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In the most claimed specialist of Administration & Office Support Jobs. According to our site`s statistics the number of vacancies in this branch is 13.4% from total number of suggestions in .

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As seen in the chart, in the greatest number of vacancies are open at . In the second place is Wimmera, and the third - Central Highlands and Goldfields.

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The highest paid category in is Arts, Architecture & Design. The average salary in the category is 7820 aud.

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Physiotherapist is the most popular profession in . According to data of our Site, the number of vacancies is 377. The average salary of the profession of Physiotherapist is 5519 aud

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The highly paid profession in the is Principal Geotechnical Engineer. According to data of our website, the average salary is 12500 aud. In the second place - Security Solution Architect with a salary - 11690 aud, and the third - New Business Sales Executive with a salary 10341 aud.

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Mechanic, Automotive Parts, Maintenance & Repair - Chandler Macleod
Chandler Macleod, Bayswater North, Maroondah Area, VIC
Do you want to be apart of something special? This could be the opportunity for you. We currently have great opportunities for Mechanics and Mechanical Assemblers to help build Kenworth Trucks, located in Bayswater North. Due to current and planned increased growth they are now seeking staff for ongoing work opportunities. The Opportunity: We are looking for people with prior industry experience preferably within automotive trades however will consider applicants with a strong mechanical aptitude and hand tool experience. Applicants with assembly experience will also be considered and pride themselves on attention to detail. Role Opportunities currently include: Spray Painters Paint Prep Mechanical Assemblers Material Handlers Frame Assemblers Cabin Trimmers and builds Electrical trades Qualities that we are looking for: Strong team player who can work in a dynamic and diverse work environment Good communication skills both verbal and written Mechanical aptitude Basic computer skills General Hand tools experience - such as screw drivers, spanners, drill usage etc. Good physical fitness - you will be working on your feet and climbing in and out of truck cabins Reliability -you are part of a team that will rely on you to not let them down. You will also be required to supply checkable phone references and also participate in a pre-employment medical prior to commencement which will also include drug/alcohol testing. Typical Hours of work: Day shift; 7am - 3:30pm and Afternoon 4pm-12:30am - Overtime if required Rates: Day shift From $38 per hour, Afternoon shift from $45p/h - Higher for trade qualified These positions are highly sort after with the next intake commencing in July Don't delay and submit your application today so you don't miss out on a great opportunity.
Senior Accountant
Michael Page International Pty Ltd, Victoria, VIC
About Our Client My client is a leader in the property investment & development industry. With unprecedented growth, the team is growing & this has led to a newly created contract role within the finance team. Job Description The Senior Financial Accountant will be a key figure in the Financial Accounting and Controllership team taking responsibility of the technical monthly, quarterly and year end reporting & audit matters. The Senior Financial Accountant will lead the team in consolidating the financial results for the organisation, in charge of tax effect accounting, fixed assets and oversee the transactional finance function. The successful candidate will be building strong relationships with internal and external stakeholders and also ideally play a key role in looking at current processes and making improvements to the reporting processes. The Successful Applicant CA/CPA Qualified Audit/Business Services background or experience within the property/investment space Strong technical Accounting skills/knowledge Experience in a similar role Good presentation & communication skills Open to an initial contract What's on Offer The candidate will be able to start the role immediately & although the role will begin as a contract there will be an opportunity for the successful candidate to be made a permanent employee. Competitive salary Rewarding and flexible working culture New CBD offices End of Trip facilities
Forklift Operator/Storeperson
Randstad, Victoria, VIC
Forklift Operator/Storeperson Location: Croydon South, Easten Suburbs Shift: Day & Afternoon Shift Available Randstad is proud to be partnering with Mondelez International who are a multinational confectionery manufacturer. We are currently seeking highly experienced Forklift Operators to join the team at their Croydon South facility, previous experience within the Food or Pharmaceutical industrys is highly regarded. About your new role This position is a Forklift Operator and in this role you will be responsible for the following duties: Receiving, storing, shipping of raw and packaging materials The day to day support of the production areas but supplying raw materials to the lines and taking finished goods from the lines to the warehouse for storing Receiving and dispatching stock both physically and in SAP Managing the unloading of trucks and bulk deliveries Following SOP’s to ensure the quality and accuracy of inbound materials Regular stock takes and inventory checks Cleaning the warehouse area and equipment What you will need to be successful Current and valid Forklift License (LO desirable but not essential) Safety focussed and Quality minded individual High Reach Forklift Experience (essential) Understanding of GMP and Food Hygiene standards Recent experience in a Warehouse/Distribution environment (Food environment desirable). Enthusiastic and have a positive attitude Brilliant communication skills Be physically fit and have the ability to undertake manual handling duties Benefits of this role Ongoing assignment (with possibility of Max Term Contract) Working for a globally recognised organisation New machines and recently refurbished facility If you are interested and you have the right skill sets, please APPLY NOW and if your resume reflects the right skills required, we will be in touch with you to conduct a phone interview. Please note: No phone applications will be accepted & due to the high volume applications, only shortlisted candidates will be contacted. At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
Plumber | Service Maintenance
Modus Projects, Victoria, VIC
ABOUT MODUS Modus offers a rewarding place to develop your career, whether you are starting out or an experienced professional. We provide a diverse workplace, with the chance to gain invaluable experience over a wide range of exciting construction, fitout, refurbishment, reactive and planned maintenance services. THE OPPORTUNITY A fantastic opportunity has become available for an ambitious Maintenance Plumber based in Melbourne . As a highly motivated and qualified Plumber, you will require strong technical knowledge of the building & construction industry combined with a high level of attention to detail & computer skills. You will be moving across various sites throughout the day, including Retail, Banking, Government & Petroleum sites whilst also building and maintaining strong relationships with our clients. RESPONSIBILITIES Perform reactive and preventative maintenance duties on commercial sites Coordinate, troubleshoot, repair, inspect and maintain plumbing equipment Repair or replace water lines, recirculation lines and sewer lines Inspect, repair and install new plumbing fixtures Provide labour and material estimates Coordinate inspections for contractor performed work in renovations and new construction projects SKILLS & EXPERIENCE Plumber Drainer & Gas Fitter trade certificate Back Flow Prevention qualification desirable TMV qualification desirable Construction Induction White Card Minimum 3 - 5 years’ experience in commercial plumbing maintenance REMUNERATION & BENEFITS Fully maintained Company vehicle, including fuel card & e-tag Company supplied mobile phone Competitive salary plus superannuation & overtime Enjoy a paid day off on your birthday Loyalty Leave rewards for each year of continuous service with Modus Portable long service leave HOW TO APPLY Please apply with your cover letter and resume attached. All candidates will be responded to. Our company guarantees to keep your enquiry confidential. If you feel you would be suited to this role, please click APPLY NOW
Registered Nurse
Hope Aged Care Swan Hill, Swan Hill, Swan Hill Area, VIC
An exciting opportunity for a Registered Nurse to work full time in a brand-new Aged Care facility in Swan Hill. Hope Aged Care, Swan Hill is located near the Murray River and NSW border. What a unique and amazing nursing and life experience, to have the opportunity to work in the historic town. If you are looking for the next challenge in your career this could be the role for you. Benefits: Flexible hours – Full Time Permanent Career progression, self-development support You will become a part of a dedicated and forward-thinking team that will come together for a common goal, the care of our residents To be considered for this role, you will have: Current AHPRA registration Current and valid Australian National Police Check Preferably 2 years’ experience as an aged care Registered Nurse Great interpersonal skills & the ability to liaise with people from country Victoria and allied health Hospitality style approach to cater to our resident's needs in their homes Demonstrated leadership skills Demonstrated knowledge of aged care accreditation standards and experience in ACFI documentation Duties include but not limited to: Undertaking day to day assessments, developing, implementing, and evaluating care plans. Actively encourage residents/consumers to participate in care planning and or care programs while ensuring confidentiality and respect for the patient’s privacy Palliative care including complex pain management Accept responsibility for resident care in a safe and therapeutic environment, ensuring clinical practice extends to the social and psychosocial needs of the residents Medication administration and management consistent with quality use of medicines guidelines Infection prevention and control programs Actively participate in education and learning activities offered internally and as appropriate, externally APPLY NOW Please email your current resume to Charan.sandhuhopeagedcare.com.au or call 03 9312 3111 so that we can arrange a confidential chat about the role.
Forklift Operator - Randstad
Randstad, Victoria, VIC
Forklift Operator/Storeperson Location: Croydon South, Easten Suburbs Shift: Day & Afternoon Shift Available Randstad is proud to be partnering with Mondelez International who are a multinational confectionery manufacturer. We are currently seeking highly experienced Forklift Operators to join the team at their Croydon South facility, previous experience within the Food or Pharmaceutical industrys is highly regarded. About your new role This position is a Forklift Operator and in this role you will be responsible for the following duties: Receiving, storing, shipping of raw and packaging materials The day to day support of the production areas but supplying raw materials to the lines and taking finished goods from the lines to the warehouse for storing Receiving and dispatching stock both physically and in SAP Managing the unloading of trucks and bulk deliveries Following SOP’s to ensure the quality and accuracy of inbound materials Regular stock takes and inventory checks Cleaning the warehouse area and equipment What you will need to be successful Current and valid Forklift License (LO desirable but not essential) Safety focussed and Quality minded individual High Reach Forklift Experience (essential) Understanding of GMP and Food Hygiene standards Recent experience in a Warehouse/Distribution environment (Food environment desirable). Enthusiastic and have a positive attitude Brilliant communication skills Be physically fit and have the ability to undertake manual handling duties Benefits of this role Ongoing assignment (with possibility of Max Term Contract) Working for a globally recognised organisation New machines and recently refurbished facility If you are interested and you have the right skill sets, please APPLY NOW and if your resume reflects the right skills required, we will be in touch with you to conduct a phone interview. Please note: No phone applications will be accepted & due to the high volume applications, only shortlisted candidates will be contacted. At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
Forklift Operator - Randstad
Randstad, Bathurst-Orange Region, New South Wales, VIC
Forklift Operator/Storeperson Location: Croydon South, Easten Suburbs Shift: Day & Afternoon Shift Available Randstad is proud to be partnering with Mondelez International who are a multinational confectionery manufacturer. We are currently seeking highly experienced Forklift Operators to join the team at their Croydon South facility, previous experience within the Food or Pharmaceutical industrys is highly regarded. About your new role This position is a Forklift Operator and in this role you will be responsible for the following duties: Receiving, storing, shipping of raw and packaging materials The day to day support of the production areas but supplying raw materials to the lines and taking finished goods from the lines to the warehouse for storing Receiving and dispatching stock both physically and in SAP Managing the unloading of trucks and bulk deliveries Following SOP’s to ensure the quality and accuracy of inbound materials Regular stock takes and inventory checks Cleaning the warehouse area and equipment What you will need to be successful Current and valid Forklift License (LO desirable but not essential) Safety focussed and Quality minded individual High Reach Forklift Experience (essential) Understanding of GMP and Food Hygiene standards Recent experience in a Warehouse/Distribution environment (Food environment desirable). Enthusiastic and have a positive attitude Brilliant communication skills Be physically fit and have the ability to undertake manual handling duties Benefits of this role Ongoing assignment (with possibility of Max Term Contract) Working for a globally recognised organisation New machines and recently refurbished facility If you are interested and you have the right skill sets, please APPLY NOW and if your resume reflects the right skills required, we will be in touch with you to conduct a phone interview. Please note: No phone applications will be accepted & due to the high volume applications, only shortlisted candidates will be contacted. At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.
Rehabilitation Consultant - OES - Mildura VIC
MediRecruit, Victoria, VIC
Our Client: Our client leading provider of occupational rehabilitation services in Australia. Their professional team focuses on delivering high-quality customer service and innovative health and work solutions. They work collaboratively with companies and schemes to reduce the impact of psychological and physical injury and illness on people, families and businesses. About the Role: Looking for a career change? We are seeking a dynamic Rehabilitation Consultant to come join the team in Mildura. As an experienced Rehabilitation Consultant, you will assess, plan, organise, and participate in workplace rehabilitative programs to help clients achieve positive return to work outcomes. Assess the worker's transferable skills and potential through various means including early intervention assessments, home assessments, worksite assessments, job task analyses, ergonomic assessments and case management services. Use your strong communication skills to liaise with a variety of stakeholders, including insurance companies, medical practitioners, employers and employees, and contact employers to enquire about potential jobs and marketing the WorkSafe Incentive Scheme for Employers to organisations. Benefits: - Competitive salary - Career development support - Tools of trade - Flexible work arrangements - Professional development allowance - Relocation assistance available - Learning and development frameworks About You: - Relevant Tertiary qualifications - Registered Rehabilitation Counsellor (ASORC accredited) - AHPRA or ESSA registration - Significant industry experience in Occupational Rehabilitation - Experience within employment services (highly regarded) - Knowledge of Workers' Compensation and injury management - Outstanding communication and networking skills - Excellent writing skills and experience writing reports - Ability to multitask in a fast-paced environment - Able to work independently and as part of a team - Australian driver's licence - Eligible to work permanently in Australia About Us: MediRecruit is Australia’s premier boutique recruitment destination for medical practitioners and healthcare candidates. Run by healthcare professionals, for healthcare professionals, the expert agency’s primary focus is to encourage candidates to discover ‘diverse careers in health’ throughout Australia, New Zealand and the UK. How to Apply: Please apply and one of our Healthcare Specialists will call you for a confidential discussion. Or contact Danielle Weedon (B. Physio) - daniellemedirecruit.com or 0437 483 364. Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.
Occupational Therapist
Curis Recruitment, Victoria, VIC
Curis recruitment is currently partnering with this fantastic Victorian health service based on the south-west coast of Victoria to help them find a Occupational Therapist (Grade 1) to join their team on a permanent full-time basis. ASAP start Permanent full-time position Negotiable hours Salary level Grade 1 so up to $70,096 per annum Work in a location that has a combination of coastal, rural, and low-density urban living making this location the perfect place to the work, live and raise a family As a Occupational Therapist for this health board you will be providing a high level of generalist occupational therapy clinical service, including but not limited to, home modifications, pediatrics, orthopedic conditions, mobility and daily living aids, equipment prescription, neurological disorders, burns, oedema, falls prevention, aged and acute care to eligible clients across the age continuum. Location: You will be living and work on the beautiful south-west coast of Victoria. The location has a combination of coastal, rural and low density urban areas making it a wonderful place to live, work and raise a family. Live by the sea, in town or on a farm – the choice is yours. With clifftop views overlooking the bay, just imagine living there To be eligible for this position you must: Possession of a tertiary qualification (or equivalent) in Occupational Therapy and eligibility for registration by the Occupational Therapy Board of Australia. High level of knowledge, expertise and skill in the provision of generalist occupational therapy clinical services for ages and across the continuum of care, including inpatient, outpatient, aged care and community care. High level of ability to implement and evaluate occupational therapy programs. If you are interested in applying please either click 'apply now' OR contact me on 02 9188 3989 or at samanthacuris.com.au and I will be in touch within 24 hours to discuss the position further with you. Why work with Curis Recruitment? We have a proven record of placing nurses into fantastic positions across Australia with some of the best hospitals and health centres. Our clients know that we only represent the best nurses out there so when you are represented by us you are always shown in the best light and this gives you a foot in the door right at that first step. Not the right role for you but know someone who would be amazing??? Refer them to us and if we place them YOU are eligible for a $300 gift voucher of your choice Make sure they mention your name when they apply.