Are you looking for a rewarding role where you can make a real difference?
Do you want to be a part of a leading Community Services provider?
Then we want to hear from you!
Who are we?
Challenge Community Services has the vision that people everywhere in our community will experience the power of inclusion through relationships, voice and action. Starting in 1958 in a town hall in Tamworth Challenge has grown to become a leader in out of home care and disability support. We employ over 600 people across 68 sites in NSW.
Challenge Community Services is always on the lookout for a highly motivated and passionate Case Worker to join our Foster Care team based in Albury.
This role works closely with families, carers and wider government agencies and regulatory bodies to support children and young people in foster care. No two days will look the same in this position as you manage a variety of cases in your day to day work.
Who are we looking for?
We are looking for superstar team players to join us here at Challenge, who enjoy having a bit of fun, loves people and are passionate about making a difference in the lives of others. You’re also:
An excellent communicator- you can have a chat, but you’re also an expert listener
Fantastically organized, your time management skills are great and taking initiative is second nature for you
Empathetic and committed to playing your part in improving the lives of children and young people
Resilient- you know sometimes things don’t always go to plan but you’re happy to be flexible and adaptable regardless
Able to understand the importance of maintaining confidentiality and professionalism at all times
Enjoys working autonomously, and has the ability to think on their feet and make decisions in complex situations
What are the Essentials?
Previous experience in a similar role or in any position related to Out of Home Care is essential
A Certificate 4 in Community Services or similar is highly desirable for this role, although not essential
You will be an outstanding communicator with the ability to build and maintain strong relationships with others
You’ll need excellent written skills, including the ability to write reports and complete formal documentation
A demonstrable ability to work well both autonomously and with a team
Able to be flexible and to work non-standard hours as required
A current NSW Working With Children’s check (or willingness to obtain prior to commencement)
Unencumbered NSW driver’s license
Come and join our team!
At Challenge Community Services we believe our employees are key to our success, we’re looking for great, caring, passionate people, so we offer a range of benefits to our team including:
Competitive rates of pay and salary packaging options
Paid maternity leave
Benefits banking with NAB
Negotiated extra leave
Salary insurance and journey accident cover
If this sounds like you then we want to hear from you!
Please register your interest with both your resume and cover letter using the link below
EWORKS EMPLOYMENT SOLUTIONS INC - West Wodonga, VIC
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Our client is a successful Design and Engineering firm located in Albury Wodonga. They are an innovative, leading and world class supplier of bespoke, high quality products.
They are currently looking for a highly motivated and driven professional to join their Production Team as a Team Leader. Reporting to the Managing Director your primary responsibility will be ensuring efficiencies for the day to day running of the production team, ensuring expected outcomes are met at all times. To be successful in this role you will need:
Expert in Stainless and Mild Steel
Have a great attitude with high quality expectations
Take pride in your work and be part of our innovative team
The ability to lead a small team
The ability to read plans and liaise with Architects and Builders
Strong communication skills
Ability to understand entire project value
This position would suit a passionate leader who is willing and capable of making change and adapting to a growing and innovative organisation. An attractive salary package is on offer along with the opportunity to develop an amazing skill set and experience in high quality and innovative engineering and construction solutions.
Our client's pharmacy is located in a small town of approx 7500 people located 2.5 hours north of Melbourne on the Murray River. They are people focused and our customers are one large family to them. Their staff are a more intimate family and get along well. The area is about an hours drive from the larger regional towns of Albury-Wodonga and Shepparton and 40 minuts from Wangaratta.
Leisure activites are many and varied and include water activites such as fishing, boating, waterskiing and sailing, golf and there are the wine districts of Rutherglen and the King Valley within an easy drive. In winter it is 2.5 hours to Falls Creek, Mt Buller and Mt Hotham for those so inclined.
They don't do methadone or suboxone.
The pharmacy is focused on delivering exceptional levels of customer service and has a vested interest in customer healthcare needs.
This role is a full-time position which requires you to work Saturdays and Sundays on rotation roster.
Whats on offer
A negotiate base hourly rate depending on qualifications and experience;
Assistance with relocation;
Some rental assistance would also be available;
Fantastic team and work culture lead by the owners which will provide you autonomy and job satisfaction.
You will be responsible for the following:
Supervise and ensure schedule medicines are handled correctly, following Pharmacists only and Pharmacy only medicines procedure;
Provide and maintain excellent customer service for each and every customer within the guidelines and regulations of the profession.
Follow QCPP standards and procedures;
Ensure prescriptions are dispensed according to the national health regulations;
To be successful in this role: You must have:
Pharmacy Degree in Australia or overseas;
The applicant must be a registered pharmacist with AHPRA accreditation;
Previous experience with at least 1 to 2 years working as a pharmacist in Australia;
Excellent communication skills;
Willingness and desire to assist in delivering health solutions;
Be self-motivated and show initiative;
A friendly personality with a professional manner;
Ability to multi-tasking and patient focused.
The ability to work well within a team, but also autonomously;
Supervision skills to oversee the tech team and lead by example;
Desire as a pharmacist a willingness to spend a considerable amount of time on the floor talking to customers.
Ability to get the job done and seeing things through to the end with the necessitates sometimes going above and beyond what the customer expects.
You ideally have:
Ability to start within 4 weeks;
Previous experience with Minfos dispense and POS;
Willingness to consider further training e.g. AACP accreditation or vaccination accreditation if not already done.
Availability to work a rotational weekend roster.
If you believe that you would be suitable for this exciting position then we would love to hear from you.
Want to have a confidential chat or would like to know more about the role, then please phone Ivor on 0411109077.
Please submit your application by clicking the 'apply' button below.
Also please note, only those required for an interview will be contacted.
Albury Wodonga Health – Paediatrics requires an enthusiastic registered nurse to join our dynamic paediatric team.
Primary responsibilities of this role is to work within a support team delivering evidence based care to paediatric patients using a family based approach. The paediatric unit delivers care to a wide range of medical, surgical and mental health presentations.
AWH offers full orientation and training, salary sacrifice and the opportunity to be a part of a supportive and friendly team within a growing organisation.
Candidates meeting the following mandatory criteria are encouraged to apply:
Current registration as a Registered Nurse with Australian Health Practitioner Regulation
Recent acute Paediatric nursing experience together with sound paediatric clinical knowledge and skills
Ability to work to professional standards within a changing environment
Well-developed written, oral, interpersonal communication and negotiation skills.
The ability to work within a multidisciplinary team
Demonstrate and ability to organise and prioritise work load within an ever changing environment
Salary and conditions of employment will be in accordance with the NSW nurses award.
Successful applicants will be required to complete appropriate Criminal Record Screening paperwork/processes in order for AWH to meet its obligations regarding screening for serious criminal offences (within and external to Australia). Applicants unable to commit to this screening process should not submit an application for employment.
Successful applicants will be required to complete mandatory orientation modules using the AWH e-learning system prior to commencing employment.
This is a Category A position. Successful applicants of Category A positions must provide evidence of vaccination prior to commencement.
AWH is unable to support applicants requiring sponsorship
Please refer to the Position Description (see attachments) for more details on this position and required Selection Criteria.
Should you have any questions regarding this position, please contact, Samantha peet Nurse Unit manager. On (02) 60584404
AWH is an Equal Opportunity Employer; we encourage applications from Indigenous Australians, people with disabilities, young people and people from culturally diverse backgrounds.
Apply via this website, go to 'Apply Now' (at bottom of page) to complete the Application Form. Please ensure that each Selection Criteria is addressed. Also ensure you attach a copy of your resume (including names and contact details of two professional referees). Other documents you feel are relevant may also be attached; however this is limited to 5 documents of no greater than 2 Mega Bytes.
NB if you experience any difficulties with this website or completing the application process, please email firstname.lastname@example.org. Please note this address is for enquires only and applications cannot be submitted via this email.
Applications not received via the Vic Government Careers system by the closing date will not be accepted.
Our client is a Wangaratta-based company seeking an enthusiastic goal orientated individual who welcomes a challenge and thrives on working in a team environment.
The primary responsibility of this position is to effectively plan and schedule the manufacturing production program .
Position responsibilities include but are not limited to: Daily liaison with Sales, Production Supervisors, Engineering, Logistics and other key stakeholders Establish and maintain through liaison with key stakeholders the production planning rules Coordination of MRP forecasting process and input Responsible for managing consignment stock levels Maintain MRP system including set up of Jobs, Product Structures, Bills of Material, etc. Based on Sales Order delivery dates using production rules maintain the Master Schedule Issue “Job Status Report” weekly to Production Manager Monitor On-Time Delivery performance against Planned Dispatch dates Direct contact with stakeholders on delivery issues, material shortages, quality matters, and other day-to-day operational issues
The successful candidate will need to possess the following skills and experience:
Planning experience in manufacturing Relevant professional qualification desirable Strong oral and written communication skills Experience with an ERP / MRP System (Sightline) and Lean Manufacturing Strong attention to detail Excellent Customer Service skills Have the ability to work independently resolving issues in coordination with Sales, Engineering, Logistics and Manufacturing departments.
In this role you will need to meet set timeframes and deadlines, display an attention to detail and commitment to the highest levels of internal and external customer service.
If this sounds like the position for you, please contact Dan Sawyer for more information on (020 60416286 -
Opportunity to progress career Salary Sacrificing (NFP)
Consumer focused organisation The Organisation: Not for Profit organisation that are extremely consumer focused. This is a place where they support and value staff and reward them accordingly with paid learning and development as well as promoting within. They are happy to look at experienced RN's who are ready to step up into a Care Manager Role.
The Role - Care Manager This role calls for an experienced In Charge RN or previous Care Manager to provide and over see quality care and services to all residents and their families. Responsibilities include, coordination of clinical services across the site, coordination of funding assessments and submissions, managing nursing and personal care activities and effective implementation of care policies and procedures. You will be well supported in this role.
Salary: Over $100,000 package + salary sacrificing
Benefits: Not For Profit Organisation Career progression. Promote within. Induction programme. Excellent Support offered from management Opportunity to step up Mon- Fri.
Additional resources: ACFI coordinator Quality Team Education Nurses RN's on the floor Supportive Manager well respected in the industry.
Essential Criteria: You will have current registration with AHPRA Demonstrated professional clinical nursing skills, The ability to lead and motivate staff Consultative management style and commitment to continuous improvement. A current driver's licence is required. Drive change If you would like to have a discussion about this role please hit "APPLY NOW" or contact me, Carol-Ann, directly on the details below. NAME: Carol-Ann O'Shaughnessy PHONE: 02 8202 7544 MOBILE: 0413 787 786 EMAIL: email@example.com -
Gateway Health is seeking an experienced and suitably qualified professional for this exciting career opportunity. As a member of the Executive team and reporting directly to the CEO, the Manager of People & Culture will build on the caring end enabling culture to drive the strategic organisational objectives. Position: Open
We need a responsible, punctual and organized housekeeper with experience in cleaning. Duties include services such as Kitchen cleaning, Bathroom cleaning and Window cleaning. Looking forward to hearing from you.
Created by Jenna-Lee.
2 Hr. / Week
Starts: 27/02/2018 Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat Sun
General room cleaning
Household help requirements
Comfortable with Pets
Why a rate range?
The rate ranges presented are based on local averages. After applying, you can specify your desired rate and negotiate it during the hiring process.
Thousands of customers turn to Reece because of our reputation for “having what you need, when you need it, where you need it.” It's all about delivering the best service possible - a commitment we live by every day.
Our core business is supplying plumbing and bathroom products and services to plumbers, builders and retail customers. Our staff are a vital part of our business, providing friendly, expert service.
We have an opportunity for a Local Delivery Driver to join our team in Shepparton. You’ll work as part of the branch team to deliver exceptional service.
Key responsibilities include:
Picking orders, loading delivery vehicles and delivering goods in a safe and timely manner
Use of in house technologies to accurately track, submit and complete delivery runs
Customer Service (this includes maintaining a friendly, tidy and professional appearance)
Assisting in branch stock management activities and maintaining a high standard of general housekeeping within the branch and vehicles
Embracing the Reece values, policies and procedures and being a supportive team member
If you have the following attributes, we would like to hear from you:
Great at customer service
A confident communicator
Current driver’s licence
MR and Forklift licence required
Basic computer skills
Commitment to learning and professional development
You won't need industry experience, just confidence, initiative, enthusiasm and ambition! Previous delivery or customer service experience would be valued (MR and Forklift licence required).
You will receive on the job training and the opportunity to move along the Reece Career Pipeline.
Apply today! This is your chance to join an Australian icon and industry leader that offers excellent conditions and training and development opportunities.
A North Eastern VIC hospital requires a Specialist/Snr Specialist in Emergency Medicine on the 01/04/2018.
01/04/2018 - 01/04/2018 14:00 - 00:00
About Skilled Medical
Skilled Medical is an international medical recruitment, placement and services firm that delivers qualified medical professionals wherever they are needed in Australia, New Zealand, the United Kingdom and Ireland.
With local offices in Melbourne and London, we provide a personalised service to assist medical professionals with locum/temp and permanent placements.
Skilled Medical is a doctor-led company with years of industry experience and is dedicated to assisting medical professionals in their work and careers.
To apply for this job, please complete the Skilled Medical Registration form below or the contact form if you have already registered with us.
Candidates must be registered with AHPRA and have the Right to Work in Australia. You can also contact a Skilled Medical Recruitment Consultant to
discuss this role on 1300 900 100
An opportunity exist for a motivated Medical Imaging Technologist to join the team at Goulburn Valley Health in either a Grade 1 or Grade 2 role, dependent upon skills and experience. The successful candidate will be expected to demonstrate sound judgement and well rounded clinical skills in x-ray. Experience in CT, MRI or PACS is a bonus. Coordination and prioritization of workloads is essential in this role and participation in 24/7 rotating roster, including on-call is mandatory. As GV Health expands with the current redevelopment, this is an opportune time to join a welcoming and enthusiastic team.
GV Health currently services a regional population of around 130,000 people from all walks of life and varied range of cultural backgrounds. Medical Imaging Department sees around 70,000 patients per year. Over the next two years, the Emergency Department will double in size and the inpatient capacity will increase by 25%.
Medical Imaging offers a broad range of services to patients of all ages including general radiography, CT, MRI, Ultrasound and Fluoroscopy, with a team of radiologists sharing interests in CTCA, musculoskeletal radiology, paediatrics, geriatrics, emergency and complex interventional radiology studies.
Shepparton sits in the beautiful Goulburn Valley two hours drive north of Melbourne with the meandering Goulburn River coursing through its centre. The region is home to wineries, water skiing and bike trails. Easy day trips can be made to Echuca, Bendigo, Wodonga and Wangaratta in under two hours and the beautiful Nagambie lakes and Murray River afford water skiers plenty of summertime activity within an easy hours’ drive. Affordable housing is available found with $300,000 to $400,000 buying a 3 or 4 bedroom new or renovated home.
The successful candidate will be joining a social team of staff who pride themselves on their welcome and inclusion. Opportunities are available to participate in quality improvement and CPD with expansion into CT and/or MRI once skills and quality of work in general radiography have been demonstrated.
Applications should be made via the Goulburn Valley Health eRecruit portal. Enquiries may be made to the Chief MIT, Anne Bright via Anne.Bright@gvhealth.org.au or 03 5832 2320.
About GV Health GV Health is the Public Health Service for the Hume Region, with main campuses located at Shepparton, Tatura and Rushworth and additional sites in Shepparton, Seymour, Benalla and Wodonga. GV Health provides a range of acute, mental health, aged and primary health and community support services across the Goulburn Valley Sub Region of the Department of Human Services, Hume Region. The main campus is the major acute referral site for the sub region.
Some of the great benefits of working for GV Health include: • Wide range of specialties for clinical staff • Salary Packaging • Continually growing and developing • Work/Life balance • Support culture based on Reward and Recognition • Employee Assistance Programs • Glass House café serving breakfast, lunch, coffee and cakes • Professional Development opportunities • Paid maternity and paternity leave • Social Club • Discount gym/pool membership • Competitive remuneration
We are looking for a talented Sales Representative to join our Sales team based in Albury.
This role is responsible for the delivery of advertising revenue across a portfolio of products. The product mix will be from both print and digital products. The role will be responsible for building relationships with the community and advertisers to sustain the long term commercial viability of the masthead and to maximise all advertising sales opportunities through providing excellence in products and customer service.
As our preferred candidate, you will have:
Excellent communication skills
Ability to meet deadlines
High attention to detail
To deal effectively with people and function as a team player
To show respect to colleagues and management
To accept constructive criticism from your supervisor
To contribute to productivity and positive morale
A positive attitude
Advertising booking systems
Layout application experience
Willingness to update education/training skills at any given time
Experience in a sales related environment
In return we offer the chance for you to work with a talented team, in a dynamic working environment where you’ll have the opportunity to grow your skills and your career with an industry leader.
Australian Community Media have been bringing news to our rural and regional communities for more than 150 years, as our business continues to evolve, by introducing new technologies and doing things differently, we can make our newspapers and websites even better than they have ever been.
If you thrive by working collaboratively and want to actively participate in developing a strong team culture which enables ACM to build a modern, stronger rural and regional media network then please connect with us today!
The Border Mail in Albury/Wodonga are currently seeking an enthusiastic and proactive Business Development Manager to join the team on a permanent basis.
The purpose of the Business Development Manager position is to increase market share by working with lapsed or new local business and turning them into new clients.
As our preferred applicant, you will represent The Border Mail across all the available commercial products including but not limited to print, online display, FMS and events, in their respective market. You will prospect for new clients by networking, cold calling, using existing leads or other means of generating interest from potential clients.
Reporting to the Sales Manager, responsibilities include, but not limited to:
Developing a pipeline of new business coming in to The Border Mail – this requires a thorough knowledge of the market, the solutions/services the company can provide, and of our competitors
Provide an exceptional level of customer service, needs analysis and solution selling when dealing directly with potential or lapsed clients
Submitting regular reports on business-related selling and marketing activites
Providing support to both management and locals teams as required
Ensuring workplace health and safety compliance be ahearing to Fairfax Media’s HSE policies, practices and guidelines.
You will develop rapport with clients, set targets for sales and provide support that will continually improve your relationships.
As our preferred candidate, you will have:
Preferred 3-5 years demonstrable experience in face-to-face sales
A current valid driver’s licence and well maintained vehicle
A growth/problem solving mindset
Superior organisational, time management and communication skills
Strategic marketing and negotiation abilities
Proven commitment to quality of work and client service.
As part of Fairfax Media, Australian Community Media (ACM) have been bringing news to our rural and regional communities for more than 150 years, as our business continues to evolve, by introducing new technologies and doing things differently, we can make our newspapers and websites even better than they have ever been.
If you thrive by working collaboratively and want to actively participate in developing a strong team culture which enables ACM to build a modern, stronger rural and regional media network then please connect with us today!
PJ Murphy Real Estate is looking for a full time receptionist who is also keen to progress into a fully trained Property Management role. Have you had 6-12 months real estate reception experience and are looking for more responsibility? Or do you have the passion to get into Real Estate as a Property Manager. If you have the attributes we require this could be your new career.
Job tasks and responsibilities
But not limited to:
Dealing with clients both face to face and on the phone
Answering and directing calls
Managing ingoing and outgoing mail
Issuing keys and scheduling access for tradespeople
Taking rental applications and reference checking
Lease preparations, new lease and relet lease sign ups when required.
Rent and Sales receipting
Sales support. Preparation of Auction material
Administration support for all divisions of the Office
Manage office supplies and consumables on a monthly basis
Database management, filing and general office duties
Assistance to the Marketing Manager as required
Essential attributes and skills
Proficiency in Microsoft Office
Well spoken, well presented and possess high standards and work ethic
Driven and positive attitude
Have a friendly, approachable personality
High level of organisational skills
Wanting to be part of a supportive team and wanting to grow into Property management
Certificate of registration in Victoria would be an advantage but not absolutely essential
Apply in strictest confidence to:
Kerrie Murphy, firstname.lastname@example.org or leave your resume at our Reception, 169 Beechworth Rd, Wodonga.
Position Title Food Services Assistant - Shepparton
Employment Type Casual
We are delighted that you are taking an interest in working at our home in Shepparton. SCCV can offer you a position to work with a great team of people and be supported in a caring, friendly environment.
We are extremely proud to be part of such an organisation with an aspiration to provide older people with meaningful lives. SCCV is at the forefront of shaping the future of aged care and demonstrates support, compassion and consideration in the way we work with our residents, carers, families and each other.
Our residents' enjoy a great range of lifestyle activities and love coming together at meal times. Our Food Service Assistants serve nutritious meals, morning and afternoon tea and chat to our residents about their day. So, it is crucial that you get along well with people, smile and brighten the day for others.
SCCV Food Service Assistants must hold a certificate in Food Handling and have prior experience within food services.
If you believe you can provide older people with the support needed to continue to live a fulfilling and meaningful life, please apply now.
Jacobs is a global provider of technical, professional and scientific services including engineering, architecture, construction, operations and project maintenance. Our client portfolio spans industrial, commercial, and government clients across multiple markets and geographies
About the opportunity
Our Rural Water Section in Tatura is looking to recruit a Lead Civil/Structural Drafter. Ideally you will have experience on water related projects and a strong technical background to provide accurate and efficient documentation services in accordance with project times and budgets. You will gain exposure to a wide range of projects and work with a highly experienced and dedicated team on some of Victoria's most sought after water projects.
Key responsibilities will include:
Estimation of drafting inputs to inform budgets for new projects.
Assistance with resourcing of drafting personnel for project teams.
Production of drafting outputs for projects.
Monitoring and recording the progress of design modelling and drawing production.
Reviewing and checking of drawing deliverables.
Undertaking project closure and archiving of documentation associated with the project.
Assisting with the development of standards and procedures.
Ensuring the quality of drawing deliverables comply with company policies, practices and relevant standards.
Provide mentoring and training of drafting staff to ensure high levels of competency are maintained across the team.
Advanced Diploma of Engineering (highly regarded though not essential)
Significant experience as a Civil Drafter delivering a variety of water and infrastructure projects
Capability and demonstrated experience with Auto Cad, Civil 3D and/or 12D software packages
Experience in drawing and model management using ProjectWise
Ability to manage your time effectively to ensure commercial deadlines are met
Strong communication skills and ability to liaise with a variety of stakeholders
A commitment to quality and accuracy
Jacobs is one of the world's largest and most diverse providers of technical professional and construction services across multiple markets and geographies. We value professional excellence, integrity, diversity in the workplace and fostering an open and collaborative working environment. At Jacobs we offer rewarding careers with ongoing development opportunities, flexible working arrangements and a culture that is collaborative and inclusive.
We believe in collaboration and knowledge sharing, from global virtual teams to local work sharing options.
Achieve more with a global brand. Apply online by clicking on the link below.
Discovery Parks is Australia's largest owner operator of holiday and accommodation parks located in more than 60 of Australia's most desired locations.
We are looking for a great people to join our Echuca/Moama parks, providing housekeeping and cleaning for our various accommodation types including cleaning amenities areas to ensure the presentation of the property is in accordance with the high standards of our Discovery brand. Specific park opportunities include:
Multiple casual Housekeeper positions.
Flexible rosters with hours available up to 6 hours per day, 7 days per week.
Responsibility for cleanliness of accommodation stock across the park.
Casual Cleaner position.
Peak periods: 2-3 hours per day, 7 days per week.
Off-peak periods: 2-3 hours per day, 2-3 days per week.
Predominantly responsible for cleanliness of amenities within the park.
You will be someone able to prioritise your workload to achieve daily outcomes whilst also understanding the bigger picture for the rest of the team. You will bring to the role:
Fantastic customer service
Proven and demonstrated experience in a commercial housekeeping or cleaning role
A willingness to work with the housekeeping and cleaning teams, but also able to work autonomously
Excellent time management skills
Flexible attitude to hours, including weekends and on short notice
A current valid drivers licence
How to Apply
Discovery what matters - APPLY NOW!
Please visit the careers page on www.discoveryparks.com.au or via the link below. Please have your cover letter and resume ready to upload, clearly indicating which park opportunity (or both) you are applying for.
Prior to an offer of employment being made, candidates must be able to provide a Police Clearance to disclose any criminal offences or charges.