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Senior/Principal Mechanical Engineer - Resources & Industrial

AECOM

Australia - Queensland, Fortitude Valley Job Summary AECOM's Resources and Industrial team has opportunities for Principal and Senior Mechanical Engineers to support the successful completion of a range of major mining, heavy industry and industrial projects. Being part of our team of industry experts and network of technical specialists will support the continued development of your technical and project management capabilities. You will work across all project phases from studies through to detailed engineering and execution, working predominately across mining, minerals processing and industrial projects. This is a great opportunity to take part in mining projects within an established and internationally experienced centre of excellence based in Brisbane. Utilising your relevant experience, you will also provide technical guidance to our graduate and upcoming engineers, contributing to the growth of the next generation of consultants. Minimum Requirements Recent, relevant project experience with mining, heavy industry or industrial operations and projects; Experience in the design of materials handling systems including crushing and conveying infrastructure; Experience in the design and specification of mechanical engineering projects within a consulting environment; Prior project engagement across either mining infrastructure, material handling or heavy industry sectors strongly preferred; Experience in leading multidiscipline engineering teams in the delivery of engineering projects or package; Strong ability to communicate with internal and external stakeholders; Exposure to Australian Standards in Mining and Industrial operations; Knowledge or exposure to study phases, frameworks and procedures across the project lifecycle (initiation to execution). Preferred Qualifications Bachelor of Engineering (Mechanical or related); RPEQ accreditation (or working towards) strongly advantageous. 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; Diverse, challenging and exciting multidisciplinary engineering projects; 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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QLD > Brisbane

Structural Designer - Resources & Industrial

AECOM

Australia - Queensland, Fortitude Valley Job Summary AECOM's Mining Design Team has an opportunity a Structural Drafter / Technical Officer in Brisbane. As part of this role, you will assist with providing drafting design input and technical support in the production of engineering drawings and documentation for small to large scale projects. You will actively participate in, and contribute to, all technical aspects of small to major industrial projects. Minimum Requirements 3-8 years' relevant work experience; Demonstrated past experience in Design Drafting on mining/industrial structural related projects; We are looking for a highly driven professional with a strong client-centric approach, who is looking to further develop their skills working in a fast-paced and dynamic team environment. Preferred Qualifications Recognised qualification (eg. Associate Degree, Bachelor of Engineering Technology, or equivalent); Capability in computer design package AutoCAD, Advance Steel & Navisworks; Revit experience advantageous. Benefits at AECOM 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 and job share options; Work from home equipment and assistance packages 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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QLD > Brisbane

Principal Structural Engineer - Resources & Industrial

AECOM

Australia - Queensland, Fortitude Valley Job Summary As a result of a significant project pipeline, we have an opportunity for a Principal Structural Engineer with demonstrated experience delivering major mining, heavy industry and industrial projects to join our Resources and Industrial team in Brisbane. As part of this role you will be given the opportunity to lead and deliver a variety of interesting projects, offering you the chance to combine your technical skills, client relationship management experience with a project delivery focus. Current projects include mines in Australia and Overseas including Mongolia, Columbia, and North America. Working with a broad range of clients, you will be involved in key stakeholder engagement processes, contributing to the growth of our business. As an experienced practitioner you will be a passionate mentor and leader on multi-disciplinary projects, supporting the development of our more junior team members. You will be a technical advisor, who is driven to contribute to the successful delivery of world-class projects. Minimum Requirements 12+ years' structural engineering design experience working on major mining, heavy industry or industrial operations and projects - essential; Experience working for an engineering design consultancy - essential; Design experience is essential; Demonstrated understanding of Australian Standards in Mining and Industrial operations. This role is ideal for an individual looking to join a leading structures team, working on major projects throughout the region. If you're looking to add great projects to your portfolio, whilst working in a supportive and innovative team where we strive for success along with work/life balance, apply today. Preferred Qualifications Bachelor of Engineering (Civil) - essential; RPEQ accreditation or ability to apply for immediately - essential. Benefits at AECOM The Workplace Gender Equality Agency (WGEA) recognises AECOM as taking a sophisticated, holistic approach to supporting women's 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 and job share options; Work from home equipment and assistance packages 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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QLD > Brisbane

Senior Hydraulic Modeller - Building Services

AECOM

Australia - Queensland, Fortitude Valley Job Summary Our Building Engineering Team is growing! In order to support our internal project-pipeline and the continued growth of our business, we are looking for a Senior Hydraulic Services Drafter to join our team. Working within a highly motivated and driven team, you will plan, manage and deliver a range of hydraulic design drawing packages to a broad range of clients within the Brisbane office. With support from our Hydraulics Lead, you will undertake and produce hydraulic services design drawings. You will communicate results by preparing hydraulics details, schematics and drawings, developing both your technical and business development skills. In addition to local projects and clients, our Hydraulics specialists function as a national team. This will enable you to provide hydraulics support for offices across the country, giving you the opportunity to work on a wide range of small, medium and large-scale projects. Drafting services will include: Rainwater harvesting Sanitary plumbing and drainage Liquid trade waste plumbing and drainage Potable and non-potable water reticulation Hot water and warm water systems Stormwater and roof drainage Typical hydraulic details Schematics and Isometrics Consumer gas services Fire hydrant and hose reel design Minimum Requirements 8+ years' experience in a similar role within a building services design consultancy or similar is mandatory Strong experience in preparing construction documents for all components of a typical building project, including schematics, details, and layouts Ability to work autonomously with limited input from design lead Ability to manage multiple priorities and communicate effectively with both internal and external clients around key dates. Strong experience and knowledge with Australian Standards Have the ability to design elements of hydraulic services with minimal guidance Produce accurate and timely hydraulic services drawings Willingness to learn and develop technical design knowledge of hydraulic services Experience in planning out drawings lists for complex building services projects Experience and ability to draft multiple disciplines (fire, electrical and mechanical services) Proven ability to assist in resolution of technical/co-ordination issues on projects within the building services team Good understanding of construction methods and procedures and how they can impact on the design being produced Ability to set up multi-disciplinary projects in Revit and undertake the drafting manager role for projects This role is ideal for an building services or hydraulic services drafter who thrives on working in a fast-paced environment where delivering high quality and technically accurate work is paramount. Preferred Qualifications Appropriate tertiary qualification OR equivalent trade-based experience in hydraulics preferred; Competent in the use of Revit MEP; Working knowledge of MS Office Suite. Competent in the use of coordination programs (BIM360, Revizto, Navisworks, etc) Benefits at AECOM 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; 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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QLD > Rockhampton City

Senior Transport Engineer

AECOM

Australia - Queensland, Rockhampton Job Summary AECOM's Civil Infrastructure group is looking for a passionate and highly driven Senior Transport Engineer to support our established Rockhampton Transport Team, made up of 15+ design and engineering staff who have delivered over $2b of local transport infrastructure for State and Local Government clients over the past 5 years. You will provide broader support to our transport planning, detailed design, traffic engineering and highway design teams across Queensland and interstate. Project managing small to medium sized projects, covering transport planning and detailed design will form part of this role. As part of our Regional Office, it will be important for the individual to be adaptable as project needs dictate. You will contribute to the winning and delivery of small to large scale projects and assist with preparing proposals and presentations to clients to win work as well as manage and deliver projects, establish and maintain a client base and accept responsibility for project performance. We are seeking a future leader with an interest in succession and long term growth in AECOM - an individual who is looking to develop their career within a global organisation. Working on a range of projects, this role will give you the opportunity to develop and shape your career. Minimum Requirements As a Senior Transport Engineer in our Rockhampton team, we will be looking for the following abilities/attributes: Lead Project teams and actively contribute to the technical aspects of projects so that projects are delivered on time, to scope and to budget with sound outcomes. Ability to build and maintain strong client relationships. Ability to work in multi-disciplinary teams and coordinate the integration of designs with other disciplines including lighting, stormwater, pavements, structures etc. Knowledge of road drainage design and ancillary road design elements (road signs and markings, safety barriers, pavements, services etc.). Play an active role in writing proposal, bid documents, and winning projects. Your strong sense of commitment, ability to adapt as project needs dictate, a willingness to learn and a desire to work in a dynamic deadline driven team environment will be keys to your success in this role. Preferred Qualifications Bachelor degree in Civil Engineering or similar RPEQ & CPENG qualified or working towards this. Benefits at AECOM 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 assistance and equipment packages; 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. In addition, the Rockhampton AECOM office is currently engaged in delivering a number of large-scale projects of significance for the region including the finalisation of the Business Case for the Rockhampton Ring Road Project and the Civil Design for the Australia Singapore Military Training Initiative (ASMTI) for the Department of Defence. With significant works in the pipeline, now is a great time to join our 35+ staff in Rockhampton - the largest consultant in the region. 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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QLD > Brisbane

Senior Associate, KPMG Strategy

KPMG

Join a growing Strategy team to help clients solve their most complex problems and make clear strategic choices that set them up to execute with confidence and deliver results Architect connected strategies that are grounded in rigorous analysis, actionable insight, stakeholder perspectives and industry experience by leveraging KPMG's deep and multi-disciplinary expertise (e.g. customer research, data and analytics, digital design, artificial intelligence, supply chain, innovation) Continue building your career through extensive professional development and career-building opportunities, with the support of senior leadership and embracing our 'learning mindset' culture Thrive within a flexible and agile work environment that supports a healthy life-work balance About us 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. KPMG Strategy, a global network of strategy professionals, helps organisations and executive teams change, grow, adapt, shape and respond to disruptive forces. We support organisations in defining their ambition and developing innovative strategies that embed the agility, customer-centricity and operational excellence needed to thrive in dynamic markets. We work shoulder-to-shoulder with clients through implementation and help them deliver targeted results by accelerating momentum, locking down value and de-risking both decisions and actions. Our services include: Enterprise Wide Strategy - Helping organisations shape their futures by aligning organisation-wide business strategies and operational models Growth Strategy - Helping organisations to design and implement growth strategies Deal Strategy - Advising companies on strategic investment & divestment Integration & Separation - Helping clients with strategic, operational and financial M&A advice pre, during and post transactions Operating Strategy & Cost - Helping clients to identify, quantify, prioritise and deliver the changes required to align their operating model to their financial targets and strategic objectives, delivering rapid improvement in performance and value Digital Strategy - Helping clients enhance the experience of their customers, operational productivity and collaboration by leveraging the latest digital technologies In all of our work, we focus on five common elements: A robust, informed fact base on company operations and the market environment Rigorous quantitative assessment and decision support An independent perspective and challenge to management decision making A focus on execution in planning for delivery to realise value Pragmatic and innovative solutions We are currently seeking new Associate and Senior Associate team members who share our purpose of inspiring confidence and empowering change for our clients, our people and our communities, and to share in our vision of “developing and empowering our people to provide innovative solutions in the delivery of projects and services that make a real difference to Australia's future prosperity”. Your new role Your team Join a pivotal team, with a strong and supported growth agenda Work with smart, dedicated and grounded people, who want to make an impact and have fun Join a diverse and collaborative team, who enjoy spending time together in and out of the office Be part of an ambitious organisation which invests heavily in innovation and growth Work seamlessly and efficiently across borders with colleagues from around the globe Your work Do work that matters to our clients and to you, working across sectors and strategy disciplines that you are passionate about Work directly with clients, often on-site, and take day to day responsibility for smaller projects and manage elements of larger engagements Analyse complex data to derive insights and recommendations Build strong and trusted relationships with client counterparts Handle ambiguity and changing client demands effectively Demonstrate high levels of drive, ambition and the ability to work at high levels of intensity Contribute to the design and implementation of practice development initiatives, coordinating with other members of the team You bring to the role Experience working for a recognised consulting firm, or central strategy/corporate development team Exceptional analytical and quantitative problem solving skills Strong numerical capabilities combined with sound commercial acumen Structured thinking skills combined with creativity Ability to review and assess large volumes of technical data and distil the key strategic insights Ability to adapt to a constantly changing and rapidly growing business environment Ability to work effectively with people at all levels across an organisation 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 and environmental issues; and use our unique skills and expertise to help create positive and lasting impacts for our communities. 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.

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QLD > Gold Coast

Disability Support Worker - Tweed Heads

Claro Aged Care and Disability Services

· Join a team of highly experienced and passionate professionals · Continue to learn with fantastic development opportunities available · Enjoy flexibility with a variety of shifts and hours, balance work & home 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 a Support Worker role to join our experienced and down-to-earth team in Tweed Heads. Each day will look a little different, but your key responsibilities will likely include: · Providing support in everyday daily activities around the home, like cleaning and assistance with daily activities · Providing support with hygiene and personal care and bowel care · Assistance, support, and chaperoning activities outside the home environment which may include transportation of your client · Assisting with medication compliance which may include the dispensation of prescription medication · Meal assistance which may include meal preparation 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're looking for caring, people focused individuals who will brighten our client's days and make a positive impact on their lives. To do well in this role, you will/may have: · Certificate III (or higher) in Disability Care, Home & Community Care, Aged Care or Individual Support · You must be a passionate and reliable person who enjoys helping to improve the life of others · Preferably knowledge and skills gained through 1 - 2 years of experience in a similar job A career with Claro Whether you are 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 today! Claro prides itself on being an equal opportunity employer. We encourage applications from all backgrounds, ages and gender as well as people who identify as First Peoples, LGBTIQ+ and people with a disability. If you would like your profile to be discovered by our team of recruiters for future roles, we would love you to join our Talent Community .

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QLD > Brisbane

Principal Fire Protection Designer

AECOM

Australia - Queensland, Fortitude Valley Job Summary Our Building Engineering Team is growing! In order to support our internal project-pipeline and the continued growth of our business, we are looking for a Senior or Principal fire protection designer to join our team. Sitting within the Buildings team in Brisbane, this role will present the candidate with a number of development and growth opportunities. This role will be to compliment and grow our delivery, QA and client service for Fire Services in Queensland. The wider AECOM Fire Services team across Australia will provide the candidate with additional support, peer review and work sharing as the national team grows. The role will allow the candidate to develop and progress in technical excellence as well as business and project delivery skills. The structure of the company means that there are career paths and progression available for both skill sets. On the technical front, the role will provide speciality advice on detection and suppression fire systems, including sprinkler systems, hydrant/hose reel and specialty gas and foam suppression systems. The role will also involve leading and delivering fire protection designs on projects across a variety of sectors including Defence, Health and Commercial. On the business and people side, the role will contribute to the management and delivery of moderate to large scale projects. As a senior role in the wider specialisms and fire protection team, the role will be for an individual to assist in the mentoring and developing of other staff members. It will also encompass the management of resources, budgets and timelines and enhancing client and working relationships. Project planning and execution discussions, including Deputy Project Management and Project Management to fire projects. Representation of the company at client meetings Feedback on method of delivery and improvements that could be made Minimum Requirements 8+ years' experience; Membership in appropriate registered body recognising qualifications and experience in Fire Protection, Fire Design and Fire Practices (e.g. QBCC or RPEQ as appropriate) Preferred Qualifications Appropriate tertiary engineering qualification with an emphasis in Fire Systems, and or Fire Engineering practices, or industry based fire services experience as appropriate. Benefits at AECOM 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; 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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QLD > Brisbane

Technical Director & Senior Design Manager

AECOM

Australia - Queensland, Fortitude Valley Job Summary As a result of a range of major project wins and a strong pipeline of pursuits and bids across the region, AECOM's Transportation and Civil Infrastructure Team in Brisbane has an opportunity for a highly experienced Technical Director to play a key role as Senior Design Manager. Supporting the delivery of existing projects and upcoming opportunities, this role offers a client-facing senior leadership position including design delivery, design / project management, and will require leadership, coordination and communication skills to successfully engage and guide project delivery teams, whilst working with closely with end clients and contractors. You will coordinate and provide technical overview and guidance to teams for mid to large-size projects, as well as manage client relationships and contributing to business development. In this direction-level role you will provide specialised technical input to studies and design for your specific area of expertise and be accountable for commercial and quality outcomes on project delivery. This role will work collaboratively with leaders across our SEQ Team, assisting with strategy development and rollout, project resourcing and pursuits as well as business initiatives within the Transportation sector, enabling you to continue to build your profile working for an international consultancy. Minimum Requirements This position is suited to an engaging and strategic professional who prides themselves on their ability to provide technical and project leadership in fields of transport planning and design, traffic, highways & civil engineering, and construction phase support. Demonstrated experience in the following is essential: Technical leadership and governance of multi-disciplinary teams in internal and client facing roles; Design of highways and associated infrastructure to RPDM and/or Austroads standards; Commercial/contractual management of projects on behalf of the Consultant; High quality technical and non-technical report writing in plain English. Demonstrated experience in the following is desirable: Design and delivery experience under 'design only' and 'design and construct' delivery models; Experience in the preparation of TMR Transport Infrastructure Contracts, or similar infrastructure delivery contracts and specifications; Experience in the delivery of Preliminary Evaluation and/or Business Case projects under TMR OnQ or PAF processes. Preferred Qualifications Relevant tertiary qualifications and consulting experience are a must. CPEng, NER, RPEQ registration preferred. 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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QLD > Brisbane

Site Engineer/Project Manager - Civil Infrastructure

AECOM

Australia - Queensland, Fortitude Valley Job Summary Job Summary AECOM is a global provider of professional technical and management support services to a broad range of markets, including transportation, buildings, resources, environmental and energy. With over 56,000 employees around the world, AECOM is a leader in all the key markets that it serves. AECOM is delivering a number of infrastructure projects in south east Queensland, predominantly with the Department of Transport of Main Roads (TMR). To support this delivery, we have a role for a Site Engineer to work on these projects. The Role The Site Engineer (Civil) role provides support to the delivery of these infrastructure projects and will ensure project delivery to time, cost and quality criteria, under supervision of the Project Manager/Contract Manager. The Site Engineer also assists in the development and implementation of new projects, including managing construction of projects as well as being able to: Contribute to the effective management of infrastructure projects in accordance with designated time, cost and quality objectives; Evaluate project constructability and propose proactive strategies for implementation in the management of existing and/or emerging project risks; Monitor and report on progress, foreseeing problems and implementing corrective action to maintain objectives; Establish project quality standards in consultation with clients, and monitor the quality of project inputs; Make timely decisions, and provide professional advice, based on appropriate technical, commercial, operational and risk factors in a professional manner; Undertake detailed project and resource scheduling; Implement appropriate procurement strategies as necessary to effectively deliver projects. Minimum Requirements As a Site Engineer, you will be supporting the construction phase of the project and have the following attributes: Relevant Bachelor's Engineering Degree (Civil Engineering, Project Management or similar); Knowledge of AS2124 General Conditions of Contract and Transport and Main Roads' policies, standards, and specifications; Experience in project development, contract management and/or delivery of civil engineering projects, desirably including road and bridges; Demonstrated knowledge of the principles of road, bridge design, construction, maintenance and materials; Demonstrated interpersonal and communication skills, verbal and written, including the ability to establish good working relationships with customers and stakeholders at all levels, and deal with situations requiring consultation, negotiation and conflict resolution; Knowledge of AS2124 style contracts such as Transport Infrastructure Contracts - Construct Only (TIC-CO), Road Construction Contracts (RCC); AS4300 style Design and Construct (D&C) Contracts, relational contracts, or Collaborative Project Agreements (CPA) or Alliance. Preferred Qualifications Prior exposure and understanding of TMR process, projects and standards is highly advantageous; Experience in Civil Infrastructure projects within a consultancy environment, highly regarded. 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; Multiple opportunities to deliver critical infrastructure projects; 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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Senior Structural Engineer - Buildings

AECOM

Australia - Queensland, Fortitude Valley Job Summary Job Summary AECOM (NYSE: ACM) is a global provider of professional technical and management support services to a broad range of markets, including transportation, facilities, construction, environmental and energy. With over 56,000 employees around the world, AECOM is a leader in all of the key markets that it serves. AECOM's Building Engineering group is looking for a highly driven Senior Engineer to join our Structural Engineering Team, based in Brisbane. As a valued member of our team you will provide technical structural engineering design input to contribute to a range of projects across Commercial, Educational Aviation and Health projects. The Role Working with a team of experts, this role will give you the opportunity to further develop your engineering management and design skills. You will work with several internal and external clients and will be involved in key stakeholder engagement processes, contributing to the growth of our business and continuous improvement in our value-add to design services. The role of Senior Structural Engineer is ideal for an engineer who enjoys working in a multi-disciplinary environment, with engineers, drafters and designers at varying levels of experience. This opportunity will see you take on a progressive technical role exposing you to a diverse project portfolio and range of client market sectors, while receiving excellent mentorship with some of the best specialists in the industry. Minimum Requirements Relevant tertiary qualification in Engineering or similar; Recent proven technical experience in a Structural Engineering environment; A passion to deliver projects in Design and provide clients with solutions, while working collaboratively with our multi-disciplinary specialist teams; Knowledge and clear understanding of working for an engineering design consultancy; Some proven experience in structural design software, such as ETABS, RAPT, RAM Concept or SPACEGASS. Preferred Qualifications Bachelor of Structural Engineering; Experience on large scale buildings projects. Benefits at AECOM 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; Multiple opportunities to deliver critical infrastructure projects; 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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QLD > Brisbane

Technical Director - Geotechnical

AECOM

Australia - Queensland, Fortitude Valley Job Summary Our Ground Engineering and Tunnelling Team has a permanent opportunity for a director-level Geotechnical Engineer to join our business in Brisbane. This role provides an exciting opportunity for an experienced professional to provide geotechnical support and leadership across a broad range of complex geotechnical projects, within Queensland and across Australia. As part of this role, you will provide direct technical inputs on projects across a broad range of engineering areas, namely general earthworks and pavements, foundations to structures, maritime piling, dredging and slope stabilisation and transport structures including bridges and embankments. You will work collaboratively with our leadership team across the Civil Infrastructure group, thereby raising your profile working in an international consultancy. As a highly experienced practitioner in the local market, you will play an active role in winning and delivering projects, as well as mentoring our growing team. Working within a global, multi-disciplinary organisation, this opportunity will see you assisting with the continued growth of our offering across the region, both in Australia and internationally. Minimum Requirements This role presents a career opportunity for a highly technical practitioner with proven experience working in design consultancy. Using your 20+ years' industry experience, you will be confident in leading and running geotechnical engineering components of complex, major projects and providing technical and strategic direction in their delivery. Your demonstrated experience in delivering above expected outcomes and strong technical capability will enable you to lead geotechnical design teams and design programs from options-analysis through to detailed design. Along with your technical capability, you will be a passionate mentor and leader - Guiding our growing team of less experienced engineers to provide high quality outputs and excellent client service, maintaining the key pillars of our team culture. Preferred Qualifications Bachelor's degree in Civil Engineering (or equivalent); CPEng / RPEQ (Essential.) 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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QLD > Brisbane

Domestic Assistant - Logan

Claro Aged Care and Disability Services

· Gain valuable hands-on experience while completing your study · Balance your work and study schedules · Entry level opportunity 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 a Domestic Assistant to join our experienced and down-to-earth team in Logan. Each day will look a little different, but your key responsibilities will likely include: General Housekeeping assistance Report any incidents, accidents, complaints or change in clinical condition Preparation of customer meals and service of food provision with consideration to diet Shopping with the customer, going to activities with the customer, assisting customer to appointments Are are looking for 10 to 15 hours per week , working weekdays you will need to be available for shifts between 7am - 4pm. Do you love variety in your day? 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're looking for caring, people focused individuals who will brighten our client's days and make a positive impact on their lives. To do well in this role, you will/may have: Certificate III Individual Support, Home & Community Care, Aged Care, Disability Care Current First aid and CPR qualification National Police Records Check Current drivers license and availability of a registered vehicle with comprehensive insurance Current Blue Card and Yellow card/or NDIS Worker Screening Availability to work short shifts across multiple locations 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. Apply directly or get in touch today! Recruitment@claro.com.au Claro prides itself on being an equal opportunity employer. We encourage applications from all backgrounds, ages and gender as well as people who identify as First Peoples, LGBTIQ+ and people with a disability. If you would like your profile to be discovered by our team of recruiters for future roles, we would love you to join our Talent Community .

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QLD > Brisbane

Indigenous Participation Advisor

AECOM

Australia - Queensland, Brisbane Job Summary We have a wonderful opportunity for an Indigenous Participation Advisor to join our Australia & New Zealand (ANZ) business. The role can be based from any AECOM location in the region, and will report to the Indigenous Programs & Participation Lead. AECOM is committed to increasing Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander employment and supplier diversity to support improved economic and social outcomes. This role is critical to driving culturally-proficient approaches to AECOM's business activities and supporting the reconciliation goals of our business, primarily through our project pursuits and delivery. As part of assisting project teams to deliver the Indigenous participation requirements of our clients, the Indigenous Participation Advisor will guide staff on appropriate channels for engagement in projects and communities, through the promotion and development of mutually beneficial and long-last relationships. Minimum Requirements To be successful in this critical role, you will have a demonstrated knowledge and understanding of the dynamics and protocols of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander cultures. You will have demonstrated experience working with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities, peoples and organisations. Previous experience working in a medium to large corporate organisation is beneficial, as is any experience in procurement and supplier engagement. Intermediate skills in Microsoft applications such as Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Outlook will be necessary. From a personal perspective, you will have exceptional communication and relationship building skills, including the ability to understand and interpret client specifications and tailor suitable verbal and written responses. You will be someone who is highly organised, and can prioritise tasks, enabling you to work to strict deadlines. A team player, who is equally capable of being directed and of providing direction, you will be willing to share knowledge, experience, ideas and expertise. Working with a professional attitude, you will have passion, energy and drive, and will always lead by example. Preferred Qualifications This is an Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander-identified position. 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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QLD > Brisbane

Indigenous Participation Advisor

AECOM

Australia - Queensland, Brisbane Job Summary We have a wonderful opportunity for an Indigenous Participation Advisor to join our Australia & New Zealand (ANZ) business. The role can be based from any AECOM location in the region, and will report to the Indigenous Programs & Participation Lead. AECOM is committed to increasing Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander employment and supplier diversity to support improved economic and social outcomes. This role is critical to driving culturally-proficient approaches to AECOM's business activities and supporting the reconciliation goals of our business, primarily through our project pursuits and delivery. As part of assisting project teams to deliver the Indigenous participation requirements of our clients, the Indigenous Participation Advisor will guide staff on appropriate channels for engagement in projects and communities, through the promotion and development of mutually beneficial and long-last relationships. Minimum Requirements To be successful in this critical role, you will have a demonstrated knowledge and understanding of the dynamics and protocols of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander cultures. You will have demonstrated experience working with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities, peoples and organisations. Previous experience working in a medium to large corporate organisation is beneficial, as is any experience in procurement and supplier engagement. Intermediate skills in Microsoft applications such as Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Outlook will be necessary. From a personal perspective, you will have exceptional communication and relationship building skills, including the ability to understand and interpret client specifications and tailor suitable verbal and written responses. You will be someone who is highly organised, and can prioritise tasks, enabling you to work to strict deadlines. A team player, who is equally capable of being directed and of providing direction, you will be willing to share knowledge, experience, ideas and expertise. Working with a professional attitude, you will have passion, energy and drive, and will always lead by example. Preferred Qualifications This is an Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander-identified position. 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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QLD > Brisbane

PUP Designer/Modeller - Water Infrastructure

AECOM

Australia - Queensland, Fortitude Valley Job Summary AECOM's Water Infrastructure Team in Brisbane has a brand new opportunity for a highly driven Public Utility Plant (PUP) 12D designer/modeller who is eager to further advance their technical skills and experience working on a vast range of water/sewer engineering / civil engineering design projects including major transport infrastructure projects. When you join AECOM, you join a team of technical specialists who supports each other in further developing skills and processes to pave way to success. You will play an active role in contributing as part of the growing PUP team in supporting the various transport projects by marginalising the risk for clients associated with PUP. You will be involved in tenders, all levels of design and design management, strategic reports and advice. With local experience, you will join the team in assessing utilities impacted by engineering designs, preparing schedule of utilities, attending design meetings and assisting with PUP service provider consultations. You will also prepare TAN's, design utilities protection and recommend relocation design options. In addition, this role will give you the opportunity to participate in establishing processes and standardising procedures that would enable you to apply your knowledge and at same time actively learn, whilst working towards a successful project delivery. Minimum Requirements 4 - 7 years' relevant professional experience on: o Using softwares such as 12D, AutoCAD and/or Microstation o Modelling civil engineering design and existing features particularly sub-surface utilities using 12d; o Developing a Public Utility Plant (PUP) model using survey data coded to TMR standard; o Interpreting Dial-Before-You-Dig plans, as-constructed drawings and GIS information; and o Undertaking PUP impact assessment, clash detection and space-proofing. Strong understanding of AS5488-2013 Classification of Subsurface Utility Information (SUI). General civil engineering design experience is essential. Experience in design software packages including Navisworks / AutoCAD / Civil3D / ArcGIS are considered highly desirable. Experience working on water and wastewater infrastructure projects within a consulting and design environment. Construction experience will also be well regarded. Can work independently, effectively and collaboratively in a diverse multidisciplined project environment. Has a genuine interest in making a difference and improving processes, and at the same time committed to ongoing learning and professional development particularly in the civil engineering and BIM design management space. Proven understanding of a business where utilisation & efficiency is the key to success. Preferred Qualifications o Associate Degree, Advanced Diploma or Diploma in Civil Engineering (or equivalent) - essential. 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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QLD > Brisbane

Principal Mechanical Engineer - Fuel Systems

AECOM

Australia - Queensland, Fortitude Valley Job Summary As a result of a significant project pipeline, AECOM's Resources, Power and Industrial Business has an opportunity for a Principal Mechanical Engineer to drive quality technical outcomes for a series of active and future fuel projects across the National Governments (particularly Defence) and private sectors for AECOM's valued Clients. Specifically, this opportunity will require significant technical leadership across bulk fuel installations, with the ability to provide fuel infrastructure advisory services and to also generate designs from planning concept through to execution. This is an engineering consulting role that will influence outcomes with our clients across the areas of Defence, maritime, aviation and large vehicle refuelling and bulk fuel storage of liquid hydrocarbon fuels. The Principal Mechanical Engineer will provide engineering/technical oversight to the wider team, with the expectation that you will be a focal point for the client and AECOM design team. You will be hands on in the development of engineering design documentation and construction phase technical support for new-build, upgrading and refurbishment of bulk fuel infrastructure. The role will also provide an opportunity to mentor junior AECOM team members throughout ANZ and to help build on the existing capability in the fuel and Defence sectors within the business. As an RPEQ and Chartered Engineer, you will be responsible for the technical verification of all projects and will provide innovation during master-planning with our clients to ensure the quality solution is delivered on time, every time. Minimum Requirements A Bachelor of Mechanical Engineering RPEQ/CPEng - Essential ; Ability to develop concept designs from inception without supervision, ensuring innovation is at the forefront of all early discussions; Experience in developing engineering designs within defence and hazardous areas; A minimum of 15 years+ experience in the field described above; Experience managing Design/Engineering/Consulting projects; Defence Security Clearance or ability to obtain same; Act as a technical expert in the fuel systems engineering; Effectively manage budget and time to deliver top class projects; Experience managing projects for a Tier 1 Engineering Consultancy; Strong oral and written communication skills. Preferred Qualifications Post-graduate Qualifications in Project Management, advantageous; Bulk Fuel Engineering Design Experience for Defence, Aviation and Maritime; Knowledge of Code and policy compliance including AS 1940, AS 4897, AS 4041 and the Defence Fuel Infrastructure Design Practices Manual; Strong industry networks with the ability to generate new leads; An effective leader with tenacity and drive to achieve outstanding results. Benefits at AECOM 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; 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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QLD > Brisbane

Support Worker - Northgate

Claro Aged Care and Disability Services

3 Days a week During school hours 9am-3pm Monday, Wednesday, Friday Join our growing organisation in Northgate Continue to learn with fantastic development opportunities available 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 a Support Worker to join our experienced and down to earth team in Northgate. Each day will look a little different, but your key responsibilities will likely include: Providing support in everyday daily activities around the home, like cleaning, gardening and assistance with daily activities Providing support with hygiene and personal care Assistance, support, and chaperoning activities outside the home environment which may include transportation of your client Meal preparation and feeding assistance 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're looking for caring, people focused individuals who will brighten our client's days and make a positive impact on their lives. To do well in this role, you will/may have: Previous experience looking after clients with Dysphagia is highly desirable Ability to work following shifts - Monday, Wednesday and Friday from 9am - 3pm Full Drivers licence and own car Our commitment to you People lie at the heart of everything we do, our teams are no different. We have a fantastic team culture and strongly believe in rewarding and empowering our people to do what they do best! What we offer: Money in your pocket to “Light Up” your clients day - be it a coffee, a crossword puzzle or a daffodil, Employee referral bonus to the value of $300 Investment in your ongoing learning and development through an internal training platform Celebrating you ! Long service thank you gifts for those who have been with us for 5, 10, 15 and 20+ years 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. Your choice 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 today!

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QLD > Brisbane

Support Worker - North Lakes

Claro Aged Care and Disability Services

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 a Support Worker to join our experienced and down to earth team in North Lakes. Each day will look a little different, but your key responsibilities will likely include: Providing support in everyday daily activities around the home, like cleaning, gardening and assistance with daily activities Other domestic assistance 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're looking for caring, people focused individuals who will brighten our client's days and make a positive impact on their lives. To do well in this role, you will/may have: Ability to work Monday to Friday between 8am - 4pm Full drivers licence and own reliable vehicle Yellow card/Blue card, police check, first aid and CPR Our commitment to you People lie at the heart of everything we do, our teams are no different. We have a fantastic team culture and strongly believe in rewarding and empowering our people to do what they do best! What we offer: Money in your pocket to “Light Up” your clients day - be it a coffee, a crossword puzzle or a daffodil, Employee referral bonus to the value of $300 Investment in your ongoing learning and development through an internal training platform Celebrating you ! Long service thank you gifts for those who have been with us for 5, 10, 15 and 20+ years 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. Your choice 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 Claro prides itself on being an equal opportunity employer. We encourage applications from all backgrounds, ages and gender as well as people who identify as First Peoples, LGBTIQ+ and people with a disability. If you would like your profile to be discovered by our team of recruiters for future roles, we would love you to join our Talent Community .

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QLD > Sunshine Coast

Civil Engineering - Graduate Development Program

Unitywater

About us: At Unitywater, we operate in a diverse and inclusive environment where every day presents an opportunity to solve problems in unique and innovative ways. Together, we proudly provide essential water supply and reliable utility services across Moreton Bay, Sunshine Coast and Noosa, servicing 16% of Queensland's population. Our customers are at the heart of everything we do, that's why we are dedicated to providing safe, reliable, smart and environmentally sustainable solutions to our community. 2022 Graduate Development Program: The 2022 February intake will include opportunities for four Engineering graduates who are driven to work within the water industry and have ambition to align their engineering discipline with a career in Utilities. We want to hear from you if you're graduating engineering student, and are interested in: working within our Asset Performance team to support in water and sewerage asset management and engineering renewals projects delivering complex infrastructure projects with our Capital Delivery team in a timely, and cost-effective manner joining our Infrastructure Planning and Development team to provide a sustainable future in which Unitywater's growing customer base receive affordable, safe and reliable water supply and sewerage services Contributing to the Technical Services team's planned and reactive maintenance works that ensures the continued delivery of Unitywater's drinking water, recycled water, and sewer networks to all our customers throughout the region About our Program: Take your degree to the next level by influencing and collaborating on projects directly tied to building an innovative and sustainable service offering within the region Growth opportunities through core and elective rotations across the business Two years of professional experience and development Access to join broader water industry groups including AWA, IWC, WSAA. Partnership with Engineers Australia and other formal development programs Deliver on a Graduate Project sponsored by the Executive Management Team Mentoring by engineering and water industry experts Permanent position upon hire About you: You will have completed your bachelor's degree prior to the commencement of the program. We're keen to hear from you if you are studying in the fields of : Mechanical Engineering Civil Engineering If you are graduating in another Engineering discipline and are passionate about this opportunity with Unitywater your application is welcome. We are looking for people who have: adaptability and willingness to learn and participate in professional development opportunities ability to acquire detailed knowledge and understanding of various processes with an emphasis on learning and solving problems strong written communication understanding of and commitment to safe behaviours that keep our workplace and community healthy strong teamwork and collaboration capability customer focus and a positive and proactive approach to interacting with our community We are creating better together : Our values Reliability , Safety , Honesty & Integrity , Efficiency , One Team and Innovation help us to create a better and safer together culture that support us in being proudly Unitywater. That's why we are committed to working as a team that values the unique contributions of all our people. Unitywater actively encourages candidates with all abilities and diverse backgrounds to apply. How to apply: Please apply online including: your resume cover letter outlining your suitability for the role (nominating a particular role if it's of interest) and why you want to work for Unitywater your academic transcript. Applicants will need to demonstrate eligibility and right to work in Australia and successfully complete relevant pre-employment checks, including verification of criminal history, drivers licence and driving history, alcohol and other drug screening. Applications close: 14th May 2021 For further information or to request the position description for this role, please contact the Talent Acquisition team at careers@unitywater.com Kick start your career through immersive rotations across our business, Work and play in our region that extends from Moreton Bay to Noosa, Discover your role in keeping our communities healthy

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About us: At Unitywater, we operate in a diverse and inclusive environment where every day presents an opportunity to solve problems in unique and innovative ways. Together, we proudly provide essential water supply and reliable utility services across Moreton Bay, Sunshine Coast and Noosa, servicing 16% of Queensland's population. Our customers are at the heart of everything we do, that's why we are dedicated to providing safe, reliable, smart and environmentally sustainable solutions to our community. 2022 Graduate Development Program: The 2022 February intake will include opportunities for four Engineering graduates who are driven to work within the water industry and have ambition to align their engineering discipline with a career in Utilities. We want to hear from you if you're graduating engineering student, and are interested in: working within our Asset Performance team to support in water and sewerage asset management and engineering renewals projects delivering complex infrastructure projects with our Capital Delivery team in a timely, and cost-effective manner joining our Infrastructure Planning and Development team to provide a sustainable future in which Unitywater's growing customer base receive affordable, safe and reliable water supply and sewerage services Contributing to the Technical Services team's planned and reactive maintenance works that ensures the continued delivery of Unitywater's drinking water, recycled water, and sewer networks to all our customers throughout the region About our Program: Take your degree to the next level by influencing and collaborating on projects directly tied to building an innovative and sustainable service offering within the region Growth opportunities through core and elective rotations across the business Two years of professional experience and development Access to join broader water industry groups including AWA, IWC, WSAA. Partnership with Engineers Australia and other formal development programs Deliver on a Graduate Project sponsored by the Executive Management Team Mentoring by engineering and water industry experts Permanent position upon hire About you: You will have completed your bachelor's degree prior to the commencement of the program. We're keen to hear from you if you are studying in the fields of : Mechanical Engineering Civil Engineering If you are graduating in another Engineering discipline and are passionate about this opportunity with Unitywater your application is welcome. We are looking for people who have: adaptability and willingness to learn and participate in professional development opportunities ability to acquire detailed knowledge and understanding of various processes with an emphasis on learning and solving problems strong written communication understanding of and commitment to safe behaviours that keep our workplace and community healthy strong teamwork and collaboration capability customer focus and a positive and proactive approach to interacting with our community We are creating better together : Our values Reliability , Safety , Honesty & Integrity , Efficiency , One Team and Innovation help us to create a better and safer together culture that support us in being proudly Unitywater. That's why we are committed to working as a team that values the unique contributions of all our people. Unitywater actively encourages candidates with all abilities and diverse backgrounds to apply. How to apply: Please apply online including: your resume cover letter outlining your suitability for the role and why you want to work for Unitywater your academic transcript. Applicants will need to demonstrate eligibility and right to work in Australia and successfully complete relevant pre-employment checks, including verification of criminal history, drivers licence and driving history, alcohol and other drug screening. Applications close: 14th May 2021 For further information or to request the position description for this role, please contact the Talent Acquisition team at careers@unitywater.com Kick start your career through immersive rotations across our business, Work and play in our region that extends from Moreton Bay to Noosa, Discover your role in keeping our communities healthy

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Innovation Operations Coordinator

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About us: At Unitywater, we operate in a diverse and inclusive environment where no two days are the same. We provide essential water supply and reliable utilities services to the Moreton Bay, Sunshine Coast and Noosa regions that account for 16% of Queensland's population. Our customers are at the heart of everything we do, and we are proud to service our communities with smart and environmentally sustainable practices. About the role: This role will be part of the Continuous Improvements Team and will be responsible for coordinating innovation operations through administering the innovation portal, facilitating committee reporting, developing and continuously improving our operations and policies, and promoting achievements in innovation. Additionally, you will support the team to coordinate innovation projects and trials. This is an exceptional contract opportunity for the successful candidate to gain valuable experience in this niche function, working closely with Leaders and networking with numerous stakeholders across the business. This position will be 3 days per week from date of commencement to December 2021, and will then decrease to 2 days per week until April 2022. About you: To contribute to Unitywater's values of Reliability , Safety , Honesty & Integrity , Efficiency , One Team , Innovation , you will demonstrate the following skills and qualities for the role: Demonstrated experience in the implementation and coordination of innovative approaches across multiple business functions and activities. Strong administration, written and verbal communication and relationships management skills. Exposure to innovation systems and tools such as Brightidea or similar. Previous experience in a utilities organisation and relevant tertiary qualifications will be highly regarded but not essential. Working at Unitywater: Unitywater is one of the largest employers in the region, offering continuous investment in training, diverse career paths, health and wellness benefits, flexible work arrangements and a rewarding environment. We are committed to providing a diverse and inclusive work environment that supports individuals to reach their full potential. Proudly Unitywater: We know that we are smarter, better, together. That's why we are committed to working in a team that includes values the unique contributions of all our people. Unitywater actively encourages candidates with all abilities and diverse backgrounds to apply. How to apply: Applicants will need to demonstrate eligibility and right to work in Australia and successfully complete relevant pre-employment checks, including verification of criminal history, drivers licence and driving history, alcohol and other drug screening. Applications close: Sunday 2 May. We reserve the right to withdraw this advertisement prior to the closing date Remuneration: EA Indoor Level 4. For further information or to request the position description for this role, please contact the Careers team at careers@unitywater.comBe part of a collaborative and inclusive innovations team, Work on exciting future focused projects, Part time job share opportunity to April 2022

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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 Climate Change & Sustainability service is focussed on assisting a wide variety of Australian and International clients to understand and optimise their organisational response to the challenges and opportunities of climate change, carbon management and emission reduction. We work with leading organisations across industry sectors and cover a wide range of exciting and interesting topics, including: Climate-related risk and opportunity assessments and effective use of scenario analysis Development of meaningful decarbonisation and net-zero strategies Carbon markets, carbon offsets and carbon projects Assisting clients to understand and improve climate-related disclosure against the Task Force on Climate Related Financial Disclosures (TCFD) Integrating climate change strategies into sustainability, organisational risk management and strategic processes Development of innovative and practical recommendations to manage risk and maximise opportunity Managing and reporting on climate, carbon and GHG data and developing key performance indicators Assisting both government and the private sector develop effective responses to climate change including policies, guidelines and effective stakeholder engagement and management We work with organisations across a range of sectors including infrastructure, government, mining, power and utilities, energy, oil and gas and retail. In response to growing client demand for our services, there is an exciting opportunity for an experienced climate change professional to join our team in Melbourne or Sydney . Your new role This role takes guidance from the Manager, Senior Manager, Associate Director or Director in the execution of work activities on engagements. Provides input and contributes to the planning and delivery of engagements including work plans, timelines, project management, resource allocation and career development of Consultants. Takes responsibility on projects or engagements below management and supervises less experienced team members, including directing and reviewing the work outputs and assisting with training as necessary. Staying at the cutting edge of 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 people, 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 and starting to consider how you might apply a strategic perspective Tackling difficult decisions in conjunction with a more senior member of the team by exercising sound, ethical business judgment Contributes to inclusion and diversity by role modelling inclusive behaviours and providing feedback to others as needed. You bring to the role 3-8 years' of demonstrated experience and strong knowledge of climate change and carbon (emissions, offsets and projects) in a consulting, policy, research or corporate context Knowledge of climate change and carbon developments including an understanding of global and domestic frameworks (IPCC, UNFCCC etc) and established and emerging standards (TCFD, SBTi etc) GHG audit accreditation would be an advantage Understanding carbon markets (global and Australia), offsets and projects Strong communication skills and an ability to develop and strengthen client relationships Excellent writing skills are essential Experience within one of government, financial services or energy and natural resources would be well regarded Ability to work to tight deadlines Relevant tertiary qualification in Commerce, Environment, Economics or Science. A Master's degree or other relevant certifications (GHG auditing) and qualifications 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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VIC > Melbourne

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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ACT > Canberra & ACT

Manager - Data Modernisation

Deloitte

An amazing opportunity for an experienced professional who is looking to build the best in class data frameworks and be a part of one of the fastest growing teams in the ACT. What will your typical day look like? As a Manager at Deloitte you will lead a team to design and implement 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 - Teradata Oracle DB2 and similar 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 ETL Big Data or dashboards and real-time decision making techniques and applications using Tableau/Qlikview/Power BI and other similar tools. 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 and manage projects for changes to data supply and data quality from conception to completion 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. We are looking for someone with: A current security clearance or ability to obtain one (Australian Citizenship required) Strong experience working with design implementation and management of information systems ICT Security experience Experience working with a structured project delivery environment with preference of exposure to Australian Government clients (Defence highly valued) 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 solutions) which support the transformation of business services provided 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. If you have any questions or wish to have a confidential conversation about this role contact the Talent Acquisition team via the Deloitte Careers page. We'd love to hear from you! This position is only open to Australian Citizens due to the nature of client engagements. For other positions we encourage Non-residents Non-citizens to view our Careers page and apply. 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 provider.

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ACT > Canberra & ACT

Senior 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 the ACT. What will your typical day look like? As a Senior 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 current security clearance or ability to obtain one (Australian Citizenship required) A minimum of 3 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. If you have any questions or wish to have a confidential conversation about this role, contact the Talent Acquisition team via the Deloitte Careers page. We'd love to hear from you! This position is only open to Australian Citizens due to the nature of client engagements. For other positions, we encourage Non-residents, Non-citizens to view our Careers page and apply. 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 provider.

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NT > Darwin

Senior Consultant - Enterprise Management Consulting

KPMG

Senior Consultant - Enterprise Management Consulting Join an entrepreneurial high-growth Management Consulting team offering high quality consulting expertise to help government, not-for-profit and private clients solve and implement solutions that address complex challenges. 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. With significant growth in recent years we are now seeking a top performing Senior Consultant to join our entrepreneurial high-growth management consulting team in Darwin and be part of an exciting new growth area for KPMG. Your Opportunity You will provide consulting support on projects for government, not-for-profit and private clients on projects ranging across strategies, reviews and evaluations. Our work often looks at regulatory settings, policy development, organisational improvement, financial and management reviews - translating client needs into market and customer strategies that bring about real business, social and economic development outcomes. You will be exposed to a range of exciting projects across industry sectors and service lines that may look like: Delivering high quality engagement outcomes for our clients and maintaining productive client relationships that allow you to build strong professional networks over time. Helping your clients understand the 'art of the possible' with innovative and disruptive solutions to complex problems and issues. Driving the linkage between business strategy, operations and technology (and vice versa), to deliver meaningful outcomes Defining strategy to create new streams of value, and defining associated execution and implementation roadmaps. Collaborating with sector, strategy, operations and technology experts to grow your knowledge and network. Working closely with the local and national team to bring innovation to our existing capabilities to help KPMG remain at the forefront of strategy, operational excellence and technology practices and thinking. As part of the role you will be expected to have strong commercial acumen, project management skills and an understanding of Government and its role in the Territory. How you're Extraordinary Strong commercial acumen with demonstrated experience in providing fit-for-purpose solutions Ability to apply structured thinking and analysis techniques to complex and ambiguous problems is second to none Well-developed research and report writing skills Well-developed verbal communication and presentation skills Advanced skills in development of presentations and documents within PowerPoint and Microsoft Word. Excellent communication and interpersonal qualities Strong presentation skills and ability to present confidently 2-3 years previous experience in a consulting or professional services environment desirable An interest in some of the Territory's key economic sectors - particularly mining, energy and agribusiness - would be preferred.

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ACT > Canberra & ACT

Manager - Cloud Architect

KPMG

Digital Delta Cloud Solution Architect Do you love solving complex problems, designing sophisticated solutions and building innovative technology for Australia's largest organisations? Are you passionate about Digital Transformation? Do you embrace digital disruption? Are you convinced that the Fourth Industrial Revolution is fundamentally changing the way we live, work and relate to each other? Do you aspire to create the best customer experiences across Mobile App & Web, and User Experience (UX) & User Interface (UI)? Do you believe in creating powerful actionable insights from Data and Analytics? Do you want to work in a diverse and flexible working environment? New digital technologies and disruptive business models mean many organisations are struggling to keep pace with the transformative changes required to drive growth and meet customer demands. KPMG Digital Delta provides end-to-end digital innovation and transformation services to help overcome this challenge. By designing and implementing new fit-for-purpose operating models, KPMG Digital Delta helps organisations to reframe their business models, improve operational productivity, create the best customer experiences, and enhance employee collaboration. We bring together best practice knowledge and technology, along with deep expertise across all industries. More specifically, we re-imagine and re-invent organisations to become world class digital enterprises using advanced technologies, data and human insights. We help organisations to embrace Digital Strategy, Artificial Intelligence (AI) & Cognitive, the Internet of Things (IoT), Data, Analytics & Modelling, Mobile App & Web, and User Experience (UX) & User Interface (UI) and more. We work with clients to: Formulate strategies that re-imagine organisations Harness innovation from the 4th industrial revolution Actioning insights from trusted data to consistently and quickly make clear decisions Build adaptive organisations Thrive as a connected enterprise - front, middle and back office Your new role The Technical Solution Architect takes responsibility for the architecture and design of the data and technological components that form our technological solutions. These solutions typically involve a combination of data engineering, machine learning, automated decisioning, integration and digital channel technology components across both on premise and cloud-based infrastructure. You will work proactively to: Coherently communicate the business value and vision of Digital Delta capabilities. Deliver new and complex solutions to clients in response to varying business requirements or desired business outcomes. Understand and interpret business objectives and requirements to design and develop the Digital Delta architecture and component designs and perform software vendor assessments. Define technology roadmaps for proposed solutions and align these with the client's operating constraints and prioritised objectives. Be responsible for solution design throughout the development lifecycle, from solution conception, through to successful implementation and iteration. Make sound design decisions to deliver functional and non-functional solutions around performance, availability, scalability, security and integrity. Develop level of effort estimates and resource skill requirements for solution development, testing and deployment. Lead technical solution delivery to ensure that the development, testing and deployment align with architectural intent. Provide thought leadership and subject matter expertise on leading vendors in areas of data engineering, analytics, data storage, integration, operational decisioning and process automation. Lead and manage a co-sourced team of specialists comprising of KPMG employees, sub-contractors, vendor specialists and client employees. Define and manage performance, cost, scope, schedule and quality for the team according to the team charter.$1 Contribute to the definition and enhancement of technical architecture disciplines within the practice. You bring to the role Clear evidence of the ability to architecturally design and deliver 'leading edge' data-driven solutions to strategic business problems is essential, including possessing advanced viewpoints on guiding architectural principles. Demonstrated experience in designing and delivering solutions containing elements of real-time and event based architectures and decisioning, information management, automation, operationalised analytics and machine learning, business process design and RPA, solution orchestration, and business rules engines. Demonstrated knowledge of analytical concepts, including complex data structures, data-warehouse / mart design approaches, analytical models, optimisation techniques and data mining. Possess a combination of high levels of IT technical expertise with significant understanding of business value drivers and strategic vision to enable effective targeting of technical solutions. Experience with a range of vendors and tools, and on premise and cloud infrastructure or services, including: AWS, Microsoft Azure, Adobe Campaign and Experience Manager, Salesforce, Teradata, Oracle, Big Data tools including Hadoop and Spark, IBM InfoSphere Information Server, Mulesoft, Kubernetes, Docker, and Jenkins. A disciplined approach to problem solving and an ability to critically assess a range of information to differentiate true business needs as opposed to user requests. Excellent interpersonal, oral and written communication skills with extensive experience explaining and presenting complex technical concepts to both Business and Technology focussed senior stakeholders. Proven ability to develop and manage enduring client relationships, engendering a sense of trust and respect. Possess a professional manner and have a positive personal presence with a high degree of personal awareness and desire to be a part of a high performing team. An enthusiasm for guiding and coaching junior consultants and developers on engagements. Capability in the scoping and pricing of engagements, designing a delivery team structure, and structuring and writing deliverables. 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 and environmental issues; and use our unique skills and expertise to help create positive and lasting impacts for our communities. 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. This is an exciting opportunity to be a part of KPMG and its ongoing success. So if you want a career where you can use your deep expertise to deliver real results, talk to us first. Please apply for this position by submitting your confidential application online.

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SA > Adelaide

Senior Consultant - Transformation and Operations

Deloitte

Flexible work arrangements - work in a way that suits you best Banking, finance and wellbeing program discounts Subsidised professional qualifications Looking for a place to grow your operational consulting skills across diverse projects and clients? Find out why Deloitte is the place for you. What will your typical day look like? In this newly created role, you will engage directly with high profile clients on their most important and challenging business issues - addressing and solving their priority operational problems. You will also: Work with a high performing team with a strong commitment to excellence in pursuit of in pursuit of helping our clients drive profitability and performance through their supply chain and procurement practices Draw on Deloitte's unique capabilities in Design thinking, Digital, Data Analytics, Deloitte Access Economics, and experience from our global consulting network Undertake extensive supply chain and procurement and broader operations transformation focused training and development with the opportunity to experience borderless careers through international assignments and secondments You will be working alongside Australia's leaders solving the toughest problems - you never have a boring day. About the team The asset team specifically focuses on driving improved performance across the end to end asset lifecycle through the application of digital technologies to capital project development, delivery and commissioning and into asset operations, management and maintenance, including improved management of the supporting enterprise. Enough about us, let's talk about you. In response to strong client demand for our services we are currently seeking to recruit an outstanding Senior Consultant with extensive operations advisory and transformation/change experience in Asset Management. To succeed in this role, you will have: Extensive operations consulting experience in a Tier 1 Consulting firm or boutique strategy house Deep expertise across Defence corporate and commercial strategy, including major procurement programmes and strategic delivery models. Proven experience working in large scale operation/transformation consulting projects in the defence space Demonstrated experience in operating model design, business process management, complex transformation, operational improvement and programme management. Exceptional quantitative analytical and financial modelling skills Expertise in designing and implementing solutions related to RPA, process modelling and process mining Must have NV1 clearance 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. Next Steps Sound like the sort of role for you? Apply now. We'd love to hear from you! 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 provider.

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VIC > Melbourne

Associate Director - Health and Safety

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 health and safety service offering is aimed at assisting a wide variety of Australian and International clients to optimise managing their health and safety risks and maximising their opportunities. We work with leading organisations across industry sectors and cover a wide range of exciting health and safety (H&S) topics, including: H&S Safety strategy development and implementation, including leading measures of WHS performance and behavioural based safety programs Mental health and well-being H&S compliance auditing Identifying and implementing corrective actions to ensure compliance with federal, state and local regulations H&S management systems development, implementation and review Hazard and risk identification and assessment Managing and reporting on H&S data and developing key performance indicators Assisting both government and the private sector develop H&S frameworks, management systems, policies, guidelines and procedures to enhance H&S management We work with organisations across a range of sectors including infrastructure, government, mining, power and utilities, energy, oil and gas and retail. In response to growing client demand for our H&S services, there is an exciting opportunity for an experienced H&S professional to join our team in Melbourne . Your new role You would manage multiple concurrent complex projects, with the contribution of cross-divisional specialists. Quickly establish a high level of client engagement with a focus on business development and building networks. Provide guidance and direction to members working on projects to help maximise the results. Execute projects to a level that meets the Firm's quality standards, delivering timely and quality deliverables that require minimum review by the Partner/Director. Confidently present reports and findings to senior level management / Boards, demonstrating strong communication and impact skills and commercial understanding. Staying at the cutting edge of 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: Develops, motivates and counsels team members, bringing clarity to the work of the team, by focusing their effort and commitment, evaluating performance and by providing regular feedback that addresses development needs. Role models a knowledge-sharing mindset and builds a constructive culture by proactively sharing what they know with other KPMG people, teams and functions. Makes an impact by driving quality, bringing a strategic perspective, and tackling difficult decisions by exercising sound, ethical business judgement. Acts as a constructive leader and coach by participating in relevant culture initiatives, demonstrates a growth mindset, and contributes to building and enhancing the Firm's culture. Supports Firm and practice training by providing knowledge for the development and delivery of training. You bring to the role Excellent all-round knowledge of H&S management, including at least 12-15 years of demonstrated experience in H&S compliance auditing and advisory, conducting risk identification and assessment, designing H&S management systems and strategy. ISO45001 Occupational Health and Safety auditor certification Ability to apply relevant H&S legislation, regulation, standards and codes of practice Strong communication skills and an ability to develop and strengthen client relationships Excellent writing skills are essential Experience across a variety of sectors, with a strong skillset in infrastructure, government and energy and natural resources Demonstrated experience in leading and managing teams on complex, high risk projects Coaching skills Ability to work to tight deadlines Relevant tertiary qualification in Workplace Health and Safety. A Master's degree or other relevant H&S certifications and qualifications 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. We walk the talk - KPMG's ESG commitments hold us accountable towards progress so that we may make an even more positive impact on the world - check out Our Impact Plan to learn more. We embrace flexibility as a key principle to allow our people to manage the changing demands of work, personal and family life. 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. 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. Make KPMG the clear choice for your career and be Extraordinary! Please apply for this position by submitting your confidential application online.

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NSW > Sydney

Business Analyst - Data Risk Management

Deloitte

#1 Consulting firm in the world Flexible work arrangements, including 18 weeks paid parental leave Deep and innovative collaboration across the firm with a variety of clients across financial services, technology, healthcare, government, mining and resources, and more Based in the Sydney office, we are currently seeking Senior Analysts for our growing Data Risk and Compliance Analytics practice within Risk Advisory. We are looking for candidates with the right blend of expertise and impact to help our clients. You will get to work for a business that truly challenges the status quo and leads by excellence. What will your typical day look like? You will work with clients to understand how data is used and managed to meet business objectives; develop and conduct data risk assessments; create strategies for protecting and realising the value from data and assist organisations in change programs to enhance their data capabilities and build trust in data. About the team The Data Risk and Compliance Analytics team in Deloitte's Risk Advisory business area aspires to have an impact that matters by helping our clients to see the value in risk using intelligent data capabilities. Our team of experts is embedded in our clients' transformation and remediation agendas and are constantly curious about combining our industry and technology expertise to build trust in data, unleashing its full potential to create and protect value for all stakeholders. Our team is focused on a broad range of data opportunities and challenges. We work with some of the largest and most respected organisations in Australia on real world problems and across all stages of the data transformation journey from designing the change required, to delivering and managing that change and providing assurance around change initiatives. We are a purposeful team working to create an impact that matters with each project different from the last. Enough about us, let's talk about you. We are looking for candidates who are ready to make an impact with our clients and our business. You will be familiar with industry trends (Open Banking, Cost Optimisation, Risk Reporting), data frameworks (DCAM, DAMA) and be passionate about helping businesses to position themselves to responsibly realise the opportunities in their data. You are someone with: Ability for active participation in growing and developing Deloitte Data Risk and Compliance Analytics capability area, with an emphasis on Financial Services data risk and data governance projects Ability to support the execution of various project activities including gathering data requirements, analysing data, documenting processes and controls, designing solutions, and creating executive presentations Ability to establish and form client relationships in the Financial Services industry and support business development activities such as but not limited to identification, proposal development, other pursuit activities at clients and working with Deloitte teams from other service lines/industries 2-3+ years' track record of delivery in professional services or financial services organisations 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 Carolyn Foo from the Talent Acquisition team on 02 9322 5210. We'd love to hear from you! 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 provider.

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Senior Manager - Data Strategy & Governance

Deloitte

#1 Consulting firm in the world Flexible work arrangements, including 18 weeks paid parental leave Deep and innovative collaboration across the firm with a variety of clients across financial services, technology, healthcare, government, mining and resources, and more Do you want to work for one of the fastest growing Risk Advisory teams in Australia? Do you want to work on large scale data programs and shape new data risk solution offerings by leveraging best practice data governance/management approaches and technologies? What will your typical day look like? You will play a pivotal role in leading and developing data governance/management solutions to help our clients manage data risk more effectively in response to business and regulator and other stakeholder commitments. This may include leading the sale and delivery of data risk strategy programs and driving change in our clients to recommend and ultimately adopt leading practice data governance/management for their business. You will also play a key role in developing a growing practice area in risk advisory and mentoring other like-minded consultants. About the team The Data Risk and Compliance Analytics team in Deloitte's Risk Advisory business area aspires to have an impact that matters by helping our clients to see the value in risk using intelligent data capabilities. Our team of experts is embedded in our clients' transformation and remediation agendas and are constantly curious about combining our industry and technology expertise to build trust in data, unleashing its full potential to create and protect value for all stakeholders. We work with some of the largest and most respected organisations in Australia on real world problems and across all stages of the data transformation journey from designing the change required, to delivering and managing that change and providing assurance around change initiatives. As a Senior Manager in our Data Risk team, you will work closely with the team and stakeholders to deliver practical and business aligned advice, strategies and solutions to help our clients manage the full range of risks that may present throughout the data lifecycle (e.g. data quality, data protection, compliance, commercial etc.) and in a range of business scenarios. Enough about us, let's talk about you : You are someone with: Experience leading the design and implementation of data governance/management solutions plus proven 'go to market' capabilities in these areas Financial Services experience including knowledge and understanding of key processes (e.g. risk / regulatory reporting, regulatory capital, liquidity) and emerging regulatory requirements (e.g. CPG 235, BCBS 239, Open Banking) Ability to articulate the role that data and technology play in risk/regulatory remediation programs Exposure to and/or certification in data maturity assessment frameworks (e.g. DCAM, DMBOK etc.) Experience with Australian and international banking and/or Financial Services organisations Experience leading and developing teams on data centric programs Significant experience in a consulting role with a national or global consulting firm (preferable) 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 Carolyn Foo from the Talent Acquisition team on 02 9322 5210. We'd love to hear from you! 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 provider.

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Business Analyst, User Access Management Transformation Program

Macquarie Group

A great opportunity for a Business Analyst to join our high-performing team. The Commodities and Global Markets Change Management team is responsible for governance and delivery of division-wide change initiatives. As the Commodities and Global Markets User Access Management Business Analyst you will partner with our project team, business subject matter expert's, Operational Risk and Technology teams to deliver strategic, multi-year, transformational change on User Access Management. The role offers an opportunity to get exposure to all parts of our global, multi-faceted business and ability to make significant impact and gain skills and experience in a very highly sought-after skillset. You will build a strong understanding of the business roles, processes and systems and key technical concepts around segregation of duties, and toxic combinations and other risks and controls. You will have experience and/or be responsible for: creating functional documentation relating to role-based access controls role mapping and mining techniques understanding of mapping access from granular level application entitlements. successful roll-out for business roles excellent communication skills to explain complex information and concepts with a range of stakeholders knowledge of working to information security policies, guidelines and accreditation processes assisting our program lead in equipping business units with the knowledge so that they can perform the above activities in a self-service model supplementing and uplifting the central framework/oversight role so it is fit for purpose. In addition, you will be working with our Risk, Technology and Business teams on embedding SoD controls into risk management processes and the identification of key duties and risks. You will also identify toxic combinations of application profiles and entitlements plus mitigating controls. You will be assisting Business and Tech teams in seeking application owner buy in and signoff of duties and matrix. In addition, you will be responsible for the management of exceptions and false positives and of (one-off) dispensations, outstanding review of toxic combinations and outstanding remediation activities couple with the escalation management, testing of mitigating controls and trend reporting. You will have approximately 2-3 years of professional experience in operations or BA roles in business, technology or risk areas. A solid understanding of financial markets and deal-lifecycle is desirable. Exposure to other financial or commodities trading businesses would also be beneficial. To be successful in this role, it is expected you will have a high achievement drive, diligence and attention to detail, great communication skills, with a strong resilience and tenacity. Having an innovative mindset, strong relationship building and collaboration skills, and commitment to delivery is essential. If you have relevant experience and are looking for an opportunity where you can impact change, please apply by following the link. About Commodities and Global Markets Commodities and Global Markets provides clients with an integrated, end-to-end offering across global markets including equities, fixed income, foreign exchange and commodities. Our commitment to Diversity and Inclusion The diversity of our people is one of our greatest strengths, and in combination with our inclusive environment, it enables us to deliver innovative and sustainable outcomes for our people, clients, shareholders and communities. From day one, you'll be encouraged to be yourself and supported to perform at your best. If our purpose of 'empowering people to innovate and invest for a better future' is as inspiring to you as it is to us, please apply. With the right technology, support and resources, our people can work in a range of flexible ways. We are committed to providing a working environment that embraces and values diversity and inclusion. We encourage candidates to speak with a member of our recruitment team if you require adjustments to our recruitment process to support you, and the type of working arrangements that would help you thrive.

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Senior Analyst - Reward & Recognition

Deloitte

What will your typical day look like? You'll actively contribute to the Firm's 3 year Talent strategy and All In gender representation strategy, by supporting the ongoing transformation of our Reward programs, to deliver internal equity and external competitiveness. You'll join a specialist team of Performance, Reward and Workforce Analytics practitioners who work collaboratively with HR Partners, key business stakeholders and Centres of Expertise in shaping our employee experience and embedding continuous improvements across the Firm. About the team At Deloitte, we believe that our people make an impact that matters to our firm, our clients and the community. We play a meaningful role in recruiting and developing talented people that are the core of our business and its future. Constantly seeking to build the “only at Deloitte” employee experience by fostering an inclusive culture, we unlock our people's potential and maximise their opportunities. Join our team of talented and like-minded people to disrupt the industry and shape Deloitte's future workforce. What impact have we made? Some of our proudest moments include being: Listed as one of Australia's most innovative HR teams HR Team of the Year (>1,000 employees) Most Popular Graduate & Internship Employer Enough about us, let's talk about you. You're someone with: Data science or analytics experience with a keenness to mine our data, correlate and draw insights in ways no one here has thought of yet. Experience in designing, developing and implementing remuneration and wider reward programs, within large, complex organisations. An interest in great governance, a strong sense of ethics and a desire to advocate for employees and the business, to enable fairness and transparency. Exceptional storytelling and stakeholder management skills Experience in salary survey submissions, analysis and building equitable pay ranges Experience building Reward dashboards ideally in Tableau and manipulating data with excel to draw out insights will be highly regarded, as will an interest in Inclusion, fairness and Employee Recognition. Why Deloitte? We create positively differentiated work experiences that enable our people to feel valued and achieve their full potential. 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. Next Steps Sound exactly 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 provider.

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Engagement Manager, Integration & Separation

KPMG

Join a growing Strategy team recognised for our specialist capabilities and our collaborative relationships within the wider firm Help clients solve their most complex strategy problems through a multi-disciplinary approach Continue building your career through extensive professional development and career-building opportunities, with the support of senior leadership Thrive within a flexible and agile work environment with a recognition for the need of a healthy life-work balance About us 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. KPMG Strategy, a global network of over 1,500 strategy professionals in 35 countries, helps organisations and executive teams change, grow, adapt, shape and respond to disruptive forces. We support organisations in defining their ambition and developing innovative strategies that embed the agility, customer-centricity and operational excellence needed to thrive in dynamic markets. We work shoulder-to-shoulder with clients through implementation and help them deliver targeted results by accelerating momentum, locking down value and de-risking both decisions and actions. Our Integration and Separation services: We provide our Financial Services, Government, Private Equity and Corporate clients with strategic and financial M&A advice pre, during and post deals. Our engagements include: Pre-deal strategy, separation and integration due diligence including coordination of IT, HR and Operational due diligence Assisting clients in developing, testing and performing synergy assessments during the deal life cycle and understand Pre-deal carve-outs of businesses for spin-off or sale, including development of new corporate structures (e.g. JV establishment) Transition planning, creation and implementation of integration and separation projects as the result of M&A activity (including Day One readiness and execution) Post deal management of ongoing benefit monitoring and capture to support the strategic case of the deal Assisting clients in understanding the true strategic and operational capability of acquisitions and investment companies In all of our work, we focus on five common elements: A robust, informed fact base on company operations and the market environment Rigorous quantitative assessment and decision support An independent perspective and challenge to management decision making A focus on execution in planning for delivery to realise value Pragmatic and innovative solutions We are currently looking for experienced Integration & Separation Strategy Engagement Managers (Associate Director), who share our purpose of inspiring confidence and empowering change for our clients, our people and our communities, and to share in our vision of “developing and empowering our people to provide innovative solutions in the delivery of projects and services that make a real difference to Australia's future prosperity”. Your new role Your team Join a pivotal team, with a strong and supported growth agenda Be part of an ambitious organisation which invests heavily in innovation and growth Work with smart, dedicated and down-to-earth people, who want to make an impact and have fun Join a collaborative team environment, with a focus on bringing the team together professionally and socially Working seamlessly and efficiently across borders with colleagues from around the globe Your work Lead the day-to-day engagement execution while guiding and developing team members throughout the deal lifecycle - from pre-announcement to implementation including with deal strategy, synergy identification and assessment, integration planning, carve out support and benefits realisation Working directly with high profile clients and alongside the senior members of the team on interesting, challenging and diverse deals, taking ownership of the overall engagement and end deliverable Do work that matters to our clients and to you, and align yourself to sectors and strategy disciplines that you are passionate about Contribute to business development efforts including pitches and proposals for clients and thought leadership Make a real impact by connecting different elements of KPMG's multi-disciplinary service offerings to deliver and implement innovative and practical solutions and ensure we bring the best of our local and global expertise and experience to all engagements Part of a high growth team with a close-knit, high performing culture You bring to the role 6-10 years consulting / transaction experience from a recognised consulting firm (or relevant transaction experience in a medium / large corporate) and strong technical skills in relevant areas such as: Program design and management Synergy identification and assessment Post-merger integration or carve out support Separation planning and execution Business restructuring Exceptional client management skills, presentation and business writing development ability Ability to take the initiative and deliver key projects and be able to adapt to a constantly changing and rapidly growing business environment Strong analytical and quantitative problem-solving skills Solid knowledge and technical skills in relevant areas Ability to work effectively with people at all levels across an organisation 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 and environmental issues; and use our unique skills and expertise to help create positive and lasting impacts for our communities. 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.

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Engagement Manager, Integration & Separation

KPMG

Join a growing Strategy team recognised for our specialist capabilities and our collaborative relationships within the wider firm Help clients solve their most complex strategy problems through a multi-disciplinary approach Continue building your career through extensive professional development and career-building opportunities, with the support of senior leadership Thrive within a flexible and agile work environment with a recognition for the need of a healthy life-work balance About us 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. KPMG Strategy, a global network of over 1,500 strategy professionals in 35 countries, helps organisations and executive teams change, grow, adapt, shape and respond to disruptive forces. We support organisations in defining their ambition and developing innovative strategies that embed the agility, customer-centricity and operational excellence needed to thrive in dynamic markets. We work shoulder-to-shoulder with clients through implementation and help them deliver targeted results by accelerating momentum, locking down value and de-risking both decisions and actions. Our Integration and Separation services: We provide our Financial Services, Government, Private Equity and Corporate clients with strategic and financial M&A advice pre, during and post deals. Our engagements include: Pre-deal strategy, separation and integration due diligence including coordination of IT, HR and Operational due diligence Assisting clients in developing, testing and performing synergy assessments during the deal life cycle and understand Pre-deal carve-outs of businesses for spin-off or sale, including development of new corporate structures (e.g. JV establishment) Transition planning, creation and implementation of integration and separation projects as the result of M&A activity (including Day One readiness and execution) Post deal management of ongoing benefit monitoring and capture to support the strategic case of the deal Assisting clients in understanding the true strategic and operational capability of acquisitions and investment companies In all of our work, we focus on five common elements: A robust, informed fact base on company operations and the market environment Rigorous quantitative assessment and decision support An independent perspective and challenge to management decision making A focus on execution in planning for delivery to realise value Pragmatic and innovative solutions We are currently looking for experienced Integration & Separation Strategy Engagement Managers (Associate Director), who share our purpose of inspiring confidence and empowering change for our clients, our people and our communities, and to share in our vision of “developing and empowering our people to provide innovative solutions in the delivery of projects and services that make a real difference to Australia's future prosperity”. Your new role Your team Join a pivotal team, with a strong and supported growth agenda Be part of an ambitious organisation which invests heavily in innovation and growth Work with smart, dedicated and down-to-earth people, who want to make an impact and have fun Join a collaborative team environment, with a focus on bringing the team together professionally and socially Working seamlessly and efficiently across borders with colleagues from around the globe Your work Lead the day-to-day engagement execution while guiding and developing team members throughout the deal lifecycle - from pre-announcement to implementation including with deal strategy, synergy identification and assessment, integration planning, carve out support and benefits realisation Working directly with high profile clients and alongside the senior members of the team on interesting, challenging and diverse deals, taking ownership of the overall engagement and end deliverable Do work that matters to our clients and to you, and align yourself to sectors and strategy disciplines that you are passionate about Contribute to business development efforts including pitches and proposals for clients and thought leadership Make a real impact by connecting different elements of KPMG's multi-disciplinary service offerings to deliver and implement innovative and practical solutions and ensure we bring the best of our local and global expertise and experience to all engagements Part of a high growth team with a close-knit, high performing culture You bring to the role 6-10 years consulting / transaction experience from a recognised consulting firm (or relevant transaction experience in a medium / large corporate) and strong technical skills in relevant areas such as: Program design and management Synergy identification and assessment Post-merger integration or carve out support Separation planning and execution Business restructuring Exceptional client management skills, presentation and business writing development ability Ability to take the initiative and deliver key projects and be able to adapt to a constantly changing and rapidly growing business environment Strong analytical and quantitative problem-solving skills Solid knowledge and technical skills in relevant areas Ability to work effectively with people at all levels across an organisation 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 and environmental issues; and use our unique skills and expertise to help create positive and lasting impacts for our communities. 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.

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Transformation and Operations Analyst - FS

Deloitte

Flexible work arrangements - work in a way that suits you best World-class learning and leadership programs Employee excellence awards/Employee appreciation month In Operations we focus on addressing the issues and questions that keep COOs awake at night. We start right at the top helping our clients articulate and implement their strategic direction and touch every layer of an organisation from improving the customer experience business and financial performance and right down to the shop floor optimising day to day operations and supply chain efficiency. What will your typical day look like? This role will see you engage directly with high profile clients on their most important and challenging business issues - addressing and solving their priority operational problems. In addition, you will also: Work with a high performing team with a strong commitment to excellence in pursuit of in pursuit of helping our clients drive profitability and performance through their supply chain and procurement practices Draw on Deloitte's unique capabilities in Design thinking, Digital, Data Analytics, Deloitte Access Economics, and experience from our global consulting network Undertake extensive supply chain and procurement and broader operations transformation focused training and development with the opportunity to experience borderless careers through international assignments and secondments A career in Supply Chain & Procurement means you will be working alongside Australia's leaders solving the toughest problems - you never have a boring day. About the team Our Transformation and Operations team are growing rapidly in response to market demands for critical thinkers who can solve complex business problems. Our clients face challenges that range from transformation in response to market demands, through to disruption from technology advances such as robotics and cognitive automation that enable us to overhaul the customer experience and the efficiencies that can be gained from improved supply chain & procurement operations. Enough about us, let's talk about you. The ideal candidate will have 2+ years of operations consulting experience in a Tier 1 Consulting firm, boutique operations firm. Ideally you will also have the following: Proven experience working with or on consulting project teams, engaging with management at top ASX organisations or equivalent - in areas such as enterprise cost reduction, operational improvement and process excellence Solid quantitative, analytical, and data modelling skills Strong communication skills, both written and verbal, and the ability to build strong relationships with a range of clients Strong problem-solving skills with the ability to exercise mature judgment Curiosity to learn and proactivity to bring forward ideas Strong sense of team and passion to develop others as well as self. 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. Next Steps Sound like the sort of role for you? Apply now! We'd love to hear from you. 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 provider.

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Support Worker - St Kilda East

Claro Aged Care and Disability Services

Monday to Sunday and sleepover shifts available Must Have Experience in Complex Care Support Work Have a Valid Drivers License and comfortable driving a Modified Van in the city The demand for quality in-home and community care is rapidly growing, and our teams are growing to meet it! We're now seeking a Support Worker to join our experienced and down-to earth team in St Kilda East. Each day will look a little different, but your key responsibilities will likely include: Providing aid and support in common daily activities around the home Providing aid and support with hygiene and personal care Assistance, support, and chaperoning activities outside the home environment which may include transportation of your client Assisting with medication compliance which may include the dispensation of prescription medication Meal assistance which may include meal preparation 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're looking for caring, people focused individuals who will brighten our client's days and make a positive impact on their lives. To do well in this role, you will/may have: A certificate III (or higher) in Disability Care, Home & Community Care, Aged Care or Individual Support Knowledge and experience in Support Work or similar environment National police check Employee working with children check Current first aid and CPR certificates Full Driver's Licence and experience driving modified vehicles for community access 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@c laro.com.au Claro prides itself on being an equal opportunity employer. We encourage applications from all backgrounds, ages and gender as well as people who identify as First Peoples, LGBTIQ+ and people with a disability. If you would like your profile to be discovered by our team of recruiters for future roles, we would love you to join our Talent Community .

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Support Worker - Bendigo

Claro Aged Care and Disability Services

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 a Disability Support Workers to join our experienced and down-to-earth team in Bendigo. Each day will look a little different, but your key responsibilities will likely include: Complex Personal Care Client Specific Care Tasks - personal care, peg feeding, manual handling - hoist, medication, continence care, physio exercises, gastronomy care, transfers and community access Overnight shifts from 10pm - 6am - Monday to Sunday (inactive sleepovers) and potentially other shifts during the day and with other clients in the area 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're looking for caring, people focused individuals who will brighten our client's days and make a positive impact on their lives. To do well in this role, you will/may have: Certificate III (or higher) in Disability Care, Home & Community Care, Aged Care or Individual Support Experience in advocating for a non-verbal client Experience working with clients with ABI (Acquired Brain Injury) and Spinal Cord Injuries Driving license and ability to drive client modified vehicle is essential as part of the role is community access 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! Claro prides itself on being an equal opportunity employer. We encourage applications from all backgrounds, ages and gender as well as people who identify as First Peoples, LGBTIQ+ and people with a disability. If you would like your profile to be discovered by our team of recruiters for future roles, we would love you to join our Talent Community .

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... are growing to meet it! We're now seeking a Disability Support Workers to join our experienced and down-to-earth team in Bendigo. Each day will look a little different, but your key responsibilities will likely include ...
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NSW > NSW North Coast

Support Worker - Grafton

Claro Aged Care and Disability Services

AM, PM and Sleepover Shifts Opportunity to Pick Up Extra Hours Various clients The demand for quality in-home and community care is rapidly growing, and our teams are growing to meet it! We're now seeking a Residential Support Worker to join our experienced and down-to earth team in Grafton. Each day will look a little different, but your key responsibilities will likely include: Providing aid and support in common daily activities around the home Providing aid and support with hygiene and personal care Assisting with medication compliance which may include the dispensation of prescription medication Meal assistance which may include meal preparation 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're looking for caring, people focused individuals who will brighten our client's days and make a positive impact on their lives. To do well in this role, you will/may have: A certificate III (or higher) in Disability Care, Home & Community Care, Aged Care or Individual Support Knowledge and/or experience in Support Work or similar environment National police check Employee working with children check Current first aid and CPR certificates Full Driver's Licence and access to your own registered car with comprehensive insurance Experience in personal and complex care would be highly desirable 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 Claro prides itself on being an equal opportunity employer. We encourage applications from all backgrounds, ages and gender as well as people who identify as First Peoples, LGBTIQ+ and people with a disability. If you would like your profile to be discovered by our team of recruiters for future roles, we would love you to join our Talent Community .

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... are growing to meet it! We're now seeking a Residential Support Worker to join our experienced and down-to earth team in Grafton. Each day will look a little different, but your key responsibilities will likely include ...
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SA > Adelaide

Recreational Support Worker - Adelaide Metro

Zenitas Healthcare

· Various Locations across Adelaide Metro · Shift times are mainly during the business hours, Monday- Friday 8am-5pm 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 a Recreational Support Worker to join our experienced and down-to earth team in Adelaide Metro. Each day will look a little different, but your key responsibilities will likely include: · Providing community access & participating in day options programmes such as swimming, gardening, bowling and other activities with our clients · Assistance, support, and chaperoning activities outside the home environment which may include transportation of your client · Assisting with medication compliance which may include the dispensation of prescription medication · Shifts: Mainly during Monday- Friday from 8am to 5pm and occasionally on the weekends & outside of business hours 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're looking for caring, people focused individuals who will brighten our client's days and make a positive impact on their lives. Having a Certificate III (or higher) in Disability Care is essential. To do well in this role, you will/may have a car and a valid driver's license, experience in community access, group engagement, ability to think outside the box, engage clients in fun activities, must be organised and a good planner. 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 today! Claro prides itself on being an equal opportunity employer. We encourage applications from all backgrounds, ages and gender as well as people who identify as First Peoples, LGBTIQ+ and people with a disability. If you would like your profile to be discovered by our team of recruiters for future roles, we would love you to join our Talent Community .

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... are growing to meet it! We're now seeking a Recreational Support Worker to join our experienced and down-to earth team in Adelaide Metro. Each day will look a little different, but your key responsibilities will likely ...
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VIC > Geelong & Surf Coast

Support Worker - Geelong

Claro Aged Care and Disability Services

· Geelong Location, 3 positions available · 63hours per week · Driver's License is required 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 a Disability Support Worker to join our experienced and down-to earth team in Geelong . Each day will look a little different, but your key responsibilities will likely include: · Personal Care standard · Client specific care tasks - medication administration, personal care, showering, manual handling, light domestic duties and getting ready for the day · Shifts: 63 hours per week, shifts: 8am - 10am, 12pm - 2pm, 6pm - 8pm 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're looking for caring, people focused individuals who will brighten our client's days and make a positive impact on their lives. To do well in this role, you will/may have: · Previous experience supporting diabetic and physical disability clients · Ideally 1-2 years of experience in the field working as a Support Worker · Certificate III (or higher) in Disability Care, Mental Health, 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! Claro prides itself on being an equal opportunity employer. We encourage applications from all backgrounds, ages and gender as well as people who identify as First Peoples, LGBTIQ+ and people with a disability. If you would like your profile to be discovered by our team of recruiters for future roles, we would love you to join our Talent Community . au The Claro Healthcare Team

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... are growing to meet it! We're now seeking a Disability Support Worker to join our experienced and down-to earth team in Geelong . Each day will look a little different, but your key responsibilities will likely include ...
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VIC > Melbourne

Support Worker - Bentleigh

Claro Aged Care and Disability Services

Tuesday and Friday 1pm- 7pm Work closer to home Great hourly rate The demand for quality in-home and community care is rapidly growing, and our teams are growing to meet it! We're now seeking a Support Worker to join our experienced and down-to earth team in Bentleigh. Each day will look a little different, but your key responsibilities will likely include: Providing aid and support in common daily activities around the home Providing aid and support with hygiene and personal care Assistance, support, and chaperoning activities outside the home environment which may include transportation of your client Assisting with medication compliance which may include the dispensation of prescription medication Meal assistance which may include meal preparation 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're looking for caring, people focused individuals who will brighten our client's days and make a positive impact on their lives. To do well in this role, you will/may have: A certificate III (or higher) in Disability Care, Home & Community Care, Aged Care or Individual Support Knowledge and/or experience in Support Work or similar environment National police check Employee working with children check Current first aid and CPR certificates Full Driver's Licence and access to your own registered car with comprehensive insurance. 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@zenitas.com.au Claro prides itself on being an equal opportunity employer. We encourage applications from all backgrounds, ages and gender as well as people who identify as First Peoples, LGBTIQ+ and people with a disability. If you would like your profile to be discovered by our team of recruiters for future roles, we would love you to join our Talent Community .

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... our teams are growing to meet it! We're now seeking a Support Worker to join our experienced and down-to earth team in Bentleigh. Each day will look a little different, but your key responsibilities will likely include ...
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VIC > Melbourne

Support Worker - Mornington

Claro Aged Care and Disability Services

· Join a team of highly experienced and passionate professionals · Continue to learn with fantastic development opportunities available · Enjoy flexibility with a variety of shifts and hours, balance work & home 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 a Support Worker role to join our experienced and down-to-earth team in Mornington. Each day will look a little different, but your key responsibilities will likely include: · Providing support in everyday daily activities around the home, like cleaning and assistance with daily activities · Providing support with hygiene and personal care · Assistance, support, and chaperoning activities outside the home environment which may include transportation of your client · Assisting with medication compliance which may include the dispensation of prescription medication · Meal assistance which may include meal preparation 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're looking for caring, people focused individuals who will brighten our client's days and make a positive impact on their lives. To do well in this role, you will/may have: · Certificate III (or higher) in Disability Care, Home & Community Care, Aged Care or Individual Support · You are a passionate and reliable person who enjoys helping to improve the life of others · Preferably knowledge and skills gained through 3 years of experience in a similar job This role will require you to have undertaken training in or experience in non invasive Subrapubic Catheter care - changing of bag, tube and maintaining skin integrity. In addition you will have undertaken training in or experience in bowel care using suppositories. A career with Claro Whether you are 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 today! Claro prides itself on being an equal opportunity employer. We encourage applications from all backgrounds, ages and gender as well as people who identify as First Peoples, LGBTIQ+ and people with a disability. If you would like your profile to be discovered by our team of recruiters for future roles, we would love you to join our Talent Community .

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... teams are growing to meet it! We're now seeking a Support Worker role to join our experienced and down-to-earth team in Mornington. Each day will look a little different, but your key responsibilities will likely include ...
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VIC > Melbourne

Residential Support Worker - Werribee

Claro Aged Care and Disability Services

A career in care and support The demand for quality residential care is rapidly growing, and our teams are growing to meet it! We're now seeking a Residential Support Worker role in Werribee to join our experienced and down to earth team. Each day will look a little different, but your key responsibilities will likely include: · Providing support in everyday daily activities around the facility · Providing support with hygiene and personal care · Assistance, support, and chaperoning activities outside the residential environment which may include transportation of your client · Assisting with medication compliance which may include the dispensation of prescription medication · Meal assistance which may include meal preparation 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're looking for caring, people focused individuals who will brighten our client's days and make a positive impact on their lives. To do well in this role, you will/may have: · 1 to 3 years' experience working within the disabilities/aged care industry · Certificate III (or higher) in Disability Care, Home & Community Care, Aged Care or Individual Support or similar · Experience in providing personal care to clients with complex care needs Our commitment to you People lie at the heart of everything we do, our teams are no different. We have a fantastic team culture and strongly believe in rewarding and empowering our people to do what they do best! What we offer: · Money in your pocket to “Light Up” your clients day - be it a coffee, a crossword puzzle or a daffodil, · Employee referral bonus to the value of $300 · Investment in your ongoing learning and development through an internal training platform · Celebrating you ! Long service thank you gifts for those who have been with us for 5, 10, 15 and 20+ years 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. Your choice 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 Claro prides itself on being an equal opportunity employer. We encourage applications from all backgrounds, ages and gender as well as people who identify as First Peoples, LGBTIQ+ and people with a disability. If you would like your profile to be discovered by our team of recruiters for future roles, we would love you to join our Talent Community .

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... growing to meet it! We're now seeking a Residential Support Worker role in Werribee to join our experienced and down to earth team. Each day will look a little different, but your key responsibilities will likely include ...
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VIC > Melbourne

Residential Support Worker - Roxburgh Park

Claro Aged Care and Disability Services

A career in care and support The demand for quality residential care is rapidly growing, and our teams are growing to meet it! We're now seeking a Residential Support Worker role in Roxburgh Park to join our experienced and down to earth team. Each day will look a little different, but your key responsibilities will likely include: · Providing support in everyday daily activities around the facility · Providing support with hygiene and personal care · Assistance, support, and chaperoning activities outside the residential environment which may include transportation of your client · Assisting with medication compliance which may include the dispensation of prescription medication · Meal assistance which may include meal preparation 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're looking for caring, people focused individuals who will brighten our client's days and make a positive impact on their lives. To do well in this role, you will/may have: · Experience in providing personal care to clients with high complex physical needs · 1 to 3 years' experience working within the disabilities/aged care industry · Certificate III (or higher) in Disability Care, Home & Community Care, Aged Care or Individual Support or similar Our commitment to you People lie at the heart of everything we do, our teams are no different. We have a fantastic team culture and strongly believe in rewarding and empowering our people to do what they do best! What we offer: · Money in your pocket to “Light Up” your clients day - be it a coffee, a crossword puzzle or a daffodil, · Employee referral bonus to the value of $300 · Investment in your ongoing learning and development through an internal training platform · Celebrating you ! Long service thank you gifts for those who have been with us for 5, 10, 15 and 20+ years 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. Your choice 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 Claro prides itself on being an equal opportunity employer. We encourage applications from all backgrounds, ages and gender as well as people who identify as First Peoples, LGBTIQ+ and people with a disability. If you would like your profile to be discovered by our team of recruiters for future roles, we would love you to join our Talent Community .

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... to meet it! We're now seeking a Residential Support Worker role in Roxburgh Park to join our experienced and down to earth team. Each day will look a little different, but your key responsibilities will likely include ...
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NSW > Newcastle & Hunter

Support Worker - Medowie

Claro Aged Care and Disability Services

9am-4pm daily Opportunity to pick up extra hours Be part of our supportive team The demand for quality in-home and community care is rapidly growing, and our teams are growing to meet it! We're now seeking a Support Worker to join our experienced and down-to earth team in Medowie. Each day will look a little different, but your key responsibilities will likely include: Providing aid and support in common daily activities around the home Providing aid and support with hygiene and personal care Assisting with medication compliance which may include the dispensation of prescription medication Implementing exercise plans Encouraging development of independent living skills 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're looking for caring, people focused individuals who will brighten our client's days and make a positive impact on their lives. To do well in this role, you will/may have: A certificate III (or higher) in Disability Care, Home & Community Care, Aged Care or Individual Support Knowledge and/or experience in Support Work or similar environment National police check Employee working with children check Current first aid and CPR certificates Full Driver's Licence and access to your own registered car with comprehensive insurance Experience in personal and complex care would be highly desirable Motivation, respect and an understanding of our client's needs for quiet time and personal space 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 Claro prides itself on being an equal opportunity employer. We encourage applications from all backgrounds, ages and gender as well as people who identify as First Peoples, LGBTIQ+ and people with a disability. If you would like your profile to be discovered by our team of recruiters for future roles, we would love you to join our Talent Community .

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... and our teams are growing to meet it! We're now seeking a Support Worker to join our experienced and down-to earth team in Medowie. Each day will look a little different, but your key responsibilities will likely include ...
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NSW > Gosford & Central Coast

Support Worker - Central Coast

Claro Aged Care and Disability Services

AM, PM and Sleepover Shifts Opportunity to Pick Up Extra Hours Residential Care The demand for quality in-home and community care is rapidly growing, and our teams are growing to meet it! We're now seeking a Residential Support Worker to join our experienced and down-to earth team in the Central Coast. Each day will look a little different, but your key responsibilities will likely include: Providing aid and support in common daily activities around the home Providing aid and support with hygiene and personal care Assisting with medication compliance which may include the dispensation of prescription medication Meal assistance which may include meal preparation 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're looking for caring, people focused individuals who will brighten our client's days and make a positive impact on their lives. To do well in this role, you will/may have: A certificate III (or higher) in Disability Care, Home & Community Care, Aged Care or Individual Support Knowledge and/or experience in Support Work or similar environment National police check Employee working with children check Current first aid and CPR certificates Full Driver's Licence and access to your own registered car with comprehensive insurance Experience in personal and complex care would be highly desirable 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 Claro prides itself on being an equal opportunity employer. We encourage applications from all backgrounds, ages and gender as well as people who identify as First Peoples, LGBTIQ+ and people with a disability. If you would like your profile to be discovered by our team of recruiters for future roles, we would love you to join our Talent Community .

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... teams are growing to meet it! We're now seeking a Residential Support Worker to join our experienced and down-to earth team in the Central Coast. Each day will look a little different, but your key responsibilities will ...
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NSW > NSW North Coast

Support Worker - Port Macquarie

Claro Aged Care and Disability Services

· Join a team of highly experienced and passionate professionals · Continue to learn with fantastic development opportunities available · Enjoy flexibility with a variety of shifts and hours, balance work & home 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 a Support Worker role to join our experienced and down-to-earth team in Port Macquarie. Each day will look a little different, but your key responsibilities will likely include: · Providing support in everyday daily activities around the home, like cleaning and assistance with daily activities · Providing support with hygiene and personal care · Assistance, support, and chaperoning activities outside the home environment which may include transportation of your client · Assisting with medication compliance which may include the dispensation of prescription medication · Meal assistance which may include meal preparation 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're looking for caring, people focused individuals who will brighten our client's days and make a positive impact on their lives. To do well in this role, you will/may have: · Certificate III (or higher) in Disability Care, Home & Community Care, Aged Care or Individual Support · You must be a passionate and reliable person who enjoys helping to improve the life of others · Preferably knowledge and skills gained through 1 - 2 years of experience in a similar job A career with Claro Whether you are 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 today! Claro prides itself on being an equal opportunity employer. We encourage applications from all backgrounds, ages and gender as well as people who identify as First Peoples, LGBTIQ+ and people with a disability. If you would like your profile to be discovered by our team of recruiters for future roles, we would love you to join our Talent Community .

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... are growing to meet it! We're now seeking a Support Worker role to join our experienced and down-to-earth team in Port Macquarie. Each day will look a little different, but your key responsibilities will likely include ...
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NSW > Tamworth and North West NSW

Disability Support Worker

Claro Aged Care and Disability Services

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 a Disability Support Worker to join our experienced and down-to=earth team in Hazelwood North, Vic. Each day will look a little different, but your key responsibilities will likely include: Providing support in everyday daily activities around the home, like cleaning, gardening and assistance with daily activities Providing support with hygiene and personal care Assistance, support, and chaperoning activities outside the home environment which may include transportation of your client Assisting with medication compliance which may include the dispensation of prescription medication Meal assistance which may include meal preparation Possible assistance with Bowel care What you'll bring We're looking for caring, people focused individuals who will brighten our client's days and make a positive impact on their lives. To do well in this role, you will/may have: Certificate III (or higher) in Disability Care, Home & Community Care, Aged Care or Individual Support Knowledge and skills gained through experience Excellent communication care essential 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! Porsche Doherty | porsche.doherty@zenitas.com.au Claro prides itself on being an equal opportunity employer. We encourage applications from all backgrounds, ages and gender as well as people who identify as First Peoples, LGBTIQ+ and people with a disability. If you would like your profile to be discovered by our team of recruiters for future roles, we would love you to join our Talent Community .

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... are growing to meet it! We're now seeking a Disability Support Worker to join our experienced and down-to=earth team in Hazelwood North, Vic. Each day will look a little different, but your key responsibilities will ...
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ACT > Canberra & ACT

Support Worker - Cooma and Bega

Claro Aged Care and Disability Services

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 a Support Worker to join our experienced and down-to-earth team in Snowy Mountains region. Key responsibilities will likely include: Providing support in everyday daily activities around the home, like cleaning and gardening Providing support with hygiene and personal care Assistance, support, and chaperoning activities outside the home environment which may include transportation of your client Meal assistance which may include meal preparation Working alongside a dedicated member of our team, you will need to be available for one shift per week from 8am to 7pm with the opportunity to provide additional backfill support. 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're looking for caring, people focused individuals who will brighten our client's days and make a positive impact on their lives. To do well in this role, you will/may have: Highly developed communication skills, working with people who are non-verbal Experience providing support to individuals with an Acquired Brain Injury Adept at working within professional boundaries and maintaining confidentiality 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 Claro prides itself on being an equal opportunity employer. We encourage applications from all backgrounds, ages and gender as well as people who identify as First Peoples, LGBTIQ+ and people with a disability. If you would like your profile to be discovered by our team of recruiters for future roles, we would love you to join our Talent Community .

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... to meet it! We're now seeking a Support Worker to join our experienced and down-to-earth team in Snowy Mountains region. Key responsibilities will likely include: Providing support in everyday daily activities ...
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SA > Adelaide

Senior Consultant - Risk Consulting

KPMG

Join a supportive team in a leading global professional services firm Immerse yourself in our inclusive, diverse and supportive culture Choose the way you want to work by embracing our flexible work arrangements 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 KPMG Enterprise Risk Consulting practice in Adelaide works with Boards and Executive Management to help them navigate their business risks and assist in them in achieving their strategic and operational priorities. You will do this by working with clients at all levels (from Board down) across every facet of their business from managing day to day operational risks to managing strategic risks and controlling the risks on multi-billion dollar infrastructure projects. Our client base includes corporate and Government clients in utilities, education, healthcare, retail, manufacturing, infrastructure, financial services and resources sectors. If you want to experience an exciting and varied workplace, a career at KPMG may be perfect for you. Due to continued growth, we are currently looking to expand our team in Adelaide. Why join our team - hear from our people https://youtu.be/LFlSknC4b1I Your Opportunity As a Senior Consultant you will be responsible for the following: Assist in the management of a portfolio of engagements that consistently delivers quality outcomes for clients. Deliver a variety of risk consulting projects, ranging across a variety of disciplines including procurement, safety, financial controls, governance and operations. Provide technical knowledge, direction, coaching and training to colleagues through day-to-day management of teams on engagements. Contribute to business development by maintaining strong relationships with clients and building professional networks. Develop a deep understanding of KPMG's broad service offerings and identify additional opportunities outside of Risk Consulting to further support our clients How are you Extraordinary? The successful applicant will possess the following characteristics: Relevant post-graduate professional qualifications such as risk management, information technology, project management, data analysis, engineering, law, process improvement, commerce, CA, CPA or CIA. Strong Risk Consulting, Internal Audit, Process Improvement, Business Analyst, Data Analysis, Project Management, Operational or External Audit experience in a professional services firm or industry. Experience leading and developing teams, managing stakeholders or working as part of a team. Strong ability to analyse information quickly using innovative solutions to solve complex problems. Highly developed report writing, communication and presentation skills. Ability to prepare business development material, including proposals, case studies and other sector specific material. The KPMG Difference 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 and environmental issues; and use our unique skills and expertise to help create positive and lasting impacts for our communities. 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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... strategic and operational priorities. You will do this by working with clients at all levels (from Board down) across every facet of their business from managing day to day operational risks to managing strategic risks ...
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NSW > Riverina & Murray

Support Worker - Cootamundra

Claro Aged Care and Disability Services

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 a Support Worker to join our experienced and down-to-earth team in Cootamundra . Each day will look a little different, but your key responsibilities will likely include: Providing support in everyday daily activities around the home, like cleaning and gardening Providing support with hygiene and personal care Assistance, support, and chaperoning activities outside the home environment which may include transportation of your client Meal assistance which may include meal preparation Personal care routine- including dressing, showering, catheter & bowel care We have a variety of shifts available Monday to Sunday from 2 to 7 hours in length. Shifts commence at 7am and finish at 8pm. Sleep over shifts will also be available 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're looking for caring, people focused individuals who will brighten our client's days and make a positive impact on their lives. To do well in this role, you will/may have: Confidence in the practice of safe transfers using a ceiling hoist Experience in supporting a person with bowel and catheter care Adept at working within professional boundaries and maintaining confidentiality You must have a Driver's Licence and own car Be comfortable working around pets 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 Claro prides itself on being an equal opportunity employer. We encourage applications from all backgrounds, ages and gender as well as people who identify as First Peoples, LGBTIQ+ and people with a disability. If you would like your profile to be discovered by our team of recruiters for future roles, we would love you to join our Talent Community .

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WA > Perth

Support Worker - Armadale

Claro Aged Care and Disability Services

· Armadale location · Personal care duties · 10 hours a week available with varied shift patterns 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 a Support Worker - Armadale to join our experienced and down to earth team in Armadale. Each day will look a little different, but your key responsibilities will likely include: · Providing support in everyday daily activities around the home, like cleaning, gardening and assistance with daily activities · Providing support with hygiene and personal care · Assisting with medication compliance which may include the dispensation of prescription medication 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're looking for caring, people focused individuals who will brighten our client's days and make a positive impact on their lives. To do well in this role, you will/may have: · Experience working in aged care or disability · Must have a driving license and car · Positive and engaging personality Our commitment to you People lie at the heart of everything we do, our teams are no different. We have a fantastic team culture and strongly believe in rewarding and empowering our people to do what they do best! What we offer: · Money in your pocket to “Light Up” your clients day - be it a coffee, a crossword puzzle or a daffodil, · Employee referral bonus to the value of $300 · Investment in your ongoing learning and development through an internal training platform · Celebrating you ! Long service thank you gifts for those who have been with us for 5, 10, 15 and 20+ years 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. Apply directly or get in touch today! recruitment@claro.com.au Claro prides itself on being an equal opportunity employer. We encourage applications from all backgrounds, ages and gender as well as people who identify as First Peoples, LGBTIQ+ and people with a disability. If you would like your profile to be discovered by our team of recruiters for future roles, we would love you to join our Talent Community

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VIC > Melbourne

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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VIC > Melbourne

Support Worker - Cranbourne

Claro Aged Care and Disability Services

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 a Support Worker to join our experienced and down-to-earth team in Cranbourne. Each day will look a little different, but your key responsibilities will likely include: · Providing support with hygiene and personal care · Assistance, support, and chaperoning activities outside the home environment which may include transportation of your client · Meal assistance which may include meal preparation 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're looking for caring, people focused individuals who will brighten our client's days and make a positive impact on their lives. To do well in this role, you will/may have: · Experience in standard personal care, with Acquired Brain Injury (ABI) experience preferred · Availability for shifts required: Mondays, Wednesdays, Thursdays 7.30am until 11pm, then sleepover shifts from 11.00pm until 7.30am. · 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! Isabel Ocampo | Isabel.ocampo@claro.com.au Claro prides itself on being an equal opportunity employer. We encourage applications from all backgrounds, ages and gender as well as people who identify as First Peoples, LGBTIQ+ and people with a disability. If you would like your profile to be discovered by our team of recruiters for future roles, we would love you to join our Talent Community .

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... our teams are growing to meet it! We're now seeking a Support Worker to join our experienced and down-to-earth team in Cranbourne. Each day will look a little different, but your key responsibilities will likely include ...
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NSW > NSW North Coast

Support Worker - Casino

Claro Aged Care and Disability Services

· Casino Location · Great opportunity to expand your knowledge in the disability sector · Must have a full driving license 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 a Support Worker to join our experienced and down to earth team in Casino . Each day will look a little different, but your key responsibilities will likely include: · Providing support in everyday daily activities around the home, like cleaning, gardening and assistance with daily activities · Providing support with hygiene and personal care · Assistance, support, and chaperoning activities outside the home environment which may include transportation of your client · Assisting with medication compliance which may include the dispensation of prescription medication · Meal assistance which may include meal preparation 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're looking for caring, people focused individuals who will brighten our client's days and make a positive impact on their lives. To do well in this role, you will/may have: · Minimum 12 months experience in complex care · Certificate 3 or 4 in Disability · Valid driving license Our commitment to you People lie at the heart of everything we do, our teams are no different. We have a fantastic team culture and strongly believe in rewarding and empowering our people to do what they do best! What we offer: · Money in your pocket to “Light Up” your clients day - be it a coffee, a crossword puzzle or a daffodil, · Employee referral bonus to the value of $300 · Investment in your ongoing learning and development through an internal training platform · Celebrating you ! Long service thank you gifts for those who have been with us for 5, 10, 15 and 20+ years 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. Your choice 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 Claro prides itself on being an equal opportunity employer. We encourage applications from all backgrounds, ages and gender as well as people who identify as First Peoples, LGBTIQ+ and people with a disability. If you would like your profile to be discovered by our team of recruiters for future roles, we would love you to join our Talent Community .

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WA > Perth

Residential Support Worker - Parkwood

Claro Aged Care and Disability Services

· Stunning Parkwood Location · 24/7 Roster and Overnight Shifts · Must have a valid Driver's License 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 a Disability Support Worker to join our experienced and down-to earth team in Lynwood. Each day will look a little different, but your key responsibilities will likely include: · Personal Care- Standard · Client specific care tasks - manual handling (hoist, wheelchair assistance), catheter care and bowel care · Shifts: 24/7 Roster and Sleepover's 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're looking for caring, people focused individuals who will brighten our client's days and make a positive impact on their lives. To do well in this role, you will/may have: · Ideally 1-2 years of experience in the field working as a Support Worker · Certificate III (or higher) in Disability Care, Mental Health, 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! Claro prides itself on being an equal opportunity employer. We encourage applications from all backgrounds, ages and gender as well as people who identify as First Peoples, LGBTIQ+ and people with a disability. If you would like your profile to be discovered by our team of recruiters for future roles, we would love you to join our Talent Community . au The Claro Healthcare Team

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NSW > Sydney

Principal Sustainability Consultant

AECOM

Australia - New South Wales, Sydney - AU Job Summary This is an exciting role that will see you providing technical Infrastructure and Precinct sustainability advice within our growing Sustainability Practice. With a strong history of working on some of the biggest and most influential infrastructure and precinct developments, our Sustainability Practice comprises a team of specialists working collectively and virtually across Brisbane, Melbourne, Sydney, Auckland and Wellington. Your primary role will be advising our clients on all matters pertaining to sustainability and resilience, with a focus on identifying and implementing measures to create efficient infrastructure, buildings and places. Working with a multidisciplinary team of planners, designers and engineers the role will see you collaborating with project stakeholders to drive optimised outcomes. AECOM provides a great a place to work, where we place a high priority on a positive culture, fun and an engaging work environment. We offer career development and mentoring, as well as social and wellbeing opportunities. AECOM has been recognised for our commitment to gender equity, value diversity and we have a genuine focus on flexibility. You will be an integral part of a high-performing team, and work on projects where you can influence the greatest change. Some Of Your Key Responsibilities Will Include Generating strategic partnerships and relationships with internal and external stakeholders and clients. Providing industry leadership through presenting at and attending industry and AECOM events. Work with our wider team to participate in pursuing new project opportunities. Providing clear, consistent, evidence-based advice on the impacts of climate change and identifying measures to provide resilience. Maintaining a technical industry knowledge and contributing to furthering the industry benchmarks through research and development. Undertaking technical sustainability services as an integral member of the Infrastructure and Precinct Sustainability (IPS) team. This includes sustainable planning, design and construction advice with key services including rating tool planning and delivery (ISCA and Green Star) and development and delivery of strategic plans and frameworks. Analysing client needs and identifying best practice technologies through whole of life considerations to embed sustainable and resilient measures. Minimum Requirements Be a passionate communicator with excellent communication skills and prior' experience related to sustainable infrastructure and precincts to drive optimum design and engineering outcomes. Have tertiary qualifications in sustainability, environmental science/management, urban planning or engineering. Have experience using sustainability/wellness rating tools (Green Star (GBCA) and Infrastructure Sustainability (ISCA) will be well regarded) and ideally hold accredited status with some of these organisations. Proficient report writer with the ability to achieve and maintain high levels of quality and consistency of outputs. Ability to work autonomously and take responsibility for the quality of deliverables and meeting deadlines, including travel as required. Demonstrated experience in working with multidisciplinary teams. Having experience any of the following will be highly regarded: Facilitation of workshops and stakeholder management Whole-of-life net present value analysis Energy/emissions, water and materials modelling Feasibility studies and technical investigations Facilitation of audits and/or reviews Life cycle assessment (LCA) and multicriteria analysis Demonstrated experience in preparing technical design documentation and reporting. Experience managing projects and stakeholders Preferred Qualifications Have tertiary qualifications in sustainability, environmental science/management, urban planning or engineering. 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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NSW > Gosford & Central Coast

Support Worker - Central Coast

Claro Aged Care and Disability Services

AM, PM and Sleepover Shifts Opportunity to Pick Up Extra Hours Residential Care The demand for quality in-home and community care is rapidly growing, and our teams are growing to meet it! We're now seeking a Residential Support Worker to join our experienced and down-to earth team in the Central Coast. Each day will look a little different, but your key responsibilities will likely include: Providing aid and support in common daily activities around the home Providing aid and support with hygiene and personal care Assisting with medication compliance which may include the dispensation of prescription medication Meal assistance which may include meal preparation 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're looking for caring, people focused individuals who will brighten our client's days and make a positive impact on their lives. To do well in this role, you will/may have: A certificate III (or higher) in Disability Care, Home & Community Care, Aged Care or Individual Support Knowledge and/or experience in Support Work or similar environment National police check Employee working with children check Current first aid and CPR certificates Full Driver's Licence and access to your own registered car with comprehensive insurance Experience in personal and complex care would be highly desirable 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 Claro prides itself on being an equal opportunity employer. We encourage applications from all backgrounds, ages and gender as well as people who identify as First Peoples, LGBTIQ+ and people with a disability. If you would like your profile to be discovered by our team of recruiters for future roles, we would love you to join our Talent Community .

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... teams are growing to meet it! We're now seeking a Residential Support Worker to join our experienced and down-to earth team in the Central Coast. Each day will look a little different, but your key responsibilities will ...
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NSW > NSW North Coast

Support Worker - Kempsey

Claro Aged Care and Disability Services

· Join a team of highly experienced and passionate professionals · Continue to learn with fantastic development opportunities available · Enjoy flexibility with a variety of shifts and hours, balance work & home 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 a Support Worker role to join our experienced and down-to-earth team in Kempsey. Each day will look a little different, but your key responsibilities will likely include: · Providing support in everyday daily activities around the home, like cleaning and assistance with daily activities · Providing support with hygiene and personal care · Assistance, support, and chaperoning activities outside the home environment which may include transportation of your client · Assisting with medication compliance which may include the dispensation of prescription medication · Meal assistance which may include meal preparation 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're looking for caring, people focused individuals who will brighten our client's days and make a positive impact on their lives. To do well in this role, you will/may have: · Certificate III (or higher) in Disability Care, Home & Community Care, Aged Care or Individual Support · You must be a passionate and reliable person who enjoys helping to improve the life of others · Preferably knowledge and skills gained through 1 - 2 years of experience in a similar job A career with Claro Whether you are 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 today! Claro prides itself on being an equal opportunity employer. We encourage applications from all backgrounds, ages and gender as well as people who identify as First Peoples, LGBTIQ+ and people with a disability. If you would like your profile to be discovered by our team of recruiters for future roles, we would love you to join our Talent Community .

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... teams are growing to meet it! We're now seeking a Support Worker role to join our experienced and down-to-earth team in Kempsey. Each day will look a little different, but your key responsibilities will likely include ...
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NSW > Sydney

Business Analyst

Macquarie Group

This is an exciting opportunity for you an experienced Business Analyst who is passionate about Agile delivery, technological innovation, and likes to feel a sense of ownership in the solutions you deliver. In this role you will be part of the Business Banking Client Engagement team who are empowered to bring the single CRM vision to life as we move off a legacy platform into Salesforce. You will be the voice of the customer, with a deep understanding and empathy for users' needs and pain points that exist. You will work closely with sales, operations & technology teams to identify improvements to current processes, assess solutions & regularly ship product enhancements with quality & speed. Working closely with business stakeholders, Product Owner and scrum teams, you will ensure features and stories are refined and ready, with acceptance criteria complete, analyse data & processes to drive viable solutions that enhance our client/employee experience, provide regular demonstrations to stakeholders as part of sprint reviews and promote continuous improvement and innovation in the scrum team. To be successful in this role you will have: strong Business Analysis experience within financial services skills across client onboarding, client data, AML/KYC strong analytical skills and ability to break-down complex problems into smaller components. T shaped skills with a willingness to learn, configure & test new technologies. a self-starter with a growth mindset and desire to learn. a team-first attitude and enthusiasm for Agile culture a proactive attitude towards managing your own workload. excellent communication and collaboration skills; enjoyment of working with colleagues from different departments. salesforce experience, though not mandatory is highly desirable. You will be a part of a team who are passionate about their work and motivating each other to do great things within business banking. About Banking and Financial Services Banking and Financial Services is Macquarie's retail banking and financial services business, providing a diverse range of personal banking, wealth management, business banking and vehicle finance products and services to retail clients, advisers, brokers and business clients. Our commitment to Diversity and Inclusion The diversity of our people is one of our greatest strengths, and in combination with our inclusive environment, it enables us to deliver innovative and sustainable outcomes for our people, clients, shareholders and communities. From day one, you'll be encouraged to be yourself and supported to perform at your best. If our purpose of 'empowering people to innovate and invest for a better future' is as inspiring to you as it is to us, please apply. With the right technology, support and resources, our people can work in a range of flexible ways. We are committed to providing a working environment that embraces and values diversity and inclusion. We encourage candidates to speak with a member of our recruitment team if you require adjustments to our recruitment process to support you, and the type of working arrangements that would help you thrive.

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... services skills across client onboarding, client data, AML/KYC strong analytical skills and ability to break-down complex problems into smaller components. T shaped skills with a willingness to learn, configure & test ...
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VIC > Melbourne

Disability Support Worker - Knoxfield

Claro Aged Care and Disability Services

Knoxfield location with 3 vacancies! Join a team of highly experienced and passionate professionals Enjoy flexibility with a variety of shifts and hours, balance work & home A careers 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 a Support Worker to join our experienced and down-to-earth team in Knoxfield. Each day will look a little different, but your key responsibilities will likely include: Complex Personal Care Manual Handling Bowel Care Catheter Care Morning/Evenings and Sleepover shifts - weekdays and weekends. 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 1-2 years of experience in the field working as a Support Worker and/or Certificate III (or higher) in Disability Care, Mental Health, Home & Community Care, Aged Care or Individual Support. Previous mental health experience is essential. 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! Teresa Toelau | teresa.toelau@zenitas.com.au Claro prides itself on being an equal opportunity employer. We encourage applications from all backgrounds, ages and gender as well as people who identify as First Peoples, LGBTIQ+ and people with a disability. If you would like your profile to be discovered by our team of recruiters for future roles, we would love you to join our Talent Community .

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NSW > Sydney

Senior Associate, KPMG Strategy

KPMG

Join a growing Strategy team to help clients solve their most complex problems and make clear strategic choices that set them up to execute with confidence and deliver results Architect connected strategies that are grounded in rigorous analysis, actionable insight, stakeholder perspectives and industry experience by leveraging KPMG's deep and multi-disciplinary expertise (e.g. customer research, data and analytics, digital design, artificial intelligence, supply chain, innovation) Continue building your career through extensive professional development and career-building opportunities, with the support of senior leadership and embracing our 'learning mindset' culture Thrive within a flexible and agile work environment that supports a healthy life-work balance About us 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. KPMG Strategy, a global network of strategy professionals, helps organisations and executive teams change, grow, adapt, shape and respond to disruptive forces. We support organisations in defining their ambition and developing innovative strategies that embed the agility, customer-centricity and operational excellence needed to thrive in dynamic markets. We work shoulder-to-shoulder with clients through implementation and help them deliver targeted results by accelerating momentum, locking down value and de-risking both decisions and actions. Our services include: Enterprise Wide Strategy - Helping organisations shape their futures by aligning organisation-wide business strategies and operational models Growth Strategy - Helping organisations to design and implement growth strategies Deal Strategy - Advising companies on strategic investment & divestment Integration & Separation - Helping clients with strategic, operational and financial M&A advice pre, during and post transactions Operating Strategy & Cost - Helping clients to identify, quantify, prioritise and deliver the changes required to align their operating model to their financial targets and strategic objectives, delivering rapid improvement in performance and value Digital Strategy - Helping clients enhance the experience of their customers, operational productivity and collaboration by leveraging the latest digital technologies In all of our work, we focus on five common elements: A robust, informed fact base on company operations and the market environment Rigorous quantitative assessment and decision support An independent perspective and challenge to management decision making A focus on execution in planning for delivery to realise value Pragmatic and innovative solutions We are currently seeking new Associate and Senior Associate team members who share our purpose of inspiring confidence and empowering change for our clients, our people and our communities, and to share in our vision of “developing and empowering our people to provide innovative solutions in the delivery of projects and services that make a real difference to Australia's future prosperity”. Your new role Your team Join a pivotal team, with a strong and supported growth agenda Work with smart, dedicated and grounded people, who want to make an impact and have fun Join a diverse and collaborative team, who enjoy spending time together in and out of the office Be part of an ambitious organisation which invests heavily in innovation and growth Work seamlessly and efficiently across borders with colleagues from around the globe Your work Do work that matters to our clients and to you, working across sectors and strategy disciplines that you are passionate about Work directly with clients, often on-site, and take day to day responsibility for smaller projects and manage elements of larger engagements Analyse complex data to derive insights and recommendations Build strong and trusted relationships with client counterparts Handle ambiguity and changing client demands effectively Demonstrate high levels of drive, ambition and the ability to work at high levels of intensity Contribute to the design and implementation of practice development initiatives, coordinating with other members of the team You bring to the role Experience working for a recognised consulting firm, or central strategy/corporate development team Exceptional analytical and quantitative problem solving skills Strong numerical capabilities combined with sound commercial acumen Structured thinking skills combined with creativity Ability to review and assess large volumes of technical data and distil the key strategic insights Ability to adapt to a constantly changing and rapidly growing business environment Ability to work effectively with people at all levels across an organisation 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 and environmental issues; and use our unique skills and expertise to help create positive and lasting impacts for our communities. 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.

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VIC > Melbourne

Senior Associate, KPMG Strategy

KPMG

Join a growing Strategy team to help clients solve their most complex problems and make clear strategic choices that set them up to execute with confidence and deliver results Architect connected strategies that are grounded in rigorous analysis, actionable insight, stakeholder perspectives and industry experience by leveraging KPMG's deep and multi-disciplinary expertise (e.g. customer research, data and analytics, digital design, artificial intelligence, supply chain, innovation) Continue building your career through extensive professional development and career-building opportunities, with the support of senior leadership and embracing our 'learning mindset' culture Thrive within a flexible and agile work environment that supports a healthy life-work balance About us 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. KPMG Strategy, a global network of strategy professionals, helps organisations and executive teams change, grow, adapt, shape and respond to disruptive forces. We support organisations in defining their ambition and developing innovative strategies that embed the agility, customer-centricity and operational excellence needed to thrive in dynamic markets. We work shoulder-to-shoulder with clients through implementation and help them deliver targeted results by accelerating momentum, locking down value and de-risking both decisions and actions. Our services include: Enterprise Wide Strategy - Helping organisations shape their futures by aligning organisation-wide business strategies and operational models Growth Strategy - Helping organisations to design and implement growth strategies Deal Strategy - Advising companies on strategic investment & divestment Integration & Separation - Helping clients with strategic, operational and financial M&A advice pre, during and post transactions Operating Strategy & Cost - Helping clients to identify, quantify, prioritise and deliver the changes required to align their operating model to their financial targets and strategic objectives, delivering rapid improvement in performance and value Digital Strategy - Helping clients enhance the experience of their customers, operational productivity and collaboration by leveraging the latest digital technologies In all of our work, we focus on five common elements: A robust, informed fact base on company operations and the market environment Rigorous quantitative assessment and decision support An independent perspective and challenge to management decision making A focus on execution in planning for delivery to realise value Pragmatic and innovative solutions We are currently seeking new Associate and Senior Associate team members who share our purpose of inspiring confidence and empowering change for our clients, our people and our communities, and to share in our vision of “developing and empowering our people to provide innovative solutions in the delivery of projects and services that make a real difference to Australia's future prosperity”. Your new role Your team Join a pivotal team, with a strong and supported growth agenda Work with smart, dedicated and grounded people, who want to make an impact and have fun Join a diverse and collaborative team, who enjoy spending time together in and out of the office Be part of an ambitious organisation which invests heavily in innovation and growth Work seamlessly and efficiently across borders with colleagues from around the globe Your work Do work that matters to our clients and to you, working across sectors and strategy disciplines that you are passionate about Work directly with clients, often on-site, and take day to day responsibility for smaller projects and manage elements of larger engagements Analyse complex data to derive insights and recommendations Build strong and trusted relationships with client counterparts Handle ambiguity and changing client demands effectively Demonstrate high levels of drive, ambition and the ability to work at high levels of intensity Contribute to the design and implementation of practice development initiatives, coordinating with other members of the team You bring to the role Experience working for a recognised consulting firm, or central strategy/corporate development team Exceptional analytical and quantitative problem solving skills Strong numerical capabilities combined with sound commercial acumen Structured thinking skills combined with creativity Ability to review and assess large volumes of technical data and distil the key strategic insights Ability to adapt to a constantly changing and rapidly growing business environment Ability to work effectively with people at all levels across an organisation 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 and environmental issues; and use our unique skills and expertise to help create positive and lasting impacts for our communities. 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.

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VIC > Melbourne

Residential Support Worker - Moorabbin

Claro Aged Care and Disability Services

Moorabbin Residential Site requires DSW to fulfill 20 hours a week Personal Care, manual Handling , mealtime management, general household cleaning skills a must. Shifts range from day shift to evenings and non active sleepover and weekends. A career in care and support The demand for quality residential care is rapidly growing, and our teams are growing to meet it! We're now seeking a Residential Support Worker role in Moorabbin to join our experienced and down to earth team. Each day will look a little different, but your key responsibilities will likely include: · Providing support in everyday daily activities around the facility · Providing support with hygiene and personal care · Assistance, support, and chaperoning activities outside the residential environment which may include transportation of your client · Assisting with medication compliance which may include the dispensation of prescription medication · Meal assistance which may include meal preparation 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're looking for caring, people focused individuals who will brighten our client's days and make a positive impact on their lives. To do well in this role, you will/may have: · Availability for day time and evening shifts, including sleepover shifts · Experience with manual handling and providing personal care · Certificate III (or higher) in Disability Care, Home & Community Care, Aged Care or Individual Support or similar Our commitment to you People lie at the heart of everything we do, our teams are no different. We have a fantastic team culture and strongly believe in rewarding and empowering our people to do what they do best! What we offer: · Money in your pocket to “Light Up” your clients day - be it a coffee, a crossword puzzle or a daffodil, · Employee referral bonus to the value of $300 · Investment in your ongoing learning and development through an internal training platform · Celebrating you ! Long service thank you gifts for those who have been with us for 5, 10, 15 and 20+ years 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. Your choice 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 Claro prides itself on being an equal opportunity employer. We encourage applications from all backgrounds, ages and gender as well as people who identify as First Peoples, LGBTIQ+ and people with a disability. If you would like your profile to be discovered by our team of recruiters for future roles, we would love you to join our Talent Community .

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NSW > Riverina & Murray

Support Worker - Junee

Claro Aged Care and Disability Services

Join a team of highly experienced and passionate professionals Continue to learn with fantastic development opportunities available Enjoy flexibility with a variety of shifts and hours, balance work & home 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 a Support Worker to join our experienced and down-to-earth team in Junee/Wagga. Each day will look a little different, but your key responsibilities will likely include: Providing support in everyday daily activities around the home, like cleaning, gardening and assistance with daily activities Providing support with hygiene and personal care including complex care- bowel care & catheter care Assistance, support, and chaperoning activities outside the home environment which may include transportation of your client Assisting with medication compliance which may include the dispensation of prescription medication The successful person will be available for 2 hour shifts between the hours of 7.30am and 10pm on a 4 week rotating roster. 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're looking for caring, people focused individuals who will brighten our client's days and make a positive impact on their lives. To do well in this role, you will/may have: A current drivers license and own reliable car Excellent communication skills and ability to engage with others Experienced in providing support to a person with a disability Comfortable working in a private pet friendly family home 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 Claro prides itself on being an equal opportunity employer. We encourage applications from all backgrounds, ages and gender as well as people who identify as First Peoples, LGBTIQ+ and people with a disability. If you would like your profile to be discovered by our team of recruiters for future roles, we would love you to join our Talent Community .

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... our teams are growing to meet it! We're now seeking a Support Worker to join our experienced and down-to-earth team in Junee/Wagga. Each day will look a little different, but your key responsibilities will likely include ...
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VIC > Melbourne

Senior Electrical Design Drafter - Energy

AECOM

Australia - Victoria, Melbourne Job Summary AECOM's Energy Team has an opportunity for a Senior Electrical Design Drafter in Melbourne. As part of this role, you will assist with providing drafting design input and technical support in the production of engineering drawings and documentation for small to large scale projects. You will actively participate in, and contribute to, all technical aspects of small to major energy projects. Your primary responsibilities will include: Manage drafting outputs to ensure on time delivery. Drafting verification. Produce single line diagrams, secondary schematics, connection schedules. Quotation analysis. Review best practice to ensure efficiency. Mentor/support drafting team. Minimum Requirements Diploma or equivalent in Electrical Engineering or>10-15 years relevant experience in electrical environments. HV design drafting experience preferred, 500kV, 220kV & 66kV. Strong technical expertise with experience in designing protection and control circuits. AusNet Services experience advantageous. Demonstrated experience in managing complex projects and meeting delivery requirements. Strong oral and written communication skills. Demonstrated time management and organisational skills. A strong sense of commitment, a willingness to learn and a desire to work in a dynamic, deadline driven team environment. Timeliness and accuracy of completing tasks. AutoCAD software experience required Preferred Qualifications Capability in computer design packages AutoCAD & Revit. Benefits at AECOM 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; 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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WA > Perth

Project Manager - Marine Structures

AECOM

Australia - Western Australia, Perth Job Summary The Role As a result of a significant project pipeline, AECOM's Ports and Marine Group in Perth is looking to grow our team. Working with a large and highly experienced Marine Structures Team, you will support a range of Maritime related infrastructure projects for a broad range of clients on local, regional and inter-state projects. Working with a team of specialists, this role will give you the opportunity to further develop your Project Management skills. You will work with a number of internal and external Clients and will be involved in key stakeholder engagement processes, contributing to the growth of our business. This role is ideal for individuals who enjoy working in a multi-disciplinary environment, with engineers, drafters and designers at varying levels of experience. We are looking for an experienced Project Managers to contribute to the successful delivery of world-class projects. Minimum Requirements About You Strong Project Management experience with Maritime Infrastructure Projects (design and/or construction) Experience working for an engineering design consultancy Exposure to or knowledge in the following is desirable: Marine Structures Marine Structures Refurbishment Port Operations Geotechnical aspects of Maritime Projects Coastal Engineering Proficient in the use of SpaceGass analysis software or Strand 7 Local WA experience - preferred Preferred Qualifications Preferred Qualifications Bachelor of Engineering (Civil or Structural) (Required); Post Graduate qualifications in any structural and/or maritime area. 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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VIC > Melbourne

Power Systems Engineer - Energy

AECOM

Australia - Victoria, Melbourne Job Summary Our team in Melbourne have a new opportunity for an Engineer to join our busy Energy team and focus on developing and delivering grid connection services projects and support the broader Energy and AECOM 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 role of Power Systems and Network Planning engineer will involve you in hands on capabilities with respect to commonly used power system analysis tools with a particular focus on PSS/E, PSCAD, Power Factory and ETAP. As part of this opportunity, the Power Systems and Networking Planning Engineer will: Deliver concept design services and grid connection advice to clients Support the business process(es) improvement initiatives Support various pursuits and opportunities such as drafting proposal, expression of interest, cost/fee estimates etc. Minimum Requirements Graduate qualifications in Electrical and/or Power Systems Engineering; Proven relevant professional experience working in an Energy and Power Systems related role, ideally within an Engineering Design Consultancy, an OEM vendor or Utility Network Planning and connections; Basic understanding of transmission and distribution network planning including customer connection process and associated guidelines and requirements for connecting new generators and loads; Basic understanding of compliance assessment of NER s5.2 and 5.3 technical requirements; Basic understanding of Power Systems Modelling guidelines; Basic understanding of control and protection principles of high voltage substation equipment, transmission lines, generators, transformers, reactive equipment, etc. Proficient in PSS/E and Power Factory; Demonstrated experience in preparing technical design documentation; Exceptional levels of written and oral communication. Preferred Qualifications Working knowledge of PSS Sincal, and ETAP; Basic understanding of PSCAD. 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; Innovative national, regional and global projects; 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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VIC > Melbourne

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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VIC > Melbourne

Secondary Engineer - Energy & Infrastructure

AECOM

Australia - Victoria, Melbourne Job Summary AECOM is a global provider of professional technical and management support services to a broad range of markets, including transportation, facilities, construction, resources, environmental and energy. With over 56,000 employees around the world, AECOM is a leader in all the key markets that it serves. AECOM's Energy group are currently working across a number of diverse and challenging projects in transmission and distribution. This role will allow a proven Engineer to utilise their electrical engineering knowledge and grow their career in Secondary System design. The Role The key purpose of this position is to provide electrical engineering support to the delivery of transmission and distribution projects. Typical activities include; detailed design, design reviews, detailed specifications, report writing, calculations and relay configuration. More broadly, activities and expectations of the role will include, but are not restricted to the following: Undertaking a variety of roles including Design Engineer from developing, design and leading projects, alongside Senior Engineers. Opportunity for career progression in specialised technical capability. Accepting personal responsibility for the performance of assigned tasks, to be proactive and display initiative. Adaptive approach to a ranging and diverse project portfolio, with differing clients and changing environments. Working proactively as part of the broader Power team on a variety of utility network, infrastructure and rail projects including providing support to colleagues in other AECOM offices across the region and overseas. Minimum Requirements To be successful in this role you will be degree qualified in Electrical Engineering with proven experience in electrical utility network in the areas of design and engineering. Demonstrated experience working in Secondary System design within Victorian utility network highly regarded. Your ability to demonstrate commercial acumen and to develop to assist a client base, coupled with your coaching and mentoring of junior staff will be key selection criteria. Proven experience in secondary and protection detailed design; Detailed knowledge of Secondary Systems and equipment; Ability to work independently on projects in Protection and Control, while working closely with major client accounts; Prior involvement in delivery detailed design, detail scope, materials for projects and detailed knowledge of design techniques; Proven understanding of sub-transmission and distribution system protection and control Australian Standards. Preferred Qualifications Bachelor of Electrical Engineering; Proven experience in Victorian utility network, highly desirable. Benefits at AECOM 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 and job share options; 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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NSW > Tamworth and North West NSW

Disability Support Worker

Claro Aged Care and Disability Services

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 a Disability Support Worker to join our experienced and down-to=earth team in Hazelwood North, Vic. Each day will look a little different, but your key responsibilities will likely include: Providing support in everyday daily activities around the home, like cleaning, gardening and assistance with daily activities Providing support with hygiene and personal care Assistance, support, and chaperoning activities outside the home environment which may include transportation of your client Assisting with medication compliance which may include the dispensation of prescription medication Meal assistance which may include meal preparation Possible assistance with Bowel care What you'll bring We're looking for caring, people focused individuals who will brighten our client's days and make a positive impact on their lives. To do well in this role, you will/may have: Certificate III (or higher) in Disability Care, Home & Community Care, Aged Care or Individual Support Knowledge and skills gained through experience Excellent communication care essential 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! Porsche Doherty | porsche.doherty@zenitas.com.au Claro prides itself on being an equal opportunity employer. We encourage applications from all backgrounds, ages and gender as well as people who identify as First Peoples, LGBTIQ+ and people with a disability. If you would like your profile to be discovered by our team of recruiters for future roles, we would love you to join our Talent Community .

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VIC > Gippsland

Disability Support Worker

Claro Aged Care and Disability Services

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 a Disability Support Worker to join our experienced and down to earth team in Sale, Vic. Each day will look a little different, but your key responsibilities will likely include: Assistance with meal preparation, shopping, personal care and respite and household duties Manual handling including hoisting, slide sheets and wheelchair assistance Catheter care Assistance with medication Assistance with bowel care and maintenance of bowel care regime including suppository/enema What you'll bring We're looking for caring, people focused individuals who will brighten our client's days and make a positive impact on their lives. To do well in this role, you will/may have: Certificate III (or higher) in Disability Care, Home & Community Care, Aged Care or Individual Support Knowledge and skills gained through experience Excellent communication care essential 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. Apply directly or get in touch today! Porsche Doherty | 02 9006 3572 | porsche.doherty@zenitas.com.au Claro prides itself on being an equal opportunity employer. We encourage applications from all backgrounds, ages and gender as well as people who identify as First Peoples, LGBTIQ+ and people with a disability. If you would like your profile to be discovered by our team of recruiters for future roles, we would love you to join our Talent Community .

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VIC > Melbourne

Disability Support Worker

Claro Aged Care and Disability Services

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 a Disability Support Workers to join our experienced and down-to-earth team in the Doreen area. Each day will look a little different, but your key responsibilities will likely include: Assistance with morning and afternoon routines. Dressing and toileting. Meal Preparation Domestic assistance Medication administration. Shifts: 8AM-2PM, 2PM-8PM, and Sleep Over - 8PM-8AM What you'll bring We're looking for caring, people focused individuals who will brighten our client's days and make a positive impact on their lives. To do well in this role, you will/may have: Ideally have previous experience with mental health and/or ABI's Certificate III (or higher) in Disability Care, Home & Community Care, Aged Care or Individual Support Driving license and comfortable to drive client's vehicle is essential as part of the role is community access 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. 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! Claro prides itself on being an equal opportunity employer. We encourage applications from all backgrounds, ages and gender as well as people who identify as First Peoples, LGBTIQ+ and people with a disability. If you would like your profile to be discovered by our team of recruiters for future roles, we would love you to join our Talent Community .

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NSW > Sydney

Compliance Business Control Senior Analyst

Citi Australia

The Consumer Business Risk and Control function supports and oversees the Australia Consumer Business level 1 risk management processes, including: risk identification, measurement, assessment, reporting issue remediation and tracking, as well as significant event 'deep dive' review product development risk assessment and management policy implementation and adherence, including Compliance and AML related benchmarking versus best practices targeted review of potential problem areas Reporting to the Head Central MCA Monitoring, the role will: Support manager in line 1 governance, including dashboard development, senior presentations, tracking of 'Corrective Action Plans' Perform MCA Testing and ad hoc projects Perform deep dive or process reviews Participate in incident reporting in conjunction with IBC and business Assist with quarterly MCA coordination and Annual Risk Assessment process Assist manager with co-ordination of key cross-business control reviews and remediation Perform other related duties as assigned. The role will work closely and flexibly with the Head of MCA and requires effective engagement and relationship skills to influence and deliver appropriate business outcomes whilst ensuring a strict adherence to internal policy and external regulatory requirements. Assist business deliver banks operational risk framework and maintain a strong control focus across Consumer Operation functions. Ensure successful completion of assigned Manager's Control Assessment (MCA) testing, from start to finish, inclusive of wrap up activities. Apply risk and control concepts to scenarios encountered and identify any potential issues. Communicate identified issues with process owners, senior management to ensure any potential concerns are addressed in a timely and effective manner. Responsibilities: MCA Testing - Performance of testing in accordance with MCA Testing Methodology and meeting deadline imposed. Liaise with other MCA testers from other areas to ensure handed down MCA tests have been completed. Pass/Fails are communicated to relevant business(s) for Monthly Risk and MCs and quarterly MCA/Quarterly Risk Assessment submission. Track MCA test status from start to completion and escalate slippage to manager proactively Request deliverables and complete testing against the MCA program, and advise Issues/Fails to relevant process owner/manager and request corrective action details. Obtain and review evidence ensuring testing conclusions are well-documented. Accountability and Execution - Consistently operate at a high standard of quality and accuracy and within required timeframes to ensure decisions are acted upon and outcomes delivered; and demonstrate a positive can-do attitude. Ability to work as part of a team or autonomously Adapts to Change - Adapt to circumstances, information, challenges, accept new ideas and change initiatives and adapt interpersonal style accordingly to suit different people or situations Build Effective Working Relationships - Develop and use collaborative relationships to facilitate the accomplishment of business goals Innovation - Generating new or innovative solutions to business issues; trying different and novel ways to deal Qualifications: 5-8 years of control, operational risk, audit and/or project experience 10+ years financial industry experience High attention to detail and quality Strong understanding of process and controls concepts, including risk identification, monitoring frameworks and methodologies Sound background in Consumer bank products and processes Highly organized, employing project management methodologies Sound understanding of the regulatory framework surrounding consumer banking products Sound background in use of data retrieval and analytics tool (i.e. SAS) Strong understanding of operational risk concepts and control Strong understanding of financial product risk Strong Microsoft Office (Word ,Excel/PowerPoint) skills Ability to perform controls testing end to end according to product life cycle Ability to observe and under business processes to identify control gaps Strong organization and follow up skills including the ability to handle competing priorities and meet all deadlines and commitments Possess an appropriate combination of technical expertise in fields such as auditing, finance, technology, operations, or investigations Ability to flourish in a fast-paced, complex environment and willing to adapt to change Ability to give and follow instructions accurately and efficiently; proactive in asking clarifying questions to ensure work effort is directed wholly toward desired outcome Solid understanding and ability to apply risk and control concepts Ability to identify underlying cause of an issue raised Excellent working knowledge of local and global regulations/laws Ability to manage staff to ensure desired outcomes where required Education: Tertiary Education/University degree or equivalent experience Relevant professional qualifications if possible (CA, CPA, CIA etc) ------------------------------------------------- Job Family Group: Compliance and Control ------------------------------------------------- Job Family: Business Control ------------------------------------------------------ Time Type: Full time ------------------------------------------------------ Citi is an equal opportunity and affirmative action employer. Qualified applicants will receive consideration without regard to their race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, or status as a protected veteran. Citigroup Inc. and its subsidiaries ("Citi”) invite all qualified interested applicants to apply for career opportunities. If you are a person with a disability and need a reasonable accommodation to use our search tools and/or apply for a career opportunity review Accessibility at Citi . View the " EEO is the Law " poster. View the EEO is the Law Supplement . View the EEO Policy Statement . View the Pay Transparency Posting

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WA > Perth

Residential Support Worker Spearwood

Claro Aged Care and Disability Services

· Picturesque location in Spearwood · Monday - Sunday 6.30am - 3pm/7am - 2.30pm/8.30am - 11am/2.30pm - 9pm/3pm - 10.30pm · Enjoy flexibility with a variety of shifts and hours, balance work & home 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 a Disability Support Worker to join our experienced and down-to earth team in Wangaratta. Each day will look a little different, but your key responsibilities will likely include: · Personal Care - Residential · Client specific care tasks - manual handling -training provided, (hoist, showering, toileting), catheter care (beneficial) · Long shifts: 6.30am - 3pm/7am - 2.30pm/8.30am - 11am/2.30pm - 9pm/3pm - 10.30pm 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're looking for caring, people focused individuals who will brighten our client's days and make a positive impact on their lives. To do well in this role, you will/may have: · Previous experience supporting clients with high physical needs is essential · Ideally 1-2 years of experience in the disability field working as a Support Worker · Certificate III (or higher) in Disability Care, Mental Health, 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! Claro prides itself on being an equal opportunity employer. We encourage applications from all backgrounds, ages and gender as well as people who identify as First Peoples, LGBTIQ+ and people with a disability. If you would like your profile to be discovered by our team of recruiters for future roles, we would love you to join our Talent Community .

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NSW > Sydney

Professional/Senior Electrical Engineer

AECOM

Australia - New South Wales, Sydney - AU Job Summary AECOM is a global provider of professional technical and management support services to a broad range of markets, including transportation, facilities, construction, environmental and energy. With over 56,000 employees around the world, AECOM is a leader in all of the key markets that it serves. As AECOM is awarded further exciting projects across a diverse industry base a diverse opportunity presents for a Senior Electrical Engineer to join our Building Services Team within our Buildings + Places group. The role is ideal for a proven Electrical Engineer to utilise your strong technical skills and knowledge and will see you leading and running your own projects. With exposure to a range of medium and large-scale projects across the High Tech/Data Centers, Healthcare, Defence, Education, Transportation, Leisure and Commercial sectors, this role will see you working within a multi-disciplinary team of highly skilled professionals. As a Senior Electrical Engineer in the team, you will participate in project planning, design delivery, business development and mentoring of junior staff. You will be an active contributor within the Electrical Engineering team - influencing the team's success. Minimum Requirements Extensive relevant experience working on building services projects as an Electrical Engineer or Senior Electrical Engineer; Demonstrated experience in preparing technical design documentation; Understanding and working knowledge of working within an engineering consultancy environment on building services projects; Proven project experience working to Australian Standards, with exposure to State/Federal Government projects; Proficiency with industry-standard software (such as; MS Office, AutoCAD, PowerCAD, AGI32, Bluebeam); Experience working in electrical services design including lighting, general and specialist power, earthing / lightning protection, power distribution and reticulation; Experience leading and running electrical engineering components of major projects; Preferred Qualifications Bachelor of Electrical Engineering Degree; Prior experience/understanding of CAD/Revit, highly advantageous but not essential; CPEng or working towards CPEng, highly desirable. 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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NSW > Sydney

Senior / Principal Fire Safety Engineer

AECOM

Australia - New South Wales, Sydney - AU Job Summary As a fire safety engineer, you will be experienced in client relationship management, delivering projects to clients on time and on budget in an independent manner. You will have significant expertise in developing performance-based fire-engineered strategies across a wide range of bespoke buildings and infrastructure projects. Your primary focus with your career will be the technical delivery of performance-based solutions along with a commitment to support the state and wider national fire engineering team. As a fire safety engineer, you will have the following: Substantial technical experience of fire engineering from first principles and the ability to lead a large-scale fire engineering project from concept stage through to building occupation. Successful project and client management Previous experience working in a consulting environment Goal of developing your career in a global and dynamic company Provide training and support to graduate-level staff. Minimum Requirements Prior experience in Australia as a Fire Safety Engineer. A relevant engineering qualification, preferable in Fire Engineering. A record of negotiations with approval authorities on performance-based designs. A thorough understanding of the Building Code of Australia. Strong communication skills both written and verbal. Experienced in preparing Fire Engineering Briefs, Fire Engineering Reports and Fire Engineering Strategies. A strong background in the use of computer-based modelling. Excellent interpersonal skills and the ability to communicate effectively with internal and external stakeholders of the business. Interest in developing your career further within the fire safety engineering field. Preferred Qualifications To have started the process of achieving the career goals of CPEng, NER Fire Safety. 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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VIC > Melbourne

OpenRoads - Principal Highway Designer

AECOM

Australia - Victoria, Melbourne Job Summary The AECOM Digital Engineering team is a world-leading digital team which focuses on delivering Information Models via CAD, GIS, BIM, and visualisation services across an array of exciting multi-discipline infrastructure projects. You could join one of the most innovative and market-leading Digital teams in Civil Infrastructure delivering premium projects across ANZ by utilising the latest digital technologies, processes, and systems to “Invent the future”. To be successful in this role, you will have an aptitude to work closely within our Civil Linear team to author Civil and Highway designs on large and medium sized projects. This full-time role will include design and production of 3d civil information model designs to the highest standard. Minimum Requirements About you: Highly skilled in the use of OpenRoads. The ability to proactively plan, communicate and provide clarity on digital systems setup to the projects team. Additionally Concept Station, 12D, AutoCAD, Navisworks, InfraWorks, and past Inroads experience would be viewed as extremely beneficial. Experience in the interoperability of file formats of models authored in .ifc, Revit, AutoCAD and Bentley Open products. AECOM is a place where you can maximize your innovative thinking and collaborate with a diverse range of highly intelligent and talented people. It's a place where you can apply your skills to some of the world's most challenging, transformational, and iconic projects. We're an Equal Opportunity Employer and we've committed to creating a culture that embraces flexibility for all team members. We provide a diverse and inclusive work environment and offer many benefits to ensure your professional development & wellbeing. Please note that AECOM does not accept unsolicited resumes from recruiters or employment agencies. Any unsolicited resumes, including those submitted to hiring managers, are deemed to be the property of AECOM. 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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VIC > Other Regions VIC

Disability Support Worker

Claro Aged Care and Disability Services

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 a Support Worker to join our experienced and down-to-earth team in Benalla. Each day will look a little different, but your key responsibilities will likely include: Providing aid and support in common daily activities around the home Providing aid and support with hygiene and personal care and bowel care Assistance, support, and chaperoning activities outside the home environment which may include transportation of your client Assistance with meal preparation Excellent verbal and written communication skills What you'll bring To do well in this role you will have (studying towards) a Certificate III (or higher) in Disability Care, Home & Community Care, Aged Care or Individual Support and/or knowledge and skills gained through at least 1 - 2 years' experience. You will also need a full drivers license and own vehicle as this role requires providing community access for our client. 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! Claro prides itself on being an equal opportunity employer. We encourage applications from all backgrounds, ages and gender as well as people who identify as First Peoples, LGBTIQ+ and people with a disability. If you would like your profile to be discovered by our team of recruiters for future roles, we would love you to join our Talent Community .

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... and our teams are growing to meet it! We're now seeking a Support Worker to join our experienced and down-to-earth team in Benalla. Each day will look a little different, but your key responsibilities will likely include ...
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NSW > Newcastle & Hunter

Support Worker - Newcastle

Claro Aged Care and Disability Services

· Join a team of highly experienced and passionate professionals · Continue to learn with fantastic development opportunities available · Enjoy flexibility with a variety of shifts and hours, balance work & home 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 a Support Worker role to join our experienced and down-to-earth team in Newcastle. Each day will look a little different, but your key responsibilities will likely include: · Providing support in everyday daily activities around the home, like cleaning and assistance with daily activities · Providing support with hygiene and personal care · Assistance, support, and chaperoning activities outside the home environment which may include transportation of your client · Assisting with medication compliance which may include the dispensation of prescription medication · Meal assistance which may include meal preparation 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're looking for caring, people focused individuals who will brighten our client's days and make a positive impact on their lives. To do well in this role, you will/may have: · Certificate III (or higher) in Disability Care, Home & Community Care, Aged Care or Individual Support · You must be a passionate and reliable person who enjoys helping to improve the life of others · Preferably knowledge and skills gained through 1 - 2 years of experience in a similar job · Drivers Licence and you own car A career with Claro Whether you are 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 today! Claro prides itself on being an equal opportunity employer. We encourage applications from all backgrounds, ages and gender as well as people who identify as First Peoples, LGBTIQ+ and people with a disability. If you would like your profile to be discovered by our team of recruiters for future roles, we would love you to join our Talent Community .

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NSW > Sydney

Support Worker - East Hills

Claro Aged Care and Disability Services

Short morning shifts to fit around your current clients (Shifts Tues to Sun 7.30-9.30am) Training provided East Hills based client currently staying in Liverpool 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 a Disability Support Worker to join our experienced and down-to-earth team in East Hills. Each day will look a little different, but your key responsibilities will likely include: Providing aid and support in common daily activities around the home Providing aid and support with hygiene and personal care, including bowel and catheter care Assistance, support, and chaperoning activities outside the home environment which may include transportation of your client 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're looking for caring, people focused individuals who will brighten our client's days and make a positive impact on their lives. To do well in this role, you will/may have: Cert III in Individual Support - Aged or Disability or equivalent Valid National Police Check and WWCC Valid First Aid and CPR qualifications Drivers License and own vehicle 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! Claro prides itself on being an equal opportunity employer. We encourage applications from all backgrounds, ages and gender as well as people who identify as First Peoples, LGBTIQ+ and people with a disability. If you would like your profile to be discovered by our team of recruiters for future roles, we would love you to join our Talent Community .

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NSW > Sydney

Support Worker - Pyrmont

Claro Aged Care and Disability Services

Join a team of highly experienced and passionate professionals Continue to learn with fantastic development opportunities available Supplement your current roster or opportunity to pick up additional shifts working with multiple locations. 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 a Support Worker to join our experienced and down-to-earth team in Pyrmont. Each day will look a little different, but your key responsibilities will likely include: Providing support in everyday daily activities around the home, like cleaning, gardening and assistance with daily activities Providing support with hygiene and personal care Assisting with medication compliance which may include the dispensation of prescription medication Meal assistance which may include meal preparation AM shifts are from 7.00am to 9.30am Monday to Saturday PM shifts are available from 5.30pm to 730pm Mon/Tues/Wed/Thurs/Sat 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're looking for caring, people focused individuals who will brighten our client's days and make a positive impact on their lives. To do well in this role, you will/may have: Experience in support a person with Bowel Care Confident in using a hoist to support with transfers Support others to live an independent life they choose Must have a DL and car 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 Claro prides itself on being an equal opportunity employer. We encourage applications from all backgrounds, ages and gender as well as people who identify as First Peoples, LGBTIQ+ and people with a disability. If you would like your profile to be discovered by our team of recruiters for future roles, we would love you to join our Talent Community .

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NSW > Newcastle & Hunter

Service Delivery Manager - Newcastle

Claro Aged Care and Disability Services

A carer 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 motivated person to join our experienced and down-to earth team in Newcastle. The Service Delivery Manager is responsible for all aspects of staff management and leadership to coach and build a high performing team to achieve business outcomes with a focus on quality for our clients. Reporting into Senior Management you will also look for ways to improve efficiencies in our processes and work output as well as strategize and support for future growth. Some of the key responsibilities will include: Lead, coach and support a high performing team of leaders Investigate and successfully resolve disputes or complaints in a timely manner Adhere and support our business strategy by developing strong collaboration between the various internal teams Manage operational budgets and expenditure 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 As an experienced Regional or Area Manager, you will have demonstrated experience and skills in people leadership and commercial acumen and have strong sector knowledge of the Disability or Aged Care industry, specifically in the Community. We are looking for someone with knowledge of the changing environment in the health sector, including funding, supplier market and emerging trends in service delivery. Our ideal candidate will have strong people management and team leadership skills, demonstrated experience in holistic customer care needs and excellent ability to thrive in an agile environment. You will also have strong commercial acumen and stakeholder engagement skills. Strong networks within Aged Care and Disability services and funding bodies will help you hit the ground running in this role. Our commitment to you People lie at the heart of everything we do, our teams are no different. We have a fantastic team culture and strongly believe in rewarding and empowering our people to do what they do best! What we offer: · Money in your pocket to “Light Up” your clients day - be it a coffee, a crossword puzzle or a daffodil, · Employee referral bonus to the value of $300 · Investment in your ongoing learning and development through an internal training platform · Celebrating you ! Long service thank you gifts for those who have been with us for 5, 10, 15 and 20+ years Your choice 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 Claro prides itself on being an equal opportunity employer. We encourage applications from all backgrounds, ages and gender as well as people who identify as First Peoples, LGBTIQ+ and people with a disability. If you would like your profile to be discovered by our team of recruiters for future roles, we would love you to join our Talent Community .

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NSW > Sydney

Associate Director, Operational Risk Strategy & Innovation

Macquarie Group

Join us as the Associate Director, Strategy & Transformation - Operational Risk Management for Macquarie's Banking & Financial Services Group . Reporting to the Head of Operational Risk for our Banking and Financial Services Group your role will be to deliver to our strategic priorities and drive transformation across key areas of our business. Our purpose is about enriching the lives of our people and our clients and supporting them to achieve their full potential - whether that's buying a home to raise a family in, growing a business or investing to manage wealth to pass down to future generations. Or for our people; growing their career here at Macquarie, working flexibly to achieve personal aspirations alongside professional ones or contributing to the communities in which we operate. This role represents a unique opportunity for a highly talented individual to join one of Australia's leading organisations, and will appeal to someone who has demonstrated: A strategic mindset paired with a strong bias to action An ability to apply and scale processes that drive innovation Knowledge, skills and capabilities to leverage data and technology to provide risk insights; and A practical understanding of the implementation of risk and control frameworks to manage non-financial risks in a highly regulated environment The initial priorities for this role will be to: To drive disciplined, rigorous assurance that is data led To embed risk management roles and responsibilities across different Line 1 teams, and To build and scale analytics that lead to actionable risk insights and proactive risk management To be successful in this role, you will likely have significant Technology, Data Analytics and/or Operational Risk Management expertise. If you are seeking a new opportunity to build your career through partnering with our dynamic and diverse team, apply now. About Banking and Financial Services Banking and Financial Services is Macquarie's retail banking and financial services business, providing a diverse range of personal banking, wealth management, business banking and vehicle finance products and services to retail clients, advisers, brokers and business clients. Our commitment to Diversity and Inclusion The diversity of our people is one of our greatest strengths, and in combination with our inclusive environment, it enables us to deliver innovative and sustainable outcomes for our people, clients, shareholders and communities. From day one, you'll be encouraged to be yourself and supported to perform at your best. If our purpose of 'empowering people to innovate and invest for a better future' is as inspiring to you as it is to us, please apply. With the right technology, support and resources, our people can work in a range of flexible ways. We are committed to providing a working environment that embraces and values diversity and inclusion. We encourage candidates to speak with a member of our recruitment team if you require adjustments to our recruitment process to support you, and the type of working arrangements that would help you thrive.

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NSW > Sydney

Research, Insights & Governance Manager

Citi Australia

The Consumer Bank Research, Insights & Marketing Governance team at Citi sits within the Digital Sales & Marketing division and the role and function of this team is to manage all consumer bank insights via market research activities, requirements and knowledge - providing thoughtful strategy and direction to the consumer business via syndicated or bespoke research, insights tools and research processes, driving business growth and client obsession. The Research & Insights function represents the voice of consumers and delivers strategic and tactical consumer insights to drive business growth as well as delivering top down and bottoms up NPS Research for each business in the consumer bank, managing the brand tracking locally, regionally & globally, econometric modelling and helps to drive other research projects and management of competitive intelligence providers. The Marketing Governance function is responsible for adherence to controls frameworks across Digital Sales & Marketing - ensuring that the team abide by a robust, consistent framework that enables effective risk and control management, to manage self-identification of risks and issues, and to lead team compliance with all risk and control procedures within the consumer bank. Key Accountabilities: Research & Insights (approx. 50%) Lead: Market Research (ad hoc), Market Insights Working with business units on new Product and Marketing initiatives where market research is required. For example, customer feedback on new product or segment developments, communications evaluation at all stages of creative development. This includes qualitative and quantitative research. Use data and analytical reasoning capabilities to work closely with the business units to develop actions plans to address gaps identified from the research. This will include providing thoughtful direction and reasoning to the business on all major consumer projects and brand & comms initiatives Accommodate a range of research methods - qual/quant, UX/CX testing, creation of detailed & summary level research presentations, liaising with all research & insights partners - internal/external. Lead: Brand Health Tracking Program End-to-end management of Citi's Brand Health Tracker, which delivers insights around brand awareness, preference and brand perceptions comparatively across all major banks in Australia. Brand awareness and preference are key performance metrics for the global business and are tracked and reported regularly to Senior Management internally, regionally and globally. Manage, analyse and present advertising campaign evaluation research to optimise and maximise return on media and creative investments (through Brand and Advertising tracker for in-market campaigns, and also through ad-hoc pre-campaign evaluations at all stages of creative development cycle). Working closely with Digital Sales & Marketing / Brand Marketing / Product / Regional teams to ensure all strategy leads toward Brand Health metric improvement Lead: Vendor and budget management Responsible for budget management to track and report accruals, and adjust the forecast and plan each month - across all Research, Insights and Governance work Responsible for all Research & Insights suppliers and adherence to all Third Party Management duties Other Assist businesses and Customer Experience team to formulate customer experience action plans Assist Senior Research & Insights Manager with NPS activities Manage / build ad-hoc online community research projects as required Marketing Governance (approx. 40%) Support : Local controls framework, including: Partnering with Operational Risk and Controls team to ensure audit readiness at all times Transparency and embedding a “no surprises” culture within the team E.G - creating a repository of information relating to controls so that we optimise the end user experience Adherence to all local controls requirements and procedures including monthly, quarterly and annual monitoring and testing of key controls. Oversight of ad hoc business incident management, including corrective action plan development and execution. Support: Regional controls & governance framework, including: Ensuring audit readiness at all times Mapping of key processes / procedures Ensuring appropriate rigor is placed on all system entitlements - internal and external Third Party (vendor) Management oversight Building a change management flow for mapping / socialisation of change Adhering to the regional controls pillars - governance, risk, exposure and controls steps Proactive identification and remediation of all issues Interface between regional and local teams on all marketing process enhancements / standardisation of procedures EG - regional creative approval process EG - lead on all regular regional discussions relating to controls General (approx. 10%) Reporting & Administration Prepare reporting as required Deep integration with workflow tools - Confluence, JIRA, Workfront Administration as required Relationship Management Build and maintain strong relationships with partners and agencies Build strong internal stakeholder relationships, identifying opportunities for collaboration Key Capabilities: A solid understanding of research statistics, methodologies and principles. Ability to identify and understand issues, problems and opportunities relating to consumer behavior and develop appropriate solutions Experience working within a strategy/insights/marketing role, with high attention to detail Advanced knowledge of MS Office, in particular Microsoft PowerPoint and Excel Strong communication and presentation skills - will be required to present to all levels of management Team player who can function well in a fast paced and fluid corporate environment Ability to work both within a team and independently Experience with adherence to controls within a large multi-tiered organisation End-to-end project management including planning, execution and reporting Ability to juggle competing priorities Qualifications and Experience: Tertiary qualifications in business / marketing / research or equivalent 5+ years' experience in marketing / strategy / research environments within large organisations Banking / Financial Services experience is required ------------------------------------------------- Job Family Group: Marketing ------------------------------------------------- Job Family: Market Research ------------------------------------------------------ Time Type: ------------------------------------------------------ Citi is an equal opportunity and affirmative action employer. Qualified applicants will receive consideration without regard to their race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, or status as a protected veteran. Citigroup Inc. and its subsidiaries ("Citi”) invite all qualified interested applicants to apply for career opportunities. If you are a person with a disability and need a reasonable accommodation to use our search tools and/or apply for a career opportunity review Accessibility at Citi . View the " EEO is the Law " poster. View the EEO is the Law Supplement . View the EEO Policy Statement . View the Pay Transparency Posting

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VIC > Melbourne

Materials Engineer

AECOM

Australia - Queensland, Fortitude Valley Job Summary Our Ground Engineering and Tunnelling Team has a permanent opportunity for a director-level Geotechnical Engineer to join our business in Brisbane. This role provides an exciting opportunity for an experienced professional to provide geotechnical support and leadership across a broad range of complex geotechnical projects, within Queensland and across Australia. As part of this role, you will provide direct technical inputs on projects across a broad range of engineering areas, namely general earthworks and pavements, foundations to structures, maritime piling, dredging and slope stabilisation and transport structures including bridges and embankments. You will work collaboratively with our leadership team across the Civil Infrastructure group, thereby raising your profile working in an international consultancy. As a highly experienced practitioner in the local market, you will play an active role in winning and delivering projects, as well as mentoring our growing team. Working within a global, multi-disciplinary organisation, this opportunity will see you assisting with the continued growth of our offering across the region, both in Australia and internationally. Minimum Requirements This role presents a career opportunity for a highly technical practitioner with proven experience working in design consultancy. Using your 20+ years' industry experience, you will be confident in leading and running geotechnical engineering components of complex, major projects and providing technical and strategic direction in their delivery. Your demonstrated experience in delivering above expected outcomes and strong technical capability will enable you to lead geotechnical design teams and design programs from options-analysis through to detailed design. Along with your technical capability, you will be a passionate mentor and leader - Guiding our growing team of less experienced engineers to provide high quality outputs and excellent client service, maintaining the key pillars of our team culture. Preferred Qualifications Bachelor's degree in Civil Engineering (or equivalent); CPEng / RPEQ (Essential.) 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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NSW > Sydney

Operations Support Lead

AECOM

Australia - New South Wales, Sydney - AU Job Summary The Role In this challenging yet rewarding role, you will work closely with the Regional Operations Director - NSW & ACT to assist with the successful day to day administration, coordination of communication and reporting requirements for our Sydney, Newcastle and Canberra offices. This facilitation will require you to develop a comprehensive understanding of what is important to the business and its approach to risk management. The primary function of the role is to help drive operational efficiency across the region. A sense of fun, ability to be calm under pressure and capability in juggling conflicting priorities are a must. Some of your key responsibilities will include: Assist the Regional Operations Director to achieve excellence in Project Delivery, Risk Management, Business Performance and Communications Draft and deploy internal and external communications on behalf of the Regional Operations Director Proactively manage approval workflows relating to pre-contracts and project delivery activities Act as a liaison between the regional offices and the rest of the ANZ regions in relation to operations support activities and initiatives Coordinate and participate in the Regional Operations team meeting & complete actions as required Coordinate and manage calendar, travel and expense requirements Coordinate meetings, internal and external - Face to Face or via Microsoft Teams Prepare briefing agendas and PowerPoint presentations Weekly and monthly reporting as required Champion and administer project delivery systems and tools Provide leadership and coordination of the administration teams across the region including performance management and career development support. Minimum Requirements This is a varied and busy role which would suit someone who is proactive and enjoys working within a collaborative environment. Your ability to foster and develop relationships across all levels within business will be critical to your success. You will ideally have strong experience in an administration role, preferably in a professional services or corporate environment Excellent knowledge of Microsoft office suites Ability to prioritise tasks and agility and flexibility to adapt to change and problem solve You will have a professional attitude and high level of attention to detail Highly motivated, enthusiastic and the ability to use initiative - eager to learn and take on new tasks Ability to work independently with minimal supervision Experience in people management of a diverse team. Preferred Qualifications Bachelor's degree in communications, Journalism, Marketing and/or Business Administration would be preferred. 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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WA > Perth

Support Worker - Willagee

Claro Aged Care and Disability Services

· Willagee location · Join a team of highly experienced and passionate professionals · Enjoy flexibility with a variety of shifts and hours, balance work & home 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 a Mental Health Support Worker to join our experienced and down to earth team in Willagee, WA. Each day will look a little different, but your key responsibilities will likely include: · Providing support in everyday daily activities around the home, like cleaning, gardening and assistance with daily activities · Providing support with hygiene and personal care · Assistance, support, and chaperoning activities outside the home environment which may include transportation of your client · Assisting with medication compliance which may include the dispensation of prescription medication · Meal assistance which may include meal preparation 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're looking for motivating , caring and people focused individuals who will brighten our client's days and make a positive impact on their lives. To do well in this role, you will/may have: · 12 months or more experience working in Mental Health clients · Flexible to work varied days and times · Must own car with comprehensive insurance Our commitment to you People lie at the heart of everything we do, our teams are no different. We have a fantastic team culture and strongly believe in rewarding and empowering our people to do what they do best! What we offer: · Money in your pocket to “Light Up” your clients day - be it a coffee, a crossword puzzle or a daffodil, · Employee referral bonus to the value of $300 · Investment in your ongoing learning and development through an internal training platform · Celebrating you! Long service thank you gifts for those who have been with us for 5, 10, 15 and 20+ years 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. Your choice 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 Claro prides itself on being an equal opportunity employer. We encourage applications from all backgrounds, ages and gender as well as people who identify as First Peoples, LGBTIQ+ and people with a disability. If you would like your profile to be discovered by our team of recruiters for future roles, we would love you to join our Talent Community .

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... are growing to meet it! We're now seeking a Mental Health Support Worker to join our experienced and down to earth team in Willagee, WA. Each day will look a little different, but your key responsibilities will likely ...
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NSW > Newcastle & Hunter

Support Worker - Newcastle - Redhead

Claro Aged Care and Disability Services

Join a team of highly experienced and passionate professionals Continue to learn with fantastic development opportunities available Enjoy flexibility with a variety of shifts and hours, balance work & home 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 a Support Worker role to join our experienced and down-to-earth team in Newcastle - Redhead. Each day will look a little different, but your key responsibilities will likely include: Providing support in everyday daily activities around the home, like cleaning and assistance with daily activities Providing support with hygiene and personal care Assistance, support, and chaperoning activities outside the home environment which may include transportation of your client Assisting with medication compliance which may include the dispensation of prescription medication Meal assistance which may include meal preparation 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're looking for caring, people focused individuals who will brighten our client's days and make a positive impact on their lives. To do well in this role, you will/may have: Certificate III (or higher) in Disability Care, Home & Community Care, Aged Care or Individual Support You must be a passionate and reliable person who enjoys helping to improve the life of others Preferably knowledge and skills gained through 1 - 2 years of experience in a similar job You will be required to have your drivers licence and own reliable vehicle A career with Claro Whether you are 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 today! Claro prides itself on being an equal opportunity employer. We encourage applications from all backgrounds, ages and gender as well as people who identify as First Peoples, LGBTIQ+ and people with a disability. If you would like your profile to be discovered by our team of recruiters for future roles, we would love you to join our Talent Community .

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... are growing to meet it! We're now seeking a Support Worker role to join our experienced and down-to-earth team in Newcastle - Redhead. Each day will look a little different, but your key responsibilities will likely ...
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NSW > NSW North Coast

Support Worker - Kempsey

Claro Aged Care and Disability Services

· Join a team of highly experienced and passionate professionals · Continue to learn with fantastic development opportunities available · Enjoy flexibility with a variety of shifts and hours, balance work & home 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 a Support Worker role to join our experienced and down-to-earth team in Kempsey. Each day will look a little different, but your key responsibilities will likely include: · Providing support in everyday daily activities around the home, like cleaning and assistance with daily activities · Providing support with hygiene and personal care · Assistance, support, and chaperoning activities outside the home environment which may include transportation of your client · Assisting with medication compliance which may include the dispensation of prescription medication · Meal assistance which may include meal preparation 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're looking for caring, people focused individuals who will brighten our client's days and make a positive impact on their lives. To do well in this role, you will/may have: · Certificate III (or higher) in Disability Care, Home & Community Care, Aged Care or Individual Support · You must be a passionate and reliable person who enjoys helping to improve the life of others · Preferably knowledge and skills gained through 1 - 2 years of experience in a similar job A career with Claro Whether you are 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 today! Claro prides itself on being an equal opportunity employer. We encourage applications from all backgrounds, ages and gender as well as people who identify as First Peoples, LGBTIQ+ and people with a disability. If you would like your profile to be discovered by our team of recruiters for future roles, we would love you to join our Talent Community .

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... teams are growing to meet it! We're now seeking a Support Worker role to join our experienced and down-to-earth team in Kempsey. Each day will look a little different, but your key responsibilities will likely include ...
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NSW > NSW North Coast

Support Worker - Port Macquarie

Claro Aged Care and Disability Services

· Join a team of highly experienced and passionate professionals · Continue to learn with fantastic development opportunities available · Enjoy flexibility with a variety of shifts and hours, balance work & home 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 a Support Worker role to join our experienced and down-to-earth team in Port Macquarie. Each day will look a little different, but your key responsibilities will likely include: · Providing support in everyday daily activities around the home, like cleaning and assistance with daily activities · Providing support with hygiene and personal care · Assistance, support, and chaperoning activities outside the home environment which may include transportation of your client · Assisting with medication compliance which may include the dispensation of prescription medication · Meal assistance which may include meal preparation 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're looking for caring, people focused individuals who will brighten our client's days and make a positive impact on their lives. To do well in this role, you will/may have: · Certificate III (or higher) in Disability Care, Home & Community Care, Aged Care or Individual Support · You must be a passionate and reliable person who enjoys helping to improve the life of others · Preferably knowledge and skills gained through 1 - 2 years of experience in a similar job A career with Claro Whether you are 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 today! Claro prides itself on being an equal opportunity employer. We encourage applications from all backgrounds, ages and gender as well as people who identify as First Peoples, LGBTIQ+ and people with a disability. If you would like your profile to be discovered by our team of recruiters for future roles, we would love you to join our Talent Community .

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... are growing to meet it! We're now seeking a Support Worker role to join our experienced and down-to-earth team in Port Macquarie. Each day will look a little different, but your key responsibilities will likely include ...
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NSW > Sydney

Residential Support Worker - Rydalmere

Claro Aged Care and Disability Services

AM, PM and Sleepover Shifts Opportunity to Pick Up Extra Hours Residential Care The demand for quality in-home and community care is rapidly growing, and our teams are growing to meet it! We're now seeking a Residential Support Worker to join our experienced and down-to earth team in Rydalmere. Each day will look a little different, but your key responsibilities will likely include: Providing aid and support in common daily activities around the home Providing aid and support with hygiene and personal care Assisting with medication compliance which may include the dispensation of prescription medication Meal assistance which may include meal preparation 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're looking for caring, people focused individuals who will brighten our client's days and make a positive impact on their lives. To do well in this role, you will/may have: A certificate III (or higher) in Disability Care, Home & Community Care, Aged Care or Individual Support Knowledge and/or experience in Support Work or similar environment National police check Employee working with children check Current first aid and CPR certificates Full Driver's Licence and access to your own registered car with comprehensive insurance Experience in personal and complex care would be highly desirable 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 Claro prides itself on being an equal opportunity employer. We encourage applications from all backgrounds, ages and gender as well as people who identify as First Peoples, LGBTIQ+ and people with a disability. If you would like your profile to be discovered by our team of recruiters for future roles, we would love you to join our Talent Community .

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... are growing to meet it! We're now seeking a Residential Support Worker to join our experienced and down-to earth team in Rydalmere. Each day will look a little different, but your key responsibilities will likely include ...
5 days ago Details and apply
5 days ago Details and Apply