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updater 67013 Clinical Nurse Specialists and Managers- Mental Health com_jobsearch jobsearch 1 67013 Clinical Nurse Specialists and Managers- Mental Health Careers Connections International Clinical Nurse Specialists and Managers- Mental Health Careers Connections International Clinical Nurse Specialists and Managers- Mental Health - Registered Nurse I have a number of roles available for a brand new short stay unit in Hobart - beautiful modern state of the art facility , located next to the ocean. With a number of expansions Long stay, community and eating disorder clinic. This is a 24 hour run unit so there will be shift work with short stay and long stay , not for community . Please note I still want to hear from you if you can't do shift work, there maybe other options. This is a small short-stay unit which also includes drug and alcohol issues. Seeking mid level and senior in-charge Mental Health Nurses l, including Manager level and Senior Managers. This is a great place to work, with a lot of extra benefits to make your life easier. Bonus if you have worked in PECC or CL unit . Responsibilities include: As part of a multidisciplinary team delivering high quality mental health services in accordance with the Statewide Mental Health Services Strategic Plan, Mental Health Service principles, National Mental Health Standards, Agency policy, legal requirements and relevant professional competencies, the Registered Nurse will: Undertake the delivery of nursing care to consumers based on best practice principles, person centred, recovery orientated and trauma informed care, within a collaborative and multi-disciplinary framework. Provide care to all consumers of the service, which includes comprehensive biopsychosocial assessments, active, therapeutic engagement, monitoring and review of mental state and response to treatments, ongoing psychotherapeutic work using arrange of modalities and techniques, within a Multi-Disciplinary Team (MDT). Participate in the development and revision of organisational documentation and policies and procedures relating to nursing based best practice and the model of care. Benefits include Good salary , base of up to $102,535 for CNS in-charge (if you have your masters) $1,380 extra when you go on holiday , $9.000 Tax free dollars approx 25-30% more with Shift work Super Total package value - approx $143,000 Super. Managers get up to $125,000 base or potentially more. Various areas available due to expansion , short-stay, long-stay, communiuty (no shift work) and Eating disorder clinic Relocation assistance - up to 6 weeks free accommodation Flights and hotel quaratine paid for Fantastic penalty rates of up to 175% and 250% on Public holidays So much leave - 12 days public holidays (2 more than most other states) 5 weeks leave approximately 11 days extra or working 40 hour weeks Total leave is 48 days and that does not include sick leave (That calculates out at over 9.5 weeks (Including your standard 2 days off a week) Sick leave is 3 weeks (standard is 2 weeks) Potential to get a notated lease - basically renting a car to buy and pay put of your salary before it's taxed - so tax free which includes all your expenses on your car including car wash Purchase extra annual leave Paid for your Regional Visa/ sponorship from the UK/ Ireland is highly valued if you have a Mental Health Nursing degree I would love to hear from you Especially if you have qualifications in Mental Health . If you would like a confidential chat please call Matthew on 61424329788 or matthewbccjobs.com.au Apply now Apply now Registered NurseCareers Connections International Location Hobart Job Reference Number BBBH16881 Classification Registered Nurse Sub Classification Mental Health Job Type Permanent/Full-Time Estimated Salary Package Over $150K Closing Date 13-07-2021 logo
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Skilled Labourer
HAYS, Hobart Region, Tasmania, Hobart
Seeking skilled Civil workers for a project based in Hobart. Your new company An established civil contractor has picked up a sizeable amount of work kicking off in June 2021. They are seeking experienced civil construction labourers to assist with keeping the projects running on time. Your new role You will be working alongside a number of different trades, reporting directly to the foreman and site manager. No two days will be the same. You will be doing general labouring duties throughout the site and operating various plant equipment (if ticketed). What you'll need to succeed The successful applicant will have a minimum of 1 years’ experience working on medium-large scale construction sites. Having the following is required: WHS White Card Drivers Licence Working at heights Confined space EWP yellow card, breathing apparatus, highly desirable What you'll get in return You will be paid weekly on above-award wages and will have the opportunity to work with a contractor that has consistent work. While initially this is a temporary position, there is an opportunity for the right candidate to be taken on permanently. What you need to do now If you're interested in this role, click 'apply now' to forward an up-to-date copy of your CV, or call Clare Jones on 6108 5506 . If this job isn't quite right for you but you are looking for a new position, please contact us for a confidential discussion on your career. LHS 297508 2509126
Business and Programs Data Manager - Flexible Location
Save The Children, Hobart
Job descriptionJoin a national not-for-profit organisation and global movement dedicated to improving the lives of children, families and communities. Channelling your technical expertise in this newly created role, you'll ensure Save the Children programs are of high quality and delivering impact. Your knowledge and experience will contribute to improving the effectiveness of our work, and position Save the Children as a leader in delivering real and measurable outcomes for children, families and communities.Save the Children is no ordinary not-for-profit.We're ambitious, creative and outspoken. We stand up for children's rights. We want all children to be educated, healthy and safe, living a life free from abuse and neglect. We've been working with families and communities in Australia in every state and territory as a trusted support for children for nearly 70 years. More information on our work in Australia is available here.Where you come in:In this full-time, permanent role, you'll have a unique opportunity to apply your business analysis and data governance skills across our Australian Services and reshape how we collect, analyse and learn from data and evidence. You'll work across every business and service delivery team for Australian Services and report to our Head of Practice and Impact Measurement. Based in any capital city of Australia, you'll have flexibility to work from home or from one of our state offices.You will make an impact by:Facilitating transformational change in our data management and reporting practicesDelivering our data governance, data systems and management practicesEnsuring our data approach delivers a continuous improvement loop and enables us to demonstrate our impact for childrenDesigning and improving processes and documentation to build the quality of our data across Australian ServicesDoes this sound like you?You're an expert in analysing business needs and defining the case for change to enable data management capabilities and outcomes. You thrive in a fast paced, complex environment and work well to critical deadlines. Your empathy and highly developed interpersonal skills give you a flair for engaging differing stakeholders across diverse backgrounds as you act as the interface between our business and IT technical teams. You're able to convey complex concepts in a straightforward manner and build the capacity of others through the way you conduct your work.This role requires:A proven and applied understanding of data governance and data quality framework and proceduresAbility to work across a large and diverse portfolio of projects, with complex interdependencies and critical delivery time framesExperience in the design and operation of databases that translate data to external donor systems and requirements, including documentation and data element mapping across systemsDelivery oriented approach with the ability to understand stakeholder needs and mature their data management capabilitiesExpertise in diagnosing inefficiencies, determining root causes, and recommending solutions to complex challengesA degree and experience in Business Management or related fieldWorking at Save the Children is more than just a job.It's the feeling of knowing that your work is contributing to making the world a better place for children and working with others who feel the same. In addition to a connection to social causes, you will have access to:Competitive salary plus fully salary packaging benefitsFriendly, agile and flexible work environment including working from home (WFH)Additional annual leave options availableSound interesting?We'd love to hear from you. Submit your cover letter (1 page max) and resume by clicking on one of the buttons in the 'Apply' section.Position Description - Business and Programs Data ManagerFor a confidential discussion about the role, please contact Kylie Williams on kylie.williams@savethechildren.org.au, using the subject line: Business and Programs Data Manager - Flexible Location enquiry via EthicalJobs. or 0416 098 235.At Save the Children, we seek a workforce that is as diverse as our society - in race, ethnicity, gender, age, sexuality, cultures and beliefs - and reflects the communities we work in. We believe diversity and inclusion are fundamental to our culture and core values and we demonstrate this commitment through all our employment practices. Our inclusive workplace culture contributes to making Save the Children a great place to work.We strongly encourage Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander applicants to apply.Save the Children Australia is a child-safe organisation. All employees are required to undergo a National Police Check, a Working with Children Check where necessary, and sign our Child Safeguarding Policy and Code of Conduct.Save the Children Australia supports the Inter-Agency Misconduct Disclosure Scheme. If you are successful in your application, we will request consent to access HR held information pertaining to your last 5 years of employment. You can read about the Scheme and our commitment to Safeguarding here.
Workplace Training & Assessment - RGIT Australia
RGIT Australia, Glebe, Hobart, TAS
About Us Royal Greenhill Institute of Technology (RGIT) Australia with a founding principal of delivering excellence in training and generating an excellent workforce for the industries. RGIT Australia is proud to offer a learning environment that pays particular attention to student welfare and to fostering equal educational opportunities for students of all ages. RGIT Australia is looking for a highly motivated and dedicated trainers for: (CHC30113) Certificate III in Early Childhood Education and Care (CHC50113) Diploma of Early Childhood Education and Care To work within the Institute’s ECEC Department at our Hobart Campus. Position Responsibilities Follow the course curriculum to deliver and assess the respective course in an efficient and effective manner Monitor student activity and ensure they are provided with support for satisfactory course progress Contribute to the development of courses in a team environment to foster a culture that embraces continuous improvement and best practice Ensure professional development is continuously maintained for industry currency Monitor the use of resources and contribute to their improvement To be considered for this position, applicants need to have the following: Minimum Certificate III in Diploma in Early Childhood Education and Care (to deliver Cert III) Minimum Diploma in Early Childhood Education and Care (to deliver Dip) (TAE40116) Certificate IV in Training and Assessment Significant work experience in relevant industry Ongoing commitment to professional development Minimum 1 year of vocational education and training experience RTO Manager (Student Management System) experience is preferred To be successful in this job you will be a highly motivating and engaging individual with outstanding presentation skills that set you apart from others. You will have a proven track record of leadership in a work environment with demonstrated highly developed oral and written communication skills. This position offers excellent career opportunities in a friendly and supportive work environment. If you believe you are qualified and suitable for this position, please submit your cover letter together with your resume
Early Childhood Educator - RGIT Australia
RGIT Australia, Glebe, Hobart, TAS
About Us Royal Greenhill Institute of Technology (RGIT) Australia with a founding principal of delivering excellence in training and generating an excellent workforce for the industries. RGIT Australia is proud to offer a learning environment that pays particular attention to student welfare and to fostering equal educational opportunities for students of all ages. RGIT Australia is looking for a highly motivated and dedicated trainers for: (CHC30113) Certificate III in Early Childhood Education and Care (CHC50113) Diploma of Early Childhood Education and Care To work within the Institute’s ECEC Department at our Hobart Campus. Position Responsibilities Follow the course curriculum to deliver and assess the respective course in an efficient and effective manner Monitor student activity and ensure they are provided with support for satisfactory course progress Contribute to the development of courses in a team environment to foster a culture that embraces continuous improvement and best practice Ensure professional development is continuously maintained for industry currency Monitor the use of resources and contribute to their improvement To be considered for this position, applicants need to have the following: Minimum Certificate III in Diploma in Early Childhood Education and Care (to deliver Cert III) Minimum Diploma in Early Childhood Education and Care (to deliver Dip) (TAE40116) Certificate IV in Training and Assessment Significant work experience in relevant industry Ongoing commitment to professional development Minimum 1 year of vocational education and training experience RTO Manager (Student Management System) experience is preferred To be successful in this job you will be a highly motivating and engaging individual with outstanding presentation skills that set you apart from others. You will have a proven track record of leadership in a work environment with demonstrated highly developed oral and written communication skills. This position offers excellent career opportunities in a friendly and supportive work environment. If you believe you are qualified and suitable for this position, please submit your cover letter together with your resume
Recruitment Consultant - Hobart
HAYS, Hobart Region, Tasmania, Hobart
Are you determined to build a successful career quickly? Consider a career in Recruitment with Hays Your new company At Hays, we are the industry leading recruiting experts, more successful than our four nearest competitors combined. We believe that the right job can transform a person's life and the right person can transform a business. As a recruiting specialist you will do this every single day. Hays is rapidly growing and we are not slowing down. We are passionate about making a difference for our clients and candidates and are searching for ambitious and talented graduates who are results driven and sales focused to kick start their career in Hobart. Your new role When you join Hays, we will provide you with more than just a job. We will offer you a career that sees you: Managing and growing your own client portfolio Sourcing new candidates via a multitude of channels and conducting thorough interviews Identifying new business opportunities and establishing relationships with new clients Providing excellent service delivery to your portfolio of established relationships Advising decision makers from SMEs to global organisations to help them achieve their business objectives Working collaboratively with your team to reach team goals Handling the job process from beginning to end including short-listing, making expert recommendations and maintaining relationships What you'll need to succeed You may still be building on your skills and experience, but you know you are: Highly motivated and sales driven Passionate about helping people flourish and achieve their career goals Energized by connecting with new people and developing new relationships Driven towards achieving results in an environment full of healthy competition Inquisitive and curious, always wanting to know more about people and the world of work Confident to establish new relationships Ambitious to achieve results and progress your career Adaptable and agile, able to constantly seek new opportunities in the market What you'll get in return We grow our own talent and will invest heavily in your development. And if you don’t yet have proven skills in recruitment we will help you to develop them through our training programme which includes: Formal classroom training Workshops delivered locally by specialists in their field Structured one-on-one coaching with your manager and team mates Comprehensive online learning so you can learn independently Tools and resources written by subject matter specialists to assist you to become a trusted advisor to your clients A new training programme at every stage of your career with Hays, through to management and leadership As well as the comprehensive training, we also offer a range of rewards and benefits: Global career opportunities Extra leave Health, leisure and lifestyle rewards Wellness programme Team glory goal nights out and monthly celebrations Shopping, restaurant, mobile, travel, banking, health and financial discounts Long service awards Referral bonuses Employee share saving scheme Paid parental leave Online child care directory and parenting tools Annual conferences, Christmas parties and prizes Once you develop your expertise and achieve results you will be offered fast tracked career opportunities both locally and globally. These are just some of the reasons Hays was voted ‘Best Recruitment Company to Work for 2018’ at the Recruitment International Awards. What you need to do now Our people tell us that Hays is a great place to work, over 90% of our employees say that they are proud to work for Hays. You could have the opportunity to advance your career with the market leading agency and be proud of who you work for too. Getting curious? Contact Samantha Berkhinfand - Internal Resourcer – VIC, TAS & ACT by submitting your application. At Hays, we value diversity and are passionate about placing people in a role where they can flourish and succeed. We actively encourage people from diverse backgrounds to apply. LHS 297508 2507247