The Eden Fishermen's Recreation Club is medium sized club located on the Far South Coast of NSW and is seeking people to join our friendly team as a Bar All-Rounder on a casual basis.
To be considered for this role you will:
Hold a current RSA & RCG competency card. Have a focus on providing great customer service. Be available to work a flexible roster including days, nights and weekend shifts. Work well within a team environment. Gaming, Tab and Keno experience an advantage but not necessary
The Walhalla Oktoberfest 2nd and 3rd October 2015 the biggest event in Walhalla since the gold rush.
This event runs over 2 days with fun activities, games, prizes music and plenty of beer and cheers.
The event starts on both days at 1pm starting the event off with the braking of the barrel. with live music on stage this will be a fun day to be had by all. The Saturday event will include the AFL grand final on the big screen TV. activities includes- keg holding competition - stein spree game, miss and mister Oktoberfest best dressed, pool table and beer pong tables Marquee, empty the barrel game, door prizes and giveaways. all staff to be dressed up for the event and costumes will also be on sale and guests encouraged to dress up for the event.
we are looking for staff in the following areas
Bar Staff - cocktail staff - must have current RSA.
Table host and Hostesses - to have fun and entertain guests while taking orders. must have current RSA
A Fun event guest speaker -that can have fun and entertain guests, run the event games and competitions and have fun making people laugh.
security - must have security licence
entertainment - flame stick entertainers, must have your own equipment. And street performers welcome to apply.
German Dancers- to get the crowd involved with activities and to teach guests how to German dance.
cooking staff / chef - basic BBQ on offer, salt and pepper calamari- and selling our Oktoberfest beer pie. chef - to cook up a traditional German feast inside the Walhalla hall, this will be a 3 to 5 course meal for guests on the Friday and sat night.
we can offer accommodation for staff in the Hall and cabin we have booked also transport to Walhalla from Traralgon is available for the event.
tickets go online from the 1st September through oztix.com
if you have experience in any of the job descriptions above please contact us on 0448338601 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Do you fancy yourself a music lover / money maker? We are looking for fun and energetic hospitality staff to join our team at Beyond the Valley 2018, a 4 day camping festival held in beautiful Warragul (90mins from Melbourne). Beyond the Valley is an indie rock music festival running for its 5th year. 3821VIC
Event location: 155 Burnt Store Road, Lardner Event dates: 28th – 31st December 2018 Positions available; RSAVIC
**All staff require a current
Stock co-ordinators Bar supervisors Free camping is available to all staff! If you’re up for working on New Year’s Eve with an amazing team we’d love to hear from you. Please apply via the link below and one of our staff managers will be in contact with you shortly. https://thebackgroundevents.wufoo.com/forms/beyond-the-valley-2018-bar-staff-application/
Looking for experienced child carers to look after my nearly 4 year old daughter - in exchange for FREE room and most meals.
Big room with double bed - can easily fit in another bed (or more!). Would suit single, couple, two friends, or single mum and child.
House is in Paynesville, East Gippsland, Vic. A 2 minute walk to lake, with swimming beaches, bush walks, koala island... the list goes on!
Need help with child care on Wednesdays & Friday IMMEDIATELY and throughout school holidays. I work from home, so will be close on hand to deal with any problems. Daughter is 4 just after Christmas, in to everything and very easy to entertain :-) I would love a little help with cooking, cleaning and gardening (we have a organic vegie garden going strong!) ...but for most of the week you will be free to enjoy summer on the lake!
Looking for fun, creative, trustworthy people who'd like to spend some time enjoying our home and our beautiful town. Qualifications / references would be fantastic!
If you are interested, call on 0498-250736 or email at email@example.com I can send photos & more details - will be listing it on Helpx etc. but thought it might be worth trying a forum first.
We’re looking for an au pair to join our little family on the Far South Coast of NSW. We live in Kalaru, a small village 5 mins drive to Tathra beach. It’s a beautiful part of Australia and we enjoy exploring its many pristine beaches and national parks.
We have twin girls who are 5 months old. Mum is with them at all times so we’d mainly need you as an extra pair of hands to help with the babies, and accompany on trips into town, to the beach or to visit friends etc. Dad often travels for work so, some light housework required, mainly in helping to prepare and clean up after meals.
Food, accommodation and wage included. Please message us if you’re interested.
Our company is seeking an experienced Head Chef. We have grown from one small venue to four, so upward movement is highly likely. Our current team is from Puglia, Rome, Tuscany, America and of course Australia, each bringing their individual talents to South Gippsland. The Head Chef position is responsible for: Staff Management Quality and consistency from food storage, prep, right through to the end of service Author prep lists for each section Monitor freshness of product Maintain organisation of product as per Food Health Safety Guidelines Menu design Ensure efficiency in prep and service Supplier liaison Ordering stock Submit costed rosters The successful candidates will have the following attributes: Minimum 3 years experience, preferably in Italian fare and/or woodfire ovens Hard working with a passion for food and experimentation Be able to work autonomously and within a team Preferably has Cert III or higher in a kitchen- focused diploma Please do not send resumes without the necessary experience and desire for the position.
Join an established and highly regarded Not-for-Profit provider of Aged Care Services
Casual shifts available
Royal Freemasons Sale is a new, state of the art, 144 bed nursing home join a new team and make a real impact in your role. Vital to the success of our site, we are looking for candidates who have an excellent team attitude, are willing to pitch in and help where required and go above and beyond their core duties.
The Medication Endorsed Enrolled Nurse is responsible for providing a high standard of direct care to residents, including the administration of medications, and to contribute to the continuing assessment, planning, delivery, evaluation, and documentation of nursing care to a level which reflects his/her qualification and scope of practice.
You should be highly organised and self-motivated, someone who can manage their time and be flexible with their workloads. If you have proven experience within aged care in a similar residential facility setting, we offer a great team to work with and a supportive working environment.
Demonstrated reliability and passion for aged care
A current registration to the Nurses’ and Midwives Australian Board as an Enrolled Nurse Division 2 (Medication Endorsed)
2+ years’ experience working within a similar facility with high care and dementia residents
Be highly organised, self-motivated with an ability to problem solve and lead a team
Demonstrated strong Medication Competency
Skills in Microsoft Office and excellent communication skills (verbal and written)
Computer and documentation skills
Smart Phone and Home Internet are desirable
At Royal Freemasons, we offer our staff
A work/life balance by ensuring you have fixed permanent shifts on a fortnightly roster. No more rotating rosters! Our staff can roster and manage their own shifts through our electronic self-service rostering system.
A good mix of staff on the floor. Every shift has a Registered Nurse in charge, supported by Endorsed Enrolled Nurses and Personal Care Assistants to provide a high standard of care for our residents.
Technology – embracing autonomy through point of care electronic documentation management. An employee portal to keep you up to date and self-managed eLearning mandatory training.
Salary Packaging - as a Not-for-Profit organisation we provide the ability for our staff to salary package up to $16,173 per annum of your salary (inclusive of salary packaging and the administration fee) which significantly increases the take home value of your remuneration package. Additionally, you can salary package meals, entertainment and facility hire expenses including holiday accommodation up to a maximum of $2,550 per annum.
We are an established and highly regarded Not-for-Profit provider of Aged Care Services across the Residential, Home Care and Retirement Living sectors. We offer salary packaging and a comprehensive employee benefits scheme. With locations across greater Melbourne our staff benefit from great learning and career prospects, fantastic resources and we enjoy an envied reputation for excellence in care.
Royal Freemasons is committed to providing and maintaining a workplace that is safe and without risks to health. This includes a smoke free workplace and influenza vaccine program.
Recruitment Agencies are requested to kindly NOT contact us.
3 - Nurses And Midwives (Victorian Public Sector) (Single Interest Employers) Enterprise Agreement 2016-2020 - EN LEVEL 2.3 (ENY4) Salary $0.00 to $28.83 Hours 64 Position Summary Latrobe Regional Hospital (LRH) is the major provider of specialist health services in the Gippsland region, east of Melbourne. Our comprehensive range of services extends to emergency and intensive care, elective surgery, allied health, obstetrics, medical and radiation oncology at the Gippsland Cancer Care Centre, dialysis and aged care. LRH has a number of outstanding facilities following a recent expansion. These include a cardiac catheterisation laboratory, large Emergency Department, endoscopy suites and modern and contemporary inpatient units. These complement extensive Allied Health amenities including a gym and pool. LRH is the regional provider of mental health services in Gippsland. LRH Mental Health Service operates an integrated specialist mental health program across the region and provides inpatient and community mental health care for adults, children and young people and older persons. Gippsland provides a fantastic regional lifestyle with easy access to Melbourne. An exciting opportunity has arisen for an experienced and suitably qualified Enrolled Nurse - Discovery Program to join the Theatre team at Latrobe Regional Hospital on a FIXED TERM PART TIME. ENROLLED NURSE - DISCOVERY PROGRAM Fixed Term Part time - EFT 0.8 - COMMENCEMENT DATE: February 2020 The Enrolled Nurse Discovery Program is a 12 month program designed to provide Enrolled Nurses with the opportunity to work in a specialist area:
in a supported environment
provide a formal education program to facilitate practice at an advanced level
provide flexibility in your nursing career.
Applicants are required to have a minimum 12-month hospital based clinical experience. The program consists of a 12 month placement in the Theatre Unit. The program has dedicated study days where attendance is compulsory, with mandatory assessments and appraisals. Participants will receive support from Clinical Educators, Unit Managers and allocated mentors. For further information contact; Kate Dowling - Education Manager firstname.lastname@example.org (03) 5173 8502 Applications received on-line. Please include a covering letter addressing the 3 key selection criteria found in the job advertisement and a resume including contact details of two professional referees. Applicants will be required to apply for and satisfactorily obtain a National Police Check and Working with Children Check. Latrobe Regional Hospital is a child safe and equal employment opportunity employer. We recognise and value inclusion and diversity and encourage all people from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds to apply for our positions. LRH’s Koori Health Liaison Officer is available to support Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander descent applicants on (03) 5173 8831. Selection Criteria Essential: Enrolled Nurse registered with AHPRA Essential: Evidence of recent acute clinical experience for 12 months or more. Essential: Evidence of recent professional development. Contact Person Kate Dowling Contact Number (03) 5173 8502 Contact Email email@example.com Alternate Contact Person Janelle McInnes Alternate Contact Number (03) 5173 8839 Closing Date 11/10/2019
Lead, coach and support the NIghtfill team to deliver excellent on shelf availability and merchandising.
Woolworths, a job is never just a job.
It’s the start of something bigger. There are over 128,000 of us, in the biggest cities and the tiniest towns. And each of us have an important role to play. If you have a passion for great customer service, a hunger to make a tangible difference and you’re looking for a place to develop, you could be who we’re looking for.
Who we are
Joining Woolworths Supermarkets means being a part of the wider Woolworths Group, which includes the businesses of BWS, Dan Murphy’s, Big W, Cellarmasters, ALH Group and Countdown (NZ). Which means you won’t have one opportunity with us, you’ll have thousands.
Why work with us
Whether you’re starting out, already on the way to achieving your goals or at the top of your game, we can help you build a brilliant retail career: If you’ve got goals, we’ve got all you need to succeed. You’ll find over a thousand career options, plus the learning encouragement and support for you to grow. We’re a team that is there for each other. By working alongside people you can learn from, you’ll grow and develop in a fun, supportive environment. Working with a diverse range of people in an industry facing rapid change, you’ll gain real-world experience and grow as a person. Whether it’s making customers smile, supporting Aussie farmers, or playing an important role in your local community, you’ll be doing a little good every day at Woolworths.
When you will be needed
This is a full time salary position which will require the successful candidate to work on a rotating roster which will include weekends, early mornings, evenings and late shifts as required.
What makes you right for Woolies
The right attitude is everything.... • Genuine passion for food & shopping • Customer first mentality • Love of teamwork and growing with others • Flexible and adaptable to change • Willing to work and reliable
Joining the Group
As an inclusive, team-first company, our people are at the core of everything we do. As our Group continues to evolve, innovate and support our communities, we encourage our team members to do the same with their own careers, by providing ongoing opportunities to grow and make a real difference.
Woolworths Group is backed by some of Australia’s most recognisable retail businesses, there are always new opportunities on the horizon for all our team members, but most importantly, we’re all about creating better experiences – for our customers and for each other.
We value flexibility, and encourage our team members to work in ways that meet their work/life commitments and support their wellbeing. Diversity and inclusion are important to us, and we work to create a vibrant and inclusive workforce that’s reflective of the communities we’re in.
We are currently seeking applications from Registered and Enrolled Nurses who would like a change from shift work, have no parking problems, and ability to pass on their experience and knowledge about aged care to students. Students are studying Certificate III Aged Care and Diploma of Nursing.
To apply for this position you must have recent experience working in aged care so you can provide the most relevant and up to date teachings to your students.
There are two positions available, both located in beautiful Gippsland. One position is 4 days a week and the other full time. If you have ever wondered what it would be like to live and work in Gippsland this could be just the opportunity. Gippsland has great cafes and restaurants, private and public schools, outdoor and sporting life, cost of living and much more. In fact, it has everything a metropolitan area has to offer but in a more community atmosphere and less traffic to contend with.
This position requires the following:
Teach students of Certificate III Aged Care/Allied Health and Diploma of Nursing
Provide in class theory and practical laboratory lessons to students - there are placement coordinators who manage the off site practical placements
Assess assignments and practical work
Prepare course content and assignments
Related administration in line with the role and to meet compliance requirements
Hours are 8.30am to 4.30pm
So if you are….
Currently registered with Nursing and Midwifery Board of Australia/ AHPRA
Have the right to work in Australia and do not require sponsorship
Hold a current Working with Children Check
Hold a current Certificate IV or above in Training and Assessment (TAE40116) or equivalent
Would like to experience the work life balance Gippsland has to offer
then APPLY NOW or for any enquiries, please contact DFP Gippsland or Sally Rowe-Walser to discuss:
Bega Cheese Group is home to many trusted and wholesome food brands enjoyed in Australia and around the world. Our growth story of becoming a successful ASX listed company with a turnover in excess of $1.5 billion, and over 2000 employees is made possible by our values and outward looking perspective. If you believe in building a Great Australian Food Company, you are curious and creative, and invested in the success and growth of others as much as your own, then you might be the one we are looking for! With a strong regional focus and dedication to community, we are proud of our heritage which continues to build outstanding opportunities for people to develop and thrive.
An exciting opportunity has arisen for a highly motivated Quality Specialist – Continuous Improvement to join our team, reporting to the Quality Manager, Ridge Street.
The focus of the Quality Specialist - Continuous Improvement is to drive continuous improvement in quality performance to ensure the Bega business customer and regulatory body quality expectations are delivered. You will also help to document the quality standards for the division and to ensure compliance to industry, customer and market requirements.
This role will also lead the coordination of complaint processes, including liaison with the consumer call centre and provide insight of performance and trends to the group.
A key to your success will be your ability to work collaboratively with key stakeholders within the business to ensure adequate quality management systems are in place to comply with standards.
To be successful in this role
We look for potential, not only performance. To be successful you will be open about your strengths and weaknesses and prepared to challenge yourself. We value diversity of thinking, experiences and perspectives and listening. Bega people support each other to achieve together.
Additionally you will have:
Experience in the Dairy Industry preferable with skills in the production/manufacturing field essential
Experience in operational excellence, root cause analysis
A degree/diploma in Food Science, Engineering or similar field is desirable
A thorough understanding of Quality Management Systems
Strong leadership qualities and ability to mentor people
Good communicator, practical, team player, able to relate to all levels within the organisation
What you can expect
To be part of a supportive and talented team
Career development and job opportunities
An excellent culture that holds true to company values
An employer that gives back to the communities and charities we work closely with
And amazing employee benefits such as Salary Continuance, Health Insurance Cover, Flexible Work, Purchase Leave, access to the Employee Assistance Program to name a few.
We want to learn about you. Send us a cover letter and resume describing your strengths and how you might apply them in this role.
Applications close: Friday 11th October 2019
We accept applications from all people with the right to live and work in Australia.
Recruiters, we appreciate your interest, but we've got this one covered, thanks!
Allied Health, Specialists, Imaging, Pathology, Eye Centre, Fertility Clinic and day hospital
Administrative support is provided by a dedicated team of Medical Receptionists, led by an experienced Practice Manager, allowing General Practitioners more patient time
All treatments are supported by on-site nursing staff – highly skilled nurses from open till close
Social hours available – work early morning or late evening
Highly sophisticated team of nursing support to help with patient care time
Practice supports continued professional development
Chronic disease management facilitated between General Practitioner and nursing staff
About the Clinic:
Located close to Craigie – City of Joondalup
Open 7 days a week – lucrative for a flexible doctor
Phone and online bookings available – walk ins accepted
Bulk billing clinic
Repeat patient base of 2300+ - growing weekly
Part of a reputable group of health care professionals
Extremely diverse patient base
Collegaite atmosphere that boasts a comfortabel expereince for patients and practitioners
What Should Motivate You:
Ensuring the local community has access to ethical health care
High earning potential
Enjoyable work culture
How to Apply:
Click apply or contact Daniel Cappellacci, Senior Recruitment Consultant on 02 8877 8744 or 0401 252 633 for a confidential discussion. Email firstname.lastname@example.org
Healthcare Professionals Group recruit all positions, at all levels, into; biotechnology, medical devices, pharmaceutical, scientific, medical and medical technology companies; aged care providers, public and private hospitals, health insurance funds, diagnostic and imaging facilities, government departments and charities/NFP organisations. For all healthcare related job opportunities visit www.hpgconnect.com
$65,912.58 - $71,175.66 per annum plus 9.5% superannuation
Fortnightly RDO’s Available
Moonee Valley City Council is a vibrant and diverse municipality. We are a local government within the north-west metropolitan area of Melbourne, providing a range of services to some 118,000 residents and over 10,000 businesses.
At Moonee Valley, our greatest strength is our people. We recruit people who can be better than ourselves and retain people by allowing them to grow at their own pace, providing training opportunities and offering a safe environment where they will be rewarded for their contributions.
Positioned within Council’s Operations department and reporting directly to the Building Maintenance Supervisor, this opportunity will see you completing a wide range of planned building maintenance, repairs and minor works and inspections within required time frames and in accordance with OH&S Regulations, Safe Work Procedures and Council Policies.
In order to be suitable for this role, you will ideally possess:
Certificate III or above in Carpentry and/or Joinery
Demonstrated experience in planned building maintenance, repairs, minor building refurbishment and renovations in commercial buildings
Construction Industry OH&S Induction (White Card), competencies or licenses to operate specialist equipment such as Elevated Work Platforms etc.
Current Victorian Driver’s Licence.
The ability to set up and safely use work shop machinery such as panel, band and mite saws.
The ability to work in a team as well as taking direction
Effective communication, customer service and problem-solving skills.
Ability to complete relevant work management documents including work feedback, inspection, maintenance and fault reports using electronic devices such as a smart, phone, tablet or lap top computer.
A friendly and positive attitude.
Our Culture of Inclusion
If you are interested in the role but feel you may not meet the full range of selection criteria, we encourage you to contact us to discuss your experience and application for this position.
We don’t just accept difference - we celebrate it, we support it, and we thrive on it for the benefit of our employees, our services and our community. With a focus on inclusion, accessibility and flexibility, we'll support you at every stage of your career. We recognise the importance of balance and embrace work agility, understanding that this means different things to each and every one of our employees.
Moonee Valley City Council is proud to be an Equal Opportunity and Child Safe employer and we value diversity and encourage people from different backgrounds to apply, including Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, people from culturally and linguistically diverse (CALD) backgrounds, people of any age or gender, people identifying as lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans and gender diverse, intersex and/or queer (LGBTIQA+) and people with disability. If you have a reasonable adjustment, support or access requirement, we encourage you to let us know through your application or email email@example.com or call 9243 1122.
Next Steps If this sounds like an exciting career challenge that aligns with your personal goals and expertise, we want to hear from you!
Applications must be submitted through our online system https://mooneevalley.mercury.com.au/ and should be in line with the Moonee Valley City Council Application Guide found at the bottom of the advertisement. Applications that do not meet these requirements may not be considered.
For further information please view the Position Description or contact Dave Caton, Building Maintenance Supervisor on 0413 835 038.
Job title: Full Time Physiotherapist / Occupational Therapist needed in Batemans Bay, NSW (New Graduates can also apply)
Hours: 40 Hours a week.
Salary: $70K to $90K (Depending on Experience)
Location: Batemans Bay, NSW
About The Company:
Our client is located in Batemans Bay, NSW and is seeking a Full time Physiotherapist / Occupational Therapist.
Our Client delivers specialist aged care services to improve the quality of life of older Australians. They provide onsite, affordable allied health services to facilities and individual clients across Australia as well as providing aged care education and ACFI consultancy.
New Graduates can also apply
Roles & Responsibilities:
The role would be within a Aged Care Facility, working as part of a small and supportive team of allied health professionals. Reporting to the Therapy Manager you will be responsible for:
Pain Management and Assessments
Providing Ongoing Interventions, Reviews and Referrals
Hands on Therapy techniques
Implementing Treatment Plans
Provide personalized and group therapy sessions
Understanding of ACFI Fundamentals desirable
Working Days - Monday to Friday
Working Hours - 8 hours Daily
Benefits and perks
Our Client offers some of the most competitive salaries in the Industry – Above Award Pay Rates!!!
Career Advancement and 3% CPD on top of your base salary
Employee Benefits Scheme
Work Full Time, Part Time or Casual– Flexibility in days that you would want to work
Fun and Supportive Team Culture
A New Graduate program with a dedicated education and training team
Multiple sites and Facilities available (work close to home)
Attractive salary in line with award + depending on experience
Work with supportive Allied Health and Early Years Teams
Clinical supervision + access to professional development and networking opportunities
Assistance and support to identify longer-term accommodation
CPD grant of $3000 per year available through RWAV for eligible candidates
Relocation grant provided by RWAV for eligible candidates
Excellent opportunity to work as a sole practitioner as part of a supportive trans-disciplinary team. You will work collaboratively with allied health professionals, and the Early Years team to support families in creating an environment that encourages optimum development of children.
You will manage a varied caseload and work with all demographics, from children to adults. You will deliver the speech pathology services to the local community and outreach as required according to established service, work plans and performance measures.
The successful candidate will participate as a part of the community support team and attend relevant team meetings. You will also undertake regular supervision, and be involved in the EQuiP accreditation program as it relates to the Speech Pathology program.
If this sounds like the opportunity for you, then don't delay and apply today.
Tertiary qualification in Speech Pathology
Eligibility for membership of Speech Pathology Australia as a registered practitioner
Excellent knowledge of early childhood speech and language development
Excellent knowledge of evidenced based treatment options for a range of speech pathology diagnoses
Ability to work independently and be self- motivated
Ability to develop and implement consumer led shared team care plans with colleagues in the Allied Health and Early Years teams
Current Drivers Licence, Police Check, WWC or Working with Aged Care as relevant
Ability to drive to remote settings
Experience running preschool or early language/social skills therapeutic groups
Experience working with individuals with complex communication needs
Experience supporting the use of Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC)
Ability to understand accreditation criteria, identify and implement quality activities and risk management strategies
The organisation provides acute, urgent care, medical, surgical, specialist services. It strives to meet community needs using a flexible funding model.
This community health service is renowned as an innovative multipurpose service and has the capacity to embrace a holistic approach to health and wellbeing. It provides not only the acute and aged care facilities, but also many other services to maintain the physical and mental wellbeing of the community. This includes dental, youth and women's health services implemented due to community need.