About Us Rehab Management provides workplace rehabilitation, health, safety and wellbeing solutions to private and public sector clients. As a nationally accredited provider, we deliver tailored return-to-work (RTW) services, injury management consulting, early intervention, psychology services, and a range of workplace training programs. With a focus on people, team work and quality outcomes, we continue to grow and succeed in helping people to live their best lives. Accredited since 1998, we have a strong track record across multiple commercial lines including Commonwealth services, Life Insurance, motor vehicle accident, military, disability and Corporate Health Wellbeing. The role In this dynamic role, you will be responsible for leading a team of allied health professionals and building the business in your area, by developing strong customer relationships and building a client-focused workplace culture. The position offers utilisation of leadership, operational and staff management skills. What you bring You are an allied health professional with demonstrated management experience and a passion for exceptional service delivery through your commitment to quality and customer service. You have proficient planning and organisational skills, a commitment to continued service improvement, the ability to work with staff at all levels and exceptional interpersonal and communication skills. Essential skills and experience Tertiary qualifications in Occupational Therapy, Exercise Physiology, Physiotherapy, Psychology or Rehab Counselling Full registration with relevant allied health association or agency Demonstrated experience in the development and implementation of occupational rehabilitation services Minimum three years experience in occupational rehabilitation Minimum two years experience in a management or leadership position Forecasting and analysis skills (desirable) A passion for health and wellbeing, injury prevention and achieving outcomes The ability to manage and work in a team environment and autonomously Exceptional verbal and written communication, negotiation and influencing skills Strong stakeholder relationship building experience and skills A current Australian drivers licence What we offer Rehab Management is a diverse, supportive and energetic place to work. We offer an opportunity to work autonomously with the support of our highly experienced management and senior leadership teams. We also offer A dynamic career path including extensive leadership training A supportive, innovative and industry professional leadership team to ensure you hit the ground running and have ongoing support for personal and professional growth Competitive salary package + bonus incentives Lucrative professional development allowance and tailored programs Latest technology (iPhone, iPad, laptop) and web-connectivity cloud platform for work flexibility Community service leave and flexible work arrangements Interested? To apply please click below or email your resume to vacanciesrehabmanagement.com.au. For a confidential discussion or further information please contact our Talent Acquisition Specialist Randall on 0438 781 879. Rehab Management is committed to the principles of Equal Employment Opportunity
North Bendigo VIC, Australia
Lifeline Australia is Australias leading not for profit and service provider in suicide prevention and crisis support. By offering support 247, Lifeline Australia is committed to empowering Australians to be suicide-safe through connection, compassion and hope. Our vision is for an Australia free of suicide. We are seeking a dynamic Senior Project Manager to work within the PMO to manage a portfolio of projects focused on the development and delivery of training courses. The training to be developed includes both e-learning and face to face training for both Lifeline and DV-Alert training products. The Senior Project Manager reports directly to the National Manager Program Management Office, and fosters close working relationships with the Lifeline network. Education requirements Tertiary qualifications in health-related field highly desirable Certification in Prince2 or PMBOK highly desirable. Change Management certification highly desirable. Experience Requirements Minimum 5 years experience in project management. Experience in planning, managing and transitioning of project to business as usual. Position Specific Competencies Detailed understanding of project delivery best practice and methodology, with experience in project coordination of medium to large sized projects Commitment to growth mindset Experience in preparation of quality, complex documentation and reporting Excellent interpersonal and communication skills with proven success working with Senior Executives and across multi-disciplinary teams Experience working in the health or training sector Satisfactory police check To submit an application for this position, please email your resume and a one page expression of interest detailing how you fulfill the requirements of the position, referencing the experience, duties and competencies, to Lifeline Australias National Manager HR, Suzy Jones, on recruitmentlifeline.org.au by 5pm, Friday 6th July 2018. Lifeline Australia is an equal opportunity employer.
NSW 2000, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia
About the business Genie Solutions is a trusted name in Practice Management Software for Medical Specialists around Australia. Through our software, we are actively innovating, challenging and changing the healthcare landscape to help medical professionals provide the best and most efficient patient care possible. About the role We are currently looking for a Installation and Training Consultant to join our Melbourne team. In this role you will provide exceptional service, support and training to our customers in the form of installation of software, onsite training for new and existing clients, group training, remote support and training and associated tasks surrounding this. Responsibilities include The installation of Genie Solutions products at medical practices together with on-site training for doctors and their practice staff Conducting or assisting with group training sessions Administration and management of the pre-installation process (including data conversions) Maintain technical knowledge covering all aspects of Genie Solutions products together with related technical issues Maintains superior knowledge of the Australian healthcare and health insurance landscape. Develop, build and maintain customer relationships. Assist in the pursuit of new customers. Skills and experience Recent experience in a field training position is a plus Technology or health Industry experience is a plus Prior training experience highly regarded. Excellent communication skills including the ability to successfully train a diverse group of practice staff and develop good business relationships with customers Effective written communication skills High level of interpersonal skills including the ability to liaise, advise and interact well with other staff members and different stakeholders Sound planning, organisational and problem-solving skills High attention to detail Energetic and flexible team player Must have a current Australian drivers licence Must have own transport If you believe you have the skills and experience for this role then please submit your cover letter and resume.
Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia
Eating Disorder Unit Full-time About the Company Northside Wentworthville Clinic is part of the Northside Group of Psychiatric hospitals owned and operated by the countrys leading private hospital operator, Ramsay Health Care. The clinic has developed an excellent reputation in Western Sydney for its commitment to quality and patient satisfaction. Northside Wentworthville Clinic is a fully accredited 70 bed private psychiatric clinic located 5 minutes from the Parramatta CBD and specialises in the areas of Anxiety Mood Disorders, Drug and Alcohol Rehabilitation, Eating Disorders and Acute Psychiatry. The Eating Disorders Unit (EDU) is a 20 bed specialist treatment facility for Eating Disorder patients. Most patients have severe and chronic eating disorders. The Unit Manager will lead a dynamic and professional team in the provision of high quality care in our Eating Disorders Unit. The role will involve a strong clinical perspective combined with defined business responsibilities. The position is full-time with strong executive support and a multidisciplinary team. The successful applicant will be a Registered Nurse with SupervisoryManagement experience, or have the desire and willingness to work towards this. They will be self motivated and able to work independently. They will also have a solution focused attitude, knowledge of current nursing issues and trends, and an understanding of the accreditation process. Essential Criteria Registered Nurse registration with AHPRA Eating Disorder experience Effective interpersonal and communication skills Excellent customer service skills Experience in child and adolescent mental health desirable This is a great opportunity for a motivated and enthusiastic individual to expand their career with the leader in private mental health services in Australia. Ramsay Health Care offers many staff benefits including a supportive Manager Development program, free on-site gym membership, corporate discounts, free on-site parking, subsidised meals, staff recognition, Employee Club Benefits, Salary Sacrificing, Employee Assistance Program and a safe and secure working environment. This is a fantastic opportunity to join the executive team of Australias premier private hospital and manage its dynamic Eating Disorders Unit. Application instructions If you feel you have the positive attitude and work ethics required to take on this position successfully, simply click on the button below and submit your application. Applications close Tuesday, 3 July 2018
Parramatta, Parramatta NSW 2150, Australia
As part of HCA, ASEPS is Australias leading Operating Theatres Agency. Call today and find out today why everyone in the Operating Theatre world wants to work with ASEPS... Why HCA With designated specialist consultants to look after you and your shifts you can enjoy having the support and relationship of a small agency whilst having all the perks of working for Australias largest- WIN WIN Free access to all mandatory education and specialist peri-operative training opportunities Weekly Pay Work in the Private sector About YOU Motivated, passionate, reliable and proud of what you do AHPRA registration At least 2 years specialist clinical experience Current Flu Vax essential Rights to work in Australia Have a friendly chat with Renay now on 02 4952 4877 to find out more, alternatively send an email to apply.newcastlehealthcareaustralia.com.au
Hunter St, Newcastle NSW, Australia
The company Ascott Sales Integration provides contract sales force and nurse adviser solutions, from supported contract sales or nurse provision to the management, planning and successful implementation of a complete national contract team. Our nurse teams Delivering high-quality infusion therapies or administration of injections to patients in their homes requires highly skilled nurses to operate as a vital part of the clinical care team. Nurses educate patients and family members, explain the medication regimen and infusion devices, all while coaching, answering questions, and encouraging patient uptake and compliance. Our nurses appreciate the patient focus, the flexibility and the autonomy of their work. The role We are looking for a nurse who is interested to join our nation-wide home visit program to visit a patient located in Goulburn to administer an IV infusion. The patient receives a fortnightly infusion on an ongoing basis Time commitment for the nurse is about 3 hours every two weeks This work is casual and very flexible and can be arranged at a time that is convenient for you and the patient The person To be part of this exciting program you Are a Registered Nurse with current CPR qualifications Have excellent cannulation skills Possess strong interpersonal skills Enjoy working autonomously To apply please click on Apply for this job on seek or go to www.ascottsales.com.aucareers. For more information please call Nicole Stampfli or Diana OLoughlin at Ascott Sales Integration on (02) 9439 9770. Email nstampfliascottsales.com.au. We are looking forward to hearing from you
Goulburn St, Macquarie ACT 2614, Australia
Australian Health Professionals has an exciting opportunity for a Director of Nursing to join a NFP aged care facility in the Newcastle region. This role would ideally suit someone who has a few years experience in a similar role, This is home is part of highly regarded and growing not for profit provider. The Opportunity Permanent Full Time or Contract Full Time As a DON, you will have overall responsibility of the management, leadership and clinical care. We are looking for someone that has a natural ability to create a positive culture within the home for the residents, families and staff but also a passionate leader. The home highly regarded in the local community, with happy residents and families. Skills and Experience Tertiary qualification in Nursing Current registration or eligibility for registration with APHRA Prior experience in a similar role within an Aged Care setting Strong leadership skills including the ability to coach and mentor others Demonstrated up-to-date knowledge and skills in Contemporary Aged Care Services Benefits Our client offers a friendly and supportive working environment coupled with a comprehensive orientation program. You will be joining a progressive and dynamic company where your contribution will be valued. You will enjoy being part of a supportive multidisciplinary team where you will have access to learning and professional development opportunities to progress further in your career. A competitive salary will be negotiated based on your experience. How to Apply Forward your details by clicking on APPLY button or email your resume to aleciaaushp.com.au. For confidential chat call Alecia on 0432 972 144.
Hunter St, Newcastle NSW, Australia
Play an integral role in the opening of Benetas™ new state of the art facility Build and lead a team of aged care professionals in a dynamic environment Exciting opportunity to work with an innovative team focused on quality client care Our Company Benetas is a not for profit organisation dedicated to supporting older Victorians, their friends and carers, through a range of aged care and in-home services. Benetas is committed to our reputation as a truly great place to work. We care about our people™s health and wellbeing and invest significantly in their development. We take pride in being a diverse and inclusive employer. We respect and value differences and encourage people of all ages and backgrounds to apply. Benetas is a recognised leader in Gender Equality, having been awarded an Employer of Choice citation for 12 years in a row. Opening in late 2018, The Views at Heidelberg provides contemporary apartment style living for 103 residents, where they can feel at home and be supported with person centred care. The Position Drive the operational, financial and strategic management of our new facility Leading change through a positive workplace culture underpinned by respect, team work and high standards of care Build strong relationships with residents, families, medical staff, Benetas stakeholders and the broader community Accountability for financial performance including occupancy levels, ACFI management and budget outcomes Implement relevant legislative and policy changes and maintain appropriate aged care standards This role is critical in supporting and implementing our new model of care. Our care model in premised on providing holistic care services that are person-centred, and offer flexibility and choice for residents. Skills and Experience Aged care or health management experience Ability to drive improved organisational performance through excellent business acumen Formal qualifications in management or a health related discipline, or comparable business experience Experience in managing and leading teams through major change Demonstrated experience in continuous improvement and managing quality systems Strong influencing, negotiation and communication skills including the ability to build strong relationships Demonstrated understanding of client, family and community needs Benefits Innovative not-for-profit organisation focused on implementing leading edge care models Varied role with excellent opportunities to grow your skills and career Ongoing leadership training and opportunities to contribute to strategic initiatives Generous salary packaging arrangements Opportunity to make a significant difference to the lives of older Victorians Benetas uses video interviewing as part of our selection process. If shortlisted, you may receive an email invitation to complete an online video interview. This can be completed on any video enabled laptop, mobile phone or tablet. Applications close Friday 29 June 2018. To apply for this position, please submit your cover letter and resume at httpwww.benetas.com.aumeetjoin-team-benetas For a confidential discussion and for a copy of the position description, please contact Justin McCarthy, Regional Business Manager on 8823 7900.
Melbourne VIC 3084, Australia
Located in Melbourne or Sydney Regular travel required Join us and thrive Australian Unity is a national health, wealth and living mutual company providing products and services designed to help people thrive. More than one million Australians have created a brighter future with us. We are a mutual organisation with 280,000 members, more than 7000 employees and generating more than 2 billion in revenues per annum. Your Role An exciting opportunity has become available within our Independent Assisted Living business for an Operational Excellence Performance Lead. Reporting directly to the GM “ Branch Operations, you will play a pivotal role in the operational function of our Home Disability Services business. Your key focus will be to enhance branch network performance and capabilities to ensure key deliverables and outcomes are being achieved by coaching around operational standards and executions, while creating and maintaining a customer focused business model. You will provide consultative leadership, coaching, and partnering with branches, their leader(s) and teams to ensure continuous improvement, operational excellence, consistency and high performance outcomes through people. To be successful in securing this role you will have Exceptional leadership capabilities with a coaching approach to people management Extensive relevant experience in an operational capacity A structured approach to problem solving Strong commercial acumen along with safety and compliance understanding The ability to write reports, presentations and negotiate with senior management Strong communication and relationship building skills The ability to work under pressure in a team environment Effective organisational and time management skills Your work at Australian Unity will be focused on helping others to thrive, and so we seek to create a work environment that supports you to thrive in your career. We operate with commercial principles and with a strong social purpose to create community value. The culture at Australian Unity is one that truly operates from its values of Bold, Warm and Honest and we are keen to connect as a priority with those who align with this. We also offer a broad range of benefits and incentives. Join us and thrive
Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia
Care Manager - Aged Care Location IRT Crown Gardens, Batemans Bay IRT Moruya Applications Close Sunday, 8 July 2018 IRT Group is one of Australia™s largest community-based seniors™ lifestyle and care providers. With almost 50 years™ experience, we provide aged care, home care and lifestyle solutions to almost 8000 customers in NSW, the ACT and Queensland. We believe in creating a better world for all older Australians. We have an exciting career opportunity for an experienced clinical care manager to lead our IRT Care Centres at our two facilities in Batemans Bay and Moruya. This role will report to the IRT Care Business Manager and is a full-time position. About the role This is a key leadership opportunity with full accountability for the day to day operations of our Care Centre To deliver exceptional operational performance in line with Aged Care Standards and IRT Annual Objectives You will empower, support and mentor our high performing team of employees and volunteers to continue to deliver high quality care You will enjoy working in a challenging environment that supports continuous improvement Be a key contributor to drive IRT™s culture of innovation and customer centric care Skills Experience we are looking for Demonstrated experience in a similar role with a passion for Aged Care Commercial acumen including working with operational budgets and financial management Sound knowledge of ACFI, Aged Care Legislation and Accreditation Ability to role model continuous improvement and facilitate change through others High level skills with Microsoft Office Products Competent with technology including clinical management systems and HRIS Strong interpersonal skills with the ability to relate empathetically to people from diverse backgrounds, values and cultures Current Australian Nursing Registration (AHPRA) Current Australian Drivers Licence Post graduate qualifications would be highly regarded. Employee Benefits In addition to working for an Employer of Choice, you will receive a competitive salary, and be provided with professional development and education opportunities. IRT Group offers salary packaging options ultimately boosting the take home value. We also have a lifestyle rewards program with free member access to a huge range of quality discounts, promotions and offers on a range of products and services. Unlimited Learning IRT Group provides access to a thorough on-boarding program as well as access to professional development through the IRT Academy. Employee Wellbeing Our employee assistance program is a free and confidential mentor service that is available to all employees and their families to provide support on a range of personal and work related issues. IRT Group has a corporate fitness program and offers our Move 4 Life program that educates our people to work safely to reduce the risk of injury. How to Apply To view a position description and to apply please visit the Positions Vacant page on the IRT Group website www.irt.org.au. Applications must be submitted online via our website. Contact Marg Thornton Phone 0447 684 634
Bodalla Rd, Lake Munmorah NSW 2259, Australia
CLINICAL LEAD - ARCARE TAIGUM An exciting and rare opportunity exists for a Clinical Lead to join the Taigum team at Arcare. Full Time - 76 hours per fortnight, Monday to Friday 0700-1506 Ref 15999 Applications close 2 July 2018 Highly regarded 5 Star Aged Care provider Taigum Location Fast paced and dynamic environment Generous remuneration package ABOUT THE OPPORTUNITY The Clinical Lead is responsible for providing efficient and effective management of all resident care and wellbeing. The Clinical Lead ensures effective documentation of care and service, meeting legal requirements and maximizing financial outcomes. As the Clinical Lead you will be responsible for, in consultation with the Residence Manager, developing, implementing and evaluating the clinicalcare service components of the strategic plan and work around our values and relationship-focused approach to celebrating and supporting old age. ESSENTIAL CRITERIA Current AHPRA registration, Satisfactory police check in accordance with Aged Care Act 1997 Previous experience working in an aged care residence Ability to work across Quality Support and Learning Development functions ACFI experience is essential and evidence is required + ACFI coordination, management, claiming officer experience AS A SUCCESSFUL APPLICANT YOU WILL ALSO POSSESS THE FOLLOWING Strong working knowledge of the Department of Health and Ageing documentation requirements Practice in accordance with the relevant professional standards and guidelines for Registered Nurses Develop a care plan for each resident that reflects the needs of the resident and significant stakeholders and demonstrates an understanding of the resident™s right to choose and make decisions Monitor and manage the clinical budget to meet resource allocation Incorporate principles of ethical decision making, using evidence-based practice, formulate implement and evaluate the resident™s plan of care Staff management skills including recruitment, performance management and rostering In-depth understanding of the aged care accreditation process compliance requirements Previous experience working in an aged care residence Ability to work across Quality Support and Learning Development functions. For any other enquiries about the position, please contact Janelle Haylock at Janelle.Haylockarcare.com.au quoting position reference 15958 Internal applications will close COB 2 July 2018 so please don™t delay and apply today Enquiries Tijana Loncarevic Ph Applications Close 02072018
Brisbane QLD 4018, Australia
Mental Health Divisional Operations Director Goulburn Valley Health, Shepparton Permanent Full Time An exciting and unique opportunity exists for a motivated individual to join the Mental Health Department as the Mental Health Divisional Operations Director. The Mental Health Divisional Operations Director works in partnership with the Mental Health Divisional Clinical Director for the efficient and effective management of the Mental Health Division to achieve and maintain a standard of excellence in clinical practice that reflects the vision and goals of GV Health. As the Mental Health Divisional Operations Director you will Contribute to the organisational strategic planning process by planning, setting and monitoring clear targets for the Division and ensuring that projects are linked to the goals of the GV Health™s strategic plan Lead the development, review and implementation of the annual operational, statement of priorities and quality plans for the Division Support unitprogram managers with the development of service delivery initiatives, including funding submissions and other requirements. Lead the development and provision of monthly reports to the Chief Executive Officer against key performance indicators for financial, human resources, clinical, quality and risk objectives, with the analysis, variance reporting and action undertaken. Leaddevelop and implement governance projectsquality committees and activities Contribute to providing a standard of excellence in customer service. Provide guidance, mentoring and support to unitprogram managers to ensure that appropriate management strategies are in place for the program areas to enable best practice services and strategic goals are delivered. Assist in driving towards the development of a high performance culture through strong leadership through meaningful interpretation and communication of GV Health™s strategic direction and assist to create innovative work practices to assist staff with the change process To be successful in this role you will have Current registration with the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (AHPRA) and equivalent professional body. A commitment to GV Health values Compassion, Respect, Excellence, Accountability, Team Work and Ethical Behaviour Post graduate management qualifications or working towards Significant senior management experience within public healthcare Strong leadership skills that foster a positive team culture and sound working relationships with a range of stakeholders Demonstrated effectiveness as a manager with an ability to initiate, lead and manage change Demonstrated abilities in the development and implementation of operational plans and achieving outcomes Demonstrated understanding of the complexities of the Victorian mental health system Sound financial and staffhuman resource management skills Experience in strategic and business planning, and the ability to develop grant applications Understanding of health service provision under current statefederal funding models What we offer Attractive salary packaging benefits A supportive working environment Attractive regional location Comprehensive health wellbeing programs including discounted gym membership, social club and Employee Assistance Program For a confidential discussion regarding the position please contact Joshua Freeman, Executive Director Community Care on 03 5823 7908. Applications close 22 July, 2018
Victoria 3630, Australia
Parkville Full Time Pre-Admission Triage Nurse Fixed term, 40 hours per week 6 months duration from agreed start date. The Royal Women™s Hospital is Australia™s first and largest specialist hospital dedicated to improving the health and wellbeing of newborns and women of all ages. To join the Women™s is to be instrumental in forging progress towards health equity for women from ground-breaking research through to the bedside delivery of multi-disciplinary clinical care. The Royal Womens Hospital treats 4600 elective patients a year. The bookings office is an integral component of preparing and booking patients for surgery. This role involves working closely with the UrogynaecologyGynae 3 Unit and Reproductive Services team. Creating exceptional experiences is at the heart of everything we do for our patients, their families, and our people across our specialised services within women™s health. This is a great opportunity to gain exposure to elective surgery Are you a Division 1 Nurse registered with AHPRA? Do you have recent experience in surgicalhigh dependency, peri-operative or anaestheticPACU nursing? Do you an understanding of requirements for scheduling theatre lists and preparation of patients for surgery? Do you have excellent time management and communication skills? Do you have the ability to work collaboratively within a team? Do you have knowledge and understanding of the Elective Surgery Access Policy? About you To be successful within this role you will need to be Motivated A great communicator Highly organised Our offering When you join the Women™s you unite with talented people who share your purpose and unwavering determination to advance health outcomes for all women. You will find a workplace that is collaborative, progressive and passionate about learning and working together in multi-disciplinary teams to ensure you find the exceptional in your everyday. Our staff benefits program includes salary packaging, on-site car parking and childcare (subject to availability), alongside a range of discounted financial, lifestyle and wellbeing benefits provided by our staff benefit partners. To learn more, please visit www.thewomens.org.aucareerswhy-work-at-the-womensstaff-benefits We are proudly White Ribbon and Breastfeeding Association accredited. The Women™s is committed to gender equity principles and our people have an awareness of and sensitive approach to violence against womenfamily violence matters. The Women™s is an equal opportunity employer committed to diversity and social inclusion. We welcome applications from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds, including those from Aboriginal andor Torres Strait Islanders, people with lived experience of disability and people who identify as LGBTI. Ready to make the move? For more information about the position, please see the Position Description attached and apply online by selecting œapply now below. All appointments to the Women™s are subject to a satisfactory clearance of Working with Children Check and Police Check. Enquiries Michelyn Treadwell Ph (03) 8345 3380 Applications Close 02072018 To view the position description or submit your application please click the Apply Now button below.
Parkville VIC 3052, Australia
Calvary Lenah Valley Hospital Permanent Part Time REGISTERED NURSE LEVEL 2CARDIAC THEATRE - Calvary Lenah Valley (83,000 - 88,000 Salary Range (Pro Rata), relevant to experience.) An opportunity exists at the Lenah Valley Campus for a highly motivated nurse to join our newly formed cardiac team in establishing our new speciality. We will be delivering high quality perioperative care to our patients. Calvary offers a generous salary packaging arrangement through Maxxia and free parking on site. The successful applicant will have excellent management organisational skills and the ability to collaborate and work effectively as part of a team. Hours is negotiable and can be discussed at Interview Stage. Essential Registered with the Nursing and Midwifery Board of Australia, current practicing certificate Minimum of 2 years relevant clinical experience Relevant post graduate qualification Demonstrated knowledge of current nursing issues and practices pertaining to position Demonstrated verbal and written skills Demonstrates potential to develop sound organisation and management skills Demonstrates potential to initiate and implement QA activities Demonstrated understanding of risk management Desirable Holds or working towards Post Registration qualification relevant to position Previous experience in similar role Membership of relevant professional organisation Applications Close 29062018 To view the position description or submit your application please click the Apply Now button below.
Lenah Valley TAS 7008, Australia
Calvary Lenah Valley Hospital Fixed Term Part Time Calvary Lenah Valley Hopsital - Endoscopy Unit Nurse Unit Manager - Maternity Leave Coverage Join one of Australia™s leading health, community and aged care providers Fixed Term position Excellent salary packaging options available About the role The opportunity exists for a Registsered Nurse with relevant skills, experience and identified leadership and management skills to fill the role of Nurse Unit Manager (NUM) for the Endoscopy Unit at Calvary Lenah Valley Hospital. The successful applicant will contribute to the promotion and delivery of a high standard of patient care and have the capacity to work in a fast paced and constantly changing environment. The successful applicant will have excellent communication and interpersonal skills and therefore the ability to provide exceptional customer service, staff leadership and service development. In addition, you will demostrate an understanding of infection control, risk management, and have the ability to initiate and implement quality programs in order to ensure high standards of patient care. What you bring Essential Registered wiht the Nursing and Midwifery Board of Australia, current practicing certificate Experience in the relevant practice setting Demonstrated management, organisational and leadership skills Excellent communication and interpersonal skills Demostrates a commitment to best practice Desirable Understanding of risk management with the ability to intiate and implement quality programs Post graduate qualification relevant to positionor working towards same Previous experience in a management role Membership of relevant progessional organisations Benefits This is an excellent opportunity to be a part of a leading mission based health care organisation. We offer paid parental leave, salary packaging, career progression, flexible working hours and training and skills development. Calvary is also proud to be recognised as a leader in gender equality. Further details are available here httpswww.calvarycare.org.aucareersbenefits About Calvary Calvary is a national Catholic provider of health, community and aged care services operating in six states and territories. Our services include public and private hospital care, acute and sub-acute care, home care services and retirement and aged care services, in both rural and metropolitan areas. Calvary employs over 11,000 people and has over 1,500 volunteers. Calvary continues the mission of the Sisters of the Little Company of Mary, a mission focused on caring for those who are sick, dying and in need. We express our values of hospitality, healing, stewardship and respect through œbeing for others exemplified by the Spirit of Calvary and the example of Venerable Mary Potter. How to join the team To join our diverse, compassionate and dedicated team for a rewarding Calvary career, please submit an online application. Candidates must hold Australian or NZ Citizenship or the capacity to permanently work in Australia. Employment of a temporary visa holder may only occur if no suitable permanent resident or citizen of Australia has been identified for this position following suitable labour market testing. As part of the application process, you may be required to participate in a health evaluation, which could include face to face assessment and drug and alcohol testing, to ensure your suitability for the role. Please note we are unable to accept emailed applications or resumes and phone calls from recruitment agencies. Applications Close 06072018 To view the position description or submit your application please click the Apply Now button below.
Lenah Valley TAS 7008, Australia
Casual and Permanent Part Time 35.32 - 43.34 phour + Super + Salary Packaging Join largest private operating team in QLD Why the Wesley Hospital? With 19 operating theatres, The Wesley Hospital is the largest private hospital operating complex in Queensland, undertaking up to 750 operations per week. The Wesley was recently recognised as a Centre of Excellence in Robotic Surgery and Metabolic and Bariatric Surgery - a clear indication of the Wesley™s commitment to exceeding clinical benchmarks and providing highly specialised care. At the Wesley, we care for you for life. Your Role We are currently seeking experienced Scrub Scout Registered and Enrolled Theatre Nurses to join our team. You will accountable for the provision of safe, holistic nursing care to individuals and their families, applying best clinical practice and ensuring a safe environment for optimal patient outcomes. You will work alongside a multi-disciplinary team, collaborating effectively to deliver exceptional person-centred care. These opportunities will be offered as either Casual or Permanent Part Time appointments working a flexible, rotating roster. Your Background Minimum 3+ years post graduate experience as Scrub Scout Nurse Ability to work effectively as part of a multidisciplinary team Commitment to ongoing professional development Excellent communication skills Ability to work flexible roster We Offer You™ll work collaboratively as part of a multi-disciplinary team, applying best practice clinical care to a range of patients seeking a quality, private care experience. Youll join a value-centred organisation that is committed to developing its people to their full potential. We offer career paths in both clinical and leadership streams, access to professional development opportunities and cumulative study leave. We emphasise the importance of a work-life balance through flexible work arrangements, access to staff gym and promotion of a diverse and inclusive culture. As a Registered Nurse, we offer 35.32 - 43.34 phour + Super commensurate with your experience. As a not-for-profit hospital, we also offer access to competitive salary-packaging options. Discounted parking is also available on site. Apply Now To apply for this opportunity, please click on the Apply button below to be taken to our online application process We look forward to receiving your application by Sunday, 8th of June 2018. Through our values UCQ are proud of our teams diversity, we believe in the strength of a diverse and inclusive workforce to help us achieve the best outcomes for the communities in which we operate and serve. We highly encourage applications from people who identify as a part of the Australian Aboriginal andor Torres Strait Islander Community. Enquiries Mark Esdale Ph 0439433244 Applications Close 08072018
Brisbane QLD 4066, Australia
About Us Western Health manages three acute public hospitals Footscray, Sunshine and Williamstown Hospital. It also operates the Sunbury Day Hospital, Transition Care at Hazeldean and a range of community based services. We care for a culturally diverse population of more than 800,000 people. We have more than 6,700 employees who are driven by our values of ˜Compassion, Accountability, Respect, Excellence and Safety™ (CARES). Our continued growth will see the completion of a new purpose built, multi-storey Joan Kirner Womens and Childrens Hospital. About the Role Midwifery Group Practice (including Homebirth) Women™s Children™s Services Permanent Full Time Do you want to be part of a family focused, progressive, innovative Maternity Service? Exciting opportunities exist at Western Health (Sunshine Hospital) for highly experienced Registered Midwives with outstanding clinical abilities and a willingness to develop their own skills and knowledge to work in the Midwifery Group Practice (MGP), inclusive of publically funded homebirth. Women™s and Children™s Services at Sunshine Hospital provides quality maternity care for in excess of 5,500 women per year within a diverse community across the Western Suburbs of Melbourne. Our MGP model is client focused and utilises a collaborative and multidisciplinary approach to maternity service provision to women of all complexity across the childbearing journey. Midwives work in a group practice carrying a caseload of approximately 40-45 women a year. If you have experience working across the continuum of maternity care and are keen to progress your career providing continuity of care to women and babies this could be the opportunity for you. If you are a dynamic and experienced Midwife who wants to be a part of a growing maternity service and the shaping the new Joan Kirner Womens Childrens facility we want to hear from you. Benefits We offer a wide range of benefits such as Work-life balance Professional development and career advancement opportunities Salary packaging including novated vehicle leasing Discounted Onsite car parking Onsite fitness clubs Culturally safe and respectful environment Access to an Employee Assistance Program Culture At Western Health, we value our employees and provide them the opportunity to grow and develop. Our teams are friendly and supportive, ensuring we deliver a safe, person-centred and connected patient experience. Western Health is an equal opportunity employer committed to attracting and retaining diversity in our workforce. We encourage applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people. All appointments are made subject to a satisfactory Police Record Check, an Immunisation status clearance and (if applicable) a working with children™s check. Western Health do not accept unsolicited resumesapplications from Recruitment Agencies Enquiries Maree Dell Ph 0478405180 Position Ref 32570 Applications Close 02072018 To view the position description or submit your application, please click the Apply for this job button below.
Sunshine West VIC 3020, Australia
Our client, a well-known and highly regarded private practice based in the heart of Toowoomba, is currently seeking an experienced and qualified Mental Health Nurse for a permanent, part-time opportunity (28 to 32 hours per week). The successful candidate will be responsible for the following - The delivery of nursing care to the highest quality - Providing support and assistance to Psychiatrists - Monitoring of patient medication - One-on-one patient care and interaction - Completing relevant documentation and adhering to industry compliance standards - Reporting The ideal candidate will possess a tertiary qualification in Mental Health, and must have the ability to build rapport and communicate with people in need. Salary will be negotiated dependant upon experience.
Blue Mountain Heights QLD 4350, Australia
Clinical Trials Workforce Development Manager Rare opportunity to combine your clinical trials, mentoringtraining experience to positively impact cancer trials capacity capability across Victoria. Collaborate with a wide variety of organisations and experts across the VCCC Alliance to achieve program aims. Work with a friendly, motivated and supportive team. This appointment is offered as a full-time, maximum term contract to end-June 2020. 18k+ worth of salary packaging options available. About the Position The Victorian Comprehensive Cancer Centre (VCCC) is an alliance of six public hospitals, two medical research institutes and Australia™s leading university. The VCCC is committed to the integration of research and education into routine care for cancer patients. As part of the VCCC™s Strategic Research Plan, a number of programs have been co-developed with clinicians and researchers from our partner organisations that will bring research-led care closer to everyday clinical practice for cancer patients. Reporting to the Head of Education Training Development and working closely with the Head of Clinical Trial Programs, this position will provide you with the opportunity to work with multi-disciplinary teams of researchers, clinicians and educators from across the VCCC Alliance. Your primary responsibility will be program management for the development, implementation, evaluation and quality improvement of the Clinical Trials Workforce Capacity and Capability Program. Key activities will include Contributing to the development of the VCCC Project Evaluation Framework, particularly in relation to your Program Overseeing the development and evaluation of a competency training framework and matrix for major roles within the VCCC Clinical Trials Units Coordinating the planning, development, prototyping, piloting, evaluation and review of face-to-face and online educational projects and programs to support the broader program goals and objectives Collaborating with subject matter experts, external consultants and the VCCC Education Training Team to develop educational content and activities Coordinating workshops, meetings, events and teleconferences pertaining to the program Working with the VCCC Communications Team to develop high quality materials to communicate and promote program activities and benefits In collaboration with the Program Steering Group, assisting in the preparation of high quality status reports on achievement against program goals and objectives Management and guidance for direct reports. Please see the position description on our website Opportunities page for a more detailed description of the key responsibilities and Key Selection Criteria. What You Will Bring to the Position As a proactive and highly motivated individual you will have a track record of outstanding stakeholder management, with the proven ability to build strong, collaborative relationships with both internal and external groups to achieve agreed outcomes. In addition, essential to the success of this role, you will have a good understanding of the clinical trial system in Australia, with experience in andor knowledge of clinical trial operations, governance and regulatory requirements. have significant experience in complex project management, including working with and applying project management frameworks and methodologies, such as quality planning, risk management, communications, scheduling and budgeting. be self-organised with the ability prioritise efficiently and manage timelines to deliver on multiple projectsstreams within a matrix structure. be creative with the ability to think strategically and develop innovative solutions. have a high level of maturity, discretion and diplomacy with the proven ability to exercise sound judgment with sensitivity hold a tertiary qualification or postgraduate qualification in a relevant clinical, scientific, education or public health discipline andor extensive relevant work experience. Desirable Demonstrated experience in managing content development, delivery, promotion and evaluation of educational activities in a complex medical environment Experience in conducting systematic literature searches and reviewing information to inform relevant projects An understanding of the healthcare system andor cancer care About the Victorian Comprehensive Cancer Centre Established in 2009, the vision for the Victorian Comprehensive Cancer Centre (VCCC) is to save lives through the integration of cancer research, education and patient care. Founded in the holistic principles of the internationally-recognised Comprehensive Cancer Centre model, the VCCC is a powerful alliance of 10 leading research and clinical institutions with a shared commitment to working together to advance and accelerate cancer research, treatments, preventions and cures. The VCCC brings together Australias best cancer research and treatment institutions the Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre, Melbourne Health, Royal Womens Hospital, Royal Childrens Hospital, Austin Health, The University of Melbourne, Walter and Eliza Hall Institute, Murdoch Childrens Research Institute, Western Health and St Vincents Hospital Melbourne. The tenure of this role is linked to VCCC funding of a four-year agreement to mid-2020 with the Department of Health and Human Services. The possibility of further opportunities may be available in the future, dependent on funding and operational requirements. Equity Inclusion The Victorian Comprehensive Cancer Centre values diversity and is an equal opportunity employer. We are committed to providing an inclusive work environment, free from all forms of unlawful discrimination, harassment, bullying, vilification and victimisation. Secondment With the ongoing objective of enhancing relationships with our alliance partners, this position may be able to be arranged as a secondment within a VCCC partner organisation. Employees within the VCCC alliance are encouraged to contact Christine Morton, Head of People Culture on 03 8559 6135 to discuss the possibility of a suitable arrangement. To Apply Download and review a copy of the position description for more information about the role and VCCC. Applications should consist of a CV and a covering letter outlining the key reasons for your interest in the role and specifically addressing the key selection criteria in the position description www.viccompcancerctr.org.auopportunities Please lodge your application via Seek no later than COB Mon 2nd July 2018
Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia
With a designated specialist consultant to look after you and your shifts you can enjoy having the support and relationship of a small agency whilst having all the perks of working for Australias largest - WIN WIN Why HCA? Access to Advanced Life Support and Cert 4 in Training and Assessment and other specialist training opportunities at reduced rates Priority selection of shifts as a HCA nurse Download the ehca.com phone app and manage your shifts on the go Exciting work opportunities outside of the Hospital - including education, medical device work and facilitation Competitive private pay rates Exclusive provider agreements with various private hospitals Refer a Friend incentives available About You Motivated, passionate, reliable and proud of what you do Current AHPRA registration At least 2 years clinical experience in Critical Care Up to date vaccinations including recent Flu Vax NSW Health Clearance - up to date vaccinations or serology results NSW Working with Children check Rights to work in Australia If you meet the requirements above and are ready to work for the leading and largest Healthcare recruitment solutions provider in Australia please contact Renay on 4952 4877 Please note that only successful applicants will be contacted
Hunter St, Newcastle NSW, Australia