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Senior Pharmacist Aseptic Services
Eastern Health, Melbourne, Eastern Metropolitan
Location: Melbourne | Eastern Metropolitan Job type: Not provided Organisation: Eastern Health Salary: Salary not specified Occupation: Health and Allied Health Reference: 23685 Job posted: 06/05/2021 Closes: 14/10/2021 Occupation: Health and Allied Health Classification: Job duration: Not provided Contact: Galahad Gu - (03) 9982 2494Kayin Chan - (03) 9871 3520 Reference: 23685 Occupation: Health and Allied Health Salary Range: Salary not specified Work location: Melbourne | Eastern Metropolitan Senior Pharmacist Aseptic ServicesFull Time, Permanent position Grade 3 Pharmacist Based in Box Hill HospitalEastern HealthEastern Health is one of Melbourne’s largest public health services. We provide a range of emergency, surgical, medical and general healthcare services, including maternity, palliative care, mental health, drug and alcohol, residential care, community health and statewide specialist services  to people and communities that are diverse in culture, age, socio-economic status, population and healthcare needs.About the roleEastern Health operates five pharmacy departments. Our enthusiastic team of pharmacists and technicians are dedicated to providing high quality, evidence-based care to our patients at the time they are most needed. Our pharmacy department strongly values professional development and clinical education. We have an ongoing commitment to practice-based research and offer opportunities for involvement to all staff.An exciting new opportunity exists at Eastern Health for a passionate pharmacist with sound clinical knowledge to join our dedicated team in a Senior Pharmacist Aseptic Services position. This position is responsible for overseeing the delivery of pharmacy services to Aseptic Services at Box Hill Hospital. The position is responsible for the development, planning, directing, co-ordination and operation of the Box Hill Hospital pharmacy department sterile and cytotoxic preparations area with special reference to the relevant Therapeutic Goods Administration requirements, Australian Standards, and the Code of Good Manufacturing Practice (cGMP). This position will ensure the cGMP standards are met at all times resulting in high quality manufactured products. This position will ensure the aseptic preparations area meets the immediate and anticipated needs of our patients. The position will collaborate with Senior Pharmacist Maroondah Aseptic Services, Yarra Ranges Health, Healesville Hospital & Yarra Valley Health to ensure that aseptic practices are standardised and maintained across Eastern Health.About you To be successful in this role you should possess the following. Please refer to Position Description for the full details including major responsibilities.Registered or eligible for registration as a Pharmacist with the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (AHPRA)Current and advanced hospital pharmacy experience in Aseptic Service Sound knowledge and understanding of all relevant aspects of hospital pharmacy. In particular, demonstrated ability to practice in accordance with Society of Hospital Pharmacists of Australia (SHPA) GuidelinesDemonstrate commitment to optimum patient focused care and professional practiceDemonstrated understanding of customer service of internal and external customers and be committed to effectively meet their needs in a helpful and professional mannerDeveloped staff supervision and interpersonal skills. Ability to facilitate open discussion and resolve conflict.Demonstrated ability to perform under pressure, to meet time constraints and determine work priorities and a high level of organisational skillsDemonstrated leadership, negotiation and decision making skillsDemonstrated ability to manage change and program developmentDemonstrated ability to work as part of a team to build relationships and work in partnershipsDemonstrate commitment to continuing education and peer reviewProficient computer and data management skills (including a minimum of intermediate knowledge of Microsoft Office programs)Current Driver’s licenceWhat we offerEastern Health offers a variety of fantastic Employee Benefits, view the extensive range here!The benefits of working for Eastern Health include:Diverse and engaging career opportunitiesFriendly & supportive teamFlexible working hoursSalary packaging optionsCareer progression in our teaching hospitalsNext StepsIf you have the ability and drive to make a difference take hold of this opportunity and apply today!For full details refer to the attached Position Description and direct all enquiries to the contact persons listed.All appointments are made subject to a satisfactory police records check.You must have the right to permanently live and work in Australia to apply for this job.Please submit all applications online. Recruitment agency applications will not be accepted.Eastern Health Values:  Patients First: Agility: Humility: Respect: Kindness: Excellence
Cssd Manager
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CSSD Manager Melbourne Private Hospital, Melbourne New Nursing/Midwifery 210001SH Requisition 3 days ago Post Date Apply for Job Share this Job Sign Up for Job Alerts Diverse team environment Certificate 5 in Sterilisation/Training and Assessment Located within the Royal Melbourne Hospital Precinict - Parkville Do you want to become part of our Sterilising Service Department team? Melbourne Private Hospital is seeking an enthusiastic and highly motivated Manager to join the Sterilising Services 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 and collaboratively with the Perioperative Manager 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. Melbourne Private Hospital is a fully accredited tertiary facility with 122 beds, providing intensive care and cardiac services. The hospital has 4 theatres and 2 cath labs, which offer a board range of specialities including cardiac, neurosurgery, robotics, plastics, orthopaedics, urology, laparoscopic, colorectal, vascular and general surgery as well as neurosurgery. Specialised wards include 1 cardiac, 1 neurosurgery/vascular/orthopaedic wards, as well as a general ward. Melbourne Private Hospital also has a day procedure and chemotherapy ward. As the CSSD Manager your responsibilities will include: Over-seeing a high standard of evidence based Sterilization services to the operating theatre and other clinical departments within the hospital As the CSSD Manager you will adhere to Australian College of Operating Room Nurses (ACORN) standards and plan, assess, implement and evaluate the cleaning, sterilization and packing of hospital instruments Provide clinical leadership - providing direction, support, supervision, teaching and specific clinical specialty direction for CSSD Technicians Essential Criteria: Certificate 5 in Sterilisation/Training and Assessment (preferred) Extensive experience in Theatre Current or recent experience as Senior Instrument Technician in a management role Sound knowledge of accreditation standards ACHS/AS/NZ 4187 Standards and HICMR Consultative leadership style and sound negotiation skills are vital Demonstrate excellent written and verbal communication skills with e xceptional organisational skills and attention to detail An interest in promoting best practice patient care and strong sense of customer service A focus on professional development Applications close: Wednesday 18thAugust 2021 For further enquiries: Nardia Pavanello, Perioperative NUM, email: nardia.pavanellohealthscope.com.au
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Revit Documentor
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Multiple Dealership Opportunities (Aj6180)
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Multiple Dealership Opportunities (AJ6180) Posted 21 hours ago Fantastic openings Great remuneration Solid company & reputation We have just listed Multiple Dealership Opportunities with a major group in Melbourne. Multi-franchised and based about 30 minutes from Melbournes CBD and in the Western suburbs. This dealer is part of a major group. With brilliant showrooms, state of the art workshops and stocking genuine parts for some of the worlds most leading truck brands. They have two locations and stacks of opportunity providing good remuneration for those candidates with the required skillsets. This professional group employ nearly 700 people across Melbourne and is one of the largest automotive businesses in operation. The company was established in 1915 and is still going strong with expansion on the horizon. All roles are full time Monday to Friday, some requiring Saturday attendance. Remuneration consisting of a good hourly rate, most with monthly incentives and of course superannuation. Established several years ago and continuing to provide professional services to their clientele. This is a company that will provide many opportunities, couple with a long, stable working career. Act now and please apply nominating your preferred role. In some circumstances more than one position may exist. Additionally, if you have friends, work colleagues who are in need of a change, challenge or opportunity, be sure to encourage them to apply as we do have a referral program in place, just let us know to expect a call so we can forward your incentive in appreciation. Sales Truck Sales Manager Truck Sales Executive , Retail & Fleet Sales Consultant Finance Cadet Service Auto Electricians, Truck Technicians, Gearbox Specialist, Trades Assistant Road Tester, Trailer Technician, Pre-Delivery Technician Warranty Administrator and Internal Service Advisor Parts Parts Interpreter Junior & Senior For further information please contact Jackie Vella on 0480 002 345 , please quote reference AJ6180. You can forward your expression of interest to jobsautorecruit.com.au. Other roles can be found at https://www.autorecruit.com.au/current-vacancies/. So much to do in Melbournehttps://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Melbourne Click here to apply Job Features Job Id AJ6180 Status Open Package negotiable Region Victoria Location Melbourne - Western suburbs Apply Online Attach Resume 19004 process_applicant_form 87eea5cf14 Submit
Graduate Engineer M/F - Sydney
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Main key accountabilities:Deliver a scope of work in accordance with activities, project plans or specifications for work that is planned for the short-term view, e.g., from daily to fortnightlyEnsure that the obligations of every individual to have a duty of care for people, community, Safety, Quality, Environment etc. are supportedEnsure that controls required by the SEP, TRA and ITP are ready to implementUse established procedures, gather and correlate basic data and perform detailed or routine engineering dutiesUse effective problem-solving techniques and skills especially as it relates to the delivery of outcomesAbility to read and understand plans, review design documentation to provide constructability review and implement final plansAssign work to technicians and check results, but not on a continuing supervisory basisIdentify report, investigate, and resolve all non-conformances and take measures to correct and prevent a recurrenceMeasure plan costs, efficiencies, yields and quality of product as directedWork with maintenance engineers, shift supervisors and foreman to improve maintenance procedures and plant equipmentParticipate in all Graduate Program development and training activitiesProcure materials and services that comply with specifications, drawings, and Environment standardsQualificationsEssentialBachelor degree in Engineering, Construction Management and Science etcQualifications and training relevant to the Region, Business Unit or projectDrivers LicenceDesirableFurther education for future career path, e.g., reignition of prior learningExperienceEssential Technical competency, understanding, experience or commitment to the area that wish to work in, e.g., construction experienceDesirableRelevant work experience in area of expertise as per University/course requirements, e.g., 90-120 days for EngineeringWork towards professional experienceProactivity, dynamism, good communication and presentation skills, problem-solving etc.
2021 Graduate Engineer M/F - Melbourne
Bouygues Construction Australia, North Sydney, Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, NSW, VI ...
Main key accountabilities:Deliver a scope of work in accordance with activities, project plans or specifications for work that is planned for the short-term view, e.g., from daily to fortnightlyEnsure that the obligations of every individual to have a duty of care for people, community, Safety, Quality, Environment etc. are supportedEnsure that controls required by the SEP, TRA and ITP are ready to implementUse effective problem-solving techniques and skills especially as it relates to the delivery of outcomesAbility to read and understand plans, review design documentation to provide constructability review and implement final plansAssign work to technicians and check results, but not on a continuing supervisory basisIdentify report, investigate, and resolve all non-conformances and take measures to correct and prevent a recurrenceMeasure plan costs, efficiencies, yields and quality of the product as directedWork with maintenance engineers, shift supervisors and foremen to improve maintenance procedures and plant equipmentParticipate in all Graduate Program development and training activitiesProcure materials and services that comply with specifications, drawings, and Environment standardsQualifications:EssentialBachelor degree in Engineering, Construction Management and Science etcQualifications and training relevant to the Region, Business Unit or projectDrivers LicenceDesirableFurther education for a future career path, e.g., reignition of prior learningExperience:EssentialTechnical competency, understanding, experience or commitment to the area that wish to work in, e.g., construction experience DesirableRelevant work experience in the area of expertise as per University/course requirements, e.g., 90-120 days for EngineeringWork towards professional experienceProactivity, dynamism, good communication and presentation skills, problem-solving etc.
Automotive Assistant Store Manager (Melbourne)
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Great career opportunityGood, safe working environmentCompetitive remuneration packageASSISTANT STORE MANAGER 1X CAMPBELLFIELD1X HOPPERS CROSSING1X FERNTREE GULLYTHE COMPANYThis is for an Australian family owned and operated company with a long history and a strong future. Opportunities to become specialists, work with quality products and people, and obtain career progression are available to those who are passionate, committed, and willing to invest in their futureObjective: This role contributes a critical function to the efficient and profitable operation of the company The responsibility of this role is primarily a retail and distribution sales function as well as assisting the Store Manager in general workshop operation. To achieve this you will be highly self-motivated and organized and will also demonstrate disciplined organizational skills and effective communication and interpersonal skills. This role may require delegation of tasks to workshop staff and delivery persons to ensure that performance standards are achieved when requested by the Store Manager. The Role Welcome customers to the store and make them feel comfortable in dealing with our organisation. Book vehicles in for inspections and/or repairs with the understanding that this function is vital to the growth and success of the Store. Carry out vehicle repairs as directed in a professional, efficient, and accurate manner, including double checking of repairs carried out. Train Technicians to prepare and record accurately all information on Pedders job cards. This function includes the recording of all parts used and work carried out on a customer’s vehicle. As repairs are completed, the job card is returned to the Store Manager for further action. Deal with customers and staff in an efficient and polite manner with an emphasis on service to our customers and maintaining high levels of enthusiasm and motivation among the workshop staff. Order parts from suppliers, coordinate the timely delivery of those items and promptly administer invoices as required. To assist the Store Manager in achieving sales budget as determined on a monthly basis. Ensure that the outside grounds, signs, workshop, vehicles, and equipment are kept well presented and are maintained in a reliable and serviceable condition. Ensure that every effort is made to adhere to all Occupational Health and Safety standards regarding tools, equipment, and work practices. Ensure that each day the reception and washroom areas are kept clean and tidy. Ensure that company procedures are adhered to at all times. Monitor and maintain stock levels in accordance with minimum stock lists as requested by the Store Manager. Coordinate distribution of customer orders and ensure their prompt delivery as required. Ensure that all company forms ie: job cards, PFI sheets, Time Sheets, daily calendar, and customer record cards are maintained and completed in full. Assist in the day to day operations of the store and report to the Store Manager any competitive activity, complaints, compliments, or suggestions given by customers or other staff members. The role also requires a proactive involvement in identifying and reporting of opportunities for growth and development of the store sales. The store 2IC may be responsible for the daily reconciliation of the store cash drawer, EFTPOS facility and daily back up of the computer. Ensure that any overdue accounts are promptly collected. The position may require that from time to time that the Store 2IC assist with workshop, warehouse, and office administration duties as and when requested. May be required to supervise and constantly monitor the training of an automotive apprentice. To chair, liaise and monitor regular meetings with all members of the store staff. The role requires that the Store 2IC provide a support role for the decisions and directions of management. Also includes such other duties consistent with the position. Future operational requirements (at present unknown) may cause the employment specifications to be altered, revised, or abridged. The Candidate Qualification or demonstrate experience in automotive suspension repairs and operation. Current, full Car drivers licence issued in the state of employment. Experience in retail and trade-based sales skills. To be considered you must have full Australian working rights.How to ApplyIf you think you have the above qualities, are looking for a new challenge, and believe you have what it takes to drive a team to succeed consistently, please forward your resume, along with a cover letter, by clicking on the apply button below. Alternatively, you may email your application letter with resume to and quote reference 3312938 in the email subject.
Pharmacy Technician Clinical Trials
Monash Health, Melbourne, Eastern Metropolitan
Location: Melbourne | Eastern Metropolitan Job type: Not provided Organisation: Monash Health Salary: Salary not specified Occupation: Health and Allied Health, Medical Reference: 49491 Job posted: 15/09/2021 Closes: 29/09/2021 Occupation: Health and Allied Health, Medical Classification: Job duration: Not provided Contact: Andrew Chong - 8572 3201 Reference: 49491 Occupation: Health and Allied Health, Medical Salary Range: Salary not specified Work location: Melbourne | Eastern Metropolitan The Monash Health Pharmacy Department is seeking enthusiastic and committed pharmacists to further develop their pharmacy skills and career within the supported environment of the Monash Health network.Grade 3 Pharmacy Technician– Health and Allied Services Award Classification TH10Opportunity to work in the clinical trials pharmacy department and across all Monash Health sitesFull timeAbout the roleThe Monash Health Clinical Trials Pharmacy provides pharmacy services to over 300 active trials across a wide variety of specialties and ages including oncology, haematology, and paediatrics. It is located in the Monash Health Translational Precinct, working together with researchers and clinical partnersThe Monash Health Pharmacy Department provides clinical services to patients in outpatient clinics and wards across the entire lifespan – from pre-birth, newborn babies and children to adults and aged-care. This will allow you to gain experience in specialist areas.The key purpose of this role is to:To practice in accordance with International Conference on Harmonisation (ICH) Good Clinical Practice (GCP) guidelinesTo assist in the delivery of pharmacy services under the supervision of a pharmacistTo aseptically compound clinical trial medications including cytotoxic medications and genetically modified organisms.To carry out other tasks in accordance with the designated scope of practice for a pharmacy technician as required.Work collaboratively with pharmacy team members and other staff in the delivery of pharmacy services.To carry out other tasks in accordance with the designated scope of practice for pharmacy technician as required.Rotate through multiple sections of the Pharmacy Department and across multiple Monash Health sitesParticipate in weekend and late-shift rosters as requiredResponsibilitiesBe familiar with, and practice in accordance with the ICHGCP guidelines, TGA Access to unapproved therapeutic goods.Ensure that the ordering and receipt of trial medications, supportive care medications, standard of care medications and other consumables are done in a timely manner to ensure continuity of supplyAssist pharmacists in the aseptic preparation suite as needed, including cleaning of the aseptic suite, quality assurance activities and delivery of aseptically prepared items after successful completion of appropriate training and competency assessment.Assist with the setup, maintenance and archiving of clinical trial study foldersMaintain complete and accurate documentation in accordance with sponsor/investigator protocol, complying with relevant legislation, guidelines, and standards.About youEssentialCertificate IV in Hospital Health Services Pharmacy Support course or equivalentOther qualifications (e.g. Certificate III or IV in Community Pharmacy, overseas pharmacist qualification, graduate degree)Working With Children CheckMinimum three years full time experience as a qualified pharmacy technicianExperience with aseptic and cytotoxic preparationExcellent written and verbal communication skillsExcellent computer literacy skills and knowledge of information systems and technology.Ability to work effectively in inter-professional teamsCommitment to continued professional development and educationDemonstrates initiative and reliabilityWorks well with peers showing flexibility and adaptabilityProactive and constructive approaches to problem solving for individual patients and service development.Supervised technician students under placementDesirablePrevious experience with clinical trialsPeter McCallum Chemotherapy Preparation CourseWhat’s on offer at Monash Health?Professional development and opportunities for career progressionSalary packagingRecognition and reward programHealth and wellbeing programs:  on-site fitness centres, smoke free workplace, general practitioner servicesEmployee support: confidential coaching and support serviceHow to applyMonash Health recognises the value of equal employment opportunity and is committed to patient safety and promoting fairness, equity and diversity in the workplace. At Monash Health we are relentless in our pursuit of excellence and work to our six guiding principles.Applications will only be accepted via the Monash Health online Mercury System only. Email applications will not be considered.Existing Monash Health Employees should apply using your Monash Health employee account. For any queries regarding employee accounts contact Recruitment Services by email – recruitment@monashhealth.org. Offers of employment can only be made once all required probity checks have been completed.  These include:reference checks;a clear Police Check conducted within the last three months; a current Victorian Employee Working with Children’s Check (or proof of payment for same);and proof of immunisation.As part of our selection process, you may be invited by email to participate in an on-camera video interviewClick Apply Now or contact Andrew Chong, Assistant Deputy Director of Pharmacy on 8572 3201 for a confidential discussion.
IT/AV Technician (VPSG4)
Department of Education and Training, Melbourne, CBD
Location: Melbourne | CBD Job type: Full time / Until 30/06/2022 Organisation: Department of Education and Training Salary: $88,955 - $100,930 Occupation: IT and Telecommunications Reference: VG/DET/SRS/8199A Job posted: 21/09/2021 Closes: 05/10/2021 Occupation: IT and Telecommunications Classification: VPSG4 Job duration: Until 30/06/2022 Contact: Jim Moran | jim.moran@education.vic.gov.au Reference: VG/DET/SRS/8199A Occupation: IT and Telecommunications Salary Range: $88,955 - $100,930 Work location: Melbourne | CBD An exciting opportunity is available for an IT/AV Technician to join the Visitor and Working Experience Team at the Bastow Institute of Educational Leadership (Bastow). The IT / AV Technician is to support Bastow's Visitor and Working Experience team and the delivery of professional learning for Victorian educational leaders. It is a critical service delivery support to Bastow's implementation of high-quality professional learning to school leadership and particularly as Bastow transition to a hybrid mode of learning. The role requires the combination of detailed technical expertise with an understanding of and experience in how to implement technology to enhance learning.IT/AV Technician VPSG4 fixed term full time until 30 June 2022An exciting opportunity is available for an IT/AV Technician to join the Visitor and Working Experience Team at the Bastow Institute of Educational Leadership (Bastow).The IT / AV Technician is to support Bastow's Visitor and Working Experience team and the delivery of professional learning for Victorian educational leaders.Key accountabilities for this role include:Uses appropriate purchasing processes that reflect the complexity of the procurement in accordance with departmental policyRespond to service calls by Bastow staff and course facilitators and ensure they are resolved accurately and efficientlyLiaise with DET IT Division regarding corporate and school network system access and use at BastowDaily maintenance of IT Equipment onsite at Bastow, including regular system reviews toidentify preventative works requiredEstablish and implement QA processes and procedures; review quality of project team outputsThe role requires:a demonstrated expertise in IT and understanding of IT usage in education settingsthe ability to constructively deal with stakeholder issuesan ability to anticipate and manage potential and emerging issues to ensure projectobjectives are metactively seeking to meeting customer needs and delivering high quality outcomes for clientsYour application must include your current CV and a 2-page cover letter addressing the keyselection criteria.