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Enrolled Nurse - Day Surgery Unit

Part Time (minimum 48 to 56 hours per fortnight) Monday to Friday work hours The Hospital John Flynn Private Hospital is a 334 bed, acute care hospital located at Tugun, which is on the southern end of the Gold Coast, within 5 minutes from the Gold Coast Airport. The hospital provides services to the population of the Gold Coast and the Tweed Coast extending into the NSW Northern Rivers area. John Flynn provides a wide range of health care services with a 24 hour emergency department, comprehensive cardiac services, general and orthopaedic surgery, cancer services, medical, maternity and paediatrics, renal dialysis, day surgery and rehabilitation services. John Flynn have a Tier One Contract with the Department of Veteran Affairs and also provide services to the Gold Coast and Tweed Veteran community. The campus consists of the main hospital building, specialist medical suites, the John Flynn Cancer Centre, and also includes additional services such as radiotherapy (radiation oncology), radiology (x-ray), pathology and a 24 hour pharmacy. The Opportunity A great opportunity for an Enrolled Nurse to join our team of experienced nursing staff to work across all areas within our Day Surgery Unit. Essential Criteria Successful applicants must possess Enrolled Nurse with relevant registration with Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency Previous experience working in an acute careperioperative within a hospital setting is essential Quality and Risk Management Effective communication and interpersonal skills Excellent time management skills Ability to plan and coordinate patient care Available to work Monday to Friday on a rotating shift Culture Benefits of joining the John Flynn team We value our staff and provide a wide range of attractive local and national employee benefits including Staff recognition and reward programs Regular subsidised social activities Employee Benefit club offering discounted health leisure choices Access to Ramsay corporate discounts including discounted private health insurance choices, discounted IT hardware software travelholiday discounts Staff Wellness Program and access to a wide range of wellness options both locally and via the Ramsay intranet Employee Assistance Program Free carparking and pay rates comparable with the public health sector For enquiries please contact Deb McMahon Nurse Unit Manager - Day Surgery 07 5598 9076 TO APPLY FOR THIS ROLE Click on œApply for the job to submit an application. Applications should include a detailed CV, cover letter and two work-related referees. Applications close 31 October, 2018 Successful applicants will be required to provide a current Police Check

location Tugun QLD, Australia


Territory Manager - Spine NSWs

LifeHealthcare (LHC) is a leading independent distributor of high end medical devices in Australia and New Zealand. We™re Australian owned, so not your typical multinational. With our global reach, we connect Australian and New Zealand healthcare professionals with innovative and tailored health solutions to make a real difference to people™s lives. Due to an internal move, we have a rare vacancy in our highly successful Spine team and we™re looking for a driven Territory Manager to join us. Working closely with the Account Executive you will be responsible for achieving a agreed revenue targets by identifying and gaining business from new and existing clients. You will ensure the growth and ongoing success of the business by developing both procedural and product knowledge to support, advise and train medical and nursing team members with the aim to achieve optimal outcome for their patients. We™re looking for someone who Is motivated and an extremely professional individual Has strong sales experience, selling into hospital theatres Strong knowledge of anatomy, particularly around spine and neurosurgery Has demonstrated the ability to build relationships and trust quickly with clients Takes pride in their personal presentation Has a can-do attitude and can work both autonomously and as part of a team You™ll be responsible for Assist in developing and implementing a yearly territory business plan for product portfolios that are in line with LifeHealthcare™s overall expectations for the divisions. Achieving monthly sales targets Providing clinical support for Spine surgeons for all scheduled procedures Complete regular in-service training for theatre and hospital staff on LifeHealthcare Spine systems Participate in a rotating on-call roster for after-hours weekend case support. The successful candidate will have at least 3 years sales experience in medical devices (implant) and hold a full drivers license. Additionally, tertiary education in a related medical field such as a paramedic, biomedical engineer, anatomy or nursing is preferred. If you have the skills required, and want to work with a company that is not your typical multinational, then please apply using the œapply now button and address your cover letter to the General Manager, People and Culture. only successful candidates will be contacted

location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


Microbiome Specialist /Territory Manager Adelaide (Naturopath/Nutritionist)

Join one of the fastest growing companies in Australia Life-Space is fast becoming one of the top probiotic brands on the world stage, increasing their global footprint at a rapid pace. As the leading brand of Evolution Health, we have been ranked in the top ten BRW fastest growing 100 list for the last two years running, moving from number 7 in 2016 to number 4 in 2017. Life-Space are focused on innovation and education, making the latest advances in research accessible to all. Our brand values are reflected through Evolution Healths vibrant culture. We have recently signed an agreement to join Chinas No 1 supplements company and there is still plenty of work to do The opportunity Microbiome Specialist Territory Manager (Adelaide - South Australia) As the Microbiome Specialist Territory Manager you will be responsible for a designated territory where you will plan, implement and maintain an effective call cycle.Through engaging education on our product range, you will raise brand awareness of the Life-Space brand, increase recommendation of key retail stakeholders which will contribute to the growth of sales, market share and distribution gains. Reporting to the State Manager you will build strong relationships with key accounts and banner groups to optimize promotional activities, share of shelf agreement (POG) and achieve education and sales targets. As the territory manager you will also use data and insights to identify new accounts, potential for growth and account rationalisation. Collaborating with cross-functional teams you will also be responsible for the successful launch and distribution of New Product Development. Domestic travel may be required to attend regional events, conferences and industry expos. International travel may also be required from time to time. Competitive Package + Bonus Key Responsibilities Manage an effective and efficient call cycle within your designated territory to ensure customer and business needs are met. Plan an effective and efficient regional territory cycle plan ensuring ROI Achieve monthly, quarterly and annual education and sales targets Build and maintain strong and collaborative relationships with key retail stakeholders and influencers to increase awareness of the Life Space brand to achieve growth Deliver a high level of probiotic and microbiome education to retail partners to assist them in promoting and recommending all Life-Space products in store Organise and deliver specific group education events Identify new accounts and areas of growth within your territory to increase distribution, market share and sales of the Life- Space brand Drive the compliance of key account agreements and initiatives to ensure Life-Space is represented with share of shelf in line with Planogram Drive and optimise the promotional activities of all Pharmacy Banners both above and below the line to maximise return on investment and business outcomes. Develop a thorough understanding of the territory, banners buying groups to maximise growth opportunities Collaborate with other territory managers to optimise business outcomes within the State and Nationally. Participate regularly in national teleconferences, meetings and conferences. Attend and represent the Life-Space brand at industry expos and conferences when required Maintain account database through Pepperi (Software) Participate in internal sales training and product related education sessions when required Provide feedback relating to the Life Space brand as well as category and competitor insights to the business Manage expenses and resources as per company policy Ensure that leads, requests for information and customer queries are followed through Skills and Experience needed Formal qualification in Bachelor of Health Science (Naturopathy Nutritionist) essential 2+yrs experience in the pharmacy channelwholesaler channelFMCG Current drivers licence is essential Proficient with MS Office, Excel, PowerPoint Strong analytical skills to interpret data Confident Presenter High level communication skills both written and verbally Knowledge and understanding of sales and marketing within the healthcare sector Experience in negotiation and influencing key stakeholders Comprehensive understanding of the pharmacy channel and banner group hierarchy Experience in VMS category an or pharmacy channel Knowledge of wholesaler distributor channels Knowledge of market trends and category insights in the VMS category Understanding of the export opportunities and dynamics within the VMS category Thriving in a fast-paced environment managing competing priorities Working in cross functional teams and business units Experience analysing market data (IMS, Aztec), consumer insights and reports Demonstrated ability to communicate and present with confidence to influence outcomes both one on one and to a group Please note Qualification in Naturopathy is essential to fulfil this role. To be considered please attach your cover letter and CV and apply via SEEK. For further information regarding Evolution Health Pty Ltd please visit our website www.evolutionhealth.com.au

location Sturt St, Adelaide SA 5000, Australia


TERRITORY MANAGER | CARDIOLOGY DEVICES | CENTRAL MELBOURNE

Our client are the Leaders in the field medical technology, focussing on devices for interventional cardiology. Their products help Clinicians to save lives and to improve their patients™ quality of life. This is an incredibly diverse and challenging role, high-achievers have the opportunity to progress their career significantly. The Role Territory Manager, Melbourne - Selling Interventional Cardiology products. Develop relationships with a variety of clinicians including Interventional Cardiologists, Vascular Surgeons, Radiologists and Nurses. Drive market share on your territory and increase sales of your portfolio of market leading products. Your Skills Experience You have prior proven sales success in cardiology devicesradiology sales. You can use your technical expertise to sell cardiology devices to clinicians. Cardiac nurse, cardiac technician OR a device representative with cardiology device experience. Qualifications in ScienceMedicalEngineeringBusiness Management advantageous. Your a team player, focussed on superior customer service with an enthusiastic ˜can-do™ attitude. Strong analytical skills with the ability to extract important and relevant data. Strong strategic, commercial, marketing and analytical skills. Ability to develop your territory business plan manage your budget. If you would like more information about this opportunity, please contact Dee Das on 0451 155 330 and quote reference number 148689 for further information or APPLY now. Alternatively, please send your resume to melbournefrontlinehealth.com.au

location Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia


Enrolled Nurses/ Registered Nurses - Perioperative Services

Anaesthetics PACU Part-time Casual Opportunities About the Company Greenslopes Private Hospital is Australia™s leading private teaching hospital, owned and operated by Ramsay Health Care, and located just 5km from Brisbane™s CBD. As a world-class tertiary medical facility, we have some of Queensland™s finest specialists working with us to offer the latest treatments and first-class service to our patients. The hospital employs 2,500 staff, contains 32 specialty units, and has 18 operating theatres. We offer an extensive range of rewards and benefits for our employees including reduced private health insurance, free car parking, and a variety of retail, corporate and financial services discounts. About the Role We are seeking experienced Enrolled and Registered Nurses to join our Perioperative team. To be successful you will need to be a committed team player with a strong customer focus and be available for an on call roster. You will be efficient, organised and have a high level of commitment to quality care and best patient outcomes. You will enjoy working within a reputable, world class theatre environment with leading technologies and outstanding amenities. Skills and Experience Relevant registration with AHPRA Proven organisational skills, time management and demonstrated problem solving and conflict resolution skills Ability to assess, plan, coordinate and evaluate care delivery needs of patient Proven ability to work within a fast paced environment and maintain good working relations with others Exceptional customer service and effective communication skills Demonstrated ability to work effectively in team environment and independently as required Culture and Benefits We value our staff and provide a wide range of attractive local and national employee benefits including Flexible work practices Professional development opportunities Employee recognition and rewards system Ramsay Corporate discounts including health fund and travel discounts Ramsay Health Care Employee Benefit Club Access to the Employee Assistance Program How to Apply All applications must be lodged online. Please click the Apply button within this ad to lodge an application (applications should include cover letter, CV and 2 current work-related referees). Alternatively, visit www.greenslopesprivate.com.au careers page. Our commitment to quality and safety for our patients, staff and visitors is our highest priority. Applicants will be required to provide a current (12 months or less) National Police check prior to appointment and persons in patient contact roles will be required to provide proof of immunity to specified infectious diseases prior to commencement. If you would like to discuss this opportunity please contact Julie Blake, Acting Nurse Unit Manager on 07 3394 7846. Reference GPH2385 Close Date Sunday, 28 October 2018

location Brisbane QLD 4120, Australia


Enrolled Nurses/ Registered Nurses - Perioperative Services

Anaesthetics PACU Part-time Casual Opportunities About the Company Greenslopes Private Hospital is Australia™s leading private teaching hospital, owned and operated by Ramsay Health Care, and located just 5km from Brisbane™s CBD. As a world-class tertiary medical facility, we have some of Queensland™s finest specialists working with us to offer the latest treatments and first-class service to our patients. The hospital employs 2,500 staff, contains 32 specialty units, and has 18 operating theatres. We offer an extensive range of rewards and benefits for our employees including reduced private health insurance, free car parking, and a variety of retail, corporate and financial services discounts. About the Role We are seeking experienced Enrolled and Registered Nurses to join our Perioperative team. To be successful you will need to be a committed team player with a strong customer focus and be available for an on call roster. You will be efficient, organised and have a high level of commitment to quality care and best patient outcomes. You will enjoy working within a reputable, world class theatre environment with leading technologies and outstanding amenities. Skills and Experience Relevant registration with AHPRA Proven organisational skills, time management and demonstrated problem solving and conflict resolution skills Ability to assess, plan, coordinate and evaluate care delivery needs of patient Proven ability to work within a fast paced environment and maintain good working relations with others Exceptional customer service and effective communication skills Demonstrated ability to work effectively in team environment and independently as required Culture and Benefits We value our staff and provide a wide range of attractive local and national employee benefits including Flexible work practices Professional development opportunities Employee recognition and rewards system Ramsay Corporate discounts including health fund and travel discounts Ramsay Health Care Employee Benefit Club Access to the Employee Assistance Program How to Apply All applications must be lodged online. Please click the Apply button within this ad to lodge an application (applications should include cover letter, CV and 2 current work-related referees). Alternatively, visit www.greenslopesprivate.com.au careers page. Our commitment to quality and safety for our patients, staff and visitors is our highest priority. Applicants will be required to provide a current (12 months or less) National Police check prior to appointment and persons in patient contact roles will be required to provide proof of immunity to specified infectious diseases prior to commencement. If you would like to discuss this opportunity please contact Julie Blake, Acting Nurse Unit Manager on 07 3394 7846. Reference GPH2385 Close Date Sunday, 28 October 2018

location Brisbane QLD 4120, Australia


Registered Nurse (Bachelor of Midwifery Employed Model Student)

If you want your career to go places then join Department of Health in the Northern Territory. The challenges and opportunities in health and community care in the Territory are like no other in Australia, from remote Aboriginal health to tropical health and urban tertiary care. Continued investments in Aboriginal health, remote health, acute care and community services offer many opportunities for health professionals who want to be part of making a difference. Top End Health Service Nurse 2 Remuneration Package Range 75,131 - 99,326 (comprising salary 64,930 - 85,903, superannuation, leave loading and the value of 2 weeks extra recreation leave) Potential total Remuneration Package in the vicinity of 108,000 which includes the above Package Range and in addition qualification and professional development allowances and salary sacrifice provisions Nursing and Midwifery Services “ Royal Darwin Hospital Katherine Hospital Several Full-Time, Fixed vacancies available from 04022019 for 2 years The employed model is an exciting initiative of Northern Territory Health and Charles Darwin University. The Top End Health Service (TEHS) are offering Registered Nurses paid employment while undertaking study in a Bachelor of Midwifery through Charles Darwin University (CDU). Successful applicants must be eligible for employment with TEHS as a registered nurse and meet CDU enrolment criteria. Through this employed model, you will undertake part-time study (0.75 EFT study load, which is three units per semester) in the Charles Darwin University Bachelor of Midwifery. You must be undertaking this award in order to be employed in the Employed Model Midwifery. Positions are located in Darwin and Katherine. There may be opportunities for rotations between locations within the Health Service. Priority Consideration for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander applicants applies to all positions. For more information visit the Employed Model Programs webpage For further information on the above positions please contact Dr Frances Peart on 08 8922 7418 or email Frances.Peartnt.gov.au Quote vacancy number 72181494 Closing date 11 November 2018 APPLICATION INFORMATION Applicants should address the selection criteria and provide a current CV and contact details for 2 referees (preferably an email address). For a copy of the Job Description and to apply online please visit www.nt.gov.aujobs Further information about these positions can be obtained by phoning TOLLFREE 1300 659 247 Note The preferred or recommended applicant will be required to hold a current Working with Children Clearance notice Ochre Card (application forms available from SAFE NT www.workingwithchildren.nt.gov.au) and undergo a criminal history check. A criminal history will not exclude an applicant from this position unless it is a relevant criminal history. Department of Health is a Smoke Free Workplace Picture your life out here “ www.OurLifeOutHere.nt.gov.au

location Darwin International Airport (DRW), 1 Henry Wrigley Dr, Darwin International Airport NT 0820, Australia


Registered Nurse (Bachelor of Midwifery Employed Model Student)

If you want your career to go places then join Department of Health in the Northern Territory. The challenges and opportunities in health and community care in the Territory are like no other in Australia, from remote Aboriginal health to tropical health and urban tertiary care. Continued investments in Aboriginal health, remote health, acute care and community services offer many opportunities for health professionals who want to be part of making a difference. Top End Health Service Nurse 2 Remuneration Package Range 75,131 - 99,326 (comprising salary 64,930 - 85,903, superannuation, leave loading and the value of 2 weeks extra recreation leave) Potential total Remuneration Package in the vicinity of 108,000 which includes the above Package Range and in addition qualification and professional development allowances and salary sacrifice provisions Nursing and Midwifery Services “ Royal Darwin Hospital Katherine Hospital Several Full-Time, Fixed vacancies available from 04022019 for 2 years The employed model is an exciting initiative of Northern Territory Health and Charles Darwin University. The Top End Health Service (TEHS) are offering Registered Nurses paid employment while undertaking study in a Bachelor of Midwifery through Charles Darwin University (CDU). Successful applicants must be eligible for employment with TEHS as a registered nurse and meet CDU enrolment criteria. Through this employed model, you will undertake part-time study (0.75 EFT study load, which is three units per semester) in the Charles Darwin University Bachelor of Midwifery. You must be undertaking this award in order to be employed in the Employed Model Midwifery. Positions are located in Darwin and Katherine. There may be opportunities for rotations between locations within the Health Service. Priority Consideration for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander applicants applies to all positions. For more information visit the Employed Model Programs webpage For further information on the above positions please contact Dr Frances Peart on 08 8922 7418 or email Frances.Peartnt.gov.au Quote vacancy number 72181494 Closing date 11 November 2018 APPLICATION INFORMATION Applicants should address the selection criteria and provide a current CV and contact details for 2 referees (preferably an email address). For a copy of the Job Description and to apply online please visit www.nt.gov.aujobs Further information about these positions can be obtained by phoning TOLLFREE 1300 659 247 Note The preferred or recommended applicant will be required to hold a current Working with Children Clearance notice Ochre Card (application forms available from SAFE NT www.workingwithchildren.nt.gov.au) and undergo a criminal history check. A criminal history will not exclude an applicant from this position unless it is a relevant criminal history. Department of Health is a Smoke Free Workplace Picture your life out here “ www.OurLifeOutHere.nt.gov.au

location Darwin International Airport (DRW), 1 Henry Wrigley Dr, Darwin International Airport NT 0820, Australia


GP Sales Representative - Wollongong

Why work with EvansPetersen? We specialise in recruitment within the Pharmaceutical and Medical Device Industry. We have developed an outstanding network of clients, as well as a very thorough knowledge of the Healthcare industry. How? Because weve all worked in it ourselves as reps, managers, marketers - not just recruiters We support our candidates by offering a personalised and experienced approach, every step of the interviewing process. Applicants must have a current full Drivers Licence and a completed degree The Company One of the reasons why the pharmaceutical industry is so attractive is the career paths available along with support, innovation and collaboration from one of the largest industries in the world. A career with one of the leaders in the industry is waiting for you now. This company is an international market leader and will provide you with Intensive training at the highest level A step into a rewarding career within a dynamic industry Career opportunities and career progression A reputation for excellence within the industry measured by their peers and employees Support, leadership and engagement with sales management Medical Sales equals a long term career with many opportunities This is a lead and learn culture that will set you up for the rest of your career The Role Your role as a medical sales representative will be to deliver on sales and activity targets for your designated products in a specific territory across Wollongong, The Shire and South Coast. You will achieve this by Establishing relationships with GPs and their clinic staff Accountability for adequate coverage and frequency of contact with GPs with the set territory of the following suburbs and their surrounds Wollongong, Bulli, Kiama, Shellharbour, Menai, Cronulla, Hurstville. Country trip Nowra, Jervis Bay, Batemans Bay and Ulludulla Following national marketing and sales strategies for all products Working cohesively with an existing high performing team Achieving individual and team sales and activity targets Impacting and influencing medication use of GPs for the right patients The Successful Applicant Must have successful completion of relevant tertiary qualifications in Science, Business or Health Science Minimum 12 months experience in sales in Australia Sales success with measurable outcomes Must have full drivers licence A passion for working in the Healthcare Industry A strong competitive drive for sales and achieving targets An all-round, outgoing high achiever Package on offer Great starting salary Bonuses based on performance Fully maintained company car Phone, laptop, internet etc Full training provided Opportunity to build a long-term career Click the APPLY button to send your CV.(In Word is preferred) If you would like further information before sending your CV, please call Cathy Madigan on 0477 029 802 Applications must be in by 30th October 2018 au.linkedin.comincathymadigan Please follow us on our LINKEDIN page EvansPetersen Healthcare This opportunity is only open to candidates who are eligible to work in Australia and hold the appropriate visa to work permanently

location West Wollongong NSW 2500, Australia


Pharmaceutical Sales Representative - Western Sydney - Diabetes

Why work with EvansPetersen? We specialise in recruitment within the Pharmaceutical and Medical Device Industry. We have developed an outstanding network of clients, as well as a very thorough knowledge of the Healthcare industry. How? Because weve all worked in it ourselves as reps, managers, marketers - not just recruiters We support our candidates by offering a personalised and experienced approach, every step of the interviewing process. Applicants must have a current full Drivers Licence and a completed degree The Company One of the reasons why the pharmaceutical industry is so attractive is the career paths available along with support, innovation and collaboration from one of the largest industries in the world. A career with one of the leaders in the industry is waiting for you now. This company is an international market leader and will provide you with Intensive training at the highest level A step into a rewarding career within a dynamic industry Career opportunities and career progression A reputation for excellence within the industry measured by their peers and employees Support, leadership and engagement with sales management Medical Sales equals a long term career with many opportunities This is a lead and learn culture that will set you up for the rest of your career The Role Your role as a medical sales representative will be to deliver on sales and activity targets for your designated products in a specific territory across Sydney metro. You will achieve this by Establishing relationships with GPs and their clinic staff, promoting a top performing Type 2 Diabetes portfolio Accountability for adequate coverage and frequency of contact with GPs with the set terrotory of Western Sydney Pennant Hills, Parramatta, Lidcombe, Greenacre, Penrith and Blue Mountains. Country trip Bathurst Orange Following national marketing and sales strategies for all products Working cohesively with an existing high performing team Achieving individual and team sales and activity targets Impacting and influencing medication use of GPs for the right patients The Successful Applicant Must have successful completion of relevant tertiary qualifications in Science, Business or Health Science Minimum 12 months experience in sales in Australia Sales success with measurable outcomes Must have full drivers licence A passion for working in the Healthcare Industry A strong competitive drive for sales and achieving targets An all-round, outgoing high achiever Package on offer Great starting salary Bonuses based on performance Fully maintained company car Phone, laptop, internet etc Full training provided Opportunity to build a long-term career Click the APPLY button to send your CV.(In Word is preferred) If you would like further information before sending your CV, please call Cathy Madigan on 0477 029 802 Applications must be in by 30th October 2018 au.linkedin.comincathymadigan Please follow us on our LINKEDIN page EvansPetersen Healthcare This opportunity is only open to candidates who are eligible to work in Australia and hold the appropriate visa to work permanently

location Sydney NSW 2120, Australia


Instrument Sales Specialist (Molecular Biology) - Life Science Group

Established Brand - Cutting Edge Technology Professional Development opportunity Dynamic team Bio-Rad is a growing dynamic company that has remained at the centre of scientific discovery for more than 50 years by providing a broad range of innovative tools and services to the clinical diagnostics and life science research markets. We currently have an excellent opportunity for a dynamic sales professional to join our Sydney based Life Sciences team. Reporting to the Northern Regional Sales Manager, you will be responsible for the sale of strategic capital equipment within the Life Science Division with a focus on our Molecular portfolio. Although Sydney based, applicants based in other eastern seaboard capital cities would be considered and are encouraged to apply. You will be responsible for designing and successfully implementing a sales management plan, exceeding customers needs and expectations as well as meeting and exceeding sales targets in an established territory. Responsibilities include Building and maintaining strong customer relationships Achieving sales targets and maintaining a growing customer data base Work closely with the Core sales representatives to help achieve mutually beneficial goals Development and implementation of an effective territory management plan Participation in seminars, demonstrations and presentations to customers Customer problem solving and troubleshooting. To be successful in this position you will require A minimum of 5 years sales experience preferably in the Life Science market, experience in Capital equipment sales essential A Life Science or related degree and Minimum 3 years laboratory experience with a focus on current molecular techniques that include PCR, qPCR and Digital PCR A passion to pro actively provide a high standard of customer service Outstanding communication and interpersonal skills Excellent negotiating and computer skills Excellent and diligent CRM data management and record keeping In return, we offer an excellent salary package, including car allowance, company benefits, and achievable incentives that are designed to recognise your qualifications, experience and positive achievements. For more information about our company please visit our website www.bio-rad.com

location NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia


Healthcare Retail Sales

About the business World leader in gases, technologies and services for Industry and Health, Air Liquide is present in 80 countries with close to 50,000 employees. Oxygen, nitrogen, hydrogen and rare gases have been at the core of Air Liquides activities since its creation in 1902. Using these molecules, Air Liquide continuously reinvents its business, anticipating the needs of current and future markets. The Group innovates for the good of society while delivering profitable growth and consistent performance. Air Liquide Healthcare in Australia is a leading and dedicated supplier of medical gases, homecare and sleep services. We specialise in respiratory diseases with strong reputation in sleep diagnostics and CPAP (continuous positive airway pressure) therapy. Job tasks and responsibilities Were looking for someone to work Tuesday and Friday from Unley + Wednesday and Thursday from Ridgehaven. The satisfaction gained from this role comes from providing considerably improved quality of life to patients suffering from obstructive sleep disorders, who have come to us to obtain the correct equipment as prescribed by their doctor and then look to us for continuing support whilst they undertake their CPAP therapy. Everyday brings powerful, emotional feelings of satisfaction of being able to help people totally change their lives for the better with this treatment. Your primary responsibility will be to achieve sales of the specialised CPAP therapy equipment and provide ongoing support services to our patients after they have been diagnosed with Obstructive Sleep Apnoea by their specialist. You will be as passionate about sales and creating sales opportunities as you are about providing a high level of clinical support and your success and drive will see you advance if you so desire. Your day-to-day responsibilities will include (but are not limited to) Handle general customer inquiries, Provide set-up, on-going services and equipment according to a medical prescription Fit the customer with the prescribed mask Contact referring physicians to ensure appropriate products and services are provided to patients Achieve sales of new or additional services Manage the stock levels Process on-line order, invoice completed dockets, organise general filing and banking Skills and experience You are a well presented, astute and savvy SALES professional who has spent time in care roles preferably in nursing, pharmacies, optometrist retail outlets, podiatry clinics etc. You are able to draw on your experience of working with patients when showcasing products and responding to any patient queries to make them feel at ease as they assimilate to their new therapy. Requirments You will have good experience in sales in addition to completing daily retail duties i.e. cash management, store management and stock control and be computer literate. You will need to demonstrate an ability to use consultative selling skills to identify and meet customer needs You will be comfortable dealing with the doctors and sleep specialists daily and be a quick thinker and fast learner. As part of the pre-employment process, potential employees are required to undertake background checks applicable to the requirements of the position i.e., reference checks, pre-employment medical, and police clearance. PLEASE NO AGENCY APPROACHES.

location Sturt St, Adelaide SA 5000, Australia


Hospital/Community Sales Executive Wound (SouthWest QLD)

Summary Reporting into the Area Sales Manager, Advanced Wound Management (QLD), this role will cover all hospital and community channel accounts within Ipswich and Toowoomba territory. Essential Job Functions Achieve budgeted sales, market shares and focus products within assigned territory Establish sales tactics that are strategically aligned to achieve territory sales and profit growth targets Monitor territory sales progression to targets and initiate corrective action where appropriate Provide in-service programmes, workshops and seminars where appropriate to customers Conduct monthly analysis of territory to identify highest potential customers for targeted territory planning Education Tertiary qualifications in Business, Science, Nursing or related disciplines Experience Proven 2+ years of experience in a similar sales role within the medical devices field Experience handling wound care or related medical consumables portfolio desirable Proven success selling into hospital and community channels Nursing background highly regarded Technical Knowledge Competencies Strong selling skills and understanding of the selling process Strong understanding of the healthcare industry in ANZ Working knowledge of wound care or related area Highly focused on exceeding customer expectations Good planning and execution skills Attention to detail and committed to excellence Superior presentation and public speaking skills Excellent written and verbal communication skills Outstanding problem solving skills Professional and personal integrity Applications To apply, please ensure that you include a cover letter addressing it to Talent Acquisition Lead ANZ. Due to a high volume of applications, please note that only shortlisted candidates will be contacted. Smith Nephew is committed to helping people regain their lives by repairing and healing the human body. We believe that this can only be achieved by establishing mutually beneficial relationships with all of our stakeholders including patients, healthcare professionals, investors, and employees. If you share our passion for innovation and can demonstrate how you meet the criteria outlined, we would love to hear from you. We continue to actively build an environment where every individual can fulfill their potential and be proud ambassadors for Smith Nephew, our customers and their patients. We value the diversity of our people and welcome applications from everyone.

location Queensland 4305, Australia


Theatre Registered Nurse - Hobart Tasmania

Join the largest private hospital in Tasmania just 10 minutes from the CBD Permanent roles available Ongoing training and learning support for interested RN™s About the Area Hobart is currently the fastest growing city in Australia and is one of the most affordable cities to live in. Its rising popularity is particularly attractive for RN™s interested in minimal traffic and commutes, work life balance, its close connection and proximity to the outdoors, and its growing café culture and œfoodie scene. Hobart hosts several large festivals each year including Dark MOFO, MONA FOMA, Sydney to Hobart yacht race, The Taste of Tasmania, and the Taste of the Huon. About the Facility 400 bed facility providing services across Neuro, Ortho, Urology, Gynea, Endoscopy, Maternity, Medical, Surgical, Critical Care, ED, and now the addition of Cardiac A private not for profit hospital with good reputation of providing Women™s health services What™s on Offer RN pay in accordance to level of experience - contact us for details Reduction in normal accommodation costs may be provided for the right nurse - onsite housing Full time and part time hours are on offer - shifts can be discussed Ongoing training can be provided with the local University, including ongoing Graduate Diploma™s specialising in highly skilled areas for RN™s wishing to stay on permanently. About You RN used to working in a team environment and ability to be adaptive RN™s looking for a challenge to work in a fast paced theatre and gain additional experience in speciality surgeries - scrub and circulate Comfortable operating on a floor managed by a Nurse Unit Manager Have 2+ years™ experience as Registered Nurse in a Theatre - with exposure to work across several areas. Even Better if you Have 2+ years™ experience as Registered Nurse in a Theatre setting - working on Neuro, Cardiac, and Ortho cases Have Recovery and Anaesthetics experience Have ever worked as a clinical preceptor or in a teaching capacity Experience as a nurse in charge of the floor Contact us today for a confidential discussion. Call Priyanka on 0476 848 373 or 03 6270 2645 or email psivanesansearsonbuck.com.au

location Queens Domain TAS 7000, Australia


Experienced ICU RNs - Hobart Tasmania

Join the largest private hospital in Tasmania just 10 minutes from the CBD Several ICU services including Cardiac, Neuro, Medical, Surgical, CCU, and HDU Permanent roles available - on going training and learning support About the Area Hobart is currently the fastest growing city in Australia and is one of the most affordable cities to live in. Its rising popularity is particularly attractive for RN™s interested in minimal traffic and commutes, work life balance, its close connection and proximity to the outdoors, and its growing café culture and œfoodie scene. Hobart hosts several large festivals each year including Dark MOFO, MONA FOMA, Sydney to Hobart yacht race, The Taste of Tasmania, and the Taste of the Huon. httpswww.realestate.com.aubuyin-hobart+-+greater+region,+taslist-1 About the Facility 400 bed facility providing services across Neuro, Ortho, Urology, Gynea, Endoscopy, Maternity, Medical, Surgical, Critical Care, ED, and now the addition of Cardiac centre A private not for profit hospital with good long standing reputation of providing top notch Women™s health services What™s on Offer RN pay in accordance to level of experience - contact us for details Relocation may be considered based on experience Full time and part time hours are on offer - shifts can be discussed Ongoing training can be provided with the local University, including ongoing Graduate Diploma™s specialising in highly skilled areas. About You RN used to working in a team environment and ability to be adaptive RN™s looking for a challenge to work in a fast-paced ICU, and gain additional experience in speciality ICU areas Comfortable operating on a floor managed by a Nurse Unit Manager Have 1+ years™ experience as an RN in an ICU Even Better if you Have 2+ years™ experience as an RN in an ICU and has specialised in Cardiac, Neuro, Surgical, and medical. Experience in HDU, CCU, or Cath lab Have ever worked as a clinical preceptor or in a teaching capacity Experience as a nurse in charge of the floor Contact us today for a confidential discussion. Call Priyanka on 0476 848 373 or 03 6270 2645 or email psivanesansearsonbuck.com.au

location Queens Domain TAS 7000, Australia


Critical Care Registered Nurse - Casual Positions

Leading not for profit organisation Critical Care Registered Nurse Casual positions with flexible hours St Vincent™s Private Hospital Melbourne (SVPHM) is a facility of St Vincent™s Health Australia under the stewardship of Mary Aikenhead Ministries. We are a not for profit Catholic private hospital which operates across four sites at Fitzroy, East Melbourne, Kew and Werribee. We are seeking experienced Registered Nurses to join us at our Fitzroy campus. Due to rapid growth we are excited to be recruiting for multiple positions and can therefore offer flexibility for those seeking full time or part time work in the near future. We are looking for critical care registered nurses to cover a variety of shifts across our Intensive Care Unit, High Dependency Unit and Critical Care Unit. The Intensive Care Unit (ICU), St Vincent™s Private Hospital Fitzroy, is an 8-bedded tertiary level facility, providing care to a full range of ICU patients including cardiothoracic, neurosurgical and specialist thoracic and orthopaedic surgery. You will work alongside a dedicated team of experienced and knowledgeable critical care nurses, allied health and support staff as well as full time Intensive Care Consultants and ICU Registrars who rotate from St Vincent™s Public Hospital Melbourne. To succeed in this role you will have proven advanced critical care nursing skills, an enthusiasm for the delivery of excellence in patient care, the ability to coach and mentor staff and a strong sense of professional accountability and responsibility. Responsibilities will include (but will not be limited to) Provision of excellence in clinical practice and direct patient care Ability to demonstrate responsibility for and maintain own personal and professional development in accordance with the position description The successful candidate will have Current Registration with AHPRA. Post graduate qualifications in critical care Ability to problem solve and negotiate effectively to achieve desired outcomes Demonstrated ability to participate as an active team member Well-developed inter-personal and communication skills Highest standards of professional practice Benefits include A supportive and friendly atmosphere, salary packaging (increase your take home pay), ongoing education support, comprehensive orientation, uniform, discounted car parking and easy access to public transport. Competitive annual salary and conditions. We are committed to equal employment opportunity, ethical practices, the principles of cultural diversity and promote a smoke free work environment. As part of SVHA™s commitment to the federal government employment parity initiative, we strongly encourage Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people to apply. Your application must contain a cover letter and CV to be considered. Permission to conduct a police check is required. A valid working with children check is required.

location Victoria St, Melbourne VIC, Australia


Registered Nurse - Intensive care, ICU

Intensive Care Nurse Work throughout Perths public and private hospitals, delivering outstanding critical care to a diverse range of patients. Benefits Above award pay rates Free uniforms Free training both practical and online Opportunities to travel interstate, rural and remote Criteria 1 year experience as a Intensive Care Nurse Ability to hit the ground running Ability to obtain a WWCC Ability to obtain a National Police Clearance ONLY SHORTLISTED CANDIDATES WILL BE CONTACTED WA Nurses Refer A Friend CASH bonus is back conditions apply httpswww.healthcareaustralia.com.aureferral-terms-conditions Apply If you want to take advantage of this amazing opportunity send us your resume and covering letter to wa.recruitmenthealthcareaustralia.com.au or by clicking APPLY now.

location Seattle Distribution Center Building B, 6751-6795 E Marginal Way S, Seattle, WA 98108, USA


Registered Nurse - Emergency Department

Emergency Department RNs Healthcare Australia WA are currently seeking skilled Emergency Department Registered Nurses to fill shifts in both public and private hospitals throughout Perth. If youre an ED Nurse with 12+ months experience and want to join Australias leading nursing agency we want to hear from you Benefits Above award pay rates Free uniforms Free training both practical and online Opportunities to travel interstate, rural and remote Criteria 1 year experience as an ED Nurse Ability to hit the ground running Ability to obtain a WWCC Ability to obtain a National Police Clearance ONLY SHORTLISTED CANDIDATES WILL BE CONTACTED WA Nurses Refer A Friend CASH bonus is back conditions apply httpswww.healthcareaustralia.com.aureferral-terms-conditions Apply If you want to take advantage of this amazing opportunity send us your resume and covering letter to wa.recruitmenthealthcareaustralia.com.au or by clicking APPLY now.

location Seattle Distribution Center Building B, 6751-6795 E Marginal Way S, Seattle, WA 98108, USA


Registered Nurse - Critical Care, ICU

Critical Care Registered Nurse, Intensive Care Unit Permanent full time or part time opportunity This role involves night duty St Vincent™s Private Hospital Melbourne (SVPHM) is a facility of St Vincent™s Health Australia under the stewardship of Mary Aikenhead Ministries. We are a not for profit Catholic private hospital which operates across four sites at Fitzroy, East Melbourne, Kew and Werribee. The Intensive Care Unit (ICU), St Vincent™s Private Hospital Fitzroy, is an 8-bedded tertiary level facility, providing care to a full range of ICU patients including cardiothoracic, neurosurgical and specialist thoracic and orthopaedic surgery. ICU is supported by a dedicated team of critical care nurses, allied health and support staff as well as full time Intensive Care Consultants and ICU Registrars who rotate from St Vincent™s Public Melbourne. To succeed in this role you will have proven advanced critical care nursing skills, an enthusiasm for the delivery of excellence in patient care, the ability to coach and mentor staff and a strong sense of professional accountability and responsibility. Responsibilities will include (but will not be limited to) Provision of excellence in clinical practice and direct patient care Ability to demonstrate responsibility for and maintain own personal and professional development in accordance with the position description The successful candidate will have Current Registration with AHPRA. Post graduate qualifications in critical care Ability to problem solve and negotiate effectively to achieve desired outcomes Demonstrated ability to participate as an active team member Well-developed inter-personal and communication skills Highest standard s of professional practice Benefits include A supportive and friendly atmosphere, salary packaging (increase your take home pay), ongoing education support, comprehensive orientation, uniform, discounted car parking and easy access to public transport. Competitive annual salary and conditions. We are committed to equal employment opportunity, ethical practices, the principles of cultural diversity and promote a smoke free work environment. As part of SVHA™s commitment to the federal government employment parity initiative, we strongly encourage Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people to apply. Your application must contain a cover letter and CV to be considered. Permission to conduct a police check is required. A valid working with children check is required.

location Victoria St, Melbourne VIC, Australia


Registered Nurse - Critical Care, ICU

Critical Care Registered Nurse, Intensive Care Unit Permanent part time opportunity This role involves night duty St Vincent™s Private Hospital Melbourne (SVPHM) is a facility of St Vincent™s Health Australia under the stewardship of Mary Aikenhead Ministries. We are a not for profit Catholic private hospital which operates across four sites at Fitzroy, East Melbourne, Kew and Werribee. The Intensive Care Unit (ICU), St Vincent™s Private Hospital Fitzroy, is an 8-bedded tertiary level facility, providing care to a full range of ICU patients including cardiothoracic, neurosurgical and specialist thoracic and orthopaedic surgery. ICU is supported by a dedicated team of critical care nurses, allied health and support staff as well as full time Intensive Care Consultants and ICU Registrars who rotate from St Vincent™s Public Melbourne. To succeed in this role you will have proven advanced critical care nursing skills, an enthusiasm for the delivery of excellence in patient care, the ability to coach and mentor staff and a strong sense of professional accountability and responsibility. Responsibilities will include (but will not be limited to) Provision of excellence in clinical practice and direct patient care Ability to demonstrate responsibility for and maintain own personal and professional development in accordance with the position description The successful candidate will have Current Registration with AHPRA. Post graduate qualifications in critical care Ability to problem solve and negotiate effectively to achieve desired outcomes Demonstrated ability to participate as an active team member Well-developed inter-personal and communication skills Highest standard s of professional practice Benefits include A supportive and friendly atmosphere, salary packaging (increase your take home pay), ongoing education support, comprehensive orientation, uniform, discounted car parking and easy access to public transport. Competitive annual salary and conditions. We are committed to equal employment opportunity, ethical practices, the principles of cultural diversity and promote a smoke free work environment. As part of SVHA™s commitment to the federal government employment parity initiative, we strongly encourage Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people to apply. Your application must contain a cover letter and CV to be considered. Permission to conduct a police check is required. A valid working with children check is required.

location Victoria St, Melbourne VIC, Australia