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Technician- Heavy Vehicle - Multiple Roles
Careerone Partner Network, Bayswater, Bayswater Area, Perth, WA
Technician- Heavy Vehicle - Multiple roles available Technician- Heavy Vehicle - Multiple roles available Posted 2 days ago. 12 people have viewed this job. Location: KEWDALE, WA External link. Opens in a new window Salary: $60,001 - $80,000 Work Type: Full time position Tenancy: Permanent position Positions: 6 Location: Abernethy Rd KEWDALE WA 6105 External link. Opens in a new window How to get here? Job ID: 2294103485 Source: Public Employer Last Modified: 30 June 2021 Website: https://careers.scania.com.au/ Description In an environment where trucking is deemed an essential service and where on-time deliveries are more crucial than ever, keeping these vehicles on the road and in optimal condition is critical. You know us as a world-leading provider of transport solutions. Leading innovation towards a sustainable global transport system - always setting the standard, never settling for them. The only heavy-duty truck manufacturer offering V8 engines - robust, powerful and reliable. Welcome to Scania. What we offer Working for Scania is not just about the job. It is about you too. Our Kewdale branch offers the opportunity to gain experience with a market leading truck supplier that has the only V8 engine in Australia. Multiple roles available Our workshops are all Scania owned branches As an OEM, you have the opportunity to progress to different roles in other areas of the business The opportunity to work nose to tail with genuine Scania parts, the highest quality products Work on all aspects of repairs and maintenance, including engine re-builds and servicing Be part of a thriving branch with clean workshop and facilities Top of the line, maintained tooling Life on the tools Repair & maintenance, mechanical diagnostics and service of vehicles and equipment Engine, clutch, gear box and other component re-builds Promoting and fostering a safe work environment About you You will hold a Certificate III HV Diesel Technician qualification Proven experience working as a HV Technician You take pride in quality workmanship and doing things right. Our quality standards and Scania values mean everything to us, they will mean everything to you, too. You will thrive on ensuring customer satisfaction through your work and how you support your team - happy customers means happy you Other benefits Opportunity to participate in the Global ScaniaTop Team technician with the best technicians in the world New Volkswagen or Skoda vehicle discount Health and wellbeing, employee benefit programs Salary packaging - Shopping, Travel, Leisure and Accommodation discounts Continuous training and global career pathway opportunities A great team environment monthly team BBQ's As part of our usual recruitment process applicants will be required to undergo pre-employment testing, police checks and medical examination Salary will be dependent on experience and will range from $58,000-$82,000 plus super, plus overtime, plus tool allowance & shift penalties. To apply If you want to join a dynamic company with strong values, if you want to be more than a number and have a real voice, join us and start an exciting career in an international company. "Apply now" and submit your CV. Alternatively, you can contact the Talent Acquisition team on 03 9217 3024 or email careersscania.com.au You need to be an Australian / New Zealand citizen or a permanent resident to apply for this role. As an equal opportunity employer, supporting workplace diversity, we encourage applications from people of all backgrounds, genders and cultural heritages. Protect yourself: Cyber criminals are taking advantage of COVID-19. Be extra cautious about who you give your information to. Never give your bank or credit card details or date of birth when applying for a job. Check if the job is genuine by researching the employer and contacting them before applying. Watch Don't get scammed by a fake job ad for more tips to protect yourself. If something doesn't seem right, Report this Job.
Land Management Technician
Ventia, Sale, Wellington Area, VIC
Company description: Ventia Pty Ltd. Job description: We are seeking an experienced Land Management Technician specialising in land management & supporting the upkeep of Defence site gardens and grounds area. This is a permanent full-time position based at the RAAF Base in East Sale. Responsibilities also include: Operation of mowing equipment and tractors for the maintenance of the lawns. Propagation and planting of plant species as directed. General garden handwork as required including weeding, debris and rubbish clean-up, mulching, composting, lawn seeding, sowing and monitoring of growth. Fertilizing of gardens and lawns including pest and infestation control and application of insecticides Regular cleaning of the vehicles, grounds equipment, machinery and tools that are used during service delivery To be considered for the role you will need to possess the following: Must have a minimum of one years’ experience in a similar working environment Ability to work well in a team environment Working within an Environmental Management System Level 1 in Chainsaw Operation (trim and cross cut) Experience in the application of insecticides Use of minor plant and equipment (mowers, tractors, brush cutters, spray units) Current car drivers licence with no restrictions To be considered for this role you will need to be an Australian Citizen and will be required to undertake an Australian Federal Police Check and a Pre-employment Medical Assessment. About Ventia Ventia is a leading infrastructure services company, operating across Australia and New Zealand. Our clients are the owners and operators of assets that are critical to our local communities. We pride ourselves on working smart, safely and sustainably, harnessing the latest technologies and brightest minds. With a diverse and proud heritage, we have a track record of delivering essential services to the communities in which we operate. Diversity We acknowledge the importance of our people’s diverse experiences, talents and cultures. Embracing diversity and creating inclusion is a key component of our talent strategy. The creation of a diverse, inclusive workforce is central to our ability to unlock potential and enhance our success. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people are encouraged to apply for this vacancy. How to apply To apply for this role, please click the apply button on this page. Position Reference Number: 115870 To apply: https://broadspectrum-australia-pty-ltd.contactrh.com/jobs/12217/36061549
Dental Technician
Careerone Partner Network, Adelaide CBD, Adelaide, SA
Dental Technician Dental Technician Posted 3 days ago. 25 people have viewed this job. Location: ADELAIDE, SA External link. Opens in a new window Salary: $80,001 - $100,000 Work Type: Full time position Tenancy: Permanent position Positions: 1 Location: Henley Beach Rd ADELAIDE SA 5000 External link. Opens in a new window How to get here? Job ID: 2294216078 Source: Public Employer Last Modified: 07 July 2021 Website: http://southernimplants.com/ Description About Southern Implants Australia Southern Implants (Southerns as we like to refer to ourselves) is a leading provider of unique and innovative dental implant products with a focus on top-end professional users who want more choices. The company was established in 1987 and is headquartered in South Africa. Our global network of professional representatives are dedicated and committed to provide high level technical support and this value offering is reflected in our Australian chapter located in Perth, Brisbane and Sydney. We are a passionate, family owned, Australian business. Our products are backed by two decades of research and used in the dental and orthopedic fields. We add value by providing affordable, bespoke and site specific treatment solutions for optimal patient outcome, saving you time. About the Role We are currently recruiting to a full time Dental Technician role based in our regional South Australia location. Your key responsibilities would be to design and manufacture restorative dental components and products using specialist knowledge and experience to support this process. Typical Functions Manufacturing Lead on manufacturing processes including: Digital design and production Acrylic & resin work Overseeing daily workflow and managing times and expectations effectively Providing assistance and willingness to teach other members of the team Administration Assisting with technical telephone calls and emails Maintaining laboratory equipment following maintenance schedule Working with administration team to coordinate delivery schedule efficiency About you Qualifications and experience in the following: Implant dentistry Dental technician and / or Dental Technology Form & Functioning of dental waxes and implants Exocad 3D dental printing Competence in the manufacturing process Excellent Aesthetic and Smile Design knowledge Ability to work independently as well as in a team High attention to detail Excellent knowledge in Dental Anatomy Ability to work well under pressure and capable of meeting deadlines and completing work as per delivery schedules Remuneration & Benefits $80,000 $86,000 per annum base income Ongoing learning & development opportunities Regular review and feedback The opportunity to be part of an organisation that prides itself on excellence and best practice Does this sound like you? Then dont waste another minute email your 2 page resume clearly addressing the key selection criteria in this job advertisement together with your covering letter to hrsouthernimplants.com.au Protect yourself: Cyber criminals are taking advantage of COVID-19. Be extra cautious about who you give your information to. Never give your bank or credit card details or date of birth when applying for a job. Check if the job is genuine by researching the employer and contacting them before applying. Watch Don't get scammed by a fake job ad for more tips to protect yourself. If something doesn't seem right, Report this Job.
Technician - Lubrication
Rio Tinto, Gladstone Central, Queensland, AU
Technician- LubricationAluminium or mining industry experience not necessary – this is the perfect role for people with the right skills and attitude to grow and learnA permanent role where your safety, career development and success are our priorityTypically a 9 day fortnight roster but this supportive leader is open to discuss flexible work optionsAll progress begins with pioneers. At Rio Tinto, it begins with you.This role will interface with a variety of site customers and external vendors to ensure an efficient delivery of lubrication services to various equipment across the Yarwun Refinery site. This is an exciting opportunity to join a small, tight-knit team who are a committed to providing quality work.Reporting to the Team Leader, some of your key responsibilities will include:Completing lubrication inspections on various equipment such as pumps and gearboxesTaking oil samplesChanging oil on equipment when requiredGreasing and lubrication of various equipment across siteUse of computer-based maintenance programs to access, update and enter informationWhat you’ll bring:The successful applicant will be self-motivated and not afraid to “get their hands dirty” (literally).You will have demonstrated ability to function effectively as part of a team and bring a positive attitude to working with othersYou will have strong ability to clearly communicate with team members and stakeholdersYou will have a willingness to learn and enthusiasm to develop new skills as required- there is likely going to be opportunities to undertake training in lubrication in this roleA demonstrated commitment to safety and zero incidentsA drivers license.While not mandatory, it could be advantageous if you have:A mechanical trade or backgroundWorking at heights and/or Confined Space ticketsWhat we offerA safety-focused and inclusive working environmentA competitive salary package with annual cash incentive awards (STIP)Access to top tier family-friendly health and medical programsExcellent retirement planA comprehensive leave policy that covers all moments that matter in life (vacation/annual, paid parental leave, short term sick leave, paid holidays)Ongoing individual wellbeing support for you and your family for personal and professional mattersGenerous Rio Tinto employee share programWhere you will be workingYarwun - Rio Tinto is a global leader in aluminium, one of the world's most widely used metals. Active in the sector for more than 110 years, we operate large-scale, high-quality bauxite mines and alumina refineries; alongside the world's most modern and competitive aluminium smelters portfolio. Our industry leadership includes our benchmark smelting technology and enviable hydropower position, key strengths in today's carbon-constrained world.About Rio TintoEvery idea, every innovation, every little thing the world calls ‘progress’ begins witha first step, and someone willing to take it: explorers, inventors, entrepreneurs. Pioneers.For nearly 150 years, Rio Tinto has been a company of pioneers – generations of people spanning the globe, all with the grit and vision to produce materials essential to human progress.Our iron ore has shaped skylines from Shanghai to Sydney. Our aluminium – the world’s first to be certified “responsible” – helps planes fly and makes cars lighter. Our copper helps wind turbines power cities and our boron helps feed the world, and explore the universe.Our diamonds help us celebrate the best parts of life.Diversity and inclusion At Rio Tinto, we want you to be you. We want everyone, everywhere, to feel their voice is heard and respected and we’re committed to fostering a culture where individual differences—whatever they may be—are appreciated and valued. It’s what makes us safer, more productive, improves our decision-making, and helps us to create better relationships with our communities. At Rio Tinto, we particularly welcome and encourage applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, the LGBTI+ community, mature workers, people with disabilities and people from different cultural backgrounds. Applications close on Sunday 18th July (Rio Tinto reserves the right to remove advertised roles prior to this date). Recommended SkillsPassionateHardworking And DedicatedSelf MotivationPositive AttitudeOil And GasCareer Development
Sterilising Technician
ACT Government, n Capital Territory
Our Vision: Creating exceptional health care together.Our Role: To be a health service that is trusted by our community.Our Values: Reliable, Progressive, Respectful and Kind.Canberra Health Services (CHS) is focussed on the delivery of high quality, effective, person centred care. It provides acute, sub-acute, primary, and community‐based health services, to the Australian Capital Territory (ACT) and surrounding region. More information can be found on the CHS website: https://www.health.act.gov.au/The Infrastructure and Health Support Services Division is responsible for facilities and asset management, delivery of capital and minor projects, and infrastructure services, support, and operations. The Sterilising Services section is embedded within this Division.Sterilising Services provides sterilising services to Canberra Hospital (CH), including the Gastroenterology and Hepatology Unit, Calvary Public Hospital Bruce (CPHB), and some private clinics within the ACT and surrounding areas of NSW by cleaning, disinfecting and sterilising Reusable Medical Devices (RMD). Sterilising Services provides reprocessing of RMD, purchasing, instrument repairs and maintenance.Sterilising Services is organised into the following functional areas:Sterilising Services Unit at Mitchell, including management and administrationSterilising Services Unit at CHSterilising Unit at CPHBCentral Reprocessing Unit (CRU) at the Gastroenterology and Hepatology Unit at CHCHS is committed to workforce diversity and to creating an inclusive workplace. As part of this commitment we welcome applications from all diversity groups. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, people with disability and people who identify as Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Intersex, or Questioning (LGBTIQ) are encouraged to apply.Behavioural CapabilitiesAdaptability and flexibility to accommodate change and provide responsive services to meet clients’ needs.Strong organisational skills with a high degree of drive.Well-developed interpersonal skills.Eligibility/Other RequirementsMandatory:Relevant qualifications and experience working professionally in sterilising services is required..HSO 3 – No qualifications are required at this levelHSO 4 – Certificate III in Sterilising (HLT37015) is mandatory to be employed at this levelHSO 5 - Certificate III in Sterilising (HLT37015) and IV in Sterilising Services (HTL47015), or Certificate III in Sterilising (HLT37015) and Certificate IV in Leadership and Management (BSB40215); and minimum five (5) years working in a Sterilising Services unit are mandatory to be employed at this levelA current driver’s license is preferredThis position is required to work across all Sterilising Services sites and participate in a rotating roster that includes a 24 hour/7days per week roster, including public holidays, if required.Understand how the National Standards and Quality Health Service (NSQHS) indicators align with this role.Fulfil the responsibilities of this role as detailed in the CHS Exceptional Care Framework, Clinical Governance Framework, Partnering With Consumers Framework and all other related frameworks.Undergo a pre-employment National Police Check.Comply with CHS Occupational Assessment, Screening and Vaccination policy, (OMU).Prior to commencement successful candidates will be required to:Undergo a pre-employment National Police Check.Comply with CHS Occupational Assessment, Screening and Vaccination policy, (OMU).NotesThis position involves participating in a rotating roster. The rotating shift roster will require the employee to work all shifts within a 24 hour/7 days per week roster. This position also involves working across all Sterilising Services’ sites (Mitchell, Canberra Hospital including the Central Reprocessing Unit and Calvary Public Hospital).For more information on this position and how to apply “click here” Career interest categories: Administration and Governance Healthcare, Medical and Allied Services
Pharmacy Technician (Grade 3) - Oncology
Barwon Health, Geelong
Location: Geelong Job type: Not provided Organisation: Barwon Health Salary: Salary not specified Occupation: Health and Allied Health Reference: 171184 Job posted: 07/07/2021 Closes: 01/08/2021 Occupation: Health and Allied Health Classification: Job duration: Not provided Contact: Stacy Burge - (03) 4215 1595Penelope Nevett - (03) 4215 2673 Reference: 171184 Occupation: Health and Allied Health Salary Range: Salary not specified Work location: Geelong Join the supportive, dedicated team at The Allerton Family Oncology PharmacyGrow your career under experienced mentors invested in your developmentPermanent Part Time – 48 hrs per f/night. Make work life balance a reality!About the facility The Barwon Health Pharmacy Department provides an extensive range of pharmacy services to the University Hospital Geelong, McKellar Centre, Community Health Centres and small hospitals in the region.  Barwon Health is the first hospital in Australia to adopt ROWA robot technology for our inventory control.  In keeping with Barwon Health's commitment as a leading tertiary teaching hospital, the service has an active involvement with education for student and intern pharmacists as well as medical, nursing and other health professionals.About the role In this role you will be required to fill a permanent part-time (Monday's, Wednesday's and Friday's) position at Barwon Health's Pharmacy Department, based at The Allerton Family Oncology Pharmacy. The successful applicant may be required to work across all 4 campuses of Barwon Health. Your will be supporting Oncology Pharmacy pharmacists with duties including but not limited to:Providing quality service to both the dispensary and inpatients of the hospitalSafely preparing chemotherapy/biotherapy in accordance with training, policy and proceduresParticipating in the day-to-day tasks required to ensure safe and timely delivery of chemotherapy/biotherapy to patientsEnsuring all work is completed accurately, on time and in accordance with Barwon Health policies and proceduresParticipating in orientation/training of new technicians, and student and pre-registrant pharmacistsAssisting in the scheduling and labelling of prepared chemotherapy/biotherapyAssisting in the dispensing of other medications for ALCC patients  This position will require excellent interpersonal and communication skills.  If you think you have what it takes to join our active and vibrant team apply today!About the cultureYou will have the opportunity to be a part of a highly skilled, professional, friendly and dedicated team who takes pride in providing high quality service.  Barwon Health provides a supportive environment that encourages growth and education of staff.Barwon Health staff benefitsFlexible working arrangementsProfessional developmentAccess to employee wellness facilitySalary packagingSocial clubDiversity and InclusionAt Barwon Health we are committed to a diverse and inclusive workforce where we value each person’s uniqueness. We embrace diverse life experiences and the perspectives of our people, whilst providing high-quality health care to all members of our community, regardless of age, gender, ethnicity, religion, cultural background, disability, or sexual orientation.At Barwon Health we are committed to providing positive employment opportunities for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people and welcome employment applications from candidates of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander background.We at Barwon Health strongly encourage people with disability and diverse backgrounds to apply for our roles.If we can assist you with any reasonable adjustments in order to submit your application for this role, please contact the Talent Acquisition team via email at talent.acquisition@barwonhealth.org.au noting your preferred method of communication and contact details and a member of the team will be in touch.We Barwon Health are proud to be Totally Smoke Free.
Theatre Technician
Western Health, Melbourne, Western Metropolitan
Location: Melbourne | Western Metropolitan Job type: Not provided Organisation: Western Health Salary: Salary not specified Occupation: Medical Reference: 41882 Job posted: 21/07/2021 Closes: 01/08/2021 Occupation: Medical Classification: Job duration: Not provided Contact: Bernard Hall - 83450445 Reference: 41882 Occupation: Medical Salary Range: Salary not specified Work location: Melbourne | Western Metropolitan Western Health is seeking expressions of interest from a highly motivated Grade 3 Theatre Technician on a permanent basis at our Sunshine campus.This role requires thorough communication with the nursing staff, surgeons, anaesthetists, the theatre coordinator and leadership team. The applicant must be dedicated and motivated to provide excellent customer service and patient safety in the operating theatre.To be successful in this role youHold a Certificate III in Health Servicves Assistance (Theatre Support)Are able to work autonomously and in a teamHave a commitment to delivery of excellence in patient experiencePossess excellent communication and time management skillsHave the ability to problem solve and trouble shoot theatre equipmentAre able to work in a fast paced environmentHave a commitment to safe moves and occupational health and safetyAre efficient and organised with equipment required for each listAbout UsOur workforce of over 9,000 employees are driven by our values of ‘Compassion, Accountability, Respect, Excellence and Safety’ (CARES). We value our people 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 comprises of three acute public hospitals: Footscray, Sunshine and Williamstown Hospital. We also operate the Joan Kirner Women’s and Children’s, Sunbury Day Hospital, Transition Care at Hazeldean and a range of community based services. We care for a diverse community of over 1 million people with complex care needs ranging from Neonates to Geriatrics.Our employees enjoy a wide range of benefits such as:Professional development supportCareer advancement opportunitiesSalary packaging including novated vehicle leasingWork-life balance 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.Western Health is committed to providing a safe environment for the children and young people who are involved in our services, sites and operations. We follow and abide by all legislative requirements to keep children and young people safe.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 resumes/applications from Recruitment Agencies.
Sonographer
I MED Radiology Network, Victoria, VIC
At I-MED we believe in working as a team and delivering high quality healthcare, to every patient, every time. If these are the kind of values you strive for, then we’d like to talk to you, because At I-MED Radiology we recognise that to be the leader in our industry, we must invest in our people, systems and technology and put the patient at the centre of everything we do. Based at our site in Epping, North Melbourne, we currently have an opportunity for a Sonographer on either a full time or part time basis. You will also be required to travel to our sites which includes and is not limited to Craigieburn, Coolaroo, Lalor and John Fawkner . Working for I-MED offers you: Commitment to continuing professional development (CPD) and career advancement Opportunities to progress with I-MED’s continued growth and expansion Latest imaging equipment and continued investment in new technology The shared collective knowledge and support of the I-MED network Competitive remuneration package with flexible work options Commitment to your health and well-being, including access to employee assistance program A range of employee benefits, such as paid parental leave and discounted health insurance An innovative, respectful and welcoming clinic environment united in the pursuit of excellence Key accountabilities include: Consistently delivering high quality and efficient ultrasound imaging services Working together with doctors, technicians and clinic staff to ensure smooth, seamless patient care Promoting and maintaining the highest quality and safety standards Key selection criteria: Current registration with the Australian Sonographer Accreditation Registry (ASAR) Previous experience practicing sonography in a busy clinic or hospital environment Ability to work collaboratively with a diverse range of health professionals and corporate staff Experience using GE equipment desirable New graduates will be considered for this position If you’re looking for the next step in your career and are passionate about the delivery of excellence in medical imaging services to patients, referrers and the community, we encourage you to apply today. Discover new opportunities and join us on the journey to become the most respected and trusted medical imaging specialists in the world.
Sonographer
I MED Radiology Network, Illawarra, New South Wales, VIC
At I-MED we believe in working as a team and delivering high quality healthcare, to every patient, every time. If these are the kind of values you strive for, then we’d like to talk to you, because At I-MED Radiology we recognise that to be the leader in our industry, we must invest in our people, systems and technology and put the patient at the centre of everything we do. Based at our site in Epping, North Melbourne, we currently have an opportunity for a Sonographer on either a full time or part time basis. You will also be required to travel to our sites which includes and is not limited to Craigieburn, Coolaroo, Lalor and John Fawkner . Working for I-MED offers you: Commitment to continuing professional development (CPD) and career advancement Opportunities to progress with I-MED’s continued growth and expansion Latest imaging equipment and continued investment in new technology The shared collective knowledge and support of the I-MED network Competitive remuneration package with flexible work options Commitment to your health and well-being, including access to employee assistance program A range of employee benefits, such as paid parental leave and discounted health insurance An innovative, respectful and welcoming clinic environment united in the pursuit of excellence Key accountabilities include: Consistently delivering high quality and efficient ultrasound imaging services Working together with doctors, technicians and clinic staff to ensure smooth, seamless patient care Promoting and maintaining the highest quality and safety standards Key selection criteria: Current registration with the Australian Sonographer Accreditation Registry (ASAR) Previous experience practicing sonography in a busy clinic or hospital environment Ability to work collaboratively with a diverse range of health professionals and corporate staff Experience using GE equipment desirable New graduates will be considered for this position If you’re looking for the next step in your career and are passionate about the delivery of excellence in medical imaging services to patients, referrers and the community, we encourage you to apply today. Discover new opportunities and join us on the journey to become the most respected and trusted medical imaging specialists in the world.
Sonographer
I MED Radiology Network, Goulburn Region, New South Wales, VIC
At I-MED we believe in working as a team and delivering high quality healthcare, to every patient, every time. If these are the kind of values you strive for, then we’d like to talk to you, because At I-MED Radiology we recognise that to be the leader in our industry, we must invest in our people, systems and technology and put the patient at the centre of everything we do. Based at our site in Epping, North Melbourne, we currently have an opportunity for a Sonographer on either a full time or part time basis. You will also be required to travel to our sites which includes and is not limited to Craigieburn, Coolaroo, Lalor and John Fawkner . Working for I-MED offers you: Commitment to continuing professional development (CPD) and career advancement Opportunities to progress with I-MED’s continued growth and expansion Latest imaging equipment and continued investment in new technology The shared collective knowledge and support of the I-MED network Competitive remuneration package with flexible work options Commitment to your health and well-being, including access to employee assistance program A range of employee benefits, such as paid parental leave and discounted health insurance An innovative, respectful and welcoming clinic environment united in the pursuit of excellence Key accountabilities include: Consistently delivering high quality and efficient ultrasound imaging services Working together with doctors, technicians and clinic staff to ensure smooth, seamless patient care Promoting and maintaining the highest quality and safety standards Key selection criteria: Current registration with the Australian Sonographer Accreditation Registry (ASAR) Previous experience practicing sonography in a busy clinic or hospital environment Ability to work collaboratively with a diverse range of health professionals and corporate staff Experience using GE equipment desirable New graduates will be considered for this position If you’re looking for the next step in your career and are passionate about the delivery of excellence in medical imaging services to patients, referrers and the community, we encourage you to apply today. Discover new opportunities and join us on the journey to become the most respected and trusted medical imaging specialists in the world.
Sonographer
I MED Radiology Network, Bondi Junction, Eastern Suburbs, NSW
I-MED Radiology are pleased to be offering a new opportunity for an experienced Sonographer to join the team at our Bondi Junction on a full-time permanent basis. At I-MED we believe in working as a team and delivering high quality healthcare, to every patient, every time. If these are the kind of values you strive for, then we’d like to talk to you, because At I-MED Radiology we recognise that to be the leader in our industry, we must invest in our people, systems and technology and put the patient at the center of everything we do. Ideally you will be an experienced Sonographer who is seeking flexibility, stability, and career growth. You will be passionate about your work and enjoy working as part of a close-knit team in a busy and thriving clinic. Working for I-MED offers you: Commitment to continuing professional development (CPD) and career advancement Opportunities to progress with I-MED’s continued growth and expansion Latest imaging equipment and continued investment in new technology The shared collective knowledge and support of the I-MED network Competitive remuneration package with flexible work options Commitment to your health and well-being, including access to employee assistance program A range of employee benefits, such as paid parental leave and discounted health insurance An innovative, respectful and welcoming clinic environment united in the pursuit of excellence Key accountabilities include: Consistently delivering high quality and efficient ultrasound imaging services Working together with doctors, technicians and clinic staff to ensure smooth, seamless patient care Promoting and maintaining the highest quality and safety standards Key selection criteria: Current registration with the Australian Sonographer Accreditation Registry (ASAR) Previous experience practicing sonography in a busy clinic or hospital environment Ability to work collaboratively with a diverse range of health professionals and corporate staff Experience using Phillips equipment desirable If you’re looking for the next step in your career and are passionate about the delivery of excellence in medical imaging services to patients, referrers, and the community, we encourage you to apply today. Discover new opportunities and join us on the journey to become the most respected and trusted medical imaging specialists in the world.
Sonographer
I MED Radiology Network, Ashfield, Ashfield Area, NSW
I-MED Radiology recognise that to be a leader in our industry, we must invest in our people, systems and technology and put the patient at the centre of everything we do. We are excited to be offering an opportunity in the Inner West for a sonographer to join our friendly and supportive team at one of our newly acquired Alfred Imaging clinics. The position will predominantly be based in Ashfield and offers a mix of Mammography and General with some Vascular basics. Working for I-MED offers you: Commitment to continuing professional development (CPD) and career advancement Opportunities to progress with I-MED’s continued growth and expansion Latest imaging equipment and continued investment in new technology The shared collective knowledge and support of the I-MED network Competitive remuneration package with flexible work options Commitment to your health and well-being, including access to employee assistance program A range of employee benefits, such as paid parental leave and discounted health insurance An innovative, respectful and welcoming clinic environment united in the pursuit of excellence Radiologist onsite Key accountabilities include: Consistently delivering high quality and efficient ultrasound imaging services Working together with doctors, technicians and clinic staff to ensure smooth, seamless patient care Promoting and maintaining the highest quality and safety standards Key selection criteria: Current registration with the Australian Sonographer Accreditation Registry (ASAR) Previous experience practicing sonography in a busy clinic or hospital environment Ability to work collaboratively with a diverse range of health professionals and corporate staff Experience using GE equipment desirable New graduates will be considered for this position If you’re looking for the next step in your career and are passionate about the delivery of excellence in medical imaging services to patients, referrers and the community, we encourage you to apply today. Discover new opportunities and join us on the journey to become the most respected and trusted medical imaging specialists in the world.
Technician - Healthscope
Healthscope, Victoria, VIC
Great Location - close to Eastlink Supportive Team Environment Opportunities- Full Time position Do you want to become part of our Sterilising Service Department team? Knox Private Hospital is seeking an enthusiastic and highly motivated, Senior Instrument Technician to join the Sterilising Services leadership team. An ability to liaise with all members of the healthcare team, including medical, clinical and non-clinical staff is vital. A positive attitude, flexibility and proven excellent interpersonal skills are essential. The successful applicant must be able to respond effectively in a growing and dynamic clinical environment. As a key member of the team, you will work under the direction of the CSSD Manager and collaboratively with the Perioperative Floor Coordinator with responsibility for the day-to-day operational direction of the department. You will collaborate to coordinate the daily delivery of exceptional service that is evidence based and of a high standard consistent with AS/NZS 4187-2014, Infection Control Guidelines and the Healthscope Policies. Knox Private Hospital is a fully accredited tertiary facility with over 250 beds, providing Emergency Services, Intensive Care and Cardiac Services, including a twenty-four-hour Cardiac Catheter Laboratory. The hospital has 13 theatres, which offer a broad range of specialties including Cardiac, Neurosurgery, Robotics, Plastics, Orthopaedics, Urology, Laparoscopic, Colorectal, Vascular and General Surgery. Specialised wards include two orthopaedic wards, two cardiac and dedicated medical and specialty surgical wards. Qualifications and position requirements include but not limited to: Certificate 4 in Sterilisation/Training and Assessment (preferred) Current or recent experience as Senior Instrument Technician in a management role Consultative leadership style and sound negotiation skills are vital Sound clinical knowledge reflective of best practice Advanced interpersonal communication skills Strong customer service and team focus with the ability to lead a multicultural team Positive role modelling behaviours, excellent interpersonal communication skills Highly organised and strong ability to prioritise tasks Strong motivation and pro-activeness Why Healthscope? When you join Healthscope, you become part of our Community of Care . Our people are at the heart of our organisation - no matter the role, every day our people make a difference to the lives of our patients and their families. We work together to create positive, memorable experiences, alongside our quality care, in every moment of every day. As the only national private hospital operator and healthcare provider in Australia, our 42 sites are supported by our central Support Office, enabling them to provide an exceptional experience for the communities we care for. Healthscope opens the door to endless opportunities for our people, giving them the flexibility to work across one or multiple hospitals across our network. We encourage the pursuit of continuous professional development and education and support our people to grow and flourish securely. We pride ourselves on working with talented, passionate and caring people to ensure our patients receive the highest quality care and experience during their stay with us. While our hospital network is vast, Healthscope is a family. We support each other, we share learnings, celebrate successes and face challenges together . Come and be the difference in our patient's lives . Applications close: 18th August 2021 For further enquiries: Anne Hardy - Manager CSSD - Ph: (03) 9210 7154 To Apply: Please click on the 'Apply' button to be taken to our online application process. Please include a cover letter and your CV along with the contact details for 2 professional referees.
Technician - Healthscope
Healthscope, Bathurst-Orange Region, New South Wales, VIC
Great Location - close to Eastlink Supportive Team Environment Opportunities- Full Time position Do you want to become part of our Sterilising Service Department team? Knox Private Hospital is seeking an enthusiastic and highly motivated, Senior Instrument Technician to join the Sterilising Services leadership team. An ability to liaise with all members of the healthcare team, including medical, clinical and non-clinical staff is vital. A positive attitude, flexibility and proven excellent interpersonal skills are essential. The successful applicant must be able to respond effectively in a growing and dynamic clinical environment. As a key member of the team, you will work under the direction of the CSSD Manager and collaboratively with the Perioperative Floor Coordinator with responsibility for the day-to-day operational direction of the department. You will collaborate to coordinate the daily delivery of exceptional service that is evidence based and of a high standard consistent with AS/NZS 4187-2014, Infection Control Guidelines and the Healthscope Policies. Knox Private Hospital is a fully accredited tertiary facility with over 250 beds, providing Emergency Services, Intensive Care and Cardiac Services, including a twenty-four-hour Cardiac Catheter Laboratory. The hospital has 13 theatres, which offer a broad range of specialties including Cardiac, Neurosurgery, Robotics, Plastics, Orthopaedics, Urology, Laparoscopic, Colorectal, Vascular and General Surgery. Specialised wards include two orthopaedic wards, two cardiac and dedicated medical and specialty surgical wards. Qualifications and position requirements include but not limited to: Certificate 4 in Sterilisation/Training and Assessment (preferred) Current or recent experience as Senior Instrument Technician in a management role Consultative leadership style and sound negotiation skills are vital Sound clinical knowledge reflective of best practice Advanced interpersonal communication skills Strong customer service and team focus with the ability to lead a multicultural team Positive role modelling behaviours, excellent interpersonal communication skills Highly organised and strong ability to prioritise tasks Strong motivation and pro-activeness Why Healthscope? When you join Healthscope, you become part of our Community of Care . Our people are at the heart of our organisation - no matter the role, every day our people make a difference to the lives of our patients and their families. We work together to create positive, memorable experiences, alongside our quality care, in every moment of every day. As the only national private hospital operator and healthcare provider in Australia, our 42 sites are supported by our central Support Office, enabling them to provide an exceptional experience for the communities we care for. Healthscope opens the door to endless opportunities for our people, giving them the flexibility to work across one or multiple hospitals across our network. We encourage the pursuit of continuous professional development and education and support our people to grow and flourish securely. We pride ourselves on working with talented, passionate and caring people to ensure our patients receive the highest quality care and experience during their stay with us. While our hospital network is vast, Healthscope is a family. We support each other, we share learnings, celebrate successes and face challenges together . Come and be the difference in our patient's lives . Applications close: 18th August 2021 For further enquiries: Anne Hardy - Manager CSSD - Ph: (03) 9210 7154 To Apply: Please click on the 'Apply' button to be taken to our online application process. Please include a cover letter and your CV along with the contact details for 2 professional referees.
Other (Healthcare & Medical) - Healthscope
Healthscope, Victoria, VIC
Great Location - close to Eastlink Supportive Team Environment Opportunities- Full Time position Do you want to become part of our Sterilising Service Department team? Knox Private Hospital is seeking an enthusiastic and highly motivated, Senior Instrument Technician to join the Sterilising Services leadership team. An ability to liaise with all members of the healthcare team, including medical, clinical and non-clinical staff is vital. A positive attitude, flexibility and proven excellent interpersonal skills are essential. The successful applicant must be able to respond effectively in a growing and dynamic clinical environment. As a key member of the team, you will work under the direction of the CSSD Manager and collaboratively with the Perioperative Floor Coordinator with responsibility for the day-to-day operational direction of the department. You will collaborate to coordinate the daily delivery of exceptional service that is evidence based and of a high standard consistent with AS/NZS 4187-2014, Infection Control Guidelines and the Healthscope Policies. Knox Private Hospital is a fully accredited tertiary facility with over 250 beds, providing Emergency Services, Intensive Care and Cardiac Services, including a twenty-four-hour Cardiac Catheter Laboratory. The hospital has 13 theatres, which offer a broad range of specialties including Cardiac, Neurosurgery, Robotics, Plastics, Orthopaedics, Urology, Laparoscopic, Colorectal, Vascular and General Surgery. Specialised wards include two orthopaedic wards, two cardiac and dedicated medical and specialty surgical wards. Qualifications and position requirements include but not limited to: Certificate 4 in Sterilisation/Training and Assessment (preferred) Current or recent experience as Senior Instrument Technician in a management role Consultative leadership style and sound negotiation skills are vital Sound clinical knowledge reflective of best practice Advanced interpersonal communication skills Strong customer service and team focus with the ability to lead a multicultural team Positive role modelling behaviours, excellent interpersonal communication skills Highly organised and strong ability to prioritise tasks Strong motivation and pro-activeness Why Healthscope? When you join Healthscope, you become part of our Community of Care . Our people are at the heart of our organisation - no matter the role, every day our people make a difference to the lives of our patients and their families. We work together to create positive, memorable experiences, alongside our quality care, in every moment of every day. As the only national private hospital operator and healthcare provider in Australia, our 42 sites are supported by our central Support Office, enabling them to provide an exceptional experience for the communities we care for. Healthscope opens the door to endless opportunities for our people, giving them the flexibility to work across one or multiple hospitals across our network. We encourage the pursuit of continuous professional development and education and support our people to grow and flourish securely. We pride ourselves on working with talented, passionate and caring people to ensure our patients receive the highest quality care and experience during their stay with us. While our hospital network is vast, Healthscope is a family. We support each other, we share learnings, celebrate successes and face challenges together . Come and be the difference in our patient's lives . Applications close: 18th August 2021 For further enquiries: Anne Hardy - Manager CSSD - Ph: (03) 9210 7154 To Apply: Please click on the 'Apply' button to be taken to our online application process. Please include a cover letter and your CV along with the contact details for 2 professional referees.
Other (Healthcare & Medical) - Healthscope
Healthscope, Bathurst-Orange Region, New South Wales, VIC
Great Location - close to Eastlink Supportive Team Environment Opportunities- Full Time position Do you want to become part of our Sterilising Service Department team? Knox Private Hospital is seeking an enthusiastic and highly motivated, Senior Instrument Technician to join the Sterilising Services leadership team. An ability to liaise with all members of the healthcare team, including medical, clinical and non-clinical staff is vital. A positive attitude, flexibility and proven excellent interpersonal skills are essential. The successful applicant must be able to respond effectively in a growing and dynamic clinical environment. As a key member of the team, you will work under the direction of the CSSD Manager and collaboratively with the Perioperative Floor Coordinator with responsibility for the day-to-day operational direction of the department. You will collaborate to coordinate the daily delivery of exceptional service that is evidence based and of a high standard consistent with AS/NZS 4187-2014, Infection Control Guidelines and the Healthscope Policies. Knox Private Hospital is a fully accredited tertiary facility with over 250 beds, providing Emergency Services, Intensive Care and Cardiac Services, including a twenty-four-hour Cardiac Catheter Laboratory. The hospital has 13 theatres, which offer a broad range of specialties including Cardiac, Neurosurgery, Robotics, Plastics, Orthopaedics, Urology, Laparoscopic, Colorectal, Vascular and General Surgery. Specialised wards include two orthopaedic wards, two cardiac and dedicated medical and specialty surgical wards. Qualifications and position requirements include but not limited to: Certificate 4 in Sterilisation/Training and Assessment (preferred) Current or recent experience as Senior Instrument Technician in a management role Consultative leadership style and sound negotiation skills are vital Sound clinical knowledge reflective of best practice Advanced interpersonal communication skills Strong customer service and team focus with the ability to lead a multicultural team Positive role modelling behaviours, excellent interpersonal communication skills Highly organised and strong ability to prioritise tasks Strong motivation and pro-activeness Why Healthscope? When you join Healthscope, you become part of our Community of Care . Our people are at the heart of our organisation - no matter the role, every day our people make a difference to the lives of our patients and their families. We work together to create positive, memorable experiences, alongside our quality care, in every moment of every day. As the only national private hospital operator and healthcare provider in Australia, our 42 sites are supported by our central Support Office, enabling them to provide an exceptional experience for the communities we care for. Healthscope opens the door to endless opportunities for our people, giving them the flexibility to work across one or multiple hospitals across our network. We encourage the pursuit of continuous professional development and education and support our people to grow and flourish securely. We pride ourselves on working with talented, passionate and caring people to ensure our patients receive the highest quality care and experience during their stay with us. While our hospital network is vast, Healthscope is a family. We support each other, we share learnings, celebrate successes and face challenges together . Come and be the difference in our patient's lives . Applications close: 18th August 2021 For further enquiries: Anne Hardy - Manager CSSD - Ph: (03) 9210 7154 To Apply: Please click on the 'Apply' button to be taken to our online application process. Please include a cover letter and your CV along with the contact details for 2 professional referees.
Other (Healthcare & Medical) - Healthscope
Healthscope, Illawarra, New South Wales, VIC
Great Location - close to Eastlink Supportive Team Environment Opportunities- Full Time position Do you want to become part of our Sterilising Service Department team? Knox Private Hospital is seeking an enthusiastic and highly motivated, Senior Instrument Technician to join the Sterilising Services leadership team. An ability to liaise with all members of the healthcare team, including medical, clinical and non-clinical staff is vital. A positive attitude, flexibility and proven excellent interpersonal skills are essential. The successful applicant must be able to respond effectively in a growing and dynamic clinical environment. As a key member of the team, you will work under the direction of the CSSD Manager and collaboratively with the Perioperative Floor Coordinator with responsibility for the day-to-day operational direction of the department. You will collaborate to coordinate the daily delivery of exceptional service that is evidence based and of a high standard consistent with AS/NZS 4187-2014, Infection Control Guidelines and the Healthscope Policies. Knox Private Hospital is a fully accredited tertiary facility with over 250 beds, providing Emergency Services, Intensive Care and Cardiac Services, including a twenty-four-hour Cardiac Catheter Laboratory. The hospital has 13 theatres, which offer a broad range of specialties including Cardiac, Neurosurgery, Robotics, Plastics, Orthopaedics, Urology, Laparoscopic, Colorectal, Vascular and General Surgery. Specialised wards include two orthopaedic wards, two cardiac and dedicated medical and specialty surgical wards. Qualifications and position requirements include but not limited to: Certificate 4 in Sterilisation/Training and Assessment (preferred) Current or recent experience as Senior Instrument Technician in a management role Consultative leadership style and sound negotiation skills are vital Sound clinical knowledge reflective of best practice Advanced interpersonal communication skills Strong customer service and team focus with the ability to lead a multicultural team Positive role modelling behaviours, excellent interpersonal communication skills Highly organised and strong ability to prioritise tasks Strong motivation and pro-activeness Why Healthscope? When you join Healthscope, you become part of our Community of Care . Our people are at the heart of our organisation - no matter the role, every day our people make a difference to the lives of our patients and their families. We work together to create positive, memorable experiences, alongside our quality care, in every moment of every day. As the only national private hospital operator and healthcare provider in Australia, our 42 sites are supported by our central Support Office, enabling them to provide an exceptional experience for the communities we care for. Healthscope opens the door to endless opportunities for our people, giving them the flexibility to work across one or multiple hospitals across our network. We encourage the pursuit of continuous professional development and education and support our people to grow and flourish securely. We pride ourselves on working with talented, passionate and caring people to ensure our patients receive the highest quality care and experience during their stay with us. While our hospital network is vast, Healthscope is a family. We support each other, we share learnings, celebrate successes and face challenges together . Come and be the difference in our patient's lives . Applications close: 18th August 2021 For further enquiries: Anne Hardy - Manager CSSD - Ph: (03) 9210 7154 To Apply: Please click on the 'Apply' button to be taken to our online application process. Please include a cover letter and your CV along with the contact details for 2 professional referees.
Sonographer
I MED Radiology Network, East Gippsland, La Trobe Region, Gippsland, VIC
At I-MED we believe in working as a team and delivering high quality healthcare, to every patient, every time. If these are the kind of values you strive for, then we’d like to talk to you, because At I-MED Radiology we recognise that to be the leader in our industry, we must invest in our people, systems and technology and put the patient at the centre of everything we do. Based in Traralgon, an exciting opportunity exists for an experienced Sonographer to join our friendly and supportive team in Gippsland. Working for I-MED offers you: Commitment to continuing professional development (CPD) and career advancement Opportunities to progress with I-MED’s continued growth and expansion Latest imaging equipment and continued investment in new technology The shared collective knowledge and support of the I-MED network Competitive remuneration package with flexible work options Commitment to your health and well-being, including access to employee assistance program Key accountabilities include: Consistently delivering high quality and efficient ultrasound imaging services Working together with doctors, technicians and clinic staff to ensure smooth, seamless patient care Promoting and maintaining the highest quality and safety standards Key selection criteria: Current registration with the Australian Sonographer Accreditation Registry (ASAR) Previous experience practicing sonography in a busy clinic or hospital environment Ability to work collaboratively with a diverse range of health professionals and corporate staff Experience using Philips equipment desirable New graduates will be considered for this position If you’re looking for the next step in your career and are passionate about the delivery of excellence in medical imaging services to patients, referrers and the community, we encourage you to apply today. Discover new opportunities and join us on the journey to become the most respected and trusted medical imaging specialists in the world.
Sonographer
I MED Radiology Network, Newcastle Region, New South Wales, Gippsland, VIC
At I-MED we believe in working as a team and delivering high quality healthcare, to every patient, every time. If these are the kind of values you strive for, then we’d like to talk to you, because At I-MED Radiology we recognise that to be the leader in our industry, we must invest in our people, systems and technology and put the patient at the centre of everything we do. Based in Traralgon, an exciting opportunity exists for an experienced Sonographer to join our friendly and supportive team in Gippsland. Working for I-MED offers you: Commitment to continuing professional development (CPD) and career advancement Opportunities to progress with I-MED’s continued growth and expansion Latest imaging equipment and continued investment in new technology The shared collective knowledge and support of the I-MED network Competitive remuneration package with flexible work options Commitment to your health and well-being, including access to employee assistance program Key accountabilities include: Consistently delivering high quality and efficient ultrasound imaging services Working together with doctors, technicians and clinic staff to ensure smooth, seamless patient care Promoting and maintaining the highest quality and safety standards Key selection criteria: Current registration with the Australian Sonographer Accreditation Registry (ASAR) Previous experience practicing sonography in a busy clinic or hospital environment Ability to work collaboratively with a diverse range of health professionals and corporate staff Experience using Philips equipment desirable New graduates will be considered for this position If you’re looking for the next step in your career and are passionate about the delivery of excellence in medical imaging services to patients, referrers and the community, we encourage you to apply today. Discover new opportunities and join us on the journey to become the most respected and trusted medical imaging specialists in the world.
Sonographer
I MED Radiology Network, Allenstown, Rockhampton, Rockhampton City, QLD
At I-MED we believe in working as a team and delivering high quality healthcare, to every patient, every time. If these are the kind of values you strive for, then we’d like to talk to you, because At I-MED Radiology we recognise that to be the leader in our industry, we must invest in our people, systems and technology and put the patient at the centre of everything we do. On the Capricorn coast, an opportunity exists for a Sonographer to work in a mix of suburban and private hospital based clinics in Rockhampton and Yeppoon - - short-medium term appointments will be considered. With an average of over 300 days of sunshine each year, Rockhampton is a city in Central Queensland that provides a relaxed and casual outdoor lifestyle with all the essential facilities within easy reach. Working Working for I-MED offers you: • Opportunities to progress with I-MED’s continued growth and expansion • Latest imaging equipment and continued investment in new technology • The shared collective knowledge and support of the I-MED network • Commitment to continuing professional development (CPD) and career advancement • Competitive remuneration package with flexible work options • Opportunity to supplement your income by participating in on-call rosters • Relocation assistance • Generous annual leave entitlements • A range of employee benefits, such as paid parental leave and discounted health insurance • Commitment to your health and well-being, including access to employee assistance program • An innovative, respectful and welcoming clinic environment united in the pursuit of excellence Key accountabilities include: • Consistently delivering high quality and efficient ultrasound imaging services • Working together with doctors, technicians and clinic staff to ensure smooth, seamless patient care • Promoting and maintaining the highest quality and safety standards Key selection criteria: • Current registration with the Australian Sonographer Accreditation Registry (ASAR) • Previous experience practicing sonography in a busy clinic or hospital environment • Ability to work collaboratively with a diverse range of health professionals and corporate staff • New graduates will be considered for this position If you’re looking for the next step in your career and are passionate about the delivery of excellence in medical imaging services to patients, referrers and the community, we encourage you to apply today. Discover new opportunities and join us on the journey to become the most respected and trusted medical imaging specialists in the world.