This iconic fashion power house is the leader in women's cutting edge fashion with 60+ stores across Australia. It has become the destination retailer to those with a feminine yet flirty style. They also have a fantastic range of top quality ladies fashion!! Their designs are inspired by the latest trends from catwalks around the globe and delivered to you in high quality garments at an affordable price.
About the Role
As the Store Manager you will need to take a hands on approach to every aspect in store. You will be responsible for implementing visual merchandising changes according to company guidelines, analysing stock line reports, and driving sales. Your management style will have a focus on training and developing your team while achieving stores targets, KPI's and providing excellent customer service in a boutique environment.
Skills & Experience
Previous retail management experience • Experience in volume fashion • Ability to coach using KPI's • Analyse reports & implement changes • Rostering to wage budgets • Visual merchandising • Open communication style
Benefits & Rewards Generous base salary + yearly bonuses • Rotating roster with a THREE day weekend twice a month • Staff discount - 40% off - extended out to your friends and family • Loyal customer following • Established loyal customer base
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We are currently seeking an energetic and results driven Part Sales Coordinator to join our Parts team at our Wagga site.
Reporting to the Parts Supervisor, you will be committed to delivering exceptional service to all our customers. You will be a highly motivated, resourceful and proactive individual who thrives on a challenging, fast paced role and is absolutely passionate about creating a positive point of difference to the customer’s experience.
What you need to demonstrate:
Previous experience in a high level customer service role (preferably in a technical/industrial environment)
Dealership exposure in a parts sales environment (advantageous)
High level problem solving skills and the ability to manage multiple tasks in a high pressure environment
Sound computer literacy skills – MS Office and internet based applications
Excellent communication skills (verbal, written and interpersonal) coupled with strong stakeholder relationship skills
Positive attitude and a passion to deliver the best outcome for the customer
An aptitude and interest in technical/industrial products/services
Mechanical trade qualification and familiarity with Caterpillar processes or equipment would be highly regarded
This is a pivotal role which offers you training, support and exposure to various areas within the business providing you with an opportunity to develop a long term career with a world leading dealership.
WesTrac Pty Ltd is an Equipment Management business and one of the world's leading Caterpillar Dealerships, operating in NSW, ACT and WA. Our primary focus is our people. We know that our success is the result of more than 3,000 talented people working together to achieve amazing outcomes. Now as we look to the future, we're more focused than ever on harnessing the best talent for our business.
The WesTrac culture is about energy, enthusiasm, contribution and being able to make a difference in what we do at work and beyond. You will be able to maximise value whilst continuing the investment we have in our most important asset, our people.
WesTrac offers various employee benefits including company funded income protection, salary packaging options, corporate private health plan, and a Fitness Passport allowing access to over 200+ gyms and pools at discounted rates.
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Work alongside highly experienced fellow ENTs
Well supported environment by private hospital and attractive incentives to be elaborated further on discussion
Suitable role for an ENT surgeon, combining public and private hospital appointment
Proactive support to assist your family relocating and finding work in the area
Potential to also hone your skills and be considered for an academic appointment
Close collaboration with public and private hospital
As an Ear Nose and Throat Surgeon you will examine, diagnose and provide treatment options for patients of all ages. Use your expertise to problem solve in one of the most sophisticated areas of the body, responsible for essential functions such as swallowing, eating and drinking.
There is great scope in the role to create new ways to effectively treat patients as out-patients as part of project and quality project implementation.
Work between public and private hospital settings. Academic appointment is also available within the area with close links to affiliated Universities.
This private hospital has eight modern operating theatres across two campuses, offering both day and overnight surgical medical services. The sites offer surgical, medical, ICU, CU, HDU, rehabilitation, cardiology, cancer and sleep studies units to meet patient needs across a broad caseload. Hospital services a catchment population of 300,000 people.
Fellowship with Royal Australian College of Surgeons or Advanced Trainee level scheduled to attain fellowship in the coming 6 months
Excellent communication skills and empathic practice for a patient’s care journey
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We are a well-established company located in Griffith, New South Wales.
We required an experienced, committed and energetic Administrative Office Manager/HR to lead and manage our team of administration staff. You will be reporting directly into the Business Manager directly to ensure the proper management of the administration office, payroll, human resources, bookkeeping . You will be expected to refine current procedures and ensure staffs are trained and clear with regards to their duties and responsibilities.
Contributing to the planning and review of office services, and setting priorities and office service standards such as developing and maintaining written operational policies and procedures
Allocating human resources, space and equipment
Assigning work to and monitoring work performance of staff
Managing records and accounts of the office such as accounts receivable, account payable, invoice coding, raising purchase orders and processing payments, budget tracking, month-end billing for all contracts and reconciling credit card expenses
Liaising with professionals to coordinate office business and to facilitate resolution of problems
Setting up new contract files and maintaining existing contracts, maintaining existing contract compliance documentation
Managing physical facilities and ensuring buildings and equipment are maintained
Ensuring compliance with occupational health and safety regulations
Ensuring work complies with relevant government legislation, policies and procedures
Managing all performance reviews and recruitment for the company, maintain employee records, management of office staff, oversee monthly reports and assist the managing director in reviewing and developing human resource policies
A degree in business administration
At least 2 years experience in a similar role
Exceptional communication skills and team orientated
Sound people management skills
The ability to identify improvement opportunities and implement changes
Computer savvy, competent in all Microsoft products
Sound organisational skills and the ability to multi task
Results driven and focused on continual improvement
Timeliness and accuracy of job creation and invoicing
Annual salary of $70,000 plus superannuation*
A great culture where you enjoy going to work everyday**
A opportunity to lead a successful company and get involved in the operations of the company
If you're interested in this role apply forward your resume.
The Edward River region offers a peaceful country atmosphere and tranquil lifestyle, while being strategically located in the middle of the Adelaide-Melbourne-Sydney triangle and close to the thriving regional hubs of Albury-Wodonga, Echuca-Moama, Shepparton and Wagga Wagga
Edward River Council is currently seeking applications from suitably qualified and experienced individuals for the position of Planning Officer in our Environmental Services team.
Reporting to the Manager Environmental Services, you will be responsible for processing and assessing development applications in accordance with the requirements of the Environmental Planning and Assessment Act 1979 and other relevant legislation. Energetic and self-motivated with excellent communication skills, you will work well with limited supervision and be confident liaising with a range of internal and external stakeholders, including members of the public, applicants and developers, and State Government agencies.
To be considered for this role, you will hold a recognised tertiary qualification in Urban and Regional Planning or similar discipline, or be nearing completion, and possess a sound knowledge of planning and environment legislation.
Experienced, graduate and newly qualified planners are all encouraged to apply.
The appointment will be in accordance with the Local Government State Award and Council's policies and conditions of employment. The role offers an attractive annual salary within the range of $81,106 to $101,290, depending on qualifications, experience and skills, plus superannuation.
For a confidential discussion regarding this opportunity, contact Council’s Manager Environmental Services, Julie Rogers, on (03) 5898 3000 or via email at email@example.com.
Applications, including a cover letter, copy of your current CV and a statement addressing key selection criteria, should Click Apply by 5.00pm Friday, 12 April 2019.
About Your Next Role Are you an experienced Boiler Operator with knowledge on chemical recovery boilers, power boilers, turbines and steam distribution systems? We are looking for 2 Operators, who will become responsible for maximising plant efficiency and ensuring equipment is operated within set standards and parameters through safe and efficient operation and monitoring of plant and equipment within the Mill including, digester, fibre line, re-causticing, lime kiln, chemical recovery island, power/steam system and utilities.
This is an exciting opportunity to be a part of an Australia-owned success story!
More About You To be successful in this role, you will come from a Trade background with demonstrated mechanical and operations experience within a Chemical Recovery Manufacturing environment. You need to be a flexible and adaptable individual with the ability to analyse and troubleshoot plant operations and the experience working with Computerised Control Systems. Your ability to participate in a shared 24/7 call out schedule and your enthusiastic attitude will set you aside from the rest.
The Reward This multifaceted role will see you constantly challenged and rewarded while working for one of the largest manufacturing organisations in Australia. As such, you can expect an industry leading salary, ongoing learning, coupled with daily support, coaching, mentoring and the prospect of unlimited advancement opportunities.
The Company An iconic leader in paper and packaging products with a focus on the wise use and re-use of scarce resources, our client's vision is to be the leading provider in their field services through a dynamic business model that fosters innovative, sustainable solutions for superior returns. They are always working to improve their business; either by building on their current strengths or investing in new activities.
Apply Now! If you are looking for a great opportunity where you will be fully supported and trained to further develop within your area of expertise. Alternatively, contact Lynette Brown on 0450 022 439 quoting ref # 210319POC/LB for a confidential discussion.
Now for a Bit About Us; ArcTree Consulting is a Brisbane-based HR Management Consultancy operating throughout Australia and New Zealand, boasting an impressive list of clients ranging from expanding SME's to global organisations. Operating for over nine years, we have developed a strong reputation for possessing high-quality service offerings, including assessment & evaluation, recruitment, compliance, and training & development support to organisations – Find out more by visiting our website!
Large, successful & rapid growing Aged Care Services organisation
Excellent Salary Packaging options
The Haven is our 148-bed home located within the peaceful setting of landscaped gardens in Wagga Wagga NSW. Currently, we are offering an outstanding opportunity to lead our team at The Haven in the role of Residential Manager. This is a permanent full-time role where the successful applicant will have the opportunity to work with a well-established team.
This leadership role is critical to the success of our organisation as we work to grow and transform ourselves as a care provider of choice. The role of the Residential Manager will be to provide vision, leadership and operational management of the home consistent with our mission, philosophy and commitment to the delivery of high quality care to our residents.
Responsibilities will also include:
Working closely with the Commissioning team on the integration of The Haven Community and Catholic Healthcare;
Implement and maintain CHL systems, policies and procedures that comply with legal and funding requirements;
Manage risk and continuously improve service quality;
Manage the resources of the home effectively and accordingly against benchmarks and parameters, and more.
Requirements for the ideal candidate:
Current registration with AHPRA;
Solid and recent operational and organisational management experience within the Aged Care industry;
Proven competency in Residential Aged Care facility operational planning, strategic and innovative thinking, resource management, rostering and budget management;
Advanced and strong clinical care planning and ACFI experience;
Excellent knowledge of the Aged Care Accreditation Standards;
A truly collaborative, compassionate approach to work with, and an ability to inspire a team;
Passionate about making a difference for our residents, families and staff;
An exceptional communicator who is collaborative and values relationships.
We are a leading not-for-profit provider of residential aged care, home and community, retirement living and healthcare across NSW and SE QLD. As a values driven organisation we are passionate about the service we provide to our residents, clients and their families
If this opportunity appeals to you then we’d love to hear from you. Please apply online now. We welcome your application.
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Employment Type: Permanent Part Time Position Classification: Clinical Nurse Specialist Gde 2 Remuneration: $98,288.77 - $101,518.63 per annum pro rata. Hours Per Week: 36 Requisition ID: REQ97378 Vaccination Category: A Applications Close: 3 April 2019 Great job. Great communities. Great lifestyle. Where you will be working At Murrumbidgee Local Health District we provide a range of public health services to the Riverina and Murray regions of New South Wales across a geographic area of approximately 125,631 square kilometres. With around 241,000 residents living within our District we employ approximately 3,500 staff who work in our 31 facilities and support services. Our facilities include a Rural Referral Hospital, Base and District Hospitals, Multi-Purpose Services and Community Health Facilities. What you will be doing Please note this is a LHD wide position providing clinics of Griffith and supporting other communities. Clinical Nurse Specialist Grade 2 (CNS2) and Clinical Midwife Specialist Grade 2 (CMS2) are crucial members of the Murrumbidgee Local Health District Nursing and Midwifery Workforce. The CNS2/CMS2 is responsible for the provision of high level patient centred, evidence-based clinical nursing care and is expected to embrace and lead a practice development philosophy in the delivery of that care. The Clinical Nurse Specialist, Grade 2 (CNS2) is responsible for delivering complex specialist nursing care and leading development of specialist clinical practice and service delivery to provide effective quality care for patients/clients with complex care needs. The Community Care Tuberculosis Care Coordinator Clinical Nurse Specialist (CNS) Grade 2 is part of a Multidisciplinary Team with a LHD wide focus on Tuberculosis treatment, prevention and refugee health. The CNS2 is responsible for the provision of education on refugee health and services related to the prevention, control, detection, surveillance, education, and treatment of Tuberculosis and is a LHD wide position providing clinics at Griffith and supporting other communities. The CNS/CMS2 will demonstrate the ability to act as a professional role model, delivering a high level capacity for patient advocacy and cost benefit practice while demonstrating the ability to act as a change agent, provide effective clinical leadership and the ability to practice as an autonomous professional with the capacity to work within a multidisciplinary team environment. Selection Criteria
Registered with the Nursing and Midwifery Board of Australia (NMBA), with demonstrated evidence to meet the NMBA's Registered Nurse standards for practice and meet the NMBA approved standards, codes, guidelines and frameworks commensurate with the position.
Post graduate qualifications relevant to the specialty and at least 3 years fulltime equivalent clinical experience in the specialty of the specified post graduate qualification
Demonstrated commitment to own professional development to maintain, improve and broaden knowledge, expertise and competence, capability and develop the personal and professional qualities required through the use of research and evidence based practice reflecting an understanding of contemporary matters
Please refer to the for the essential requirements and full selection criteria. Your application must include a current resume and address all selection criteria. Additional Information This recruitment process includes pre-employment Online Safe for Work screening. If you are applying for a Category 'A' position, please read and understand NSW Health . All new employees must agree to comply with the requirements outlined in this policy. Please note that to apply for this position you must be an Australian Citizen or Permanent Resident of Australia, or be able to independently and legally live and work in Australia by way of your own Temporary Visa. For Visa information please see Find out more about for this position. For role related queries or questions contact Denise Newman on 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.
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At Southern Cross Care we believe that our purpose is to empower older people to ‘live life to the full’. We offer a full continuum of personalised, expert services and adapt to meet the needs of each person and their family, providing aged care services through home care, retirement living and residential facilities. At SCC people are at the heart of everything we do. We have a passion to provide the best care to our clients and to ensure we care and support our employees in achieving this goal.
About the role:
We are currently looking for accomplished Registered Nurse to join our Assumption Villa Aged Care Facility with 50 beds based in Leeton, NSW 2705
The position is Full Time Permanent, Mon-Friday shifts 9am - 5pm + on call shifts (in rotation)
Carry out the initial and on-going assessment, planning and management of nursing care for residents and ensure the individual needs of residents are identified and met
Review all residents file frequently including behaviour, observation, medication, wound charts and progression note entries.
Provide complex care services
Advocate on behalf of residents to medical and allied health professionals
A babysitter wanted in The Rock for 4 children, babysitting in The Rock. We are a family of six, who live on a game at The Rock. I’m a midwife who works a 5 day fortnight roster & my husband works in the wool industry often working away. I sometimes need help when he away & I’m working also for social event that we attend -
A successful IT business is expanding and looking for a Helpdesk technician.
This in-demand position is ideal for a technical minded person with high level customer skills, and who is looking to kick start or continue building a successful career in one of Australia's fastest growing industries.
This role would suit a professional with a strong appreciation for ongoing training and a great company culture.
The successful candidate will have:
Experience in Azure and Office 365
Excellent communication skills
Proactive team player
Strong troubleshooting skills
Helpdesk experience in a similar role
Familiarity with SolarWinds N-Central and remote monitoring and management
Salary is negotiable depending on experience.
This position is based in Griffith, NSW. The major regional city of Griffith is both a cultural and industrial hub, boasting a strong agricultural connection with world class wineries and food production. Surrounded by green landscapes, The city and the encompassing towns offer a relaxed lifestyle with affordable housing, excellent schools and medical facilities, as well as being highly accessible by car, rail and air. With an array of museums, parks, and sports clubs, there are festivals and events throughout the year to keep residents and tourists entertained. -
Murrumbidgee Local Health District - Wagga Wagga, NSW
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Employment Type: Temporary Part Time (April 2019 until December 2020) Position Classification: Health Manager Level 2 Remuneration: $95,426 - $113,183 per annum pro rata Hours Per Week: 16 Requisition ID: REQ98273
Vaccination Category: A
Applications Close: 9 April 2019
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Where you will be working
Wagga Wagga Base Hospital (WWBH) is one of the busiest rural hospitals in NSW with 300 beds over 40,000 emergency presentations, 1,100 births and approximately 11,000 operations each year. With the new hospital being built in 2016. WWBH provides medical, surgical, paediatric, obstetric, rehabilitation, and mental health acute and sub-acute inpatient services. Specialties include cardiovascular, gastroenterology, renal medicine, obstetrics, orthopaedics, psychiatry and paediatrics. There is also the provision of a full range of allied health and support services.
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What you will be doing
The position of the Rural Adversity Mental Health Program (RAMHP) Coordinator is to raise awareness of, and help address, the short and long term mental health needs of people in the Murrumbidgee Local Health District resulting from or preparing for rural adversity.
The primary aim of the RAMHP Coordinator is to identify communities and individuals who live in rural and remote NSW experiencing or at risk of developing signs and symptoms of mental illness or distress and develop pathways to care so that they, and their families and carers, can be connected with services and programs.
The RAMHP Coordinator will provide information about mental illness and services and programs to the whole community and to targeted individuals to facilitate recognition of when an individual may need extra support for their mental health. The RAMHP Coordinator will provide education services to targeted rural agencies and services that have contact with people experiencing adversity and build their capacity to respond and refer to appropriate services.
The RAMHP Coordinator will work in partnership with the mental health teams, clinicians and their respective communities to improve mental health referral processes. This will include strategies to improve the mental health literacy and referral/response capacity of people working in rural areas, and promote a system of care that is closely integrated, linking industry and other health sectors. The RAMHP Coordinator may be required to attend clinical team meetings from as required.
The RAMHP Coordinator will be connected to interagency and other networks as required. The Coordinator will work with and support the mental health and family and carer teams to ensure that patients, families and carers are provided with the information they need to look after their own mental health.
The effectiveness of the position relies on positive relationships with all key partners, and any conflicts should be resolved in ways that maintain the positive reputation of the project, the LHD and the CRRMH.
The position will be required to:
Prepare regular formal update reports to the Line Manager or delegate as required, and to the RAMHP Program Manager.
Provide ad hoc progress information to the Line Manager and to the RAMHP Program Manager as issues arise or in response to requests.
Participate in regular telephone and face-to-face meetings of RAMHP staff across NSW.
assist with the provision of information to the funding body at regular intervals and in response to ad hoc requests.
Make decisions regarding the day-to-day operational management of particular aspects of the project(s) in pursuit of the agreed project plan.
Collaborate with the Line Manager and the RAMHP Program Manager if a decision is made to work on projects or activities that do not address the agreed project plan.
Relevant tertiary qualifications (or equivalent experience) in health, welfare, health promotion or community development related field.
High level of mental health literacy and demonstrated ability to discuss mental health issues with a variety of people.
Demonstrated sound understanding of rural and agricultural issues, particularly as they relate to mental wellbeing and rural adversity.
Please refer to the Position Description for the essential requirements and full selection criteria. Your application must include a current resume and address all selection criteria.
This position is a 2 day a week position that is intended to become full-time in 2021 if the contract is renewed.
If you are applying for a Category ‘A’ position, please read and understand NSW Health Policy Directive PD2018_009. All new employees must agree to comply with the requirements outlined in this policy.
Please note that to apply for this position you must be an Australian Citizen or Permanent Resident of Australia, or be able to independently and legally live and work in Australia by way of your own Temporary Visa. For visa information, please see www.immi.gov.au
Find out more about applying for this position.
For role related queries or questions contact Erica Engelbrecht on Erica.Engelbrecht@health.nsw.gov.au
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 experienced Social Workers for a very important rewarding opportunity. Motivated professionals will be needed to provide trauma-informed treatment models for assessment, evidence based intervention/therapy and case management for drug and alcohol roles and roles working with older adults
As part of this rewarding role you will be working within the local community and working within a multi-disciplinary team on the site you will be responsible for:
High quality mental health assessment, treatment and intervention
Successful management of patient behaviour, grief and emotions
Providing a variety of therapeutic based approaches
Focus on building relationships and assisting people day to day with effective communication and service
Successful Applicant will have:
Current registration within the AASW
Relevant Nursing, Social Work or Psychology based degree
Experience working within a similar position
Understanding and experience of the what the position requires listed above
Proven written and verbal communication skills of a high standard with relevant keyboard and computer/computer software skills
This is a very rewarding opportunity, for those that wish to further their professional development in a tropical and exotic location just off the coast of Australia.
We're a quite working couple, we need help to take care of our 5 month old boy. We are located in a farm 15km from Leeton, there is a possibility to work in the farm as well when there is no need at home. We would like to have a quite and clean person, fun and lovely with our boy. We look forward to hear from you!