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Associates and Senior Associates, Employment & Safety (Brisbane, Melbourne, Perth & Sydney)

Allens

Your role Our Employment & Safety Team is hiring and we're recruiting multiple lawyers (Associates and Senior Associates) for our growing national practice to be based in Brisbane, Melbourne, Perth and Sydney. We advise on all areas of employment, industrial relations, discrimination and work health and safety law. Our Team Our Employment & Safety Team works closely with our clients to manage employment and safety risks, protect corporate reputation and promote our clients as employers of choice. Our team is committed to delivering exceptional client care - if we spot an issue we raise it; if we spot an opportunity we let our clients know. As an Associate or Senior Associate in the Employment & Safety practice, you will work closely with many parts of the Firm, each with unique backgrounds and life experiences. Harnessing the many talents of our people helps us connect with our clients, solve complex problems, innovate and attract even more great people. We've long been committed to inclusion and diversity and we're proud that there isn't an 'Allens' type'. Our clients work with us because of our diverse teams, market leading quality and service. We are in a significant and exciting growth phase and we are looking to expand our team with high calibre Associates and Senior Associates across a number of locations. As a member of our experienced and friendly team within Australia's leading law firm, you will be challenged, supported and guided as you continue to learn and develop during your career at Allens. Your day The range of services provided by the Employment & Safety Group is varied. Your role within our team could typically include: managing disputes and litigation in tribunals and courts; advising on employment, industrial relations, discrimination and safety matters; managing large underpayment and other employment compliance reviews and regulatory matters; assisting clients with enterprise bargaining and managing industrial disputes; advising on restructuring and the employment aspects of corporate transactions; advising on safety compliance and response to safety incidents; and conducting or advising on workplace investigations. Your clients You'll work closely with clients to understand their businesses to find better ways to manage their employment, industrial relations, discrimination and work health and safety challenges. You will have access to the firm's extensive client base to explore and develop new opportunities and deliver outstanding service. Your role will support several of Australia's largest employers with unique and challenging work environments. Our team works without borders, so you will be able to work on matters in any jurisdiction. This will give you variety in the work that you do and the ability to work with many parts of the firm . Your career trajectory Our Employment & Safety Team is expanding and we're looking for Associates and Senior Associates who have the desire to learn and develop their career with us. We will support you on your journey and will give you access to our career framework when you join, providing a clear understanding of what high performance at each career stage as a lawyer at Allens looks like. We also recognise that every employee's experience is different, and at Allens we know that successful and enjoyable careers come through your focus and commitment to being the best you can be, in an environment where you are supported and encouraged, and have clarity on key processes and decisions. Our career deal is a key part in achieving this; our deal asks you to take the lead for your career, with us providing the coaching and support to help you meet your goals and aspirations. What you'll bring Experience working in an employment and safety team, ideally at a large law firm, international law firm, boutique firm or an in-house position. A strong academic background. An ability to effectively manage matters. A willingness to participate in business development activities, such as pitch documents, firm-wide pursuits, attending industry events and hosting seminars. A desire and ability to grow, both as an employment and safety lawyer and leader. A strong team ethic. An ability to establish a professional profile and internal networks. A willingness to develop others through mentoring and sharing experiences and networks. A willingness to build an understanding of clients and develop effective working relationships. Work pattern This is a permanent opportunity for an Employment & Safety lawyer - Associate or Senior Associate. Allens supports flexibility and we would be happy to discuss what arrangements would work best for you. We also support a hybrid working model, where working from home is part of the norm. About Allens Allens is a leading international law firm with a proud 200-year heritage of shaping the future for our clients, our people and the communities in which we work. From playing a pioneering role in the development of legislation and regulatory frameworks in the Asia region, to acting on numerous 'firsts' across a range of industry and community issues, it is in our DNA to make a difference and help shape what our world looks like. Through our alliance with Linklaters, we offer clients a global network of 40 offices in 28 locations. With Allens, you'll work at the cutting edge of the law on the most complex and innovative deals in the market. You'll work with lawyers and professionals at the top of their game who, like you, strive to get a little better every day. And you'll be supported to take your career wherever you want it to go. What we'll offer You will be an integral part of a high performing, national team and have an opportunity to work with genuine market leaders. At Allens, we provide lifelong learning that develops you personally and professionally, and access to people and leaders who can help you become the best you can be. You'll be given ongoing opportunities to get involved and to take your career all the way. You'll enjoy a range of other benefits including free gym membership, staff discounts with hundreds of suppliers and regular social and sporting activities. Allens also leads the profession in community investment, giving you the opportunity to make a difference through our work on reconciliation, the environment and other social justice issues as well as our workplace giving and volunteering programs. Are you ready to begin? We prefer to hear from you directly. Please submit your resume via our on-line careers site addressed to Charlotte Frith, Senior National Resourcing Manager or contact Charlotte for a confidential discussion on + 61 3 9613 8983. If this isn't the position for you, please tell your friends or colleagues about it.

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... lawyers (Associates and Senior Associates) for our growing national practice to be based in Brisbane, Melbourne, Perth and Sydney. We advise on all areas of employment, industrial relations, discrimination and work ...
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NSW > Sydney

Employee Relations / ER Manager - Part-Time (Brisbane, Melbourne, Perth or Sydney)

Allens

Your role We're recruiting an Employee Relations (ER) Manager to work closely with our Head of Employment Relations & People Policy, to whom this role reports into. This is a fantastic new role for somebody looking for both a strategic and tactical focus in their next position. The opportunity is broad and will allow you to get involved in compliance, risk and policy, and ER issues. Our team Our ER & People Policy Team is a Centre of Expertise and an integral part of the Allens broader People & Development (HR) Department. We are collaborative and we work together to ensure that we are compliant with all our employer obligations. Our role is to effectively identify, mitigate and manage people risk as an organisation. As a team, we care about your personal and professional growth, development and success. As a member of our experienced People and Development Department, within Australia's leading law firm, you will be challenged, supported and guided as you continue to learn and develop during your career at Allens.Your day As an ER Manager, the responsibilities will be broad but could typically include: Providing high quality, practical employment law advice on a range of employment and workplace health and safety matters to internal stakeholders. Supporting the People & Development Consulting Team (our HR Business Partners) to manage ER and people risk issues. Identifying and assessing key people risks and developing policies, systems and processes to mitigate. Auditing and benchmarking of existing policies and practices to ensure compliance with the Legal Services Award and other relevant employment and workplace health and safety laws. Development of best practice guides and materials/training to support the case management of risk associated with performance, termination of employment, investigations, illness or injury. Your clients Our ER & People Policy Team work with and across the full P&D Department but work particularly closely with our People & Development Consulting Team (our HR Business Partners). As an ER Manager, you will also be required to build effective relationships with stakeholders across the Firm , including with lawyers from our Employment & Safety Practice, and other Corporate Services and Legal Staff nationally. Your career trajectory Our ER & People Policy Team is looking for an experienced ER Manager, who has the desire to learn and develop their career with us. We will support you on your journey and will give you access to our career framework when you join, providing a clear understanding of high performance at each career stage at Allens. We also recognise that every employee's experience is different, and at Allens we know that successful and enjoyable careers come through your focus and commitment to being the best you can be, in an environment where you are supported and encouraged and have clarity on key processes and decisions. Our career deal is a key part in achieving this; our deal asks you to take the lead for your career, with us providing the coaching and support to help you meet your goals and aspirations. What you'll bring A broad understanding of employment and Work, Health & Safety legislation, trends and case law. Strong research and writing skills. An ability to make commercial recommendations and judgements. Experience as an Employment Lawyer in private-practice, or in-house exposure in a similar role is highly desirable. Experience as a HR professional with significant, practical ER experience would also be highly regarded. Excellent written and oral communication skills. A consultative approach with strong stakeholder engagement capabilities, across multiple stakeholders at once. An ability to work under pressure. Strong problem solving skills. A flexible, proactive style and a willingness to take ownership. A willingness to develop others through mentoring and sharing experiences and networks. Work pattern We're looking for an ER Manager to work within our team for 2-3 days per week on a contract or permanent basis. We support a hybrid working model where working from home part of the week is the norm. About Allens Allens is a leading international law firm with a proud 200-year heritage of shaping the future for our clients, our people and the communities in which we work. From playing a pioneering role in the development of legislation and regulatory frameworks in the Asia region, to acting on numerous 'firsts' across a range of industry and community issues, it is in our DNA to make a difference and help shape what our world looks like. Through our alliance with Linklaters, we offer clients a global network of 40 offices in 28 locations. With Allens, you'll work at the cutting edge of the law on the most complex and innovative deals in the market. You'll work with lawyers and professionals at the top of their game who, like you, strive to get a little better every day. And you'll be supported to take your career wherever you want it to go. What we'll offer You will be an integral part of a high performing, national team and have an opportunity to work with genuine market leaders. At Allens, we provide lifelong learning that develops you personally and professionally, and access to people and leaders who can help you become the best you can be. You'll be given ongoing opportunities to get involved and to take your career all the way. You'll enjoy a range of other benefits including free gym membership, staff discounts with hundreds of suppliers and regular social and sporting activities. Allens also leads the profession in community investment, giving you the opportunity to make a difference through our work on reconciliation, the environment and other social justice issues as well as our workplace giving and volunteering programs. Are you ready to begin?We prefer to hear from you directly. Please submit your resume via our on-line careers site addressed to Shannon Lyndon-Lugg, Head of Resourcing and Workforce Planning or contact Shannon for a confidential discussion on + 61 3 9613 8790. If this isn't the position for you, please tell your friends or colleagues about it. #ALLENS

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Your role We're recruiting an Employee Relations (ER) Manager to work closely with our Head of Employment Relations & People Policy, to whom this role reports into. This is a fantastic new role for somebody looking for ...
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NSW > NSW North Coast

Nursing Assistant | Taree

Estia Health

Set within a serene bushland environment, Estia Health Taree is a warm and welcoming home that provides residents with every contemporary comfort. It is conveniently located opposite Mayo Private Hospital and moments from transport and the Taree Shopping Complex. About the role Estia Health Taree are looking for Nursing Assistants to join our team on a Part Time or Casual basis to work across a range of shifts. Make a difference in the lives of our residents on a daily basis, ensuring wellbeing and comfort in this role. This role will also involve: You will be responsible for delivering the best possible care to our residents Supporting with daily living tasks (showering, meals etc) Manual handling Following direction from the Registered Nurse/s and managers What we will do for you At Estia Health, our people are the heart of our organisation, we love to see our team develop their careers with us Monthly training offered to solidify your skillset Regular toolbox talks to enhance your current learning Support with Nursing studies and opportunity to progress into a Registered Nurse once complete Placement opportunities for you to practice your mentoring or leadership skills Work in your local community and make a difference to the lives of our residents Annual Flu Shot provided About you You'll bring to the role your passionate and caring nature and you will have: Certificate III or IV in Aged Care/Individual Support Experience in Aged Care (highly regarded) Compassion for the elderly and a can do attitude Excellent clinical documentation skills Excellent communication skills The ability to build positive relationships with your team and residents The right to work in Australia Join us! If you would like to know more, please call us on 02 6539 3700 or by emailing us at taree@estiahealth.com.au. If this sounds like the role for you, click on APPLY NOW! To find out more about Estia Health and the wonderful work we do, please visit and follow our LinkedIn page at https://www.linkedin.com/company/estia-health/Part Time and Casual opportunities available, Monthly training and regular toolbox talks to enhance skillset, Opportunity to internally progress

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... . About the role Estia Health Taree are looking for Nursing Assistants to join our team on a Part Time or Casual basis to work across a range of shifts. Make a difference in the lives of our residents on a daily ...
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NSW > Sydney

Registered Nurses

Estia Health

Estia Health Kogarah is an aged care home with a difference. From its modern architectural design, attractive terraces and city skyline views, Estia Health Kogarah captures the essence of contemporary aged care living. Conveniently located close to public transport, hospitals and Kogarah's town centre, Estia Health Kogarah is in a prime location to cater for all aged care needs. Our multilingual staff provide a warm, quiet and friendly home-like environment for residents with a range of care requirements, including a secure dementia care unit. About the role Estia Health Kogarah are looking for an experienced Registered Nurse to join their team on a casual or part-time basis working across a range of shifts. Must be available for night-shifts. Working in the clinical team, our Registered Nurses inspire others while coordinating the provision of daily care needs to our residents. The role also involves: The provision of clinical care in accordance with legislation and practice within a professional and ethical frame work Completing comprehensive, individual assessments and care plans for new and existing residents Ensuring timely and accurate documentation including ACFI What we will do for you At Estia Health, our people are the heart of our organisation, we love to see our team develop their careers with us Join one of Australia's leading aged care providers in one of the fastest growing industries Lead a team, develop your coaching skills as you work to educate our carers Regular tool box talks so you stay informed on processes Development opportunities such as our Emerging Leaders Program for high performing staff to be mentored by a member of our executive team Work in your local community and make a difference to the lives of our residents About you You'll bring to the role your passionate and caring nature and you will have: Current AHPRA Registration Excellent communication and clinical documentation skills Excellent time management and organisational skills The ability to effectively lead a team (leadership experience highly regarded) Experience working within an Aged Care or similar environment Prior ACFI experience A commitment to keeping yourself and others safe The right to work in Australia Join us! If you would like to know more, please call us on 02 9053 1800 or by emailing us at kogarah@estiahealth.com.au. If this sounds like the role for you, click on APPLY NOW! To find out more about Estia Health and the wonderful work we do, please visit and follow our LinkedIn page at https://www.linkedin.com/company/estia-health/Part-time and casual opportunities available, Development opportunities such as our Emerging Leaders Program, Enjoy working with a supportive and welcoming team!

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... About the role Estia Health Kogarah are looking for an experienced Registered Nurse to join their team on a casual or part-time basis working across a range of shifts. Must be available for night-shifts. Working in ...
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NSW > Sydney

GSO - Kogarah

Estia Health

. GSO - Kogarah At Estia Health, we're proud that each of our aged care homes uniquely represent the residents who choose us, the community that surrounds us and the people we work with. Join Estia Health and support our residents with continuing to live the life they love. We will support, nurture and develop your career in the growing aged care industry. About the role Our Estia Health Kogarah home is looking for a General Service Officer (GSO) to join the team on a Part Time or Casual basis. The GSO will work across three areas in our home, kitchen, cleaning and laundry - we are looking for a candidate who has flexibility to work across a range of shifts and days. At Estia Health, all of our team members play a pivotal role in providing our residents with a great experience whilst living in our homes. As a GSO at Estia Health, you will support our home through providing clean clothing and laundry items for our residents as well as maintaining a safe, clean and home-like living environment for our residents. The GSO will also contribute to providing our residents with a memorable dining experience. About you To be considered for this role, you must be available to work across a range of shifts including day, afternoon and weekend shifts. In addition, you will be a passionate individual and will have the utmost respect, empathy and passion for Aged Care. You will also have: Certificate II or III in Laundry Operations and/or Certificate II or II in Cleaning (highly regarded) Experience in laundry processing practices and cleaning in a residential Aged Care facility or similar (essential) Experienced working in an aged care environment Knowledge and experience in safe chemical handling A commitment to adhering to Work, Health and Safety practices The right to work in Australia What we will do for you At Estia Health, we love to see our team members grow with us. We encourage you to develop your skill and capability and have a range of structured clinical and professional development programs to help you grow your career. Join us! If you are interested in this position and would like to know more, please contact Estia Health Kogarah directly by emailing Kogarah @estiahealth.com.au or calling on 02 9053 1800. To find out more about Estia Health and the wonderful work we do, please visit and follow our LinkedIn page! https://www.linkedin.com/company/3252110/ Part Time/Casual positions - enjoy flexibility!, Great environment and team culture, Prime location close to Kogarah's town centre

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... Health Kogarah home is looking for a General Service Officer (GSO) to join the team on a Part Time or Casual basis. The GSO will work across three areas in our home, kitchen, cleaning and laundry - we are looking for ...
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NSW > Newcastle & Hunter

Food Services Assistant

Estia Health

Estia Health Figtree is a tranquil and welcoming home with a big heart and strong links to the local community. From the bright and airy communal spaces to the landscaped entertaining areas outside, we encourage family and friends to visit loved ones in a relaxed and sociable environment. About the role Estia Health Figtree are looking for experienced Food Services Assistants to join their team on a casual basis working across a range of shifts. Working in the hospitality team, our Food Services Assistants are responsible for providing residents with memorable dining experiences. The role involves: Preparation, presentation and delivery of food and beverages in accordance with the Food Safety Program Washing dishes and cleaning according to the Food Safety Program Adhering to and assisting with general Food Safety compliance activities Contribute to menu planning to meet resident's needs and preferences What we will do for you At Estia Health, our people are the heart of our organisation, we love to see our team develop their careers with us. Join a friendly and welcoming team in a happy and energetic working environment Feel supported by the Head Chef and kitchen team With a number of homes across the country there is opportunity to progress internally! Enjoy working in a beautiful coastal location close to public transport and amenities Estia offers a range of benefits including attractive remuneration packages with workplace banking, novated leases and EAP services Annual Flu Shot provided About you You'll bring to the role your passionate and caring nature and you will have: Experience in a kitchen environment and food services (preferably Residential Aged Care) Demonstrated ability to work within a multi-disciplinary team Effective time management and organisational skills Effective and positive communication skills A friendly and welcoming demeanour Knowledge of Work Health and Safety and a commitment to keep yourself and others safe and well The right to work in Australia Join us! If you would like to know more, please email us at figtree@estiahealth.com.au. If this sounds like the role for you, click on APPLY NOW! To find out more about Estia Health and the wonderful work we do, please visit and follow our LinkedIn page at https://www.linkedin.com/company/estia-health/Start NOW and enjoy the flexibility of this Casual role, Opportunity for internal progression within the team, Regular training to develop your basic cooking and hygiene skills

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... role Estia Health Figtree are looking for experienced Food Services Assistants to join their team on a casual basis working across a range of shifts. Working in the hospitality team, our Food Services Assistants are ...
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NSW > NSW North Coast

Nursing Assistants

Estia Health

Combining stylish living with a home-like charm, Estia Health Forster offers the very best in individualised care and wellbeing. The single-level home is situated close to transport, the Stockland Forster Shopping Centre, specialty shops and local waterways. With bright and relaxing living areas and a variety of events and activities, our residents enjoy the perfect balance of engaging social pursuits and opportunities for quieter times in a supportive environment. About the role Estia Health Forster are looking for Nursing Assistants to join the team on a casual basis, working across a range of morning, afternoon and night shifts including weekends. Delivering the best possible care to our residents (ensuring comfort and wellbeing) Supporting with daily living tasks (showering, meals etc) Manual handling Following direction from the Registered Nurse/s and managers What we will do for you At Estia Health, our people are the heart of our organisation, we love to see our team develop their careers with us Monthly training offered to solidify your skill set. Regular toolbox talks to enhance your current learning Support with Nursing studies and opportunity to progress into a Registered Nurse once complete Placement opportunities for you to practice your leadership and mentoring skills Work in your local community and make a difference to the lives of our residents Annual Flu Shot provided About you You'll bring to the role your passionate and caring nature and you will have: Certificate III or IV in Aged Care/Individual Support (highly regarded) Experience in Aged Care (highly regarded) Compassion for the elderly and a can-do attitude Excellent clinical documentation skills Excellent communication skills The ability to build positive relationships with your team and residents The right to work in Australia Join us! If you would like to know more, please call us on 02 6555 5699 or by emailing us at forster@estiahealth.com.au. If this sounds like the role for you, click on APPLY NOW! To find out more about Estia Health and the wonderful work we do, please visit and follow our LinkedIn page at https://www.linkedin.com/company/estia-health/Casual positions - work according to your lifestyle!, 100 bed modern home with a secure memory support unit, Regular coaching and online training to develop your nursing career

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... work we do, please visit and follow our LinkedIn page at https://www.linkedin.com/company/estia-health/Casual positions - work according to your lifestyle!, 100 bed modern home with a secure memory support unit, Regular ...
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NSW > Newcastle & Hunter

Assistant in Nursing

Estia Health

Estia Health Tea Gardens is a modern, recently-renovated residence that offers a stylish, warm and welcoming ambience. Set in a beautiful natural environment, there is a strong focus here on quality care and attention to the individual needs of all our residents. Close to the local shopping centre, bowls club and golf club, this home provides every comfort. From light-filled lounge areas and contemporary décor to tranquil garden settings, our residents enjoy the perfect combination of stylish living and home-like charm. About the role Estia Health Tea Gardens are looking for experienced Nursing Assistants to join our team on a casual/ part time basis. The successful applicants will work across a range of morning, afternoon and night shifts. Make a difference in the lives of our residents on a daily basis, ensuring well being and comfort. At Estia Health, our team takes great pride in providing our residents with a great experience whilst in our care. As a AIN at Estia Health, you will be responsible for delivering the best possible care and support in all areas of daily living to ensure our residents' wellbeing and comfort. About you You'll bring to the role your passionate and caring nature and you will have: Certificate III or IV in Aged Care/Individual Support Experience in Aged Care (highly regarded) Compassion for the elderly and a can do attitude Excellent clinical documentation skills Excellent communication skills The ability to build positive relationships with your team and residents The right to work in Australia What we will do for you: At Estia Health, our people are the heart of our organisation, we love to see our team develop their careers with us. • Join one of Australia's leading aged care providers in one of the fastest growing industries • Lead a team, develop your coaching skills • Enjoy working a full time role without weekend hours! • Work in your local community and make a difference to the lives of our residents • Opportunity to work across a wide network and learn or mentor others in your peer group • Develop and expand your own skill set with regular development opportunities • Estia offers a range of benefits including attractive remuneration packages with workplace banking, novated leases and EAP services Join us! If you would like to know more, please call us on 02 4919 7000 or by emailing us at teagardens@estiahealth.com.au. If this sounds like the role for you, click on APPLY NOW! To find out more about Estia Health and the wonderful work we do, please visit and follow our LinkedIn page at https://www.linkedin.com/company/estia-health/Part time and casual positions available at Tea Gardens, Motivated team in a structured environment!, A range of shifts available

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... the role Estia Health Tea Gardens are looking for experienced Nursing Assistants to join our team on a casual/ part time basis. The successful applicants will work across a range of morning, afternoon and night shifts ...
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NSW > Sydney

Registered Nurses

Estia Health

From impressive award-winning architecture and attractive courtyard gardens to cosy lounge areas and magnificent views, Estia Health Kilbride reflects the style and comfort that is offered to all our residents. Set in a quiet street with views of the mountains, the home is a short drive to the Rosemeadow shopping area. Friendly multicultural staff, an engaging lifestyle program and strong connections to the local community make this a welcoming and pleasant place to be. About the role Estia Health Kilbride are looking for experienced Registered Nurses to join their team on a Casual basis working across a range of morning, afternoon and evening shifts. Working in the clinical team, our Registered Nurses inspire others while coordinating the provision of daily care needs to our residents. The role also involves: The provision of clinical care in accordance with legislation and practice within a professional and ethical frame work Completing comprehensive, individual assessments and care plans for new and existing residents Ensuring timely and accurate documentation including ACFI What we will do for you At Estia Health, our people are the heart of our organisation, we love to see our team develop their careers with us Join one of Australia's leading aged care providers in one of the fastest-growing industries Lead a team and develop your coaching skills as you work to educate our carers Regular toolbox talks so you stay informed on processes Development opportunities such as our Emerging Leaders Program for high performing staff to be mentored by a member of our executive team Work in your local community and make a difference to the lives of our residents About you You'll bring to the role your passionate and caring nature, you will also have: Current AHPRA Registration Experience in an in-charge capacity Excellent communication and clinical documentation skills Excellent time management and organisational skills The ability to effectively lead a team (leadership experience highly regarded) Experience working within an Aged Care or similar environment Prior ACFI experience A commitment to keeping yourself and others safe The right to work in Australia Join us! If you would like to know more, please email us at kilbride@estiahealth.com.au. If this sounds like the role for you, click on APPLY NOW! To find out more about Estia Health and the wonderful work we do, please visit and follow our LinkedIn page at https://www.linkedin.com/company/estia-health/Enjoy the flexibility of this casual role, Development opportunities such as our Emerging Leaders Program, Enjoy working with a supportive and welcoming team!

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... About the role Estia Health Kilbride are looking for experienced Registered Nurses to join their team on a Casual basis working across a range of morning, afternoon and evening shifts. Working in the clinical team, our ...
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NSW > Sydney

Assistant in Nursing

Estia Health

Assistant in Nursing - Kogarah At Estia Health, we're proud that each of our aged care homes uniquely represent the residents who choose us, the community that surrounds us and the people we work with. Join Estia Health and support our residents with continuing to live the life they love. We will support, nurture and develop your career in the growing aged care industry. About the role Estia Health Kogarah are looking for experienced Nursing Assistants to join our team on a casual or part-time basis. The successful applicants will work across a range of morning, afternoon and night shifts with availability from Monday to Friday. Make a difference in the lives of our residents on a daily basis, ensuring wellbeing and comfort. At Estia Health, our team takes great pride in providing our residents with a great experience whilst in our care. As an AIN at Estia Health, you will be responsible for delivering the best possible care and support in all areas of daily living to ensure our residents' wellbeing and comfort. About you You'll bring to the role your passionate and caring nature and you will have: Certificate III or IV in Aged Care/Individual Support Experience in Aged Care (highly regarded) Compassion for the elderly and a can do attitude Excellent clinical documentation skills Excellent communication skills The ability to build positive relationships with your team and residents The right to work in Australia What we will do for you: At Estia Health, our people are the heart of our organisation, we love to see our team develop their careers with us Join one of Australia's leading aged care providers in one of the fastest growing industries Work in your local community and make a difference to the lives of our residents Develop and expand your own skill set with regular training and development opportunities Estia offers a range of benefits including attractive remuneration packages with workplace banking, novated leases and EAP services Annual Flu Shot provided Join us! If you would like to know more, please call us on (02) 9053 1800 or by emailing us at kogarah@estiahealth.com.au. If this sounds like the role for you, click on APPLY NOW! To find out more about Estia Health and the wonderful work we do, please visit and follow our LinkedIn page at https://www.linkedin.com/company/estia-health/Casual and part time available, Join a supportive and friendly team!, Career development opportunities!

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... About the role Estia Health Kogarah are looking for experienced Nursing Assistants to join our team on a casual or part-time basis. The successful applicants will work across a range of morning, afternoon and night ...
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NSW > Sydney

Registered Nurses

Estia Health

From impressive award-winning architecture and attractive courtyard gardens to cosy lounge areas and magnificent views, Estia Health Kilbride reflects the style and comfort that is offered to all our residents. Set in a quiet street with views of the mountains, the home is a short drive to the Rosemeadow shopping area. Friendly multicultural staff, an engaging lifestyle program and strong connections to the local community make this a welcoming and pleasant place to be. About the role Estia Health Kilbride are looking for experienced Registered Nurses to join their team on a Casual basis working across a range of morning, afternoon and evening shifts. Working in the clinical team, our Registered Nurses inspire others while coordinating the provision of daily care needs to our residents. The role also involves: The provision of clinical care in accordance with legislation and practice within a professional and ethical frame work Completing comprehensive, individual assessments and care plans for new and existing residents Ensuring timely and accurate documentation including ACFI What we will do for you At Estia Health, our people are the heart of our organisation, we love to see our team develop their careers with us Join one of Australia's leading aged care providers in one of the fastest-growing industries Lead a team and develop your coaching skills as you work to educate our carers Regular toolbox talks so you stay informed on processes Development opportunities such as our Emerging Leaders Program for high performing staff to be mentored by a member of our executive team Work in your local community and make a difference to the lives of our residents About you You'll bring to the role your passionate and caring nature, you will also have: Current AHPRA Registration Experience in an in-charge capacity Excellent communication and clinical documentation skills Excellent time management and organisational skills The ability to effectively lead a team (leadership experience highly regarded) Experience working within an Aged Care or similar environment Prior ACFI experience A commitment to keeping yourself and others safe The right to work in Australia Join us! If you would like to know more, please email us at kilbride@estiahealth.com.au. If this sounds like the role for you, click on APPLY NOW! To find out more about Estia Health and the wonderful work we do, please visit and follow our LinkedIn page at https://www.linkedin.com/company/estia-health/Enjoy the flexibility of this casual role, Development opportunities such as our Emerging Leaders Program, Enjoy working with a supportive and welcoming team!

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... About the role Estia Health Kilbride are looking for experienced Registered Nurses to join their team on a Casual basis working across a range of morning, afternoon and evening shifts. Working in the clinical team, our ...
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NSW > Sydney

Talent Sourcing Specialists

Korn Ferry

About Korn Ferry Korn Ferry is a global organisational consultancy business with expertise across Recruitment Process Outsourcing (RPO), Professional and Executive Search and HR consultancy products and services. Our RPO business is one the best in the market and acts as the in-house recruitment team for our clients, providing seamless end-to-end recruitment solutions. Our team are the driving force behind finding great talent for some of Australasia's most well-known businesses including Fonterra, nbn, PayPal and Nike. Think strategic, value-add recruitment without the business development! About the role We currently have multiple casual contracts available for enthusiastic, proactive recruitment professionals to join our team. These roles will be suitable for candidates looking for true flexibility, without the full-time commitment. This year we've established a “work from anywhere” plan to encourage and support team members to balance personal needs whilst ensuring our business needs are met. We come together occasionally to learn, share and socialise and at other times our team members have the opportunity to work from a location that suits them. Join one great company. Work for another. This is not one great career opportunity - it's two About You We are seeking someone who can demonstrate adaptability and agility, with a positive attitude to building relationships and achieving results. You will have; Previous recruitment experience - agency or in-house Prior proactive/strategic sourcing experience across multiple sourcing platforms would be advantageous Confidence in working with senior internal and external stakeholders Strong written and verbal communication skills and excellent time management In this fast-paced and varied role you'll utilise your strong organisational skills to stay on-top of deadlines and use your communication skills to keep all your stakeholders informed along the way. So, if you're looking for high performing team with a friendly and collaborative atmosphere, then this is it! Other Korn Ferry is an Equal Employment Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer - Minority/Female/Disability/ Veteran. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, age, or veteran status or any other characteristic protected by federal, state, or local law. If you currently work for Korn Ferry or one of our affiliates, you must be eligible to apply for a different position within Korn Ferry to use the Careers Site. If you accept such a position, your benefits programs and Human Resources policies may change. Please consult with your HR contact for the new position concerning application eligibility, benefit programs, and HR policies applicable to that position.

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... , value-add recruitment without the business development! About the role We currently have multiple casual contracts available for enthusiastic, proactive recruitment professionals to join our team. These roles will ...
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First Aid Trainer

Australian Red Cross

Casual position Flexible hours Sydney, NSW location Who we are Australian Red Cross is part of the world's largest humanitarian organisation. Our aim is to improve the lives of the most vulnerable people in Australia and across our region. About the role The position will be responsible for ensuring the delivery and assessment of first aid courses on behalf of Red Cross Training Services (RCTS). You will deliver Training & Assessment following RCTS facilitator guides using only RCTS endorsed course materials. What you will bring Prior experience in delivering the specified accredited unit/s or course/s to a variety of clientele across a range of industries Demonstrated current (within last two years) industry experience in the provision of first aid High level of verbal and written communication and ability to communicate effectively with a wide range of people TAE40110 Certificate IV in Training and Assessment HLTAID006 Provide advanced first aid Demonstrated understanding of the ASQA compliance requirements A current Australian Driver's licence and Working with Children Check is mandatory for this role. Why work with us Be part of one of the largest humanitarian organisations and know that the work contributes to improving outcomes for vulnerable people. You can access flexible working arrangements and generous salary packaging options that can increase your take home pay by paying certain expenses using pre-tax dollars up to $15,900 a year. Further information For further information about this role, please refer to the position description attached below or contact Craig King on 0403 088 042. Position description: First Aid Trainer - Jan20 Final.pdf Applications for this position will close at 11:55pm on Tuesday 6th April 2021.

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Casual position Flexible hours Sydney, NSW location Who we are Australian Red Cross is part of the world's largest humanitarian organisation. Our aim is to improve the lives of the most vulnerable people in ...
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NSW > Sydney

Cleaning Attendant

Estia Health

Situated across from beautiful Bexley Park with stunning views, Estia Health Bexley is a luxury residence that excels in every aspect of care, comfort and ambience. The residence is close to public transport, shops and other amenities, offering a pleasant and welcoming lifestyle where personalised care and attention to detail are paramount. About the role Estia Health Bexley are looking for a Cleaning Attendant to join their team on a Casual basis, working across shifts available Monday to Sunday, 7am to 3pm. As a Cleaning Attendant at Estia Health, you will support our residents' and team by maintaining a safe, clean and home-like living environment. The role involves: Cleaning duties including mopping, vacuuming, dusting, waste management, restocking of supplies, cleaning and sorting laundry Adhering to infection control principles, WHS requirements including the safe storage and use of chemicals and complete cleaning requirements according to facility schedules Maintaining adequate supplies of toilet paper, soap and other cleaning and hygiene supplies for resident use What we will do for you At Estia Health, our people are the heart of our organisation, we love to see our team develop their careers with us Join one of Australia's leading aged care providers in one of the fastest growing industries Work in your local community and make a difference to the lives of our residents Develop and expand your own skillset with regular training and development opportunities Estia offers a range of benefits including attractive remuneration packages with workplace banking, novated leases and EAP services Annual Flu Shot provided About you You'll bring to the role your passionate and caring nature and a drive to maintain a clean and inviting environment for our residents, visitors and team. You will also have: Certificate II or III in Cleaning (highly regarded) Experience in a similar or related role Knowledge of and experience in safe chemical handling Work Health and Safety knowledge and a commitment to keeping yourself and others safe The right to work in Australia Join us! If you would like to know more, please email us at bexley@estiahealth.com.au. If this sounds like the role for you, click on APPLY NOW! To find out more about Estia Health and the wonderful work we do, please visit and follow our LinkedIn page at https://www.linkedin.com/company/estia-health/Choose the hours you work and start NOW, Opportunities to cross-train across other roles, Regular Infection Control and Safety training provided

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... . About the role Estia Health Bexley are looking for a Cleaning Attendant to join their team on a Casual basis, working across shifts available Monday to Sunday, 7am to 3pm. As a Cleaning Attendant at Estia Health ...
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NSW > Sydney

Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander Support Assistant

Australian Red Cross

Australian Red Cross considers that being Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander is a genuine occupational qualification of this role under s 14 of the Anti-Discrimination Act 1977 (NSW) Casual position Flexible hours Blacktown, NSW location About us Australian Red Cross is part of the world's largest humanitarian organisation. Our aim is to improve the lives of the most vulnerable people in Australia and across our region. About the role The Social Support Assistant will contribute to the effective and efficient day to day delivery of TeleYarn and the Wolkara Elder's Group to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander community members. The position will be responsible for working with the team to support Elders and indigenous clients to access TeleYarn, the Elders Group and home visits through the Community Visitors Scheme. This may include making wellbeing calls to clients, entering information in the Client Case Management system, escalating any issues of concern to the Team Leader, supporting information and referral pathways, assisting with logistics, transport and support at weekly Elders group sessions. The role may also assist with support to volunteers working the groups as well. What you will bring Demonstrated knowledge, understanding and empathy for the social, health and community needs of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders Well-developed interpersonal, communication and consultation skills including the ability to communicate effectively and work in partnership with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people and people from other cultures Demonstrated work within a multi-disciplinary team Proven ability to build and maintain relationships with diverse stakeholders Demonstrated ability to manage multiple tasks and problem solve Basic proficiency in MS Office or similar software and experience using databases A current Working with Children Check and Australian Drivers licence is mandatory for this role. Why work with us Be part of one of the largest humanitarian organisations and know that the work contributes to improving outcomes for vulnerable people. You can access flexible working arrangements and generous salary packaging options that can increase your take home pay by paying certain expenses using pre-tax dollars up to $15,900 a year. Further information For further information about this role, please refer to the position description attached below or contact Debra Hansel on 0400 234 586. Position description: Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Support Assistant.pdf Applications for this position will close at 11:55pm on Thursday 15th April 2021.

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... genuine occupational qualification of this role under s 14 of the Anti-Discrimination Act 1977 (NSW) Casual position Flexible hours Blacktown, NSW location About us Australian Red Cross is part of the world's ...
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NSW > Newcastle & Hunter

Assistant in Nursing

Estia Health

Estia Health Tea Gardens is a modern, recently-renovated residence that offers a stylish, warm and welcoming ambience. Set in a beautiful natural environment, there is a strong focus here on quality care and attention to the individual needs of all our residents. Close to the local shopping centre, bowls club and golf club, this home provides every comfort. From light-filled lounge areas and contemporary décor to tranquil garden settings, our residents enjoy the perfect combination of stylish living and home-like charm. About the role Estia Health Tea Gardens are looking for 2 experienced Nursing Assistants to join our team on a part-time basis with of up to 74 hours per fortnight on offer. The successful applicants will be flexible and dependable to work across a range of morning and afternoon shifts (nights if required), and as such must adjust to roster changes as needed on a weekly/fortnightly basis. Make a difference in the lives of our residents daily, ensuring wellbeing and comfort. At Estia Health, our team takes great pride in providing our residents with a great experience whilst in our care. As a AIN at Estia Health, you will be responsible for delivering the best possible care and support in all areas of daily living to ensure our residents' wellbeing and comfort. About you You'll bring to the role your passionate and caring nature and you will have: Certificate III or IV in Aged Care/Individual Support Experience in Aged Care (highly regarded) Compassion for the elderly and a can do attitude Excellent clinical documentation skills Excellent communication skills The ability to build positive relationships with your team and residents The right to work in Australia What we will do for you: At Estia Health, our people are the heart of our organisation, we love to see our team develop their careers with us. • Join one of Australia's leading aged care providers in one of the fastest growing industries • Lead a team, develop your coaching skills • Enjoy working a full time role without weekend hours! • Work in your local community and make a difference to the lives of our residents • Opportunity to work across a wide network and learn or mentor others in your peer group • Develop and expand your own skill set with regular development opportunities • Estia offers a range of benefits including attractive remuneration packages with workplace banking, novated leases and EAP services Join us! If you would like to know more, please call us on 02 4919 7000 or by emailing us at teagardens@estiahealth.com.au. If this sounds like the role for you, click on APPLY NOW! To find out more about Estia Health and the wonderful work we do, please visit and follow our LinkedIn page at https://www.linkedin.com/company/estia-health/Part time and casual positions available at Tea Gardens, Motivated team in a structured environment!, A range of shifts available

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Senior Consultants, Managers, Associate Directors - People & Change Advisory, Transformational Change

KPMG

Play an integral role in helping clients transform their organisations Help us bring innovation to the way we work Immerse yourself in an inclusive, diverse and supportive culture KPMG Australia is part of a global network providing management consulting, tax and audit services across a wide range of industries and sectors. Our people collaborate and innovate as we partner with clients to solve complex challenges, empower change, drive disruption and growth. We look for talented people with the potential to make an extraordinary difference for our clients, our firm and our communities. Our experienced team of People & Change Advisors work with Government and commercial organisations to unlock the potential within their human capital and help through periods of significant transformational change. We focus on high impact change in the areas of Organisational Design for Performance, Behavioural Change Management, Talent Management, Workforce Optimisation, Leadership Development, Culture enhancement, Corporate Affairs and Workplace Relations. The KPMG People & Change Melbourne and Sydney teams are growing, and we are seeking to engage an exceptional candidate with experience in leading the delivery of large-scale change on engagements of a transformational nature - this may include Strategy, Service Delivery/Operating Model, Process Design, Governance, and Technology. We are looking for Senior Consultants, Managers and Associate Directors who can help drive our continued delivery excellence as well as support growth of our public and private sector client accounts. Successful candidates will have a proven track record in change management consulting or have held relevant roles within industry. Your Opportunity Associate Director (Sydney, Melbourne) As an Associate Director, with a minimum of 7 years' of relevant experience, you will: Lead and support teams (including matrix and virtual teams) to deliver high quality transformational change engagements - this will make up the majority of your time Support clients to analyse change impacts and identify, design and implement practical strategies to assist impacted staff and stakeholders (including leadership alignment, engagement activities, communications, training, business/operational readiness activities); Technology Implementation: Lead client-facing change elements of system implementation programs Lead and support bid and business development activity, including responding to requests for tender, client presentations, development of thought leadership/articles for publication Actively support our people through coaching and development of team members and acting as a Performance Development Manager for one or more staff Lead the development and evolution of methodologies and intellectual capital including contributing to thought leadership and knowledge management Manager (Sydney) As a Manager, with 4-7 years of relevant experience, you will: Manage one or more client engagements or components of large-scale engagements, as well as individually contribute to quality work on the engagement. Provide input and contribute to the planning and delivery of engagements including work plans, timelines, project management and resource allocation Provide coaching and leadership to the Consultant and Senior Consultant teams to develop their capabilities, supply chain knowledge and their contribution, always maximizing engagement and quality outcomes. Senior Consultant (Sydney) As a Senior Consultant, with up to 4 years of relevant experience, you will: You will take ownership of your own activity streams within projects Apply your strategic problem solving, data analysis, report writing and project management skills, harnessing your truly customer centric approach and passion for achieving great results for your client How are you Extraordinary? With a strong background in Transformational Change, you will have a passion for achieving business outcomes utilising best practice change frameworks. Potential candidates will therefore have an experience and knowledge profile which includes: Have demonstrable experience (Minimum 7+ years) of Transformation Change in industry or as a management consultant. Must have deep and relevant experience evidenced by a demonstrable track record of shaping, planning and delivering transformation, preferably involving technology implementations. Proven technical capability in the design and delivery of the following: Change Strategy and Plan Stakeholder Engagement approach Change Impact Assessment and associated change intervention strategies Operational/Business Readiness Capability Uplift Have strong advisory and client relationship skills; Are a self-motivated individual who enjoys working in strong, collaborative team environments; Proactively build and maintain strategic relationships with key internal and external stakeholders (including comfort in engaging with executive-level clients). The KPMG Difference Our people are focused on creating a diverse and dynamic environment that embraces and values differences. We value the variety of unique experiences, qualities and characteristics our people possess and we share and learn from each other. We are proud to be consistently recognised as an employer of choice for women, and for our achievements in LGBT+ workplace inclusion. Our commitment to flexibility allows our people to manage the changing demands of work, personal or family life. Explore the links below to hear our people share their experience @ KPMG: Flexibility empowers wellbeing Flexibility enables contribution to the community Flexibility inspires technology & innovation Flexibility supports family Make KPMG the clear choice for your career and be Extraordinary!

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... management consulting or have held relevant roles within industry. Your Opportunity Associate Director (Sydney, Melbourne) As an Associate Director, with a minimum of 7 years' of relevant experience, you ...
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Experienced Consultant

L.E.K Consulting

L.E.K. is a global strategy consulting firm with offices across Europe, the Americas and Asia-Pacific. We counsel our clients on their key strategic issues, leveraging our deep industry expertise and using analytical rigor to help them make informed decisions more quickly and solve their toughest and most critical business problems. L.E.K has 19 offices around the globe with over 1600 staff. In Australia, our offices are based in Sydney and Melbourne with approximately 100 staff and 17 Partners. When you join L.E.K., you'll enjoy all the benefits of a large, multinational organisation along with the advantages of being part of a close team working in an approachable, collaborative and supportive environment. You'll be surrounded by highly motivated, high-achieving professionals who strive to have a transformational impact every day. Consultants have a high level of responsibility in guiding and managing the case team and working closely with clients to ensure the effective implementation of recommendations. Specific responsibilities include: Identifying the critical issues - Consultants work with Partners and Managers to outline the client's key business issues that need resolution. L.E.K. Consultants develop the business acumen necessary to quickly identify key client issues early in their career. Structuring analyses - Once the key issues have been identified, the Consultant typically forms a plan to find the answers to these critical questions. The Consultant will lay out the strategy to the team for finding the information, for instance market growth drivers, competitive profiling, or broad market trends. Managing the team's day-to-day activities - L.E.K. hires two Associates for every one Consultant, implying that the management of less experienced colleagues is as much a part of the Consultant role as solving business issues. A significant responsibility of L.E.K. Consultants is the guidance and mentorship of Associates on a day-to-day basis. Solving the case - Our clients expect high quality, actionable answers to their business problems. L.E.K. Consultants ensure the team is on-track to accurately solve the problem and deliver an answer. Consultants supervise analyses, develop the structure for the final output, provide quality control, and in most cases, participate in the delivery of the case conclusion to the client's senior management team. Turning strategy into action : L.E.K. Consultants work closely with senior members of the client organisation to ensure that the strategies are actioned, and the impact realised. The Consultant role typically involves facilitating workshops to reach consensus on the approach, the development and rollout of tools to track progress against the key steps and milestones and working collaboratively with the client to ensure successful implementation of the strategic initiatives. The role of an L.E.K. Consultant is differentiated from the broader market in a number of ways: Immediate Management Responsibility - L.E.K. case team structure allows new Consultants the opportunity to manage Associates from day one. Upward Mobility - L.E.K. is a meritocracy with a young, entrepreneurial culture. Professionals are promoted commensurate with their capabilities and contribution. International Experience - Approximately one-third of L.E.K. projects involve an international component, which allows Consultants to work in international case teams or, if they choose, to relocate to international offices on either a temporary or a full-time basis. Fun, Stimulating Work Environment - The average age of our professional staff is 29, and a strong spirit of camaraderie and collaboration exists among all levels. Exposure - As generalists, L.E.K. Consultants get the opportunity to work across a range of different industries, on a variety of strategy, transaction advice and strategy activation cases. Collaboration - Extensive collaboration with senior clients and the opportunity to work closely with partners on a day to day basis creates ongoing learning opportunities for L.E.K. Consultants. Qualifications and Experience L.E.K. seeks highly motivated, creative, and entrepreneurial candidates who possess strong analytical and problem-solving skills, effective interpersonal and communication skills, leadership qualities, and uncompromising ethics. The ideal candidate will bring: 4-5 year's experience in management consulting is essential Demonstrated ability to lead a team and willingness to travel Excellent written, analytical and verbal skills Ability to work in a fast-paced, growing and dynamic environment with integrity, patience and a sense of humour We are seeking experienced management consultants to join our team and hit the ground running, so please only apply if you have the relevant experience. We are also open to flexible working arrangements including: job share, part-time and flexitime.

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Senior Consultant - Sustainability Services

KPMG

KPMG is one of the most trusted and respected global professional services firms. Through depth of expertise, clarity of insight and strength of purpose, we help our clients solve complex challenges and navigate change. We empower them to strengthen, transition and grow sustainably and responsibly in accordance with leading practice. KPMG is looking for talented Sustainability Professionals who share our purpose of inspiring confidence and empowering change for our clients, our people, our communities and our planet. KPMG works with clients to help them respond to sustainability risks and opportunities. Projects cover a broad range of topics including ESG Risk, EHS performance & compliance auditing, reporting strategy and assurance, sustainability strategy, target and KPI development, impact quantification, sustainability in supply chains, responsible investing, carbon farming and climate change resilience, environmental mine closure, circular economy, environmental technical reviews, policy & guideline development and ESG due diligence. In response to growing client demand for our sustainability services, there are exciting opportunities for experienced Sustainability Professionals to join our teams in Melbourne, Sydney and Perth . Your new role We offer the opportunity to leverage your existing strong sustainability advisory skills set across an exciting, growing and diverse portfolio of engagements and sectors. You would be a key team member, delivering quality work in a range of topics in concurrent engagements across a range of industry sectors. Provide technical knowledge, direction and guidance to junior team members. Contribute to effective engagement management by achieving the required realisation, revenue and profitability targets. Contribute to the day to day management of the team on engagements including coaching, providing constructive feedback and performance development. Increased focus on business development and building networks. You will have the opportunity to broaden your existing skills through exposure to a diverse range of projects, services and clients. As an example, some our current engagements include: EHS compliance auditing for large infrastructure and mining projects Assisting clients to assess the material sustainability risks for their businesses Water footprint development and maximising water efficiency, re-use and recycling Supporting clients to develop carbon farming projects Providing assurance over sustainability reporting and NGER submissions Supporting clients with developing sustainability strategies Assurance of emissions and energy reporting across a range of industry sectors Environmental reporting Carbon neutrality assessments Assisting clients to assess their business risks, opportunities and disclosures in line with the recommendations of the Task Force on Climate-Rated Financial Disclosure (TCFD) Key expected leadership and behaviours are: Inspires others by developing and motivating, being a champion of inclusion and connecting individuals by building collaboration. Demonstrates a growth mindset by growing self, others and client relationships through self-awareness, innovation, and an exceptional client experience. Makes an impact by driving quality, bringing a strategic perspective, and tackling difficult decisions by exercising sound, ethical business judgement. Participates in initiatives to drive cultural improvements. Contributes to inclusion and diversity by role modelling inclusive behaviours and providing feedback to others as needed. You bring to the role For you to be successful in this position you will ideally have a combination of the following: Experience in the provision of sustainability advisory services (as a consultant or in an industry/government role) Ability to manage a project, team and budget Demonstrable experience in one or more of the listed sustainability themes and topics Coaching skills Ability to work to tight deadlines Degree in environmental or natural sciences, including engineering, with an environmental or science focus or an equivalent degree. A Master's degree will be favourably considered. What we offer you We offer rewarding careers for outstanding professionals, ongoing learning and development opportunities, a collaborative and inclusive culture and flexible and agile work practices that focus on our people's wellbeing to drive innovation and entrepreneurship. We believe that our business plays a distinct and vital role in helping solve important social, economic and environmental issues. KPMG Australia harnesses the passion and capabilities of our people to empower positive change with our clients and in our communities. We believe that our nation can never reach its full potential until everyone has equal access to opportunity. Our Corporate Citizenship approach focuses our efforts on driving change for Indigenous Australia, Mental Health, Climate Action and Lifelong Learning and the founding principle to leave no-one behind. Underpinning our approach are the UN Sustainable Development Goals, a global blueprint to achieve a better and more sustainable future for people and planet, including: Indigenous Australia - SDG 10, Reduced Inequalities; Mental Health - SDG 3, Good Health and Wellbeing; Climate Action - SDG 13, Climate Action; and Lifelong Learning - SDG 4, Quality Education. By following the SDG framework, business will prosper. And when we acknowledge the interdependency of our world and bring everyone on the journey, we mitigate risk, open up new markets and bring hope to future generations. We believe diversity of thought, background and experience strengthens relationships and delivers meaningful benefits to our people, our clients and communities. We are consistently recognised as an employer of choice for women, and our inclusive culture promotes the development of our people irrespective of gender, ethnicity, generation, flexible work status, family circumstances, sexual orientation or disability. Go Beyond Your Potential. Please apply for this position by submitting your confidential application online.

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Customer Experience Consultant

Eclipx Group

Ready for a challenge? Opportunity to be a part of one of the most exciting customer service teams in the Fleet Space - APPLY NOW! Revolutionise Customer Experience; Be part of a fast-paced, collaborative team; Multiple Locations available. Our Story so far… Eclipx Group (ECX) has been operating a number of very successful Automotive Financial Services businesses (Fleet Partners, FleetPlus & FleetChoice) for over 15 years. We have recently embarked on an exciting company transformation and the final piece of the puzzle is the establishment of an epic Sales and Customer service team. Be part of the revolution of the Fleet Industry… About your Position… We currently have an exciting career opportunity for an experienced Customer Experience Consultant to join our dynamic Novated Sales and Customer Experience Team at our Sydney or Melbourne office. You will be responsible for: Management of a variety of customer queries concerning novated leasing and salary packaging; Guiding customers through the leasing life-cycle; Proactively contacting customers and internal stakeholders to resolve customer cases and queries; Actively answering inbound calls and email queries from customers; Managing and prioritising a combination of both inbound phone and email-based customer cases and queries; Delivering exceptional Customer service to every customer. What we are looking for: Demonstrated ability in a fast-paced customer service environment; Outstanding verbal and written communication skills; Prior experience in an inbound customer call-centre environment; High attention to detail, problem-solving skills and ability to multitask; Ability to work both autonomously and as part of a dynamic team; Passion for providing the best customer experience; Ability to adapt to different customer queries and apply knowledge of various products and services; Fleet or leasing experience or exposure in the automotive industry desirable. What's in it for you… An attractive remuneration package - including base salary, super and incentive scheme; Added benefits - Including staff discounts, salary packaging, novated vehicle lease, flexibility to work from different sites and from home; Training and Education - We pride ourselves in helping you realise your potential and allowing you to be innovative and grow; An exciting career - As our business grows, so do the opportunities for our people! If you think you have what it takes please reach out to us - we can't wait to hear from you!

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Senior Accountant- Enterprise Audit- Korean Business Practice

KPMG

Join KPMG's Enterprise External Audit Division - Korean Business Practice and start planning your future We do our best work together Learn how we value, celebrate and support our employees KPMG Australia is part of a global network providing extensive services across a wide range of industries and sectors. Our people collaborate, share their expertise and create innovation as we partner with clients to solve complex challenges, empower change, drive, disruption and growth. We look for talented people with the potential to make an extraordinary difference for our clients, our firm and our communities. Our Korean Business Practice are dedicated to working with the Korean market and provide valuable advice and solutions to our clients. The auditing world is changing and we want you to come help us change it. Standardisation, automation and digitalisation is the future of audit at KPMG. Questioning 'why' is the environment we encourage and where our people strive. KPMG want you to have the ability to challenge the way things were done in the past while working on multiple industries and high profile brands - because we believe 'if you never stretch, you never grow!' Joining us means you will be part of an agile and flexible working environment that can offer you best in class learning and personal development opportunities. Not to mention an array of benefits including annual flu vaccinations, volunteer leave, discounted health insurance, MS Office for home products and a load of retail discounts. The Audit & Assurance team provides value to our clients through the delivery of specialised quality audit and assurance services. We collaborate with a broad range of clients including ASX listed organisations, private companies and family businesses. The nature of the work we do in Audit has an immediate impact on the lives of our clients. By sharing this journey, we create unique connections that offer endless opportunities to continue making a difference. Each day, we work with some of the most exciting, innovative and important businesses in Australia. We provide specialised services that enable our clients to focus on their growth journey, as they change the landscape of our economy. Come and be a part of our dynamic, fast growing, market leading team who is committed to helping our clients succeed. Due to growth within our existing client base, our Korean Business Practice are now looking to recruit a Senior Auditor into the Parramatta practice. Your Opportunity Be accountable for leading and managing engagements of high profile clients and all aspects of audit delivery, client service and business development Be responsible for executing advisory related engagements Provide inspirational and engaging leadership to grow and develop our talent Form strong relationships with our prestigious audit clients and play a key role in the delivery of quality assurance and reporting Benefit from career building experiences through your work on some of the largest audit clients in Melbourne Enjoy a journey offering considerable scope to grow through our structured future leadership program Look forward to capitalising on interesting career opportunities on offer through our Global network of offices How Are You Extraordinary As the successful candidate you will Be CA/equivalent qualified (or in progress) Experience working across Private and Corporate clients is not essential, however is desired Bring a proven track record of high performance and success Have gained strong IFRS skills Possess exceptional problem solving and analytical skills Possess highly developed written and verbal communication skills Possess demonstrated team leadership abilities Ability to use both Korean and English language skills in a business environment The KPMG Difference Our people are focused on creating a diverse and dynamic environment that embraces and values differences. We value the variety of unique experiences, qualities and characteristics our people possess and we share and learn from each other. We are proud to be consistently recognised as an employer of choice for women, and for our achievements in LGBT+ workplace inclusion. Our commitment to 'Flexibility' allows our people to manage the changing demands of work, personal or family life. Explore the links below to hear our people share their experience @ KPMG Flexibility empowers wellbeing Flexibility enables contribution to the community Flexibility inspires technology & innovation Flexibility supports family Make KPMG the clear choice for your career and be Extraordinary!

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Principal Sustainability Consultant

AECOM

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TAFE NSW in partnership with VGA - Teacher - Automotive

TAFE NSW

Full-time Fixed Term Teacher of Automotive Mechanics Light Vehicle Opportunity at Volkswagen?s state of the art facilities in both Chullora, Western Sydney and Essendon Fields, Melbourne Unique opportunity to partner with VGA Australia?s largest German vehicle manufacturer, utilising the latest vehicle and automotive technologies Develop your own skills and knowledge of Volkswagen technologies through their training pathways. salary package range of between $94,213 and 111,732 YOUR CHANCE TO TRAIN THE NEXT GENERATION OF VOLKSWAGEN GROUP TECHNICIANS TAFE NSW as part of their partnership with VGA is seeking qualified tradespeople who share in our values of Customer First, Integrity, Collaboration and Excellence and want to transfer their knowledge and skills to the next generation of Volkswagen Group technicians. The role of the TAFE NSW training professional within this unique opportunity to partner with VGA is to train students in accordance with the latest nationally approved training course and also in the current technologies and repair methods of the Volkswagen Group in order to qualify them as Volkswagen Group Certified Service Technicians. Part of the role will also include the following duties: Development and maintenance of training aids and physical resources Tracking and accurately recording student progress throughout the course Completing student weekly reports For more information, please refer to the Position Description . The ideal candidate will possess; Qualifications (Certificate III or above) meeting the requirements for recognition as a tradesperson in Automotive Mechanical Light Vehicle. Possession of a current Motor Vehicle Tradesperson's certificate (license) issued by Fair Trading NSW in the class of Motor Mechanic (NSW applicants only). Certificate IV in Training and Assessment (TAE40116) or a willingness to undertake training in this course. Five (5) years relevant and current industrial experience after completion of tradesperson's qualifications. Previous experience with the Volkswagen group is highly regarded. Experience with another European manufacture will also be regarded. Intermediate computer skills and commitment and willingness to learn and develop as a professional teacher. Demonstrated commitment to quality customer service and the ability to contribute to a team environment. As a Teacher with TAFE NSW you will benifit from; Attractive salary and pay conditions, the ongoing support to grow and delvelop your career in an organisation that celebrates diversaity and is committed to providing a barrier free workplace to enable all our employees to be valued. For your application to be considered you must: Attach an updated resume Upload copies of qualifications Provide written response to the target questions below Closing Date 11.59pm Monday 12th April 2021. For more information, please refer to the Information Package TAFE NSW is committed to diversity and fosters an inclusive environment in which all employees feel a sense of belonging. We encourage people from all backgrounds to apply for this position and we will make any adjustments that you need in the interview process and on the job to help you demonstrate your full potential, if you require assistance or support with reasonable adjustent please contact Kelly Yates 0260582751 You will be required to undertake a national criminal history check and obtain a Working with Children Check (WWCC) clearance as a condition of employment. For more information, visit Office of the Children?s Guardian website.

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The Global Equities Investment Team currently manages >AUD 3b (long-only), via the Global Quality and Emerging Market Quality funds. The Team takes a long-term approach to investing with a focus on identifying quality companies via in-depth research. The team embraces diversity and innovation within thought and work practices. The position sits within the Global Equities Investment Team, with responsibility for undertaking company and sector research, as well as contributing to stock selection and portfolio construction. You will be joining a small team of collegiate, supportive and collaborative people with a passion for learning and investing. The role will require thorough bottom up research and analysis, including detailed financial modelling and company valuations for investment opportunities being considered. It will also involve idea generation and ongoing assessment and review of existing positions. Candidates should be highly motivated and buy into the idea of working within a collaborative, diverse, flexible and flat team, embracing the opportunities that such a structure creates. They should be comfortable with a slow and considered decision making process, which is aligned with the long-term investment horizon. Candidates should have a curious mind, an ability to demonstrate first principles thinking, alongside a genuine interest in investing and financial markets. Extensive industry experience, ideally with a background in funds management, sell-side research, or investment banking. Diverse backgrounds in addition to direct industry experience would be well regarded as would previous exposure to the Global, Emerging Market, Private or Australian equities landscape. Why Cbus? You can be part of an award-winning organisation that is genuinely committed to delivering workplace diversity, inclusion and flexible working arrangements as an enabler of our purpose - to act in the best interest of our members and maximise their retirement outcomes. Like to know more about working with Cbus? Listen to some of our videos with members of the Cbus team on our website. You will also be able to download the full position description from our website - www.cbussuper.com.au/about-us/careers. About Cbus Cbus is one of Australia's largest industry superannuation funds and the national industry fund for the construction, building, infrastructure and allied industries. Established in 1984, Cbus provides superannuation benefits to over 790,000 members, has assets over $60 billion, and accepts contributions from more than 150,000 employers. Applications Close: cob 9 April Please note that this full time role is based in Melbourne however we are open to discussion on location with suitable candidates. Agencies, please note: All Cbus vacancies are managed by our internal Talent Acquisition Team. Should external assistance be required we will only reach out to our preferred agency partners, Thank you. Bring your curious thinking, diverse background and industry expertise, Global Equities Portfolio Management, Growing, Collaborative Investments team

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Dynamics 365 Finance and Operations - Technical Consultant - Melbourne/Sydney Mentoring programs - receive support and coaching to progress your career Flexible work arrangements - work in a way that suits you best Technology discounts - from Apple, HP, Lenovo, Windows… the list goes on! What will your typical day look like? We are currently seeking talented all levels of Technical Consultants / Developers proficient in Dynamics 365 Finance & Operations to join the team as critical members of the growing Microsoft Dynamics practice. These roles will require you to engage clients in conceptualisation, architecture and advisory work, deliver project-based outcomes on-site at various clients, and supporting them throughout the entire end-to-end project life cycle from Ideation to Go-Live and Support. Outside of your client facing and advisory work, you will also play a pivotal role in shaping the future of Deloitte's Microsoft Dynamics practice. We are looking for the leaders of the future, and we want every consultant to have the potential to make it to the top. As an organisation we continue to grow faster than our rivals by continually challenging what we do and how we do it. This role will report into one of our talented Directors and you'll have the opportunity to continually develop your skills. Your background will demonstrate strength and experience in technical consultancy, software development, systems integration, delivered with highly professional client communication and engagement skills. About the Team Deloitte's Enterprise Technology helps our clients solve complex business problems by combining process and industry knowledge with expertise in enabling technologies. Our Microsoft Dynamics 365 practitioners are skilled in Dynamics 365 Finance & Operations, and the Power Platform (comprised of Power BI, Flow, and PowerApps) and convert these proficiencies into benefits for our clients. Enough about us, let's talk about you. You are someone with: Previous direct experience in Microsoft Dynamics 365 Finance and Operations implementation projects Experience in a consulting environment Strong problem solving and troubleshooting skills with the ability to exercise mature judgment Situational awareness combined with excellent interpersonal and stakeholder management skills Tertiary qualifications (Degree or TAFE) Applicants must hold relevant work rights that allow you to work in Australia for this role Ability to engage with business stakeholders to understand their priorities, value drivers and needs. Strong ability to provide well-conceived, clearly articulated, pragmatic solutions and recommendations to complex business problems. Demonstrated ability to prioritise workload, meet project deadlines, and achieve results Excellent verbal and oral communication skills, including presentations and negotiations Ability to communicate complex / technical issues to non-technical audiences Ability to manage multiple deliverables simultaneously Why Deloitte? At Deloitte, we create positively differentiated work experiences that enable our people to feel valued and achieve their full potential. Deloitte Australia opens the door to a career that can cross borders virtually and physically across Asia Pacific to gain experience and access projects beyond Australia's borders. We value difference, and embrace people with diverse backgrounds, experiences, gender identities, abilities and thinking styles. Knowing that people work best in a variety of ways, we are happy to discuss alternative arrangements if the working pattern you are looking for is not specifically indicated. We're committed to continually building a safe and respectful workplace, where all our people feel appreciated and accepted. Through the creation of endorsed employee-led diversity networks which promote cultural, disability, LGBTI+, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people and gender equality, we're leading the way to shape an environment where everybody can thrive. We are proud to have been recognised for our efforts in inspiring change and accelerating progress - check out our careers site for recent recognition in this space. Next Steps Sound like the sort of role for you? Apply now. If you have any questions or wish to have a private conversation about this role, contact Flavia Gentile from the Talent Acquisition t­­­eam­. We'd love to hear from you!

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Associate Director - Life - Sydney

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KPMG Australia is part of a global network providing extensive services across a wide range of industries and sectors. Our people collaborate, share their expertise and create innovation as we partner with clients to solve complex challenges, empower change, drive disruption and growth. We look for talented people with the potential to make an extraordinary difference for our clients, our firm and our communities. KPMG Australia's Actuarial and Financial Risk has a team of over 120 professionals, based in Sydney and Melbourne. These professionals operate in life, general insurance and superannuation as well as finance, funds management and banking. In addition, our team has a growing presence in non-traditional actuarial analytics across government and corporate sectors. Our clients include the leading insurers and financial services companies operating in Australia, New Zealand and the Asia Pacific region. Our wide range of projects includes traditional actuarial roles such as Appointed Actuary, pricing, valuation, strategy advice and mergers and acquisitions, as well as a growing presence in non-traditional actuarial analytics and analysis. We are interested in talking with life insurance actuaries to join our team in Sydney . Your skill-set and experience will support our actuarial work and you will have the drive and interest to support our on-going growth in wider areas. At this time we are recruiting at the Associate Director (typically at least 8 years' experience) level. You will: Work closely with partners, directors and other experienced staff to execute a range of projects and advisory engagements; Have client facing opportunities and be involved in whole projects not just tasks, giving you the opportunity to gain a broad understanding of wider business issues; Often work in multi-disciplinary teams to solve client problems; Have ongoing learning and career development through an extensive support and mentoring network; Inspire, teach and coach the junior staff reporting to you; Require a drive to innovate. How are you Extraordinary? At KPMG, we believe diversity of thought, background and unique experience strengthens relationships and delivers meaningful benefits to our people, our clients and communities. To be considered for this opportunity, your qualifications, skills & experience could include: · Nearly qualified or qualified as an actuary you will ideally have experience in life insurance in either a valuation, project or pricing role; · A passion for life insurance, with an interest in technology, or an ability to manage multiple tasks at the same time; · Excellent technical skills and a desire to develop outstanding consulting skills; · A passion to make a difference to your clients, being progressive in your thinking and willing to invest in your own career and develop in a supportive team environment. The KPMG Difference At KPMG, we're passionate about creating an inclusive workplace that promotes and values diversity. We believe that everyone's unique experiences enable us to deliver meaningful benefits for our people, our clients and communities. We welcome and encourage applications from people of all backgrounds, ages, religions, including Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples, LGBTIQ+ people, those with a disability, women and people with a cultural or linguistically diverse background. We embrace flexibility as a key principle to allow our people to manage the changing demands of work, personal and family life. KPMG has a decade-long, proud commitment to Indigenous Australia, as demonstrated by the achievement of an Elevate level Reconciliation Action Plan. KPMG is a foundation member and Principal Partner of Pride in Diversity started in Australia by ACON and the Diversity Council of Australia, and is recognised in the Australian Workplace Equality Index(AWEI) which evaluates LGBTIQ+ inclusiveness in the workplace. KPMG Australia has been consistently recognised as an Employer of Choice in the Australian Government's Workplace Gender Equality Agency(WGEA) annual index. Flexibility empowers wellbeing Flexibility enables contribution to the community Flexibility inspires technology & innovation Flexibility supports family Make KPMG the clear choice for your career and be Extraordinary ! Apply online @ ____________________or find out more by contacting: _____________________

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Customer Experience Consultant

Eclipx Group

Ready for a challenge? Opportunity to be a part of one of the most exciting customer service teams in the Fleet Space - APPLY NOW! Revolutionise Customer Experience; Be part of a fast-paced, collaborative team; Multiple Locations available. Our Story so far… Eclipx Group (ECX) has been operating a number of very successful Automotive Financial Services businesses (Fleet Partners, FleetPlus & FleetChoice) for over 15 years. We have recently embarked on an exciting company transformation and the final piece of the puzzle is the establishment of an epic Sales and Customer service team. Be part of the revolution of the Fleet Industry… About your Position… We currently have an exciting career opportunity for an experienced Customer Experience Consultant to join our dynamic Novated Sales and Customer Experience Team at our Sydney or Melbourne office. You will be responsible for: Management of a variety of customer queries concerning novated leasing and salary packaging; Guiding customers through the leasing life-cycle; Proactively contacting customers and internal stakeholders to resolve customer cases and queries; Actively answering inbound calls and email queries from customers; Managing and prioritising a combination of both inbound phone and email-based customer cases and queries; Delivering exceptional Customer service to every customer. What we are looking for: Demonstrated ability in a fast-paced customer service environment; Outstanding verbal and written communication skills; Prior experience in an inbound customer call-centre environment; High attention to detail, problem-solving skills and ability to multitask; Ability to work both autonomously and as part of a dynamic team; Passion for providing the best customer experience; Ability to adapt to different customer queries and apply knowledge of various products and services; Fleet or leasing experience or exposure in the automotive industry desirable. What's in it for you… An attractive remuneration package - including base salary, super and incentive scheme; Added benefits - Including staff discounts, salary packaging, novated vehicle lease, flexibility to work from different sites and from home; Training and Education - We pride ourselves in helping you realise your potential and allowing you to be innovative and grow; An exciting career - As our business grows, so do the opportunities for our people! If you think you have what it takes please reach out to us - we can't wait to hear from you!

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Disability Support Worker - Group/Residential

ONCALL Group Australia

Who we are: ONCALL Group Australia is Victoria's largest Disability Support Worker labour hire agency. We are contracted by leading disability service providers to provide relief staffing 24 hours a day, seven days a week. We are people focused, driven by strong values and employ only the best to deliver excellence in client focused support. About the role: We are seeking disability support workers, with a minimum of 20 hours of availability per week, for casual, on call shifts across Melbourne. ONCALL currently has a high volume of casual work available and are looking to employ people with great availability, flexibility and enthusiasm. If you are looking for the opportunity to work in residential houses - Including Supported Independent Living and Specialist Disability Accommodation - this may be the role for you! Your duties will include: Daily living support, including attending to low and/or high personal care needs. Domestic duties such as vacuuming, laundry and general cleaning. Administering medications in line with medication management plans. Supporting people to access the community Manual handling, including the use of mobile and ceiling hoists Behavioural support, including managing challenging behaviours and behaviours of concern. Implementing Behaviour Support Plans (BSP's) Supporting people to achieve their individual goals in line with their person-centred support plan. What we require: Cert IV in Disability or a relevant qualification* and/or equivalent experience; A current NDIS Worker Screening Check Working with Children Check Current First Aid training Current CPR training Administration of medication training (or willing to obtain) Manual handling training (or willing to obtain) International police check (if applicable) Access to a car and drivers licence A positive, reliable, empathetic and proactive approach to supporting people of all ages and backgrounds living with a disability; Please Note: As at February 2021, all applicants are required to undertake a NDIS Worker Screening Check. We are aware that some candidates are experiencing delays and difficulties with this process, especially where they have previously lived overseas. In order to minimise any potential delays, we encourage you to consider commencing the NDIS Worker Screening Check at the same time as you apply for this role. We would love to hear from you, please APPLY NOW. If you would like any more information, please contact our Recruitment Team on 03 9896 2468. ONCALL Group Australia is a Child Safe organisation, committed to Zero Tolerance to Abuse in care. We take seriously our responsibility to ensure the safety and well-being of all vulnerable children, young people and adults living with disabilities that we support. All applicants and employees must undergo mandatory screening checks. Only applicants with Australian Working Rights should apply. Indigenous Australians and Torres Strait Islanders are encouraged to apply.

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Market Research Casual Fieldworker - EY Sweeney

EY Australia

At EY, you'll have the chance to build a career as unique as you are, with the global scale, support, inclusive culture and technology to become the best version of you. And we're counting on your unique voice and perspective to help EY become even better, too. Join us and build an exceptional experience for yourself, and a better working world for all. The opportunity EY Sweeney is a fully integrated part of the EY Consulting business, offering research and strategy planning services to a wide range of businesses across Australia. We are a major player in the market research industry, with a client-centric, outcome-driven approach. Our Consulting division provides recommendations to our clients based on market research data, and the quality of this work has won some of Australia's largest projects in the market research industry. Your key responsibilities As part of the EY Sweeney team, you will be expected to consistently deliver high quality data and strive to achieve assigned quotas during your shift. Our team prides itself on working collaboratively and encouraging regular open communication between field staff and our leadership team office. The role involves heading out in small teams across the greater Melbourne region and recording observational data, via a Samsung tablet, of people traveling in and around Melbourne. The project will be running 6-7 days a week from 27th April through 30th May with the below style shifts: Weekday AM (6:30 AM to 11:00 AM) Weekday PM (2:00 PM to 7:00 PM) Weekend (9:45 AM to 5:00 PM) Skills and attributes for success We'd love to learn more about you if you have: A strong interest in the data collection pr ocess and adherence to data integrity Ability to understand and follow correct procedures with minimal errors Demonstrated fluency in spoken and written English Adaptability to work in dynamic environments Willingness to work on your feet in outdoor environments for various shift lengths Punctuality and professional presentation at all times Excellent communication skills with respondents, stakeholders, and the greater EY Sweeney team Experience in market research (highly regarded but not essential) Ideally, you'll also have: Minimum availability of four days a week (weekends inclusive) Eligibility to work in Australia (International students/WHV holders are welcome) A car and valid driver's license to effectively reach some of the locations What we offer Above award hourly rates plus allowances (in accordance with the provisions of the NUW and AMSRO market research industry agreement) The hourly rate commences at $25.98 . The rate increases to $30.90 after 50 hours of fieldwork (unless you have already obtained these hours with a previous Market Research employer) Paid travel time/expenses as per AMSRO agreement We hold a collective commitment to foster an environment where all differences are valued and respected, practices are equitable and everyone experiences a sense of belonging. If you have relevant experience as outlined above and you are interested in learning more about how we support our people to build exceptional careers, then we encourage you to express your interest by applying below. The exceptional EY experience. It's yours to build. EY | Building a better working world © 2021 Ernst & Young Australia. All Rights Reserved. Liability limited by a scheme approved under Professional Standards Legislation. EY exists to build a better working world, helping to create long-term value for clients, people and society and build trust in the capital markets. Enabled by data and technology, diverse EY teams in over 150 countries provide trust through assurance and help clients grow, transform and operate. Working across assurance, consulting, law, strategy, tax and transactions, EY teams ask better questions to find new answers for the complex issues facing our world today.

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Associates and Senior Associates, Banking & Finance (Brisbane, Melbourne & Sydney)

Allens

Your Role Our Brisbane, Melbourne and Sydney Legal Teams are growing and we have new opportunities for Associates and Senior Associates to join our Banking & Finance practice. The successful candidate will be a key member of the Group, getting the opportunity to work within one of the largest and most diverse groups of banking specialists in the region, and with a broad range clients. Our Team As a Banking & Finance Associate or Senior Associate at Allens, you will work with dedicated lawyers advising lenders and borrowers throughout the region and globally. We work across the full spectrum of financing transactions including project finance, acquisition and leveraged finance, securitisation and debt capital markets, asset finance and corporate and property finance. We are one of the few firms to feature on every major legal panel in the Australian finance market and we advise some of the world's leading financial institutions, as well as regularly acting for a large number of financial sponsors and corporate borrowers across a range of industries on their financing transactions. The Allens Banking & Finance Team is billed a 'class act' across the banking and finance sector (Chambers Global). It is also ranked Band 1 for Banking and Finance (Legal 500 2020) and ranked Band 1 for Acquisition Finance, Corporate Finance, Property Finance and Project Finance by (Chambers Asia Pacific 2020). Our team includes specialist Banking & Finance Partners and Lawyers, supported by Knowledge Management Lawyers, Paralegals, Business Development professionals and Practice Assistants. You will also work closely with many parts of the firm (including Real Estate, Funds Management and Projects), each with unique backgrounds and life experiences. Harnessing the many talents of our people helps us connect with our clients, solve complex problems, innovate and attract even more great people. We've long been committed to inclusion and diversity and we're proud that there isn't an 'Allens' type'. Our clients work with us because of our diverse teams, market leading quality and service. We are in a significant and exciting growth phase and we are looking to expand our Banking & Finance Team with high calibre Associates and Senior Associates with specialist Banking & Finance experience across a number of our offices. As a member of our experienced and friendly team within Australia's leading law firm, you will be challenged, supported and guided as you continue to learn and develop during your career at Allens. Your day The range of services provided by the Allens national Banking & Finance Team is varied and your role within the team could typically include advising our clients on financing arrangements relating to: The structure and documentation for their project Acquisition and leverage Property General corporate financing We can provide you with genuine knowledge of the banking and finance industry and the people within it. We are ideally looking for lawyers with a broad range of experience across the full spectrum of financing transactions, although we are equally interested in speaking to candidates who have specialised, or are looking to specialise as they progress their careers, particularly those with Project Finance experience. Your clients Our Brisbane office's core client base is comprised of Australian major banks and international banks, the State Government, QIC and a number of GOCs, as well as private and listed corporates. In Melbourne, we work with Australian major banks and international banks, the State Government, as well as private and listed corporates. In Sydney our core client base is comprised of Australian major banks and international banks, the State Government, as well as private and listed corporates. The teams are a core part of Allens' national Banking & Finance Group, offering members the ability to work for Allens' national client base. We view this as a unique opportunity for you to gain exposure to a deeper variety of financing transactions to accelerate and further develop your technical skills and experience on financing transactions. This access to the firm's extensive client base also give you the chance to explore and develop new opportunities and deliver outstanding service. Our team is committed to delivering exceptional client care - if we spot an issue we raise it; if we spot an opportunity we let our clients know. Your career trajectory Our national Banking & Finance practice is looking for Associates and Senior Associates who have the desire to learn and develop their career with us. We will support you on your journey and will give you access to our career framework when you join, providing a clear understanding of what high performance at each career stage at Allens looks like. We recognise that every employee's experience is different, and at Allens we know that successful and enjoyable careers come through your focus and commitment to being the best you can be, in an environment where you are supported and encouraged, and have clarity on key processes and decisions. Our career deal is a key part in achieving this; our deal asks you to take the lead for your career, with us providing the coaching and support to help you meet your goals and aspirations.What you'll bring Experience working in a Banking and Finance Team, ideally at a well-regarded top tier firm, international firm or boutique firm, ideally with exposure to acquisition and leverage finance transactions. Experience in an in-house legal team is also highly regarded. A strong academic background. An ability to effectively manage matters. A willingness to participate in business development activities, such as pitch documents, firm-wide pursuits, article writing, attending industry events and hosting seminars. A desire and ability to grow, both as a Banking & Finance Lawyer and leader. A strong team ethic. An ability to establish a professional profile and internal networks. A willingness to develop others through mentoring and sharing experiences and networks. A willingness to build an understanding of clients and develop effective working relationships. Work pattern Allens supports flexibility, and we would be happy to discuss what arrangements would work best for you. Allens also supports a hybrid working model where working from home part of the week is the norm. About Allens Allens is a leading international law firm with a proud 200-year heritage of shaping the future for our clients, our people and the communities in which we work. From playing a pioneering role in the development of legislation and regulatory frameworks in the Asia region, to acting on numerous 'firsts' across a range of industry and community issues, it is in our DNA to make a difference and help shape what our world looks like. Through our alliance with Linklaters, we offer clients a global network of 40 offices in 28 locations. With Allens, you'll work at the cutting edge of the law on the most complex and innovative deals in the market. You'll work with lawyers and professionals at the top of their game who, like you, strive to get a little better every day. And you'll be supported to take your career wherever you want it to go. What we'll offer You will be an integral part of a high performing, national team and have an opportunity to work with genuine market leaders.At Allens, we provide lifelong learning that develops you personally and professionally, and access to people and leaders who can help you become the best you can be. You'll be given ongoing opportunities to get involved and to take your career all the way.You'll enjoy a range of other benefits including free gym membership, staff discounts with hundreds of suppliers and regular social and sporting activities. Allens also leads the profession in community investment, giving you the opportunity to make a difference through our work on reconciliation, the environment and other social justice issues as well as our workplace giving and volunteering programs. Are you ready to begin? We prefer to hear from you directly. Please submit your resume via our on-line careers site addressed to Charlotte Frith, Senior National Resourcing Manager or contact Charlotte for a confidential discussion on + 61 3 9613 8983. If this isn't the position for you, please tell your friends or colleagues about it.

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Novated Business Development Manager - Melbourne

Eclipx Group

Do you have what it takes to hunt for new business …?? Are you driven to work hard and reap the rewards?? Please APPLY NOW! Are you a true business chaser ? Be part of a fast-paced, collaborative team; Exciting career trajectory. Our Story so far… Eclipx Group (ECX) has been operating a number of very successful Automotive Financial Services businesses (Fleet Partners, FleetPlus & FleetChoice) for over 15 years. We have recently embarked on an exciting company transformation and the final piece of the puzzle is the establishment of an epic Sales and Customer service team. Be part of the revolution of the Fleet Industry… About your Position… Reporting to the National Manager of New Business (Novated), we are looking for an experienced Novated Business Development Manager in our Melbourne Location. You will need to develop a deep understanding of the product offering and use this to deliver value to potential customers. What you will be doing: Developing our existing customer list with the aim to increase customer penetration rate within employers and customer lifetime value; Identifying new sales opportunities, successfully signing new corporate client accounts, and pro-actively contributing to business growth; Proactively pursuing new business opportunities with an emphasis on pipeline management and progression of key opportunities; Ensuring maximisation of growth of the novated team by engaging businesses and ensuring that employees are aware of all novated leasing options available to them; Conducting presentations, workshops and one-on-one consultations with new and existing clients to explain, convey and sell the complete Novated Leasing packaging solution (which includes all leasing products); Effectively quoting, completing and delivering Novated Leasing packaging solutions within desired KPIs. A little about what we really need… Stellar presentation and communication skills; A demonstrated track record of high performance in corporate new business development; Industry experience in asset/fleet management and leasing or other finance solutions will be highly regarded; A knack for solving complex customer problems; Strong influencing ability and stakeholder management prowess; and A strong strategic thinker by default, backed by an unrelenting drive to execute. What's in it for you… An attractive remuneration package - including base salary, super and incentive scheme; Added benefits - Including staff discounts, salary packaging, novated vehicle lease, flexibility to work from different sites and from home; Training and Education - We pride ourselves in helping you realise your potential and allowing you to be innovative and grow; An exciting career - As our business grows, so do the opportunities for our people! If you think you have what it takes please reach out to us - we can't wait to hear from you! Eclipx is an inclusive, flexible and supportive workplace. We are committed to providing equal opportunities to everyone to be part of our growth and drive for success.

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IAM Analyst, Melbourne

Deloitte

About the team Deloitte's Cyber team helps complex organisations more confidently pursue their growth, innovation and performance agendas through proactive management of the associated cyber risks. As part of our continued growth, we are seeking an IAM Analyst to join our Melbourne team. What will your typical day look like? Participate in functional and non-functional requirements gathering, solution design and architecture, quality assurance, and implementation of large-scale IAM solutions Analyse and identify the gaps in current business processes & recommend the functional IAM solutions as per the business requirements Provide technical skills/knowledge and acting as a first point of contact in the implementation of IAM solutions using products such as CyberArk, Okta & Sailpoint Configure, deploy and manage the proposed solution for the client to address the gaps identified in current processes including the product customisation, design and build Demonstrate strong Platform / Technology knowledge, especially pertaining to IAM (Windows, Active Directory, LDAP, Databases, JavaScript etc.) Enough about us, let's talk about you. You are someone with: Bachelor Degree in Computer Science, Cyber Security, Information Security, Information Technology etc. Two years of experience integrating identity management, access management and access governance software into clients' infrastructure and applications. Two years' experience with installation, integration and deployment of one or more of the following IAM products in a client environment: Sailpoint, Okta, Ping, CA, or Oracle. Experience with the following technologies: Java, JavaScript, JSP/Servlets, and SQL - ideally through the full development lifecycle. Experience applying software patches (Forgerock / CyberArk / Sailpoint / Okta) and creating standard operating procedures Certification in Sailpoint, ForgeRock, Okta, Ping, CyberArk, or Oracle. Why Deloitte? At Deloitte, we create positively differentiated work experiences that enable our people to feel valued and achieve their full potential. Deloitte Australia opens the door to a career that can cross borders virtually and physically across Asia Pacific to gain experience and access projects beyond Australia's borders. We value difference and embrace people with diverse backgrounds and thinking styles. Knowing that people work best in a variety of ways, we are happy to discuss alternative arrangements if the working pattern you are looking for is not specifically indicated. The minimum salary for this position is A$65,000 p.a. including superannuation. Next Steps Sound like the sort of role for you? Apply now. #LI-DNI By applying to this job, you will be assessed against the Deloitte Global Talent Standards. We've designed these standards to provide our clients with a consistent and exceptional Deloitte employee experience globally. At Deloitte, we know we're at our best when we look out for one another; prioritise respect, fairness, development and wellbeing; foster an inclusive culture and embrace diversity in all forms. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment regardless of their background, experience, identity, ability or thinking style, and if you need assistance or an accommodation during the application process for accessibility reasons this is available upon request.

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Market Research Casual Fieldworker, EY Sweeney

EY Australia

At EY, you'll have the chance to build a career as unique as you are, with the global scale, support, inclusive culture and technology to become the best version of you. And we're counting on your unique voice and perspective to help EY become even better, too. Join us and build an exceptional experience for yourself, and a better working world for all. The opportunity EY Sweeney is a fully integrated part of the EY Consulting business, offering research and strategy planning services to a wide range of businesses across Australia. We are a major player in the market research industry, with a client-centric, outcome-driven approach. Our Consulting division provides recommendations to our clients based on market research data, and the quality of this work has won some of Australia's largest projects in the market research industry. Your key responsibilities The role involves heading out in small teams across the greater Brisbane region and recording observational data, via a Samsung tablet, of people traveling in and around Brisbane. As part of the EY Sweeney team, you will be expected to consistently deliver high quality data and strive to achieve assigned quotas during your shift. Our team prides itself on working collaboratively and encouraging regular open communication between field staff and our leadership team office. The project will be running 6-7 days a week from 13th April through 16th May. There will be weekday AM style shifts on offer 6am to 11:30am There will be weekday PM style shifts on offer 2pm to 7:30pm There will be Saturday and Sunday shifts on offer 10am to 5pm Skills and attributes for success To qualify for the role, you must have: Demonstrated fluency in spoken and written English - excellent grammar, punctuation and spelling Ability to understand and follow correct procedures with minimal errors A strong interest in the data collection process and adherence to data integrity Adaptability to work in dynamic environments Willingness to work on your feet in outdoor environments for various shift lengths and times Punctuality and professional presentation at all times Excellent communication skills with respondents, stakeholders, and the greater EY Sweeney team Experience in market research will be highly regarded but not essential Ideally, you'll also have: Minimum availability of four days a week (weekends inclusive). Weekday availability is preferable Eligibility to work in Australia (International students/WHV holders are welcome) A car and valid driver's license will be helpful to reach some of the locations What we offer Above award hourly rates plus allowances (in accordance with the provisions of the NUW and AMSRO market research industry agreement) The hourly rate commences at $25.98. The rate increases to $30.90 after 50 hours of fieldwork (unless you have already obtained these hours with a previous Market Research employer) Paid travel time/expenses as per AMSRO agreement We hold a collective commitment to foster an environment where all differences are valued and respected, practices are equitable, and everyone experiences a sense of belonging. If you require any adjustments to the recruitment process in order to equitably participate, we encourage you to advise us at the time of application via contactrecruitment@au.ey.com or phone +61 3 8650 7788 (option 4). We understand the importance of social distancing at this time; hence, our recruitment and onboarding process may be managed virtually so we can continue to prioritise the safety and wellbeing of EY people, clients, guests and the broader public. The exceptional EY experience. It's yours to build. EY | Building a better working world © 2021 Ernst & Young Australia. All Rights Reserved. Liability limited by a scheme approved under Professional Standards Legislation.

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Casual Customer Service Representative Charters Towers

Commonwealth Bank

Do work that matters Our Customer Service Representatives meet all of our customers' financial needs. They identify and understand the broader investment and lending needs and refer more complex banking enquiries to specialist team members. You will contribute to a team culture that acts with integrity and accountability, placing the customer at the centre of every interaction. See yourself in our team The Retail Bank is the public face of CommBank - in branches, on the phone, through video conferencing and online. Together we deliver a seamless banking experience for the future to our 10 million+ personal and small business customers. Our branches continue to evolve with our business as we focus on meeting our customers' changing needs and educating about our award winning technology. What will help you succeed? To be successful in this role you'll have the ability to ask the right questions and find the right solutions, to act with integrity and place the customer at the centre of everything you do. You'll need to bring your passion for service excellence and, whilst being comfortable working independently, you will also be able to refer our customers to other specialist team members in order to better serve their needs. You will be able to demonstrate an ability to work in a busy, commercial and driven retail environment whilst seeing the big picture for customers and providing them with holistic solutions. Most importantly you'll need to have a genuine passion for the customer and for doing the right thing to ensure we're putting our customer's needs first. If this sounds like the role for you then we would love to hear from you. Apply today! Whether you're passionate about customer service, driven by data, or called by creativity, a career here is for you. Our people bring their diverse backgrounds and unique perspectives to build a respectful, inclusive and flexible workplace. One where we're driven by our values, and supported to share ideas, initiatives, and energy. One where making a positive impact for customers, communities and each other is part of our every day. Here, you'll thrive. You'll be supported when faced with challenges, and empowered to tackle new opportunities. We really love working here, and we think you will too. We're determined to make a real difference for Australia's first peoples. We encourage all interested applicants to apply. If you're already part of the Commonwealth Bank Group (including Bankwest), you'll need to apply through Sidekick to submit a valid application. We're keen to support you with the next step in your career.

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Employee Relations / ER Manager - Part-Time (Brisbane, Melbourne, Perth or Sydney)

Allens

Your role We're recruiting an Employee Relations (ER) Manager to work closely with our Head of Employment Relations & People Policy, to whom this role reports into. This is a fantastic new role for somebody looking for both a strategic and tactical focus in their next position. The opportunity is broad and will allow you to get involved in compliance, risk and policy, and ER issues. Our team Our ER & People Policy Team is a Centre of Expertise and an integral part of the Allens broader People & Development (HR) Department. We are collaborative and we work together to ensure that we are compliant with all our employer obligations. Our role is to effectively identify, mitigate and manage people risk as an organisation. As a team, we care about your personal and professional growth, development and success. As a member of our experienced People and Development Department, within Australia's leading law firm, you will be challenged, supported and guided as you continue to learn and develop during your career at Allens.Your day As an ER Manager, the responsibilities will be broad but could typically include: Providing high quality, practical employment law advice on a range of employment and workplace health and safety matters to internal stakeholders. Supporting the People & Development Consulting Team (our HR Business Partners) to manage ER and people risk issues. Identifying and assessing key people risks and developing policies, systems and processes to mitigate. Auditing and benchmarking of existing policies and practices to ensure compliance with the Legal Services Award and other relevant employment and workplace health and safety laws. Development of best practice guides and materials/training to support the case management of risk associated with performance, termination of employment, investigations, illness or injury. Your clients Our ER & People Policy Team work with and across the full P&D Department but work particularly closely with our People & Development Consulting Team (our HR Business Partners). As an ER Manager, you will also be required to build effective relationships with stakeholders across the Firm , including with lawyers from our Employment & Safety Practice, and other Corporate Services and Legal Staff nationally. Your career trajectory Our ER & People Policy Team is looking for an experienced ER Manager, who has the desire to learn and develop their career with us. We will support you on your journey and will give you access to our career framework when you join, providing a clear understanding of high performance at each career stage at Allens. We also recognise that every employee's experience is different, and at Allens we know that successful and enjoyable careers come through your focus and commitment to being the best you can be, in an environment where you are supported and encouraged and have clarity on key processes and decisions. Our career deal is a key part in achieving this; our deal asks you to take the lead for your career, with us providing the coaching and support to help you meet your goals and aspirations. What you'll bring A broad understanding of employment and Work, Health & Safety legislation, trends and case law. Strong research and writing skills. An ability to make commercial recommendations and judgements. Experience as an Employment Lawyer in private-practice, or in-house exposure in a similar role is highly desirable. Experience as a HR professional with significant, practical ER experience would also be highly regarded. Excellent written and oral communication skills. A consultative approach with strong stakeholder engagement capabilities, across multiple stakeholders at once. An ability to work under pressure. Strong problem solving skills. A flexible, proactive style and a willingness to take ownership. A willingness to develop others through mentoring and sharing experiences and networks. Work pattern We're looking for an ER Manager to work within our team for 2-3 days per week on a contract or permanent basis. We support a hybrid working model where working from home part of the week is the norm. About Allens Allens is a leading international law firm with a proud 200-year heritage of shaping the future for our clients, our people and the communities in which we work. From playing a pioneering role in the development of legislation and regulatory frameworks in the Asia region, to acting on numerous 'firsts' across a range of industry and community issues, it is in our DNA to make a difference and help shape what our world looks like. Through our alliance with Linklaters, we offer clients a global network of 40 offices in 28 locations. With Allens, you'll work at the cutting edge of the law on the most complex and innovative deals in the market. You'll work with lawyers and professionals at the top of their game who, like you, strive to get a little better every day. And you'll be supported to take your career wherever you want it to go. What we'll offer You will be an integral part of a high performing, national team and have an opportunity to work with genuine market leaders. At Allens, we provide lifelong learning that develops you personally and professionally, and access to people and leaders who can help you become the best you can be. You'll be given ongoing opportunities to get involved and to take your career all the way. You'll enjoy a range of other benefits including free gym membership, staff discounts with hundreds of suppliers and regular social and sporting activities. Allens also leads the profession in community investment, giving you the opportunity to make a difference through our work on reconciliation, the environment and other social justice issues as well as our workplace giving and volunteering programs. Are you ready to begin?We prefer to hear from you directly. Please submit your resume via our on-line careers site addressed to Shannon Lyndon-Lugg, Head of Resourcing and Workforce Planning or contact Shannon for a confidential discussion on + 61 3 9613 8790. If this isn't the position for you, please tell your friends or colleagues about it. #ALLENS

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Technology Advisory, Manager, Melbourne

KPMG

Got big plans for your career? Ours are even bigger Interested in a career beyond technology architecture, design, implementation or project management? With a diverse range of projects, we'll have you working with Australia's most respected companies from day one. KPMG is one of the most trusted and respected global professional services firms. Through depth of expertise, clarity of insight and strength of purpose we help our clients solve complex challenges, steer change, strengthen, transition and grow. We are looking for talented people who share our purpose of inspiring confidence and empowering change for our clients, our people and our communities. The Technology Advisory team is growing to meet an increasing demand from a broad range of industries that need support in solving challenges that intersect business and technology. From technology transformation to IT strategy development, technology architecture, IT operating model evolution, IT deals and more. Our work sees us engaging with a range of senior business and technology stakeholders. We help organisations to understand the changing technology landscape and leverage disruptive technologies to achieve strategic outcomes. Our team consists of future-focused IT and business professionals with a range of backgrounds. We come together with a single goal of helping our clients understand and address their challenges with the optimal solutions. Who you are You will have an established career in an existing technology role or as a management consultant. You have a strong interest in technology and in maximising its value to business. You have a track record of managing or delivering technology change in business and are seeing further opportunities to extend your knowledge and capabilities. We are looking for exceptional people who are committed to investing in the development of their career as a technology advisory consultant. You will have a blend of skills from both technical knowledge to the critical emotional intelligence and client facing soft skills, with an appreciation for quality and delivering outcomes. Your new role We are looking for an exceptional individual with the ability to: Provide technology advice to our clients across a wide range of technology issues and capabilities. Manage day to day engagements with client, vendor and KPMG teams to understand root cause issues, potential solutions and articulate business benefits. Analyse, workshop and present insights and recommendations enabled by structured thinking, technical knowledge and exceptional communication skills. Provide oversight and leadership to KPMG team members regarding deliverables, project plans, and performance management. Support the growth and development of more junior team members through technical training, skills coaching and mentoring. Support proposal and business development activities by assisting in the identification of new target clients, building business relationships with key executives, and developing/presenting proposals; You bring to the role A strong interest in expanding your career in Technology consulting and in supporting business to maximise their technology investments. 4 or more years of experience in either a professional technology delivery role, technology consulting, business technology management, technology project management or management consulting role. Experience in managing all aspects of a project including ability to facilitate workshops, and influence and guide key stakeholders, and coach and mentor team members Highly developed written and verbal communication, with proven ability to deliver written deliverable's including reports and presentations. Demonstrated experience performing analysis and leading projects in two or more of the following disciplines: Business requirements and problem analysis Strategy development (business and/or technology) Technology architecture (any domain - infrastructure, application, data etc.) IT operating model design and implementation IT deal services Agile delivery methods (including software development, CICD, DevOps) Demonstrated ability to apply structured thinking and analysis techniques to complex and ambiguous problems Appropriate tertiary qualification/s. Experience at a Management Consultancy firm in a similar capacity preferred. What we offer you KPMG is one of the world's leading professional services networks. It comprises over 155,000 people in member firms in more than 155 countries. We bring our clients the best minds and the deepest industry experiences from across the KPMG network of firms. We provide a culture of learning and support in which professionals can flourish and discover their true potential. KPMG needs and values diversity. It makes us a more vibrant and interesting place in which to work. It makes us a stronger, smarter, more innovative and responsive organisation and it's central to our culture. We've been named by the Australia Government's EOWA as an Employer of Choice for Women for six consecutive years, and rank fourth in the Australian Workplace Equality Index. We have world-class women's only development programs and networking events to ensure we retain all of our talent including women, and now have 50 percent female managers across the firm. At KPMG we offer you: Ongoing learning and career development opportunities, including global secondments. The ability to collaborate and link across borders and globally with sector and technical experts in all parts of our business. The ability to be involved in KPMG's support of numerous organisations in the areas of education, social inclusion and health including our Reconciliation Action Plan and Global Green Initiative. A culture focused on agile, collaborative working environments supported by cutting edge technology and virtual systems. Go Beyond Your Potential. Please apply for this position by submitting your confidential application online.

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FlexCoach - Freelance Career Coach - Melbourne

FlexCareers

Our mission here at FlexCareers is to change the way careers work. We are doing that by bringing together some wonderful relationships in corporate Australia, innovative algorithmic matching technology that gives our community the best chance of success in their new careers and the community of highly skilled and motivated (mainly) women looking for flexibility at work. Sometimes our community members want more - they often ask us: Do you have a great career coach you can recommend for me? And so we built FlexCoach . We're expanding, and we're looking for the best career coaches in Australia and NZ. How it Works Initial Vetting FlexCareers has developed a trusted relationship with our members, so the first step is always to make sure the coaches we bring on deliver quality advice and are a fit for our community. A Beautiful Profile Once you're on board, we create a beautiful and professional online presence for you, enabling you to market yourself to our thousands of quality professionals and beyond. We take care of your marketing We will promote your blog content through our blog platform to our community of 70k+ Aussies and Kiwis, let you show our them what you can do as a coach in our Monday night #CommunityCoaching sessions on Facebook . Keep every cent you earn We want you to keep all your earnings, we won't be taking a clip. After a one-off annual advertising fee, everything you write is yours. What we want to see: A Great Online Presence Our members want to get to know their coach before booking, so having a great headshot and bio will really make you stand out. Highly Relevant Experience Whether it's resume reviews or career coaching, advice to small business owners or even high level executive coaching, our members want coaches who know their stuff. Our tiered system allows for veteran experts and new coaches alike. An intrinsic motivation to improve gender parity in business With well over 90% of our community being female, there is a good chance that the clients you find through our platform will be women. We want a 50:50 gender split amongst our coaches, but those who do join need to be passionate, just like us, about levelling the gender playing field in Australian business. Make sure that you tell us about the services you offer, including your rates. Any relevant coaching qualifications or certifications will help us too. Please apply through the button above - we can't wait to showcase the most talented coaches in the country to our community!

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VIC > Melbourne

Manager - Melbourne Audit

KPMG

KPMG Australia is part of a global network providing extensive services across a wide range of industries and sectors. Our people collaborate, share their expertise and create innovation as we partner with clients to solve complex challenges, empower change, drive, disruption and growth. We look for talented people with the potential to make an extraordinary difference for our clients, our firm and our communities. The auditing world is changing and we want you to come help us change it. Standardisation, automation and digitalisation is the future of audit at KPMG. Questioning 'why' is the environment we encourage and where our people strive. KPMG want you to have the ability to challenge the way things were done in the past while working on multiple industries and high profile brands - because we believe 'if you never stretch, you never grow!' Joining us means you will be part of an agile and flexible working environment that can offer you best in class learning and personal development opportunities. Not to mention an array of benefits including annual flu vaccinations, volunteer leave, discounted health insurance, MS Office for home products and a load of retail discounts. The Audit & Assurance team provides value to our clients through the delivery of specialised quality audit and assurance services. We collaborate with a broad range of clients including ASX listed organisations, private companies and family businesses. The nature of the work we do in Audit has an immediate impact on the lives of our clients. By sharing this journey, we create unique connections that offer endless opportunities to continue making a difference. Each day, we work with some of the most exciting, innovative and important businesses in Australia. We provide specialised services that enable our clients to focus on their growth journey, as they change the landscape of our economy. Come and be a part of our dynamic, fast growing, market leading team who is committed to helping our clients succeed. Your Opportunity Applying KPMG's Audit methodology, will manage all stages of audit and assurance engagements including planning, testing, reporting and completion. Demonstrates technical knowledge of prevailing audit and accounting standards (including International Financial Reporting Standards) as well as accounting disclosures. Designs and performs appropriate audit programs/procedures for engagements, performing substantive testing on significant accounts and testing controls under the KPMG Audit Methodology Prepares technical accounting reports and other management reports such as the Audit committee report, Management Letter, Reports of Factual Findings and Audit Reports. By developing an understanding of our Risk Management Framework and Audit Methodology, delivers accurate and high quality audit findings on engagements and also raises Risk awareness for junior team members. Manages engagements and assumes responsibility for a small portfolio of clients; leads small teams and oversees workflow and work quality as needed Keeps the client informed of progress of the engagement, relevant findings and contributes to final Audit reporting. Responsible for keeping the relevant KPMG Partner informed of engagement progress including identification of significant issues. How are you Extraordinary Relevant tertiary qualifications including Chartered Accountant qualification or equivalent Demonstrated knowledge and experience with accounting and financial frameworks such as International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS) and/or US GAAP / US GAAS. Strong analytical, communication, project management and report writing skills People management skills and demonstrated experience managing Audit engagements and managing client relationships Approximately 5-6+ years' experience as an Auditor in a comparable public practice environment

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VIC > Melbourne

Technology Advisory, Associate Director, Melbourne

KPMG

Got big plans for your career? Ours are even bigger Interested in a career beyond technology architecture, design, implementation or project management? With a diverse range of projects, we'll have you working with Australia's most respected companies from day one. KPMG is one of the most trusted and respected global professional services firms. Through depth of expertise, clarity of insight and strength of purpose we help our clients solve complex challenges, steer change, strengthen, transition and grow. We are looking for talented people who share our purpose of inspiring confidence and empowering change for our clients, our people and our communities. The Technology Advisory team is growing to meet an increasing demand from a broad range of industries that need support in solving challenges that intersect business and technology. From technology transformation to IT strategy development, technology architecture, IT operating model evolution, IT deals and more. Our work sees us engaging with a range of senior business and technology stakeholders. We help organisations to understand the changing technology landscape and leverage disruptive technologies to achieve strategic outcomes. Our team consists of future-focused IT and business professionals with a range of backgrounds. We come together with a single goal of helping our clients understand and address their challenges with the optimal solutions. Who you are You will have an established career as a technology leader or as a senior management consultant. You have a strong interest in technology and in maximising its value to business. You have a strong track record of managing or delivering technology change in business and are seeing further opportunities to build on your knowledge and capabilities. We are looking for exceptional people who are committed to investing in the development of their career as a technology advisory consultant. You will have a blend of skills from both technical knowledge to the critical emotional intelligence and client facing soft skills, with an appreciation for quality and delivering outcomes. Your new role We are looking for an exceptional individual with the ability to: Lead the delivery of technology consulting engagements across a wide range of technology capabilities Write and present clear and concise reports and presentations containing meaningful observations and recommendations to clients. Manages multiple and concurrent complex projects, facilitating the contribution of cross-divisional group subject matter experts Applies innovative and creative techniques in solving complex projects Implement process and performance improvements that add value to the KPMG business. Support proposal and business development activities by assisting in the identification of new target clients, building business relationships with key executives, and developing/presenting proposals. Contribute your expertise to the development of team capabilities and new service offerings for our clients. Provide oversight and leadership to KPMG team members regarding deliverables, project plans, and performance management. Support the growth and development of more junior team members through technical training, skills coaching and mentoring. You bring to the role Significant proven experience within technology management consulting in a senior position; Your broad technology experience may include technology program management, technology strategy, technology architecture, technology implementation, technology procurement or technology consulting. Demonstrated deep expertise across the following disciplines: Business requirements and problem analysis Strategy development (business and/or technology) Technology architecture (any domain - infrastructure, application, data etc.) IT operating model design and implementation IT deal services Agile delivery methods (including software development, CICD, DevOps) Demonstrated ability to apply structured thinking and analysis techniques to complex and ambiguous problems Experience and strong networks within key business sectors such as government, financial services, retail or others. Demonstrated track record of leadership, client management, project management/delivery, and business development success; Demonstrated leadership and team management experience. Strong written and verbal communication skills and presentation skills. Appropriate tertiary qualification/s. What we offer you KPMG is one of the world's leading professional services networks. It comprises over 155,000 people in member firms in more than 155 countries. We bring our clients the best minds and the deepest industry experiences from across the KPMG network of firms. We provide a culture of learning and support in which professionals can flourish and discover their true potential. KPMG needs and values diversity. It makes us a more vibrant and interesting place in which to work. It makes us a stronger, smarter, more innovative and responsive organisation and it's central to our culture. We've been named by the Australia Government's EOWA as an Employer of Choice for Women for six consecutive years, and rank fourth in the Australian Workplace Equality Index. We have world-class women's only development programs and networking events to ensure we retain all of our talent including women, and now have 50 percent female managers across the firm. At KPMG we offer you: Ongoing learning and career development opportunities, including global secondments. The ability to collaborate and link across borders and globally with sector and technical experts in all parts of our business. The ability to be involved in KPMG's support of numerous organisations in the areas of education, social inclusion and health including our Reconciliation Action Plan and Global Green Initiative. A culture focused on agile, collaborative working environments supported by cutting edge technology and virtual systems. Go Beyond Your Potential. Please apply for this position by submitting your confidential application online.

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VIC > Melbourne

Technology Advisory - Melbourne - Manager

KPMG

Got big plans for your career? Ours are even bigger Interested in a career beyond technology architecture, design, implementation or project management? With a diverse range of projects, we'll have you working with Australia's most respected companies from day one. KPMG is one of the most trusted and respected global professional services firms. Through depth of expertise, clarity of insight and strength of purpose we help our clients solve complex challenges, steer change, strengthen, transition and grow. We are looking for talented people who share our purpose of inspiring confidence and empowering change for our clients, our people and our communities. The Technology Advisory team is growing to meet an increasing demand from a broad range of industries that need support in solving challenges that intersect business and technology. From technology transformation to IT strategy development, technology architecture, IT operating model evolution, IT deals and more. Our work sees us engaging with a range of senior business and technology stakeholders. We help organisations to understand the changing technology landscape and leverage disruptive technologies to achieve strategic outcomes. Our team consists of future-focused IT and business professionals with a range of backgrounds. We come together with a single goal of helping our clients understand and address their challenges with the optimal solutions. Who you are You will have an established career in an existing technology role or as a management consultant. You have a strong interest in technology and in maximising its value to business. You have a track record of managing or delivering technology change in business and are seeing further opportunities to extend your knowledge and capabilities. We are looking for exceptional people who are committed to investing in the development of their career as a technology advisory consultant. You will have a blend of skills from both technical knowledge to the critical emotional intelligence and client facing soft skills, with an appreciation for quality and delivering outcomes. Your new role We are looking for an exceptional individual with the ability to: Provide technology advice to our clients across a wide range of technology issues and capabilities. Manage day to day engagements with client, vendor and KPMG teams to understand root cause issues, potential solutions and articulate business benefits. Analyse, workshop and present insights and recommendations enabled by structured thinking, technical knowledge and exceptional communication skills. Provide oversight and leadership to KPMG team members regarding deliverables, project plans, and performance management. Support the growth and development of more junior team members through technical training, skills coaching and mentoring. Support proposal and business development activities by assisting in the identification of new target clients, building business relationships with key executives, and developing/presenting proposals; You bring to the role A strong interest in expanding your career in Technology consulting and in supporting business to maximise their technology investments. 4 or more years of experience in either a professional technology delivery role, technology consulting, business technology management, technology project management or management consulting role. Experience in managing all aspects of a project including ability to facilitate workshops, and influence and guide key stakeholders, and coach and mentor team members Highly developed written and verbal communication, with proven ability to deliver written deliverable's including reports and presentations. Demonstrated experience performing analysis and leading projects in two or more of the following disciplines: Business requirements and problem analysis Strategy development (business and/or technology) Technology architecture (any domain - infrastructure, application, data etc.) IT operating model design and implementation IT deal services Agile delivery methods (including software development, CICD, DevOps) Demonstrated ability to apply structured thinking and analysis techniques to complex and ambiguous problems Appropriate tertiary qualification/s. Experience at a Management Consultancy firm in a similar capacity preferred. What we offer you KPMG is one of the world's leading professional services networks. It comprises over 155,000 people in member firms in more than 155 countries. We bring our clients the best minds and the deepest industry experiences from across the KPMG network of firms. We provide a culture of learning and support in which professionals can flourish and discover their true potential. KPMG needs and values diversity. It makes us a more vibrant and interesting place in which to work. It makes us a stronger, smarter, more innovative and responsive organisation and it's central to our culture. We've been named by the Australia Government's EOWA as an Employer of Choice for Women for six consecutive years, and rank fourth in the Australian Workplace Equality Index. We have world-class women's only development programs and networking events to ensure we retain all of our talent including women, and now have 50 percent female managers across the firm. At KPMG we offer you: Ongoing learning and career development opportunities, including global secondments. The ability to collaborate and link across borders and globally with sector and technical experts in all parts of our business. The ability to be involved in KPMG's support of numerous organisations in the areas of education, social inclusion and health including our Reconciliation Action Plan and Global Green Initiative. A culture focused on agile, collaborative working environments supported by cutting edge technology and virtual systems. Go Beyond Your Potential. Please apply for this position by submitting your confidential application online.

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VIC > Melbourne

Technology Advisory - Melbourne - Senior Consulatant

KPMG

Got big plans for your career? Ours are even bigger Interested in a career beyond technology architecture, design, implementation or project management? With a diverse range of projects, we'll have you working with Australia's most respected companies from day one. KPMG is one of the most trusted and respected global professional services firms. Through depth of expertise, clarity of insight and strength of purpose we help our clients solve complex challenges, steer change, strengthen, transition and grow. We are looking for talented people who share our purpose of inspiring confidence and empowering change for our clients, our people and our communities. The Technology Advisory team is growing to meet an increasing demand from a broad range of industries that need support in solving challenges that intersect business and technology. From technology transformation to IT strategy development, technology architecture, IT operating model evolution, IT deals and more. Our work sees us engaging with a range of senior business and technology stakeholders. We help organisations to understand the changing technology landscape and leverage disruptive technologies to achieve strategic outcomes. Our team consists of future-focused IT and business professionals with a range of backgrounds. We come together with a single goal of helping our clients understand and address their challenges with the optimal solutions. Who you are You will likely have started your career in either an existing technology focused role, business technology role or within management consulting. You have a strong interest in technology and in maximising its value to business. You will have some experience in managing or delivering technology change in business and are seeing further opportunities to extend your knowledge and capabilities. We are looking for exceptional people who are committed to investing in the development of their career as a technology advisory consultant. You will have a blend of skills from both technical knowledge to the critical emotional intelligence and client facing soft skills, with an appreciation for quality and delivering outcomes. Your new role We are looking for an exceptional individual with the ability to: To provide technology advice to our clients across a wide range of technology issues and capabilities. To work within an experienced team to analyse, workshop and present insights and recommendations enabled by structured thinking, technical knowledge and exceptional communication skills. To support engagement pursuits including opportunity identification, qualification, planning, proposal development, presentation and contracting. To within an experienced team to support engagements with client, vendor and KPMG teams to understand root cause issues, potential solutions and articulate business benefits. To develop your skills, capabilities and knowledge to become one of the future technology leader's at KPMG. You will bring to the role A strong interest in expanding your career in Technology consulting and in supporting business to maximise their technology investments. 2 or more years of experience in either a professional technology delivery role, technology consulting, business technology management, technology project management or management consulting role. Highly developed written and verbal communication, with proven ability to deliver written deliverable's including reports and presentations. Proven ability to work as a team member within a collaborative team environment, and will support senior team members, taking on specific engagement tasks and deliverables. Some experience performing analysis and participating projects in two or more of the following disciplines: Business requirements and problem analysis Strategy development (business and/or technology) Technology architecture (any domain - infrastructure, application, data etc.) IT operating model design and implementation IT deal services Agile delivery methods (including software development, CICD, DevOps) You will be able to demonstrate the ability to apply structured thinking and analysis techniques to complex and ambiguous problems Appropriate tertiary qualification/s. Experience at a Management Consultancy firm in a similar capacity is viewed favourably. What we offer you KPMG is one of the world's leading professional services networks. It comprises over 155,000 people in member firms in more than 155 countries. We bring our clients the best minds and the deepest industry experiences from across the KPMG network of firms. We provide a culture of learning and support in which professionals can flourish and discover their true potential. KPMG needs and values diversity. It makes us a more vibrant and interesting place in which to work. It makes us a stronger, smarter, more innovative and responsive organisation and it's central to our culture. We've been named by the Australia Government's EOWA as an Employer of Choice for Women for six consecutive years, and rank fourth in the Australian Workplace Equality Index. We have world-class women's only development programs and networking events to ensure we retain all of our talent including women, and now have 50 percent female managers across the firm. At KPMG we offer you: Ongoing learning and career development opportunities, including global secondments. The ability to collaborate and link across borders and globally with sector and technical experts in all parts of our business. The ability to be involved in KPMG's support of numerous organisations in the areas of education, social inclusion and health including our Reconciliation Action Plan and Global Green Initiative. A culture focused on agile, collaborative working environments supported by cutting edge technology and virtual systems. Go Beyond Your Potential. Please apply for this position by submitting your confidential application online.

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WA > Perth

Employee Relations / ER Manager - Part-Time (Brisbane, Melbourne, Perth or Sydney)

Allens

Your role We're recruiting an Employee Relations (ER) Manager to work closely with our Head of Employment Relations & People Policy, to whom this role reports into. This is a fantastic new role for somebody looking for both a strategic and tactical focus in their next position. The opportunity is broad and will allow you to get involved in compliance, risk and policy, and ER issues. Our team Our ER & People Policy Team is a Centre of Expertise and an integral part of the Allens broader People & Development (HR) Department. We are collaborative and we work together to ensure that we are compliant with all our employer obligations. Our role is to effectively identify, mitigate and manage people risk as an organisation. As a team, we care about your personal and professional growth, development and success. As a member of our experienced People and Development Department, within Australia's leading law firm, you will be challenged, supported and guided as you continue to learn and develop during your career at Allens.Your day As an ER Manager, the responsibilities will be broad but could typically include: Providing high quality, practical employment law advice on a range of employment and workplace health and safety matters to internal stakeholders. Supporting the People & Development Consulting Team (our HR Business Partners) to manage ER and people risk issues. Identifying and assessing key people risks and developing policies, systems and processes to mitigate. Auditing and benchmarking of existing policies and practices to ensure compliance with the Legal Services Award and other relevant employment and workplace health and safety laws. Development of best practice guides and materials/training to support the case management of risk associated with performance, termination of employment, investigations, illness or injury. Your clients Our ER & People Policy Team work with and across the full P&D Department but work particularly closely with our People & Development Consulting Team (our HR Business Partners). As an ER Manager, you will also be required to build effective relationships with stakeholders across the Firm , including with lawyers from our Employment & Safety Practice, and other Corporate Services and Legal Staff nationally. Your career trajectory Our ER & People Policy Team is looking for an experienced ER Manager, who has the desire to learn and develop their career with us. We will support you on your journey and will give you access to our career framework when you join, providing a clear understanding of high performance at each career stage at Allens. We also recognise that every employee's experience is different, and at Allens we know that successful and enjoyable careers come through your focus and commitment to being the best you can be, in an environment where you are supported and encouraged and have clarity on key processes and decisions. Our career deal is a key part in achieving this; our deal asks you to take the lead for your career, with us providing the coaching and support to help you meet your goals and aspirations. What you'll bring A broad understanding of employment and Work, Health & Safety legislation, trends and case law. Strong research and writing skills. An ability to make commercial recommendations and judgements. Experience as an Employment Lawyer in private-practice, or in-house exposure in a similar role is highly desirable. Experience as a HR professional with significant, practical ER experience would also be highly regarded. Excellent written and oral communication skills. A consultative approach with strong stakeholder engagement capabilities, across multiple stakeholders at once. An ability to work under pressure. Strong problem solving skills. A flexible, proactive style and a willingness to take ownership. A willingness to develop others through mentoring and sharing experiences and networks. Work pattern We're looking for an ER Manager to work within our team for 2-3 days per week on a contract or permanent basis. We support a hybrid working model where working from home part of the week is the norm. About Allens Allens is a leading international law firm with a proud 200-year heritage of shaping the future for our clients, our people and the communities in which we work. From playing a pioneering role in the development of legislation and regulatory frameworks in the Asia region, to acting on numerous 'firsts' across a range of industry and community issues, it is in our DNA to make a difference and help shape what our world looks like. Through our alliance with Linklaters, we offer clients a global network of 40 offices in 28 locations. With Allens, you'll work at the cutting edge of the law on the most complex and innovative deals in the market. You'll work with lawyers and professionals at the top of their game who, like you, strive to get a little better every day. And you'll be supported to take your career wherever you want it to go. What we'll offer You will be an integral part of a high performing, national team and have an opportunity to work with genuine market leaders. At Allens, we provide lifelong learning that develops you personally and professionally, and access to people and leaders who can help you become the best you can be. You'll be given ongoing opportunities to get involved and to take your career all the way. You'll enjoy a range of other benefits including free gym membership, staff discounts with hundreds of suppliers and regular social and sporting activities. Allens also leads the profession in community investment, giving you the opportunity to make a difference through our work on reconciliation, the environment and other social justice issues as well as our workplace giving and volunteering programs. Are you ready to begin?We prefer to hear from you directly. Please submit your resume via our on-line careers site addressed to Shannon Lyndon-Lugg, Head of Resourcing and Workforce Planning or contact Shannon for a confidential discussion on + 61 3 9613 8790. If this isn't the position for you, please tell your friends or colleagues about it. #ALLENS

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QLD > Brisbane

Employee Relations / ER Manager - Part-Time (Brisbane, Melbourne, Perth or Sydney)

Allens

Your role We're recruiting an Employee Relations (ER) Manager to work closely with our Head of Employment Relations & People Policy, to whom this role reports into. This is a fantastic new role for somebody looking for both a strategic and tactical focus in their next position. The opportunity is broad and will allow you to get involved in compliance, risk and policy, and ER issues. Our team Our ER & People Policy Team is a Centre of Expertise and an integral part of the Allens broader People & Development (HR) Department. We are collaborative and we work together to ensure that we are compliant with all our employer obligations. Our role is to effectively identify, mitigate and manage people risk as an organisation. As a team, we care about your personal and professional growth, development and success. As a member of our experienced People and Development Department, within Australia's leading law firm, you will be challenged, supported and guided as you continue to learn and develop during your career at Allens.Your day As an ER Manager, the responsibilities will be broad but could typically include: Providing high quality, practical employment law advice on a range of employment and workplace health and safety matters to internal stakeholders. Supporting the People & Development Consulting Team (our HR Business Partners) to manage ER and people risk issues. Identifying and assessing key people risks and developing policies, systems and processes to mitigate. Auditing and benchmarking of existing policies and practices to ensure compliance with the Legal Services Award and other relevant employment and workplace health and safety laws. Development of best practice guides and materials/training to support the case management of risk associated with performance, termination of employment, investigations, illness or injury. Your clients Our ER & People Policy Team work with and across the full P&D Department but work particularly closely with our People & Development Consulting Team (our HR Business Partners). As an ER Manager, you will also be required to build effective relationships with stakeholders across the Firm , including with lawyers from our Employment & Safety Practice, and other Corporate Services and Legal Staff nationally. Your career trajectory Our ER & People Policy Team is looking for an experienced ER Manager, who has the desire to learn and develop their career with us. We will support you on your journey and will give you access to our career framework when you join, providing a clear understanding of high performance at each career stage at Allens. We also recognise that every employee's experience is different, and at Allens we know that successful and enjoyable careers come through your focus and commitment to being the best you can be, in an environment where you are supported and encouraged and have clarity on key processes and decisions. Our career deal is a key part in achieving this; our deal asks you to take the lead for your career, with us providing the coaching and support to help you meet your goals and aspirations. What you'll bring A broad understanding of employment and Work, Health & Safety legislation, trends and case law. Strong research and writing skills. An ability to make commercial recommendations and judgements. Experience as an Employment Lawyer in private-practice, or in-house exposure in a similar role is highly desirable. Experience as a HR professional with significant, practical ER experience would also be highly regarded. Excellent written and oral communication skills. A consultative approach with strong stakeholder engagement capabilities, across multiple stakeholders at once. An ability to work under pressure. Strong problem solving skills. A flexible, proactive style and a willingness to take ownership. A willingness to develop others through mentoring and sharing experiences and networks. Work pattern We're looking for an ER Manager to work within our team for 2-3 days per week on a contract or permanent basis. We support a hybrid working model where working from home part of the week is the norm. About Allens Allens is a leading international law firm with a proud 200-year heritage of shaping the future for our clients, our people and the communities in which we work. From playing a pioneering role in the development of legislation and regulatory frameworks in the Asia region, to acting on numerous 'firsts' across a range of industry and community issues, it is in our DNA to make a difference and help shape what our world looks like. Through our alliance with Linklaters, we offer clients a global network of 40 offices in 28 locations. With Allens, you'll work at the cutting edge of the law on the most complex and innovative deals in the market. You'll work with lawyers and professionals at the top of their game who, like you, strive to get a little better every day. And you'll be supported to take your career wherever you want it to go. What we'll offer You will be an integral part of a high performing, national team and have an opportunity to work with genuine market leaders. At Allens, we provide lifelong learning that develops you personally and professionally, and access to people and leaders who can help you become the best you can be. You'll be given ongoing opportunities to get involved and to take your career all the way. You'll enjoy a range of other benefits including free gym membership, staff discounts with hundreds of suppliers and regular social and sporting activities. Allens also leads the profession in community investment, giving you the opportunity to make a difference through our work on reconciliation, the environment and other social justice issues as well as our workplace giving and volunteering programs. Are you ready to begin?We prefer to hear from you directly. Please submit your resume via our on-line careers site addressed to Shannon Lyndon-Lugg, Head of Resourcing and Workforce Planning or contact Shannon for a confidential discussion on + 61 3 9613 8790. If this isn't the position for you, please tell your friends or colleagues about it. #ALLENS

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4 weeks ago Details and Apply
VIC > Melbourne

Disability Support Worker (Individual/in-home)

ONCALL Group Australia

Who we are: ONCALL Group Australia is a registered National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) provider. We support NDIS participants (our clients) to achieve their NDIS Plan “goals”, and to improve their quality of life. We are people-focussed, driven by strong values; and employ only the best to deliver quality service. About the role: ONCALL currently have casual work available supporting individual NDIS participants in their homes, and in the community across Metropolitan Melbourne, and currently with high demand in the Northern suburbs. In this role, you will work with individual participants to achieve their NDIS Plan goals, and to support their day-to-day activities. These activities may include personal care, assistance with daily activities; and supporting participants to build and maintain their social and community engagement. Shifts are casual, and generally between 2 and 4 hrs. Most NDIS participants have funding for regular shifts, and prefer to build ongoing relationships with Support Workers who understand their needs and interests; creating the opportunity of ongoing regular rosters. Our clients will value your professionalism, your focus on their support, and your reliability. The capacity to understand the impacts of disabilities on the lives of participants, to support them to achieve their goals, and to build trusted professional relationships; is key to your job satisfaction in this role. When you join ONCALL Group Australia, you can expect : Leading pay rates Weekly pay Fantastic work/life balance - Choose when YOU want to work and the ONCALL systems and allocation team match your availability and skills A large variety of shifts to fit your lifestyle and experience in all areas of Melbourne A supportive team who are experienced and understand what you do What we are looking for: Relevant qualifications (Cert III or Diploma) in Disability, Aged Care, Individual Support, or Community Services, and/or Recent experience in the Disability or Aged Care sectors Working With Children Check (WWCC) Current NDIS Worker Screening Check (or willingness to obtain) Current First Aid (no more than 3 yrs old) and CPR (no more than 12 mths old) Certificates Current Administration of Medication (no more than 3 yrs old) Certificate Current Manual Handling (no more than 3 yrs old) Certificate Car (with Comprehensive insurance) and current Drivers License NB: if First Aid, CPR, Medication, or Manual Handling Certificates are not current, we can proceed with your application if you are prepared to update. Please Note: As at February 2021, all applicants are required to undertake a NDIS Worker Screening Check. We are aware that some candidates are experiencing delays and difficulties with this process, especially where they have previously lived overseas. In order to minimise any potential delays, we encourage you to consider commencing the NDIS Worker Screening Check at the same time as you apply for this role. We would love to hear from you, please APPLY NOW. If you would like any more information, please contact our Recruitment Team on 03 9896 2468. ONCALL Group Australia is a Child Safe organisation, committed to Zero Tolerance to Abuse in care. We take seriously our responsibility to ensure the safety and well-being of all vulnerable children, young people and adults living with disabilities that we support. All applicants and employees must undergo mandatory screening checks. Only applicants with Australian Working Rights should apply. Indigenous Australians and Torres Strait Islanders are encouraged to apply.

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... service. About the role: ONCALL currently have casual work available supporting individual NDIS participants in their homes, and in the community across Metropolitan Melbourne, and currently with high demand in the ...
1 week ago Details and apply
1 week ago Details and Apply
VIC > Melbourne

Disability Support Worker (Individual/in-home)

ONCALL Group Australia

Who we are: ONCALL Group Australia is a registered National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) provider. We support NDIS participants (our clients) to achieve their NDIS Plan “goals”, and to improve their quality of life. We are people-focussed, driven by strong values; and employ only the best to deliver quality service. About the role: ONCALL currently have casual work available supporting individual NDIS participants in their homes, and in the community across Metropolitan Melbourne, and currently with high demand in the Northern suburbs. In this role, you will work with individual participants to achieve their NDIS Plan goals, and to support their day-to-day activities. These activities may include personal care, assistance with daily activities; and supporting participants to build and maintain their social and community engagement. Shifts are casual, and generally between 2 and 4 hrs. Most NDIS participants have funding for regular shifts, and prefer to build ongoing relationships with Support Workers who understand their needs and interests; creating the opportunity of ongoing regular rosters. Our clients will value your professionalism, your focus on their support, and your reliability. The capacity to understand the impacts of disabilities on the lives of participants, to support them to achieve their goals, and to build trusted professional relationships; is key to your job satisfaction in this role. When you join ONCALL Group Australia, you can expect : Leading pay rates Weekly pay Fantastic work/life balance - Choose when YOU want to work and the ONCALL systems and allocation team match your availability and skills A large variety of shifts to fit your lifestyle and experience in all areas of Melbourne A supportive team who are experienced and understand what you do What we are looking for: Relevant qualifications (Cert III or Diploma) in Disability, Aged Care, Individual Support, or Community Services, and/or Recent experience in the Disability or Aged Care sectors Working With Children Check (WWCC) Current NDIS Worker Screening Check (or willingness to obtain) Current First Aid (no more than 3 yrs old) and CPR (no more than 12 mths old) Certificates Current Administration of Medication (no more than 3 yrs old) Certificate Current Manual Handling (no more than 3 yrs old) Certificate Car (with Comprehensive insurance) and current Drivers License NB: if First Aid, CPR, Medication, or Manual Handling Certificates are not current, we can proceed with your application if you are prepared to update. Please Note: As at February 2021, all applicants are required to undertake a NDIS Worker Screening Check. We are aware that some candidates are experiencing delays and difficulties with this process, especially where they have previously lived overseas. In order to minimise any potential delays, we encourage you to consider commencing the NDIS Worker Screening Check at the same time as you apply for this role. We would love to hear from you, please APPLY NOW. If you would like any more information, please contact our Recruitment Team on 03 9896 2468. ONCALL Group Australia is a Child Safe organisation, committed to Zero Tolerance to Abuse in care. We take seriously our responsibility to ensure the safety and well-being of all vulnerable children, young people and adults living with disabilities that we support. All applicants and employees must undergo mandatory screening checks. Only applicants with Australian Working Rights should apply. Indigenous Australians and Torres Strait Islanders are encouraged to apply.

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1 week ago Details and apply
1 week ago Details and Apply
VIC > Melbourne

Disability Support Worker (Individual/in-home)

ONCALL Group Australia

Who we are: ONCALL Group Australia is a registered National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) provider. We support NDIS participants (our clients) to achieve their NDIS Plan “goals”, and to improve their quality of life. We are people-focussed, driven by strong values; and employ only the best to deliver quality service. About the role: ONCALL currently have casual work available supporting individual NDIS participants in their homes, and in the community across Metropolitan Melbourne, and currently with high demand in the Northern suburbs. In this role, you will work with individual participants to achieve their NDIS Plan goals, and to support their day-to-day activities. These activities may include personal care, assistance with daily activities; and supporting participants to build and maintain their social and community engagement. Shifts are casual, and generally between 2 and 4 hrs. Most NDIS participants have funding for regular shifts, and prefer to build ongoing relationships with Support Workers who understand their needs and interests; creating the opportunity of ongoing regular rosters. Our clients will value your professionalism, your focus on their support, and your reliability. The capacity to understand the impacts of disabilities on the lives of participants, to support them to achieve their goals, and to build trusted professional relationships; is key to your job satisfaction in this role. When you join ONCALL Group Australia, you can expect : Leading pay rates Weekly pay Fantastic work/life balance - Choose when YOU want to work and the ONCALL systems and allocation team match your availability and skills A large variety of shifts to fit your lifestyle and experience in all areas of Melbourne A supportive team who are experienced and understand what you do What we are looking for: Relevant qualifications (Cert III or Diploma) in Disability, Aged Care, Individual Support, or Community Services, and/or Recent experience in the Disability or Aged Care sectors Working With Children Check (WWCC) Current NDIS Worker Screening Check (or willingness to obtain) Current First Aid (no more than 3 yrs old) and CPR (no more than 12 mths old) Certificates Current Administration of Medication (no more than 3 yrs old) Certificate Current Manual Handling (no more than 3 yrs old) Certificate Car (with Comprehensive insurance) and current Drivers License NB: if First Aid, CPR, Medication, or Manual Handling Certificates are not current, we can proceed with your application if you are prepared to update. Please Note: As at February 2021, all applicants are required to undertake a NDIS Worker Screening Check. We are aware that some candidates are experiencing delays and difficulties with this process, especially where they have previously lived overseas. In order to minimise any potential delays, we encourage you to consider commencing the NDIS Worker Screening Check at the same time as you apply for this role. We would love to hear from you, please APPLY NOW. If you would like any more information, please contact our Recruitment Team on 03 9896 2468. ONCALL Group Australia is a Child Safe organisation, committed to Zero Tolerance to Abuse in care. We take seriously our responsibility to ensure the safety and well-being of all vulnerable children, young people and adults living with disabilities that we support. All applicants and employees must undergo mandatory screening checks. Only applicants with Australian Working Rights should apply. Indigenous Australians and Torres Strait Islanders are encouraged to apply.

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... service. About the role: ONCALL currently have casual work available supporting individual NDIS participants in their homes, and in the community across Metropolitan Melbourne, and currently with high demand in the ...
1 week ago Details and apply
1 week ago Details and Apply
VIC > Bendigo & High Country

Disability Support Worker (Individual/in-home)

ONCALL Group Australia

Who we are: ONCALL Group Australia is a registered National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) provider. We support NDIS participants (our clients) to achieve their NDIS Plan “goals”, and to improve their quality of life. We are people-focussed, driven by strong values; and employ only the best to deliver quality service. About the role: ONCALL currently have casual work available supporting individual NDIS participants in their homes, and in the community across Metropolitan Melbourne, and currently with high demand in the Northern suburbs. In this role, you will work with individual participants to achieve their NDIS Plan goals, and to support their day-to-day activities. These activities may include personal care, assistance with daily activities; and supporting participants to build and maintain their social and community engagement. Shifts are casual, and generally between 2 and 4 hrs. Most NDIS participants have funding for regular shifts, and prefer to build ongoing relationships with Support Workers who understand their needs and interests; creating the opportunity of ongoing regular rosters. Our clients will value your professionalism, your focus on their support, and your reliability. The capacity to understand the impacts of disabilities on the lives of participants, to support them to achieve their goals, and to build trusted professional relationships; is key to your job satisfaction in this role. When you join ONCALL Group Australia, you can expect : Leading pay rates Weekly pay Fantastic work/life balance - Choose when YOU want to work and the ONCALL systems and allocation team match your availability and skills A large variety of shifts to fit your lifestyle and experience in all areas of Melbourne A supportive team who are experienced and understand what you do What we are looking for: Relevant qualifications (Cert III or Diploma) in Disability, Aged Care, Individual Support, or Community Services, and/or Recent experience in the Disability or Aged Care sectors Working With Children Check (WWCC) Current NDIS Worker Screening Check (or willingness to obtain) Current First Aid (no more than 3 yrs old) and CPR (no more than 12 mths old) Certificates Current Administration of Medication (no more than 3 yrs old) Certificate Current Manual Handling (no more than 3 yrs old) Certificate Car (with Comprehensive insurance) and current Drivers License NB: if First Aid, CPR, Medication, or Manual Handling Certificates are not current, we can proceed with your application if you are prepared to update. Please Note: As at February 2021, all applicants are required to undertake a NDIS Worker Screening Check. We are aware that some candidates are experiencing delays and difficulties with this process, especially where they have previously lived overseas. In order to minimise any potential delays, we encourage you to consider commencing the NDIS Worker Screening Check at the same time as you apply for this role. We would love to hear from you, please APPLY NOW. If you would like any more information, please contact our Recruitment Team on 03 9896 2468. ONCALL Group Australia is a Child Safe organisation, committed to Zero Tolerance to Abuse in care. We take seriously our responsibility to ensure the safety and well-being of all vulnerable children, young people and adults living with disabilities that we support. All applicants and employees must undergo mandatory screening checks. Only applicants with Australian Working Rights should apply. Indigenous Australians and Torres Strait Islanders are encouraged to apply.

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1 week ago Details and Apply
VIC > Melbourne

Registered Nurse

Estia Health

Estia Health Wattle Glen imparts a genuine sense of tranquil comfort and country hospitality, priding itself on providing high quality care in a warm, friendly, family-style environment. Situated near Wattle Glen and Hurstbridge stations, it is also close to neighbourhood shops and local hospitals. About the role Estia Health Wattle Glen are looking for an experienced Registered Nurse to join their team on a Casual basis working across a range of morning, afternoon and evening shifts. Working in the clinical team, our Registered Nurses inspire others while coordinating the provision of daily care needs to our residents. The role also involves: The provision of clinical care in accordance with legislation and practice within a professional and ethical framework Completing comprehensive, individual assessments and care plans for new and existing residents Ensuring timely and accurate documentation including ACFI What we will do for you At Estia Health, our people are the heart of our organisation, we love to see our team develop their careers with us Join one of Australia's leading aged care providers in one of the fastest-growing industries Support with Nursing studies and the opportunity to progress as a Registered Nurse once complete Lead a team and develop your coaching skills as you work to educate our carers Opportunity to internally progress within our clinical team and we will support your development Regular toolbox talks so you stay informed on processes Development opportunities such as our Emerging Leaders Program for high performing staff to be mentored by a member of our executive team Work in your local community and make a difference to the lives of our residents About you You'll bring to the role your passionate and caring nature and you will have: Current AHPRA Registration Preferrably minimum one years' experience as a RN Excellent communication and clinical documentation skills Excellent time management and organisational skills The ability to effectively lead a team (leadership experience highly regarded) Experience working within an Aged Care or similar environment Prior ACFI experience A commitment to keeping yourself and others safe The right to work in Australia Join us! If you would like to know more, please email us at wattleglen@estiahealth.com.au. If this sounds like the role for you, click on APPLY NOW! To find out more about Estia Health and the wonderful work we do, please visit and follow our LinkedIn page at https://www.linkedin.com/company/estia-health/Enjoy the flexibility of this casual role!, Opportunity to internally progress within our clinical team, Work in a dedicated team with strong leadership

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... the role Estia Health Wattle Glen are looking for an experienced Registered Nurse to join their team on a Casual basis working across a range of morning, afternoon and evening shifts. Working in the clinical team, our ...
2 weeks ago Details and apply
2 weeks ago Details and Apply
VIC > Melbourne

Enrolled Nurses

Estia Health

Estia Health Albury is a luxurious residence that excels in every aspect of care, comfort and ambience. Purpose-built in 2009, the modern architecture captures natural light to create a sense of elegant spaciousness throughout all living areas and private rooms. Close to Thurgoona shopping complex, Thurgoona golf club and Albury Hospital, the home is surrounded by natural bushland and nearby public transport. Various members of staff speak a second language, and a number have been at the residence for many years, providing a genuine sense of familiarity, stability and understanding. About the role Estia Health Albury are looking for two Enrolled Nurses to join their team on a Part-time and Casual basis working across a range of morning, afternoon and evening shifts. Working in the clinical team, our Nurses inspire others while coordinating the provision of daily care needs to our residents. The role also involves: The provision of clinical care in accordance with legislation and practice within a professional and ethical framework Completing comprehensive, individual assessments and care plans for new and existing residents Ensuring timely and accurate documentation including ACFI Part-time role is required for shifts Monday - Friday Casual role is required for shifts Monday - Sunday What we will do for you At Estia Health, our people are the heart of our organisation, we love to see our team develop their careers with us Join one of Australia's leading aged care providers in one of the fastest-growing industries Support with further Nursing studies and the opportunity to progress as a Registered Nurse once complete Lead a team and develop your coaching skills as you work to educate our carers Regular toolbox talks so you stay informed on processes Development opportunities such as our Emerging Leaders Program for high performing staff to be mentored by a member of our executive team Work in your local community and make a difference to the lives of our residents About you You'll bring to the role your passionate and caring nature and you will have: Current AHPRA Registration Minimum one-year experience as an Enrolled Nurse Excellent communication and clinical documentation skills Excellent time management and organisational skills The ability to effectively lead a team (leadership experience highly regarded) Experience working within an Aged Care or similar environment Prior ACFI experience A commitment to keeping yourself and others safe The right to work in Australia Join us! If you would like to know more, please email us at Albury@estiahealth.com.au. If this sounds like the role for you, click on APPLY NOW! To find out more about Estia Health and the wonderful work we do, please visit and follow our LinkedIn page at https://www.linkedin.com/company/estia-healthEnjoy a work-life balance with a part-time or casual role, Fast-paced environment with a strong clinical team who will support your growth, Regional location with affordable living close to the university and shops

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... role Estia Health Albury are looking for two Enrolled Nurses to join their team on a Part-time and Casual basis working across a range of morning, afternoon and evening shifts. Working in the clinical team, our Nurses ...
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1 week ago Details and Apply
VIC > Melbourne

Personal Care Attendants

Estia Health

Estia Health Oakleigh East is a friendly, welcoming residence with a focus on excellent care and comfort. Located in a quiet residential street, this expansive facility is close to public transport and a short drive to local shops. About the role Estia Health Oakleigh East are looking for Personal Care Attendants to join our team on a Casual and Part Time basis, working across a range of shifts in the morning, afternoon and evening. Delivering the best possible care to our residents (ensuring wellbeing and comfort) Supporting with daily living tasks (showering, meals etc) Manual handling Following direction from the Registered Nurse/s and managers What we will do for you At Estia Health, our people are the heart of our organisation, we love to see our team develop their careers with us Monthly training offered to solidify your skillset and regular toolbox talks to enhance your current learning Support with Nursing studies and opportunity to progress into a Registered Nurse once complete Placement opportunities for you to practice your leadership and mentoring skills Work in your local community and make a difference to the lives of our residents Annual Flu Shot provided About you You'll bring to the role your passionate and caring nature and you will have: Certificate III or IV in Aged Care/Individual Support Minimum 3 years' experience as a Carer Experience in Aged Care (highly regarded) Compassion for the elderly and a can-do attitude Excellent clinical documentation skills Excellent communication skills The ability to build positive relationships with your team and residents The right to work in Australia Join us! If you would like to know more, please email us at oakleigheast@estiahealth.com.au. If this sounds like the role for you, click on APPLY NOW! To find out more about Estia Health and the wonderful work we do, please visit and follow our LinkedIn page at https://www.linkedin.com/company/estia-health/ Casual and Part Time role - Flexibility to work around your lifestyle, Monthly training and regular toolbox talks to enhance skillset, Close to public transport and local shopping centres

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... we do, please visit and follow our LinkedIn page at https://www.linkedin.com/company/estia-health/ Casual and Part Time role - Flexibility to work around your lifestyle, Monthly training and regular toolbox talks to ...
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4 weeks ago Details and Apply
VIC > Melbourne

Registered Nurses

Estia Health

From the elegant paved entry and attractive courtyard gardens, to light-filled living spaces and cosy lounge areas, Estia Health Ringwood reflects the warmth and care that our staff provide to all residents. Our home is easily reached by public transport and is a short drive from hospitals and the vibrant Eastland and Knox shopping areas. About the role Estia Health Ringwood are looking for an experienced Registered Nurse to join their team on a Casual or Part Time basis working across a range of afternoon and evening shifts. Working in the clinical team, our Registered Nurses inspire others while coordinating the provision of daily care needs to our residents. The role also involves: The provision of clinical care in accordance with legislation and practice within a professional and ethical framework Completing comprehensive, individual assessments and care plans for new and existing residents Ensuring timely and accurate documentation including ACFI What we will do for you At Estia Health, our people are the heart of our organisation, we love to see our team develop their careers with us Join one of Australia's leading aged care providers in one of the fastest growing industries Lead a team, develop your coaching skills as you work to educate our carers Regular toolbox talks so you stay informed on processes Development opportunities such as our Emerging Leaders Program for high performing staff to be mentored by a member of our executive team Work in your local community and make a difference to the lives of our residents About you You'll bring to the role your passionate and caring nature and you will have: Current AHPRA Registration Minimum one years' of RN experience Excellent communication and clinical documentation skills Excellent time management and organisational skills The ability to effectively lead a team (leadership experience highly regarded) Experience working within an Aged Care or similar environment Prior ACFI experience A commitment to keeping yourself and others safe The right to work in Australia Join us! If you would like to know more, please email us at ringwood@estiahealth.com.au. If this sounds like the role for you, click on APPLY NOW! To find out more about Estia Health and the wonderful work we do, please visit and follow our LinkedIn page at https://www.linkedin.com/company/estia-health/Casual and Part Time roles - you choose your hours!, Monthly training and regular toolbox talks to enhance skillset, Close to public transport, hospitals and local shopping complexes

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... the role Estia Health Ringwood are looking for an experienced Registered Nurse to join their team on a Casual or Part Time basis working across a range of afternoon and evening shifts. Working in the clinical team ...
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2 weeks ago Details and Apply
VIC > Melbourne

Personal Care Attendants

Estia Health

From the elegant paved entry and attractive courtyard gardens, to light-filled living spaces and cosy lounge areas, Estia Health Ringwood reflects the warmth and care that our staff provide to all residents. Our home is easily reached by public transport and is a short drive from hospitals and the vibrant Eastland and Knox shopping areas. About the role Estia Health Ringwood are looking for Personal Care Attendants to join our team on a Part Time and Casual basis, working across a range of shifts in the morning, afternoon and evening. Delivering the best possible care to our residents (ensuring wellbeing and comfort) Supporting with daily living tasks (showering, meals etc) Manual handling Following direction from the Registered Nurse/s and managers What we will do for you At Estia Health, our people are the heart of our organisation, we love to see our team develop their careers with us Monthly training offered to solidify your skillset. Regular toolbox talks to enhance your current learning Support with Nursing studies and opportunity to progress into a Registered Nurse once complete Placement opportunities for you to practice your leadership and mentoring skills Work in your local community and make a difference to the lives of our residents Annual Flu Shot provided About you You'll bring to the role your passionate and caring nature and you will have: Certificate III or IV in Aged Care/Individual Support Experience in Aged Care (highly regarded) Compassion for the elderly and a can-do attitude Excellent clinical documentation skills Excellent communication skills The ability to build positive relationships with your team and residents The right to work in Australia Join us! If you would like to know more, please email us at Ringwood@estiahealth.com.au. If this sounds like the role for you, click on APPLY NOW! To find out more about Estia Health and the wonderful work we do, please visit and follow our LinkedIn page at https://www.linkedin.com/company/estia-health/ Casual and Part Time - Flexibility to work around your studies and lifestyle, Monthly training and regular toolbox talks to enhance skillset, Close to public transport, hospitals and local shopping complexes

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... work we do, please visit and follow our LinkedIn page at https://www.linkedin.com/company/estia-health/ Casual and Part Time - Flexibility to work around your studies and lifestyle, Monthly training and regular toolbox ...
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2 weeks ago Details and Apply
VIC > Melbourne

Personal Care Attendants | Bentleigh

Estia Health

Combining modern comfort with old-world charm, Estia Health Bentleigh evokes a genuine home-like ambience, and a friendliness that has earned it an enviable reputation in the community. Situated on a quiet residential street with ample off-street parking, our home is close to bus stops and a short drive from Bentleigh's central shopping area. About the role Estia Health Bentleigh are looking for Personal Care Attendants to join our team on a Casual basis, working across a range of shifts in the morning, afternoon and evening. Delivering the best possible care to our residents (ensuring wellbeing and comfort) Supporting with daily living tasks (showering, meals etc) Manual handling Following direction from the Registered Nurse/s and managers What we will do for you At Estia Health, our people are the heart of our organisation, we love to see our team develop their careers with us Monthly training offered to solidify your skillset Regular toolbox talks to enhance your current learning Support with Nursing studies and opportunity to progress into a Registered Nurse once complete Placement opportunities for you to practice your leadership and mentoring skills Work in your local community and make a difference to the lives of our residents Annual Flu Shot provided About you You'll bring to the role your passionate and caring nature and you will have: Certificate III or IV in Aged Care/Individual Support Preferably one years' experience as a Personal Carer Experience in Aged Care (highly regarded) Compassion for the elderly and a can-do attitude Excellent clinical documentation skills Excellent communication skills The ability to build positive relationships with your team and residents The right to work in Australia Join us! If you would like to know more, please email us at bentleigh@estiahealth.com.au. If this sounds like the role for you, click on APPLY NOW! To find out more about Estia Health and the wonderful work we do, please visit and follow our LinkedIn page at https://www.linkedin.com/company/estia-health/Flexible casual role, start now!, Regular toolbox talks to enhance your current learning, Work close to public transport, shops with onsite parking

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... About the role Estia Health Bentleigh are looking for Personal Care Attendants to join our team on a Casual basis, working across a range of shifts in the morning, afternoon and evening. Delivering the best ...
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VIC > Melbourne

Registered Nurses

Estia Health

Estia Health Knoxfield, a residence with a home-like and inviting ambience, offers a strong focus on family and individualised care. Just a short stroll from the Lakewood Nature Reserve, this single-level boutique home is set within a quiet botanical atmosphere just off a main suburban road. About the role Estia Health Knoxfield are looking for an experienced Registered Nurse to join their team on a Casual basis working across a range of morning, afternoon and evening shifts. Working in the clinical team, our Registered Nurses inspire others while coordinating the provision of daily care needs to our residents. The role also involves: The provision of clinical care in accordance with legislation and practice within a professional and ethical frame work Completing comprehensive, individual assessments and care plans for new and existing residents Ensuring timely and accurate documentation including ACFI What we will do for you At Estia Health, our people are the heart of our organisation, we love to see our team develop their careers with us Join one of Australia's leading aged care providers in one of the fastest-growing industries Support with Nursing studies and the opportunity to progress as a Registered Nurse once complete Lead a team and develop your coaching skills as you work to educate our carers Regular toolbox talks so you stay informed on processes Development opportunities such as our Emerging Leaders Program for high performing staff to be mentored by a member of our executive team Work in your local community and make a difference to the lives of our residents About you You'll bring to the role your passionate and caring nature and you will have: Current AHPRA Registration Preferrably one to two years' experience as a RN Excellent communication and clinical documentation skills Excellent time management and organisational skills The ability to effectively lead a team (leadership experience highly regarded) Experience working within an Aged Care or similar environment Prior ACFI experience A commitment to keeping yourself and others safe The right to work in Australia Join us! If you would like to know more, please call us on (03) 9763 1421 or by emailing us at knoxfield@estiahealth.com.au. If this sounds like the role for you, click on APPLY NOW! To find out more about Estia Health and the wonderful work we do, please visit and follow our LinkedIn page at https://www.linkedin.com/company/estia-health/Enjoy the flexibility of this casual role, Strong clinical team who will mentor you, Enhance your skills with monthly training and regular toolbox talks

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Part Time
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... follow our LinkedIn page at https://www.linkedin.com/company/estia-health/Enjoy the flexibility of this casual role, Strong clinical team who will mentor you, Enhance your skills with monthly training and regular toolbox ...
1 week ago Details and apply
1 week ago Details and Apply
VIC > Melbourne

Personal Care Attendant

Estia Health

Estia Health Knoxfield, a residence with a home-like and inviting ambience, offers a strong focus on family and individualised care. Just a short stroll from the Lakewood Nature Reserve, this single-level boutique home is set within a quiet botanical atmosphere just off a main suburban road. About the role Estia Health Knoxfield are looking for Personal Care Attendants to join our team on a Casual basis, working across a range of shifts in the morning, afternoon and evening. This role involves: Delivering the best possible care to our residents (ensuring wellbeing and comfort) Supporting with daily living tasks (showering, meals etc) Manual handling Following direction from the Registered Nurse/s and managers What we will do for you At Estia Health, our people are the heart of our organisation, we love to see our team develop their careers with us Monthly training offered to solidify your skillset Regular toolbox talks to enhance your current learning Support with Nursing studies and opportunity to progress into a Registered Nurse once complete Placement opportunities for you to practice your leadership and mentoring skills Work in your local community and make a difference to the lives of our residents Annual Flu Shot provided About you You'll bring to the role your passionate and caring nature and you will have: Certificate III or IV in Aged Care/Individual Support Experience in Aged Care (highly regarded) Compassion for the elderly and a can-do attitude Excellent clinical documentation skills Excellent communication skills The ability to build positive relationships with your team and residents The right to work in Australia Join us! If you would like to know more, please call us on (03) 9763 1421 or by emailing us at knoxfield@estiahealth.com.au. If this sounds like the role for you, click on APPLY NOW! To find out more about Estia Health and the wonderful work we do, please visit and follow our LinkedIn page at https://www.linkedin.com/company/estia-health/Start NOW in this casual role!, We will support your development and progression, Single level boutique home

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Part Time
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... the role Estia Health Knoxfield are looking for Personal Care Attendants to join our team on a Casual basis, working across a range of shifts in the morning, afternoon and evening. This role involves: Delivering ...
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1 week ago Details and Apply
VIC > Melbourne

Residential Youth Worker

ONCALL Group Australia

ONCALL Group Australiais an award-winning, quality certified, DHHS, NDIS and TAC registered organisation, providing Residential Out of Home Care and In-Home Support services to DHHS, Community Service Organisations, young people and their families. About the role: We are currently in need of experienced, qualified, and professional Residential Youth Workers to work across our Casual Staffing team and Out of Home Care Residential Services. As a Residential Youth Worker, you will engage with and provide trauma informed therapeutic support to children and young people who have complex behaviours. This opportunity may involve the transportation of young people currently residing in foster care. You may be tasked assisting young people in foster care to engage with appointments and schooling by transporting them to and from these destinations. Your goal will be to support and motivate children and young people to engage in required daily activities. You will work to provide a safe and stable environment, demonstrating positive role modelling to enable children and young people to meet their goals and achieve their full potential. When you join ONCALL, you can expect to receive Leading pay rates paid weekly A variety of shifts to meet work/life balance- including roster lines where available A supportive team that is always there to support you Discounted access to our Registered Training Organisation—ONCALL Training College What we are looking for We are looking for experienced, qualified Residential Youth Workers who are passionate team players and who pride themselves on excellent service delivery. To be considered, you must have: An open-minded approach supporting children and young people with complex needs, developmental and various cultural backgrounds. Proven experience working within a residential care environment Availability, reliability and flexibility. A professional team player who is friendly, empathetic, genuine and proactive. Hold or completing a Cert IV in Child, Youth & Family Intervention (Residential & OOHC), or relevant qualification. Completed or evidence of enrolment in mandatory trauma top up units. A full unencumbered Victorian Drivers' Licence A roadworthy and registered Vehicle with full comprehensive insurance A current Working With Children Check Current NDIS Worker Screening check (or willing to obtain) A National Police Check without convictions First Aid and CPR Certificate (or willing to obtain) Administration of Medication (or willing to obtain) Manual Handing (or willing to obtain) A car and current driver's license Please Note: As at February 2021, applicants are required to undertake a NDIS Worker Screening Check. We are aware that some candidates are experiencing delays and difficulties with this process, especially where they have previously lived overseas. In order to minimise any potential delays, we encourage you to consider commencing the NDIS Worker Screening Check at the same time as you apply for this role. We would love to hear from you, please APPLY NOW. If you would like any more information, please contact our Recruitment Team on 03 9896 2468. ONCALL is a Child Safe organisation, committed to Zero Tolerance to Abuse in care. We take seriously our responsibility to ensure the safety and wellbeing of all vulnerable children, young people and adults living with disabilities that we support. All applicants and employees must undergo mandatory screening checks. Only applicants with Australian Working Rights should apply. Indigenous Australians and Torres Strait Islanders are encouraged to apply.

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VIC > Melbourne

Residential Youth Worker

ONCALL Group Australia

ONCALL Group Australiais an award-winning, quality certified, DHHS, NDIS and TAC registered organisation, providing Residential Out of Home Care and In-Home Support services to DHHS, Community Service Organisations, young people and their families. About the role: We are currently in need of experienced, qualified, and professional Residential Youth Workers to work across our Casual Staffing team and Out of Home Care Residential Services. As a Residential Youth Worker, you will engage with and provide trauma informed therapeutic support to children and young people who have complex behaviours. This opportunity may involve the transportation of young people currently residing in foster care. You may be tasked assisting young people in foster care to engage with appointments and schooling by transporting them to and from these destinations. Your goal will be to support and motivate children and young people to engage in required daily activities. You will work to provide a safe and stable environment, demonstrating positive role modelling to enable children and young people to meet their goals and achieve their full potential. When you join ONCALL, you can expect to receive Leading pay rates paid weekly A variety of shifts to meet work/life balance- including roster lines where available A supportive team that is always there to support you Discounted access to our Registered Training Organisation—ONCALL Training College What we are looking for We are looking for experienced, qualified Residential Youth Workers who are passionate team players and who pride themselves on excellent service delivery. To be considered, you must have: An open-minded approach supporting children and young people with complex needs, developmental and various cultural backgrounds. Proven experience working within a residential care environment Availability, reliability and flexibility. A professional team player who is friendly, empathetic, genuine and proactive. Hold or completing a Cert IV in Child, Youth & Family Intervention (Residential & OOHC), or relevant qualification. Completed or evidence of enrolment in mandatory trauma top up units. A full unencumbered Victorian Drivers' Licence A roadworthy and registered Vehicle with full comprehensive insurance A current Working With Children Check Current NDIS Worker Screening check (or willing to obtain) A National Police Check without convictions First Aid and CPR Certificate (or willing to obtain) Administration of Medication (or willing to obtain) Manual Handing (or willing to obtain) A car and current driver's license Please Note: As at February 2021, applicants are required to undertake a NDIS Worker Screening Check. We are aware that some candidates are experiencing delays and difficulties with this process, especially where they have previously lived overseas. In order to minimise any potential delays, we encourage you to consider commencing the NDIS Worker Screening Check at the same time as you apply for this role. We would love to hear from you, please APPLY NOW. If you would like any more information, please contact our Recruitment Team on 03 9896 2468. ONCALL is a Child Safe organisation, committed to Zero Tolerance to Abuse in care. We take seriously our responsibility to ensure the safety and wellbeing of all vulnerable children, young people and adults living with disabilities that we support. All applicants and employees must undergo mandatory screening checks. Only applicants with Australian Working Rights should apply. Indigenous Australians and Torres Strait Islanders are encouraged to apply.

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QLD > Sunshine Coast

Food Services Assistants

Estia Health

Food Services Assistant (Casual) - Maroochydore At Estia Health, we're proud that each of our aged care homes uniquely represent the residents who choose us, the community that surrounds us and the people we work with. Join Estia Health and support our residents with continuing to live the life they love. We will support, nurture and develop your career in the growing aged care industry. About the role Estia Health Maroochydore are looking for experienced Food Services Assistants to join their team on a casual basis working across a range of morning, afternoon, evening and weekend shifts. Working in the hospitality team, our Food Services Assistants are responsible for providing residents with memorable dining experiences. The role involves: Preparation, presentation and delivery of food and beverages in accordance with the Food Safety Program Washing dishes and cleaning according to the Food Safety Program Adhering to and assisting with general Food Safety compliance activities Contribute to menu planning to meet resident's needs and preferences About you You'll bring to the role your passionate and caring nature and you will have: Basic food handling course certificate Experience in a kitchen environment and food services (preferably Residential Aged Care) Demonstrated ability to work within a multi-disciplinary team Effective time management and organisational skills Effective and positive communication skills A friendly and welcoming demeanour Knowledge of Work Health and Safety and a commitment to keep yourself and others safe and well The right to work in Australia What we will do for you: At Estia Health, our people are the heart of our organisation, we love to see our team develop their careers with us. Join one of Australia's leading aged care providers in one of the fastest growing industries Work in your local community and make a difference to the lives of our residents Feel supported by the Head Chef and kitchen team With a number of homes across the country there is opportunity to progress internally! Estia offers a range of benefits including attractive remuneration packages with workplace banking, novated leases and EAP services Annual Flu Shot provided Join us! If you would like to know more, please call us on 03 5391 4800 or by emailing us at Maroochydore@estiahealth.com.au. If this sounds like the role for you, click on APPLY NOW! To find out more about Estia Health and the wonderful work we do, please visit and follow our LinkedIn page at https://www.linkedin.com/company/estia-health/Multiple casual roles available - enjoy flexible employment!, Work with a supportive team led by our dedicated Head Chef, Feel valued with ongoing training and development opportunities

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... we do, please visit and follow our LinkedIn page at https://www.linkedin.com/company/estia-health/Multiple casual roles available - enjoy flexible employment!, Work with a supportive team led by our dedicated Head Chef ...
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QLD > Sunshine Coast

General Services Officer

Estia Health

General Services Officer (Casual) - Estia Health Mount Coolum At Estia Health, we're proud that each of our aged care homes uniquely represent the residents who choose us, the community that surrounds us and the people we work with. Join Estia Health and support our residents with continuing to live the life they love. We will support, nurture and develop your career in the growing aged care industry. About the role Estia Health Mount Coolum are looking for experienced General Services Officers to join their team on a Casual basis. The successful applicants will work across a range of morning, afternoon and evening shifts. At Estia Health, our team takes great pride in providing our residents with a great experience whilst in our care. As a General Services Officer at Estia Health, you will support our residents' and team by maintaining a safe, clean and home-like living environment. The role involves: Cleaning duties including mopping, vacuuming, dusting, waste management, restocking of supplies, cleaning and sorting laundry Adhering to infection control principles, WHS requirements including the safe storage and use of chemicals and complete cleaning requirements according to facility schedules Maintaining adequate supplies of toilet paper, soap and other cleaning and hygiene supplies for resident use Food handling duties About you You'll bring to the role your passionate and caring nature and a drive to maintain a clean and inviting environment for our residents, visitors and team. You will also have: Food Safety Certificate (essential) Certificate II or III in Cleaning (highly regarded) Experience in a similar or related role Knowledge of and experience in safe chemical handling Work Health and Safety knowledge and a commitment to keeping yourself and others safe The right to work in Australia What we will do for you: At Estia Health, our people are the heart of our organisation, we love to see our team develop their careers with us Join one of Australia's leading aged care providers in one of the fastest growing industries Work in your local community and make a difference to the lives of our residents Develop and expand your own skill set with regular training and development opportunities Estia offers a range of benefits including attractive remuneration packages with workplace banking, novated leases and EAP services Annual Flu Shot provided Join us! If you would like to know more, please call us on 07 5343 0200 or by emailing us at MountCoolum@estiahealth.com.au. If this sounds like the role for you, click on APPLY NOW! To find out more about Estia Health and the wonderful work we do, please visit and follow our LinkedIn page at https://www.linkedin.com/company/estia-health/Casual role - work across a variety of shifts to suit your lifestyle!, Supportive and dedicated working environment, Make a difference in the lives of our residents on a daily basis

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... work we do, please visit and follow our LinkedIn page at https://www.linkedin.com/company/estia-health/Casual role - work across a variety of shifts to suit your lifestyle!, Supportive and dedicated working environment ...
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VIC > Melbourne

Residential Youth Worker

ONCALL Group Australia

ONCALL Group Australiais an award-winning, quality certified, DHHS, NDIS and TAC registered organisation, providing Residential Out of Home Care and In-Home Support services to DHHS, Community Service Organisations, young people and their families. About the role: We are currently in need of experienced, qualified, and professional Residential Youth Workers to work across our Casual Staffing team and Out of Home Care Residential Services. As a Residential Youth Worker, you will engage with and provide trauma informed therapeutic support to children and young people who have complex behaviours. This opportunity may involve the transportation of young people currently residing in foster care. You may be tasked assisting young people in foster care to engage with appointments and schooling by transporting them to and from these destinations. Your goal will be to support and motivate children and young people to engage in required daily activities. You will work to provide a safe and stable environment, demonstrating positive role modelling to enable children and young people to meet their goals and achieve their full potential. When you join ONCALL, you can expect to receive Leading pay rates paid weekly A variety of shifts to meet work/life balance- including roster lines where available A supportive team that is always there to support you Discounted access to our Registered Training Organisation—ONCALL Training College What we are looking for We are looking for experienced, qualified Residential Youth Workers who are passionate team players and who pride themselves on excellent service delivery. To be considered, you must have: An open-minded approach supporting children and young people with complex needs, developmental and various cultural backgrounds. Proven experience working within a residential care environment Availability, reliability and flexibility. A professional team player who is friendly, empathetic, genuine and proactive. Hold or completing a Cert IV in Child, Youth & Family Intervention (Residential & OOHC), or relevant qualification. Completed or evidence of enrolment in mandatory trauma top up units. A full unencumbered Victorian Drivers' Licence A roadworthy and registered Vehicle with full comprehensive insurance A current Working With Children Check Current NDIS Worker Screening check (or willing to obtain) A National Police Check without convictions First Aid and CPR Certificate (or willing to obtain) Administration of Medication (or willing to obtain) Manual Handing (or willing to obtain) A car and current driver's license Please Note: As at February 2021, applicants are required to undertake a NDIS Worker Screening Check. We are aware that some candidates are experiencing delays and difficulties with this process, especially where they have previously lived overseas. In order to minimise any potential delays, we encourage you to consider commencing the NDIS Worker Screening Check at the same time as you apply for this role. We would love to hear from you, please APPLY NOW. If you would like any more information, please contact our Recruitment Team on 03 9896 2468. ONCALL is a Child Safe organisation, committed to Zero Tolerance to Abuse in care. We take seriously our responsibility to ensure the safety and wellbeing of all vulnerable children, young people and adults living with disabilities that we support. All applicants and employees must undergo mandatory screening checks. Only applicants with Australian Working Rights should apply. Indigenous Australians and Torres Strait Islanders are encouraged to apply.

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... We are currently in need of experienced, qualified, and professional Residential Youth Workers to work across our Casual Staffing team and Out of Home Care Residential Services. As a Residential Youth Worker, you will ...
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VIC > Bendigo & High Country

Residential Youth Worker

ONCALL Group Australia

ONCALL Group Australiais an award-winning, quality certified, DHHS, NDIS and TAC registered organisation, providing Residential Out of Home Care and In-Home Support services to DHHS, Community Service Organisations, young people and their families. About the role: We are currently in need of experienced, qualified, and professional Residential Youth Workers to work across our Casual Staffing team and Out of Home Care Residential Services. As a Residential Youth Worker, you will engage with and provide trauma informed therapeutic support to children and young people who have complex behaviours. This opportunity may involve the transportation of young people currently residing in foster care. You may be tasked assisting young people in foster care to engage with appointments and schooling by transporting them to and from these destinations. Your goal will be to support and motivate children and young people to engage in required daily activities. You will work to provide a safe and stable environment, demonstrating positive role modelling to enable children and young people to meet their goals and achieve their full potential. When you join ONCALL, you can expect to receive Leading pay rates paid weekly A variety of shifts to meet work/life balance- including roster lines where available A supportive team that is always there to support you Discounted access to our Registered Training Organisation—ONCALL Training College What we are looking for We are looking for experienced, qualified Residential Youth Workers who are passionate team players and who pride themselves on excellent service delivery. To be considered, you must have: An open-minded approach supporting children and young people with complex needs, developmental and various cultural backgrounds. Proven experience working within a residential care environment Availability, reliability and flexibility. A professional team player who is friendly, empathetic, genuine and proactive. Hold or completing a Cert IV in Child, Youth & Family Intervention (Residential & OOHC), or relevant qualification. Completed or evidence of enrolment in mandatory trauma top up units. A full unencumbered Victorian Drivers' Licence A roadworthy and registered Vehicle with full comprehensive insurance A current Working With Children Check Current NDIS Worker Screening check (or willing to obtain) A National Police Check without convictions First Aid and CPR Certificate (or willing to obtain) Administration of Medication (or willing to obtain) Manual Handing (or willing to obtain) A car and current driver's license Please Note: As at February 2021, applicants are required to undertake a NDIS Worker Screening Check. We are aware that some candidates are experiencing delays and difficulties with this process, especially where they have previously lived overseas. In order to minimise any potential delays, we encourage you to consider commencing the NDIS Worker Screening Check at the same time as you apply for this role. We would love to hear from you, please APPLY NOW. If you would like any more information, please contact our Recruitment Team on 03 9896 2468. ONCALL is a Child Safe organisation, committed to Zero Tolerance to Abuse in care. We take seriously our responsibility to ensure the safety and wellbeing of all vulnerable children, young people and adults living with disabilities that we support. All applicants and employees must undergo mandatory screening checks. Only applicants with Australian Working Rights should apply. Indigenous Australians and Torres Strait Islanders are encouraged to apply.

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... We are currently in need of experienced, qualified, and professional Residential Youth Workers to work across our Casual Staffing team and Out of Home Care Residential Services. As a Residential Youth Worker, you will ...
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QLD > Sunshine Coast

Cleaning and Laundry Attendant

Estia Health

Our brand new five-star aged care home on the Sunshine Coast, Estia Health Twin Waters is filled with light and luxury. Enjoy working in a dedicated memory support wing, with a private garden for residents to freely and safely enjoy the outdoors. We also have a modern on-site café, serving up barista-made coffee and delicious treats. About the role Estia Health Twin Waters are looking for experienced Cleaning and Laundry Attendants to join their team on a Casual basis. This role will support our residents' and team by maintaining a safe, clean and home-like living environment. The role involves: Cleaning duties including mopping, vacuuming, dusting, waste management, restocking of supplies, cleaning and sorting laundry Adhering to infection control principles, WHS requirements including the safe storage and use of chemicals and complete cleaning requirements according to facility schedules Maintaining adequate supplies of toilet paper, soap and other cleaning and hygiene supplies for resident use Kitchen duties (meal prep, washing dishes and supporting the chef) What we will do for you At Estia Health, our people are the heart of our organisation, we love to see our team develop their careers with us Join one of Australia's leading aged care providers in one of the fastest growing industries Work in your local community and make a difference to the lives of our residents Develop and expand your own skillset with regular training and development opportunities Estia offers a range of benefits including attractive remuneration packages with workplace banking, novated leases and EAP services Annual Flu Shot provided About you You'll bring to the role your passionate and caring nature and a drive to maintain a clean and inviting environment for our residents, visitors and team. You will also have: Certificate II or III in Cleaning (highly regarded) Experience in a similar or related role Knowledge of and experience in safe chemical handling Work Health and Safety knowledge and a commitment to keeping yourself and others safe The right to work in Australia Join us! If you would like to know more, email us at twinwaters@estiahealth.com.au. If this sounds like the role for you, click on APPLY NOW! To find out more about Estia Health and the wonderful work we do, please visit and follow our LinkedIn page at https://www.linkedin.com/company/estia-health/Casual position - work your preferred hours!, Large 114-bed modern home with brand new facilities, Opportunities to cross-train across other roles

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Part Time
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... Estia Health Twin Waters are looking for experienced Cleaning and Laundry Attendants to join their team on a Casual basis. This role will support our residents' and team by maintaining a safe, clean and home-like living ...
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QLD > Sunshine Coast

Food Services Assistant

Estia Health

From the moment you arrive, Estia Health Nambour surrounds you with the ambience of a luxury tropical resort - from its large bay windows, dedicated spa room and fitness centre to its light-filled lounge areas and tasteful décor. Situated on a quiet residential street, the residence is close to public transport, shops and many local amenities including the hospital, RSL and sporting facilities. Estia Health Nambour offers a healthy, social, active lifestyle supported by skilled and attentive staff, all set in pleasant, leafy gardens. Our residents have many opportunities to learn new skills, enjoy a new pastime or make new friends. About the role Estia Health Nambour are looking for experienced Food Services Assistants to join their team on a casual basis working across a range of morning, afternoon, evening and weekend shifts. Working in the hospitality team, our Food Services Assistants are responsible for providing residents with memorable dining experiences. The role involves: Preparation, presentation and delivery of food and beverages in accordance with the Food Safety Program Washing dishes and cleaning according to the Food Safety Program Adhering to and assisting with general Food Safety compliance activities Contribute to menu planning to meet resident's needs and preferences What we will do for you At Estia Health, our people are the heart of our organisation, we love to see our team develop their careers with us. Join one of Australia's leading aged care providers in one of the fastest growing industries Work in your local community and make a difference to the lives of our residents Feel supported by the Head Chef and kitchen team With a number of homes across the country, there is opportunity to progress internally! Estia offers a range of benefits including attractive remuneration packages with workplace banking, novated leases and EAP services Annual Flu Shot provided About you You'll bring to the role your passionate and caring nature and you will have: Basic food handling course certificate Experience in a kitchen environment and food services (preferably Residential Aged Care) Demonstrated ability to work within a multi-disciplinary team Effective time management and organisational skills Effective and positive communication skills A friendly and welcoming demeanour Knowledge of Work Health and Safety and a commitment to keep yourself and others safe and well The right to work in Australia Join us! If you would like to know more, please call us on 07 5459 3600 or by emailing us at nambour@estiahealth.com.au. If this sounds like the role for you, click on APPLY NOW! To find out more about Estia Health and the wonderful work we do, please visit and follow our LinkedIn page at https://www.linkedin.com/company/estia-health/Casual opportunity - enjoy the flexibility!, Regular training to develop your basic cooking and hygiene skills, Join a dynamic and friendly team!

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... we do, please visit and follow our LinkedIn page at https://www.linkedin.com/company/estia-health/Casual opportunity - enjoy the flexibility!, Regular training to develop your basic cooking and hygiene skills, Join a ...
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SA > Adelaide

Personal Care Attendant

Estia Health

Estia Health Golden Grove is a welcoming resort-style residence located in a quiet residential street, close to public transport and The Stables Shopping Centre. Professionally decorated and furnished to create a light, bright and relaxing environment. We also offer a secure memory support unit dedicated to ongoing specialised care for those with higher care needs About the role Estia Health Golden Grove are looking for experienced Personal Care Attendants to join our team on a Casual basis work across a range of morning, afternoon and evening shifts - you choose when you work! The role involves: You will be responsible for delivering the best possible care to our residents Supporting with daily living tasks (showering, meals etc) Manual handling Following direction from the Registered Nurse/s and managers What we will do for you At Estia Health, our people are the heart of our organisation, we love to see our team develop their careers with us Monthly training offered to solidify your skillset and regular toolbox talks to enhance your current learning Support with studying nursing and opportunity to progress into a Registered Nurse once complete Placement opportunities for you to mentor students and practice your leadership skills Work in your local community and make a difference to the lives of our residents Annual Flu Shot provided About you You'll bring to the role your passionate and caring nature and you will have: Certificate III or IV in Aged Care/Individual Support Experience in Aged Care (highly regarded) Compassion for the elderly and a can do attitude Excellent clinical documentation skills Excellent communication skills The ability to build positive relationships with your team and residents The right to work in Australia Join us! If you would like to know more, please email us at goldengrove@estiahealth.com.au. If this sounds like the role for you, click on APPLY NOW! To find out more about Estia Health and the wonderful work we do, please visit and follow our LinkedIn page at https://www.linkedin.com/company/estia-health/Start NOW in this Casual role. You choose when you work!, Feel supported with ongoing training and toolbox talks, Conveniently situated close to public transport and local shops

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... the role Estia Health Golden Grove are looking for experienced Personal Care Attendants to join our team on a Casual basis work across a range of morning, afternoon and evening shifts - you choose when you work! The ...
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SA > Adelaide

Cleaning Attendant

Estia Health

From the manicured gardens outside to the elegant décor within, Estia Health Encounter Bay is a charming resort-style residence renowned for its genuine comfort and calm. Open and spacious living areas combined with stylish contemporary amenities provide residents, their friends and families with comfortable places to relax, meet and enjoy companionship. About the role Estia Health Encounter Bay are looking for a Cleaner to join their team on a Casual basis, working across a range of morning, afternoon and evening shifts. As a Cleaner at Estia Health, you will support our residents' and team by maintaining a safe, clean and home-like living environment. The role involves: Cleaning duties including mopping, vacuuming, dusting, waste management, restocking of supplies, cleaning and sorting laundry Adhering to infection control principles, WHS requirements including the safe storage and use of chemicals and complete cleaning requirements according to facility schedules Maintaining adequate supplies of toilet paper, soap and other cleaning and hygiene supplies for resident use. What we will do for you At Estia Health, our people are the heart of our organisation, we love to see our team develop their careers with us Join one of Australia's leading aged care providers in one of the fastest growing industries Work in your local community and make a difference to the lives of our residents Develop and expand your own skillset with regular training and development opportunities Estia offers a range of benefits including attractive remuneration packages with workplace banking, novated leases and EAP services Annual Flu Shot provided About you You'll bring to the role your passionate and caring nature and a drive to maintain a clean and inviting environment for our residents, visitors and team. You will also have: Certificate II or III in Cleaning (highly regarded) Experience in a similar or related role Knowledge of and experience in safe chemical handling Work Health and Safety knowledge and a commitment to keeping yourself and others safe The right to work in Australia Join us! If you would like to know more, please email us at encounterbay@estiahealth.com.au. If this sounds like the role for you, click on APPLY NOW! To find out more about Estia Health and the wonderful work we do, please visit and follow our LinkedIn page at https://www.linkedin.com/company/estia-health/Choose the hours you work with this Casual role!, Regular infection prevention and work safety training provided, Join a team that cares and will support your internal progression

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... looking for a Cleaner to join their team on a Casual basis, working across a range of morning, afternoon and ... -health/Choose the hours you work with this Casual role!, Regular infection prevention and work safety training ...
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QLD > Sunshine Coast

Registered Nurses

Estia Health

Estia Health Mount Coolum is situated in a quiet residential street close to public transport and shopping centres, with picturesque views across native bushland to Mount Coolum itself. A wide range of social and lifestyle activities are offered to our residents, who can relax in our landscaped gardens, join in a range of social and lifestyle activities or chat with friends and family in our sun-filled living areas and courtyards. Our four terraces and a separate secure Nursing Home offer different levels of care to meet the individual needs of every resident. About the role Estia Health Mount Coolum are looking for experienced Registered Nurses to join their team on a casual basis working across a range of morning, afternoon and evening shifts. Working in the clinical team, our Registered Nurses inspire others while coordinating the provision of daily care needs to our residents. The role also involves: The provision of clinical care in accordance with legislation and practice within a professional and ethical frame work Completing comprehensive, individual assessments and care plans for new and existing residents Ensuring timely and accurate documentation including ACFI What we will do for you At Estia Health, our people are the heart of our organisation, we love to see our team develop their careers with us Join one of Australia's leading aged care providers in one of the fastest-growing industries Support with Nursing studies and the opportunity to progress as a Registered Nurse once complete Lead a team and develop your coaching skills as you work to educate our carers Regular toolbox talks so you stay informed on processes Development opportunities such as our Emerging Leaders Program for high performing staff to be mentored by a member of our executive team Work in your local community and make a difference to the lives of our residents About you You'll bring to the role your passionate and caring nature and you will have: Current AHPRA Registration Excellent communication and clinical documentation skills Excellent time management and organisational skills The ability to effectively lead a team (leadership experience highly regarded) Experience working within an Aged Care or similar environment Prior ACFI experience A commitment to keeping yourself and others safe The right to work in Australia Join us! If you would like to know more, please call us on 07 5343 0200 or by emailing us at mountcoolum@estiahealth.com.au. If this sounds like the role for you, click on APPLY NOW! To find out more about Estia Health and the wonderful work we do, please visit and follow our LinkedIn page at https://www.linkedin.com/company/estia-health/Enjoy the flexibility of this casual role, Monthly training and regular toolbox talks to enhance your skillset, Development opportunities such as our Emerging Leaders Program

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... the role Estia Health Mount Coolum are looking for experienced Registered Nurses to join their team on a casual basis working across a range of morning, afternoon and evening shifts. Working in the clinical team, our ...
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WA > Perth

Telecross Officer

Australian Red Cross

Casual role Based in East Perth,WA About Red Cross Australian Red Cross is part of the largest humanitarian movement in the world seeking to build a better society based on people helping people. About the role The primary focus of this position is to deliver the Telecross service to older adults who are frail, aged, carers or people who have a disability and are socially isolated - for both metropolitan and rural areas within Western Australia. The main activities of this position includes service delivery, volunteer coordination and customer service. This position is responsible for the delivery of the weekend, public holiday and during the Christmas/New Year week Telecross Service. What you'll bring Experience working collaboratively with volunteers and clients Available to work on weekends and public holidays from 7am until 11am or until job is complete Flexibility in work environment and ability to work as a remote team member Ability to handle difficult situations and make informed decisions Excellent oral and written communication skills Ability to be self-directed with high organisational skills, prioritising work load and completing work within set time frames Why work for us? Work for purpose, know that the work you do enables Red Cross to support and empower people and communities in times of vulnerability. You can access flexible working arrangements and generous salary packaging options that can increase your take home pay by paying certain expenses using pre-tax dollars. Further information For further enquiries please see position description below or contact Daisy Ashworth on 0409191264 Position Description: 1 Position Description - Team Member Telecross casual.pdf Applications closing date: 09 April 2021 at 11:55PM AEST

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... see position description below or contact Daisy Ashworth on 0409191264 Position Description: 1 Position Description - Team Member Telecross casual.pdf Applications closing date: 09 April 2021 at 11:55PM AEST
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2 weeks ago Details and Apply
QLD > Sunshine Coast

Nursing Assistants

Estia Health

Located in the recently developed Sunshine Cove complex on the Sunshine Coast, Estia Maroochydore is an integral part of the 262 acre complex. Offering a tranquil and peaceful environment for residents and families, providing its own community including a café, hairdressers, gardens and comfortable dining and living areas. Maroochydore's town centre, with shopping precincts, beach-side restaurants and cafés are a short drive away. About the role Estia Health Maroochydore are looking for experienced Nursing Assistants to join our team on a Casual basis. The successful applicants will work across a range of morning, afternoon and night shifts. Make a difference in the lives of our residents on a daily basis, ensuring wellbeing and comfort. At Estia Health, our team takes great pride in providing our residents with a great experience whilst in our care. As a Nursing Assistant at Estia Health, you will be responsible for delivering the best possible care and support in all areas of daily living to ensure our residents' wellbeing and comfort. About you You'll bring to the role your passionate and caring nature and you will have: Certificate III or IV in Aged Care/Individual Support Experience in Aged Care (highly regarded) Compassion for the elderly and a can do attitude Excellent clinical documentation skills Excellent communication skills The ability to build positive relationships with your team and residents The right to work in Australia What we will do for you: At Estia Health, our people are the heart of our organisation, we love to see our team develop their careers with us Join one of Australia's leading aged care providers in one of the fastest growing industries Work in your local community and make a difference to the lives of our residents Develop and expand your own skill set with regular training and development opportunities Estia offers a range of benefits including attractive remuneration packages with workplace banking, novated leases and EAP services Annual Flu Shot provided Join us! If you would like to know more, please call us on 07 5391 4800 or by emailing us at maroochydore@estiahealth.com.au. If this sounds like the role for you, click on APPLY NOW! To find out more about Estia Health and the wonderful work we do, please visit and follow our LinkedIn page at https://www.linkedin.com/company/estia-health/Multiple casual opportunities available, Opportunity to grow and develop your career!, Motivated team in a structured environment

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... the role Estia Health Maroochydore are looking for experienced Nursing Assistants to join our team on a Casual basis. The successful applicants will work across a range of morning, afternoon and night shifts. Make a ...
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QLD > Sunshine Coast

Lifestyle Officer - Mudgeeraba

Estia Health

At Estia Health, we're proud that each of our aged care homes uniquely represent the residents who choose us, the community that surrounds us and the people we work with. Join Estia Health and support our residents with continuing to live the life they love. We will support, nurture and develop your career in the growing aged care industry. About the role Estia Health Mudgeeraba are looking for an experienced Lifestyle Officer to join their team on a casual basis working across a range of morning, afternoon and evening shifts. At Estia Health, our team takes great pride in providing our residents with a great experience whilst in our care. Our Lifestyle Assistants/Officers are responsible for delivering engaging lifestyle programs to support the social and physical wellbeing of our residents. The role involves: Planning, implementing and maintaining lifestyle programs in line with our residents' needs and preferences Maintaining appropriate documentation and contributing to quality compliance About you You'll bring to the role your passionate and caring nature and you will have: Previous experience in a Lifestyle role within aged care or a similar environment (highly regarded) Certificate IV in Lifestyle, Diversional Therapy or similar Strong communication and documentation skills Innovative ideas and a sense of fun Compassion for our residents A commitment to keeping yourself and others safe The right to work in Australia What we will do for you At Estia Health, we love to see our team members grow with us. We encourage you to develop your skill and capability and have a range of structured clinical and professional development programs to help you grow your career. Join us! If you would like to know more, please call us on (07) 5565 0900 or by emailing us at yenti.kushor@estiahealth.com.au. If this sounds like the role for you, click on APPLY NOW! To find out more about Estia Health and the wonderful work we do, please visit and follow our LinkedIn page at https://www.linkedin.com/company/estia-health/Multiple opportunities available, Join the team now and make a difference to our residents' lives, Excellent team environment

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... the role Estia Health Mudgeeraba are looking for an experienced Lifestyle Officer to join their team on a casual basis working across a range of morning, afternoon and evening shifts. At Estia Health, our team takes ...
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SA > Adelaide

Personal Care Attendant | Kadina

Estia Health

Estia Health Kadina provides a home-like environment in a beautiful country setting, characterised by attentive and friendly staff who make this a warm, welcoming and fun place to be. Strong links to local organisations reinforce our community connections and contribute to the health and wellbeing of our residents. About the role Estia Health Kadina are looking for Personal Care Attendants to join our team on a Casual basis, working across a range of shifts in the morning, afternoon and evening. Delivering the best possible care to our residents (ensuring wellbeing and comfort) Supporting with daily living tasks (showering, meals etc) Manual handling Following direction from the Registered Nurse/s and managers What we will do for you At Estia Health, our people are the heart of our organisation, we love to see our team develop their careers with us Monthly training offered to solidify your skillset and regular toolbox talks to enhance your current learning Support with Nursing studies and opportunity to progress into a Registered Nurse once complete Placement opportunities for you to practice your leadership and mentoring skills Work in your local community and make a difference to the lives of our residents Annual Flu Shot provided About you You'll bring to the role your passionate and caring nature and you will have: Certificate III or IV in Aged Care/Individual Support Experience in Aged Care (highly regarded) Compassion for the elderly and a can-do attitude Excellent clinical documentation skills Excellent communication skills The ability to build positive relationships with your team and residents The right to work in Australia Join us! If you would like to know more, please emailing us at kadina@estiahealth.com.au. If this sounds like the role for you, click on APPLY NOW! To find out more about Estia Health and the wonderful work we do, please visit and follow our LinkedIn page at https://www.linkedin.com/company/estia-health/Start NOW and choose when you work!, We support your development with ongoing training and toolbox talks, Join a friendly and passionate team who are ready to welcome you

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... the role Estia Health Kadina are looking for Personal Care Attendants to join our team on a Casual basis, working across a range of shifts in the morning, afternoon and evening. Delivering the best possible ...
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SA > Adelaide

Disability Support Worker - Modbury

Claro Aged Care and Disability Services

Founded in 1986, Australian Home Care (AHC) has a diverse portfolio of business including Care Services which provide customised personal care and home help for people with disabilities and older adults, and specialist nursing services to people in their homes, workplaces and schools. AHC is a national business with over 2,000 employees across Australia dedicated to helping people live their lives, their way. The Opportunity We are seeking experienced, friendly, energetic individuals who are looking for a rewarding role as a Support Worker and are dedicated to providing exceptional support and service to our clients. This is an exciting opportunity to join our committed in-home care team to provide personal complex care, domestic assistance and respite. You will visit clients with disabilities in their homes to provide the vital support that enables them to maintain their independence and remain in the comfort of their own homes for longer. We Offer We provide an opportunity to work in a diverse, friendly and fun environment that is truly passionate about providing exceptional personalized service to our clients and support to our people. In addition we provide: Casual position to suit your availability and needs The ability to work close to home Ongoing training including thorough induction, short courses and Certificates in a supportive team environment Skills & Experience Experience in the provision of personal care duties Outstanding interpersonal skills and strong communication skills Report any changes to the care program requested by the client to the Client Services Coordinator A service-oriented nature, with a strong desire to provide quality client service Flexibility and ability to be adaptive Assist with recreational and leisure activities Highly professional and ability to act in a compassionate, non-judgmental manner Qualifications · Certificate III Individual Support, Home & Community Care, Aged Care, Disability Care or higher · Current First aid and CPR qualification · National Police Records Check · Working With Children's Check - if required to work with children under the age of 18 years · Current drivers licence and availability of a registered vehicle with comprehensive insurance For any questions regarding your application, please send a message through your LiveHire Inbox (top right corner dropdown box of your profile), or email recruitment@zenitas.com.au.

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... providing exceptional personalized service to our clients and support to our people. In addition we provide: Casual position to suit your availability and needs The ability to work close to home Ongoing training ...
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VIC > Other Regions VIC

Support Worker - Nagambie

Claro Aged Care and Disability Services

Multiple positions available Casual position with morning shifts available Work in the local Bendigo area A career in care and support The demand for quality in-home and community care is rapidly growing, and our teams are growing to meet it! We're now seeking Disability Support Workers in Nagambie. We are looking to fill multiple positions. Shift times are 8am - 10am, Monday - Sunday. Each day may be different, but your core responsibilities will likely include: Providing aid and support in common daily activities around the home Providing aid and support with hygiene and personal care Hoist transfers will be a big part of the role Working collaboratively with other support staff Join our great team. Be supported to learn and grow. Get rewarded along the way. Make a difference in the community. What you'll bring We are looking for a passionate and reliable person who enjoys helping to improve the life of others. To do well in this role, you will have at least 12 to 24 months' experience in the field working as a Support Worker and Certificate III (or higher) in Disability Care, Home & Community Care, Aged Care or Individual Support. A career with Claro Whether you're currently studying in the field, interested in exploring a new career, or an experienced worker - you can make a real difference with us. Our purpose is simple: to provide high quality care and support for all Australians across our community and enable people to shine! From our clients to our own teams, people are at the heart of our business. As part of our Claro team you will make a real impact, gain access to leading professional training and development, and enjoy flexibility that works for you. Previously known as Australian Home Care, Accommodation and Care Solutions, Comrec, Nextt and Orion Services, our team of 4,500 strong have combined the best of what we had to become Claro - offering our clients greater choice and a brighter future. A career you can choose If you're passionate about care and making a difference in people's lives, are aligned with our values, and want to work in a business that is growing, and that values and rewards its people, we'd love to hear from you. Apply directly or get in touch today! recruitment@claro.com.au

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Multiple positions available Casual position with morning shifts available Work in the local Bendigo area A career in care and support The demand for quality in-home and community care is rapidly growing, and ...
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QLD > Toowoomba and South West QLD

Customer Banking Specialist Opportunities Toowoomba

Commonwealth Bank

Are you spontaneous, always up for a challenge, and willing to try things? Full Time, Part Time and Casual opportunities available Monday - Friday flexibility is key during branch operating hours 9- 5pm Do work that matters As a Customer Banking Specialist you'll deliver an exceptional customer experience to new and existing customers. With a strong focus on customer education, you'll help our customers use and understand our new self-service banking tools. By identifying customer needs, you'll also advise them around products that could improve their financial wellbeing. Whether it's an efficient transaction or an introduction to our world class technology and specialist teams, your role is essential in adding value to the customer experience. See yourself in our team The Retail Bank is the public face of CommBank - in branches, on the phone, through video conferencing and online. Together we deliver a seamless banking experience for the future to our 10 million+ personal and small business customers. Our branches continue to evolve with our business as we focus on meeting our customers' changing needs and educating about our award winning technology. What will help you succeed? To be successful in this role you'll have the ability to ask the right questions and find the right solutions, to act with integrity and place the customer at the centre of everything you do. You'll need to bring your passion for service excellence and, whilst being comfortable working independently, you will also be able to refer our customers to other specialist team members in order to better serve their needs. You will be able to demonstrate an ability to work in a busy, commercial and driven retail environment whilst seeing the big picture for customers and providing them with holistic solutions. Most importantly you'll need to have a genuine passion for the customer and for doing the right thing to ensure we're putting our customer's needs first. If this sounds like the role for you then we would love to hear from you. Apply today! Whether you're passionate about customer service, driven by data, or called by creativity, a career here is for you. Our people bring their diverse backgrounds and unique perspectives to build a respectful, inclusive and flexible workplace. One where we're driven by our values, and supported to share ideas, initiatives, and energy. One where making a positive impact for customers, communities and each other is part of our every day. Here, you'll thrive. You'll be supported when faced with challenges, and empowered to tackle new opportunities. We really love working here, and we think you will too. We're determined to make a real difference for Australia's first peoples. We encourage all interested applicants to apply. If you're already part of the Commonwealth Bank Group (including Bankwest), you'll need to apply through Sidekick to submit a valid application. We're keen to support you with the next step in your career.

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QLD > Gold Coast

FSA - Mudgeeraba

Estia Health

While only minutes from the vibrant heart of the Gold Coast, Estia Health Mudgeeraba is a rural oasis set on six acres, surrounded by majestic gums and native wildlife. The facility has an elegant and contemporary-feel with modern refurbishments, dedicated to a comfortable lifestyle for all our residents. Parking is available onsite and conveniently located close to local shops and public transport. About the role Estia Health Mudgeeraba is looking for a Food Services Assistant to join their team on a permanent part time basis working across a range of shifts. The role involves: Preparation, presentation and delivery of food and beverages in accordance with the Food Safety Program Washing dishes and cleaning according to the Food Safety Program Adhering to and assisting with general Food Safety compliance activities Contribute to menu planning to meet resident's needs and preferences What we will do for you At Estia Health, our people are the heart of our organisation, we love to see our team develop their careers with us. Online learning programs to enhance food safety and hygiene skills Opportunity to progress internally within our kitchen team as a Cook or Chef Feel supported by the Head Chef and our stable kitchen team Join one of Australia's leading aged care providers in one of the fastest growing industries Work in your local community and make a difference to the lives of our residents Annual Flu Shot provided About you You'll bring to the role your passionate and caring nature and you will have: Basic food handling course certificate Experience in a kitchen environment and food services (preferably Residential Aged Care) Demonstrated ability to work within a multi-disciplinary team Effective time management and organisational skills Effective and positive communication skills A friendly and welcoming demeanour Knowledge of Work Health and Safety and a commitment to keep yourself and others safe and well The right to work in Australia Join us! If you would like to know more, please call email us at Mudgeeraba@estiahealth.com.au. If this sounds like the role for you, click on APPLY NOW! To find out more about Estia Health and the wonderful work we do, please visit and follow our LinkedIn page at https://www.linkedin.com/company/estia-health/Enjoy a work life balance with this Casual opportunity, Opportunity for internal progression within the team, Regular training to develop your basic cooking and hygiene skills

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... page at https://www.linkedin.com/company/estia-health/Enjoy a work life balance with this Casual opportunity, Opportunity for internal progression within the team, Regular training to develop your basic cooking and ...
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WA > Goldfields & Southern WA

KASSA Tem Leader

Australian Red Cross

Full time position 38 hours per week Maximum term role until June 2023 Based in Kalgoorlie, WA Who are we Australian Red Cross is part of the world's largest humanitarian organisation. Our aim is to improve the lives of the most vulnerable people in Australia and across our region. About the role This position is responsible for managing a staffing team including casual, full-time and part-time staff at the Kalgoorlie-Boulder Aboriginal Short Stay Accommodation facility. This facility provides safe, temporary and culturally appropriate accommodation for Aboriginal people (with a priority given to people from the Spinifex Lands) who wish to visit Kalgoorlie-Boulder for personal reasons. The position is responsible for the day to day supervision of the workers and for ensuring that the facility is maintained to a high standard of safety and cleanliness. The position holder is required to be multi-skilled and flexible, with good staff management skills including conflict resolution, sound understanding of workplace health and safety legislation, good written and verbal communication skills and the ability to develop and maintain supportive relationships with staff, volunteers, residents and community members. The position requires flexible working hours and ability to be contactable after-hours in the event of an emergency. What you will bring Understanding and respect for Aboriginal culture and the ability to work effectively alongside Aboriginal people at the facility and in the community. Knowledge of the issues that contribute to the social, emotional, physical, spiritual and cultural wellbeing of Aboriginal people and the communities in the region. Strong staff and team management skills and the ability to manage, mentor and support staff effectively. Sound knowledge of health and safety legislation and requirements and the ability to implement and maintain appropriate safety, security and maintenance procedures in a 24 hour residential environment. Benefits Be part of one of the largest humanitarian organisations and know that the work that you do will help improve outcomes for vulnerable people. Red Cross offers generous salary packaging benefits and flexible working arrangements. For further enquiries please see position description below or contact Aoife Field on 0409886064. Position Description: Team Leader - KASSA.pdf Closing date: 09 April 2021 at 11:55PM AEST

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NT > Regional Northern Territory

Project Officer

Australian Red Cross

The filling of this position is intended to constitute a special/equal opportunity measure under section 8(1) of the Racial Discrimination Act 1975 (Cth), and s 57 of the AntiDiscrimination Act 1996 (NT). The position/s is/are therefore only open to Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander applicants. Due to the nature and requirements of this role, applicants are required to be female. Project Officer Part time (up to 20 hours per week), or casual Tenant Creek Who we are Australian Red Cross is part of the world's largest humanitarian organisation. Our aim is to improve the lives of the most vulnerable people in Australia and across our region. About the role Work with community members and service providers, forming partnerships to achieve community identified actions and outcomes. Using Place Based Community Development skills and knowledge, this role will support both individual and community capacity building. What you will bring Understanding of Aboriginal culture Awareness of Community Development approaches and ability to implement those approaches in a culturally appropriate manner Experience collaborating with key stakeholders Flexibility to use varying skills to work with individuals from a wide range of cultural backgrounds and across genders Skills in using a variety of program activity equipment and ability to share those skills with others Good communication, written and computer skills A Working with Children check (Ochre card) is a mandatory requirement for this role Current drivers licence The benefits Be part of one of the largest humanitarian organisations and know that the work contributes to improving outcomes for vulnerable people. Red Cross offers generous salary packaging benefits. Further Information For further information about this role, please refer to the position description below or contact Joan Meredith on 0437 817 537 Position Description Position Description - Project Officer - Tennant Creek.pdf

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... , applicants are required to be female. Project Officer Part time (up to 20 hours per week), or casual Tenant Creek Who we are Australian Red Cross is part of the world's largest humanitarian organisation ...
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QLD > Gold Coast

Cleaning Attendant

Estia Health

While only minutes from the vibrant heart of the Gold Coast, Estia Health Mudgeeraba is a rural oasis set on six acres, surrounded by majestic gums and native wildlife. The facility has an elegant and contemporary-feel with modern refurbishments, dedicated to a comfortable lifestyle for all our residents. Parking is available onsite and conveniently located close to local shops and public transport. About the role As a Cleaning Attendant, you will work across two areas in our home: cleaning and laundry - we are looking for candidate who have flexibility to work across a range of shifts in the morning/afternoon and days including weekends. You will support our home through: Cleaning duties including mopping, vacuuming, dusting, waste management, restocking of supplies, cleaning and sorting laundry Adhering to infection control principles, WHS requirements including the safe storage and use of chemicals and complete cleaning requirements according to facility schedules Washing dishes and cleaning according to the Food Safety Program What we will do for you At Estia Health, our people are the heart of our organisation, we love to see our team develop their careers with us. Join one of Australia's leading aged care providers in one of the fastest growing industries Online training sessions to upskill your chemical handling and hygiene knowledge Estia offers a range of benefits including attractive remuneration packages with workplace banking, novated leases and EAP services Opportunity to progress into a Permanent position Annual Flu Shot provided Large organisation for you to develop your career Work in your local community and make a difference to the lives of our residents About you To be considered for this role, you must be available to work across a range of shifts including day, afternoon and weekend shifts. You will also have: Passionate individual with the utmost respect and empathy Certificate II or III in Cleaning (highly regarded) Experience in a similar or related role Knowledge of and experience in safe chemical handling Work Health and Safety knowledge and a commitment to keeping yourself and others safe The right to work in Australia Join us! If you would like to know more, please email us at mudgeeraba@estiahealth.com.au. If this sounds like the role for you, click on APPLY NOW! To find out more about Estia Health and the wonderful work we do, please visit and follow our LinkedIn page! https://www.linkedin.com/company/3252110/Flexible casual position - morning and afternoon shifts available, Opportunity to progress into a permanent position, Onsite parking offered, situated close to public transport and local shops

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... work we do, please visit and follow our LinkedIn page! https://www.linkedin.com/company/3252110/Flexible casual position - morning and afternoon shifts available, Opportunity to progress into a permanent position, Onsite ...
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VIC > Melbourne

Cyber Security Lead

Melbourne Water

Our Organisation We love water and love life. What we do makes a vital contribution to Melbourne's famous lifestyle. We achieve this by supplying high quality drinking water, providing outstanding sewerage services, integrating drainage systems, building resilience to flooding and by enhancing our waterway and land for greater community use. It's a pride we share in helping to make greater Melbourne a fantastic place to live. Reporting to the Cyber Security Manager you'll have the opportunity to make a difference and add to our work environment, within a place where you can learn and perform to your fullest potential. The Role This role is suitable for someone with extensive operational security experience with exposure to developing and enhancing policies, standards & guidelines. As the Cyber Security Lead you'll be part of a high performing team responsible for enterprise-wide oversight and coordination of information technology security efforts to reduce risks, respond to incidents and limit exposure to liability and risk with regard to IT systems, networks and applications. Emphasis is on information protection and the related technologies. This is a challenging and rewarding opportunity for an individual with extensive experience and expertise gained in working with security controls, compliance and governance. As the Cyber Security Lead, you'll be playing the pivotal role of assisting in the management of information security and risk across Melbourne Water. Make an Impact Become part of a talented and passionate team dedicated to enhancing life and liveability in Melbourne and beyond. Doing truly meaningful work in a supportive and inclusive culture that encourages you to make the most of your talents. We provide a range of employee benefits that will make your experience working at Melbourne Water both professionally and personally rewarding. Freedom Melbourne Water is committed to flexible working. We offer a variety of flexible arrangements to suit our employees varied needs and the business, including purchased leave, varied start and finish times, working from alternative locations, part time work and 9-day fortnights. We understand that Melbourne Water and our customers benefit from enabling our employees to achieve balance in work and life. Growth & Development We're a curious bunch at Melbourne Water and relish any opportunity to learn something new. We are in the business of enhancing life and liveability, which lends itself to re-imagining what's possible and challenging the status quo. We offer a variety of learning opportunities; from formal development programs, digital learning content and lunch & learns; to visiting our sites and getting to see our initiatives and projects first hand. We believe that learning happens every day, so we support our people to continuously learn and experiment in the flow of their work, designing their own development path. People Our people are passionate, welcoming and inclusive. We welcome applications from everyone, including people with disability, mature age and young job seekers, members of the LGBTI+ community, and people from culturally diverse backgrounds. Melbourne Water welcomes and encourages applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples. Your Skills and Experience Strong analytical skills in order to convert risk and incident data into meaningful management information Solid exposure and understanding of Security Tools Strong experience in IT Security space across security monitoring, incident management and reporting Experience with vulnerability scanning processes and tools Strong networking knowledge with cisco routers, switches & firewalls Experience with SOC (Security Operations Centre) Ideally an understanding of risk frameworks and the risk assessment process Strong written and verbal communication to be drive reporting Your ability to establish and maintain collaborative working relationships with internal and external stakeholders is required together with a qualification in one of the following subject areas: Information Technology or relevant experience and/or a relevant Security Industry qualification (CISSP, CISM, CISA etc) Candidates who have previous technical experience working in both IT and OT environment heavily preferred. For more information, please see the attached Position Description How to apply Click on the "apply" button and complete the online application form. Closing date: 7 th APRIL 2020 at 11:55pm AEST Please note a Police Check / Health Assessment is required for this position.

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VIC > Melbourne

Cyber Security Manager

Melbourne Water

Our Organisation We love water and love life. What we do makes a vital contribution to Melbourne's famous lifestyle. We achieve this by supplying high quality drinking water, providing outstanding sewerage services, integrating drainage systems, building resilience to flooding and by enhancing our waterway and land for greater community use. It's a pride we share in helping to make greater Melbourne a fantastic place to live. Reporting to the Chief Information Security Officer you'll have the opportunity to make a difference and add to our work environment, within a place where you can learn and perform to your fullest potential. The Role As the Cyber Security Manager you'll be responsible for on-going operational delivery and support of the IT cyber security environment, and the day-to-day management of Cyber Security Leads within the team who are responsible for the security within the portfolio. The position is key to provide people leadership and technical support, resolves problems, maintains documentation related to the security environment and liaises with internal and external system stakeholders. It provides the operational management responsibility for security and protection of all assets within the IT portfolio and would suit a highly passionate and engaged people manager who holds a strong technical experience and knowledge across Cyber Security and the continuous development and advancement across this space. Make an Impact Become part of a talented and passionate team dedicated to enhancing life and liveability in Melbourne and beyond. Doing truly meaningful work in a supportive and inclusive culture that encourages you to make the most of your talents. We provide a range of employee benefits that will make your experience working at Melbourne Water both professionally and personally rewarding. Freedom Melbourne Water is committed to flexible working. We offer a variety of flexible arrangements to suit our employees varied needs and the business, including purchased leave, varied start and finish times, working from alternative locations, part time work and 9-day fortnights. We understand that Melbourne Water and our customers benefit from enabling our employees to achieve balance in work and life. Growth & Development We're a curious bunch at Melbourne Water and relish any opportunity to learn something new. We are in the business of enhancing life and liveability, which lends itself to re-imagining what's possible and challenging the status quo. We offer a variety of learning opportunities; from formal development programs, digital learning content and lunch & learns; to visiting our sites and getting to see our initiatives and projects first hand. We believe that learning happens every day, so we support our people to continuously learn and experiment in the flow of their work, designing their own development path. People Our people are passionate, welcoming and inclusive. We welcome applications from everyone, including people with disability, mature age and young job seekers, members of the LGBTI+ community, and people from culturally diverse backgrounds. Melbourne Water welcomes and encourages applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples. Your Skills and Experience Sound and demonstrated experience with relevant cyber security and IT environments Experience with the management and operational delivery of cyber security Demonstrated experience in leading and managing a high-performing team. Strong interpersonal leadership, collaboration, facilitation and negotiation skills with business stakeholders and vendors and suppliers. Demonstrate a blend of business acumen, large-scale IT solutions know-how, governance knowledge and IT and cyber security experience Security qualifications, accreditations and current certification in: CISSP, CISM, CISA, ISO27001 LA and/or CRISC, not mandatory, but would be considered favourably. Demonstrated practical experience (implementation and risk assessment of security standards and framework) in one or more of the following: VPDSF, NIST 800-53, ISO 27001, ISO 27002, ISO 31000, PCI DSS and COBIT 5.0. Experience in IT project management Your ability to establish and maintain collaborative working relationships with internal and external stakeholders as well as strong communication skills, with the ability to explain complex technical issues is required together with a tertiary degree and evidence of post-graduate (or equivalent) follow-up in an IT security discipline. For more information, please see the attached Position Description How to apply Click on the "apply" button and complete the online application form. Closing date: 12 APRIL 2020 at 11:55pm AEST Please note a Police Check / Health Assessment is required for this position.

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VIC > Melbourne

Waterways & Land Officers

Melbourne Water

Our Organisation We love water and love life. What we do makes a vital contribution to Melbourne's famous lifestyle. We achieve this by supplying high quality drinking water, providing outstanding sewerage services, integrating drainage systems, building resilience to flooding and by enhancing our waterway and land for greater community use. It's a pride we share in helping to make greater Melbourne a fantastic place to live. Reporting to a North West Regional Services Team Leader, you'll have the opportunity to make a difference and add to our work environment, within a place where you can learn and perform to your fullest potential. The Role As the Waterways & Land Officer, you'll provide custodianship for Melbourne Water's waterway, flood, drainage and land assets in a discrete geographic area of responsibility. You will interact with a wide range of people within Melbourne Water, external organisations and with the general public to deliver waterway, drainage and land management services. Your genuine passion for making a difference and for working with the community to deliver waterway health and liveability outcomes will make you well suited to this role. We currently have the below fixed term vacancies available: • 1 x 11 month fixed term; Werribee team • 1 x 10 month fixed term; Maribyrnong team • 1 x 7 month fixed term; Lower Yarra team Make an Impact Become part of a talented and passionate team dedicated to enhancing life and liveability in Melbourne and beyond. Doing truly meaningful work in a supportive and inclusive culture that encourages you to make the most of your talents. We provide a range of employee benefits that will make your experience working at Melbourne Water both professionally and personally rewarding. Freedom Melbourne Water is committed to flexible working. We offer a variety of flexible arrangements to suit our employees varied needs and the business, including purchased leave, varied start and finish times, working from alternative locations, part time work and 9-day fortnights. We understand that Melbourne Water and our customers benefit from enabling our employees to achieve balance in work and life. Growth & Development We're a curious bunch at Melbourne Water and relish any opportunity to learn something new. We are in the business of enhancing life and liveability, which lends itself to re-imagining what's possible and challenging the status quo. We offer a variety of learning opportunities; from formal development programs, digital learning content and lunch & learns; to visiting our sites and getting to see our initiatives and projects first hand. We believe that learning happens every day, so we support our people to continuously learn and experiment in the flow of their work, designing their own development path. People Our people are passionate, welcoming and inclusive. We welcome applications from everyone, including people with disability, mature age and young job seekers, members of the LGBTI+ community, and people from culturally diverse backgrounds. Melbourne Water welcomes and encourages applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples. Your Skills and Experience Demonstrated ability to build and maintain strong customer relationships Ability to adopt an organization-wide perspective and capability to influence and lead external and internal stakeholders Experience in waterway, drainage and land asset management, natural resource management, waterway planning and rehabilitation practices, and with statutory planning processes Analytical and problem solving skills, including the ability to determine and adapt management approaches for a broad range of waterway, drainage and land management situations Well-developed interpersonal skills and an ability to communicate clearly and effectively with a wide range of people both within Melbourne Water, external organisations and with the general public, sometimes in conflict situations Skills required specifically for the WLO/CRO hybrid role; Strong negotiation skills with the ability to facilitate mutually agreed outcomes, particularly relating the resolution of customer issues for waterway, drainage and land assets and services. Undertaking tasks with a strong focus on timely, safe and consistent response. Your ability to establish and maintain collaborative working relationships with internal and external stakeholders is required together with a qualification in Environmental management, Environmental science or environmental or civil engineering. For more information, please see the attached Position Description: WL0183_Waterways and Land Officer.pdf How to apply Click on the "apply" button and complete the online application form. Closing date: Wednesday 7th April at 11:55pm AEST Please note a Police Check is required for this position.

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VIC > Melbourne

Area Lead Condition & Reliability Sewerage

Melbourne Water

Our Organisation We love water and love life. What we do makes a vital contribution to Melbourne's famous lifestyle. We achieve this by supplying high quality drinking water, providing outstanding sewerage services, integrating drainage systems, building resilience to flooding and by enhancing our waterway and land for greater community use. It's a pride we share in helping to make greater Melbourne a fantastic place to live. Reporting to the Team Leader, Sewerage Asset Management, you'll have the opportunity to make a difference and add to our work environment, within a place where you can learn and perform to your fullest potential. The Role As a Sewerage Asset Management's Area Lead for Condition & Reliability you'll be responsible for providing daily technical and people leadership, co-ordination, oversight and guidance to a team of asset managers to deliver and drive effective and efficient Asset Management outcomes for assets within Melbourne Water's sewerage transfer system, Eastern Treatment Plant & Werribee Treatment Plant. Make an Impact Become part of a talented and passionate team dedicated to enhancing life and liveability in Melbourne and beyond. Doing truly meaningful work in a supportive and inclusive culture that encourages you to make the most of your talents. We provide a range of employee benefits that will make your experience working at Melbourne Water both professionally and personally rewarding. Freedom Melbourne Water is committed to flexible working. We offer a variety of flexible arrangements to suit our employees varied needs and the business, including purchased leave, varied start and finish times, working from alternative locations, part time work and 9-day fortnights. We understand that Melbourne Water and our customers benefit from enabling our employees to achieve balance in work and life. Growth & Development We're a curious bunch at Melbourne Water and relish any opportunity to learn something new. We are in the business of enhancing life and liveability, which lends itself to re-imagining what's possible and challenging the status quo. We offer a variety of learning opportunities; from formal development programs, digital learning content and lunch & learns; to visiting our sites and getting to see our initiatives and projects first hand. We believe that learning happens every day, so we support our people to continuously learn and experiment in the flow of their work, designing their own development path. People Our people are passionate, welcoming and inclusive. We welcome applications from everyone, including people with disability, mature age and young job seekers, members of the LGBTI+ community, and people from culturally diverse backgrounds. Melbourne Water welcomes and encourages applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples. Your Skills and Experience Undertake Management of workload, day-to-day completion of tasks against work plans, and supporting development of team members, to deliver work program on time, within budget to assist Team Leader with resource planning whilst developing a work plan for the asset management portfolio. Working in conjunction with the TL & Area Leads to track, review and assist the team with performance planning. Ensure consistent application of Asset Management process and procedures, You will have knowledge of general asset management processes and risk assessment techniques related to large scale infrastructure management. Developing new planned maintenance/monitoring activities in our asset management system (Maximo) whilst Identifying assets with poor condition/performance/reliability issues relating to water industry assets. You will have demonstrated leadership, co-ordination and guidance abilities in order to achieve technical outcomes and develop solutions for asset maintenance issues (corrective actions from incidents/failures or emerging issues) Your ability to establish and maintain collaborative working relationships with internal and external stakeholders is required together with a Tertiary Qualification in Civil, Mechanical or Electrical Engineering. For more information, please see the attached Position Description: How to apply Click on the "apply" button and complete the online application form. Closing date: Sunday 11 th April 2021 at 11:55pm AEST Please note a Police Check / Health Assessment is required for this position. Current full Victorian Driver's License as Travel to various Melbourne Water sites - e.g. treatment plant sites and transfer sites.

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Operator WTP

Melbourne Water

Our Organisation We love water and love life. What we do makes a vital contribution to Melbourne's famous lifestyle. We achieve this by supplying high quality drinking water, providing outstanding sewerage services, integrating drainage systems, building resilience to flooding and by enhancing our waterway and land for greater community use. It's a pride we share in helping to make greater Melbourne a fantastic place to live. Reporting to the Team Leader Operations, WTP you'll have the opportunity to make a difference and add to our work environment, within a place where you can learn and perform to your fullest potential. The Role As the Operator WTP you'll be responsible to apply your experience, technical knowledge and exercise prudent judgement on a regular basis. Decisions and actions taken by the Operator have potential to impact plant performance and delivery of safe water to customers. You will be responsible for the following: Manage and control plant processes using SCADA and other systems to ensure plant performance and Customer Service is maintained Identifying process and asset issues and implement corrective measures as required whilst implementing initiatives to optimize plant operation Carry out inspections of complex equipment including a power station, large pumps and motors, liquid and gaseous chlorine, liquid and associated protection and alarm system checks and water sampling, e.g. residual chlorine, Turbidity, DO and pH Support the team with mentorship whilst working closely with Melbourne Water's Service Providers to facilitate delivery of maintenance and capital works in a safe and efficient manner while meeting production objectives Ensuring Plant production targets are met coupled with scheduling works compliance and maintenance tasks. Make an Impact Become part of a talented and passionate team dedicated to enhancing life and liveability in Melbourne and beyond. Doing truly meaningful work in a supportive and inclusive culture that encourages you to make the most of your talents. We provide a range of employee benefits that will make your experience working at Melbourne Water both professionally and personally rewarding. Freedom Melbourne Water is committed to flexible working. We offer a variety of flexible arrangements to suit our employees varied needs and the business, including purchased leave, varied start and finish times, working from alternative locations, part time work and 9-day fortnights. We understand that Melbourne Water and our customers benefit from enabling our employees to achieve balance in work and life. Growth & Development We're a curious bunch at Melbourne Water and relish any opportunity to learn something new. We are in the business of enhancing life and liveability, which lends itself to re-imagining what's possible and challenging the status quo. We offer a variety of learning opportunities; from formal development programs, digital learning content and lunch & learns; to visiting our sites and getting to see our initiatives and projects first hand. We believe that learning happens every day, so we support our people to continuously learn and experiment in the flow of their work, designing their own development path. People Our people are passionate, welcoming and inclusive. We welcome applications from everyone, including people with disability, mature age and young job seekers, members of the LGBTI+ community, and people from culturally diverse backgrounds. Melbourne Water welcomes and encourages applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples. Your Skills and Experience This position is deemed as a leadership role with influence on the development and performance of others. The role will require a significant catalogue of knowledge and experience in the following areas: Ability to make decisions and remain focused in a rigorous technical environment with an understanding of Melbourne Water's treatment and transfer system and its principles of operation. Knowledge of environmental and safety management systems and regulatory compliance such as Dangerous Goods and of key safety procedures such as LOTO, Control of Work. Expertise in the use of SCADA systems for monitoring and control whilst making decisions and remain focused in a rigorous technical environment. Your ability to establish and maintain collaborative working relationships with internal and external stakeholders is required together with a Certificate 3 or greater in Water or Waste Water Operations and the ability to swim at a competent level due to any work near, on or in water For more information, please see the attached Position Description: WS0351-Position Description-Operator WTP.docx How to apply Click on the "apply" button and complete the online application form. Closing date: Sunday 11 th April 2021 at 11:55pm AEST Please note a Police Check / Medical Assessment is required for this position.

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Communications & Engagement Advisor

Melbourne Water

Our Organisation We love water and love life. What we do makes a vital contribution to Melbourne's famous lifestyle. We achieve this by supplying high quality drinking water, providing outstanding sewerage services, integrating drainage systems, building resilience to flooding and by enhancing our waterway and land for greater community use. It's a pride we share in helping to make greater Melbourne a fantastic place to live. Reporting to the Team Leader, Business Communications and Engagement you'll have the opportunity to make a difference and add to our work environment, within a place where you can learn and perform to your fullest potential. The Role As the Communications & Engagement Advisor you'll be responsible for developing influencing and leading proactive communications and engagement initiatives for Major Program Delivery projects across Water supply, Sewer, Waterways and Drainage. Making Melbourne's diverse community the heart of our decision making and the delivery of our services, coupled with the engagement of stakeholder communications content, whilst providing support and direction to Melbourne Water teams. The key deliverables would include: Develop, lead and evaluate integrated communication and engagement strategies (face to face and digital), plans and procedures for complex projects and business strategies being delivered by across Melbourne Water service portfolio's. This would include; Stakeholder engagement activities Facilitation of community information sessions Door-knocking Digital engagement approaches, associated consultation and engagement materials Incident management, being a key part of incident response teams both field and office based, this may include being on an afterhours duty roster to ensure we respond to incidents in a timely manner. Measure and evaluate communications and engagement activities against strategy objectives whilst providing regular reports on community consultation activities and monitor and advise on emerging consultation issues. Development of web content and strategies, writing and managing the production of a wide range of communication materials including newsletters, bulletins, display materials, social media and digital content. Work closely with the Media team in the creation of media responses as required and assisting the media officer in the development and delivery of a media schedule for each project. Make an Impact Become part of a talented and passionate team dedicated to enhancing life and liveability in Melbourne and beyond. Doing truly meaningful work in a supportive and inclusive culture that encourages you to make the most of your talents. We provide a range of employee benefits that will make your experience working at Melbourne Water both professionally and personally rewarding. Freedom Melbourne Water is committed to flexible working. We offer a variety of flexible arrangements to suit our employees varied needs and the business, including purchased leave, varied start and finish times, working from alternative locations, part time work and 9-day fortnights. We understand that Melbourne Water and our customers benefit from enabling our employees to achieve balance in work and life. Growth & Development We're a curious bunch at Melbourne Water and relish any opportunity to learn something new. We are in the business of enhancing life and liveability, which lends itself to re-imagining what's possible and challenging the status quo. We offer a variety of learning opportunities; from formal development programs, digital learning content and lunch & learns; to visiting our sites and getting to see our initiatives and projects first hand. We believe that learning happens every day, so we support our people to continuously learn and experiment in the flow of their work, designing their own development path. People Our people are passionate, welcoming and inclusive. We welcome applications from everyone, including people with disability, mature age and young job seekers, members of the LGBTI+ community, and people from culturally diverse backgrounds. Melbourne Water welcomes and encourages applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples. Your Skills and Experience Experience developing and delivering proactive and innovative community engagement strategies on complex projects, business strategies or sensitive community issues. Experienced in online engagement techniques, social media and digital content creation with experience working across the IAP2 spectrum High level of project management skills with proven ability in setting priorities, meeting deadlines, managing budgets and keeping accurate records to enable project reporting whilst delivering projects on time and budget. Working with local and state government stakeholders around sensitive projects whilst maintaining key external relationships to ensure smooth delivery of critical projects. Your ability to establish and maintain collaborative working relationships with internal and external stakeholders is required together with a tertiary degree (Communications, Public Relations, Business, Marketing and Media) and previous experience managing projects For more information, please see the attached Position Description: Communications__Engagement_Advisor_.docx How to apply Click on the "apply" button and complete the online application form. Closing date: Friday 16 th April 2021 at 11:55pm AEST Please note a Police Check / Health Assessment/Drivers License is required for this position travel to various project locations and MW Operational sites will be required.

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VIC > Melbourne

Senior Project Manager/Project Manager

Melbourne Water

Our Organisation We love water and love life. What we do makes a vital contribution to Melbourne's famous lifestyle. We achieve this by supplying high quality drinking water, providing outstanding sewerage services, integrating drainage systems, building resilience to flooding and by enhancing our waterway and land for greater community use. It's a pride we share in helping to make greater Melbourne a fantastic place to live. What we do makes a vital contribution to Melbourne's famous lifestyle. We achieve this by delivering a $60 million program of civil and natural resource management projects including, for example, revegetation, desilting, contaminated land management, stormwater harvesting schemes, water main renewals, landscaping, drain repairs, wetland upgrades, fishway construction, canoe launch ramps, deer culling, planned burns, culvert replacements and environmental watering. It's a pride we share in helping to make greater Melbourne a fantastic place to live. Reporting to the Delivery Program Development East or West Team Leader (based on your preferences and our needs), you'll have the opportunity to make a difference and add to our work environment, within a place where you can learn and perform to your fullest potential. The Role You will interact with a wide range of internal customers, internal service providers (i.e. Works Execution) and external Service Providers such as State Plant Hire, Acacia, Greenworks and Platypus. Your genuine passion for making a difference and for ensuring important projects get delivered safely and efficiently to the requirements of our customers will make you well suited to this role. We currently have the below fixed term vacancies available: • 1 x 8 month fixed term Project Manager Role • 1 x 10 month fixed term Project Manager Role • 1 x 8 month fixed term Senior Project Manager Role We encourage applications from all areas of the wider business especially those who have a keen interest in moving into Project Management. Make an Impact Become part of a talented and passionate team dedicated to enhancing life and liveability in Melbourne and beyond. Doing truly meaningful work in a supportive and inclusive culture that encourages you to make the most of your talents. We provide a range of employee benefits that will make your experience working at Melbourne Water both professionally and personally rewarding. Freedom Melbourne Water is committed to flexible working. We offer a variety of flexible arrangements to suit our employees varied needs and the business, including purchased leave, varied start and finish times, working from alternative locations, part time work and 9-day fortnights. We understand that Melbourne Water and our customers benefit from enabling our employees to achieve balance in work and life. Growth & Development We're a curious bunch at Melbourne Water and relish any opportunity to learn something new. We are in the business of enhancing life and liveability, which lends itself to re-imagining what's possible and challenging the status quo. We offer a variety of learning opportunities; from formal development programs, digital learning content and lunch & learns; to visiting our sites and getting to see our initiatives and projects first hand. We believe that learning happens every day, so we support our people to continuously learn and experiment in the flow of their work, designing their own development path. People Our people are passionate, welcoming and inclusive. We welcome applications from everyone, including people with disability, mature age and young job seekers, members of the LGBTI+ community, and people from culturally diverse backgrounds. Melbourne Water welcomes and encourages applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples. Your Skills and Experience Participate in Project Scoping under the guidance of a Design and Estimation Lead. Manage complex civil and natural resource management projects. Management of stakeholder interactions and change(s), including negotiation with stakeholders. Develop and maintain Project Management Plans coupled with strong financial estimate, budgeting and forecasting capabilities. Experience with preparing scope documents and project management plans. Knowledge of civil engineering and natural resource management disciplines. Knowledge of or an ability to use corporate systems such Maximo and/or Technology One. Your ability to establish and maintain collaborative working relationships with internal and external stakeholders is required together with a Degree or diploma in a natural resource management, engineering or related discipline with a Construction Induction Card and a Victorian Driver's License (occasional travel to other Melbourne Water offices) For more information, please see the attached Position Description: DPD Project Manager PD.docx DPD Senior Project Manager PD.docx How to apply Click on the "apply" button and complete the online application form. Closing date: Sunday 18 th April 2021 at 11:55pm AEST Please note a Police Check / Health Assessment is required for this position. Please note only Melbourne Water employees can apply for internal roles

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VIC > Melbourne

Land Use Planner

Melbourne Water

Our Organisation We love water and love life. What we do makes a vital contribution to Melbourne's famous lifestyle. We achieve this by supplying high quality drinking water, providing outstanding sewerage services, integrating drainage systems, building resilience to flooding and by enhancing our waterway and land for greater community use. It's a pride we share in helping to make greater Melbourne a fantastic place to live. Reporting to the Senior Land Use Planner you'll have the opportunity to make a difference and add to our work environment, within a place where you can learn and perform to your fullest potential. The Role Sitting within the Resilient Futures Planning Team (Innovation and Resilience), this part time (.6) 12 months fixed term contract role will be key in supporting the Land Use Planning Projects to deliver liveability, resilience and environmental sustainability agendas You will deliver: In consultation with the Senior Land Use Planner and Team Leader you will coordinate and prepare submissions to state and regionally significant planning scheme amendments, whilst delivering strategic planning initiatives in building and land use planning Provide Land Use Planning advice and support to enhance the use of the Victoria planning provisions and deliver liveability, resilience and environmental outcomes including climate change guidelines and flood strategy plans. Engage with customers and stakeholders to ensure effective and collaborative delivery of outcomes. Undertake research and assist with the delivery of Flood Strategy refresh land use planning actions Make an Impact Become part of a talented and passionate team dedicated to enhancing life and liveability in Melbourne and beyond. Doing truly meaningful work in a supportive and inclusive culture that encourages you to make the most of your talents. We provide a range of employee benefits that will make your experience working at Melbourne Water both professionally and personally rewarding. Freedom Melbourne Water is committed to flexible working. We offer a variety of flexible arrangements to suit our employees varied needs and the business, including purchased leave, varied start and finish times, working from alternative locations, part time work and 9-day fortnights. We understand that Melbourne Water and our customers benefit from enabling our employees to achieve balance in work and life. Growth & Development We're a curious bunch at Melbourne Water and relish any opportunity to learn something new. We are in the business of enhancing life and liveability, which lends itself to re-imagining what's possible and challenging the status quo. We offer a variety of learning opportunities; from formal development programs, digital learning content and lunch & learns; to visiting our sites and getting to see our initiatives and projects first hand. We believe that learning happens every day, so we support our people to continuously learn and experiment in the flow of their work, designing their own development path. People Our people are passionate, welcoming and inclusive. We welcome applications from everyone, including people with disability, mature age and young job seekers, members of the LGBTI+ community, and people from culturally diverse backgrounds. Melbourne Water welcomes and encourages applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples. Your Skills and Experience Demonstrated knowledge of Victoria's planning system and the Victoria Planning Provisions Proficiency and knowledge in the following areas are preferred: Land Use Planning policies, legislation and procedures. VCAT and Planning Panel processes. Stormwater and floodplain management. Integrated Water Management. Strong organisational and project management skills, including project design, delivery, evaluation, budget management and reporting. Operational experience with computer based systems such as Geographical Information Systems and Microsoft Office suite of products. Adobe suite experience an advantage. Your ability to establish and maintain collaborative working relationships with internal and external stakeholders to deliver outcomes in an environment with complex issues is required coupled with a relevant tertiary qualifications/currently studying (final year) in Land Use Planning or equivalent. For more information, please see the attached Position Description: IP2198 - Position Description - Land Use Planner (1).docx How to apply Click on the "apply" button and complete the online application form. Closing date: Sunday 11 th April 2021 at 11:55pm AEST Please note a Police Check / Health Assessment is required for this position.

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VIC > Melbourne

Claims Service Consultant

Allianz

Motor Claims Consultant - Third Party Settlements Team | Melbourne-VIC Allianz Australia, part of the global Allianz Group, is one of the country's leading providers of insurance and risk management products and services. ‎By ‎joining Allianz you are joining a company that offers a fast-paced, flexible ‎and ‎innovative work environment and a rewarding career. Allianz is the home of those who dare to see the bigger picture rather than get lost in detail. Do you want to work in a high-trust culture where you'll feel empowered to make decisions that result in impact? We are currently seeking a Third Party Settlements Claims Service Consultant to join our Motor Claims team on a full-time basis. This role has training based in our Melbourne CBD Office, then work from home for ultimate flexibility! You'll be responsible for: Managing a complex portfolio of claims in a timely and cost-effective manner Ensuring a high standard of customer service is maintained with our internal and external customers while building a network of professional relationships Continuous communication with internal and external stakeholders to report on claim developments and potential strategic opportunities. Using your technical experience to thoroughly investigate and assess claims to ensure that appropriate strategies are being implemented and pursued Active communication and negotiation with other Insurer and parties with a view to achieving the best possible outcome for all stakeholders involved Important to your success: Previous claims handling experience The experience in dealing with Third Party negotiations Outstanding customer service ethic‎ Excellent written and verbal communication skills Sound time management skills High attention to detail‎ Strong PC skills The ability to work under pressure in a fast paced environment ‎ What's on Offer: At Allianz we value customer focus, reliability and teamwork and we're seeking ‎people with ‎‎the same ‎values. We recognise that our employees are our most valuable asset, so in addition ‎‎to a positive and progressive work environment we ‎offer an ‎‎attractive range of benefits ‎such as:‎ Insurance at discounted rates Superannuation flexibility Financial services ‎ Household and lifestyle discounts Salary packaging options About us Allianz is the home for those who dare - a supportive place where you can take the initiative to grow and to actively strengthen our global leadership position. By truly caring about people, we foster a culture where our employees are empowered to collaborate, perform, embrace trends and dare to challenge the industry. Allianz is committed to employment equity and therefore welcomes applications from men and women regardless of race or ethnicity, age, nationality, religion, disability, sexual orientation or philosophy of life. Please advise us if you require any reasonable adjustments to fully participate in the recruitment process or perform the requirements of the role. If you dare, there's an opportunity for you at www.allianz.com.au/careers

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Dams Engineer - Geotechnical

AECOM

Australia - Victoria, Melbourne Job Summary The AECOM Dams Group is one of the foremost dams consultancy businesses in Australia. We have leading experts in the fields of geotechnical, structural, risk assessment and dam design. We have worked on some of the largest dam projects in Australia such as, Hinze Dam and Dartmouth Dam. We are looking for an experienced geotechnical engineer with at least eight years of experience (preferably working on dams projects) to join our team. What can the dams team at AECOM offer you? You will work in a team that often wins work purely on the strength of its people and collaborative approach to dealing with complex problems. We have lots of interesting and exciting projects that we are currently working on. We value innovation and creative thinking. Our senior leadership is strong in technical mentoring, and values the development of staff. Minimum Requirements Your role will involve: Being part of the dams team providing geotechnical design and civil design services to the various business lines within the Melbourne office and within Asia-Pacific, including dam and other infrastructure projects; Preparation of tenders and proposals; Leading and supporting project teams to undertake the following: Investigation and condition assessment of existing dams. Scoping and undertaking geotechnical investigations, including interpretation of foundation conditions and characterising the engineering properties of foundation and construction materials. Concept design development for embankment dams (water storage), including tailings dams. Engineering input to the selection and specification of dam construction materials including earthfill, engineered filter and rockfill materials. Documenting the engineering designs, inspection reports and surveillance works undertaken. Preparation of detailed design drawings and technical specifications for construction. Construction support services including inspection of works, evaluation of quality control and quality assurance data and construction reporting. Ideally you will have: At least eight years of experience in geotechnical engineering and design is essential (dams experience preferred) Demonstrated capability in geotechnical design, including the preparation of design reports, design drawings and specifications Excellent report writing and verbal communication skills Well developed planning and organisational skills. A degree in Civil or Geotechnical Engineering or a related discipline (Essential). Preferred Qualifications . What We Offer When you join AECOM, you become part of a company that is pioneering the future. Our teams around the world are involved in some of the most cutting-edge and innovative projects and programs of our time, addressing the big challenges of today and shaping the built environment for generations to come. We ensure a workplace that encourages growth, flexibility and creativity, as well as a company culture that champions inclusion, diversity and overall employee well-being through programs supported by company leadership. Our core values define who we are, how we act and what we aspire to, which comes down to not only delivering a better world, but working to “make amazing happen” in each neighborhood, community and city we touch. As an Equal Opportunity Employer, we believe in each person's potential, and we'll help you reach yours.

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Senior Power Systems Engineer

AECOM

Australia - Victoria, Melbourne Job Summary Our Resources, Power and Industry (RPI) team have a new opportunity for a Senior Power Systems Engineer to join our multidisciplinary team in Melbourne. As part of a dynamic team, you will primarily focus on developing and delivering grid connection services projects and support the broader Power & Industrial business. This is an exciting time for AECOM's Energy business as the energy market, and Renewable Energy in particular, continues to grow. Grid connection is becoming a critical area where proponents (utility providers and private investors and developers) are seeking specialized grid connection and network planning services across various life cycles from siting to feasibility stage through to commissioning and on-going compliance monitoring during the operations phase. Our team is actively involved across both development and construction phase of the utility scale renewable energy projects (including grid connected and off grid) throughout the country. The team is working on a variety of challenging grid connection projects with some of the emerging technologies which include utility scale wind, solar, battery, pumped hydro and hybrid plants across the entire NEM (National Electricity Market) in Australia and offers a great opportunity to be a part of the energy transformation. The role of Senior Power Systems Engineer is an exciting and diverse opportunity for a proven Power Systems Engineer to take a step towards varied projects and work with a variety of AECOM's major Power and Energy clients throughout Victoria and South Australia. As part of this opportunity, the Senior Power Systems Engineer will: Undertake detailed power system/grid code compliance studies using tools such as PSS/E, PSCAD and Digsilent's PowerFactory Undertake grid connection due diligence including grid prospecting, connection optioneering, risk assessment and capacity/constraints assessment Support clients on negotiating with regulator and market operator (AEMO) and network service providers the best technical and commercial outcomes for their projects Support negotiation of connection agreements Deliver concept design for various connection configurations Lead and manage medium to large scale projects Support business process(es) improvement initiatives Write bids/proposals Liaises with OEMs and clients to drive the technical outcomes Minimum Requirements Proven relevant professional experience working for an Engineering Design Consultancy or an OEM or Utility Network Planning and connections. Proven understanding of transmission and distribution planning and customer connection processes for both regulated and industrial networks. Strong understanding of technical requirements (NER schedules S5.2 and S5.3) and guidelines for connecting new generators and loads (including new guidelines for DMAT). Undertaken and reviewed detailed grid connection studies using PSS/e,PSCAD and Digsilent's PowerFactory including PSS/E-PSCAD benchmarking and Model Acceptance Test(MAT). Proficient in Python Scripting. Managed designs for renewables connection projects at transmission or distribution level. Demonstrated understanding of control and protection principles of high voltage substation equipment, transmission lines, generators, transformers, reactive equipment, etc. Basic understanding of power electronics and control systems related to renewable technologies Demonstrated experience in preparing technical design documentation/report. Exceptional levels of written and oral communication. Preferred Qualifications Accredited CPEng or working towards Chartership status with Engineers Australia. Prior use of PowerFactory and ETAP expertise is desirable What we Offer The Workplace Gender Equality Agency (WGEA) recognises AECOM as taking a sophisticated, holistic approach to supporting women and men's participation throughout our workplace. We provide a diverse and inclusive work environment and offer many benefits to ensure your professional development & wellbeing. Flexible start and finish times, working from home, part time and job share options; Work-from-home equipment packages and assistance; Multidisciplinary and innovative projects for career development; State of the art, modern and contemporary offices; Paid parental and partner leave; Purchased additional annual leave + salary packaging; Corporate Employee discounts from up to 400 retailers; Wellbeing benefits eg. Vaccinations, health insurance discounts; Employee stock purchase plans; Study assistance; Professional and technical development opportunities. AECOM does not accept unsolicited resumes from recruiters or recruitment agencies. In the event a recruiter or agency submits a resume or candidate without a previously signed agreement, AECOM explicitly reserves the right to pursue and hire those candidate(s) without any financial obligation to the recruiter or agency. Any unsolicited resumes, including those submitted to hiring managers, are deemed to be the property of AECOM and in the absence of a signed Agreement, AECOM will not consider or agree to payment of any recruitment fee. What We Offer When you join AECOM, you become part of a company that is pioneering the future. Our teams around the world are involved in some of the most cutting-edge and innovative projects and programs of our time, addressing the big challenges of today and shaping the built environment for generations to come. We ensure a workplace that encourages growth, flexibility and creativity, as well as a company culture that champions inclusion, diversity and overall employee well-being through programs supported by company leadership. Our core values define who we are, how we act and what we aspire to, which comes down to not only delivering a better world, but working to “make amazing happen” in each neighborhood, community and city we touch. As an Equal Opportunity Employer, we believe in each person's potential, and we'll help you reach yours.

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Technology Services Consultant

KPMG

KPMG Australia is part of a global network providing extensive services across a wide range of industries and sectors. Our people collaborate, share their expertise and create innovation as we partner with clients to solve complex challenges, empower change, drive disruption and growth. Your Opportunity As a team member of the Melbourne Techzone this role represents the “face of IT” focused on providing the highest level of customer service. Using innovative solutions, the role is required to ensure that we service our customers as quickly and efficiently as possible. Essential to the role is your fascination and love of technology and your desire to try new things and see how they work. You understand that it is important not only to help fix equipment, but to build positive customer relationships with free technical advice and timely repairs. In this role you will: Provide efficient, effective and timely delivery of local IT support Services. Ensure all customer requests for service, including incidents and requests, are resolved/delivered/managed in accordance with agreed service levels to minimise the impact of service disruptions to KPMG. Communicate effectively and efficiently with the customer to ensure that they are well informed on the progress of their requests. Accurate diagnosis of root cause - Incident or Request. Identify and locally escalate support requests that are symptomatic of an unresolved underlying problem in IT equipment or services. Minimise customer impact by providing workarounds where possible. Participate in an on-call roster if requested by the team leader. Be customer, and delivery focused, organised and capable of delivering in full and on time. How are you Extraordinary? At KPMG, we believe diversity of thought, background and unique experience strengthens relationships and delivers meaningful benefits to our people, our clients and communities. To be considered for this opportunity, the ideal candidate will : Completed tertiary level qualification or certification and/or relevant experience. You enjoy meeting people and building relationships with customers. Your friends and family call you when they have a technical issue. You are passionate about tech support and customer service. You enjoy solving problems. You can communicate technical concepts in layman's terms. Experience exploring technical hardware. Coding/scripting experience. You provide white-glove treatment to customers. You have a sense of urgency—but also the ability to keep your cool. You have a foundational understanding of ITSM methodologies You share a passion for technology. You are passionate about sharing knowledge and developing others technical skills. Desirable VC/AV qualifications, experience highly regarded. MCP qualification and/or relevant experience. Vendor certification/s highly regarded. The KPMG Difference Our people are focused on creating a diverse and dynamic environment that embraces and values differences. We value the variety of unique experiences, qualities and characteristics our people possess, and we share and learn from each other. We are proud to be consistently recognised as an employer of choice for women, and for our achievements in LGBT+ workplace inclusion. Our commitment to 'Flexibility' allows our people to manage the changing demands of work, personal or family life. Explore the links below to hear our people share their experience @ KPMG (Please note that as this role is an office based front desk IT support role, the Melbourne office location and rostered times are required) Flexibility empowers wellbeing Flexibility enables contribution to the community Flexibility inspires technology & innovation Flexibility supports family Please apply for this position by submitting your confidential application online.

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People Manager

KPMG

HR Business Partner role supporting our Audit Assurance and Risk Consulting Division Permanent Opportunity Melbourne-based Opportunity KPMG is one of the most trusted and respected global professional services firms. Through depth of expertise, clarity of insight and strength of purpose we help our clients solve complex challenges, steer change, strengthen, transition and grow. We are looking for talented people who share our purpose of inspiring confidence and empowering change for our clients, our people and our communities. Our People, Performance and Culture Team (PPC) vision is to improve people's lives at KPMG and beyond. Our passion and purpose to achieve our vision is shared, and has been a key pillar in our strategy to build a world class people experience to become the clear choice for our people, clients and communities. We're now looking for an extraordinary individual to provide PPC leadership for our largest division (Audit, Assurance and Risk Consulting). Success in this role will require exceptional stakeholder management skills, a commercially focused mindset and the ability to support & influence change. Your Opportunity In your new role you will be responsible for activities including (but not limited to) the following: Coordinating and delivering pragmatic and high-quality advice, practices and solutions on people, performance and culture Establishing and maintaining effective relationships with internal clients at all levels with a focus on working closely with senior partners in the firm Providing advice, guidance and support to Partners and Managers on employee relations (ER) matters to resolve issues or prevent issues arising Coordinating the execution of annual performance and remuneration reviews within client groups and meet agreed deliverables Operating as a member of the AARC leadership groups Providing proactive guidance, advice and support to leadership teams that aligns with the firm's people strategy, builds an energised and aspirational culture and delivers an enhanced people experience. Collaborating with teams across the firm leading the people elements of divisional and firm-wide projects. How are you extraordinary? To be successful in this position your experience is likely to include: Successful track record in a HR business partner role supporting a complex corporate or professional services organisation Demonstrated strengths in building relationships with senior level stakeholders Strong familiarity with the workplace legislative framework Experience coaching and advising stakeholders on performance improvement/management, succession planning, remuneration and performance reviews Experience in influencing and driving projects and associated change Experience in delivering effective solutions that support business requirements, HR obligations and manage business risks Experience in managing a variety of tasks simultaneously in the face of changing priorities and requirements. Exceptional influencing skills, the ability to build collaborative relationships with our key stakeholders and superior communication skills University degree in a relevant discipline Although this a full-time position, we welcome candidates who may be seeking flexibility in working arrangements The KPMG Difference Our people are focused on creating a diverse and dynamic environment that embraces and values differences. We value the variety of unique experiences, qualities and characteristics our people possess and we share and learn from each other. We are proud to be consistently recognised as an employer of choice for women, and for our achievements in LGBT+ workplace inclusion. Our commitment to 'Flexibility' allows our people to manage the changing demands of work, personal or family life. Explore the links below to hear our people share their experience @ KPMG: Flexibility empowers wellbeing Flexibility enables contribution to the community Flexibility inspires technology & innovation Flexibility supports family Make KPMG the clear choice for your career and be Extraordinary !

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Manager - Mine Closure

KPMG

KPMG is one of the most trusted and respected global professional services firms. Through depth of expertise, clarity of insight and strength of purpose we help our clients solve complex challenges, steer change, strengthen, transition and to grow sustainably and responsibly. We are looking for talented people who share our purpose of inspiring confidence and empowering change for our clients, our people, our communities and our planet. KPMG's environmental service offering is aimed at assisting a wide variety of Australian and International clients to optimise managing their environmental risks and maximising their opportunities. We work with leading organisations across industry sectors and cover a wide range of exciting environmental topics, including: Mine closure planning, rehabilitation and cost estimation EHS compliance auditing Water footprints and water resilience in the supply chain Climate change and scenario analysis Carbon markets, pricing and offsets projects Circular economy and waste management Environmental impact assessments Designing effective environmental systems, processes and controls Environmental components of broader sustainability strategies Environmental Due Diligence Assisting organisations with drafting policies, guidelines and procedures to enhance environmental management Managing and reporting environmental data and information, including developing key performance indicators Responsible investment In response to growing demand from our resource sector clients, there is an exciting opportunity for an experienced mine closure planning, rehabilitation and cost estimation professional to join our team in Melbourne or Perth . Your new role You would manage one or more client engagements or components of large-scale engagements, as well as individually contributing to the overall quality of work on the engagement. Provide technical knowledge, direction and training to junior team members. Ensure effective engagement management by achieving the required realisation, revenue and profitability targets. Day to day management of team on engagements including coaching, providing constructive feedback and performance development. Increased focus on business development and building networks. Staying at the cutting edge of regulation, best practice, technology and innovation to be part of continually building these elements into our service offering is a key part of your role. Key expected leadership and behaviours are: Inspires others by developing and motivating, being a champion of inclusion and connecting individuals by building collaboration. Demonstrates a growth mindset by growing self, others and client relationships through self-awareness, innovation, and an exceptional client experience. Makes an impact by driving quality, bringing a strategic perspective, and tackling difficult decisions by exercising sound, ethical business judgement. Participates in initiatives to drive cultural improvements. Contributes to inclusion and diversity by role modelling inclusive behaviours and providing feedback to others as needed. You bring to the role Excellent all round knowledge of environmental risk management related to mine closure and rehabilitation, including at least 8-10 years of demonstrated experience in either managing or advising across closure planning, cost estimation and a variety of associated technical areas such as water quality, tailings storage, revegetation, environmental monitoring, demolition and waste management Demonstrated experience of at least 5 years in the mining sector An ability to work closely with financial statement audit teams and our in-house cost estimators to provide technical inputs into reviews of mine closure provisions / cost estimates Strong communication skills and excellent report writing abilities Demonstrated experience in leading projects and teams Coaching skills Ability to work to tight deadlines. Degree qualification in environmental or natural sciences, including engineering with an environmental or science focus. A Master's degree or additional qualification in environmental management or engineering will be favourably considered What we offer you We offer rewarding careers for outstanding professionals, ongoing learning and development opportunities, a collaborative and inclusive culture, and flexible and agile work practices that focus on our people's wellbeing to drive innovation and entrepreneurship. We also believe that our business plays a distinct and vital role in helping solve important social, health and safety and environmental issues. KPMG Australia harnesses the passion and capabilities of our people to empower positive change with our clients and in our communities. We believe that our nation can never reach its full potential until everyone has equal access to opportunity. Our Corporate Citizenship approach focuses our efforts on driving change for Indigenous Australia, Mental Health, Climate Action and Lifelong Learning, and the founding principle to leave no-one behind. Underpinning our approach are the UN Sustainable Development Goals, a global blueprint to achieve a better and more sustainable future for people and planet. By following the SDG framework business will prosper. When we acknowledge the interdependency of our world and bring everyone on the journey, we mitigate risk, open up new markets and bring hope to future generations. Indigenous Australia - SDG 10 Reduced Inequalities Mental Health - SDG 3 Good Health and Wellbeing Climate Action - SDG 13 Climate Action Lifelong Learning - SDG 4 Quality Education We believe diversity of thought, background and experience strengthens relationships and delivers meaningful benefits to our people, our clients and communities. We are consistently recognised as an employer of choice for women, and our inclusive culture promotes the development of our people irrespective of gender, ethnicity, generation, flexible work status, family circumstances, sexual orientation or disability. Go Beyond Your Potential. Please apply for this position by submitting your confidential application online.

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Senior Property Underwriter

Allianz

Senior Property Underwriter | VIC & TAS - Melbourne/ location within VIC flexible Work on complex & technically-challenging mid-market risk Engage with a broad selection of brokers and build your profile In a changing market, this is a great time to join the team Allianz is the home for Underwriters who dare to help our customers prosper. What if you could put the customer at the heart of everything you do? Are you looking for an organisation that has a high level of integrity and professionalism? Do you want challenging work that enables international relationships and sharing of global best practice? The Broker & Agency division is Allianz Australia's largest distribution channel whose customers include Commercial, Corporate and international buyer groups throughout Australia and New Zealand. We currently have an opening for a Senior Property Underwriter to join our team to work on complex mid-market/ corporate accounts in accordance with the business unit plan, underwriting guidelines and delegated authority limits. What you should expect: This role will suit an experienced Underwriter with extensive exposure to property underwriting with established broker relationships in the VIC & TAS Markets. You will underwrite Industrial Special Risks insurance risks across a wide portfolio of industries derived from a range of brokers, adhering to the highest technical underwriting standards. It will be your responsibility to: Work closely with a team of Underwriters, the State Manager and our Account Management team to source and underwrite profitable new business property opportunities through a panel of our key partners As one of the lead underwriters in branch for the property class, you will make a significant contribution towards portfolio analysis and product strategies for property. Underwrite our most complex renewals and executing effective retention strategies whilst leveraging those renewals to further develop relationships with our key broking partners. Promote and utilise the Allianz Group in Australia to provide whole of account insurance solutions for our clients across a wide number of product classes Work effectively with the Underwriting Team to develop their capabilities, provide a senior referral point and foster a collegiate underwriting culture. Monitor performance to ensure key financial indicators are achieved, namely GWP, Profit and Pricing control measures. Build and maintain relationships with key stakeholders within Branch and other Allianz divisions. Important to your success: You will have deep experience in a similar property underwriting role, ideally with exposure to reinsurance. Excellent stakeholder management skills with the ability to both build relationships and influence at all levels. A strategic thinker with an analytical mindset and the ability to problem solve. Strong communication skills both written and verbal. Tertiary qualifications that relate to and enhance the applicant's/incumbent's ability to carry out the job functions. What's On Offer This role will present an exciting opportunity to join a global iconic insurance organisation, which is transforming through an exciting time of change and growth. We recognise the contribution of our ‎employees and ‎‎reward our staff with a dedicated range of attractive benefits: wide range of insurance, household, lifestyle and travel discounts available; variety of flexible leave options; on-going training and development opportunities. We value integrity, customer focus, collaborative leadership and trust, and we are seeking ‎people with ‎‎the same ‎values. We recognise our employees as our most valuable asset and are committed to helping people to build a long term career within a strong inclusive team culture. About us Allianz is the home for those who dare - a supportive place where you can take the initiative to grow and to actively strengthen our global leadership position. By truly caring about people, we foster a culture where our employees are empowered to collaborate, perform, embrace trends and dare to challenge the industry. Allianz is committed to employment equity and therefore welcomes applications from candidates regardless of cultural or linguistic diversity, age, nationality, religion, level of visible or invisible disability, sexual orientation, gender identity, thinking and working styles or philosophy of life. What we ask in return is respect and a collaborative approach to working with a diverse group of people. Please advise us if you require any reasonable adjustments to fully participate in the recruitment process or to perform the requirements of the role. If you dare, there's an opportunity for you at www.allianz.com.au/careers #LI-ALLIANZAU

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Consultant - Data Modernisation

Deloitte

An amazing opportunity to make an impact that matters with high profile clients - be a part of one of the fastest growing teams in Melbourne. What will your typical day look like? As a Data Consultant, you will be part of designing and implementing Business Intelligence and Data Management solutions for our key clients. You will be responsible for: Data preparation, transformation and presentation using SQL on several different database platforms Working with the wider business to influence the strategies, architecture & design. Delivering insights through a range of corporate data sources through the application of analytics, data mining and real-time decision making techniques and applications. Supporting clients defining their strategy and building internal data governance framework- testing, security, accuracy and consistency. Provide analysis and consultation on data quality issues for clients About the team Big data, information and analytics. Three words that spark apprehension in most businesses. Our team of experts are constantly curious and excited about combining our wonderful array of technological expertise to transform data into our clients' most valuable assets, making their work smarter. Our data scientists are supported with resources, training and tools they need to excel at their work, but also the freedom and power to create their own paths forward to make a difference. Enough about us, let's talk about you. You are someone with:A minimum of 1 to2 years of data management and business intelligence experience Experience working with a structured project delivery environment, with preference of exposure to Australian Government clients. Experience with Data Warehousing techniques and technologies, with advanced SQL skills Proven experience with scripting data visualisations with an enterprise BI tool such as Tableau, Qlik, Power BI etc. Experience of cloud solutions (AWS, Cloudera, Google Analytics or similar) will be preferred. Why Deloitte? At Deloitte, we create positively differentiated work experiences that enable our people to feel valued and achieve their full potential. Deloitte Australia opens the door to a career that can cross borders virtually and physically across Asia Pacific to gain experience and access projects beyond Australia's borders. We value difference, and embrace people with diverse backgrounds, experiences, gender identities, abilities and thinking styles. Knowing that people work best in a variety of ways, we are happy to discuss alternative arrangements if the working pattern you are looking for is not specifically indicated. We're committed to continually building a safe and respectful workplace, where all our people feel appreciated and accepted. Through the creation of endorsed employee-led diversity networks which promote cultural, disability, LGBTI+, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people and gender equality, we're leading the way to shape an environment where everybody can thrive. We are proud to have been recognised for our efforts in inspiring change and accelerating progress - check out our careers site for recent recognition in this space. Next Steps Sound like the sort of role for you? Apply now. By applying to this job, you will be assessed against the Deloitte Global Talent Standards. We've designed these standards to provide our clients with a consistent and exceptional Deloitte employee experience globally. At Deloitte, we know we're at our best when we look out for one another; prioritise respect, fairness, development and wellbeing; foster an inclusive culture and embrace diversity in all forms. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment regardless of their background, experience, identity, ability or thinking style, and if you need assistance or an accommodation during the application process for accessibility reasons this is available upon request. The preferred candidate will be subject to background screening by Deloitte or by their external third-party provid

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Manager Cyber

KPMG

Immerse yourself in our inclusive, diverse and supportive culture Choose the way you want to work by embracing our flexible work arrangements Collaborate with sector and technical experts to grow your knowledge and network KPMG's Management Consulting division is looking for Senior Consultants to join their growing Cyber Security Strategy & Governance team in Melbourne on a permanent basis. This opportunity will require you to play an active role in growing KPMG's Technology, Risk and Cyber Security service line. We are seeking Manager who are passionate about Cyber Security and risk. You will work closely with clients to evaluate their business strategy, understand their technology environment and provide advice and recommendations to enable them to improve their ability to respond to Cyber risks and threats. Your Opportunity: On a typical day, you might be undertaking business development, client presentations or program delivery working with teams from across KPMG's Management Consulting division to ensure we are able to communicate and deliver on the KPMG customer promise. This will include: Assisting our clients to manage cyber risks in a way that enhances their ability to meet business objectives, stakeholder expectations and compliance obligations. Improving our clients' understanding and management of risk in technology through designing and implementing effective controls over technology assets. Working with our clients to develop Information Security Strategies, manage security uplift programmes and provide advice to enhance existing cyber security arrangements. Performing gap assessments between the security processes and operations of our clients against recognised global and domestic standards and regulations (e.g. ISO27001, NIST CSF, APRA CPS234). Developing benchmarking reports to provide our clients insight as to where they stand when measured against relevant industry practices. Enhancing our clients' business resilience. Leading junior staff to deliver the appropriate outcomes Developing your consulting skills in a multiple range of technology services such as IT strategy, governance, sourcing, security and resilience. How are you Extraordinary? At KPMG, we believe diversity of thought, background and unique experience strengthens relationships and delivers meaningful benefits to our people, our clients and communities. To be considered for this opportunity, your qualifications, skills & experience should include: Demonstrated client service excellence A background in IT consulting, IT audit, Risk Management or Cyber Security A tertiary qualification (preferably technology, commerce or similar) Post-grad qualifications such as CISM/CISSP Strong written and verbal communication skills and presentation skills including an ability to articulate deeply complex technical issues to a senior/executive/board level audience. The KPMG Difference At KPMG, we're passionate about creating an inclusive workplace that promotes and values diversity. We believe that everyone's unique experiences enable us to deliver meaningful benefits for our people, our clients and communities. We welcome and encourage applications from people of all backgrounds, ages, religions, including Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples, LGBTIQ+ people, those with a disability, women and people with a cultural or linguistically diverse background. We embrace flexibility as a key principle to allow our people to manage the changing demands of work, personal and family life. KPMG has a decade-long, proud commitment to Indigenous Australia, as demonstrated by the achievement of an Elevate level Reconciliation Action Plan. KPMG is a foundation member and Principal Partner of Pride in Diversity started in Australia by ACON and the Diversity Council of Australia, and is recognised in the Australian Workplace Equality Index(AWEI) which evaluates LGBTIQ+ inclusiveness in the workplace. KPMG Australia has been consistently recognised as an Employer of Choice in the Australian Government's Workplace Gender Equality Agency(WGEA) annual index.

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Senior Liability Underwriter

Allianz

Senior Liability Underwriter | VIC & TAS - Melbourne Work on complex and technically-challenging mid-market risk Engage with a broad selection of brokers and build your profile In a changing market, this is a great time to join a global insurer Allianz is the home for Underwriters who dare to help our customers prosper. What if you could put the customer at the heart of everything you do? Are you looking for an organisation that has a high level of integrity and professionalism? Do you want challenging work that enables international relationships and sharing of global best practice? The Broker & Agency division is Allianz Australia's largest distribution channel whose customers include Commercial, Corporate and international buyer groups throughout Australia and New Zealand. We currently have an opening for a Senior Liability Underwriter to join our team to work on complex mid-market/ corporate accounts in accordance with the business unit plan, underwriting guidelines and delegated authority limits. What you should expect: This role will suit an experienced Underwriter with extensive exposure to liability underwriting with established broker relationships in the VIC & TAS Markets. You will underwrite Public and Product Liability risks across a wide portfolio of industries derived from a range of brokers, adhering to the highest technical underwriting standards. It will be your responsibility to: Take technical/ underwriting ownership of the more complex liability Tailored Lines renewals and on new business opportunities on occasion. Manage workflows (renewals, endorsements etc) to ensure delivery of quality of services and products. Manage relationships across a focus on underwriting liability insurance as per delegated authority limits. Ensure business offering is aligned with divisional objectives, portfolio balance and cycle management strategies (growth & profit). Keep abreast of market conditions and trends, and maintain a market presence in their region and line of business community within Allianz. Provide feedback to stakeholders and take action to capitalise on business opportunities. Lead and coach team members to develop capability and build high performing, collaborative and engaged teams. Important to your success: Extensive experience in underwriting liability risk with a detailed understanding of account and reinsurance structures reinsurance coverage. Ability to plan and prioritise effectively, organise tasks and manage competing resources and demands. Comprehensive understanding of relevant regulatory and/ or legislative compliance requirements. Proven analytical and critical thinking capability to interpret a range of data, identify patterns, trends and links that inform judgments and solutions. Ability to interpret and analyse complex information, extract meaningful insights and evaluate options for decision making. Excellent verbal and written communication skills, capable of communicating with clarity, impact and influence. What's On Offer This role will present an exciting opportunity to join a global iconic insurance organisation, which is transforming through an exciting time of change and growth. We recognise the contribution of our ‎employees and ‎‎reward our staff with a dedicated range of attractive benefits: wide range of insurance, household, lifestyle and travel discounts available; variety of flexible leave options; on-going training and development opportunities. We value integrity, customer focus, collaborative leadership and trust, and we are seeking ‎people with ‎‎the same ‎values. We recognise our employees as our most valuable asset and are committed to helping people to build a long term career within a strong inclusive team culture. About us Allianz is the home for those who dare - a supportive place where you can take the initiative to grow and to actively strengthen our global leadership position. By truly caring about people, we foster a culture where our employees are empowered to collaborate, perform, embrace trends and dare to challenge the industry. Allianz is committed to employment equity and therefore welcomes applications from candidates regardless of cultural or linguistic diversity, age, nationality, religion, level of visible or invisible disability, sexual orientation, gender identity, thinking and working styles or philosophy of life. What we ask in return is respect and a collaborative approach to working with a diverse group of people. Please advise us if you require any reasonable adjustments to fully participate in the recruitment process or to perform the requirements of the role. If you dare, there's an opportunity for you at www.allianz.com.au/careers #LI-ALLIANZAU

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