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Diesel Mechanic
Cummins, Oceania, Queensland, North West, Mount Isa, Mount ...
We are seeking a Diesel Mechanic to service work in ourMount Isa branch. You will work in ourworkshop as well as covering break downs in the wider area.You will deliver a first-class mechanical ...PLEASE NOTE: This is a job supplied by a trusted partner. In order to read the full job description please click the 'apply now' button. If you are a registered site member you will be passed straight through. If not, then you will be asked to register a free account with us
Leading Hand or Estimator
Barkly Engineering, Mount Isa, Queensland
Fantastic and varied opportunity for either an experienced Leading Hand looking to advance or Estimator/Planner wanting to refine their skillsJoin a well-established Australian business and experience Outback Australia!Highly competitive remuneration package circa $120,000 - $135,000 plus relocation assistance & opportunities for a flexible incentive structure!About the OrganisationBarkly Engineering was established in 1989 and acquired by its present owners in 2007. They are a privately owned, multifaceted company located at Mount Isa in the heart of North West Queensland. Barkly Engineering has been servicing the machining, fabrication, line boring and rotable spares needs of the mining industry in the North West Queensland Mineral Province for over 35 years.With a large workforce comprising of professionals and tradesmen with highly specialised skills, their flexible roster arrangements mean that they can provide services to their clients in any place, at any time. Providing a superior level of service, they focus on the right price, right quality, right materials and delivering their service right, the first time.About the OpportunityBarkly Engineering now has an opening for either a Leading Hand (fabrication) looking to advance their career, or an Estimator/Planner wanting to refine their skills, to join their team on a permanent full-time basis. This role is based in Mount Isa, QLD, with some travel to client sites as required.Reporting to the General Manager, you will primarily be responsible for sourcing work, identifying opportunities, and preparing quotes to deliver quality outcomes on behalf of Barkly Engineering.Additionally, you will work closely with the workshop staff to ensure that tendered work is scheduled and resourced appropriately. More specifically, some of your key responsibilities will include (but not be limited to):Building and maintaining strong business relationships with clients and suppliers;Identifying opportunities to increase Barkly's market share;Preparing and documenting quotes or tenders that maximize profitable business outcomes and meet client specifications and expectations;Developing plans and work schedules;Ensuring tenders/quotes are completed within acceptable timeframes to required standards;Managing day to day scheduling and delivery of works supporting workshop lead hand and other staff as required;Preparing work instructions and ensuring materials and resources are planned and available; andWorking with suppliers to build reliable supply chain relationships.About the BenefitsThis is a fantastic opportunity for experienced Leading Hands or Estimators to take the next step in their career and refine their skills within a trusted, multifaceted company.In return for your hard work and dedication, you will be rewarded with a highly attractive remuneration package circa $120,000 - $135,000, negotiable based on your current skills and experience.Barkly Engineering is also offering relocation assistance, negotiable for the right candidate, to help you get settled in town and an opportunity for a flexible incentive structure for a proven applicant to greatly increase your take home pay, consisting of:Performance-based bonuses;Retention incentives; and/orTraining incentives.You'll enjoy fantastic job security, as well as ongoing opportunities for training and development if you are interested in further expanding your skills.About Mount IsaAlso known as the 'Oasis of the Outback', Mount Isa offers the relaxed outback lifestyle and close-knit, supportive community of a small town, without sacrificing the amenities of city living. With a variety of shops, restaurants, and entertainment options, but none of the traffic or pollution, it's a fantastic place for those wanting an outback adventure, and offers something for everyone, regardless of their interests. Home to the biggest rodeo in the southern hemisphere, which draws visitors from around the world, Mount Isa also offers the perfect jumping off point to explore the nearby national parks, and Lake Moondarra reservoir, located just 17 km north of the city centre, offers fantastic water sport facilities with a ski jump, pontoons, facilities for water sports, and excellent stocks of barramundi and sooty grunter.Join a well-established engineering company and experience Outback Australia - Apply Now!
Speech Pathologist (Graduate or Experienced)
North and West Remote Health, Mount Isa, Queensland
Ready to kick start or grow your career as a Speech Pathologist?Come and join the leaders in the provision of community-based allied health in Mount Isa! Excellent remuneration circa $70,054 - $89,529 PLUS superBenefits include relocation assistance, rental and travel subsidies, salary sacrificing and more About NWRHLeaders in the delivery of community based aged care, allied health, wellbeing, disability and outreach services in remote Australia since 1993, North and West Remote Health (NWRH) harnesses the diversity, energy and professionalism of a large team of multidisciplinary health care professionals delivering comprehensive healthcare services in remote and indigenous communities across Australia.This dynamic and evolving organisation continues to break new ground in the provision of direct health services and preventative health programs and is a leading advocate for rural and remote health care.Your new career awaits!North and West Remote Health (NWRH) now has a fantastic opportunity for an experienced or newly graduated Speech Pathologist to join their team in Mount Isa, on a full-time basis, working predominately with a paediatric caseload.As a Speech Pathologist, you will be responsible for providing comprehensive assessments, tailoring and implementing custom programs for each client, and liaising directly with clients and their caregivers within Mount Isa and neighbouring communities, in accordance with organisational and program funding guidelines.This will involve direct intervention, home programming, education, consultancy and advocacy, or a combination of these approaches, by:Administering standardised and informal tests and observing clients to determine the nature and extent of their communication disorders or swallowing difficulties;Providing treatment and management of speech, language, learning and communication disorders that may be developmental, part of a disability, or acquired as a result of injury or disease;Delivering a range of early intervention services to children and families;Advising on the positioning of the body and on the textures of food and fluids which assists an individual to eat and swallow safely without choking;Assisting health and community groups to improve the health of individuals and the community by raising awareness of healthy lifestyles, disease and disability, and other health-related issues; andProviding support thorugh a range of service models including individual therapy, telehealth, group for children and school based interventions.Why you'll LOVE working with NWRH!Whether you're looking for an adventure, or a role in which you can give back to the community, this is an opportunity to make a real and valuable contribution.NWRH is one of the largest health service providers in Mount Isa. You'll be joining a vibrant community and a close-knit team where you will be well supported by Team Leaders living and working in the community, as well as being provided with plenty of learning, ongoing professional, and career development opportunities!The successful candidate will receive a highly attractive remuneration circa $70,054 - $89,529 plus super.A fantastic range of ADDITIONAL benefits will also be provided, including:Salary sacrificing options up to $15,900; Leave loading of 17.5%; Rental Subsidy; Travel subsidy;5 weeks annual leave; and Relocation assistance, including the initial provision of paid accommodation while you look for something more permanent.Use your knowledge and passion for Speech Pathology to make a difference as part of a dynamic and dedicated organisation - Apply Now!Please note:You must have the right to live and work in Australia to be considered for this role;All final applicants for this position will be asked to consent to a criminal record check; andIndigenous Australians are strongly encouraged to apply.
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Podiatrist - Mount Isa
Health Workforce Queensland, Mount Isa, Mt Isa, Queensland
An Aboriginal Medical Serivce is currently seeking a full time Podiatrist to join our team of multidisciplinary professionals. This position offers a unique and exciting opportunity for an enthusiastic minded Podiatrist in all facets of podiatry to help cope with the growing workload both in Mount Isa and across the North West and Lower Gulf regions. They are looking for someone who is highly motivated and willing to work as part of a team. New Graduates are also welcome to apply. ABOUT THE ORGANISATION : They provide a broad range of primary health care services to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people across the region; including GPs, Nursing; Aboriginal Health Workers; Allied Health professionals; Maternal and Child Health; and visiting Medical Specialists. Gidgee also provides a range of family-focused Mental Health and Wellbeing services, as the lead agent for both headspace Mt Isa and the Normanton Recovery and Community Wellbeing Service. ABOUT THE POSITION: The Podiatrist reports to the Allied Health Manager and Allied Health Clinical Lead and is part of the Health Services team. The position is responsible for working in conjunction with a small multi-disciplinary team in the delivery of culturally appropriate Podiatry services to the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander community, including chronic disease self-management and rehabilitation. The role will entail outreach service delivery from clinic-based and community-based settings, both in Mount Isa and outreach to the communities of Mornington Island, Doomadgee, Burketown, Normanton and Karumba. The scope of this position includes clinical and administration. BENEFITS INCLUDE: Cohesive and supportive team Competitive salary (dependent upon years of experience/quals) 5 weeks annual leave 2 x return flights per annum (up to $900 per flight) Professional development incl flights of $5200 p/year Yearly retention bonuses Salary sacrifice up to $15,600 p/year Relocation allowance (if applicable) SKILLS AND EXPERIENCE: Relevant tertiary qualifications and registration with AHPRA as Podiatrist with currency of practice; Demonstrated ability to comply with the profession's code of ethics and function in accordance with legislation affecting podiatry practice maintenance of registration with the Podiatry Board of Australia; Experience in providing assessment, case management and podiatry services to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people is highly desirable; A comprehensive understanding of the health issues impacting the lives of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people and a strong commitment to improving health outcomes; Demonstrated understanding and commitment to the philosophy and practice of an Aboriginal Community Controlled Health Service and the ability to work sensitively and effectively with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people; Demonstrated skill in working in a primary care setting, in particular the ability to work as part of a multidisciplinary team with a sound understanding of your role as podiatrist in chronic disease self-management for clients; Experience in providing assessment, case management and podiatry services to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people is highly desirable; Demonstrated ability to work with minimal supervision; Clinical expertise; Demonstrated ability to engage in supervision of students at undergraduate levels and less experienced staff in Indigenous primary health care contexts; Demonstrated effective verbal and written skills with particular emphasis on interpersonal communication skills, establishing trust and rapport, maintaining confidentiality and record keeping; Demonstrated competence in use of information technology, internet and desktop applications; e.g. electronic client record systems, Outlook, Word, Excel and database packages. ​Practical Requirements: Willingness to work flexible hours as required, including the requirement to travel, work and stay overnight for up to several days at a time in remote areas; Willingness to travel by road and small planes. Apply now Job No: 10002569
Podiatrist - Mount Isa
Health Workforce Queensland, Canberra Region, n Capital Territory, Queensland, ...
An Aboriginal Medical Serivce is currently seeking a full time Podiatrist to join our team of multidisciplinary professionals. This position offers a unique and exciting opportunity for an enthusiastic minded Podiatrist in all facets of podiatry to help cope with the growing workload both in Mount Isa and across the North West and Lower Gulf regions. They are looking for someone who is highly motivated and willing to work as part of a team. New Graduates are also welcome to apply. ABOUT THE ORGANISATION : They provide a broad range of primary health care services to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people across the region; including GPs, Nursing; Aboriginal Health Workers; Allied Health professionals; Maternal and Child Health; and visiting Medical Specialists. Gidgee also provides a range of family-focused Mental Health and Wellbeing services, as the lead agent for both headspace Mt Isa and the Normanton Recovery and Community Wellbeing Service. ABOUT THE POSITION: The Podiatrist reports to the Allied Health Manager and Allied Health Clinical Lead and is part of the Health Services team. The position is responsible for working in conjunction with a small multi-disciplinary team in the delivery of culturally appropriate Podiatry services to the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander community, including chronic disease self-management and rehabilitation. The role will entail outreach service delivery from clinic-based and community-based settings, both in Mount Isa and outreach to the communities of Mornington Island, Doomadgee, Burketown, Normanton and Karumba. The scope of this position includes clinical and administration. BENEFITS INCLUDE: Cohesive and supportive team Competitive salary (dependent upon years of experience/quals) 5 weeks annual leave 2 x return flights per annum (up to $900 per flight) Professional development incl flights of $5200 p/year Yearly retention bonuses Salary sacrifice up to $15,600 p/year Relocation allowance (if applicable) SKILLS AND EXPERIENCE: Relevant tertiary qualifications and registration with AHPRA as Podiatrist with currency of practice; Demonstrated ability to comply with the profession's code of ethics and function in accordance with legislation affecting podiatry practice maintenance of registration with the Podiatry Board of Australia; Experience in providing assessment, case management and podiatry services to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people is highly desirable; A comprehensive understanding of the health issues impacting the lives of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people and a strong commitment to improving health outcomes; Demonstrated understanding and commitment to the philosophy and practice of an Aboriginal Community Controlled Health Service and the ability to work sensitively and effectively with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people; Demonstrated skill in working in a primary care setting, in particular the ability to work as part of a multidisciplinary team with a sound understanding of your role as podiatrist in chronic disease self-management for clients; Experience in providing assessment, case management and podiatry services to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people is highly desirable; Demonstrated ability to work with minimal supervision; Clinical expertise; Demonstrated ability to engage in supervision of students at undergraduate levels and less experienced staff in Indigenous primary health care contexts; Demonstrated effective verbal and written skills with particular emphasis on interpersonal communication skills, establishing trust and rapport, maintaining confidentiality and record keeping; Demonstrated competence in use of information technology, internet and desktop applications; e.g. electronic client record systems, Outlook, Word, Excel and database packages. ​Practical Requirements: Willingness to work flexible hours as required, including the requirement to travel, work and stay overnight for up to several days at a time in remote areas; Willingness to travel by road and small planes. Apply now Job No: 10002569
Podiatrist - Mount Isa
Health Workforce Queensland, Hobart, Hobart Region, Queensland, Mount Isa
An Aboriginal Medical Serivce is currently seeking a full time Podiatrist to join our team of multidisciplinary professionals. This position offers a unique and exciting opportunity for an enthusiastic minded Podiatrist in all facets of podiatry to help cope with the growing workload both in Mount Isa and across the North West and Lower Gulf regions. They are looking for someone who is highly motivated and willing to work as part of a team. New Graduates are also welcome to apply. ABOUT THE ORGANISATION : They provide a broad range of primary health care services to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people across the region; including GPs, Nursing; Aboriginal Health Workers; Allied Health professionals; Maternal and Child Health; and visiting Medical Specialists. Gidgee also provides a range of family-focused Mental Health and Wellbeing services, as the lead agent for both headspace Mt Isa and the Normanton Recovery and Community Wellbeing Service. ABOUT THE POSITION: The Podiatrist reports to the Allied Health Manager and Allied Health Clinical Lead and is part of the Health Services team. The position is responsible for working in conjunction with a small multi-disciplinary team in the delivery of culturally appropriate Podiatry services to the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander community, including chronic disease self-management and rehabilitation. The role will entail outreach service delivery from clinic-based and community-based settings, both in Mount Isa and outreach to the communities of Mornington Island, Doomadgee, Burketown, Normanton and Karumba. The scope of this position includes clinical and administration. BENEFITS INCLUDE: Cohesive and supportive team Competitive salary (dependent upon years of experience/quals) 5 weeks annual leave 2 x return flights per annum (up to $900 per flight) Professional development incl flights of $5200 p/year Yearly retention bonuses Salary sacrifice up to $15,600 p/year Relocation allowance (if applicable) SKILLS AND EXPERIENCE: Relevant tertiary qualifications and registration with AHPRA as Podiatrist with currency of practice; Demonstrated ability to comply with the profession's code of ethics and function in accordance with legislation affecting podiatry practice maintenance of registration with the Podiatry Board of Australia; Experience in providing assessment, case management and podiatry services to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people is highly desirable; A comprehensive understanding of the health issues impacting the lives of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people and a strong commitment to improving health outcomes; Demonstrated understanding and commitment to the philosophy and practice of an Aboriginal Community Controlled Health Service and the ability to work sensitively and effectively with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people; Demonstrated skill in working in a primary care setting, in particular the ability to work as part of a multidisciplinary team with a sound understanding of your role as podiatrist in chronic disease self-management for clients; Experience in providing assessment, case management and podiatry services to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people is highly desirable; Demonstrated ability to work with minimal supervision; Clinical expertise; Demonstrated ability to engage in supervision of students at undergraduate levels and less experienced staff in Indigenous primary health care contexts; Demonstrated effective verbal and written skills with particular emphasis on interpersonal communication skills, establishing trust and rapport, maintaining confidentiality and record keeping; Demonstrated competence in use of information technology, internet and desktop applications; e.g. electronic client record systems, Outlook, Word, Excel and database packages. ​Practical Requirements: Willingness to work flexible hours as required, including the requirement to travel, work and stay overnight for up to several days at a time in remote areas; Willingness to travel by road and small planes. Apply now Job No: 10002569
Physiotherapist - Mount Isa
Health Workforce Queensland, Mount Isa, Mt Isa, Queensland
Physiotherapist Opportunity for travel out to remote communities Permanent full time position Competitive salary dependent on qualifications and experience An Aboriginal Medical Service (AMS) is currently seeking two (2) dedicated and passionate Physiotherapists to join their Allied Health Team. This position is full time with outreach to remote communities. ABOUT THIS ORGANISATION: This AMS is an Aboriginal Community Controlled Health Service, with our strategic direction determined by a Board of Directors comprising Aboriginal people from across the region, as well as two skills-based Directors. The organisational mission and vision statements demonstrate a commitment to providing holistic and culturally appropriate health services, underpinned by a philosophy of community participation, and a with a strong focus on care coordination. POSITION SUMMARY: The Physiotherapist reports to the Allied Health Manager and Allied Health Clinical Lead and is part of the Health Services team. The Physiotherapist is responsible for working in conjunction with a small multi-disciplinary team in the delivery of culturally appropriate Physiotherapy to the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander community, including chronic disease self-management, generalist outpatient and rehabilitation. The role will entail outreach service delivery from clinic-based and community-based settings, both in Mount Isa and outreach to the communities of Mornington Island, Doomadgee, Burketown, Normanton and Karumba. BENEFITS INCLUDE: Competitive salary (dependent upon years of experience/quals) 5 weeks annual leave 2 x return flights per annum (up to $900 per flight) Professional development incl flights of $5200 p/year Yearly retention bonuses Salary sacrifice up to $15,600 p/year Relocation allowance (if applicable) THE LIFESTYLE: The Mount Isa and Lower Gulf region is the gateway to the Outback of Queensland, offers a relaxed and casual lifestyle, with a wealth of camping and exploring, scenic national parks, gorges, as well as top river, lake and open water fishing and recreation. Following successful placement eligible candidates may be entitled to receive support and financial assistance through Health Workforce Queensland's comprehensive workforce attraction and retention incentives. This position may also be eligible for a scholarship or bursary for ongoing professional development, for more information see link: https://www.healthworkforce.com.au/health-workforce-scholarship-program/ https://www.youtube.com/watch?time_continue275&vKRkwAI-wK1g Aboriginal and Torres Strait people are encouraged to apply Job No: HWQAH 2428
Physiotherapist - Mount Isa
Health Workforce Queensland, Canberra Region, n Capital Territory, Queensland, ...
Physiotherapist Opportunity for travel out to remote communities Permanent full time position Competitive salary dependent on qualifications and experience An Aboriginal Medical Service (AMS) is currently seeking two (2) dedicated and passionate Physiotherapists to join their Allied Health Team. This position is full time with outreach to remote communities. ABOUT THIS ORGANISATION: This AMS is an Aboriginal Community Controlled Health Service, with our strategic direction determined by a Board of Directors comprising Aboriginal people from across the region, as well as two skills-based Directors. The organisational mission and vision statements demonstrate a commitment to providing holistic and culturally appropriate health services, underpinned by a philosophy of community participation, and a with a strong focus on care coordination. POSITION SUMMARY: The Physiotherapist reports to the Allied Health Manager and Allied Health Clinical Lead and is part of the Health Services team. The Physiotherapist is responsible for working in conjunction with a small multi-disciplinary team in the delivery of culturally appropriate Physiotherapy to the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander community, including chronic disease self-management, generalist outpatient and rehabilitation. The role will entail outreach service delivery from clinic-based and community-based settings, both in Mount Isa and outreach to the communities of Mornington Island, Doomadgee, Burketown, Normanton and Karumba. BENEFITS INCLUDE: Competitive salary (dependent upon years of experience/quals) 5 weeks annual leave 2 x return flights per annum (up to $900 per flight) Professional development incl flights of $5200 p/year Yearly retention bonuses Salary sacrifice up to $15,600 p/year Relocation allowance (if applicable) THE LIFESTYLE: The Mount Isa and Lower Gulf region is the gateway to the Outback of Queensland, offers a relaxed and casual lifestyle, with a wealth of camping and exploring, scenic national parks, gorges, as well as top river, lake and open water fishing and recreation. Following successful placement eligible candidates may be entitled to receive support and financial assistance through Health Workforce Queensland's comprehensive workforce attraction and retention incentives. This position may also be eligible for a scholarship or bursary for ongoing professional development, for more information see link: https://www.healthworkforce.com.au/health-workforce-scholarship-program/ https://www.youtube.com/watch?time_continue275&vKRkwAI-wK1g Aboriginal and Torres Strait people are encouraged to apply Job No: HWQAH 2428