duties of this position. • Thu, 15 FebAnglicare Southern Queensland
Clinical Manager » Lota, Brisbane - The Aged Care Manager will support the established team culture and create new clinical procedures to ensure a high standard of quality care is met. This small sized home is a fully accredited Aged Care facility is located in Wynnum, QLD - and they are seeking an experienced Clinical Care Manager who is looking for their next step. About the role: Continue The Clinical Manager will report into the Residential Care Manager and will ensure the delivery of quality clinical and holistic person-centred care. They will mentor, train, and lead a strong team of care staff. Duties: Oversee all clinical operations, budgets, supplies, rosters, and staff performance Contribute to strategic development, stakeholder relationships, compliance, and fostering a high-performance workplace culture Skills and experience: Must have tertiary qualification in Nursing and hold un-restricted AHPRA Registration Experience in Aged Care accreditation and the clinical standards, with an advanced understanding of roles and functions of the Department of Social Services Experience in working closely and managing multidisciplinary teams Benefits: Ongoing opportunity for learning and development Impressive Salary Package with Salary Packaging Being a part of a team where kindness and compassion are at the core of their values. How to Apply: If you are passionate about Aged Care and would like to understand more about this opportunity and for a full position description email your CV to hannahlighthouserecruitment.com.au • Wed, 14 FebLighthouse Recruitment
Social Worker Grade 3 - Intensive Commun » Endeavour Hills, VIC - service expectations and performance indicators. As a specialist in Social Work, you will provide expert psychosocial... Manager role when required. The Grade 3 Social Worker will use highly specialised knowledge of theories and evidence... • Wed, 14 FebMonash Health
Coordinator - Homelessness Services Women and Families, Toowong » Toowong, Brisbane - We are looking for an energetic, passionate, and skilled ‘Leader’ to join our team at Toowong in our Homelessness Services Women and Families Service. If your values align with Anglicare’s values of Care Hope Love and Humility, we would love to hear from you. About the Position Anglicare SQ supports women who may be navigating significant challenges in their lives. Homelessness Services Women and Families support women and children at risk of or experiencing homelessness, by offering temporary accommodation and support, while building their capacity to explore opportunities for sustainable housing solutions. Our service focuses on assisting women to feel safe, rebuilding their resilience and support them in their journey towards change. We are seeking a full time (76hrs per fortnight) Coordinator to lead our Queensland Drug & Alcohol Court program and Women's Early Intervention Services. This is an engaging and rewarding role, perfectly suited for a positive professional who has extensive experience as a Coordinator to provide support to the team who work directly with women and children. The overall purpose of the coordinator role is to provide service coordination and leadership to a team of Recovery Practitioners / Case Managers and Recovery Support Workers. The coordinator will coach, mentor and guide staff in case direction and complex client support. If you are looking for a leadership role where you can have a genuine impact on peoples’ lives this is the opportunity for you. The role also includes the ongoing management of the team roster and participating in an on-call rotating roster. Who we are looking for We are seeking a passionate leader, who thrives when empowering others. This role combines both leadership and service user engagement, so practice and skilled knowledge is an important aspect of the role. We are also looking for the following: Relevant experience in management, case management practices and framework Established ability in leadership and team support, including day to day operational supervision A person-centred focused service background within homelessness, mental health or at-risk families Sound understanding and application of Strengths based, Trauma Informed and Recovery Oriented practice Ability to prioritise and work within crisis management within a residential setting The ability to proactively manage business, human, and fiscal resources Demonstrated ability to develop and implement tools to support service delivery An understanding of change management processes Well-developed written and verbal communication, negotiation and influencing skills Collaborative and productive; able to build rapport and develop relationships with a wide range of stakeholders Solutions-focused with the ability to work as part of team Competency with Microsoft Office; capacity to learn and use other software and systems Qualifications and Credentials Needed: Current Blue Card or ability to obtain one Current National Police Check Current Queensland Driver Licence and own reliable vehicle Degree in Social Work, Human Services, Management or similar field and/or equivalent practical experience What we offer Offering SCHDI award wage CAE Level 4/SAC Level 6 ranging between $51.89 - $54.18 per/hour depending on work experience. Being part of a collaborative and supportive team An attractive remuneration package, including Salary Packaging, package up to $15,900 per year tax free In addition to your tax-free benefit, you can also use up to $2,650of your pre-tax income to pay for entertainment expenses (meals, holiday accommodation etc.) Retail discounts through our employee benefits program Anglicare believes in building an inclusive and diverse workforce and encourages applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, those from cultural and linguistically diverse backgrounds, LGBTIQ communities, people with disabilities and people with a lived experience of mental ill health. What’s next? Apply with your resume and a cover letter outlining your strengths that will help us in making a difference. If you have any questions or require adjustments to the application process, please reach out to Louise McElrea on 07 3028 4600. Applications close on Wednesday 6th March. Applications will be reviewed as they are received and we reserve the right to commence interviews prior to the closing date and/or close this advertisement early if a suitable candidate is selected. Shortlisted applicants will be asked to complete a Pre-Employment Assessment that requires disclosure of pre-existing injuries, illnesses or conditions that could reasonably be aggravated by performing the duties of this position. • Wed, 14 FebAnglicare SQ
Clinical Coordinator - Northam /DIDO » Perth, Perth Region - MARS Healthcare are representing a recognised NFP health organisation seeking a Clinical Coordinator to join their Youth and Mental Health service working in Northam, WA. This position will include being a key part of the leadership team operating in the organisations satellite mental health service in Northam. The position is anticipated to operate independently within the leadership team, taking charge of planning and crafting services for young individuals and their families. This role aims to contribute to the ongoing success and growth of their Northam team as well as alternative sites across Perth while ensuring the delivery of high-quality mental health services. About the organisation: This organisation supports the mental and physical well-being of children and adolescents providing a unique range of personalised and integrated services across health, mental health and disability. They provide tailored and easily accessible mental health services and programs spanning Western Australia, aimed at assisting vulnerable individuals aged 12 to 25. About the role: Permanent, part-time position (0.6FTE) - Workdays: Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday Fixed-term contract until November 2024, with likely extension in line with funding. Travel and accomodation can be provided DIDO. Relocation allowance can be consiered. Under the guidance of the Centre Manager, you will be responsible for the duties below: Offer clinical leadership, line management, and consultation to staff and manage day-to-day operations of the team. Efficiently manage resources and rosters for timely service delivery. Train and orient new employees and conduct clinical supervision in line with organisational policies. Supervise psycho-social assessments for client suitability. Manage service delivery and internal/external referrals. Coordinate a comprehensive intake service and process referrals. Coordinate clinical case review and team meetings. Liaise with referrers and services for a coordinated response. Contribute to the vision, strategic planning, and policy development. Review internal practices for efficiency and relevance. Identify opportunities for collaboration and learning. Ensure integration with alternative sites based in Perth. Identify opportunities to support the growth of the Northam site. Provide consultation, liaison, and representation at external forums. Role requirements: Tertiary level qualifications in Social Work, Psychology (clinical, counselling, 42 or 51 pathway), Mental Health Nursing, or Occupational Therapy. Current registration/membership with AHPRA or AASW Proven advanced expertise and experience in working with youth and families, particularly those facing risks of suicide, depression, and/or self-harm. Possesses a deep understanding of the challenges that influence the lives of both families and young individuals. Ability to work with young people and stakeholders from diverse backgrounds, including LGBTIQA, Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander people, CaLD people. A minimum of 3 years' clinical experience post qualification in the NFP sector - desirable NPC dated within 6 months or willingness to obtain one. WWCC or willingness to obtain. WA Driver's License COVID Vaccinations Booster / 2023 Influenza Vaccination Desirable - Previous experience supporting youth in a clinical environment. What's in it for you? Join a clinic staffed with a vibrant team of Health professionals who truly care about your growth. Become an essential part of an established mental health organisation and work within the leadership team. This role offers highly competitive renumeration packages commensurate with experience. Health & wellbeing program. Relocation allowance or accomodation for those who wish to drive in from Perth. Salary packaging available of $15,900 for living expenses $2,650 meal & entertainment. Funded Professional Development. Opportunities for continued growth and development. If you are a passionate Senior OT, Social Worker, Mental Health Nurse or Registered Psychologist with a drive to support clinicians in a innovative mental health organisation, then reach out to me for more information For more information, you can contact Beth Peeney at MARS Recruitment on 08 6315 3603 / bethany.peeneymarsrecruitment.com.au for a confidential discussion or alternatively apply online now • Wed, 14 FebMARS PARTNERSHIP PTY. LTD.
Social Worker » Australia - Position Title Social Worker Employment Type Permanent Part Time Location Wantirna Health Award Classification... Summary Social Worker – Grade 2 Residential Aged Care Services Permanent part-time, 0.2EFT A dynamic and supportive multi... • Tue, 13 FebEastern Health
Housing Officers - Temp and Perm » Melbourne CBD, Melbourne - Are you interested in starting or advancing your career in the field of Social Housing? We currently have several openings for Housing Officers Opportunity Overview: Bring your expertise and passion to collaborative teams located across Melbourne Collaborate with specialized support services to provide tailored assistance, enhancing the lives of individuals facing adversity. Proactively assist tenants in maintaining their tenancy and contribute positively to the community. Whether you're entering the realm of Community Housing or seeking career advancement, these are unique opportunities. Your Responsibilities will include: Managing tenancy processes in accordance with relevant legislation. Cultivating and maintaining strong relationships with tenants, collaborating closely with support services to ensure tenancy sustainability. Overseeing property maintenance, including vacated maintenance, emergency repairs, and responsive maintenance. Conducting annual rent reviews. Maintaining accurate and current data. Handling VCAT disputes, including attending hearings, preparing and serving breach of duty notices, and liaising with Victoria Police as needed. Identifying potential tenants for vacant properties through the Victorian Housing Register and referral sources. Why You Should Consider Joining: Temporary and permanent positions available. Excellent opportunity to expand your experience in non-profit real estate and network with exceptional professionals. Highly fulfilling work where you can significantly improve people's lives and help them achieve/maintain a higher quality of life. Your Skills/Background: Experience or qualifications in Residential Property. Qualifications in a relevant field such as Community Services, Social Housing Management, or similar are advantageous but not mandatory. Strong customer service skills, providing friendly and comprehensive assistance. Excellent administration skills, organizational abilities, and attention to detail. Proficient understanding of the Residential Tenancies Act 1997 and ability to adhere to stringent policies and procedures. Possession of a driver's license and reliable transportation. We highly value diversity and encourage applications from individuals of all backgrounds, including different ages, nationalities, cultures, and abilities, as well as individuals living with disabilities, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, and members of the LGBTQI community. To apply, please send your resume to Emily Nilsson or contact her confidentially at 0405 027 459. • Sat, 10 FebPinpoint Property Recruitment
Program Manager - Food and Financial Assistance » Australia - About Food and Financial Assistance: Anglicare’s Food and Financial Assistance (FFA) program supports people experiencing financial hardship with food, material aid, short-term casework, budgeting skills, Financial Counselling and No-Interest Loans. We work closely with our clients and local communities to help people in immediate crisis and support them to access other supports they may need. Are you highly motivated and effective in building, leading and growing a team? Are you passionate about serving the community through food and financial assistance? This is a rewarding permanent full-time opportunity based in Western Sydney (Mt Druitt and Penrith) About the Role: Anglicare has an exciting opportunity for a Program Manager to join our FFA team. This role is all about building and supporting the Western Sydney FFA team in their essential work supporting vulnerable people in financial hardship. It involves overseeing the day-to-day operations of the team and working with our FFA Leadership Team to keep refining our culture, strategy and practice. Key Responsibilities (not limited to): Provide professional, capable and effective leadership to your team, fostering a strong and unified culture in line with Anglicare’s values. Select and develop capable, mission-aligned staff, oversee their day-to-day work and ensure they are well supported. Contribute to the continuous improvement of FFA service design to ensure we meet the needs of our clients and lead your team to grow and adjust their practice accordingly. Ensure program meets organisational, legislative and funding body requirements by overseeing client service delivery and contributing to program evaluation, including client feedback. Support challenging clients alongside staff and address any complaints or concerns from clients or staff promptly, fairly and clearly. Develop positive working relationships with the local community, including partner churches and other agencies, collaborating closely to maximise outcomes for clients and community. Ensure appropriate administrative and data collection systems are followed to meet organisational, legislative and government requirements. Develop budgets in consultation with Head of Practice and monitor expenditure to ensure program achieves maximum impact within budget. Work closely with FFA Leadership Team to support one another and contribute to collective oversight and development of FFA operations, service model and consistency between teams. Ensure FFA works closely with other programs in your region so clients can easily access the full range of Anglicare services they need. About You: Tertiary qualification applicable to role - Degree in Social Work, Community Services, Management or equivalent. Demonstrated experience in a management or leadership role, successfully supporting a team to develop a positive culture and deliver outcomes. Substantial experience working in social/community services, community development and/or supporting people experiencing financial hardship. Excellent people skills – ability to connect with, understand and interact positively with colleagues, clients and community. A driven , hardworking , flexible and proactive attitude to work. Genuine compassion for people in need and an ability to understand their unique stories. Well-developed written and verbal communication skills, including ability to lead effective meetings and prepare reports. Able and willing to work from multiple locations – this role is primarily based in FFA office locations and in community, with scope for a small amount of remote/flexible work around operational needs. Current NSW Driver’s Licence, and reliable vehicle. Valid Working with Children Check for paid employment. Why Join Anglicare? As a Christian organisation, with a heritage of service spanning 160 years, we serve older people and those who are vulnerable or marginalised by providing a range of accommodation, care and community services. We are motivated to transform the lives of our community with compassion Benefits: Excellent remuneration package and company benefits | NFP salary packaging benefits - reducing your taxable income by $15,900 plus an additional $2,650 for salary packaging accommodation, meals and entertainment | A staff rewards program that gives you discounts from over 400 retailers | Fitness Passport Apply Now Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander candidates are encouraged to apply Anglicare - Jesus Christ honoured, lives enriched, and communities strengthened Anglicare is committed to ensuring the safety and wellbeing of children and young people and has zero tolerance of child abuse. Applicants are encouraged to apply as soon as possible as applications may be reviewed prior to the closing date; closing date is subject to change without notice. • Fri, 09 FebAnglicare
Tharawonga - Early Childhood Educator – Casual » New South Wales, Australia - The position of Early Childhood Educator is responsible for providing high quality children’s services throughout the villages within the Gwydir Shire to ensure that local families have access to early childhood education providing care for the social, emotional, physical and educational needs of infants and young children. Interested applicants must be actively working towards their Certificate III in Early Childhood Education and Care or, have completed this qualification. This position of Early Childhood Educator is classified as Grade 3 in Council’s Competency based salary system with a commencing hourly pay rate of $26.80. Further information regarding this position can be obtained by contacting Suzanne Webber, Social Services Manager on 0427241931 or swebbergwydir.nsw.gov.au . Applications, addressing the selection criteria, are to be addressed to the General Manager, and emailed to mailgwydir.nsw.gov.au by the closing date. • Thu, 08 FebGwydir Shire Council
Client Coordinator » Perth, Perth Region - Company Description At Optimal Resourcing we are focussed on the future of work, workforces and workplaces. We are a total workforce management consultancy dedicated to future-proofing today's businesses. We partner with companies, large and small, to build scalable, capable workforces that change and adapt as their business evolves and grows. With 30 years of experience in designing and implementing people-focussed strategies and structures, we are experts in helping companies respond to industry transitions and stay competitive. Job Description Are you a seasoned Client Services Professional searching for the perfect blend of work and life? Look no further We’re thrilled to offer an exciting hybrid role that has you working from our office one day a week and the rest of the week from the comfort of your home. As our Client Services Professional, you’ll be at the forefront of ensuring our clients receive top-notch service. Your expertise will contribute to maintaining our industry leading standards, all while enjoying the flexibility that fits seamlessly into your lifestyle. Working closely with the Managing Director, you will be responsible for managing front office existing and potential client relationships in the areas of Marketing, Sales and Customer Service activity to continue to grow a Healthy, Profitable and Sustainable business. The key focus of this role is to build and maintain strong relationships with clients through regular communication and to coordinate and support development and implementation of the marketing plan to reach “Ideal Customers”. You will provide the first point of contact for enquiries (phone calls, emails, ad campaigns and website) from potential clients about products and services Maintain records of all existing and potential client communication on the company CRM (Hubspot) Coordinate course and workshop promotional activities Coordinate and monitor course and workshop schedules Qualifications What you will need to succeed: Previous experience working directly with a business owner Prior client services experience Social media management experience across multiple active platforms Intermediate to advanced MS Office Suite experience Excellent verbal and written communication skills Flexibility to adapt to changing priorities A professional and friendly manner A keen eye for detail Strong focus on client experience A strong passion for people and delivering sustainable, fit-for-purpose outcomes High energy, discipline, resilience, self-motivation and results oriented approach Additional Information Embrace the best of both worlds with our hybrid work model, one-day office presence and the flexibility of working remotely for the rest of the week. We understand the importance of balance. Our flexible work arrangements provide the freedom to shape your permanent part-time work schedule (during school hours if need be) totalling 15 hours per week. Join our team of key players who are not just colleagues, but fun, dedicated, credible industry experts. To be considered, you must have full Australian work rights and be based in Perth, Western Australia. Optimal Resourcing is committed to supporting diversity of thinking, skills and experiences, delivering innovation and better business results for our clients. We welcome and encourage people from diverse backgrounds and particularly, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people to apply for this role. If you’re ready for a career move that aligns with your aspirations and provides the work-life balance you’ve been craving, apply now • Wed, 07 FebOptimal Resourcing
Registered Psychologists / Accredited Mental Health Social Workers » Bankstown, NSW - mental health social workers will be considered. For more information contact Amanda Baxter, Senior Clinical Manager...Due to high demand, we are looking for registered psychologists or accredited mental health social workers... • Tue, 06 FebFlourish Australia
Social Worker (Women's Mental Health) » Elsternwick, VIC - Social Worker (Women's Mental Health) Grade 2 position Permanent full-time or part-time position Cabrini..., close to public transport and cafes Myki Commuter discounted fares Cabrini Women's Mental Health Service At Cabrini Women... • Tue, 06 FebCabrini Health
Teacher - Community Services » Swan Hill, Swan Hill Area - Full time, Ongoing Swan Hill Campus SuniTAFE is a vibrant educational community providing vocational education and training for the people of Loddon Mallee North and beyond. We are currently seeking a suitably qualified professional for the role of Teacher – Community Services within the Social Services team at the Swan Hill campus.Under the direction of the Education Delivery Manager – Social Services, the appointee will be required to contribute to planning, marketing, teaching and assessing Community Services qualifications ranging from Certificate I through to Diploma level. The appointee will work closely with the Education Delivery Manager – Social Services and Education Business Unit colleagues to ensure these programs are structured around client demand in Swan Hill and the surrounding regions.Applicants must hold:Tertiary qualifications in the area of delivery are essential to this positionA current Certificate IV Training and Assessment (TAE40116) or willingness to obtain upon commencement. Applications are welcomed from those without a TAE40116 but who hold suitable vocational qualifications and experience. SuniTAFE will provide support to obtain a TAE 40116. Minimum of three years professional industry experienceSuccessful Working with Children Check and Criminal Record check is mandatory.Demonstrated ability to teach in the delivery area at tertiary and higher education level is desirable.Ability to work with a diverse learner population is requiredHighly developed interpersonal and verbal and written communication skills.Well-developed skills in teaching including the ability to select and use a wide range of teaching and assessment strategies appropriate to a diverse student population and the competency standards required.The successful candidate will be required to provide:A successful criminal record check which is less than 6 months oldA working with children checkThis position will remain open until filled. This position is open to Australian residents only or those with current working rights in Australia.For a position description please go to Current Positions | SuniTAFE. For further information please contact Jane Richards, HR Advisor on 03 5022 3972 or jrichardssunitafe.edu.au Sunraysia Institute of TAFE (SuniTAFE) is a child safe organisation that is committed to the safety of children and young people. Please read SuniTAFE's Commitment to Child Safety • Tue, 06 FebSunraysia Institute of TAFE

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