Our Play2Learn supported playgroups have one key goal – ensuring that children have the best possible access to quality early childhood education. The play-centred program supports young children to develop their social skills, independence and in turn their capacity to learn. We need someone who is committed to the safety, health and wellbeing of children, who is passionate about developing their appetite for learning and enabling a smooth transition into school.
Save the Children is no ordinary not-for-profit.
We’re ambitious, creative and outspoken. We stand up for children’s rights. We want all children to be educated, healthy and live a life free from violence. We run programs in Australia and overseas and, if there’s a disaster - like an earthquake, drought or conflict – we are there on the ground.
Where you come in:
In this part-time, max-term position (5 hours each Friday, until June 2020), you will co-ordinate the planning, implementation and review of culturally appropriate developmental play and learning experiences for children. You will provide support and information to parents on developmental issues and make appropriate referrals to other health, education and welfare agencies. Based in Hay, you will be part of our Murrumbidgee Early Childhood Care and Development team and report to our Team Leader.
You will make an impact by:
Planning and facilitating weekly playgroup sessions
Finding creative ways to encourage vulnerable families to engage with our support programs
Identifying and addressing physical, social/emotional and educational needs
Referring to families to access other relevant programs or welfare agencies
Process monitoring, data collection and reporting
If we could compose the perfect you…
… You have experience in early childhood programs, a ‘toolkit’ of strategies and the ability to think on your feet. Your infectious enthusiasm for your job will see you actively seeking out families in need of support. You consider yourself a team player; you love partnerships, collaboration and have an ‘all-hands-on-deck’ attitude.
This role requires:
Minimum Certificate III in Children’s Services (or equivalent, or progress towards with significant experience)
Proven experience delivering Early Childhood Education services
Knowledge of child and family issues and an understanding of child development stages and influences
Ability to build relationships with adults and children from diverse cultural and socio-economic backgrounds
Current valid driver’s licence
Working at Save the Children is more than just a job.
It’s the feeling of knowing that your work is contributing to making the world a better place for children and working with others who feel the same.
In addition to a connection to social causes, you will have access to:
Individual learning plans to assist in your career development
Internal employment and development opportunities
Friendly and flexible work environment
Award rate salary plus full salary packaging benefits
Professional supervision training and monthly supervision sessions
We’d love to hear from you. Submit your cover letter and resume by clicking on one of the buttons in the ‘Apply’ section.
At Save the Children, we seek a workforce that is as diverse as our society – in race, ethnicity, gender, age, sexuality, cultures and beliefs – and reflects the communities we work in. We believe diversity and inclusion are fundamental to our culture and core values and we demonstrate this commitment through all our employment practices. Our inclusive workplace culture contributes to making Save the Children a great place to work.
Save the Children Australia is a child-safe organisation. All employees are required to undergo a National Police Check, a Working with Children Check where necessary, and sign our Child Safeguarding Policy and Code of Conduct.
Purpose of the Role Under the direction of the Irrigation Manager will implement and coordinate day-to-day activities in relation to the irrigation on the Vineyard. You will ensure the scheduled irrigation and fertigation programs are completed correctly and on time. You will also ensure all irrigation infrastructure is serviced, repaired and well maintained. Key Responsibilities Assist in implementing, measuring and recording of the Irrigation in the vineyard; Assist the Irrigation Manager when required with repairs and maintenance of the Irrigation System; Assist in the design of trials, implement, measure and record data; Day to day operations of machinery in the vineyard as required; Pest, disease and weed management; Daily maintenance checks of plant and equipment; Accurate record keeping of spray applications as required; Keep records up to date in pre-start check books, for all plant and equipment; Participate and assist in implementing a culture of safety in the vineyard; Adhere to and cultivate an environment based on safe working practices; Follow Work Health and Safety procedures and company policies; Participate in Toolbox and WHS Call meetings and other meetings as required; Maintain a sound relationship with Management and provide assistance as required; Undertake other day to day operations of the vineyard as required. Capability Profile: Formal Education: Irrigation qualification or genuine enthusiasm to work within Viticulture and a keen willingness to learn Skills and Knowledge: Chemical User Permit or willingness to complete. Have experience and knowledge of operating vineyard machinery. Prior experience working in a large scale vineyard operation is essential. To enjoy working in the outdoors. Good communication and time management skills. Key Competencies: Be able to work independently or as part of a team Safety awareness Flexible/adaptable Reliable
Currently looking for 2 x NBN Technicians to start work in Wagga Wagga NSW. Our client is currently searching for 2 x NBN Technicians who have 1 year minimum experience to Perform Fibre Optic Cable Installations work within the telecommunications industry. Required Skills: Excellent written and verbal communication Ability to work under pressure and achieve deadlines with a positive attitude Ability to adapt to situations using logical reasoning and critical thinking High focus on safety including understanding and adhering to HSEQ policies and procedures Ability to work as part of a team to lead and motivate others Reliable, Punctual and flexible What the role involves: Sub-duct & Pit installation Rod & Roping Ducts Locating, replacing and removing redundant cable Examining & drawings As builts (plans) Liaising with management & on-site supervisors Prerequisites we would take into consideration: Asbestos Accreditation Current First Aid & CPR Certificate Traffic controller certificate Wagga Wagga Full time NBN
The Palm & Pawn Hotel in North Wagga Wagga has recently been acquired by W. Short Hospitality and we are currently looking for experienced and passionate Chefs and Cooks to be part of what is going to be an exciting project for the hotel and group. Full time Cook and Chef positions available: Relevant Qualifications Minimum 2 years experience in a similar role Experience with coaching and mentoring junior staff Have the ability to work efficiently under pressure in a fast paced environment A passion for excellent quality food, produce and service Be reliable, punctual and hard workings Have strong communication skills Be able to maintain kitchen procedures and WHS standards Have sound knowledge of food, health & safety Available to work a mix of weekends & nights Have Australian working rights Salaries: $55,000 - $60,000 depending on experience. Hours: 38+hrs / week
Meat processing is the largest manufacturing industry in Australia, and there are many opportunities for a stable, long-term career – this is just the first step! What does this mean for you? This means that if you are reliable and hardworking, and can commit to working safely and following procedures in a physical job, we would like to hear from you. We can offer you a Full time , permanent job with proper industry training and supportive management with pay rate starting at $19.49 p.h + superannuation. You will be a valued team member, and will work in a fast-paced environment that has a focus on safety and wellbeing. About the job: We are seeking experienced meat workers (boners, slicers and slaughterman) and general entry production workers who value coming to work in a safe and supportive environment, with an Equal Opportunity Employer and are seeking a career path offering stability and rewarding commitment. With various areas requiring reliable new team members, depending on your previous experience and skill sets, you could find yourself doing any of the following activities: Production work/process line Trimming, cutting, boning and slicing Cleaning and sterilising work areas and equipment Meatpacking General labouring Chiller room operations Operation of equipment and machinery Distribution and warehousing Packing Scanning Industrial cleaning To be successful, you must meet the following requirements: Australian Citizen/Permanent Residency/Full Working Rights in Australia are essential Be able to provide two reference checks Why work for us? Award rates apply Full time Permanent (38hrs a week) Day shift and Night shift available Opportunity for overtime Soft landing process after relocation Training and progression opportunities Relocation assistance provided – Terms & Conditions apply Salary : $38512 p.a Hourly rates : $19.49 p.h Positions are available for an immediate start following due process. All applications are treated with complete confidentiality. To apply online, please click on the appropriate link. Please note only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.
Are you passionate about Customer Service? Do you enjoy building long-term relationships with members? Are you ready for your next challenge? Then this may be the opportunity you have been waiting for.
Beyond Bank Australia is a customer owned bank with branches nationally. In addition to providing high quality banking services, we are committed to benefiting our customers and their communities.
We currently have an exciting full-time opportunity located at the Chatswood branch. Reporting to the Senior Relationship Manager, you will operate in a collaborative environment, delivering a distinctive customer experience.
As Relationship Advisor, you will:
Provide a local customer owned banking experience to new and existing customers
Proactively connect customer needs to Beyond Banks offerings through excellent listening skills
Manage general enquiries and provide sound advice and information to our customers
Contribute to a high achieving team environment with your commitment to success and strong work ethic
Engage and assist customers to identify short, medium, long term needs and aspirations
Collaborate with specialists in the business to deliver the best solution for the customer
Experience in lending is desirable
Sound knowledge of Beyond Bank Australia products and services
A passion for building lasting customer relationships and serving the local community
The ability to work cohesively as part of a collaborative team
Excellent problem solving and analytical skills
If you are passionate about customer service and want to make a difference within the local community we want to hear from you today!
This is an opportunity to join a values-driven organisation that offers the opportunity for you to grow your career. Beyond Bank is an equal opportunity employer with a commitment to diversity at all levels. To be eligible to apply, you must be an Australian/New Zealand citizen or hold permanent residency status in Australia.
Beyond Bank is an equal opportunity employer with a commitment to diversity at all levels
As a certified B Corp we are using our business as a force for good.
We have two full time labouring positions available at our piggery with an immediate start, for a six month period. The main tasks will be general duties around the farm and pig sheds such as cleaning and site maintenance, and may involve some pig stockmanship.
You must have excellent English, be fit, hardworking and reliable, with a drivers license. There is no accommodation available on the farm, and you will require your own transport to get to work.
This role will be eligible to claim towards your regional work for a second year visa.
To apply, please email your resume detailing your work history with at least two contactable Australian references to email@example.com.
My client is seeking a REGISTERED NURSE to join their friendly team in their facility in Leeton to work a variety of shifts across 7 days.
Culture and values are important to my client and the successful candidate must be willing to uphold their values in their role. These include a commitment to providing exceptional care and being truly passionate about aged care.
Essentials for the role:
Proven skills in clinical care, palliation and clinical decision making
Able to manage a care team and support care delivery to their residents
3 years + experience in aged care as Registered Nurse in Australia
Demonstrate person centred care
Current Registration with AHPRA
If you think you could be right for the position please get in touch with firstname.lastname@example.org.
MURRUMBIDGEE LOCAL HEALTH DISTRICT - Wagga Wagga, NSW
Health, Medical & Pharmaceutical Source: uWorkin
Employment Type: Temporary Full Time (August 2019 - September 2020) Position Classification: Health Manager Level 2 Remuneration: $95,426 - $105,839 per annum Hours Per Week: 38 Requisition ID: REQ118037 Maternity Leave Relief Applications Close: 28 July 2019
Health and Safety Advisor (Albury or Wagga)
Murrumbidgee Local Health District (MLHD) spans 125,243 square kilometres across southern New South Wales, stretching from the Snowy Mountains in the east to the plains of Hillston in the northwest and all the way along the Victorian border.
As the largest employer in the region, with over 4,000 healthcare staff working across 33 hospitals and 12 primary health care centres, we are supported by hundreds of volunteers who make an invaluable contribution to enriching the lives of people in our care.
About the role
A fantastic opportunity exists to join our proactive and contemporary team to provide a high level of leadership, direction and support in work health safety to a portfolio of clients at regional health facilities.
With the ability to choose your work location (Albury or Wagga Wagga) you will be dedicated to making a difference to safety health and wellbeing within a public health setting.
In this key role you will be charged with ensuring that our facilities continue to recognise the importance of safety culture and the benefits of a strong employee wellbeing focus. In conjunction, you will also ensure the provision of timely advice and support around safety management and ensuring proactive regulatory and statutory compliance.
Whilst this role has a greater focus on WHS, you will also implement and maintain on-site early intervention and workplace rehabilitation strategies aimed at minimising impacts on employees and the organisation.
What are we looking for?
Highly desirable, yet not mandatory, you will have transferable experience working within large, geographically dispersed organisations within public or private health, local government or larger not-for profit settings.
In particular, your skill set will include:
Relevant qualifications and experience in work health safety and training and assessment.
Extensive knowledge and demonstrated experience in WHS management systems
Experience in applying WHS Legislation
Demonstrated experience in auditing procedures including evaluating and documenting audit evidence
Demonstrated experience in providing advice and leadership in implementing safety culture change
High level of computer literacy and demonstrated ability in managing IT systems.
What can we offer you?
To become part of our collaborative and cohesive unit, committed to embedding a high performing health and safety culture
To be part of a team of 12 health safety and wellbeing professionals, which includes three Health Safety and Rehabilitation Advisors
A competitive salary (dependent on skills and experience), as well as great salary packaging opportunities to maximise your ‘take home earnings’
MLHD is an Equal Opportunity Employer and encourage all suitably qualified applicants to apply, including Aboriginal People and people from racial, ethnic or ethno-religious minority groups and people with disability.
Looking for zucchini pickers Hard job Free accommodation offered plus wifi Seven days a week. Minimum work available for two months to a maximum of 5 months Work is available now Please message only. No calling Your details of nationality age gender and how many people would like to work 0400777040
Work location is YOUNG NSW 2594
Flexible shifts: Monday – Sunday. Positions Available NOW
We pay by the bucket so the more you pick the more we pay you! Potential to earn average of $60 – $120 per day. Backpackers welcome!
Work commences at approximately 7.00am each morning Monday to Sunday or as the weather permits. Hand harvest usually concludes at 1.00pm to 2.00 pm as the weather is usually too hot for harvest after this time. Picking may resume in the late afternoon depending on the weather. Flexible shifts available – some shorter days may be worked.
Picking zucchini is not difficult with all work carried out from the ground. There are no thorns or any other impediment to the picker. The fruit is grown in blocks of rows and is picked every day – weather permitting.
Free accomodation and free wifi or free Camping onsite is available for pickers. Power, toilet, shower & kitchen facilities available.
Please SMS your details to us only 0400 777 040
Your Name: Age: Male/Female? CONTACT NUMBER! Where are you from? Which town/city are you in now? Do you have any other qualified skills?
URGENT *** Today ONLY *** END OF CHERRYSEASON IN YOUNG *** ******TUESDAY 16th DECEMBER ***** ###### WANT TO MAKESOME $$ CASH $$ B4 CHRISTMAS ######
Leaving Newcastle TODAY .. going to Young have 3-7 DAYS work at Small Orchard … … starting WEDNESDAY … ** Sorry for short notice someone just cancelled **
I have vehicle & space for 1 -2 others (1 needs driver licence) SORRY can only guarantee that much work …BUT.. ## Other orchards in area will have Plums etc starting after Xmas ## From Young easy to travel onto to – (W) Griffith , (N) Orange (S) Shepparton that all have various fruit harvests underway at this time of year.. ## Young is about halfway between Sydney & Melbourne with daily train/coach services ## Will be making 1 trip to Newcastle & 1 to Melbourne b4 Xmas, so space available (possibility to make some cash too selling cherries at w/end market).. (or I will need to make some alternative arrangements).. ## Your own tent & sleeping bag .. Can camp onsite for free (Very Basic Facilities) ## $50 (total not each if 2 people) for fuel (total fuel cost is $100-$110) on this trip (sorry this was a ‘dry trip’ , if I bring cherries up to sell it covers fuel costs).. TODAY BY 2pm KNOW ME LET .. ## To be ready to leave Newcastle this evening (by 10-11pm at latest) ## TO NEEDYOU Call or Txt – Paul on 0448 559 289
2017 Cherry Harvest will commence in early November and continue until early January. Approximately 2 months with work usually available 7 days a week. 2nd Year Visa suitable - Young NSW - The 2016 cherry season is here we require 12 Cherry Pickers to work across our cherry orchards. On farm camp site available with basic facilities including kitchen, laundry, shower and toilets. For further information or application information, please email admin@eastlakes.NET
Hard job Accommodation offered plus wifi available. Seven days a week. Minimum work available for two months to a maximum of 5 months Work is available now Please message Your details and how many people would like to work 0448 775 959 Thank you
Work location is YOUNG NSW 2594
Flexible shifts: Monday – Sunday. Positions Available NOW
$18 to $25 an hour Work commences in morning Monday to Sunday or as the weather permits. Hand harvest usually concludes at 1.00pm to 2.00 pm as the weather is usually too hot for harvest after this time. Picking may resume in the late afternoon depending on the weather. Flexible shifts available – some shorter days may be worked. We are also flexible with days off upone request, but notice will need to be given in advance Picking zucchini is not There are no thorns or any other impediment to the picker. The fruit is grown in blocks of rows and is picked every day – weather permitting.
Camping onsite is available for pickers. Power, toilet, shower & kitchen facilities available.
Please SMS your details to us via message
0448 775 959 Your Name: Age: Male/Female? CONTACT NUMBER! Where are you from? Which town/city are you in now? Do you have any other qualified skills?
We are looking for a traveller or couple who would like to work on an Australian Cattle property. We are located approximately 30 minutes from Wagga Wagga, which is about 4.5hrs from both Sydney and Melbourne. Wagga has a population of over 70,000 people so there is plenty to see and do nearby.
Work would include general farm duties, such as stock work, feeding stock, repairs, gardening, labouring etc. Some experience with driving tractors would be preferable. We are looking for someone that is honest and reliable.
Drivers License Essential. Own vehicle would be preferable however a vehicle can be provided for limited use if required.
We will be providing accommodation in a self contained 2 bedroom farm cottage and $150 per week for approximately 4 hours per day, 6 days per week, with additional paid work available for good workers..
This work will qualify for the 2nd year holiday visa
Send a letter or CV through and recent photo and we will be in touch.
Jobs available with Beekeeping business in Tumut NSW, Australia. No experience necessary, but must be fit and prepared to work in various locations. Must not be allergic to bees! $20/hour. Accomodation available on farm. Immediate start. Phone John 0427268135.
Experienced tractor operator required must have experience in seeding/ crop planting with direct drills Late model case tractors with auto steer Will be using a johndeere disc seeder and a tyne air seeder Applicant must come from a farming background / have own vehicle as the job is working on different farms / speak fluent English and be capable of working Alone position starts around 25 February and will finish around mid June with the possibility of more work good pay rates 5 days per week 50 + hrs caravan park or pub accommodation available
Seeking applications from people interested in casual employment as Grain Harvest workers.
Manpower is working with GrainFlow to recruit their Casual workforce for the 2015/16 Harvest.
GrainFlow Grain Centres are state of the art grain storage and handling facilities, delivering a fast and efficient professional service to grain growers.
Experience in the grain storage industry or a similar role is an advantage but not essential as training is provided. Positions are available across sites located in rural NSW. You must be able to work flexible hours and various shifts and ideally hold a current driver's license.
Roles available include:
• Tarp Team Leader • Stack Maintainer • Site Administrator • On Farm Pick-up Coordinator • Site 2 IC • Grain Sampler • Data Entry Clerk • Grain Handler • Tarp Team Member • Front-end Loader Operator • Elevator Operator • Drive Over Grid Operator • Weighbridge Operator
Terms of Employment include being available for random drug and alcohol testing and a great attitude to safety. We are an equal opportunity employer.
In the first instance please register your interest in a role by applying to this Ad. You will be required to complete a brief application form and attach a CV, you need only to apply once to register your interest for all sites. The Harvest Recruitment Team will contact you to discuss your application,skills and preferred locations.