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Average salary in Australia for the last 12 months
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Average salaries of the most popular professions in Australia
In 2023, the most popular profession in Australia is Transit Manager, whose average salary is 285978 aud. The second place is taken by Transit Program Manager - 285978 aud, the third - Associate Director Supply Chain - 256774 aud.
10 popular branches by number of vacancies in Australia
In Australia the most claimed specialist of Engineering Jobs. According to our site`s statistics the number of vacancies in this branch is 14.4% from total number of suggestions in Australia.
Distribution of vacancies by regions in Australia
As seen in the chart, in Australia the greatest number of vacancies are open at . In the second place is New South Wales, and the third - Victoria.
Branches rating by salary in Australia
The highest paid category in Australia is Mining, Resources & Energy. The average salary in the category is 159266 aud.
The most highly paid professions in Australia
In 2023, the most highly paid profession in Australia is Transit Program Manager. The average salary is 285978 aud.
, East Perth
Vacancy Reference No. 921941 This is a Permanent Full Time appointment, however a Part Time appointment will be considered. WA Health is committed to eliminating all forms of discrimination in the provision of our service. We embrace diversity and strongly encourage applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, people from culturally diverse backgrounds and people with disabilities. WA Health supports flexible working practices within the context of a quality health service. WA Health is committed to a smoke free environment across all buildings, grounds and vehicles. WA Health is committed to growing the Aboriginal workforce as a part of WA Health’s Aboriginal Workforce Policy. As a measure to achieve equality, Section 51 of the Equal Opportunity Act 1984 applies to this position. Aboriginal people are encouraged to apply. Eligibility to Apply: Australian citizenship or permanent residency is an essential requirement for applicants to be considered for permanent positions in the public sector. Other Conditions: WA Health engages staff in positions of trust and responsibility. WA Health policies require applicants to undertake criminal records screening and integrity checking as part of the appointment process. Referees may also be asked to comment on an applicant’s integrity and past demonstration of ethical behaviour. Whilst this selection process will initially be used to fill the above vacancy, it may also be used to fill other "similar" vacancies throughout the health service. In addition to this, should the successful applicant decline or vacate the advertised vacancy, then the next most suitable applicant may also be selected from this process. Both of these options remain valid for a period of six (6) months from when the authorised delegate endorses the recruitment decision. Position Profile: We are seeking to appoint an enthusiastic and dynamic individual to the position of Finance Analyst. The Finance Analyst will contribute to the provision of financial and budgetary performance reporting and analysis of the WA health system to support strategy development, planning, purchasing and performance monitoring, management and strategies for the WA Health system. Employee Benefits: In addition to the great salary our employees enjoy an amazing range of benefits which may include (in line with operational requirements):9.5% employer contributed superannuation into a fund of your choice. For further information click here. Professional Development Opportunities and Study Leave/assistanceFlexible working arrangementsFlexible leave arrangementsOther professional and location based allowancesSelection Criteria: Please see the attached Job Description Form (available online at www.jobs.health.wa.gov.au). For Further Job Related Information: We encourage you to contact Shamiso Marerwa on 08 9222 6476. If you experience difficulties while applying online, please contact Employee Services on 13 44 77 for immediate assistance during business hours.
Horticulture Labourers, NSW
We're looking for 2-3 fit , healthy lads to work with our Clients in the Horticulture IndustryYou could be laying mulch , planting small trees , weeding , carrying materials - a variety of tasksSome previous experience would be usefulYou will need a OH&S White Cards and Steel Capped Safety bootsand the ability to get up early :-) The sites are all around Sydney Metropolitan area - mostly accessable by Public Transport Give me a call on 0418.210 678 for further detailsJohn Kearney1300apprentice Special Requirements White Card Certificate
Picker Packer Voice Pick
Allstaff Australia, Sydney, Parramatta & Western Suburbs
DescriptionJob tasks and responsibilitiesWork will involve voice picking of various products within a large distribution centre plus other duties including:Pallet loading and wrappingMeeting daily picking KPI’sLifting, moving and carrying up to 25kgs repetitivelyShifts will vary from day and afternoon shifts – including Saturday and SundayShift times will range between 5:00am and 10:00pm (must be available to work both mornings and afternoon shifts)Skills and experienceSeeking candidates with the following requirements:Prior experience in picking / packing / warehouse / voice pickingAbility to perform physical work (standing, lifting, bending) of a repetitive natureAvailable for shifts Monday to SundayAbility to work day and afternoon shiftsWilling to undertake drug and alcohol screeningOwn transportGood understanding of and commitment to Workplace Health and SafetyCurrent police checkJob benefits and perksPay Rate ranging from $30.00 to $36.00Casual ongoing position – Weekly rosters providedPossibility of career progression for the right candidateExcellent Supervision and TrainingSafe Work EnvironmentLong Term EmploymentTo apply, please submit you resume via seek.com.au or contact Loretta Salakas from Allstaff Australia on 02 97347006.
Teach English In China in 2021- No Experience Needed!
EF English First, Cairns
EF English First is looking for enthusiastic people like you to join us in China for the experience of a lifetime. Every year, hundreds of candidates from all kinds of backgrounds and majors join us in over 60 cities to teach English. We’re offering you the opportunity to live abroad, experience new places, travel in your spare time, and earn a full-time salary. You do not need to have any teaching experience or speak Chinese. EF will provide you with all the training and support in obtaining the qualifications you need. We will even pay for your flight to China if you join us in one of our select locations. All you have to do is take the first step and submit an application! Package includes: Competitive local salary (dependent on experience) Performance bonus after 6 months (up to 2,000 RMB per month) Flight allowance (monthly) ESL certification program available Health insurance Sponsored legal Z work visa Free hotel accommodation during your first two weeks Free flight to China (select cities) Airport pick-up upon arrival Free Mandarin Chinese lessons EF sponsored social & cultural events 21 days of paid holidays Requirements: Bachelor's Degree (any major) A clear background check Ability to live abroad for at least one year Why EF: Reputation: We are the largest privately owned education company in the world, and a sponsor of 6 Olympic games Skills: We offer wide range of courses and accreditations to foster your career development Community & Support: Full support from application to arrival; make lifelong friends from all over the world Language: Speaking Chinese is not a requirement; we offer FREE Chinese classes for those who want to learn
Allstaff Australia, Sydney, South West & MCorridor
DescriptionAllstaff Australia is a reputable Recruitment Agency within the Warehousing Industry. We are currently recruiting multiple positions for a large Pharmaceutical and Household Goods manufacturing Warehouse in South West Sydney.This is an ongoing position Monday to Saturday. The role is hands on and will require you to have high attention to detail in a production environment.RequirementsAvailable to start immediatelyGood understanding of WH&S and GMPExperience operating a process line in a production and manufacturing settingBe able to follow both written and verbal instructions accuratelyPhysically fit to undertake manual and repetitive tasks – lifting up to 20kg+Must be reliable and a team playerOwn transport requiredTo apply, please submit your resume via seek.com.au or if you have any questions please contact Loretta Salakas from Allstaff Australia on 02 97347006.
The Australian Red Cross Blood Service, Located at Coffs Harbour Donor Centre, NSW
Permanent part time opportunity - 50 hours a fortnight Varied shifts across Mondays to Saturdays Located at Coffs Harbour Donor Centre, NSW About Lifeblood:At Lifeblood, we’re here for all Australians. And although our life-giving role started over 90 years ago with blood, today we support more people in more ways than ever before.We also help to facilitate the donation of tissue, organs, breast milk, and other life-giving biological products. Plus, we deliver world-class research and provide expertise in diagnostic, transplantation and other clinical services. Everyone at Lifeblood is united through the power of humanity to build a healthier nation.About the role: We’re currently seeking an Enrolled Nurse with a valid AHPRA registration to join our team at the Coffs Harbour Donor Centre. In this role, you’ll apply your phlebotomy skills whilst actively learning and adapting your approach to provide an outstanding experience for our amazing donors. We offer a comprehensive training program led by Nursing Specialists that will support your clinical development.You’ll act with a sense of urgency, high energy and enthusiasm and be able to relate openly and comfortably with everyone. You’ll value self-awareness and reflect on your own strengths and areas for development, making you a valued contributor. This is a permanent part time opportunity, 50 hours a fortnight with a rotating roster that is created in advance and can change on weekly basis. Click here to view operational hours.Accountabilities: • Deliver a supportive and safe experience to our amazing donors• Physically insert and remove needles to collect donations • Monitor donors and escalate any complex donor assessments• Show pride in upholding our high safety and quality standards Skills & capabilities: • Holds APHRA registration • Outstanding interpersonal skills with the ability to build a warm connection with donors• Collaborative with a strong sense of teamwork • Digital and technical aptitude Benefits:• Salary packaging programs which allow you to make the most of your salary• Rewards program offering discounts on movies, groceries, food & beverage, department stores and travel & leisure• Discounted health insurance, veterinary care and car hire• Internal programs focused on your wellbeing and safety Next steps:We’re a fast-paced business, so we aim to progress suitable candidates through the hiring process as soon as we receive applications. This may mean the role is filled prior to the advertising close date. We strive for an inclusive environment where people from diverse backgrounds and perspectives are respected, connected, and able to contribute to the best of their ability, with equal access to opportunities and resources.As part of our recruitment process, you’ll be required to complete and clear a national criminal history check, medical assessment, employment history check, and a validation of Australian working rights. For further details on this position please Kollyann Thim on email@example.comSalary is determined using the Lifeblood specific Nursing Enterprise Agreement. A recent copy of your nursing payslip will be used as a guide to determine pay rate within the Nursing Grade 2 category. While we appreciate all interest in our business, we won’t engage with or accept candidates from agencies or consulting firms on this occasion.COVID-19 update:Lifeblood’s top priority is the safety of our donors, staff, volunteers and, of course, blood recipients. Blood and plasma donation remains absolutely vital, and as healthcare settings, our blood donor centres remain open and our teams are ready to welcome donors who are healthy and well.Our donor centres are safe places and we’ve always adhered to strict sanitation protocols. In light of the current coronavirus pandemic, we’ve implemented further measures to help protect our donors and our teams too. For further information on this, please visit our website for updates. Role Statement Opens in new window
Bartender - Andy's Burgers & Bar (Full Time)
Know your Pilsners from your Pale ales? Let's chat. Andy's is after a brilliant bartender with a natural knack for people and putting on a show.A bit about Andy's:Andy's Burgers and Bar has fast come your new local with its fun feel, tasty burgers, craft beer and live sport on the big screen. It's connected to the main gaming floor, so it's a pretty happening part of the business to work in.A bit about you:You'll likely be someone with a passion for people, who's quick on their feet and quick with a joke. You'll have a palate for gourmet burgers, previous bartending experience and some refined know-how to pour the perfect beer or shake or stir a cocktail that wows. You'll also know how to make amazing coffees. You'll be flexible enough to work a variety of shifts including late nights on our busy days so a burger fix is always an option. The 'must-haves':Andy's is located in the casino area, so you'll need to be at least 20 years old.At SkyCity, we believe there is strength in diversity which is why we encourage and support a diverse range of people in our workforce. We're committed to providing equal employment opportunities, a safe and healthy work environment, and a sense of belonging to all people regardless of gender, race, marital status, age, disability, sexual orientation, religious or ethical beliefs.
The Australian Red Cross Blood Service, Caulfield Donor Centre and various suburbs across ...
Opportunity to save lives Permanent position - hours negotiable between 56 - 76 hours per fortnight Caulfield Donor Centre and various suburbs across Melbourne About Lifeblood:At Lifeblood, we’re here for all Australians. And although our life-giving role started over 90 years ago with blood, today we support more people in more ways than ever before.We also help to facilitate the donation of tissue, organs, breast milk, and other life-giving biological products. Plus, we deliver world-class research and provide expertise in diagnostic, transplantation and other clinical services. Everyone at Lifeblood is united through the power of humanity to build a healthier nation.About the role: We’re currently seeking an Enrolled Nurse with a valid AHPRA registration to join our team at the Caulfield Donor Centre and Pop up centre. In this role, you’ll apply your phlebotomy skills whilst actively learning and adapting your approach to provide an outstanding experience for our amazing donors. We offer a comprehensive training program led by Nursing Specialists that will support your clinical development.You’ll act with a sense of urgency, high energy and enthusiasm and be able to relate openly and comfortably with everyone. You’ll value self-awareness and reflect on your own strengths and areas for development, making you a valued contributor. This is a permanent position with hours negotiable between 56 - 76 hours per fortnight with a rotating roster that is created in advance and can change on a regular basis across 7 days a week. Click here to view operational hours.You will also be required to travel to a variety of locations across Melbourne on our Pop up Donor Centres. These locations include; Cranbourne, Bayside, Narre Warren North, Sunbury, Melton, Dandenong, Williamstown, Pakenham, and Camberwell.Accountabilities: • Deliver a supportive and safe experience to our amazing donors• Physically insert and remove needles to collect donations • Monitor donors and escalate any complex donor assessments• Show pride in upholding our high safety and quality standards Skills & capabilities: • Holds APHRA registration • Outstanding interpersonal skills with the ability to build a warm connection with donors• Collaborative with a strong sense of teamwork • Digital and technical aptitude Benefits:• Salary packaging programs which allow you to make the most of your salary• Rewards program offering discounts on movies, groceries, food & beverage, department stores and travel & leisure• Discounted health insurance, veterinary care and car hire• Internal programs focused on your wellbeing and safety Next steps:We’re a fast-paced business, so we aim to progress suitable candidates through the hiring process as soon as we receive applications. This may mean the role is filled prior to the advertising close date. We strive for an inclusive environment where people from diverse backgrounds and perspectives are respected, connected, and able to contribute to the best of their ability, with equal access to opportunities and resources.As part of our recruitment process, you’ll be required to complete and clear a national criminal history check, medical assessment, employment history check, and a validation of Australian working rights. For further details on this position please contact Jennika Noble via firstname.lastname@example.orgSalary is determined using the Lifeblood specific Nursing Enterprise Agreement. A recent copy of your nursing payslip will be used as a guide to determine pay rate within the Nursing Grade 2 category. While we appreciate all interest in our business, we won’t engage with or accept candidates from agencies or consulting firms on this occasion.COVID-19 update:Lifeblood’s top priority is the safety of our donors, staff, volunteers and, of course, blood recipients. Blood and plasma donation remains absolutely vital, and as healthcare settings, our blood donor centres remain open and our teams are ready to welcome donors who are healthy and well.Our donor centres are safe places and we’ve always adhered to strict sanitation protocols. In light of the current coronavirus pandemic, we’ve implemented further measures to help protect our donors and our teams too. For further information on this, please visit our website for updates. Role Statement Opens in new window
General Practitioner (Perth - Australia)
Easy Recruit, Perth, WA, AU
We are looking for an accomplished, empathic general practitioner to join our practice. The general practitioner's duties include examining patients, diagnosing common illnesses, and administering or prescribing appropriate treatment. You should also be able to address patients' health-related queries.To be successful as a general practitioner, you should be able to communicate the gravity of diagnoses while reassuring patients who are in distress. Ultimately, an outstanding General Practitioner will be cognizant of the ways in which mental health influences physical well-being, and will suggest appropriate referrals if necessary.Essential requirements FRACGP (Fellow of the Australian College of General Practitioners), MRCGP (UK college but NOT International version - MRCGP(INT)) or MICGP (Rep. of Ireland) and eligibility for Specialist Registration with AHPRA Previous experience working in General Practice. Other qualifications can not be considered.
Practice Manager Beaumaris – senior leadership role with excellent remuneration & culture
Alecto Australia Medical Recruitment & Consulting, Melbourne, VIC
Exceptional opportunity for an experienced Practice Manager wanting to transition to a senior leadership role in a GP owned, boutique medical centre. Excellent package on offer and the opportunity to lead a team with a positive and refreshing culture.Would suit a motivated individual who thrives in a busy, team environment and has the tenacity for leading a multidisciplinary practice including GP’s, Allied Health practitioners, practice nurses and administrative staff. This practice has a multigenerational patient base, having served the local community for over 35 years and as such is embedded into the local community. Employees at this practice benefit from working in a safe and friendly work environment where they are valued and supported. Located in an affluent, inner bayside location only a stone’s throw from the beach.Responsibilities:• Take on the senior leadership role within the practice – promoting a positive and efficient work environment and managing the day-to-day operations• Lead, coach, develop and motivate –Administration Support and Clinical Teams• Oversea and deliver a high level of customer care and best practice• New business development. Looking for someone who thinks outside the box. Someone who is innovative and comes up with new ideas on how to do things better.• Maximising efficiencies in the practice• Strong knowledge of patient billing systems and Medicare processes• Policies & procedures –implementing practice policies which meet accreditation and standards• Complaint’s resolution – analyse and develop appropriate response to patient and staff complaintsQualifications & Experience• 3+ year Practice Management Experience• Exceptional leadership and communication skills with ability to manage and motivate a team• Admirable interpersonal skills• Enthusiastic & motivated leader• Strong business acumen• Excellent time management skills• Knowledge and experience of medical practice software• Exceptional understanding of MedicareWhat’s on offer?• Very attractive salary package on offer for the right candidate – $90 to $100k depending on experience• Ongoing educational support and skill development• Flexible working hours – choose to work between 4-5 days per week
Sales Assistant - Loganholme Shopping Village Liquorland
Coles Group Pty Ltd, Loganholme
Want to join a local leader in liquor?We’re Liquorland. A working day here is as varied as the range of local and imported brands you’ll offer customers. It’s a chance to be part of your local community’s life-moments, the big ones, and the everyday ones; that’s unique to a company with a footprint like ours.About the roleDo you know your Ale from your Lager, or your Merlot from your Shiraz? Come join the Liquorland team as a Sales Assistant and put your knowledge to good use.As part of Coles Group, Liquorland is your local convenience liquor store. We make shopping for great beverages easy with a great range of local and imported brands. We’re also growing every day, so it’s an exciting time to join us.About you and your skillsA commitment to providing great customer experiences by working with enthusiasm, energy and pace To know your stuff, as you enjoy engaging with customers, you’ll be a go-to person for customer queriesWhile experience is good, in the end it will be your personality and passion for the liquor industry that will set you apart The ability to be on your feet for long periods of time and will be able to carry out moderate to heavy lifting up to 17kg and reaching of the stock Please note that an accredited Responsible Service of Alcohol (RSA) certificate is a legal requirement for employment selling liquor in Australia. (In some states this accredited RSA may be State-specific and not the nationally accredited training.) Keen as a bean? Just lettuce knowIf you like the sound of us, get growing and apply now. We encourage applications from people of all ages, cultures (including Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples), abilities, sexual orientation and gender identities. We’re happy to adjust our recruitment process to support candidates with disability. Find out more in the ‘Our Recruitment Process’ section of our careers site.Job ID: 84638 Employment Type: Casual
Store Support Manager - Swan Hill
Coles Group Pty Ltd, Swan Hill
From small everyday moments to larger-scale changes unique to a business like ours, as a Retail Leader, you’ll really see the difference your work makes every day. Whether you’re in a distribution centre, a bakery, in-store or on the road, you’re an important part of an Aussie icon at the heart of the nation.About the roleWorking closely with and reporting to the Store Manager, you’ll support all operational and people aspects of the store. You’ll take pride in contributing to a store which is exceptionally presented, welcoming and engaging for our customers, team members and community. This is an excellent opportunity to take your retail leadership experience to the next level. About you and your skills · Ability to coach, lead and develop a large team (100+)· Proven experience working in a fast paced, complex environment· To assist the Store Manager to ensure that key commercial targets are met or exceeded· To keep things simple and inspire customers by making sure Coles’ visual merchandising, safety, compliance and auditing standards are met· To be customer obsessed and continually seek to better understand our diverse customers· To drive a one team culture which puts our team members health, safety and wellbeing first· Ability to look ahead, energise your team and deliver with prideTake your next step into something bigger, apply nowWith us it’s not about the discounts (although you do get those), it’s about joining a team where your wellbeing and professional development is our investment and celebrating your contributions is the norm. And because everyone leads unique lives, we offer flexible work, additional leave and parental leave entitlements.We’re continuing to build a gender equitable team, and a culture that’s just as diverse, inclusive and welcoming as the communities we serve. We encourage applications from people of all ages, cultures (including Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples), abilities, sexual orientation and gender identities.We’re happy to adjust our recruitment process to support candidates with disability. Find out more in the ‘Our Recruitment Process’ section of our careers site.Job ID: 78373 Employment Type: Full time
Insurance Australia Limited, Sydney CBD, AU -, AU
Create impact as an Operations Analyst. Join the largest insurance group in Australia and New Zealand. We’re here for you. Are you ready? As part of the largest insurance group in Australia and New Zealand, we’re here for you. Are you ready? YOUR ROLE An exciting development opportunity is now available in our Pricing Services team as an Operations Analyst. In this role you’ll be a part of a strategic platform that supports the key pricing engine for IAG. You’ll be fundamental in building relationships with our customers and clients, ensuring they meet compliance as well as providing risk analysis to our Technology and Operations teams and incident management. Your role will be key to ensuring the pricing engine is always available to our customers and stakeholders. This is an exciting time to shape our future as we go through significant technology change. The successful candidate can be based in either New Zealand or Australia. We have flexible working options and as a team we make an effort to be in the office two days a week. This is a permanent full-time position, Monday to Friday. ABOUT YOU Experienced Service Desk Analyst or Helpdesk background with three years’ experience in delivery, implementation and operation of operations services. Effective communication and presentation skills Strong understanding of business systems Knowledge or exposure to CICD tooling Ability to identify and solve problems through analysis and planning Exposure to Business Analysis (Intermediate to Advanced) Agile software delivery knowledge ITIL foundation / ITIL 4 certification Ideally have insurance (Policy Systems) knowledge (preferred) Applications close Friday, 19 May 2023. ABOUT US IAG is not only the largest general insurance group in Australia and New Zealand, underwriting over $AUD13 billion of premium per annum, we’re also a tech and research facility, a hub for climate change experts and a centre of resilience design. We chat over coffee with customers, advocate for them in the corridors of Parliament and back them up in the community when life’s moments hit hardest. You’ll know our brands – CGU, WFI, NRMA Insurance, AMI, NZI, and State Insurance to name a few. Together they turn our IAG purpose of making your world safer into action by helping, supporting ambitions and making insurance accessible. At IAG you’re not just part of one brand, you’re part of a large purpose-led Trans-Tasman group dedicated to making your world a safer place. We’re ready to grow your career, acknowledge every part of you, recognise your brilliance, lead you with purpose and help you live your own purpose through us. At IAG you can enjoy: Flexibility and support so you can live life to the full. Work in a team who care about people and community. Receive meaningful recognition through an award-winning system. Join great employee network communities. Access up to 50% off home, motor and small business insurance. We’re committed to the reconciliation movement in Australia for First Nations people and focus on providing a safe and supportive work environment for all our employees. You can find our Reconciliation Action Plan on our company website. We’re ready for you. Apply today.
Associate Nurse Unit Manager - Emergency Department
I WORK FOR SA, PORT PIRIE
OverviewWe are seeking an experienced Registered Nurse to join our dedicated clinical team as Associate Nurse Unit Manager of the Emergency Department of the Port Pirie Hospital. As a Registered Nurse (RN), your primary role is to provide nursing and/or midwifery services in a variety of health service settings. In the Associate Nurse Unit Manager (ANUM), your will support the Nursing/Midwifery Nurse/Midwife Unit Manager (N/MUM) or equivalent in the leadership of nurses/midwives in the Emergency Department.In this role you will promote continuity and consistency of care in collaboration with other ANUM and N/MUM; assist in implementation of practice changes and undertake management responsibilities (e.g. performance management processes, recruitment, staffing, leave management, rostering, work allocation and attendance management, financial and supplies planning and monitoring.Please refer to the job pack below for more information on the position, qualifications and essential minimum requirements.A career in the Yorke and Northern Local Health Network offers many great lifestyle benefits, including diverse job prospects and the opportunity to fast track your skills and career, not to mention your choice of scenery from farm, ocean, vineyards and the Southern Flinders ranges. View the below videos for more information about working for Yorke and Northern Local Health NetworkYorke and Northern LHN - We care for youWork with us - Yorke and Northern LHNIn addition to the annual salary package, we also offer salary sacrifice benefits, employer superannuation contributions and leave loading.Appointment will be subject to a satisfactory Criminal History Check and appropriate immunisation requirements.Check(s)DHS Working With Children Check (WWCC) DHS National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) Worker Check National Police Certificate (NPC) for employment involving unsupervised contact with vulnerable groups required for this position (E.g. aged care employment or work involving vulnerable clients)Immunisation Risk for this position is - Category A (direct contact with blood or body substances)SA Health Services are required to implement the Addressing vaccine preventable disease: Occupational assessment, screening and vaccination policy in the workplace.Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander applicants are encouraged to apply. Job ref: 825469.EnquiriesChristine BensonNursing AdministrationPhone: 8638 4528E-mail: email@example.com Application Closing Date7 June 2023 - 11.55PMAttachments 825469 ANUM - Emergency Department Job Pack.pdfAustralian applicant guidelines Flexibility StatementThe South Australian public sector promotes diversity and flexible ways of working including part-time. Applicants are encouraged to discuss the flexible working arrangements for this role.
Retail Sales Consultant - Bedding & Furniture
MACRO Recruitment, Victoria, Melbourne
Seeking experienced Sales consultant to one of Australia's largest bedroom furniture retailers. Requires Sales Experience and be happy to work weekendsSalary based on experience Based near HawthornA normal day will have you involved in all aspects of retail sales and customer service. This will involve warmly welcoming customers to the store and doing in-store and over the phone sales, plus email enquiries & sales. Basic administrative tasks such as purchase order processing and delivery scheduling.The role requires working at least one day per weekend however an availability to work every weekend will be an advantage. Your next employer is one of Australia's largest mattress, bedding and bedroom furniture retailers. They carry ranges of beds, bedroom suites, children's bedroom furniture, headboards & bases and mattresses, as well as a wide range of manchester and pillows.Experience in sales of mattresses, furniture or homewares will be an advantageClear communicator able to build rapport with customersMust be passionate about sales and customer serviceAble to work both in a small close knit team and independentlyA "can-do" attitude is requiredReasonable computer skills required (experience with POS systems and Excel an advantage).Call Soyuz on 03 9573 1509
Entrée Recruitment, Elizabeth
Permanent, full-time role based in the northern suburbs of Adelaide Rewarding role, providing great workload diversity and professional growthInclusive, team focused work culture coupled with industry leading mentoringAbout the CompanyEstablished nearly 20 years ago, ProActiv People are a reputable and passionate disability, employment, and injury management services provider. Awarded the 2018 Telstra Business Awards for Social Change Maker, ProActiv People take pride in their people centred and inclusive approach. About the RoleThe Employment Consultant role manages a caseload of Job Seekers living with disability, injury or health conditions and helps them to overcome their barriers in transitioning to employment. Your persistence and passion to change people’s lives coupled with great communication skills will see you succeed when approaching employers and helping job seekers in obtaining their employment. Although regularly on the road, the role will be spread across two office locations: Elizabeth and Salisbury. DutiesManage a diverse caseload of job seekers Provide tailored and comprehensive job service to job seekersHelp job seekers obtain meaningful and sustainable employmentCoach job seekers on interview techniques, application writing and effective job searchEducate employers and source appropriate job opportunities for clients Undertake a range of business development tasks in sourcing job vacanciesSkills & ExperienceProven ability to work independently and stay resilient during challenging situationsBackground in customer focused, client centric environment such as sales, retail and recruitmentDemonstrated self-drive and passion for helping peoplePrevious background in Employment Services or Social Sciences advantageous Current National Police Clearance and Working with Children Current driver’s licence and a reliable car Culture & BenefitsEnjoy working for an inclusive and supportive organisation where your opinion matters and be part of a close-knit team. Take advantage of a permanent, full-time role with a clear pathway to a career progression working for a reputable and progressive disability services provider.How to ApplyClick APPLY to submit your application including cover letter and CV in one document in Microsoft Word only. Applications can be addressed toEva Kuricova quoting reference number JO-2304-7906. Telephone enquiries are welcome on (08) 8100 8806.
Entrée Recruitment, Mawson Lakes
Permanent, part-time (0.6 FTE) opportunity | Located in Mawson Lakes, SA$30-$32 per hour, plus super!Professional development opportunities | SA owned & operated organisationAbout the CompanyEdwards Group is a South Australia family owned and operated tourism company with their head office in Mawson Lakes. They are SA’s second largest operator of caravan parks, residential parks and lifestyle villages, and offer specialist building services for parks and villages for the lifestyle industry as Destination Homes Australia. About the RoleAs the Finance Officer, you will be responsible for overseeing the day-today finance function across the group. Reporting to the Finance Manager and interacting with the on-site team working in parks and villages, you will maintain financial data entry and reporting for eight separate entities ensuring accuracy and efficiency requirements are consistently met. This newly created role is offered on a part-time, 0.6 FTE basis. DutiesBookkeeper tasks across eight entitiesBank account reconciliationCredit card reconciliationAccounts payableManage accounts email inbox and queries from parks or suppliersMaintain supplier recordsSkills & ExperienceExperience using MYOB Account RightRecent success in a similar roleBAS preparation (preferred)Proficient with MS OfficeFinancial analysis and bookkeeping experience Strong attention to detailStrong customer Service skillsCulture & BenefitsJoin a SA owned and operated organisation growing within the tourism and lifestyle industries!Opportunities for growth and development in other areas of the businessAn established team with strong leadership support and career mapping prospectsWork-life balance with this rare part-time opportunityHow to ApplyClick APPLY to submit your application including cover letter and CV in one document in Microsoft Word only. Applications can be addressed to Kathy Lyrtzis quoting reference number JO-2304-7894. Telephone enquiries are welcome on (08) 8100 8804.
Cellar Door Manager - Taltarni Vineyards
Taltarni Vineyards, Moonambel, VIC
Taltarni Vineyard and Winery was founded on the principles of individuality, independence and expression, which still guide us today. Combining old-world traditions with innovative new-world techniques, Taltarni produces a diverse range of high-calibre still red and white wines and méthode-traditionnelle crafted sparklings.Remaining steadfast in our commitment to crafting refined wines of elegance and balance, Taltarni’s portfolio continues to be a reflective expression of the varietal and terroir from which our wines are born.An excellent opportunity exists for an experienced Cellar Door Manager or Cellar Door Supervisor/Attendant looking for the next step in their career.If you want to work in an incredibly beautiful environment, with exceptional wines, a great team and strong support for growth from the management team, this is for you.Tree-changers encouraged to apply - escape the rat race, we'll even help you move! What's in it for you?• Excellent salary• Financial relocation assistance• Financial incentives• Wine Club membership commissions• Fuel allowance• Generous staff discounts• Stunning work environment• Supportive management team• Encouragement to grow with the businessJob Requirements To be successful in this role, you will need to have:• A genuine passion for wine• Outstanding personal presentation• Exceptional Customer Service skills• Outgoing, friendly personality• Current Victorian RSA• Current Victorian Forklift Licence desirable but not essentialSome key tasks and requirements of the role:• Day-to-day cellar door operations such as rostering, stock control, bookings planning, conducting tastings• Liaise with key tour operators and tourism bodies to promote Taltarni Vineyards as a destination winery• Ensure all Cellar Door staff are trained and up to date with strategies to be implemented at Cellar Door.• Assist our Wine Club Manager with monthly club despatches as well as day-to-day web order packing & shipping.• Work closely with our Direct-to-Consumer Manager and Marketing & Communications Manager• Manage monthly stocktakes• Comply with WH&S policies and procedures including Covid-19 capacity regulationsApplicants must have Australian citizenship/residency or a valid existing Australian work visa.
Embedded Test Analyst
Michael Page, Sydney
Collaborate with the product dev team to define test requirements and specs for embedded systems within medical devices.Design and implement test strategies, plans and procedures for embedded systems.Conduct thorough testing of systems to identify defects, performance bottlenecks, and ensure compliance with regulatory requirements.Develop and maintain test cases, test scripts and test environments, considering various use cases and scenarios.Utilise Altium for hardware design verification and testing, ensuring seamless integration with the embedded systems.Develop and execute firmware testing, validating the functionality and performance of systems.Utilise JIRA for issue tracking and bug reporting, ensuring timely resolution and efficient communication within the dev team.Analyse and report test results, providing clear feedback to the dev team and stakeholders.Solid experience in Embedded systems testing.Strong knowledge of Integration testing.Experience with automated testing frameworks and scripting using Python.Knowledge of C/C++, GIT and JIRAExposure to Altium, RTOS and Win CEStrong knowledge of embedded systems concepts, including firmware, software, and hardware integration.Hold a Bachelor's degree or equivalent
Primary PE Teacher - Sydney Wide
Fit Futures Pty Ltd, Sydney, NSW, AU
Are you a physical education teacher passionate about teaching and inspiring students to have a love of sports and improving health?Are you a qualified primary teacher/ sports teacher looking for work/life balance or a new graduate looking to gain hands-on teaching experience?If yes, then we want you to join our team at Fit FuturesBenefits of working with the Fit Futures Team:Pre-planned lessons and assessment criteria are provided.New -uniform and equipment providedEmployee mentoring programProfessional development assistanceGreat rates of pay (full days pay regardless of the finish time)Collaborative teachingWork with a friendly supportive teamAbout us :Fit Futures are leaders in sports education and due to continued growth, we are currently looking for motivated and enthusiastic Physical Education Primary School Teachers to run our PDHPE programs (i.e. Athletics, FMS, Dance, Gymnastics and Ball Skills) at a Primary School in Sydney Area School in 2023.About the Role:Work 5 days a week, 8:30 am to 3:30 pm. (some lunchtime finishes)Be responsible for program delivery and assessment of the children each termEssential criteria:Bachelor's Degree in Physical EducationDET numberNESA Accreditation (Some positions require only NESA)Excellent interpersonal and communication skillsValid Working with Children CheckEligibility to work in AustraliaPunctuality and the ability to work autonomously and as part of a team.Fun, energetic, thoughtful, and ambitious.Preferred but not essential:Gymnastics/Athletics/FMS/Ball Skills teaching experience: 1 yearLevel 1 or higher coaching accreditation in Gymnastics and Athletics particularly.Driver's License and own transportIf this sounds like a good fit for you, we would love to hear from you.Job Type: Full-timeSalary: $400.00 per day