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Graduate Program - Occupational Therapist/Speech Pathologist/Physiotherapist
National 360, South Yarra, Stonnington Area, Melbourne, VIC
Graduate Program - Occupational Therapist/Speech Pathologist/Physiotherapist About National 360 National 360 provides high-quality mobile Occupational Therapy, Physiotherapy, Speech Pathology, Behaviour Support and AHA services to clients of all ages and abilities within the NDIS, Insurance and Aged-Care sectors. Continuing its exciting national expansion, the business aims to become the number one provider of allied health services in the country via the continued attraction, development and retention of high-quality therapists and support staff. We celebrate diversity and provide an inclusive workplace with people from all age groups, cultural backgrounds, interests, and experiences. Our Northern Queensland Team is expanding, and we are looking for therapists who are interested in relocating to one of the most beautiful parts of the world. You will be supported with experienced therapists on-the-ground and will join a newly expanding team where you can increase your skills and meet new friends. Not wanting to move on your own? We are open to considering dual applications from friends, peers, and alumni About the Role Graduate Therapists at National 360 provide services to assist persons presenting with a range of needs including intellectual and physical difficulties, mental health, neurological disorders, communication difficulties and behaviours of concern. Working across the NDIS, Aged Care and Insurance sectors, Graduate Therapists provide services in home, clinic, and community settings, completing initial assessments, therapeutic intervention programs and reporting. When you join National 360, you will work as part of a multidisciplinary team, increasing your understanding of holistic approaches to therapy. With a unique specialisation structure, you can choose to work in a generalist capacity or work towards specialising in one or more of the following areas: Mental Health / Psychosocial Disability Home Modifications Housing Assistive Technology Paediatrics Neuro / Community Rehabilitation Complex Communication Industry-Leading Support We are committed to providing our team with a learning environment which focuses on continuous development and team-based approaches to therapy. We employ one therapist in a supervisory capacity for every three therapists who do not supervise, ensuring that every therapist receives individualised coaching and supervision to increase their skills and confidence. Our unique Clinical Practice Advisor structure ensures that our therapists receive high-quality, specialised advice to assist in the management of a diverse caseload. This means you have weekly access to specialist clinical practice support. In addition to internal learning opportunities, Graduate Therapists are provided with paid study / conference / seminar leave as well as generous financial contribution to engage in external learning. To learn more about other benefits at National 360, including flexible working options, company-sponsored holidays and a comprehensive wellbeing program, visit https://national360.com.au/careers/360-careers/ About you To apply for this opportunity, you will need: Tertiary qualifications in Occupational Therapy, Speech Pathology and Physiotherapy Graduated within the last 18 months and have interest in community therapy AHPRA / SPA Registration An interest in providing services to people living with disability and neurological disorders The ability to develop positive relationships and trust with those in the community and the workplace A learning mindset and commitment to continuous development NDISWC / WWCC (or willingness to apply) To learn more about this opportunity, please contact the HR Team on 1300 340 440 or email careersnational360.com.au We're committed to Equality, Diversity and Inclusivity We welcome all people to join our team, including people from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities, living with disability, all gender identities, LGBTQIA, people of any socioeconomic National 360 is a significantly expanding business and have multiple opportunities for Team Leaders, Supervisors and Graduates in Occupational Therapy, Physiotherapy, Speech Pathology and Behavior Support. Positions are located in Queensland, New South Wales, Victoria, South Australia, Western Australia and Tasmania. For further information please contact nehanational360.com.au 28-06-2021 Closing in 4 days Closing in 4 days Job type:Graduate Jobs Disciplines: Health, Physio and Occupational Therapy, Speech Work rights: Australian Permanent Resident, New Zealand Locations: Melbourne Closing Date:6th Jul 2021, 7:59 am
Teacher And Nominated Supervisor Try Blossom Park Kindergarten
TRY Australia Childrens Services, South Yarra, Stonnington Area, Melbourne, VIC
Try Australia Childrens Services Mill Park Teacher & Nominated Supervisor TRY Blossom Park Kindergarten Mill Park Posted by Try Australia Childrens Services on 24 Jun 2021 Organisation Try Australia Childrens Services Closing date 12.07.2021 Primary role Early Childhood Teacher Position type Part-time Location Mill Park State VIC About the Centre/Service We are TRY Early Learning and as part of a Social Purpose organisation we have a vision to create a meaningful difference in the lives of children. We strive to provide ALL children with access to high quality Early Childhood Education and Care (ECEC). TRY Blossom Park Kindergarten, Mill Park, is nestled amongst residential properties, close to Yellow Gum Park. There are two play rooms for both three and four-year-old sessions. The rooms have a variety of play areas, provide a natural flow via the covered verandas onto large landscaped grounds with well-established trees, spacious climbing and swing areas, and a sandpit with bridge and trickle pond. Blossom Park offers 15-hour programs for 4-year-old children and 5 hour programs for 3 year olds, with no more than 60 children attending the morning and afternoon sessions, respectively. We are inclusive of the diversity that our community has to offer and welcome children and their families from all walks of life. Learn more https://trycs.org.au/kindergartenlist/blossom-park-kindergarten/ Description We are seeking a dynamic teacher, leader and community builder for the Teacher in Charge role: TRY Blossom Park Kindergarten Mill park Lead a team and service that make a real contribution to the community 27.75 hours per week over 4 days, leading one four-year-old group Tue, Thu & Fri sessions 8.15 to 1.15, Wed 11.45 2.00, non- & leadership hours flexible How to apply Please submit your application through the Survey Monkey https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/K2VZ2TR You will be asked to attach your current resume Applications close 5 July 2021 Please refer to the original advertisement here: https://elaa.org.au/job/teacher-nominated-supervisor-try-blossom-park-kindergarten-mill-park/ Any questions? Email /call Judith or Anastasia in the People & Culture team employmenttry.org.au 0437 942 438 The successful applicant will be able to demonstrate Proficiency in early years care and education Experience in progressing collaborative partnerships with parents, community and local schools Reputation for positive team leadership Energy, positivity and great working relationships Excellent verbal and written communication skills VIT registration We can offer you Recognition as a valued colleague working together to provide learning to ALL children A supportive workplace with opportunities for professional development The opportunity to belong to an organisation with strong values, ethics and commitment to children and the ECEC workforce Career progression opportunities The TRY difference At TRY, were more than just an early learning and care provider. As a non-denominational, not-for-profit organisation we work with communities to improve the life chances of children and young people facing adversity. We do this by helping them to achieve great educational and employment outcomes through our youth mentoring and employment pathway programs, as well as supporting vulnerable families to access early learning. When you join TRY youre joining an organisation with a 137-year strong history of making a meaningful difference to the lives chances of children and young people. Are you ready to make a difference? Learn more here: https://trycs.org.au/ Child safety and inclusiveness TRY Australia Childrens Services and all our Centres are committed to child safety. The protection and wellbeing of children and young persons is reflected in our zero tolerance for child abuse. All staff and volunteers have a moral and legal responsibility to ensure that young people are safe whilst involved in our care and programs. All children have the right to safety and security and the protection from physical, emotional, verbal and sexual abuse and neglect. TRY Australia Childrens Services is a child safe and equal employment opportunity employer. We encourage applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, from people from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds and from people with a disability. Requirements VIT Registration Industrial Agreement/Award Victorian Early Childhood Teachers and Educators Agreement 2016 (VECTEA)
Assistant Director, Talent & Culture
Fairmont Hotels and Resorts, Victoria, British Columbia, Canada
Hotel Overview: Fairmont Empress is the destination in Victoria, located in the heart of the city overlooking Victoria's sparkling Inner Harbour. The 464 room hotel has completed an exciting $60 million dollar strategic renovation. This transformation has married the original classic details with world class modern touches creating a luxury oasis with unique food and beverage venues celebrating the Pacific North West as well as a rejuvenating Willow Stream Spa. The hotel has partnered with Forbes to continue to elevate our unique West Coast culture and service to provide individual and authentic guest experiences.Job PurposeThis position supports the management of the Talent & Culture Department of the property and pertains to all areas which support the AccorHotels philosophy of creating an environment where each and every member of the team is recognized and feels valued for their contribution.In this role, you will support the coordination of the actions of the leaders and colleagues in all elements of the Talent Journey including Employer Branding, Recruitment & Selection, Induction & Onboarding, Performance Management & Feedback, Colleague Engagement, Learning & Development, Talent Management, Career Management, Culture Diversity & Inclusion, Policies & Procedures, Reward & Recognition, Compensation & Benefits, Health & Wellness, and Corporate Social Responsibility with the objective of providing business support to all departments through collaboration and coaching.Reporting LineThis position reports directly to the Director, Talent & Culture.Key InteractionsInternallyProperty Leaders and ColleaguesExternallyCandidatesSchool Faculty & StudentsVarious Government AgenciesHR and Employment Service ProvidersPrimary Responsibilities Supports the Company CulturePromote, live and demonstrate Company Values;Ensure that the colleague and the guest are at the center of everything that Talent & Culture does;Provide feedback from the guest on the teams' performance to the team;Ensure that all team members feel trusted and valued for their contribution.Employer Branding Implement strategic activities for attracting talent to the property; Maintain relationships with local schools, colleagues and universities;Engage in Talent & Culture social media initiatives to promote the property as the best place to work;Compile entries for local HR and Employer recognition awards; Compile monthly articles for publication in internal communication network.Recruitment and Selection Support the Talent & Culture leader to ensure the property has the right talent in the right role;Engage in processes which assist in finding talent inside and outside the organization;Manage Company Talent Acquisition Systems;Coordinate selection and recruitment of Supervisory and Front Line positions to ensure a seamless onboarding experience;Implement retention strategies to fulfil business need objectives;Provide communication on career paths available with AccorHotels;Ensure vacancies within AccorHotels are displayed for all to apply.Induction and Onboarding Follow and implement all Company established onboarding procedures which ensure new colleagues feel welcome and all team members are prepared for the colleagues' arrival;Coordinate and conduct Company and brand specific orientation programs and training programs.Performance Assessment and Feedback Support an environment which supports open ongoing feedback and coaching to bridge gaps for better performance; Celebrate team and individual success;Assist Managers in setting objectives and goals for supervisors and assistant managersLearning and Development Deliver / support training for future skill requirements;Evaluate the effectiveness of the training by communicating with department Supervisors and Front Line talent;Create a learning environment where each colleague has a personal development plan;Follow up with colleagues after attending training programs to support the application of learning on the job;Support colleagues to access learning opportunities.Talent ManagementAssist leaders to identify best star talent;Assist leaders in the preparation of succession plans.ComplianceUnderstand, communicate, implement, and adhere to all Talent & Culture policies & procedures;Communicate Talent & Culture policies and procedures to all leaders and colleagues.Labor RelationsProvides advice on interpretation and implementation of the Collective Bargaining Agreement, employment legislation, and developments in labour relations, Employment Standards and Human Rights in British Columbia. Advance positive employee relations by building effective working relationships with all constituents Provides assistance and support with employee and labour relations issues Researches and handles most union grievances Performs various related duties such as participating as a member of assigned committees and labour/management meetings; Attends disciplinary meetings when required Responsible for the maintenance of grievance and historical data files. Assists Director with collective bargaining, including but not limited to, researching proposals, participating on local negotiating team Fosters positive employee relations and provides a favourable climate for continuous and effective relations Critical CompetenciesDiploma or Bachelor Degree in related field is a must;Minimum of 5 years of experience in Human Resources roles, with a minimum of 3 year experience in a Leadership level position; Hotel operation experience is desirable; Knowledge of BC local labour laws and employment law requirements;Up-to-date on HR trends and practices in the market;Computer literate in Microsoft Window applications required with a specific focus on advanced Excel;Ability to create a community which supports a collaborative environment;Strong relationship builder;Excellent interpersonal skills with ability to communicate with all levels of talent;Excellent organization skills, Ability to multi-task;Multicultural awareness and able to work with communities and people from diverse backgrounds;Flexible, able to embrace, and respond to change; Ability to work independently with strong initiative;Self-motivated and energetic;Highly responsible;Ability to focus attention on colleague needs.Creative and technologically savvyAble to produce Employee Marketing campaigns and collateralSocial media savvy Strong desire for career growthStrong business acumen is a mustExtremely resourceful, confident and influential Why work for Accor?We are far more than a worldwide leader. We welcome you as you are and you can find a job and brand that matches your personality. We support you to grow and learn every day, making sure that work brings purpose to your life, so that during your journey with us, you can continue to explore Accor's limitless possibilities.By joining Accor, every chapter of your story is yours to write and together we can imagine tomorrow's hospitality. Discover the life that awaits you at Accor, visit https://careers.accor.com/Do what you love, care for the world, dare to challenge the status quo! #BELIMITLESSSalary: . Date posted: 07/27/2021 10:12 PM