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Community Care Support Worker is the most popular profession in in the category Social And Civil Services. According to our Site the number of vacancies is 17. The average salary of the profession of Community Care Support Worker is 2256 aud

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Community Care Support Worker is the most popular profession in in the category Social And Civil Services. According to our Site the number of vacancies is 17. The average salary of the profession of Community Care Support Worker is 2256 aud

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Control Health Uplift Managers - Business Controls and Compliance CoE
ANZ, Melbourne, AU
See job description for details Control Health Uplift Manager (Multiple Opportunities) The purpose of the Business Controls and Compliance CoE is to empower the project to manage the identification and implementation of controls by providing expert advice, insights and coaching that helps embed sustainable and well managed risk practices that protect ANZ’s customers, bankers and shareholders. To enable Australia Division to be bold, within appetite and take well considered risks’, in the right way by leveraging our specialist expertise in the delivery of risk management practices. To challenge the status quo and coach Australia Division to have the best-fit capability, awareness, frameworks and tools to not just delivery on risk accountabilities but to take risk well To monitor the risk environment and detect where more rigor is required, so risks are identified, assessed and treated well As a Control Health Uplift Manager you will be responsible for providing operational risk management support to Project Accord. In this role you will form part of the Business Controls & Compliance CoE and be required to : Gather data to enable insights, identify trends and make recommendations in relation to how controls are being identified, assessed and treated across the portfolio/tribe and project. Support the Project understand the key attributes of good control design, and building this discipline into their operating rhythms. Conduct e2e Assessment of control health, with new controls for implementation, gaps and list of proposed controls for build. Drive improvement in risk capability/culture/awareness and promote operational risk management as a core capability across the Project What you bring to the Business Controls and Compliance CoE? Deep experience across the control identification and implementation lifecycle. Hands-on experience in risk management OR internal / external audit Strong understanding of products and segment strategies and impacts on operational risks and controls Strong understanding of operational risk strategies and regulatory requirements Ability to collaborate with the business to develop effective operational risk management solutions Utilise analytical insights and data to identify opportunities to better balance risk with customer propositions Desire to create a thorough understanding of how our customers and bankers relate and react to embedding risk management in everyday activities Willingness to look at things differently, challenge the status quo and innovate Strong stakeholder engagement skills and ability to build relationships Who are you? Risk savvy – You build sustainable solutions that protect customers, stakeholders and the community A team player – You know we only win if we all win. You recognise and value the different perspectives and skills your colleagues bring. It is not about being a hero but jumping in and contributing to the successful delivery of the team’s mission The customer’s biggest fan – You demonstrate a thirst for better understanding the customer and define the problem and develop solutions through their eyes Comfortable being uncomfortable – You are comfortable with uncertainty and have the ability to effectively manage yourself through ambiguity and change Continuous improvement junkie – You constructively challenge the status quo, look for better ways to do things and passionately advocate continuous improvement Committed to your own and other’s growth – You strive to stretch and grow yourself and others by identifying your own development areas, seeking feedback and providing feedback to others to help them learn and grow everyday A problem solver – You are energised by tackling complex problems and use critical thinking, your network, skills, knowledge, and available data to drive better outcomes for our customers and the bank There are multiple 12 month fixed term contract and permanent opportunities available, based in 833 Collins Street, Docklands VIC 3008 (with some flexibility on work from home arrangements) We work flexibly at ANZ and encourage you to talk to us about how this role can be flexible for you and any adjustments you may require to our recruitment process or the role itself. If you are a candidate with a disability, let us know how we can provide you with additional support. To find out more about working at ANZ or to view other opportunities visit www.anz.com/careers. You may apply for this role by visiting ANZ Careers and search for reference number AUS129240.
On Call Basis Personal Care Worker
Chandler Macleod, Congupna, Outer Shepparton, Shepparton, VIC
Chandler Macleod are currently seeking expressions of interest for Personal Care Workers to work on an 'on call' basis at a local Aged Care Facility based in Shepparton. What you will need: Experience in working in Residential Aged Care Certificate III in Individual Support Great communication skills Great documentation practice Demonstrated strong customer service ethos and commitment to quality and continuous improvement Excellent organisational & time management skills Current Police Check Ability to work on an "On Call Basis" Please note these positions will be casual contract, shifts are not rostered as it is an 'on call' only basis at this point in time. Only those who are shortlisted will be contacted.
Personal Care Worker - Chandler Macleod
Chandler Macleod, Congupna, Outer Shepparton, Shepparton, VIC
Chandler Macleod are currently seeking expressions of interest for Personal Care Workers to work on an 'on call' basis at a local Aged Care Facility based in Shepparton. What you will need: Experience in working in Residential Aged Care Certificate III in Individual Support Great communication skills Great documentation practice Demonstrated strong customer service ethos and commitment to quality and continuous improvement Excellent organisational & time management skills Current Police Check Ability to work on an "On Call Basis" Please note these positions will be casual contract, shifts are not rostered as it is an 'on call' only basis at this point in time. Only those who are shortlisted will be contacted.
Service Specialist
Aon, Melbourne, AU
Service Specialist The Opportunity: Be exposed to a range of learning opportunities working as a Service Specialist (Assistant Insurance Broker) handling a range of specialist administration and customer service tasks in our corporate client team. Key responsibilities will include: Providing day to day support to Aon Insurance Brokers in our Global & Corporate client team Handling a wide range of administration tasks relating to business insurance renewal and new policy processes, arranging insurance certificates, creating various reports, handling client correspondence, and working on ad hoc project tasks Also assisting clients via email / phone, and sometimes in person to support a variety of their insurance needs Liaising with different insurance companies relating to policy terms and quotes About you: This opportunity could suit someone who is looking for a long term and stable position. We are also looking for people with; Good all round communication and organiational skills A passion for team work and enjoys supporting others Some insurance experience would be benefical but not required Comfortable learning new systems and having a proactive approach to problem solving About us: We're a team of authentic and smart individuals focused on providing exceptional value to our clients and our local communities. Meaningful and genuine relationships are at the heart of our business success and we're proud of our positive impact. Here at Aon, you're always more than just a job title. We encourage and support you to expand your knowledge and grow alongside some of the best people in the business - in Australia and throughout our connected global networks. As a valued colleague of Aon, you (and your family) have access to benefits that support your holistic wellbeing You will receive a generous Group Salary Continuance Insurance (SCI) policy which will provide you with up to 75% of your salary Aon actively supports employees who wish to pursue work-related studies Aon colleagues gain access to the Well One app. The Well One program aims to support colleagues in balancing emotional, physical, lifestyle and financial wellbeing How to apply: Please submit your up to date resume with relevant experiences. Aon is committed to creating a winning and inclusive culture with growth and development opportunities for everyone. Diversity is the foundation on which we have built our world-class organization, unparalleled in delivering distinctive value through the work we do. We embrace an inclusive culture where our people trust each other, respect diversity and share ideas freely. 2488569
Senior Campaign Manager Search, Social, Display
Paxus, South Yarra, Stonnington Area, Melbourne, VIC
Senior Campaign Manager ( Search , Social , Display ) Full Service Performance Marketing Agency 3 Days WFH , with Office very close to PTV Work closely with the GM Head of Digital Richmond | Search Social Campaigns | Work with Tier1-2 Real Estate & Education clients | Hands On Strategy focused role Melbourne Location : Richmond Salary : Upto 130K package ( All Inclusive ) May & June Starts Available Job Description Paxus Recruitment is partnered with a Full-Service Performance Marketing agency based in Melbourne. They are looking for a Performance Marketing Campaign Manager who has a strong understanding of paid marketing Channels, Paid Search & Paid Social primarily with some knowledge of Content & programmatic display is a bonus. The Melbourne team is around 35 people comprising of Web Developers, Digital Strategist, PR consultants, Media Strategist, Digital Marketing Specialist & Digital Directors. Role & Responsibilities Technical Execute tests, collect and analyze data, identify trends and insights in order to achieve maximum ROI in paid search campaigns. Develop and manage an appropriate Key Performance Indicator (KPI) structure for the Paid Search function. Manage bids & Budgets for Google Adwords, Youtube, Yahoo, BingAds. Measure & Implement the results of A/B testing for Advert coping & targeting. Installing conversion tracking using Google Tag Manager, Google analytics, and Call Tracking. Proficient in Google Analytics - you know where to go to work out our cost per acquisition, check device category performance, and create custom audiences. Non-Technical Manage the landing page or funnel changes that you think will aid us in our pursuit of improved conversion rates. Manage workflow, processes, and policies that impact the Paid Search function. Maintain reporting dashboards and present performance and insights. Suggest improvements for process and productivity optimization. Providing guidance, support, and training to junior SEM specialists. What are we looking for Experience in using Google Tag Manager and driving performance through analysis of Google Analytics, Search Console, and other tools. You understand reporting metrics: traffic, conversions, CPA, CPC for different channels. You've used google analytics for your clients or other data manipulation platforms. You are familiar with setting up new campaigns for SEM, Paid social media. INTERVIEWING NOW Please mention your VISA Status/Working Rights in your resume Yugal Bhatia ( Yoogle ) 61 (0)3 8680 4362 ybhatiapaxus.com.au www.linkedin.com/in/yugal-paxus Paxus values diversity and welcomes applications from Indigenous Australians, people from diverse cultural and linguistic backgrounds and people living with a disability. If you require an adjustment to the recruitment process please contact me on the above contact details. Reference Number: 200201268_162071700581158 Contact Details: Yugal Bhatia
Locum Hospital Social Worker
HealthTimes, Victoria, VIC
updater 67005 Locum Hospital Social Worker com_jobsearch jobsearch 1 67005 Locum Hospital Social Worker Careers Connections International Locum Hospital Social Worker Careers Connections International 1st June 30th July 3 days per week in Mornington Acute and rehab caseload Experienced Social Worker required for locum in Mornington hospital. The dates are 1st June 30th July. The caseload will cover: General medical General surgical Oncology Palliative care Mental health Rehabilitation You must have recent experience in an acute/rehab hospital setting. To apply for this role or to enquire about our other vacancies, please contact Rachael Allied Health Division Lead at Careers Connections on 0452 189 556 or email rachaeldccjobs.com.au Register today for information on all of our vacancies. View all our vacancies here: www.ccjobs.com.au Apply now Apply now Social WorkerCareers Connections International Location VIC Job Reference Number BBBH17280 Classification Social Worker Sub Classification Social Worker Job Type Temporary/Full-Time Estimated Salary Package $110K - $150K Closing Date 13-06-2021 logo
Reintegration Services Supervisor, Hopkins Correctional Centre (VPSG4)
Department of Justice and Community Safety, Western Region, Ararat
Location: Western Region | Ararat Job type: Full time Organisation: Department of Justice and Community Safety Salary: $87,640 - $99,438 Occupation: Prison and Corrective Services Reference: VG/7807 Job posted: 18/03/2021 Closes: 20/06/2021 Occupation: Prison and Corrective Services Classification: VPSG4 Job duration: Not provided Contact: Rhonda Hinchliffe on 0418 837 707 | Rhonda.Hinchliffe@justice.vic.gov.au Reference: VG/7807 Occupation: Prison and Corrective Services Salary Range: $87,640 - $99,438 Work location: Western Region | Ararat At the Department of Justice and Community Safety, we’re looking for people who want to make a difference. People who take pride in their work. People who get things done. People who are committed to making Victoria a safer place.We embrace diversity and strive to have a workforce that reflects the community we serve. We’re all about recruiting the best people, regardless of gender, age, disability, religion, sexual orientation or cultural background. If you think you can do the job and would be a good fit for our department, we’d love to hear from you.The department is committed to the safety and wellbeing of children and recognises that children’s rights need to be respected, their views welcomed and valued, and their concerns taken seriously and acted upon.If you require adjustments to the recruitment and selection process, or require an alternative format to any of the application material, please don't hesitate to get in touch with the contact person listed on this ad.For more information on working with us and our recruitment process, please visit justice.vic.gov.au/careersWe’re proud of the important work we do across Victoria. Want to be part of it?An exciting opportunity to contribute to prisoner development at DJCSAttractive VPS Grade 4 salary between $87,640 - $99,438 + superannuationOne ongoing, full-time role based at the Hopkins Correctional CentreAbout usThe Corrections and Justice Services group provides high quality justice services that are efficient, effective and integrated around community and client needs, including correctional services that help rehabilitate offenders and contribute to community safety. It also works with key partners to deliver quality health services to corrections and youth justice.Hopkins Correctional Centre provides accommodation for sentenced and unsentenced prisoners with protection requirements in an open campus environment, combining community-style prison design with the Better Living Model (an innovative case management model for prisoner management).The Reintegration Services Team is situated within the Vocational Services portfolio at Hopkins Correctional Centre. The team has a focus on supporting individual prisoner development towards successful reintegration into society upon release from prison. The work of the team is informed by the Corrections Victoria Reintegration Pathway (CVRP) and the Offender Management Framework (OMF).About the roleAs the Reintegration Services Supervisor, Hopkins Correctional Centre, you will be responsible for:supervising the planning, development, implementation, and evaluation of a range of programs and services to support and assist prisoners' personal development towards successful reintegration into societysupervising and leading a team of Reintegration Services staff ensuring ongoing training, support and performance management is providednegotiating access to resources, ensuring maximise program availability and deliveryensuring all Reintegration Services staff, stakeholders and contractors participate in approved induction, orientation, and training.About youAs the Reintegration Services Supervisor, Hopkins Correctional Centre, you will possess:a demonstrated understanding of transition and reintegration issues and needs of prisonersknowledge of the limitations imposed on program delivery within a correctional environmentexperience in planning, development, implementation, and evaluation of programsexperience in human services and welfare practice (highly regarded).Keys to your success will be your highly developed communication, problem solving, and systems thinking skills including the ability to liaise with internal and external stakeholders.How to applyPlease click the Apply button on this advertisement. Applications should include a resume and covering letter that details your motivation for applying and includes the skills and attributes you would bring to the role. Attachments can be uploaded in .doc, .docx, .pdf, .txt or .rtf formats.The successful candidate will be required to undergo pre-employment checks which may include national police checks and misconduct screening.If you require adjustments to the recruitment and selection process or an alternative format to any of the application material, please don't hesitate to get in touch with the contact person listed on this advertisement.
Social Enterprise Coordinator
Mullum Mullum Indigenous Gathering Place Ltd, Melbourne
Job descriptionAbout the businessMullum Mullum Indigenous Gathering Place (MMIGP) is a community controlled Aboriginal organisation based on a neighbourhood house model located in the Eastern Metropolitan Region of Melbourne (EMR).MMIGP PURPOSEOur purpose is to provide a safe and welcoming environment for people to connect with culture, learn new skills, and contribute to community health and wellbeing.MMIGP SHARED VISIONTo be a strong, proud, culturally connected and self-determined Aboriginal community in the Eastern Metropolitan Region.MMIGP VALUESOur Vision reflects the following core values:To nurture and support familiesOffer compassion, community and hopeTo be mindful and respectful of each otherTo give and receive of each otherTo be open, transparent and accountableTo promote and keep our culture strongAcknowledge cultural differencesSupport Aboriginal wellbeing and cultural healing approaches; andView to a contemporary future.MMIGP STRATEGIESREACHING – to reach Aboriginal people across the EMR and know about and engage with MMIGP.BELONGING – Provide a safe and welcoming space for Aboriginal people to engage with culture and activities.CONTRIBUTING – Deliver programs and activities that empower Aboriginal people to support the health and wellbeing of the community.INFLUENCING – Ensure a strong reputation for supporting the Aboriginal community in the EMR.THRIVING – Operate as a strong, sustainable organisation.LIVING - A purpose-built home for our community - for the generational journeyA GREAT PLACE TO WORKYou will benefit from ample salary of between 65,000- 72,000 base pay, depending on your experience.Salary packaging benefits.17.5% leave loading.Flexible work environment.Access to fleet vehicles to help facilitate a smooth daily work routine.Work amongst a team of dedicated people who come from a diverse background, each bringing with them specific skills and experience.Opportunities to be involved in a range of impactful projects and initiatives to support our community.Receive support to continuously learn, grow and connect with others within your space.Located in the leafy suburbs of Croydon, close to public transport and quaint little shopping areas, MMIGP outreaches to its community over seven different Local Government Areas.Join a welcoming space where all members of the community are invited to lead, contribute, influence and thrive.What we need from you is a love for community and culture; a sense creativity in all of its forms. What we offer you is a chance to be dynamic, passionate and think outside the box.This role is a chance to really provide a fantastic social inclusion environment that will support our community to achieve, connect, immerse and have fun.About the roleMMIGP is looking for a full-time experienced Social Enterprise coordinator to to develop and oversee the operations of our social enterprise known as ‘Mullum Creations’. This is a 12 month contract subject to ongoing renewal. This role will engage with various stakeholders and community members with a strong focus on economic development through capacity building and various initiatives that align with MMIGP's vision and strategic priorities.Mullum Creations was developed by MMIGP to enable appropriate collaboration with community and facilitate learning towards social enterprise opportunities. This focus on learning, education and development of skills is coupled with understanding of culture as a key component to build confidence and leadership within the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander community.If you think that this is the job for you, then please apply to come and join the team at MMIGP.For a confidential discussion, please contact the Chief Executive Officer on 0457 067 923.
Support Workers
Healthcare Australia, Victoria, VIC
About us Healthcare Australia is Australia's largest specialist recruitment and staffing provider in the health and community services industry. We look for people who share our core values of integrity, excellence, collaboration, sustainability and innovation. The role We are seeking experienced Disability Support Workers, Social Workers and Youth Workers for casual shifts in and around Melbourne. Your primary responsibility will be to support people living with a disability in a group residential or day placement setting. This can involve manual handling, community access, transportation, personal care and companionship. Desired applicant qualities for this role include someone with a person- centred approach, who is available to work a variety of times , energetic and excited to make a difference in people’s lives. Eligibility criteria: Minimum of 6 months paid experience in supporting people with disabilities in a residential or day placement setting. A relevant qualification in Disability/Aged Care/Individual Support. Two relevant, professional and industry related reference checks . Must be willing to provide or obtain a Victorian Working with Children’s Check for employment purposes. Have a current or be willing to obtain a First Aid (HLTAID003 or HLTAID004) and CPR (HLTAID001) certificate. Highly regarded criteria: Car, drivers licence and comprehensive insurance Certificate in PEG/PEJ feeding Certificate in Midazolam administration Certificate IV in Child, Youth and Family Intervention Benefits of working for HCA: Above award wages Free Victorian police checks eHCA mobile app to manage your availability, shifts and submit timesheets Varied shifts available Join one of the fastest growing national healthcare organisations in Australia Be supported in your role and be a part of our team Opportunity to work close to home in a rewarding career Click apply to submit your application. To be considered for this role applicants must have the right to work in Australia and undergo a DWES check, police check and manual handling training (at no charge to you). Only successful applicants will be contacted.
Call Centre and Customer Service Skills wanted for Event Sales
myjoblist, Victoria, VIC
Lime 7 is currently recruiting for a Sales Consultant role in our events team in Melbourne. Lime 7 is a Marketing specialist based In Melbourne who represent some of Australia's best brands. We are wanting to hire 3 people for our new events campaign launching this month. The role offers :- FANTASTIC pay package - $25-$30 per hour plus super, plus weekly bonuses and allowances. Up to 40 hours per week Opportunity to work with some of Australia's best brands Great training program We are looking: - Strong work ethic Those who love to work in a team Experience working with KPI's Impeccable customer service skills Amazing communication skills IF THIS IS YOU THEN APPLY NOW []