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Lifestyle Coordinator

Estia Health

Estia Health Kensington Gardens, featuring grand classic décor, has been lovingly renovated in the style of the original 'Gentleman's Bungalow'. Located opposite Kensington Garden Reserve within Adelaide's leafy eastern suburbs, the residence offers ample opportunity for forming new friendships through its personalised lifestyle program. The double-storey home, which places a high emphasis on quality care and individual attention, is situated among expansive and peaceful landscaped gardens. About the role Estia Health Kensington Gardens are looking for a Lifestyle Coordinator to join the team on a full time basis working across Monday to Friday (9:30am-4:30pm). You will bring your vibrant, spontaneous and proactive approach to positively contribute to our residents. Build genuine relationships with the residents and their families to create tailored lifestyle programs that address their likes and needs Create exciting programs that reach social, emotional and spiritual fulfillment Coordinate group activities inside and outside of the home Set lifestyle goals for the residents and implement programs to help them achieve it Work closely with the wider support team in the home to meet resident's needs What we will do for you At Estia Health, our people are the heart of our organisation, we love to see our team develop their careers with us: Enhance your coaching and mentoring skills by leading Lifestyle Assistants and Volunteers Regular development sessions to keep you informed on processes and activity ideas Attractive remuneration package with workplace banking, novated leases and EAP services Join one of Australia's leading aged care providers in one of the fastest growing industries Work in your local community and make a difference to the lives of our residents Annual Flu Shot provided About you We are looking for optimistic and energetic individuals with the spice for life! Along with your passionate and caring nature, you will have: Certificate IV in Lifestyle (or similar qualification) Experience in lifestyle programs Ability to lead and direct a small team and work within a large team framework Understanding of accreditation standards Effective written and verbal communication skills Empathy and resident focused approach A positive, energetic and professional approach to work Hospitality experience (highly regarded) Experience in a Lifestyle Coordinator role in Aged Care will be highly regarded Join us! If you would like to know more, please email us at kensingtongardens@estiahealth.com.au. If this sounds like the role for you, click on APPLY NOW! To find out more about Estia Health and the wonderful work we do, please visit and follow our LinkedIn page at https://www.linkedin.com/company/estia-healthPart Time role working across Monday to Friday - enjoy your weekends!, Regular development sessions to brainstorm activity ideas, Beautifully refurbished home with modern utilities

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... Located opposite Kensington Garden Reserve within Adelaide's leafy eastern suburbs, the residence offers ... to help them achieve it Work closely with the wider support team in the home to meet resident's needs ...
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SA > Adelaide

Head Chef

Estia Health

Combining stylish living with a home-like charm, Estia Health Salisbury offers the very best in individualised care and wellbeing. The single-level home is situated close to transport, Parabanks Shopping Centre, specialty shops and Lyell McEwan Hospital. About the role Our Estia Health Salisbury facility has opened up an exciting opportunity for a Head Chef, working on a full-time basis, working across Monday to Friday 9am-5pm. In the setting of a 75-bed residential health care commercial kitchen, the role involves: Creating a positive dining experience for our residents Showcase your culinary passion as you explore flavours and recipes for our residents Create exciting and varied meals Help lead our energetic and supportive kitchen team Liaise with stakeholders on kitchen management What we will do for you At Estia Health, our people are the heart of our organisation, we love to see our team develop their careers with us. Join one of Australia's leading aged care providers in one of the fastest growing industries Lead a team, develop your coaching skills Enjoy working a full time role without weekend hours! Work in your local community and make a difference to the lives of our residents Opportunity to work across a wide network and learn or mentor others in your peer group Develop and expand your own skill set with regular development opportunities to showcase your flair in the kitchen Estia offers a range of benefits including attractive remuneration packages with workplace banking, novated leases and EAP services About you You will bring your agility and hands-on experience and you will have: Strong leadership skills where you have successfully coached and developed a team Minimum Cert III in Commercial Cookery, ideally Cert IV in Commercial Cookery Experience across a broad range of cuisines, ideally with a la carte or Someone who enjoys contributing to process improvement, develops others, and fosters a positive working environment banqueting experience Excellent documentation practice and experience in menu planning Ability to manage textured and modified diets according to dietitian and clinical requirements Join us! If you would like to know more, please emailing us at salisbury@estiahealth.com.au. If this sounds like the role for you, click on APPLY NOW! To find out more about Estia Health and the wonderful work we do, please visit and follow our LinkedIn page at https://www.linkedin.com/company/estia-health/Enjoy working a full time role without weekend hours!, 75-bed residential health care commercial kitchen, Attractive remuneration package

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... care and wellbeing. The single-level home is situated close to transport, Parabanks Shopping ... NOW! To find out more about Estia Health and the wonderful work we do, please visit and follow our LinkedIn page at ...
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SA > Adelaide

HR Manager

PepsiCo - ANZ

Work for a global company with some of the world's most trusted and iconic brands. Be part of an exciting business where employees are recognised and career growth is nurtured. PepsiCo Australia & New Zealand is home to some of the world's most trusted brands such as Smith's Chips, Red Rock Deli, Sakata Rice Crackers, Pepsi Max and Gatorade! We are a progressive and people-focused business, and believe our diverse workforce is the key to our success. Because we value our employees and their families, we offer an agile and flexible working environment with an emphasis on work life balance and health, as well as plenty of learning opportunities and room to grow your career. We currently have an exciting opportunity to join our Australia New Zealand (ANZ) HR Team as an HR Manager . Reporting to our Senior HR Business Partner in Supply Chain, here is your opportunity to have end to end accountability for the Regency Park Manufacturing Plant. Additional to HR generalist support you will be advisory on relevant Acts, Regulations, Awards, Industrial Agreements, legislation, policy and procedures. Partnering with the Regency Park site Leadership Team you will also be a driver of initiatives such as Diversity and First Peoples strategy and Employee Engagement. Successful candidates will also have extensive experience within Unionized environments and be able to lead and manage Enterprise Agreement negotiations. You will have the opportunity to: Be part of the site Leadership Team at Regency Park Manage all HR initiatives and HR cycles Develop and implement both short- and long-term strategies that address industrial and employee relations issues You will have: HR generalist management experience with an accomplished track record of 10+yrs Strong business partnering skills with the ability to engage at senior leadership level Demonstrated experience in an operating or manufacturing environment Tertiary qualification in HR or related discipline desirable What we can offer you: Excellent work-life balance with our flexible office environment A competitive remuneration package Career development opportunities Discounted retail and service benefits through our PepsiCo extras program Working at PepsiCo: Your positive attitude will be rewarded with excellent long term local and global career opportunities, and ongoing professional development along with a fun and rewarding working environment. You will be a key part of a dynamic team and a valuable contributor to a global company that is one of the FMCG market leaders. At PepsiCo, we recognise our people as a key part of our business and career progression within the business is encouraged and supported. We are committed to recruiting, training and retaining high quality people. Interested? Know someone who might be? This is a great opportunity to join the PepsiCo ANZ team. PEPSICO'S job application process: Submit your application via our website, including a cover letter & resume Interview and skills evaluation Online Assessment process Reference and background checks At PepsiCo, we believe what makes you unique, makes us better. We embrace equal opportunities for all employees. We believe that our people are our best asset and understand the importance of bringing different perspectives, different lenses, and different experiences to our workplace. We are committed to building and supporting an inclusive workforce that truly reflects the global communities we operate within. We encourage women, people with a disability, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander, LGBTQI+ and people from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds to apply.

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... Work for a global company with some of the world's most trusted and iconic brands. Be part of an exciting business where employees are recognised and career growth is nurtured. PepsiCo Australia & New Zealand is home ...
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SA > Adelaide

Business Banker - West Lakes

Commonwealth Bank

Contribute to our high performing Small Business Banking team at CBA Drive business development within your local business community Join CBA's journey to becoming the #1 Business Bank See yourself in our team: The CommBank Small Business Banking team have a passion for helping Australian small businesses succeed. The team seek to understand the business and personal goals of business owners and use their expertise and specialist teams to provide tailored financial solutions. Small Business Banking is a part of CBA Business Banking and provides in branch face-to-face and remote support to Small Businesses across Australia. In Small Business Banking, we cultivate strong connections with our communities and customer by Building deep connections, Having compelling proposition and Exceptional Execution. Do work that matters: We are looking for a commercial lending Business Banker to join our branch in West Lakes. Be part of a high performing branch and contribute to its success by providing exceptional service to Small Business customers through understanding their business and personal needs and assisting them with the end to end fulfilment of those needs. As Business banker you will be accountable for business development within your local business community and will support retention of client relationships by providing a premium service. More specifically, you will: Facilitate great customer conversations that help to understand their goals and needs and providing relevant and timely solutions. This will include the origination of a range of solutions for businesses including, but not limited to, commercial lending up to $250K, asset finance, merchant facilities and everyday banking solutions. Proactively engage customers to support their business and personal goals. Prepare for customer conversations with a view to providing valuable insights. You have an understanding of the home ownership solutions available to business customers. Be a brand ambassador within the local business community, building awareness of the CBA business banking proposition. This may also involve hosting small business education events that support the ongoing financial wellbeing of businesses. Regular attendance to key stakeholder meetings to help build awareness of Small Business service offering and proactively work together to build referral partnerships and deal with service pain points We want to hear from you if you have: Experience in commercial lending or B2B sales Home lending experience Sound financial analysis skills and commercial acumen Excellent interpersonal skills and stakeholder engagement/management skills Excellent customer engagement skills (both face to face and non-face to face) Experience in facilitating conversations with customers to help understand their needs, managing a pipeline of opportunities to ensure we meet customers' expectations and in facilitating proactive customer contact Passion for Small Business customers or experience in or managing a Small Business FSRA Tier 2 Accreditation Formal training to support Home lending discussions which may include Cert IV in Banking Services qualifications (preferred) Our culture At CommBank, we're committed to building a diverse and inclusive workforce reflecting the customers, businesses and communities we serve. As a value's driven organisation, we nurture and support our people; through focusing on skill and talent development, collaboration, flexibility and internal promotion. With service in mind at every touch point, we take accountability for the role we play in securing and enhancing the financial wellbeing of people, businesses and communities. At CommBank you can be you. Whether you're passionate about customer service, driven by data, or called by creativity, a career here is for you. Our people bring their diverse backgrounds and unique perspectives to build a respectful, inclusive and flexible workplace. One where we're driven by our values, and supported to share ideas, initiatives, and energy. One where making a positive impact for customers, communities and each other is part of our every day. Here, you'll thrive. You'll be supported when faced with challenges, and empowered to tackle new opportunities. We really love working here, and we think you will too. We're determined to make a real difference for Australia's first peoples. We encourage all interested applicants to apply. If you're already part of the Commonwealth Bank Group (including Bankwest), you'll need to apply through Sidekick to submit a valid application. We're keen to support you with the next step in your career.

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... from you if you have: Experience in commercial lending or B2B sales Home ... challenges, and empowered to tackle new opportunities. We really love working here, and we think you will too. We're determined ...
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SA > Adelaide

Head Chef | Kadina

Estia Health

Estia Health Kadina provides a home-like environment in a beautiful country setting, characterised by attentive and friendly staff who make this a warm, welcoming and fun place to be. Strong links to local organisations reinforce our community connections and contribute to the health and wellbeing of our residents. About the role Our Estia Health Kadina facility has opened up an exciting opportunity for a Head Chef, working on a Full-Time basis, working across Monday to Friday. In the setting of a 71-bed residential health care commercial kitchen, the role involves: Creating a positive dining experience for our residents Showcase your culinary passion as you explore flavours and recipes for our residents Create exciting and varied meals Help lead our energetic and supportive kitchen team Liaise with stakeholders on kitchen management What we will do for you At Estia Health, our people are the heart of our organisation, we love to see our team develop their careers with us. Join one of Australia's leading aged care providers in one of the fastest growing industries Lead a team, develop your coaching skills Enjoy working a full time role without weekend hours! Work in your local community and make a difference to the lives of our residents Opportunity to work across a wide network and learn or mentor others in your peer group Develop and expand your own skill set with regular development opportunities to showcase your flair in the kitchen Estia offers a range of benefits including attractive remuneration packages with workplace banking, novated leases and EAP services About you You will bring your agility and hands-on experience and you will have: Strong leadership skills where you have successfully coached and developed a team Minimum Certificate III in Commercial Cookery, ideally Certificate IV in Commercial Cookery Experience across a broad range of cuisines, ideally with a la carte or Someone who enjoys contributing to process improvement, develops others, and fosters a positive working environment banqueting experience Excellent documentation practice and experience in menu planning Ability to manage textured and modified diets according to dietitian and clinical requirements Join us! If you would like to know more, please emailing us at kadina@estiahealth.com.au. If this sounds like the role for you, click on APPLY NOW! To find out more about Estia Health and the wonderful work we do, please visit and follow our LinkedIn page at https://www.linkedin.com/company/estia-health/Full Time - working Monday to Friday, enjoy your weekends!, Regular Masterclasses and opportunity to learn from a wide peer group, Competitive salary based on experience

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Estia Health Kadina provides a home-like environment in a beautiful country setting, characterised by attentive ... - working Monday to Friday, enjoy your weekends!, Regular Masterclasses and opportunity to learn from a ...
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SA > Adelaide

Personal Care Attendant | Kadina

Estia Health

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

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... meals etc) Manual handling Following direction from the Registered Nurse/s and managers What ... To find out more about Estia Health and the wonderful work we do, please visit and follow our LinkedIn page at ...
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SA > Adelaide

Support Worker - South Western Sydney

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 Support Workers to join our experienced and down to earth team in Campbelltown, Southwest - Liverpool and Padstow. 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 Assistance with meal preparation Working collaboratively with other support staff Complex care - catheter care, bowel care and manual handling 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 and/or Knowledge and skills gained through some experience in a similar role or placement. 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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... Australians across our community and enable people to shine! From our clients to our own teams, people are at the ... enjoy flexibility that works for you. Previously known as Australian Home Care, Accommodation and ...
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SA > Adelaide

Disability Support Worker - Modbury

Claro Aged Care and Disability Services

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

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... we provide: Casual position to suit your availability and needs The ability to work close to home Ongoing training including thorough induction, short courses and Certificates in a supportive team environment ...
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SA > Adelaide

Support Worker, Southern Adelaide

Claro Aged Care and Disability Services

· Join a team of highly experienced and passionate professionals · Must have your own car and valid drivers license · 15 Hours per week, Mon- Sun 8am-8pm , opportunity to pick up extra hours 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 Southern Adelaide. Each day will look a little different, but your key responsibilities will likely include: · In home care, personal and domestic care. · Client specific care tasks - manual handling (hoist, wheelchair assistance), catheter care and bowel care · Multiple locations available : Morphett Vale, Seaford Rise, Leabrook, Seacliff 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 disability clients · Ideally 6months plus experience in the field working as a Support Worker is ideal · 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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... join our experienced and down-to earth team in Southern Adelaide. Each day will look a little different, but your ... and enjoy flexibility that works for you. Previously known as Australian Home Care, Accommodation and ...
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SA > Adelaide

Claims Service Consultant

Allianz

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

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... Motor Claims team on a full-time basis. This role has training based in our Adelaide CBD Office, then work from home for ultimate flexibility! You'll be responsible for: Managing a complex portfolio of claims in ...
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SA > Adelaide

Support Worker - Adelaide Metro

Zenitas Healthcare

· Various Locations · Multiple Roles · Monday- Friday 9am-4pm 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 Adelaide Metro. Each day will look a little different, but your key responsibilities will likely include: · Complex Personal Care · Client specific care tasks - manual handling (hoist, wheelchair assistance), catheter care and bowel care · Shifts: Monday- Friday 9am-4pm 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 Spinal Cord Injuries would be beneficial · 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

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... to join our experienced and down-to earth team in Adelaide Metro. Each day will look a little different, but ... , and enjoy flexibility that works for you. Previously known as Australian Home Care, Accommodation and Care ...
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SA > Adelaide

Cleaning Attendant

Estia Health

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

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... a Cleaner to join their team on a Casual basis, working across a range of morning, afternoon and evening shifts. As ... team by maintaining a safe, clean and home-like living environment. The role involves: Cleaning ...
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SA > Adelaide

Personal Care Attendants | Encounter Bay

Estia Health

From the manicured gardens outside to the elegant décor within, Estia Health Encounter Bay is a charming resort-style residence renowned for its genuine comfort and calm. Open and spacious living areas combine with equipped with stylish contemporary amenities to provide residents, their friends and families with comfortable places to relax, meet and enjoy companionship. About the role Estia Health Encounter Bay are looking for Personal Care Attendants to join our team on a Part Time basis, working across a range of shifts in the morning, afternoon and evening. Delivering the best possible care to our residents (ensuring wellbeing and comfort) Supporting with daily living tasks (showering, meals etc) Manual handling Following direction from the Registered Nurse/s and managers What we will do for you At Estia Health, our people are the heart of our organisation, we love to see our team develop their careers with us Monthly training offered to solidify your skillset. Regular toolbox talks to enhance your current learning Support with Nursing studies and opportunity to progress into a Registered Nurse once complete Placement opportunities for you to practice your leadership and mentoring skills Work in your local community and make a difference to the lives of our residents Annual Flu Shot provided About you Please note our Encounter Bay home is 1.5 hours drive from Adelaide You'll bring to the role your passionate and caring nature and you will have: Living locally (highly regarded) Certificate III or IV in Aged Care/Individual Support Experience in Aged Care (highly regarded) Compassion for the elderly and a can-do attitude Excellent clinical documentation skills Excellent communication skills The ability to build positive relationships with your team and residents The right to work in Australia Join us! If you would like to know more, please email us at encounterbay@estiahealth.com.au. If this sounds like the role for you, click on APPLY NOW! To find out more about Estia Health and the wonderful work we do, please visit and follow our LinkedIn page at https://www.linkedin.com/company/estia-health/Part Time - Flexibility to work around your studies and lifestyle, Monthly training and regular toolbox talks to enhance skillset, Close to shops, local beaches, cafes and onsite parking offered

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... mentoring skills Work in your local community and make a difference to the lives of our residents Annual Flu Shot provided About you Please note our Encounter Bay home is 1.5 hours drive from Adelaide You ...
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Maintenance Officer

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Set in a quiet leafy residential grove, Estia Health Daw Park delivers high quality and individualised care in a warm, relaxed and sociable atmosphere. Stylish traditional décor and manicured garden surrounds contribute to providing a comfortable lifestyle in a beautiful home-like environment. About the role Estia Health Daw Park are looking for an experienced Maintenance Officer to join their team on a Full Time basis working Monday to Friday. As a Maintenance Officer at Estia Health, your role will consist of: Ensuring the safety and upkeep of the facility by providing onsite maintenance Grounds upkeep General and equipment maintenance, painting and handy-person duties Coordination of the maintenance program, timely reporting and administration What we will do for you At Estia Health, our people are the heart of our organisation, we love to see our team develop their careers with us. Join one of Australia's leading aged care providers in one of the fastest-growing industries Develop and expand your own skillset with regular development opportunities Estia offers a range of benefits including attractive remuneration packages with workplace banking, novated leases and EAP services Lead a team and develop your coaching skills Enjoy working a full-time role without weekend hours Work in your local community and make a difference to the lives of our residents Opportunity to work across a wide network and learn or mentor others in your peer group About you You'll bring to the role your ability to operate autonomously while effectively managing and prioritising your work. You will be committed to keeping the facility safe, comfortable and homely for our residents, their visitors and our team. You will also have: Exceptional Maintenance/handy-person skills A relevant trade Qualification (highly regarded) Proven painting experience Excellent communication skills Proven ability to work autonomously and manage your time effectively Work Health and Safety knowledge and a commitment to keeping yourself and others safe Understanding of and experience in managing contractors on site Compassion for our residents and respect for their environment Join us! If you would like to know more, please email us at dawpark@estiahealth.com.au. If this sounds like the role for you, click on APPLY NOW! To find out more about Estia Health and the wonderful work we do, please visit and follow our LinkedIn page at https://www.linkedin.com/company/estia-health/Full time position - Monday to Friday, enjoy your weekends!, 82-bed home situated in a quiet residential area and close to shops, Attractive remuneration package offered for the right person

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... -like environment. About the role Estia Health Daw Park are looking for an experienced Maintenance Officer to join their team on a Full Time basis working Monday to Friday. As a Maintenance Officer at Estia Health ...
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Client Service Officer

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Estia Health Craigmore is a comfortable, spacious, single-storey residence where individual resident needs, support and comfort are at the centre of everything we do. Located close to public transport and local shopping centres, the decorated interiors reflect a sense of home-like calm and relaxation. About the role Estia Health Craigmore have a fantastic opportunity for an experienced Client Services Officer to join our friendly and supportive team on a Full Time basis, working across Monday to Friday. As first point of contact for families seeking Aged Care services, the Client Services Officer will assist residents and their families in their journey into residential Aged Care. The successful applicant will provide our customers with a seamless admissions experience and offer our referrers easy access to our beds. This position will suit an energetic and results-orientated individual who is passionate about driving customer satisfaction in residential Aged Care. You will be making a real difference to our residents and their families, building rewarding and lasting relationships along the way. Key responsibilities will include but are not limited to: Manage all customers inquiries including conducting site tours and holding resident/relative discussions and liaise with internal and external stakeholders. Proactively manage the pipeline of inquiries to improve sales and conversion rates Proactive engagement of referrers including identifying new potential referrers and community linkages Implement sales programs to increase the uptake of additional services including activity programs Act as the Customer Service champion for the home by monitoring service stands, ensuring training of staff and actioning resident satisfaction feedback What we will do for you At Estia Health, our people are the heart of our organisation, we love to see our team develop their careers with us. Support from Management with developmental kits to expand your skillset Energetic and committed administration team that will guide you in the role and support admissions Attractive remuneration packages with workplace banking, novated leases and EAP services Opportunity to work across a wide network and learn or mentor others in your peer group Join one of Australia's leading aged care providers in one of the fastest-growing industries Work in your local community and make a difference to the lives of our residents About you Our ideal candidate has proven time management and organisational skills along with the flexibility to manage changing business needs. 5+ years' experience in sales/front office/hospitality roles A track record of success in sales including strong negotiation and outstanding customer service Impeccable presentation, excellent communication and the confidence to build rapport with a wide range of people The ability to work both individually and as a team to achieve desired outcomes Knowledge of Aged Care including fees and funding (Ideal but not essential) Previous experience delivering training would be highly regarded Qualifications in sales, customer service or hospitality would be an advantage (but not essential) Join now! If you would like to know more, please email us at craigmore@estiahealth.com.au. If this sounds like the role for you, click on APPLY NOW! To find out more about Estia Health and the wonderful work we do, please visit and follow our LinkedIn page! https://www.linkedin.com/company/3252110/Full time position - Monday to Friday, enjoy your weekends!, Attractive remuneration package for the right person, Be a driver for customer satisfaction in residential Aged Care

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The opportunity BDA is undergoing significant growth and is looking for passionate Systems Engineers with experience or interest in System Safety Engineering to join our team. We are seeking technical professionals interested in working collaboratively across an interdisciplinary and multinational team on cutting edge systems, and developing exciting new technologies, to support and grow Australia's defence capability. In this role, you will perform systems engineering activities to plan, design, develop and verify systems in the System Safety domain. You will have responsibility to support projects in understanding requirements and design implications pertaining to safety and identify potential and realised performance and safety considerations. Leveraging your experience, you will provide guidance and mentorship in the team, and lead specific scopes of work in safety engineering for projects. You will also have the opportunity to actively promote the benefit of System Safety across the organisation and contribute to the development and growth of these disciplines within BDA. Experience/Qualifications Excellent communication skills that enable you to influence outcomes in a team environment A continuous improvement mindset Tertiary degree qualification in an engineering or related technical discipline Experience in Systems Safety Engineering in a complex project environment would also be considered highly desirable. In joining our team at BDA, you can: Work on innovative, complex, technology products which contribute to ensuring a world class Australian defence capability Enjoy and contribute to a positive team culture across a diverse, passionate, and inclusive organisation Be supported to grow and develop your career Work under flexible arrangements to enable work-life balance About us Boeing Defence Australia is shaping the future of aerospace and delivering some of the nation's most important programs for the Australian Defence Force. As a BDA employee, you will join other innovative, ethical people who have the critical skills required to develop and deliver world class capabilities and systems to protect Australia and its national interests. Joining us is a chance to make your mark, working with a diverse team that is united in pushing the boundaries of imagination and excellence. At Boeing, we innovate and collaborate to make the world a better place. From the seabed to outer space, you can contribute to work that matters with a company where diversity, equity and inclusion are core values. We're committed to fostering an environment for every teammate that's welcoming, respectful and inclusive, with great opportunity for professional growth. Find your future with us. Culture We are committed to building a diverse and inclusive workplace. Female applicants, people of Aboriginal or Torres Strait Island descent and ex-defence personnel are encouraged to apply. Benefits Flexible working options Employee Assistance Program Study assistance Salary packaging Employee Incentive Program Global opportunities If you are ready to join an innovative industry leader and would like to register your interest in working for Boeing, please click Apply Now. Please note, this role will be shortlisted in January 2021, we appreciate your patience.

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Senior Systems Engineer

Boeing

About us Boeing Defence Australia (BDA) is shaping the future of aerospace and delivering some of the nation's most important programs for the Australian Defence Force. Joining us is a chance to make your mark, working with a diverse team that is united in pushing the boundaries of imagination and excellence. We currently employ more than 2,500 people across 14 sites in Australia and three international locations and have a range of opportunities available as we plan for future growth. The Opportunity As one of the country's leading and preferred defence partners, BDA develops and sustains leading edge technologies for some of Australia's largest and most complex defence projects. Recently identified as one of the top 20 places to work in Australia by Randstad, BDA is undergoing significant growth and is looking for a passionate Systems Engineers to join our team. We are seeking professionals interested in working collaboratively across an interdisciplinary and multinational team on cutting edge systems, and developing exciting new technologies, to support and grow Australia's defence capability. We are seeking a talented Senior Systems Engineer to work as a part of the TDL Capability that provides engineering support to the development of Tactical Data Links (TDL) for the world class airborne early warning command and control aircraft the E-7A Wedgetail and the ground based surveillance, communications and battle management system, Wakulda. As well as support to future Campaigns. The role is based in Brisbane and a Relocation Package is negotiable. Responsibilities Lead and provide oversight to the development of diverse engineering solutions for complex systems engineering problems, throughout the full engineering lifecycle, from requirements definition, through design, integration, verification, validation and support phases of a product. Develop experience with emerging TDL capabilities and their introduction into existing systems to meet future ADF interoperability requirements and in support of future projects. Provide input to the planning and conduct of tasking to achieve the required outcomes. Validate communication messages to meet standards for TDL network interoperability, by conducting software testing. Experience/Qualifications Tertiary qualification or prior experience in a relevant technical discipline Ability to apply relevant systems engineering practices, standards and regulations Experience with software testing in a software environment is highly regarded Experience in Data Communication and/or Tactical Data Links is highly regarded as well as familiarity with Australian Defence Force platforms Applicants must be Australian Citizens to meet Defence security requirements, and have the ability to obtain and maintain a NV-1 security clearance. Culture At Boeing, we innovate and collaborate to make the world a better place. From the seabed to outer space, you can contribute to work that matters with a company where diversity, equity and inclusion are core values. We're committed to fostering an environment for every teammate that's welcoming, respectful and inclusive, with great opportunity for professional growth. Find your future with us. We are committed to building a diverse and inclusive workplace. Female applicants, people of Aboriginal or Torres Strait Island descent and veterans are encouraged to apply. Benefits Flexible working options Relocation package may be negotiated Salary packaging Study assistance Employee Incentive Program Global opportunities How to apply If you would like to see your career take off click Apply now.

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Systems Engineering Technician

Boeing

About us Boeing Defence Australia (BDA) is shaping the future of aerospace and delivering some of the nation's most important programs for the Australian Defence Force. Joining us is a chance to make your mark, working with a diverse team that is united in pushing the boundaries of imagination and excellence. We currently employ more than 2,500 people across 14 sites in Australia and three international locations and have a range of opportunities available as we plan for future growth. The opportunity As one of the country's leading and preferred defence partners, BDA develops and sustains leading edge technologies for some of Australia's largest and most complex defence projects. Recently identified as one of the top 20 places to work in Australia by Randstad, BDA is undergoing significant growth and is looking for a passionate Systems Engineering Technician to join our team. We are seeking professionals interested in working collaboratively across an interdisciplinary and multinational team on cutting edge systems, and developing exciting new technologies, to support and grow Australia's defence capability. We are seeking a talented Systems Engineering Technician to work as a part of the Tactical Data Link Test and Evaluation Services (TDL TES) contract. The contract provides software certification services of TDL systems including engineering analysis, test and certification, reporting to the Joint Capabilities Group. You will support a range of platforms across the ADF, conducting software testing in both a laboratory environment and in the field with operational assets. The role is based in Brisbane with domestic travel as required. Responsibilities Lead and provide oversight to the development of diverse engineering solutions for complex technical problems, throughout the full engineering lifecycle, from requirements definition, through integration, verification, validation and certification of TDL platforms. Develop experience with emerging TDL capabilities and their introduction into existing systems to meet future ADF interoperability requirements and in support of future projects. Provide input to the planning and conduct of tasking to achieve the required outcomes. Validate communication messages to meet standards for TDL network interoperability. Experience/Qualifications Prior experience in a relevant technical discipline. Ability to write and execute detailed test procedures in accordance with a Test Plan. Ability to evaluate and analyse test data in accordance with an Evaluation Plan. Experience with software testing in a software environment is highly regarded. Experience in Data Communication and/or Tactical Data Links is highly regarded as well as familiarity with Australian Defence Force platforms. Applicants must be Australian Citizens to meet Defence security requirements, and have the ability to obtain and maintain a NV-1 security clearance. Culture At Boeing, we innovate and collaborate to make the world a better place. From the seabed to outer space, you can contribute to work that matters with a company where diversity, equity and inclusion are core values. We're committed to fostering an environment for every teammate that's welcoming, respectful and inclusive, with great opportunity for professional growth. Find your future with us. We are committed to building a diverse and inclusive workplace. Female applicants, people of Aboriginal or Torres Strait Island descent and veterans are encouraged to apply. Benefits Flexible working options Salary packaging Study assistance Employee Incentive Program Global opportunities How to apply If you would like to see your career take off click Apply now.

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Senior Consultant - Technology, Strategy and Transformation

KPMG

How you grow matters - looking for your next career challenge in the New Year? Build a long term career with great people in a varied and multi-disciplinary environment Enjoy the people-first culture with a focus on a balanced work environment 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, and 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. Enterprise Advisory is dedicated to the mid-market and committed to the growth of the sector. The mid-market is the engine room of the Australian economy and generates a quarter of the Australian revenue. Mid-size businesses are our focus, and we are passionate about them because of their entrepreneurial nature and the way they approach their strategy and their execution. We are looking for two exceptional Senior Consultants with experience in defining technology strategies, designing technology architectures and crafting technology roadmaps, as well as executing on them, all of them with a business-led approach. What is exciting about our client base is that they are looking to transform their businesses end-to-end, from the front to the back of the house. This is an exciting opportunity for you to help us shape truly business-led transformations that are enabled by technology. We are looking for a problem solver that has a passion for delivering innovative solutions to our clients. An advisor with a sense of ownership and collaboration. Based in Adelaide you will have the opportunity to work on a broad range of projects for clients across South Australia, Tasmania, NT and WA. Next to your delivery activities you will be involved in sales activities, from lead generation to conversion. We are passionate about helping our clients, and that to us comes with a responsibility of coaching our junior team to be successful in business development in the future. Why join our team? Hear from our people: https://youtu.be/LFlSknC4b1I Your Opportunity Working as an integral part of our Enterprise Advisory Management Consulting team you will consult on client projects, translating business and customer needs into innovative and executable IT strategies, technology architectures and technology roadmaps. You will identify changes and recommend solutions that will typically involve a combination of customer/citizen centricity, process and value stream analysis, digital transformation, and operational excellence outcomes. You understand technology and are passionate about it, and more importantly you understand how technology enables the execution of business processes, for example, what are the considerations to streamline sales, asset management and procurement from a technology perspective, and how do we match those considerations to selecting suitable solutions and providing an integration strategy. This gives you a flavour of the problem statements you will be crafting solutions for. You can be assured that you will be coached, but will also get the exposure to shine and grow in your role, as you craft your path to Manager and beyond. Your role will include, working with senior practitioners: Helping clients understand the 'art of the possible' with innovative and disruptive technology; Driving the linkage between business strategy and technology (and vice versa), to deliver meaningful outcomes; Defining technology strategies to enable the ambitions of our clients, and defining associated technology architectures and technology execution roadmaps; Defining integration and data strategies for our clients; Facilitating solution and vendor selection processes, considering business and technology requirements; and vendor evaluations Defining and shaping transformation programs Work in collaboration with the rest of KPMG to leverage the breadth of the firm's expertise and innovation; Apply consulting skills, from storyboarding and facilitating workshops through to producing high quality deliverables and seeking feedback from juniors, peers and seniors; Bring passion and expertise - consulting capabilities and competencies - that positions you as being a role model for our junior consultants; Train and coach junior consultants in continuous improvement, frameworks, methodologies and consulting skills; Support business development activities, from lead generation through to conversion, under the lead of managers, associate directors, directors and / or Partners of the organisation; Creating and maintaining strong relationships internally, and with clients during and post engagements. How you're Extraordinary At KPMG, we believe diversity of thought, background and unique experience strengthens relationships and delivers meaningful benefits to our people, our clients and communities. To be considered for this opportunity, your qualifications, skills & experience include the following: Previous experience working for a well-regarded Management Consulting firm; Demonstrated ability to apply structured thinking and analysis techniques to ambiguous problems; Experience or exposure to the practical application of continuous improvement cycles; Good understanding of process architecture and process design, with an ability to link business processes to technology requirements; Good understanding of how to execute on the following, with guidance and supervision of senior SMEs: Apply best practice frameworks in operations and technology; Research market and industry data, with a second to none ability to be a data driven thinker, comfortable with analysing large volumes of qualitative and quantitative data and information to inform IT strategies; Define IT strategies, designing technology architectures and technology operating models, and developing technology roadmaps, all of them with a business-led approach using best practice frameworks; Shape IT strategy execution and IT transformation roadmaps that go beyond paper; Embed technology into the design and implementation of business operating models; Build a business case for business and technology investments; Ability to talk 'business' and 'technology'; Understand the complexity of end-to-end operations and how technology is a truly enabler; Focus on the operations-tech rather than infra-tech, however with a solid understanding of infra-tech; Structured problem solving with capability to canvas the path to a part of a solution; Coaching our junior consultants; Good communication skills, verbal and written; Good business writing skills; An obsession to provide excellent advice to your customers with honesty and integrity; Good interpersonal skills and stakeholder management skills; Demonstrated capability in working collaboratively in an environment where constructive feedback is a norm, in alignment with our KPMG values. This is a great opportunity to become a solid all-rounder while looking for your own sweet spot and own it. The KPMG Difference At KPMG, we're passionate about creating an inclusive workplace that promotes and values diversity. We believe that everyone's unique experiences enable us to deliver meaningful benefits for our people, our clients and communities. We welcome and encourage applications from people of all backgrounds, ages, religions, including Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples, LGBTIQ+ people, those with a disability, women and people with a cultural or linguistically diverse background. We embrace flexibility as a key principle to allow our people to manage the changing demands of work, personal and family life. KPMG has a decade-long, proud commitment to Indigenous Australia, as demonstrated by the achievement of an Elevate level Reconciliation Action Plan. KPMG is a foundation member and Principal Partner of Pride in Diversity started in Australia by ACON and the Diversity Council of Australia, and is recognised in the Australian Workplace Equality Index(AWEI) which evaluates LGBTIQ+ inclusiveness in the workplace. KPMG Australia has been consistently recognised as an Employer of Choice in the Australian Government's Workplace Gender Equality Agency(WGEA) annual index. Make KPMG the clear choice for your career and be Extraordinary !

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Mission Crew Operator

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About Us Boeing Defence Australia is shaping the future of aerospace and delivering some of the nation's most important programs for the Australian Defence Force. Joining us is a chance to make your mark, working with a diverse team that is united in pushing the boundaries of imagination and excellence. We currently employ more than 2,500 people across 14 sites in Australia and three international locations and have a range of opportunities available as we plan for future growth. The Opportunity BDA is the one of the largest defence companies in Australia, and is now recruiting highly skilled and motivated individuals to support Mission Crew Operator courseware development and instruction at RAAF Base Williamtown. Expressions of Interest are also highly encouraged for the second half of 2021 and early 2022. Scope will include supporting the Wedgetail E-7 Australian Program, and its associated upgrade programs, UK AEW Mk1 Program and E-7 Korea. We are actively recruiting Mission Crew Operators with experience in the following fields to complement our team: AEW&C or AWACS Operators Air Combat Officers Air Battle Managers Maritime Warfare Officers and AICs Curriculum and Courseware Development This position fulfils vital courseware developmental activities and instructional delivery in support of both sustainment and emerging work, for all E-7 platform training requirements. We are seeking self-motivated professionals with proven skills in courseware development and instructional techniques and a desire for a challenging and rewarding career with BDA. The position is located at RAAF Base Williamtown, but affords exciting opportunities to support AEW&C deployments within Australia and Internationally as required. Generous and competitive pay is on offer as well as an additional allowance of reserve time, enabling BDA staff to remain current and relevant within their specialisation. Responsibilities Conduct of all E-7 Mission Crew Instructor delivery for ongoing sustainment activities and train-the-trainer coach/mentoring tasks for emerging E-7 fleet support Analyse lesson framework needs and design operator training solutions and products to meet BDA E-7 Aircraft Capability requirements. Evaluate the effectiveness of developed training programs. Provide SME support to the development of essential E-7 courseware primarily for Mission Crew, as well as Pilot and Maintenance training materials to meet stipulated training specifications Conduct E-7 courseware continuous improvement tasks, pilot new courses with new innovative processes and technology by working collaboratively with our business partners Support testing and development of new innovative processes and technology, working collaboratively with our wider teams Experience/Qualifications Certificate IV Training and Assessment (TAE 40116), or equivalent qualification. Experience in AEW&C or AWACS environment as a Mission Crew Operator Previous experience as an instructor is desired, but is not essential. BDA will support the right individual to achieve this qualification. Applicants must be Australian Citizens to meet defence security requirements. Culture At Boeing, we innovate and collaborate to make the world a better place. From the seabed to outer space, you can contribute to work that matters with a company where diversity, equity and inclusion are core values. We're committed to fostering an environment for every teammate that's welcoming, respectful and inclusive, with great opportunity for professional growth. Find your future with us. We are committed to building a diverse and inclusive workplace. Female applicants, people of Aboriginal or Torres Strait Island descent and veterans are encouraged to apply. Benefits Flexible working options, including work pattern days Support for Defence Reserve commitments Study assistance Salary packaging Employee Incentive Program Global opportunities How to apply If you would like to see your career take off click Apply now. BDA will accept applications for current vacancies, with a view to filling posts immediately. Additionally we are accepting Expressions of Interest with a view to filling roles in Q3 and Q4 2021 and early 2022.

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Operations Advisory Specialists

KPMG

Got big plans for your career? Ours are even bigger. Big 4 Management Consulting division Build a long-term career across the broad areas of our business KPMG 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 Operations Advisory team continues to grow, assisting leading companies across all industries driving sustainable operational improvement. We assist our clients to identify opportunities to improve the efficiency and effectiveness of its operations, get the most out of their technology investments and to successfully execute against these objectives. The team draws on a combination of professional talented people, powerful KPMG methodologies and global resources. Your Opportunity Members of our operations team often have backgrounds in engineering, finance, consulting, technology, law, or have worked in field services, operational improvement or supply chain environments - if you think your background brings something to the table, we want to hear from you! As a Senior Consultant you'll be looking to build on your 3-5 years' experience working across several different opportunities and projects; utilising your knowledge and experience to provide strategic advice and support. As part of the team you will apply your strategic problem solving, data analysis, report writing and project management skills to help solve complex client problems. You'll hone your client relationship skills, harnessing your truly customer centric approach and passion for achieving great results for your client. You are interested in the Management Consulting space and you are skilled in delivering quality outcomes, have the ability to manage self and teams and possess strong business acumen. How are you Extraordinary? At KPMG, we believe diversity of thought, background and unique experience strengthens relationships and delivers meaningful benefits to our people, our clients and communities. The senior consultant will take guidance from the senior team members in the execution of work, provide input and contribute to the planning and delivery of engagements including work plans, timelines, project management. You will have the ability to: Prioritise multiple tasks appropriately by using effective time management skills Identify ways to analyse information quickly and efficiently Learn and understand how to build relationships with client contacts Demonstrate excellent report writing and presentation preparation Use problem solving to address issue and needs. Work effective in teams Take ownership and deliver a high stand of own work Juggle competing priorities and thrive in a fast-paced environment. The KPMG Difference: Our people are focused on creating a diverse and dynamic environment that embraces and values differences. We value the variety of unique experiences, qualities and characteristics our people possess and we share and learn from each other. We are proud to be consistently recognised as an employer of choice for women, and for our achievements in LGBT+ workplace inclusion. Our commitment to 'Flexibility' allows our people to manage the changing demands of work, personal or family life. Explore the links below to hear our people share their experience @ KPMG: Flexibility empowers wellbeing Flexibility enables contribution to the community Flexibility inspires technology & innovation Flexibility supports family Make KPMG the clear choice for your career and be Extraordinary!

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Manager - Energy and climate transition, PP&E

KPMG

Manager - Energy and climate transition, PP&E Do you want to contribute to the transition to net zero emissions? Our Management Consultancy practice is building capacity to advise corporates and governments on the energy and decarbonisation transitions. We are looking for exceptional candidates at the Manager and Associate Director levels that can make a difference in this critical task. We provide challenging work opportunities across a range of clients, assisting them to contribute to the transition to net zero emissions. The projects we undertake include: Assisting corporates in the energy and natural resources industries to increase their resilience to climate change policy and impacts Advice to governments, corporates and other stakeholders on climate and energy policy reform Transition plans to ensure jobs and good community outcomes Strategies for achieving net zero emissions Program evaluations Development of cost and economic models You will be joining the wider Policy Program & Evaluation practice (PP&E) team which also works with clients across all areas of public policy. You will also work closely with the significant existing areas of KPMG energy and climate expertise, including on energy infrastructure, technology and regulation, climate reporting and risk, global carbon policy, and business strategy. KPMG Australia is part of a global network providing extensive services across a wide range of industries and sectors - which is a key strength of the firm in this area, as we can draw on expertise and policy experience in different jurisdictions to benefit our clients, many of who are exporters. 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. Working at KPMG you will: Immerse yourself in our inclusive, diverse and supportive culture Choose the way you want to work by embracing our flexible work arrangements Make a real difference in your community through our social and environmental programs Your Opportunity You will work across a variety of projects so you must enjoy stepping outside your comfort zone. Your ongoing responsibilities as a part of the team will include: Supporting a variety of exciting and dynamic engagements including, corporate clients developing decarbonisation and energy transition strategies, and advising governments on strategies to achieve policy objectives Developing strong relationships with clients and maintaining relationships after engagements are complete Supporting teams on client delivery and engagements You will have the desire to further your skills and deliver exceptional outcomes; excellent verbal and written communication skills; well-developed analytical and numerical capabilities; and enjoy the face-to-face interaction that client work brings. How are you Extraordinary At KPMG, we believe diversity of thought, background and unique experience strengthens relationships and delivers meaningful benefits to our people, our clients and communities. To be considered for this opportunity, your qualifications, skills & experience could include: Demonstrated experience in working on energy and climate issues in a public policy, regulatory or quantitative environment, or an ability to apply expertise or analytical tools from analogous subject matter Experience in advising corporate clients in implementing business strategies, including responding to policy change or other ESG challenges, introducing low emissions technologies, achieving climate resilience, and associated workforce and community transitions Strong interest in and commitment to continuing to develop your skills in these areas Proven track record in contributing to and delivering projects successfully Stakeholder engagement and management skills including interviews, workshops, and presentations Excellent teamwork Tertiary qualification in a relevant discipline The KPMG Difference Our people are focused on creating a diverse and dynamic environment that embraces and values differences. We value the variety of unique experiences, qualities and characteristics our people possess and we share and learn from each other. We are proud to be consistently recognised as an employer of choice for women, and for our achievements in LGBT+ workplace inclusion. Our commitment to 'Flexibility' allows our people to manage the changing demands of work, personal or family life. Explore the links below to hear our people share their experience @ KPMG: Flexibility empowers wellbeing Flexibility enables contribution to the community Flexibility inspires technology & innovation Flexibility supports family Make KPMG the clear choice for your career and be Extraordinary !

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Branch Manager Mount Barker

Commonwealth Bank

Do work that matters As Branch Manager you'll be passionate about leading your team to deliver exceptional service to our diverse range of customers. Using your expertise in motivation, you'll coach your team in offering a range of lending, deposit and wealth management products and services to both new and existing customers. As a trusted figure in your local community, we'll empower you to build strong networks and develop new and innovative business opportunities for your team.  This is your opportunity to lead, coach and develop your team, assisting them to achieve individual and team targets as well as fostering their individual career development aspirations. See yourself in our team The Retail Bank is the public face of CommBank - in branches, on the phone, through video conferencing and online. Together we deliver a seamless banking experience to over 10 million of our personal and small business customers. Supported by world class technology, we're able to offer market-leading products that best suit their financial needs and goals.   What will help you succeed? We're looking for a highly motivated candidate with the ability to lead a team to achieve great outcomes in a busy and driven environment.  This, along with a proven successful track record in sales, leadership skills and the ability to develop and mentor a team are essential to the role. You'll be the benchmark for your team, always acting with integrity and placing the customer at the heart of all of your decisions.  If this sounds like the role for you then we would love to hear from you. Apply today! Whether you're passionate about customer service, driven by data, or called by creativity, a career here is for you. Our people bring their diverse backgrounds and unique perspectives to build a respectful, inclusive and flexible workplace. One where we're driven by our values, and supported to share ideas, initiatives, and energy. One where making a positive impact for customers, communities and each other is part of our every day. Here, you'll thrive. You'll be supported when faced with challenges, and empowered to tackle new opportunities. We really love working here, and we think you will too. We're determined to make a real difference for Australia's first peoples. We encourage all interested applicants to apply. If you're already part of the Commonwealth Bank Group (including Bankwest), you'll need to apply through Sidekick to submit a valid application. We're keen to support you with the next step in your career.

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Consultant - Work Health and Safety

Australian Red Cross

Permanent position Part time - 4 days per week Based in Brisbane, QLD About Red Cross Australian Red Cross is part of the world's largest humanitarian movements seeking to build a better society based on people helping people. Our vision is human dignity, peace, safety, and well-being for all. About the role WHS Consultants assist, coach and mentor managers and other Red Cross people in the application of the Red Cross WHS Management System to eliminate or control their WHS risks. They also contribute to the continuous improvement of the system. Whilst WHS Consultants are the sole WHS practitioner in the states and territories for which they are responsible, they work closely with the rest of the national WHS team and are in daily contact with their WHS colleagues. This is essential to ensure consistency of advice and WHS systems across Red Cross. What you will bring Tertiary qualifications in Workplace Health and Safety Experience providing WHS internal consultancy and implementing WHS systems in a complex organisation with a diverse risk profile ▪ Strong customer service and influencing skills Highly developed communication and interpersonal skills including with people from a wide range of backgrounds Highly developed organisational and time management skills Excellent records management and general office administration A current driver's licence is a mandatory requirement for this position. Why work with us? Work for purpose and know that your work helps keep our people and the communities we work with safe. You can access flexible working arrangements and generous salary packaging options that can increase your take home pay by paying certain expenses using pre-tax dollars up to $15,900 a year. Further information For further information about this role, please refer to the position description attached below or contact Guy Turner on 03 9345 1895. Position Description: WHS Consultant.pdf Applications for this position will close at 11:55pm on Sunday 11th April 2021.

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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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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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QLD > Brisbane

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 > 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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VIC > Melbourne

Support Worker - Bentleigh

Claro Aged Care and Disability Services

Who We Are Zenitas Healthcare is a community-based healthcare provider. We help our clients and communities live heathier and happier lives, so they can thrive. We offer community-based healthcare in primary care, allied health, homecare and mobile health and for all ages and life stages. We have grown through acquisitions of like-minded, customer-focused businesses which includes: · Accommodation & Care Solutions (ACARES) · Australian Home Care Service (AHCs) · Comrec · Orion Services We provide personal and aged care, disability services and accommodation, general practice medicine, physiotherapy, occupational therapy, podiatry, speech pathology, and dietetic services. The Opportunity Working with the ACARES team, you will be Disability Support Worker. Each day may be different, but your core responsibilities will likely include: · Providing aid and support in common daily activities around the home · Providing aid and support with hygiene and personal care · 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 About You This is a great opportunity for an experienced support worker, who is seeking for short hours and work close to home! It will involve standard personal care! What We Offer We believe our people are the key to our success, and we foster a supportive, friendly and creative working environment. Our human-centric business philosophy also means that we learn from each other, celebrate each other's successes, and achieve great results by working together. We offer you: · Flexibility in the hours you work to balance work from home life · Opportunities to work closely with highly experienced and passionate professionals who love what they do · Ability to have an impact on your clients' lives · Opportunity to gain further training and professional development What's Next Zenitas 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 think this role might be for you, we want to hear from you. Please click apply. 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 . For any questions regarding your application, please send a message through your LiveHire Inbox (top right corner dropdown box of your profile), or email recruitment@zenitas.com.au

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QLD > Sunshine Coast

Home Lending Specialist Maroochydore

Commonwealth Bank

Do work that matters Your role exists to make our customer's lives easier. Whether a customer is buying their first or second home, investing in a property, refinancing, building or renovating, you're there to deliver the right solutions at the right time. Our Home Lending Specialists are the type of people who thrive on creating long-lasting relationships. They know how to ask the right questions to deliver appropriate lending solutions and build trust, confidence and advocacy in every interaction. See yourself in our team You'll be joining our Retail Branch Network - a hardworking team who deliver customised service to meet the needs of our personal and small business customers. Our focus is to help people and business move forward, to progress. We support our customers to make the right financial decisions and achieve their dreams, targets and aspirations. We're looking for someone who puts the customer at the heart of everything they do. You'll work face to face with customers to lead lending conversations with confidence, putting your solid understanding of our products, processes and policies to good use by proactively identifying your customers' financial needs. As a confident networker you'll use your communications skills to develop and maintain strong working relationships with your branch peers. As a HLS, you'll be a stickler for detail, ensuring applications are compliant and all checks have been done. The service you provide will be exceptional, giving you the confidence to ask for external referrals from your existing satisfied customers. Where will you go? As a HLS at CommBank, your opportunities are endless. We're investing in in our people to provide consistent and clear career pathways for our lenders, deliver more development opportunities and provide best in market training. If you live the values and demonstrate our lending capabilities, we'll help you find the next step that's right for you and enable you to be your best on your career journey. We're interested in hearing from people who have: A proven track record of delivering exceptional customer service and establishing and maintaining rewarding relationships Previous experience in a lending environment and an existing knowledge of Home Lending products and the current responsible lending legislation An ability to identify and anticipate customers' financial needs The ability to see the big picture for customers and provide them with holistic solutions *branchnetwork Whether you're passionate about customer service, driven by data, or called by creativity, a career here is for you. Our people bring their diverse backgrounds and unique perspectives to build a respectful, inclusive and flexible workplace. One where we're driven by our values, and supported to share ideas, initiatives, and energy. One where making a positive impact for customers, communities and each other is part of our every day. Here, you'll thrive. You'll be supported when faced with challenges, and empowered to tackle new opportunities. We really love working here, and we think you will too. We're determined to make a real difference for Australia's first peoples. We encourage all interested applicants to apply. If you're already part of the Commonwealth Bank Group (including Bankwest), you'll need to apply through Sidekick to submit a valid application. We're keen to support you with the next step in your career.

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QLD > Toowoomba and South West QLD

Home Lending Specialist Toowomba

Commonwealth Bank

Do work that matters Your role exists to make our customer's lives easier. Whether a customer is buying their first or second home, investing in a property, refinancing, building or renovating, you're there to deliver the right solutions at the right time. Our Home Lending Specialists are the type of people who thrive on creating long-lasting relationships. They know how to ask the right questions to deliver appropriate lending solutions and build trust, confidence and advocacy in every interaction. See yourself in our team You'll be joining our Retail Branch Network - a hardworking team who deliver customised service to meet the needs of our personal and small business customers. Our focus is to help people and business move forward, to progress. We support our customers to make the right financial decisions and achieve their dreams, targets and aspirations. We're looking for someone who puts the customer at the heart of everything they do. You'll work face to face with customers to lead lending conversations with confidence, putting your solid understanding of our products, processes and policies to good use by proactively identifying your customers' financial needs. As a confident networker you'll use your communications skills to develop and maintain strong working relationships with your branch peers. As a HLS, you'll be a stickler for detail, ensuring applications are compliant and all checks have been done. The service you provide will be exceptional, giving you the confidence to ask for external referrals from your existing satisfied customers. Where will you go? As a HLS at CommBank, your opportunities are endless. We're investing in in our people to provide consistent and clear career pathways for our lenders, deliver more development opportunities and provide best in market training. If you live the values and demonstrate our lending capabilities, we'll help you find the next step that's right for you and enable you to be your best on your career journey. We're interested in hearing from people who have: A proven track record of delivering exceptional customer service and establishing and maintaining rewarding relationships Previous experience in a lending environment and an existing knowledge of Home Lending products and the current responsible lending legislation An ability to identify and anticipate customers' financial needs The ability to see the big picture for customers and provide them with holistic solutions *branchnetwork Whether you're passionate about customer service, driven by data, or called by creativity, a career here is for you. Our people bring their diverse backgrounds and unique perspectives to build a respectful, inclusive and flexible workplace. One where we're driven by our values, and supported to share ideas, initiatives, and energy. One where making a positive impact for customers, communities and each other is part of our every day. Here, you'll thrive. You'll be supported when faced with challenges, and empowered to tackle new opportunities. We really love working here, and we think you will too. We're determined to make a real difference for Australia's first peoples. We encourage all interested applicants to apply. If you're already part of the Commonwealth Bank Group (including Bankwest), you'll need to apply through Sidekick to submit a valid application. We're keen to support you with the next step in your career.

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NSW > Sydney

Team Leader - Home Loans

Macquarie Group

During a dynamic phase of growth and technology-led business transformation, Macquarie's Personal Banking Direct team are looking for experienced Team Leaders to join us and lead teams of Home Loan Banking Specialists. You will be part of a high performing leadership team looking after a large and expanding sales team. As a Team Leader, you will be responsible for: Team Culture and Engagement Create a high-performance culture that supports learning, personal development and growth Intensive onboarding of new staff members particularly in their first 90 days with the business Set and achieve agreed balanced scorecard targets Drive team motivation through reward & recognition and celebration of team goals Credit, Product, Process and System Knowledge You will be acknowledged / accredited as having strong credit capability in a residential home lending context Your strong credit knowledge means the Credit Analyst team will gain confidence that your judgement is well calibrated to Macquarie's risk appetite Help identify credit knowledge gaps in team members, and work with the Credit team to address You will build strong product and process knowledge, and have an ability to identify and close knowledge gaps in the team Customer Experience, Monitoring and Compliance Closely monitor team's activity through call and file monitoring, sales quality and performance reporting dashboards Ensure regulatory compliance and continuous professional development requirements are being met on time across the team Identify key moments-of-truth in customer experience, and intervene quickly where required to deal with customer escalations and complaints Close liaison with the Client Care team for complaint management / escalation Stakeholder Engagement Engage and build effective working relationships with various internal stakeholders (eg Credit, Client Services, Marketing, Product & Technology) to deliver positive outcomes for customers, the team and business Present occasionally to internal or external groups to drive awareness, business activity and engagement To be successful in this role, you will have a minimum of 6 years of experience in residential home loans, preferably in a sales-based environment with people management and coaching experience. You will also have outstanding written and verbal communication skills in order to convey complex terms in a clear and concise manner. You will be motivated to achieve team goals and help the team grow personally and professionally. Tertiary qualification preferable, but not essential. In return, we will enable you to develop your skills and take your career to new heights in a high growth business, as well as a diverse and inclusive environment where you will be comfortable in bringing your whole self to work every day. If you like the sound of joining this fast paced, dynamic and high performing team, please apply via the link below. 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

Business Analyst - Home Loans

Macquarie Group

Within Personal Banking, we are proud of our high-performance culture, diversity and inclusion. We have a strong focus on meeting community expectations and making risk-conscious and data-based decisions. In line with our entrepreneurial and innovative culture, we adopt Enterprise Agile and Human Centered Design ways of working and embrace a growth and learning mindset. As the Business Analyst, you will be working within the Home Loans Originations feature team to deliver the best customer experience for our home loan clients, brokers and staff members. You will be the voice of the customer, with a deep understanding and empathy of current needs and pain points of our users. You will work closely with sales teams, credit analysts, panel solicitors, business stakeholders, service designers, clients & technology teams to refine the epics, features and stories. The role involves you designing and delivering solutions to support the end to end experience for Brokers applying for a Macquarie home loan on behalf of their clients. You will have particular expertise in business requirements gathering, leveraging data to support decision making, facilitate workshops, process design, process mapping, and change management. You will be a passionate self-starter, excellent collaborator and able to build strong relationships with a range of stakeholders. .You will have: A minimum of 2-3 years business analyst experience in the banking and financial services. Excellent stakeholder management skills Strong analytical skills with the ability to define efficient solutions based on input from stakeholders Experience conducting workshops for requirements gathering including working with clients, business stakeholders and technical experts Expert in LEAN process design and process maps Strong written and verbal communication skills Inquisitive, open minded and challenge the status quo where required Experience in change management Self-motivation with a high level of accountability and the ability to drive successful outcomes Proven time management and planning abilities which allow you to identify task dependencies/ critical paths and determine appropriate milestones Experience with UX best-practices, design thinking and empathy testing Experience with enterprise agile and human centered design methodologies Relevant business or technology related degree. Experience with Pega, SAP, Fuse and financial services knowledge including home loans are also highly desirable Joining the Home Loans Originations feature team you will join a team a talented team of analysts, engineers and subject matter experts. This role is a great opportunity for someone passionate about supporting our Broker Home Loan business and the experience of our clients and staff. If you are willing to be flexible, can own and see through tasks/projects to completion and are looking to stretch yourself and grow in a dynamic and professional environment then this may be the role for you. 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

Home Loans Operations Administrator

Macquarie Group

We are undergoing a transformation and growth and we are looking for an exceptional Mortgage Administrator to join the team. We provide administrative processing of clients, through both our Broker and Direct channels. Overall, this role is responsible for completing transactions, processing administrative tasks, responding in an efficient and effective way to incoming requests and fulfilling all work ultimately to deliver exceptional service to the client. You will have previous experience in an administrative role, ideally within financial services or the mortgage industry, with a heavy focus on customer service. Your collaborative approach paired with your ability to develop and nurture relationships with both key internal and external stakeholders will play a big part in your success in the role. You will be a motivated and driven individual with a focus on exceeding your personal, as well as the wider teams' goals. In return, we will enable you to develop your skills, as well as providing a diverse and inclusive environment where you will be comfortable in bringing your whole self to work every day. If this role sounds like you, please apply via the link below. 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

Team Leader - Home Loan Associates

Macquarie Group

During a dynamic phase of growth and technology-led business transformation, Macquarie's Personal Banking Direct team are looking for experienced Team Leaders to join us and lead teams of Home Loan Lending Associates. You will be part of a high performing leadership team looking after a large and expanding team. As a Team Leader, you will be responsible for: Team Culture and Engagement Create a high-performance culture that supports learning, personal development and growth Provide regular coaching and support to members of the team Intensive onboarding of new staff members particularly in their first 90 days with the business Set and achieve agreed balanced scorecard targets Drive team motivation through reward & recognition and celebration of team goals Collaborating with other team leaders on team-building and engagement activity (eg offsites, team building activities etc.) Credit, Product, Process and System Knowledge You will be acknowledged / accredited as having strong credit capability in a residential home lending context Your strong credit knowledge means the Credit Analyst team will gain confidence that your judgement is well calibrated to Macquarie's risk appetite Help identify credit knowledge gaps in team members, and work with the Credit team to address You will build strong product and process knowledge up to and not inclusive of settlement, and have an ability to identify and close knowledge gaps in the team Identify and raise feedback through appropriate channels on changes required to credit policy, products, systems or internal processes Customer Experience, Monitoring and Compliance Closely monitor team's activity through call and file monitoring, sales quality and performance reporting dashboards Ensure regulatory compliance and continuous professional development requirements are being met on time across the team Identify key moments-of-truth in customer experience, and intervene quickly where required to deal with customer escalations and complaints Close liaison with the Client Care team for complaint management / escalation Extract learnings from customer complaints and poor feedback to coach the team or introduce changes to team processes Stakeholder Engagement Engage and build effective working relationships with various internal stakeholders (eg Credit, Client Services, Settlements, Discharges, Product & Technology) to deliver positive outcomes for customers, the team and business Present occasionally to internal or external groups to drive awareness, business activity and engagement To be successful in this role, you will have a minimum of 6 years of experience in residential home loans, preferably in a sales-based environment with people management and coaching experience. You will also have outstanding written and verbal communication skills in order to convey complex terms in a clear and concise manner. You will be motivated to achieve team goals and help the team grow personally and professionally. Tertiary qualification preferable, but not essential. In return, we will enable you to develop your skills and take your career to new heights in a high growth business, as well as a diverse and inclusive environment where you will be comfortable in bringing your whole self to work every day. If you like the sound of joining this fast paced, dynamic and high performing team, please apply via the link. Banking and Financial Services Group (BFS) comprises our retail banking and financial services businesses, providing a diverse range of personal banking, wealth management and business banking products and services to retail customers, advisers, brokers and business clients. BFS operates predominantly in Australia and is organised into three business divisions: Personal Banking, Wealth Management and Business Banking. Find out more about Macquarie careers at www.macquarie.com/careers 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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VIC > Melbourne

Disability Support Worker (Individual/in-home)

ONCALL Group Australia

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

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VIC > Bendigo & High Country

Disability Support Worker (Individual/in-home)

ONCALL Group Australia

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

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VIC > Melbourne

Disability Support Worker (Individual/in-home)

ONCALL Group Australia

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

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VIC > Melbourne

Disability Support Worker (Individual/in-home)

ONCALL Group Australia

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

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VIC > Melbourne

Senior Case Manager - Return to Work

Allianz

Senior Case Manager - Return to Work Leading global insurer that will support your career Be part of a team that's open-minded, supportive and approachable Permanent Fulltime Opportunity What if you could put the customer at the heart of everything you do? At Allianz we understand our customers have differing needs throughout their recovery journey & we hold this at the centre of what all that we do. We have an exciting opportunity available to specialise in assisting longer term (52 weeks +) injured workers to achieving a Return to Work. Return to Work Support is part of Allianz's ongoing commitment to the community that aims to ensure that all our customers get the most appropriate and specialised case management support - specific to their needs. As a Return to Work Case Manager you will be a part of specialised claims team with all members having the same goal of ensuring every worker is provided the highest level support to assist in obtaining return to work outcomes. You'll be responsible for: Creating return to work specific case management plans (as part of a specialist multi-disciplinary team) Supporting customers step-by-step through our Case Management and Injury Management programs Ensuring all case management actions are completed on time and with quality of a positive customer experience in mind Developing trusted relationships with the customers that you support Providing ideas and innovations that support the team in being better Having an attitude that empathises with the needs of the injured worker and a desire to help them in their return to work. Important to your success: Case management skills within a personal injury management scheme Experience in supporting people who have sustained complex injuries An empathetic style and customer focused approach which allows you to 'walk in our customer's shoes' The ability to handle challenging situations and to act in a professional and responsive manner Excellent time management skills The ability to adapt and thrive in changing fast paced environments What's on offer? A unique role that enables to use your customer service and case management expertise in helping those who need it most The opportunity to provide injured workers with the best type of service - A return to work. What matters to you, matters to us too. Feel supported to have open, honest conversations about the flex you need so that you're able to take care of your personal life as well as you lie with us About us: Allianz is the home for those who dare - a supportive place where you can take the initiative to grow and to actively strengthen our global leadership position. By truly caring about people, we foster a culture where our employees are empowered to collaborate, perform, embrace trends and dare to challenge the industry.  Allianz is committed to enabling a culture where inclusion is embedded, everyone belongs and new ideas are embraced. We welcome and value talent from all backgrounds, experiences and ways of working Please advise us if you require any reasonable adjustments to fully participate in the recruitment process or perform the requirements of the role. If you dare, there's an opportunity for you at  www.allianz.com.au/careers #LI-ALLIANZAU

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QLD > Brisbane

Claims Management Officer- Recoveries

RACQ

Description At RACQ we are passionate about providing a high level of service for our members, in their time of need. Rain or shine, we always help our members with kindness and consideration. Customer service and a desire to help is key. We are seeking self-motivated and passionate professionals with a strong recoveries and liability background to join our results-driven and member focused property claims team. In this role you are empowered to proactively manage a portfolio of property recovery claims to secure financial outcomes. Working in a fast-paced environment, every day will be different. There are new people to meet and new things to learn. We thrive as whole RACQ team with strong values, culture, and vision. At RACQ, we provide a wide range of flexible working options. This ensures that we can adapt to member and staff needs. Flexible options include varied shift options and work locations, including work from home. We can also assist with relocation expenses, for those wishing to relocate to Brisbane or the Gold Coast. Training is provided to set you up for success Proactively manage property recoveries Locate responsible parties using internal and external sources Make and/or defend indemnity and liability decisions in an accurate and timely manner Negotiate recovery outcomes with third parties and payment options Interact with multiple stakeholders internally and externally Apply and interpret policy coverage and legislation whilst complying with debt collection guidelines to determine recovery outcomes Actively participate in coaching and training to upskill and build capability within your team About you Ability to effectively manage a claims portfolio is essential Demonstrated ability to effectively manage emotionally charged situations Demonstrated ability in negotiating successful outcomes in a professional and positive manner Demonstrated experience in ensuring an outstanding customer experience, plus empathy and a passion for helping people Strong negotiation, time management and problem solving skills Excellent written, verbal, and interpersonal communication skills (including managing emotionally charged situations) It's an exciting time to be part of RACQ as we continue our transformation towards better, smarter solutions that deliver more security and prosperity for Queenslanders. We're big enough to make a real difference in our community, yet small enough to nurture your professional and personal development. We are committed to ensuring that every employee has access to flexibility in their role. We encourage all candidates to discuss what flexibility means to you and how we can help you find your balance. There's plenty of other perks, too; Free Roadside Assistance, significant discounts on Banking, Assistance, Insurance and Travel products for you and your family Significant discounts on holidays, theme parks, movies, new cars, experiences and so much more Ready to apply? You've got this. Please Note; You will be required to complete a short quiz to see how closely RACQ's culture and values align to yours. RACQ is a 'Circle Back Initiative' employer - we commit to respond to every applicant. Questions? Please contact careers@racq.com.au or visit www.racq.com.au/about/careers/our-recruitment-process Work Locations Eight Mile Plains 2649 Logan Road Eight Mile Plains 4113

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VIC > Melbourne

Claims Service Consultant

Allianz

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

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VIC > Melbourne

After Hours Coordinator

Claro Aged Care and Disability Services

After office hours Inner Melbourne location Enjoy flexibility of working from home and office A career in care and support Claro is seeking an After Hours Coordinator who will be responsible for maintaining collaborative relationships with Claro support workers and team members to ensure the delivery of reliable, quality, individually tailored, compliant customer care to optimise the independence, health, well-being and quality of life for Claro customers. To undertake this role, the After Hours Coordinator will be expected to work agreed hours between 5:30pm and 8:30am Monday to Friday and some weekends, on a rotating roster. Each day will look a little different, but your key responsibilities will likely include: · Work closely with field support leaders to influence and support key messages to Support workers and improve support worker satisfaction · Meticulous organisation, scheduling, approving, amending appointments and rosters to ensure fulfilment and avoid abandonment · Deliver exceptional customer service, appropriately matching customer needs and preferences with support worker capabilities · Effectively communicating and collaborating with stakeholders to deliver customer satisfaction · Investigate or escalate disputes in a timely manner for successful resolution 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 To do well in this role, you will/may have: · Experience in rostering & scheduling support workers in large geographical areas · Awareness of aged care and disability sector · Experience in phone, email and non- face to face service delivery environment · Highly developed organisational skills, ability to maintain attention to detail whilst multi-tasking · High level of interpersonal skills with the capacity to work collaboratively with a diverse range of people 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! Name | # | email 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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After office hours Inner Melbourne location Enjoy flexibility of working from home and office A career in care and support Claro is seeking an After Hours Coordinator who will be responsible for maintaining ...
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QLD > Brisbane

Team Manager, Property & Pet

RACQ

Description We are looking for experienced Team Managers to join our Property & Pet teams. The environment is fast paced, dynamic and evolving. We work within a diverse workforce of energised, enthusiastic, and caring people. Being there for our members is at the heart of all we do. Whether we are assisting them on the phone, pro-actively managing their claims or improving our processes, we constantly strive to deliver the best possible service. In this role you will lead and manage a team of 12-15 frontline staff in our Property & Pet Claims Operations. The roles and responsibilities are wide ranging that include lodging claims, managing simple claims, managing technical or sensitive claims in an end of end claim management process. You will set clear expectations and direction, provide coaching, and motivate your team to succeed. Leading by example to achieve member, operational and engagement goals, and objectives is fundamental. Within the operation we have teams based on site at Eight Mile Plains as well as working from home in Brisbane, Sunshine Coast and Gold Coast. Our leaders need to be flexible, able to work on site, from home or travel occasionally to other locations. Your focus will be on driving team performance by ensuring the proactive, efficient, and fair delivery of claims management. While promoting and undertaking initiatives for ongoing progress across the department. At RACQ and within our department we have a strong culture and an emphasis on staff engagement. You will be one of the team, passionate, considerate, adaptable, and conscientious. Maintain core values, around generosity, excellence, and dedication. About you Proven people leader, engaging with and promoting a positive culture Passionate about adaptability. Able to manage through weather events and changing environments. Feel energised by a fast-paced environment Ability to understand and interpret legislation and technical product documentation. Experience in leading/managing frontline claims teams Experience in developing and maintaining effective relationships with key stakeholders Proven ability to motivate staff to achieve personal and business objectives Demonstrated ability to effectively manage priorities, eliminate roadblocks and create focus to achieve outcomes Contribute to and participate in strategic planning initiatives Foster a member-centric culture An understanding of the claims environment is beneficial Proven experience managing virtual team It's an exciting time to be part of RACQ as we continue to evolve towards better, smarter solutions that deliver more security and prosperity for Queenslanders. We're big enough to make a real difference in our community, yet small enough to nurture your professional and personal development. We are committed to ensuring that every employee has access to flexibility in their role. We encourage all candidates to discuss what flexibility means to you and how we can help you find your balance. As a Team Manager, your core hours are 8.30 am - 5.00 pm Monday - Friday. However, there is a requirement to work rotational hours and weekends. Our core operating hours are currently 7am - 7pm where you will be rostered equitably across the Team Manager Group. Leaders are expected to be flexible where necessary in order to best support the business, their teams and our members. There are plenty of other perks Free Roadside Assistance, significant discounts on Banking, Assistance, Insurance and Travel products for you and your family Significant discounts on holidays, theme parks, movies, new cars, experiences and so much more Ready to apply? You've got this. Please Note: you may be required to complete video interviews, psychometric testing, a medical and/or criminal history check as part of the application process. RACQ is a Circle Back Initiative employer - we commit to respond to every applicant. Questions? Please contact careers@racq.com.au or visit www.racq.com.au/about/careers/our-recruitment-process Work Locations Eight Mile Plains 2649 Logan Road Eight Mile Plains 4113

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NSW > Newcastle & Hunter

Business Support Coordinator

AECOM

Australia - New South Wales, Warabrook Job Summary Working closely with the Office Manager, this role is an integral part of our Newcastle Administration Team and plays a key role in ensuring the smooth and efficient running of the office. You will provide general assistance and support to staff in the office in this busy and rewarding role. Day to day responsibilities will include: Professional completion of company documents such as technical reports, letters and proposals General reception duties Coordination of onboarding processes for new starters Responding to client and staff queries and offering ongoing support Coordination of office facilities and contractors, including management of office first aid kits and test and tag register Meeting room coordination, including catering Basic IT support Coordination of couriers (incoming and outgoing) Support of Singleton office coordination Assist with maintenance of online portals, uploading of insurance certificates Coordinate work from home kits and mobile phones for all staff Ad hoc requests from staff AECOM is a great place to work. We place a high priority on culture, fun and creating an engaging work environment. We offer career development and mentoring, as well as social and wellbeing opportunities. We have been recognised for our commitment to gender equity, value diversity and have a genuine focus on flexibility. Minimum Requirements This is a varied and busy role which would suit someone who is proactive and enjoys working within a collaborative environment. You will have proven experience in an administration role, ideally in a professional services environment. Above all, you will have a friendly and outgoing personality and be someone that enjoys helping others. Experience in a corporate environment is preferred Ability to prioritise tasks, agility, and flexibility to adapt to change A systematic and well-organised workstyle, including strong time and self-management skills Ability to build relationships and communicate with all levels of the business Proficient in Microsoft Office - Outlook, Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Adobe PDF editing software. 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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NSW > NSW North Coast

Project Officer - Recovery

Australian Red Cross

Maximum Term - 12 month contract with possible extension Part time hours - 3 days per week Mid-North Coast NSW location, potential to work from home About us Australian Red Cross is part of the world's largest humanitarian organisation. Our aim is to improve the lives of the most vulnerable people in Australia and across our region. About the role Join our team to play a key role working with communities to implement sustainable and effective community disaster preparedness and recovery initiatives. You will help our team to build the capacity and capability of our amazing volunteers supporting their regional areas. You will help increase community capacity to support a strong, positive recovery from drought and bushfires and to better prepare for future disaster events. What you will bring Previous experience working in with communities impacted by disaster Previous experience working with and developing volunteers would be highly regarded Demonstrated ability to work as part of a geographically diverse team and to take direction from local, regional and state leads Demonstrated understanding of community development strategies A current Working with Children Check and Australian Drivers licence is mandatory for this role. Why work with us Be part of one of the largest humanitarian organisations and know that the work contributes to improving outcomes for vulnerable people. You can access flexible working arrangements and generous salary packaging options that can increase your take home pay by paying certain expenses using pre-tax dollars up to $15,900 a year. Further information For further information about this role, please refer to the position description attached below or contact Jessie Huard on 0414 928 129. Position description: Recovery Officer PD.pdf Applications for this position will close at 11:55pm on Tuesday 13th April 2021.

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... possible extension Part time hours - 3 days per week Mid-North Coast NSW location, potential to work from home About us Australian Red Cross is part of the world's largest humanitarian organisation. Our aim is ...
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WA > Perth

Customer Care Specialist, Perth

Commonwealth Bank

You're a problem solving people person We are a vibrant, enthusiastic team Together we will go above and beyond to support our customers Are you someone who loves helping people? We're on the lookout for Customer Care Specialists who genuinely care about having real, meaningful conversations with our customers. You'll need to go above and beyond when it matters most. Do work that matters In your role you will take inbound calls from customers on a broad range of everyday banking enquiries. You'll leave a lasting impression on your customers by providing friendly, personal and efficient service. You are empathetic and, by walking in the customer's shoes, you'll ask the right questions to understand what they really need. You'll do your very best to resolve all enquiries on the first call and you'll achieve this by building and maintaining an extensive knowledge of our products and processes. We want to hear from people who: Are conversation starters and great at connecting with a diverse range of customers Have a passion for service and care Take pride in delivering exceptional customer service Are natural problem solvers who are proactive in finding solutions Have strong verbal communication skills and are confident speaking on the phone Are able to navigate new technology and computer systems efficiently and accurately. What it's like working in contact centre A role in a contact centre is fast paced, because every day we deal with thousands of customer enquiries. We work in shifts, so you'll know a couple of weeks in advance when you're scheduled to work. And when you're in the contact centre your shift will be structured, so you'll know exactly when you'll be taking your lunch break or able to grab a cup of coffee. Because we're here to support our customers, there are KPIs we need to meet, and you'll be able to track your progress daily. Whether you're making outbound calls or receiving inbound calls, you'll be multi-tasking across two screens with several different systems on the go. But don't worry, we'll support you with great training and be there every step of the way! At CommBank we're proud to support flexible working. The position has been redesigned and repurposed so you can successfully perform your role in the comfort of your own home. All you need is a designated work area, connection to internet and a landline (dedicated for work use only) then leave the rest to us! We'll guide you through virtual training and inductions, workstation setup, self-assessment and e-learning modules to help you adapt to working from home. We'll also schedule occasional in-office days to ensure you can stay engaged and connected with your team. *Please Note - You must be based in Perth to be eligible to apply Role commences on 17th May 2021 You MUST be available for 7 weeks of full time (Virtual) training Monday-Friday, 9am-5pm. Full Time - Work From Home - Monday 9:00am to 5:21pm (Fortnightly hub days in the office) All work equipment provided (Laptop, monitors, etc…) Need more reasons to apply? As well as offering a competitive remuneration package, CommBank employees have access to a variety of benefits including discounts on banking products and services, extra leave options, exclusive discounts to major merchants and much more. Whether you're passionate about customer service, driven by data, or called by creativity, a career here is for you. Our people bring their diverse backgrounds and unique perspectives to build a respectful, inclusive and flexible workplace. One where we're driven by our values, and supported to share ideas, initiatives, and energy. One where making a positive impact for customers, communities and each other is part of our every day. Here, you'll thrive. You'll be supported when faced with challenges, and empowered to tackle new opportunities. We really love working here, and we think you will too. We're determined to make a real difference for Australia's first peoples. We encourage all interested applicants to apply. If you're already part of the Commonwealth Bank Group (including Bankwest), you'll need to apply through Sidekick to submit a valid application. We're keen to support you with the next step in your career.

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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 > Sydney

Senior Structural Engineer - Group Manager

Northrop Consulting Engineers

The Company Northrop Consulting Engineers is an employee-owned, multidisciplinary consultancy that has been established for over 40 years. We have an open management structure and employ over 350 staff across eight offices in NSW, ACT, QLD, and VIC. We are a people business, that grows by creating opportunities for our people to help build the business and their career. When you join Northrop, you join a company that will support you to excel both professionally and personally. Our structural team in Sydney has 60 highly motivated technical staff working alongside owners of the business. The Candidate With 8+ years' experience, chartered or ready to become chartered. You are keen for the next challenge in your career. You will be used to running your own projects with minimal supervision - ideally within the range of $20-$150m. Experience in building projects such as commercial, high-rise, schools, health, industrial, retail and institutional is preferred. We offer a unique opportunity, which is not for everyone. Applications are sought from candidates with the following attributes: 8+ years' experience working as a structural engineering consultant in the Australian market, Sydney experience valued; Experience managing a team desirable - but room to learn for the right candidate; A positive attitude - someone who can see solutions from challenges, and navigate uncertainty; An agile approach to prioritising project commitments and delivery - and an enjoyment of juggling several projects concurrently; Someone who works well with people, and gets joy out of developing junior staff and seeing them succeed; Experience working directly with clients, attending meetings and delegating work Able to communicate clearly, concisely, and compellingly; and, Experience in the some or all the following structural analysis programs desirable: RAPT, ETABS, SLABS, Spacegass, STRAND7, with the ability to mentor junior team members on some or all of these software packages. The Role Our industry-leading Sydney Structural Section requires a high-performing, experienced Senior Structural Engineer to join our team as a Group Manager . This role includes leading structural engineering on projects and direct management of a team of 6-8 engineers. You will be responsible for managing resourcing, career development and overseeing financial performance of projects. You will also have input into the strategic direction of the Structural Section working closely with the Section Manager. Based in our either our Sydney CBD or Parramatta office (or a combination of the two), you will be joining a fast-paced, busy team and will enjoy operating with an appropriate level of autonomy. You will also have the opportunity and empowerment to contribute to the continuous improvement of the Section - through developing new systems and tools, building our technical capability and helping our people reach their full potential. Key components of this role include, but are not limited to: Management of a team of 6-8 engineers Delivering structural projects across various sectors including commercial, education, industrial, residential and health. Opportunities to prepare fee submissions - with ability to learn on the job Opportunities to be involved in business development activities Opportunities to have input into strategic direction into the business - with ability to learn the 'business side' of consulting engineering Northrop managers are encouraged to work flexibly. We find Group Managers generally need 3-4 days within the office per week to work face to face with their team, with an opportunity to work from home 1-2 days per week. Applying Ready to take the next career step and develop to your full potential? Please click the 'Apply' button to complete your application. To organise a confidential discussion regarding this opportunity, please contact Tina Griffiths on tina.griffiths@northrop.com.au We look forward to discussing where you want to take your career at Northrop. Northrop is an equal opportunity employer.

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QLD > Brisbane

Cadet Drafter - Rail

AECOM

Australia - Queensland, Fortitude Valley Job Summary AECOM's Rail team have opportunities for Cadet Drafters, across civil, electrical and mechanical disciplines, to join our Civil Infrastructure - Transport Engineering team in Brisbane. As part of our highly regarded practice, you will be given the opportunity to work in an environment where sharing ideas and dreaming big is supported and encouraged. With access to a myriad of award-winning projects, AECOM will give you the opportunity to build your career in a unique and dynamic, global environment. Working as a Cadet, you will perform technical tasks of limited scope and complexity on projects that deliver high quality outcomes for AECOM clients. You will be given access to industry-leading technology and technical specialists, working on innovative solutions to the world's most complex challenges. At AECOM, we encourage your professional development. As part of the 4-year Cadetship, you will be supported in obtaining your qualification in order to progress your career. You will work full-time, whilst being supported to complete your qualification. Minimum Requirements Keen interest in technology and engineering; Enjoy working in a team environment; A strong sense of commitment, a willingness to learn and a desire to work in a dynamic, deadline driven team environment; Available to work full-time hours. This role is well suited to an individual who has recently completed grade 12, or someone who is currently working towards their Associate Degree (or similar.) You will be a highly motivated individual, looking to build a long term career within a well-established drafting and engineering team. Preferred Qualifications Grade 12 Certificate; Working towards a recognised qualification (e.g. Associate Degree, Bachelor of Engineering Technology, or equivalent), or eligible to enrol ; Capability in Microsoft Office and computer design packages (AutoCAD, Revit or similar). 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 e.g. 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

12D Civil Designer - Rail

AECOM

Australia - Queensland, Fortitude Valley Job Summary Our Rail Team in Brisbane has a fantastic opportunity for a 12D Senior Technical Officer / Civil Designer to join our high performing team in QLD. We currently have Brisbane-based project opportunities to work on some of the largest infrastructure projects in Australia including Cross River Rail - Rail, Integration and Systems Alliance, Gold Coast Light Rail Stage 3 and a National Freight Line project The 12D Senior Technical Officer / Civil Designer role performs technical tasks ranging from low to high complexity and/or of a specialised nature. Working either independently or leading a team to deliver accurate, timely and efficient production of designs, drawings or other technical outputs on complex, multidisciplinary projects that deliver high standard outcomes for AECOM clients. There are several career paths you may follow within AECOM and our aim is to place people in roles that will help both the individual and team to succeed. We encourage your professional and personal development and receive strong mentoring and support in order to progress your career. Minimum Requirements Strong experience in rail and associated infrastructure design and drafting. Strong experience in use of 12d is highly desirable. A strong sense of commitment, a willingness to learn and a desire to work in a dynamic, deadline driven team environment Ability to independently determine and develop an approach to solutions for design/drafting problems of moderate to high complexity and/or scope. Contributes experience in supporting projects and effectively and accurately communicating technical intent to meet delivery requirements The ability to work collaboratively. Establishing and managing effective working relationships with colleagues and clients Excellent oral and written communication skills. Able to communicate at all levels Comprehensive understanding of working in a design office and preparation of engineering design drawings Understanding of other disciplines gained through experience working on multidisciplinary projects. Highly proficient understanding of one or more core CAD software (AutoCAD, MicroStation, Revit and 12D) Preferred Qualifications Appropriate technical qualification; 5 years relevant technical experience; 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 e.g. 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

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

Allens

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

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NSW > Sydney

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

Allens

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

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WA > Perth

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

Allens

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

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VIC > Melbourne

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

Allens

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

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QLD > Brisbane

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

Allens

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

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NSW > Sydney

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

Allens

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

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VIC > Melbourne

Employer Engagement Consultant

Cbus Super

Are you ready to exfoliate your old job and dive fresh faced into an exciting career with Cbus? As an Employer Engagement Consultant with Cbus, you'll be responsible for servicing, retaining and growing Cbus employer membership, by creating and building strong interpersonal relationships with our employers. This role is available in Perth, Adelaide, Melbourne, Sydney or Brisbane with a hybrid of remote working and in office. You'll gain knowledge of Cbus products to deliver a higher level of service in accordance with our Service Enquiry Design procedures. In line with the Cbus Employer segmentation model, this role is responsible for ensuring account plans are effectively managed and the needs of existing employers are not only met but exceeded within agreed service standards. Day to day this looks like: Actively managing a portfolio of segmented Employers and grow value for the Fund through deepening and broadening relationships Servicing of inbound and outbound campaigns, enquiries, emails, live chat managing to resolution in adherence with best practice service Triage and servicing of enquiries and referrals from our outsourcer Link and live chat, managing to resolution Responding efficiently and accurately to employers in line with Cbus' Quality Framework Proactively identify, assess and act on opportunities and ensuring all leads and referrals are acted on in a timely manner We're looking for your everyday Martian, someone who's communication and interpersonal skills - are out of this world! Your previous account/relationship management experience consists of the perfect balance between customer service, growth and retention. You've got a true and genuine sense of people - being able to actively listen, manage conflict, mediate and resolve disputes and complaints. Ideally, you have in-depth Superannuation industry knowledge/expertise - having obtained a recent RG146 accreditation - or would be happy to undertake the accreditation upon commencement. Why Cbus? You can be part of an award-winning organisation that is genuinely committed to delivering workplace diversity, inclusion and flexible working arrangements as an enabler of our purpose - to act in the best interest of our members and maximise their retirement outcomes. Like to know more about working with Cbus? Listen to some of our videos with members of the Cbus team on our website. You will also be able to download the full position description from website - www.cbussuper.com.au/about-us/careers About Cbus Cbus is one of Australia's largest industry superannuation funds and the national industry fund for the construction, building, infrastructure and allied industries. Established in 1984, Cbus provides superannuation benefits to over 780,000 members, has assets over $60 billion, and accepts contributions from more than 150,000 employers. Applications Close: COB Thursday 15 April. Applicants must have current rights to work in Australia Agencies, please note: All Cbus vacancies are managed by our internal Talent Acquisition Team. Should external assistance be required we will reach out to our preferred agency partners, Thank you. Be at the forefront of our Employer Engagement to support our Growth strategy, Phone based role creating & building strong employer relationships, A hybrid of remote working and working from our amazing offices across Australia

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NSW > Sydney

First Aid Trainer

Australian Red Cross

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

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NSW > Sydney

First Aid Trainer

Australian Red Cross

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

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WA > Goldfields & Southern WA

Community Visitors Scheme Officer

Australian Red Cross

Maximum term role - till June 2022 Part time role 19 hours per week Based in Broome,WA About Red Cross Australian Red Cross is part of the largest humanitarian movement in the world seeking to build a better society based on people helping people. About the role The Community Visitors Scheme Officer is responsible for effectively and efficiently delivering the suite of Community Visitors Scheme programs in Western Australia. What you'll bring Proven highly developed organisational and time management skills Excellent records management and general office administration Basic proficiency in MS Office or similar software and experience using databases Why work for us? Work for purpose, know that the work you do enables Red Cross to support and empower people and communities in times of vulnerability. You can access flexible working arrangements and generous salary packaging options that can increase your take home pay by paying certain expenses using pre-tax dollars. Further information For further enquiries please see position description below or contact Daisy Ashworth on 0409191264 Position Description: PD - Community Visitors Scheme Officer (WA) KimberlePy.pdf Applications closing date: 09 April 2021 at 11:55PM AEST

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QLD > Brisbane

Regional Area Leader

Australian Red Cross

Permanent position Full time hours Brisbane, QLD location About us Australian Red Cross is part of the world's largest humanitarian organisation. Our aim is to improve the lives of the most vulnerable people in Australia and across our region. About the role To profitably manage the First Aid & Mental Health training delivery for a specified region. You will transform existing training activities and build a profitable business within your region by delivering the required training and development programs that meet the varied needs of clients/customers. This role will build and develop best in class trainers who play their part in providing a seamless and rewarding customer journey. The Regional Training Area Leader will be accountable for driving performance, managing the sites, and staff within their area to improve quality delivery, achieve designated Key Result Areas and Key Performance Indicators whilst ensuring compliance. What you will bring Operational and management experience in Training, with the ability to manage quality training outcomes for customers; Financial acumen People management experience Ability to manage competing priorities and multiple tasks and meet deadlines Demonstrated ability to work cooperatively and collaboratively with a diverse group of people, including service delivery colleagues to develop plans & funding proposals for projects / programs Why work with us Be part of one of the largest humanitarian organisations and know that the work contributes to improving outcomes for vulnerable people. You can access flexible working arrangements and generous salary packaging options that can increase your take home pay by paying certain expenses using pre-tax dollars up to $15,900 a year. Further information For further information about this role, please refer to the position description attached below or contact Sylwia Labe on 0434 570 061. Position description: Regional Area Leader PD.pdf Applications for this position will close at 11:55pm on Thursday 8th April 2021.

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VIC > Melbourne

Procurement Officer

Australian Red Cross

Permanent position Full time - 38 hours per week Based in North Melbourne, VIC About Red Cross Australian Red Cross is part of the world's largest humanitarian movements seeking to build a better society based on people helping people. Our vision is human dignity, peace, safety, and well-being for all. About the role You will be responsible for assisting the Procurement team in providing assistance to the organisation in relation to key activities that promotes compliance to Procurement policies and procedures. This role will support a customer focused model, whilst delivering continuous improvement through the monitoring of business compliance, educating Red Cross staff, and communicating with our Internal and external suppliers and stakeholders. The role will be responsible for supporting the on-boarding of new suppliers that ensures compliance is met and that Red Cross is meeting corporate social responsibilities. What you will bring Previous experience with Procurement transformation projects Previous experience with an ERP system / expense management systems Previous experience with supplier relationship management Ability to build relationships with internal and external stakeholders, including management Superior communication and influencing skills including strong stakeholder management and change management skills Why work with us? Work for purpose and know that your work helps keep our people and the communities we work with safe. You can access flexible working arrangements and generous salary packaging options that can increase your take home pay by paying certain expenses using pre-tax dollars up to $15,900 a year. Further information For further information about this role, please refer to the position description attached below or contact Gordon Shinnie on 03 9345 1892. Position Description: Procurement Officer.pdf Applications for this position will close at 11:55pm on Tuesday, 13th April 2021.

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VIC > Melbourne

Team Leader, Humanitarian Settlement Program

Australian Red Cross

Full time permanent role at Australian Red Cross Located at 318 Urana Road, Lavington, Albury NSW Applications open 18 March 2021 to 15 April 2021 About Red Cross Australian Red Cross is part of the world's largest humanitarian movements seeking to build a better society based on people helping people. Our vision is human dignity, peace, safety and well-being for all. The Humanitarian Settlement Program (HSP) aims to build the skills and knowledge for social and economic well-being of refugees and humanitarian entrants. The HSP delivers Settlement Services to refugee clients through a tailored, needs-based case management approach. About the role The Team Leader is responsible for the delivery of settlement services to program clients in the Albury Primary Settlement location and to support where required other migration support activities in the Migration Support Programs and Greater Western Red Cross Region as part of the regional leadership group. As the Team Leader, you will supervise and manage the operational performance of case managers and support workers in the delivery of settlement and orientation services to clients. You will coordinate with other service providers and community members to ensure an effective and successful client settlement journey consistent with the contractual expectations of the Australian Government Humanitarian Settlement Program. Additionally, as the senior member in Albury, some administrative responsibilities for the office and resources will be required in liaison with respective Red Cross service programs such as property, fleet and information technology. What you will bring Degree in Social Work/Psychology or Human, Social and Community Services; or other disciplines in combination with relevant post graduate or graduate certificates or vocational certificates in social and community services A Current Australian Driver's License A current NSW Working with Children's Check Registration Demonstrated knowledge and skills in social casework and case management Relevant experience in both client service delivery and/or team leadership in a paid capacity in a social or community service or similar setting Demonstrated capability in giving other professionals support and direction in their case practice with clients and other professionals and agencies Demonstrated capability in working in collaborative environments in the social, community or health sectors Demonstrated capability in working in high demand situations to deliver contractually obliged services to clients. Detailed understanding of, or ability to quickly acquire, a depth of understanding of forced migration and of Australian Government programs to support people in the refugee settlement journey Why work with us? Work for purpose and know that your work will help Red Cross deliver services and programs supporting vulnerable people and communities. The salary for this position is $82,780.88 plus super. You can access flexible working arrangements and generous salary packaging options that can increase your take home pay by paying certain expenses using pre-tax dollars up to $15,900 a year. Further Information To find out more about this opportunity please refer to the position description below. For additional enquiries, please contact Neil Barber on 0427 438 480 for a confidential discussion. Position description: PD - HSP Team Leader Albury .pdf

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VIC > Melbourne

Community Action Coordinator - Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Engagement

Australian Red Cross

Applicants must be Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander. This is a special measure under section 12 of the Equal Opportunity Act 2010 (Vic) Ongoing role Part time (30.4 hours per week) Based in North Melbourne Who we are Australian Red Cross is part of the world's largest humanitarian organisation. Our aim is to improve the lives of the most vulnerable people in Australia and across our region. About the role The Community Action Coordinator - Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander Engagement is a state-wide influencer and support the development of staff, volunteers and members in order to drive engagement and community mobilisation and to deliver on our Reconciliation Plan and work to walk alongside Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples. This will inspire, enable, support, empower, advise and influence Red Cross people and how they work with, partner with and engage with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities in Victoria. The role has capacity to sit on the Victorian Wominjeka Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander leadership team and participate in a range of national Red Cross activities. What you will bring Significant experience working with Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander people/communities and proven ability to build positive connections and relationships Strong ability to be a flexible, positive, empowering and collaborative team member, with the ability to be a problem solver Effective communication and interpersonal skills with the ability to work with a diverse range of people A strong influencer and driver of change Ability to facilitate the development and design of new initiatives and activities Ability to work and support staff, volunteers and/or members Benefits Be part of one of the largest humanitarian organisations and know that the work that you do will help improve outcomes for vulnerable people. You can access flexible working arrangements and generous salary packaging options that can increase your take home pay by paying certain expenses using pre-tax dollars up to $15,900 a year. Further information Please refer to the position description below or contact or Christine Crosby on 03 8327 7923 . PD - Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Identified Community Engagement Coordinator.pdf

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NSW > NSW North Coast

Project Officer - Recovery

Australian Red Cross

Australian Red Cross considers that being Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander is a genuine occupational qualification of this role under s 14 of the Anti-Discrimination Act 1977 (NSW). Maximum term position - 12 months contract Part time - 3 days per week Coffs Harbour & Northern River, NSW locations About us Australian Red Cross is part of the world's largest humanitarian organisation. Our aim is to improve the lives of the most vulnerable people in Australia and across our region. About the role Reporting to the Preparedness and Recovery Coordinator, this role will work to build Red Cross's capacity and capability to deliver community-led recovery programming with Aboriginal and Torres Strait communities impacted by drought and bushfires. The Project Officer will work within a wider community recovery team, which includes volunteers to implement sustainable and effective community recovery initiatives. The Project Officer will work with the Coordinator to increase community capacity in preparedness, recovery and drought and in a changing climate. What you will bring As an Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander person, demonstrate a level of knowledge and understanding of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander cultures, community and country Ability to communicate sensitively and effectively with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities, including the requirement for genuine and transparent consultation and negotiation Basic administrative, organisational and time management skills Events management experience highly regarded Have an understanding of community development A current Working with Children Check and Australian Drivers licence is mandatory for this role. Why work with us Be part of one of the largest humanitarian organisations and know that the work contributes to improving outcomes for vulnerable people. You can access flexible working arrangements and generous salary packaging options that can increase your take home pay by paying certain expenses using pre-tax dollars up to $15,900 a year. Further information For further information about this role, please refer to the position description attached below or contact Julie Perkins on 0404 647 684. Position description: Project Officer - Recovery.pdf Applications for this role will close at 11:55pm on Friday 9th April 2021.

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VIC > Gippsland

Disability Support Worker

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 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. A career you can choose 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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NSW > Illawarra & South Coast

YPP Lead - Nowra

Australian Red Cross

Permanent position Full time hours Nowra, NSW location Aboriginal and Torres Straight Island peoples are encouraged to apply About us Australian Red Cross is part of the world's largest humanitarian organisation. Our aim is to improve the lives of the most vulnerable people in Australia and across our region. About the role The YPP Lead in Nowra is responsible for the operational management of the Nowra site including supervising case management and practice, and ensuring the delivery of a quality, client focused service for young parents and their children. The Lead will support case managers, the Child Development and Volunteer Co-ordinator and Family Educator to work with young parents with complex needs, and carry a small caseload. They will work with the Outreach Team Leader to support a holistic approach to program management and development. Responsibilities include case allocation, case reviews, responding to critical incidents including reporting and staff debriefing, staff supervision, case escalation and direct advocacy. What you will bring Clinical/case management experience and experience in using strengths based, youth friendly, culturally appropriate and early intervention approaches to work effectively and creatively with families with complex needs and behaviours Demonstrated knowledge of evidence based practice in supporting child and adolescent development, and best practice in effective parenting and child protection interventions Demonstrated program management and implementation skills Experience managing, supporting and developing staff and volunteers Demonstrated ability to ensure and develop culturally safe support for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples Ability to manage complex and sensitive case issues, and commitment to confidentiality and capacity to maintain strong professional boundaries Flexible approach to work hours to ensure client and program needs are met A current Working with Children Check and Australian Driver's Licence is mandatory for this role. A current First Aid qualification is also required for this role. Why work with us Be part of one of the largest humanitarian organisations and know that the work contributes to improving outcomes for vulnerable people. You can access flexible working arrangements and generous salary packaging options that can increase your take home pay by paying certain expenses using pre-tax dollars up to $15,900 a year. Further information For further information about this role, please refer to the position description attached below or contact Kate Houlahan on 0447 614 335. Position description: YPP Lead - Nowra.pdf Applications for this position will close at 11:55pm on 11 November 2020.

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VIC > Melbourne

Diversity & Inclusion Lead

Australian Red Cross

Permanent role Full time hours North Melbourne location About Red Cross Australian Red Cross is part of the world's largest humanitarian movements seeking to build a better society based on people helping people. Our vision is human dignity, peace, safety and well-being for all. We promote diversity in all its forms and, in particular, we actively seek to combat racism and intolerance. About the role As a member of the Executive, you will work closely with the CEO, Red Cross Executives and leaders and partner with the Chief People & Culture Officer to successfully implement our diversity and inclusion (D&I) strategy. You will embed and integrate D&I throughout all aspects of our organisation and lead metric-driven diversity, equity and inclusion initiatives through Red Cross systems, processes and people. You will be responsible for disability inclusion, and proactive engagement and coordination of People & Culture initiatives outlined in the Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP) and leading the organisation on addressing equity. You will influence on a range of initiatives relating to diversity, equity and inclusion mobilising a whole of organisation approach. In particular, you will work alongside Australian Red Cross' Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Leadership Team on matters connected with First Nations peoples. What you will bring Experience leading a D&I function in a listed organisation, ideally this would be in a large complex matrixed organisation Strong track record of designing and delivering D&I strategies and programs that support measurable objectives (targets) for diversity, and the ability to lead and work across an organisation Ideally, you will have demonstrated experience working alongside First Nations people in partnership Reputation as a thought leader in the field you will possess a deep knowledge of best practices in D&I and be highly conscious of all aspects of diversity issues with a keen awareness of social power dynamics and ways to shift systemic inequities Ability to influence and build relationships at all levels to drive organisational change, achieved through your passion for helping people fulfil their potential and your skilfulness in facilitating meaningful and difficult conversations Commercially astute and focused on outcomes with a data driven mindset and a demonstrated ability to leverage data and metrics to ensure the effective implementation and measurement of D&I programs Why work with us? Work for purpose and know that your work fosters a diverse and culturally aware organisation. You can access flexible working arrangements and generous salary packaging options that can increase your take home pay by paying certain expenses using pre-tax dollars up to $15,900 a year. Further information To find out more about this opportunity, please refer to the position description below or contact Jane Hollman on 0427 166 988. PD - Diversity & Inclusion Lead.pdf Applications close at 11:55pm AEST on Monday 12 April 2021 Including a cover letter with your application is strongly encouraged for this role.

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QLD > Brisbane

People and Culture Business Partner

Australian Red Cross

Permanent role Full time hours Role based in Brisbane - other locations may be considered About Red Cross Australian Red Cross is part of the world's largest humanitarian movements seeking to build a better society based on people helping people. Our vision is human dignity, peace, safety and well-being for all. Our purpose is supporting and empowering people and communities in times of vulnerability, preventing and alleviating suffering across Australia through mobilising the power of humanity. About the role The People and Culture Business Partner provides operational support and advice in the effective management of the employee lifecycle and is the escalation point for complex volunteer issues across QLD. Focussing on human-centred approaches, this role will work closely with leadership teams, line managers, staff and volunteers to build capacity and knowledge of Red Cross People and Culture policy and practice and strategy implementation. You will build effective relationships with Line Managers to ensure a sound understanding of the HR needs and issues related to those programs, work with specialist roles and committees to resolve issues and support implementation of people and culture based initiatives. You will support the organisation during times of change and provide leadership where these changes impact our people. In addition, you will work closely with other People and Culture staff across the country to ensure the effective implementation of organisation wide strategy and initiatives at a local level. What you will bring Demonstrated generalist HR knowledge and experience Proven ability to provide subject matter expertise and advice on both staff and volunteer case management Experience in implementing HR initiatives in an operational context including supporting significant organisational change and business transformation activity Proven experience in the interpretation and application of industrial instruments Well-developed communication and interpersonal skills with the ability to build and foster strong working relationships with a diverse range of people across multiple programs Strong analysis and problem solving skills with the ability to provide pragmatic and best practice solutions to emerging people issues In addition, a WorkCover Return to Work (RTW) certification, accreditation in Mercer CED Job Evaluation system and/or an active membership of the Australian Human Resources Institute (AHRI) will be highly regarded. Why work with us? Work for purpose and know that your work fosters an engaged, diverse and culturally aware organisation empowered to deliver our humanitarian goals. You can access flexible working arrangements and generous salary packaging options that can increase your take home pay by paying certain expenses using pre-tax dollars up to $15,900 a year. Further Information To find out more about this opportunity please refer to the position description below or contact Alexandra Lawson on 0407 305 154 for a confidential discussion. People and Culture Business Partner QLD PD.pdf

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WA > Perth

Emergency Services Officer - Community Recovery and Resilience

Australian Red Cross

Maximum term role - 12 months contract with the possibility of extension Full time role 38 hours per week Based in the Shire of Mundaring and City of Swan, WA About Red Cross Australian Red Cross is part of the largest humanitarian movement in the world seeking to build a better society based on people helping people. About the role The Project Officer will utilise community development skills to build partnerships and work within a wider community recovery team, which includes volunteers, to implement sustainable and effective community recovery and resilience initiatives following the Wooroloo/Gidgegannup Fire. The Project Officer will work with the Coordinator to increase community capacity in preparedness, recovery and in a changing climate. This role requires a motivated and proactive person who has community engagement experience, excellent networking and time management skills. The role requires a high level of administrative skill, and the ability to operate in complex changing environment within a stressed community. What you'll bring Proven highly developed administrative, organisational and time management skills Highly developed interpersonal skills, including experience in developing and working with volunteers Proven ability to identify new approaches and solutions and be innovative in addressing challenges Capacity to work independently and adaptively within a demanding, changeable and unpredictable environment Demonstrated understanding of community development strategies Why work for us? Work for purpose, know that the work you do enables Red Cross to support and empower people and communities in times of vulnerability. You can access flexible working arrangements and generous salary packaging options that can increase your take home pay by paying certain expenses using pre-tax dollars. Further information For further enquiries please see position description below or contact Karen Edmeades on 0448713604 Applications closing date: 25 March 2021 at 11:55PM AEST Position Description: Emergency Services Officer - Community Recovery and Resilience.pdf

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QLD > Other Regions QLD

Sales Consultant - SME

Eclipx Group

Ready for a challenge? Opportunity to be a part of one of the most exciting sales teams in the Fleet Space - APPLY NOW! Revolutionise sales experience Be part of a fast-paced, collaborative team; Not your average sales role! Our Story so far… Eclipx Group (ECX) has been operating a number of very successful Automotive Financial Services businesses (Fleet Partners, FleetPlus & FleetChoice) for over 15 years. We have recently embarked on an exciting company transformation and the final piece of the puzzle is the establishment of an epic Sales and Customer service team. Be part of the revolution of the Fleet Industry… About your Position… We are seeking a SME Sales Consultant to join our team at our Richmond office. Responsible for the acquisition of new SME customers to Fleet Partners through a variety of channels including inbound, outbound, brokers and business partners to achieve new business sales targets. This role will be responsible for the full sales cycle including prospecting, qualifying leads, quoting, credit applications and agreements.. You will be responsible for: Responsible for new customer acquisition and delivering new business revenue. Achieve company sales targets by acquiring new B2B SME customers to Fleet Partners through a variety of inbound, outbound and partnership channels. Develop and own a sales pipeline of opportunities including new customer leads, qualified applications, and quote requests from new business SME prospects. Build and manage relationships with existing brokers and partners that introduce new customers to Fleet Partners through regular contact strategy. Handle all elements of the acquisition sales cycle including prospecting, qualifying, lease quoting, credit applications and vehicle ordering. Provide value added market intelligence to the Sales and Marketing department including customer, competitor, and product feedback to improve our value proposition to win. Own a sales pipeline and maintain deal status in Salesforce and other operating systems Other duties as required. To be successful tin this role you will possess: Proven consultative and solution-based selling skills preferably through partners or to small business. Demonstrated ability to identify new business opportunities and sell on value not price. Results driven and target focussed and able to build and maintain a sales pipeline. Excellent interpersonal, written and verbal communication skills. Proven ability in managing complex environments and situations. Strong experience and demonstrated ability to influence and build relationships with a broad range of internal and external stakeholders. Ability to deliver outstanding customer service and proactively communicate to meet SLA's and customer expectations. The ability to think strategically and pragmatically at all times. Strong analytical skills high level attention to detail. What's in it for you… We know it takes people with diverse ideas, strengths, interests, and cultural backgrounds to make our company succeed. Be apart of the team who are making change and are doing something disruptive in the market. An attractive remuneration package - including base salary, super and incentive scheme; Added benefits - Including staff discounts, salary packaging, novated vehicle lease, flexibility to work from different sites and from home; Training and Education - We pride ourselves in helping you realise your potential and allowing you to be innovative and grow; An exciting career - As our businessgrows, so do the opportunities for our people! If you think you have what it takes please reach out to us - we can't wait to hear from you!

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NSW > Sydney

Support Worker - East Hills

Claro Aged Care and Disability Services

Short morning shifts to fit around your current clients 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! Working with the RHACs team, you will be providing complex, in home Disability Support one on one with your client. Each day may be different, but your core responsibilities will likely include: Providing aid and support in common daily activities around the home Providing aid and support with hygiene and personal care, 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 Licence 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! 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.

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... growing to meet it! Working with the RHACs team, you will be providing complex, in home Disability Support one on ... across our community and enable people to shine! From our clients to our own teams, people are at ...
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NSW > Sydney

Internal Audit Manager

Lion

We have an exciting opportunity for an experienced and innovative IT/Technology Internal Audit Manager to join the Lion Risk and Audit team (LRA). This is a permanent, full time position reporting to the Group Assurance and Internal Audit Leader and is based at York Street and flexibly from home. The key purpose of this role is to build trust with stakeholders and lead a newly formed team. LRA enhance and protect value by ensuring Lion's control environment (technology and otherwise) is fit for purpose, enables business aspirations and preserves the Group's long-term viability. In this role, you will provide assurance to the Lion Board and our parent organisation (Kirin) through assurance reviews, J-SOX and continuous monitoring/auditing activities in the Technology Risk, IT General Controls and Cyber Risk context. This is a rare opportunity to put your stamp on the delivery of a highly visible internal audit program You will lead and manage teams across dedicated IT Audit and Cyber Risk Assurance internal audits that are required as part of our assurance, JSOX, advisory reviews. You will also champion automated controls testing. You will coach other members of the team and drive upskilling across 'all things' IT audit You will drive quality outcomes and champion continuous improvement across our Internal Audit Team across technology risk. We are seeking someone who is passionate and experienced in IT Auditing activities and is willing and excited to build this expertise in the team. You will also have keen interest in Lion's business and an enthusiasm to learn more. To succeed in the role, you will possess a commercial, risk-based mind-set and be comfortable and resourceful in dealing with ambiguity and change. You will be responsible for: Quality, as well as driving stakeholder value across the technology internal audits and automated control elements on the annual Internal Audit/Assurance Plan including ITGCs on our large-scale J-SOX compliance program Leading and building capability in a team that is looking to upskill its technology risk and data analytics skills Ensuring our approach for Internal Audits remains aligned with the strategic priorities Owning stakeholder relationships and embedding our updated IA methodology Other exciting elements to this role include the launch of our new methodology, coverage of new and emerging parts of our business (including craft breweries in the US), our highly strategic audit plan for F21 and managing a leading co-sourced provider. A demonstrated ability in building relationships, networking, business partnering and influencing peers and stakeholders at all levels will see to your success in this position. It will also be important that you can simplify your communication of technology risk and IT audit elements for non-technology stakeholders. Project management experience will be highly regarded. A suitable candidate would have 8+ years' experience in IT Audit, Technology risk and/or IT General Controls. Direct experience with MS Dynamics, SAP and Data Analytics tools would be highly regarded but not essential. What to expect from us: We're proud of our diverse workforce, acknowledging our people for the unique individuals they are. When it comes to flexibility, we understand that one size doesn't fit all. Our flexible working program, LionFlex enables us to work in ways that support our lifestyle to help us balance our career with the other important things in life. Empower yourself to achieve - start a conversation with us today.

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... Audit Leader and is based at York Street and flexibly from home. The key purpose of this role is to build ... doesn't fit all. Our flexible working program, LionFlex enables us to work in ways that support our lifestyle to ...
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NSW > Gosford & Central Coast

Support Worker - Wyee

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 Wyee. 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! 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

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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... , balance work & home A career in care and support The demand for quality in-home and community ... Australians across our community and enable people to shine! From our clients to our own teams, people are at ...
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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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QLD > Other Regions QLD

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 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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2 weeks ago Details and apply
2 weeks ago Details and Apply
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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2 weeks ago Details and apply
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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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2 weeks ago Details and apply
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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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NSW > Other Regions NSW

Support Worker - Dubbo

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 Dubbo. 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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... , balance work & home A career in care and support The demand for quality in-home and community ... Australians across our community and enable people to shine! From our clients to our own teams, people are at ...
2 weeks ago Details and apply
2 weeks ago Details and Apply
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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... , balance work & home A career in care and support The demand for quality in-home and community ... Australians across our community and enable people to shine! From our clients to our own teams, people are at ...
1 week ago Details and apply
1 week ago Details and Apply
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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VIC > Melbourne

Business and Risk Analyst

Eclipx Group

Are you good at addressing Business challenges? Do you have what it takes to be a Business and Risk Analyst? Apply Now! Revolutionise Business Experience, make your mark; Be part of a fast-paced, collaborative team; Exciting Career Trajectory. Our story so far… Eclipx Group is an ASX listed established leader in vehicle fleet leasing, fleet management and diversified financial services across Australia and New Zealand and offers consumers, businesses, and governments access to solutions including fleet leasing, fleet management services, novated leasing, and medium term accident replacement vehicles through its suite of brands About your Position… We are seeking a Business and Risk Analyst for our role in Melbourne . This involves research and analysis of data and external reports in order to form recommendations of vehicle future values (residual values) and required maintenance budgets. Responsibilities will also include reporting portfolio statistics, identifying key risks and recommending potential mitigation strategies. The role is responsible for the passenger and light commercial vehicle markets, with some limited exposure to the heavy commercial vehicle market. What you will be responsible for… - Recommended Residual Value settings for all vehicles to be quoted by FleetPartners with reviews completed according to the agreed cycles in the agreed formats. - Portfolio valuations (including processing and any necessary support) - Day to day Residual value recommendations as required. - Up to date database of approved residual values - Initiation and support of efficiency initiatives. - Ad hoc portfolio analysis as and when required - Approved maintenance budgets for all quotable vehicles in the designated asset classes To be successful in this role you will: Tertiary qualified in a numeric or analytical discipline eg Economics, Finance, Mathematics, Statistics 3-5 years working experience in an analytical role dealing with large data Experience in analysis of historical data (or varying volumes and alignment), to generate sound forecasts/prediction of future values of individual assets. Working with different analytical techniques, analytical software and the ability to overlay the commercial sense check Knowledge of markets in which the assets are bought, sold and operated Working with different stakeholders on a daily basis Interest or previous involvement in valuation, leasing or automotive sector is desirable Experience preparing reports for stakeholders at all levels of an organization, making specific and evidence-based recommendations and forecasts of future business impacts What's in it for you… We know it takes people with diverse ideas, strengths, interests, and cultural backgrounds to make our company succeed. An attractive remuneration package - including base salary, super and incentive scheme; Added benefits - Including staff discounts, Medical insurance, flexibility to work from different sites and from home; Training and Education - We pride ourselves in helping you realise your potential and allowing you to be innovative and grow; An exciting career - As our business grows, so do the opportunities for our people! If you think you have what it takes please reach out to us - we can't wait to hear from you!

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... incentive scheme; Added benefits - Including staff discounts, Medical insurance, flexibility to work from different sites and from home; Training and Education - We pride ourselves in helping you realise your potential ...
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WA > Perth

Support Worker - Canning Vale

Claro Aged Care and Disability Services

· 2 great positions available - Canning vale location · Monday - 10am-1pm, Wednesday- 10am-1pm and Friday 1pm-3pm · 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 Canningvale. Each day will look a little different, but your key responsibilities will likely include: · Community access · Providing social support · 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: · 1 to 3 years experience working in disability is ideal · Own car and a valid drivers license · Clear communication skills **remember to only list requirements only if they're absolutely compulsory. If there is flexibility, ensure you make this clear in the advert so that we attract to a wider group of audience. 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! email: 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 > Other Regions VIC

Support Worker - Nagambie

Claro Aged Care and Disability Services

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

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NSW > Sydney

Support Worker - Rosemeadow

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 Workers to join our experienced and down-to=earth team in Rosemeadow. 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 Rostered shifts are from 11am to 2pm Monday to Sunday with the opportunity to increase hours working across multiple clients. 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 engage with people with cognitive communication difficulties Cert III or IV in Aged Care or Disability (or equivalent) Valid First Aid and CPR Qualifications Valid Driver's License, Police Check and WWCC Your own vehicle/ means of transport. 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, age, 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

Residential Support Worker - Mckinnon

Claro Aged Care and Disability Services

Permanent part time opportunity - 20 hour per week! Sleepovers (nonactive) required 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 Residential Support Worker to join our experienced and down-to earth team in Mckinnon. 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 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: A certificate III or higher in Disability Care, Home & Community care, Aged Care or Individual Support Experience and knowledge of manual handling Worked with clients who have high needs Experience and knowledge in complex care Knowledge of MS would be desired but not 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! Catherine Ah Kui | Catherine.ahkui@zentas.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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