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As you can see on the diagramm in the most numerous number of vacancies of Social Services Manager Job are opened in . In the second place is Wimmera, In the third is Gippsland.

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Service Case Manager - Randstad
Randstad, Victoria, VIC
Randstad Healthcare is currently partnering with a local, not-for-profit community health service, who has been caring for people for over 26 years. Our client is looking for a number of youth mental health case managers to join an innovative program. About the program The aim of the program is to provide young people aged 12 to 25 years and their families and carers with improved access to primary health care, community and social services, to improve access, service coordination and integration. The program is designed for young people who are at-risk, disadvantaged and with complex needs, with a specific focus on providing support to young people with mental ill-health. About the role The company has a number of Case Manager positions available The roles are for an immediate start and are fixed-term contracts until the end of 2022, with the possibility of extension. In this position you will: deliver high quality, inclusive and flexible outreach-based case management services including client engagement, intake and assessment, case plan, intervention, review and case closure engage with local young people, their families and health/community services to deliver integrated ‘evidence based’ client-directed and meaningful change participate and deliver effective work processes to ensure the delivery of program throughput, outputs, and KPI’s About you An experienced Case Worker with a background working with young people and/or families, you will bring to the role a flexible and adaptable way of working as well as a genuine enthusiasm to be part of this new and exciting venture. You will be able to: demonstrate experience delivering goal-orientated case management to young people and their families/carers, specifically targeting clients with high vulnerability and mental health issues demonstrate experience connecting with outreach services including schools, recreational and leisure facilities, and support within the home or young person’s living arrangements have experience working in collaboration with other services to ensure integrated care for the young person have knowledge and understanding of the Melbourne community health sector, preferably in the outer Eastern suburbs region In addition, you will enjoy working independently, while also contributing to a highly collaborative team, enjoying the challenge of contributing to a new and evolving program. Candidates will demonstrate: Excellent communication skills, written and verbal a friendly, approachable disposition high level interpersonal skills, connecting with people with ease and sensitivity a collaborative and personable approach in your practice and manner a high degree of flexibility with a positive outlook Qualifications required: a minimum Diploma qualification or other relevant qualification (including counselling) a current Victorian driver’s licence and access to own insured vehicle a current employee Working with Children’s Check (or willingness to obtain one) Willingness to undertake a Police Check membership with AASW or relevant body This position is a unique opportunity to contribute to developing and implementing a newly created service with an aim to provide positive physical and mental health outcomes for young people and their families and carers. Due to the nature of outreach and engagement with young people, flexibility to work within the 9:00am - 8.00pm time frame is required, with occasional weekend work from 10.00am - 2.00pm on a rotational basis. If you are interested to apply or wanting to know more about this amazing opportunity please get in touch with Abhi at Randstad Healthcare on 1300 289 817 or apply bellow Please don't delay as the roles have an asap start. 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.
Human Resources Manager
Johnson Recruitment, Victoria, VIC
The Organisation This well-respected social services organisation strives to provide quality alcohol and drug, housing, family violence, and other support services that address social disadvantage, and help educate and enrich the lives of their communities. The Position Reporting directly to the CEO, the HR Manager’s key responsibilities include: Assisting with the creation and development of strong employee and industrial relations within the organisation Nurturing and developing a positive organisational culture, based on their core values Ensuring effective workplace health and safety systems are implemented and maintained Identifying and taking appropriate steps to manage and mitigate risk Monitor the culture and staff engagement levels; building and facilitating programs to maximise opportunities for improvement Develop and maintain performance management systems, processes and capability, ensuring all staff are given the tools to unlock their full potential The Person About you: Prior experience in an HR Manager function. (not-for-profit sector experience advantageous but not essential) Tertiary qualification in Human Resource Management, or similar Passionate about people and supporting those in need, in line with the organisation’s values Demonstrated excellent verbal and written communication skills, with the ability to work effectively with people from diverse backgrounds Strong computer literacy skills including Microsoft Office suite, and HRIS management systems What’s on offer The opportunity to create meaningful change and to contribute to the overall success of this community group. On offer is a salary of $110K super. Being in the not-for-profit space would also qualify you for fantastic salary packaging benefits. If you have exceptional skills and are looking for a new and exciting challenge, please make an application by clicking the “Apply” tab below to submit your resume in Word format. To confidentially discuss this role further, please feel free to call Justin Curreen-Harris or Barry Vienet from Johnson Recruitment on (03) 9946 7302.
Social Worker - Healthscope
Healthscope, Victoria, VIC
Supportive Management team Acute Hospital Setting Permanent Part-time role (EFT 0.6) Located in the Eastern suburbs of Melbourne We are looking for a committed and team-orientated Grade 2 Social Worker with passion for excellence in customer service delivery to join our team at Knox Private Hospital. The position is responsible for proving a high standard of Social Work care to individuals/patients of varying ages and cultural groups within Healthscope Eastern Cluster including Knox Private, Bellbird Private and Ringwood Private Hospitals. The role will be based at Knox Private Hospital and require 3 days per week, including Fridays. Opportunity for extra weekday shifts across the Healthscope hospitals network may be available. As part of the multi-disciplinary team your role will be to assess and support patients, where indicated, in collaboration with individuals/patients/their families and the multidisciplinary team so as to achieve comprehensive and co-ordinated care as well as identify goals and health outcomes in an acute hospital environment. You role will include, but is not limited to complex discharge planning, provision of services, counselling and support to patients, families and carers. Reporting directly the Allied Health manager, you will recieve supervision from a Grade 3 social worker within the Healthscope Eastern Cluster. As a Social Worker your responsibilities will include: Working independently as part of the healthcare team Adhere to Healthscope's and site policies and procedures Demonstrate a commitment to continuous quality improvement, Occupational Health and Safety Deliver a high standard of customer service at all times. The Grade 2 Social Worker may also be required to provide clinical supervision to students. Healthscope is a leading private provider of integrated health services across Australia. We are focused on providing exceptional services to our customers in our private hospitals throughout the country. Knox Private Hospital is the largest private hospital in the eastern and south eastern corridor of Melbourne. We operate 11 theatres, a 24 hour Emergency Department, a 10 bed Intensive Care Unit, a 10 bed Coronary Care Unit and a Day Procedure Unit. We offer a broad range of acute services, with over 25 specialty areas and are leaders in cardiac and general surgery, neurosurgery, neurology, orthopaedics, urology, plastics and vascular surgery. At Knox Private Hospital our most valuable resources are our people. Knox Private prides itself on its reputation and commitment to the provision of exceptional customer service. We recognise that we are only as good as our staff, and this is why we seek to employ and retain highly skilled, compassionate and dedicated people. Selection Criteria: Appropriate tertiary qualifications in Social Work At least two years post-qualifying experience in hosiptal (or related) setting Eligibility for membership of the Australian Association of Social Workers Ability to work autonomously Well-developed communication skills and interpersonal skills Excellent organisation, time management and self-management skills Ability to work within and provide leadership within a multidisciplinary team Sound clinical judgement and skills in risk assessment and management Comprehensive skills in assessment, discharge planning and counselling Commitment to ongoing education and the provision of evidence based practice Current Australian Driver's License Why Healthscope? When you join Healthscope, you become part of our Community of Care . Our people are at the heart of our organisation - no matter the role, every day our people make a difference to the lives of our patients and their families. We work together to create positive, memorable experiences, alongside our quality care, in every moment of every day. As the only national private hospital operator and healthcare provider in Australia, our 42 sites are supported by our central Support Office, enabling them to provide an exceptional experience for the communities we care for. Healthscope opens the door to endless opportunities for our people, giving them the flexibility to work across one or multiple hospitals across our network. We encourage the pursuit of continuous professional development and education and support our people to grow and flourish securely. We pride ourselves on working with talented, passionate and caring people to ensure our patients receive the highest quality care and experience during their stay with us. While our hospital network is vast, Healthscope is a family. We support each other, we share learnings, celebrate successes and face challenges together . Come and be the difference in our patient's lives . More Information: Our commitment to quality and safety for our patients, staff and visitors is our highest priority. Applicants will be required to provide a current National Police check prior to appointment and persons in patient contact roles will be required to provide proof of immunity to specified infectious diseases as a Category A Healthcare worker. Applications close: 4th August 2021 For further enquiries: Prue Adams, Allied Health Manager, Ph: (03) 9210 7133 To Apply: Please click on the 'Apply' button to be taken to our online application form. Please include a cover letter and a CV along with the contact details of 2 professional referees.
Therapeutic Case Manager
Brightside Recruitment, Victoria, VIC
Client Brightside Recruitment is currently working with a large not for profit organisation that works across Victoria, providing support service within the Child and Family sector. Role Our client is currently undertaking a large recruitment drive as a result of new funding and we are looking for staff to fill various roles in Western Melbourne. You will be working with 3 age cohorts, pre-birth, 0-5 & 10-15. The Responsibilities of this role include; - Providing and innovative, intensive wrap around outreach family support service to approximately 5 children or young people and engaging and supporting their families and the children themselves via creative strengths-based evidence informed intervention strategies, conducting outreach and home visits, contributing to risk assessments and facilitating referrals to other programs or external agencies as required; - maintaining both electronic and written case management systems in line with DHHS legislative requirements; - Liaising with a range of Child Protection, external service providers and Community Service Organisations to develop plans and engage appropriate support for clients. Criteria - Degree Qualification in Social Work, Psychology or extensive experience in the child protection field - An ability to work in a culturally respectful and competent manner - Work experience in a relevant field that supports an understanding of child development and family functioning including theories of attachment, intergenerational and personal trauma as well as relevant risk assessment frameworks, service responses and interventions in working with vulnerable families. - A well-developed understanding of issues that impact on Aboriginal families, children and young people, particularly those who are involved with Child Protection - Sound knowledge of and experience with implementing strengths-based interventions - Excellent communication and interpersonal skills and ability to support families, children and young people to set goals and work towards achieving goals; - Sound organisational and planning skills including the ability to work independently and within a small team and maintain up to date case notes; - Ability to develop and maintain relationships with services and support families to access services and supports as required; - Ability to work out of hours and on weekends as required by the role. - You must have and continue to hold a full Australian Driver’s Licence and a current employment working with children check card. Extra info This role requires a passionate, unbiased, client focused person. You will be supported and mentored in this role and will develop new skills during this time. For more information please email brianbrightsiderecruitment.com.au or call 0450 959 750
Senior Accountant & Manager - Business Services & Tax
Kona & Co., Victoria, VIC
Several Senior Accountant & Manager positions. Mid-tier, mid-size & boutique. Own client portfolio. SME, ASX listed, International & Corporate clients. Flexible working hours including working from home arrangements Strong advisory, consulting and value added services Future Equity Partnership The Company The job market is incredibly busy, and we have partnered with several accounting practices across Melbourne – CBD, North West, East and South Eastern suburbs. The Opportunities Senior Accountant – up to $90k Super 2nd tier accounting practice Corporate Tax division Comprehensive wellbeing and health programme Flexible working arrangements (flexitime, and work from home) Senior Accountant – up to $95k Super Boutique practice (with Ex Big 4 Partners) ASX and corporate listed client base Early finish on Fridays with team drinks on their private high-rise CBD balcony Regular work retreats Client interaction Focus on consulting, advisory and value add Career progression to Manager pathway Business Services & Tax Manager – up to $130k Mid-sized practice Work on Corporate/ASX listed clients Focus on consulting, advisory and value add Flexible working hours and work from home arrangements Corporate Tax Manager or Senior Tax Manager – up to $150k 2nd tier accounting practice Corporate Tax division Comprehensive wellbeing and health programme Flexible working arrangements (flexitime, and work from home) Senior Manager / Associate Director – up to $170k Mid-sized practice Equity partnership for the right candidate Strong advisory, consulting and value add services About You 5 years of experience in public practice Degree qualification in Business, Commerce or Accounting CA/CPA qualified Benefits Well, where do we begin… Work directly with clients and be involved with providing advice (not just tax compliance) Work on complex client groups of up to $500M turnover Plenty of client interaction – tax planning meetings and board meetings Social club functions - costs are subsidised by the practice – including theatre, wine tours, dinners, sport, charity events etc Weekly yoga (if that’s your thing) Monthly massages done on-site by a remedial therapist Regular internal and external training Casual dress code Open bar/fridge and full kitchen amenities Flexible working hours including working from home arrangements Future Equity Partnership Go away with the office on regular work retreats Great leadership team that genuinely care about your professional development How to Apply To apply for any of these positions, please submit your resume through the APPLY button. Alternatively, you can call Priscila Crawford on 0423 148 916 for a confidential chat. Not quite what you’re looking for? Please give me a call, as not all of our positions are advertised. All communication will be strictly confidential.
Youth services case manager
Randstad, Victoria, VIC
Randstad Healthcare is currently partnering with a local, not-for-profit community health service, who has been caring for people for over 26 years. Our client is looking for a number of youth mental health case managers to join an innovative program. About the program The aim of the program is to provide young people aged 12 to 25 years and their families and carers with improved access to primary health care, community and social services, to improve access, service coordination and integration. The program is designed for young people who are at-risk, disadvantaged and with complex needs, with a specific focus on providing support to young people with mental ill-health. About the role The company has a number of Case Manager positions available The roles are for an immediate start and are fixed-term contracts until the end of 2022, with the possibility of extension. In this position you will: deliver high quality, inclusive and flexible outreach-based case management services including client engagement, intake and assessment, case plan, intervention, review and case closure engage with local young people, their families and health/community services to deliver integrated ‘evidence based’ client-directed and meaningful change participate and deliver effective work processes to ensure the delivery of program throughput, outputs, and KPI’s About you An experienced Case Worker with a background working with young people and/or families, you will bring to the role a flexible and adaptable way of working as well as a genuine enthusiasm to be part of this new and exciting venture. You will be able to: demonstrate experience delivering goal-orientated case management to young people and their families/carers, specifically targeting clients with high vulnerability and mental health issues demonstrate experience connecting with outreach services including schools, recreational and leisure facilities, and support within the home or young person’s living arrangements have experience working in collaboration with other services to ensure integrated care for the young person have knowledge and understanding of the Melbourne community health sector, preferably in the outer Eastern suburbs region In addition, you will enjoy working independently, while also contributing to a highly collaborative team, enjoying the challenge of contributing to a new and evolving program. Candidates will demonstrate: Excellent communication skills, written and verbal a friendly, approachable disposition high level interpersonal skills, connecting with people with ease and sensitivity a collaborative and personable approach in your practice and manner a high degree of flexibility with a positive outlook Qualifications required: a minimum Diploma qualification or other relevant qualification (including counselling) a current Victorian driver’s licence and access to own insured vehicle a current employee Working with Children’s Check (or willingness to obtain one) Willingness to undertake a Police Check membership with AASW or relevant body This position is a unique opportunity to contribute to developing and implementing a newly created service with an aim to provide positive physical and mental health outcomes for young people and their families and carers. Due to the nature of outreach and engagement with young people, flexibility to work within the 9:00am - 8.00pm time frame is required, with occasional weekend work from 10.00am - 2.00pm on a rotational basis. If you are interested to apply or wanting to know more about this amazing opportunity please get in touch with Abhi at Randstad Healthcare on 1300 289 817 or apply bellow Please don't delay as the roles have an asap start. 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.
Social Worker - Grade 2
Healthscope, Victoria, VIC
Supportive Management team Acute Hospital Setting Permanent Part-time role (EFT 0.6) Located in the Eastern suburbs of Melbourne We are looking for a committed and team-orientated Grade 2 Social Worker with passion for excellence in customer service delivery to join our team at Knox Private Hospital. The position is responsible for proving a high standard of Social Work care to individuals/patients of varying ages and cultural groups within Healthscope Eastern Cluster including Knox Private, Bellbird Private and Ringwood Private Hospitals. The role will be based at Knox Private Hospital and require 3 days per week, including Fridays. Opportunity for extra weekday shifts across the Healthscope hospitals network may be available. As part of the multi-disciplinary team your role will be to assess and support patients, where indicated, in collaboration with individuals/patients/their families and the multidisciplinary team so as to achieve comprehensive and co-ordinated care as well as identify goals and health outcomes in an acute hospital environment. You role will include, but is not limited to complex discharge planning, provision of services, counselling and support to patients, families and carers. Reporting directly the Allied Health manager, you will recieve supervision from a Grade 3 social worker within the Healthscope Eastern Cluster. As a Social Worker your responsibilities will include: Working independently as part of the healthcare team Adhere to Healthscope's and site policies and procedures Demonstrate a commitment to continuous quality improvement, Occupational Health and Safety Deliver a high standard of customer service at all times. The Grade 2 Social Worker may also be required to provide clinical supervision to students. Healthscope is a leading private provider of integrated health services across Australia. We are focused on providing exceptional services to our customers in our private hospitals throughout the country. Knox Private Hospital is the largest private hospital in the eastern and south eastern corridor of Melbourne. We operate 11 theatres, a 24 hour Emergency Department, a 10 bed Intensive Care Unit, a 10 bed Coronary Care Unit and a Day Procedure Unit. We offer a broad range of acute services, with over 25 specialty areas and are leaders in cardiac and general surgery, neurosurgery, neurology, orthopaedics, urology, plastics and vascular surgery. At Knox Private Hospital our most valuable resources are our people. Knox Private prides itself on its reputation and commitment to the provision of exceptional customer service. We recognise that we are only as good as our staff, and this is why we seek to employ and retain highly skilled, compassionate and dedicated people. Selection Criteria: Appropriate tertiary qualifications in Social Work At least two years post-qualifying experience in hosiptal (or related) setting Eligibility for membership of the Australian Association of Social Workers Ability to work autonomously Well-developed communication skills and interpersonal skills Excellent organisation, time management and self-management skills Ability to work within and provide leadership within a multidisciplinary team Sound clinical judgement and skills in risk assessment and management Comprehensive skills in assessment, discharge planning and counselling Commitment to ongoing education and the provision of evidence based practice Current Australian Driver's License Why Healthscope? When you join Healthscope, you become part of our Community of Care . Our people are at the heart of our organisation - no matter the role, every day our people make a difference to the lives of our patients and their families. We work together to create positive, memorable experiences, alongside our quality care, in every moment of every day. As the only national private hospital operator and healthcare provider in Australia, our 42 sites are supported by our central Support Office, enabling them to provide an exceptional experience for the communities we care for. Healthscope opens the door to endless opportunities for our people, giving them the flexibility to work across one or multiple hospitals across our network. We encourage the pursuit of continuous professional development and education and support our people to grow and flourish securely. We pride ourselves on working with talented, passionate and caring people to ensure our patients receive the highest quality care and experience during their stay with us. While our hospital network is vast, Healthscope is a family. We support each other, we share learnings, celebrate successes and face challenges together . Come and be the difference in our patient's lives . More Information: Our commitment to quality and safety for our patients, staff and visitors is our highest priority. Applicants will be required to provide a current National Police check prior to appointment and persons in patient contact roles will be required to provide proof of immunity to specified infectious diseases as a Category A Healthcare worker. Applications close: 4th August 2021 For further enquiries: Prue Adams, Allied Health Manager, Ph: (03) 9210 7133 To Apply: Please click on the 'Apply' button to be taken to our online application form. Please include a cover letter and a CV along with the contact details of 2 professional referees.
Customer Success Manager
CPM Australia, Wantirna South, Knox Area, VIC
About Us: CPM Australia , as part of the global CPM International network, is a global field marketing agency. representing various industry leaders offering its clients INSIGHT, INFLUENCE and SALES through a diverse range of channels including our state-of-the-art Contact Centre, Direct Sales and Field Marketing. About Our Client: Workplace from Facebook is an online collaborative software tool developed by Facebook, Inc. With its advanced communication tool features, it connects everyone in an organisation from HQ to frontline workers by facilitating online groupwork, instant messaging, video conferencing and sharing news. Workplace from Facebook ’s advantage over its competitors is that it allows individuals in companies to use familiar tools to talk and work together. ABOUT THE ROLE: As a member of CPM Australia ’s Workplace from Facebook Team, you will play an instrumental role impacting the organisation and ultimately helping build Workplace from Facebook . You will own the Customers Lifecycle for existing clients. You will help implement and drive adoption and use through the renewal stage. You will also work closely with Sales Teams to ensure their use case as a foundation for launching Workplace from Facebook platforms. Some of your responsibilities will be (however not limited to): Proactively connecting with customers to gain an understanding of their goals and challenges and ensure they find full value of our products and services. Engaging with client accounts that need some TLC, helping them find the path back to healthy engagement with the platform. Analysing customer usage in internal data systems to identify, communicate, and act upon both risks and opportunities, taking corrective actions in a timely manner based on this visibility. Gathering regular customer feedback and suggestions and present ideas to key stakeholders internally. Collaborating with Sales Executives, CSM team and your Team Leader to build campaigns for further adoption and propose new ideas to continuously evolve the customer experience. Conducting business reviews (check in calls) to understand business goals, and to assess progress against previously stated objectives. ABOUT YOU: Minimum 2 years sales experience (ideally in customer-facing success, account management or strategic consulting organisation) Tech-savvy with an interest in innovative and emerging technology solutions. Excellent organisational, project management and time management skills. Possess excellent written and verbal communications skills in English. Experience in APAC Regional (highly regarded, however not essential) Experience in SaaS (highly regarded, however not essential) Ability to prioritise, multi-task, and perform effectively under pressure. Exceptional interpersonal skills and the ability to build authentic business relationships and deal effectively with relational challenges as they come up. WHAT WE OFFER: Full time & maximum term position - Monday to Friday ONLY OTE circa $95,800 ($78,000 base super up to $10k commissions). Conveniently located minutes away from Westfield Knox Shopping Centre. Staff discounts with participating retailers at Westfield Knox Shopping Centre. Fully paid training and ongoing development. Opportunities to move into other areas within the business both in Australia and globally. Access to our corporate partnerships (gas/electricity, private health, travel, etc.) An incredibly fun, social, and energetic culture. An environment promoting health & wellbeing. Friday afternoon social gatherings every week If this role sounds like YOU, then please apply NOW. Please note, only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.
Digital Account Manager
Careerone Partner Network, South Yarra, Stonnington Area, Melbourne, VIC
Digital Account Manager Digital Account Manager Posted 2 days ago. 11 people have viewed this job. Location: MELBOURNE, VIC External link. Opens in a new window Salary: $60,001 - $80,000 Work Type: Full time position Tenancy: Permanent position Positions: 1 Location: 460 Bourke St MELBOURNE VIC 3000 External link. Opens in a new window How to get here? Job ID: 2294207000 Source: Public Employer Last Modified: 06 July 2021 Website: https://aquent.com.au/ Description Aquent is currently seeking an energetic Account Manager to join our Melbourne team. Working closely with Talent, you will be responsible for the full campaign process, everything from briefing through to end of campaign reporting. This role will require strong attention to detail, analytical thinking and great interpersonal skills. Day to day, you will be ensuring deadlines are met. You will be responsible for making sure campaigns are implemented and delivered with all stakeholders. In this role it is key to have an eye for detail whilst being able to proactively and clearly communicate. Key Responsibilities: Planning, developing and organising advertising policies and campaigns to support sales objectives Advising on advertising strategies and campaigns to reach target markets, creating consumer awareness and effectively promoting the brands Coordinating production of advertising campaigns involving specialised activities production and media placement. Analysing data regarding digital consumer patterns and preferences Interpreting and predicting current and future consumer trends Researching potential demand and market characteristics for new goods and services and collecting and analysing data and other statistical information Supporting business growth and development through the preparation and execution of marketing objectives, policies and programs Undertaking market research to identify market opportunities for new and existing goods and services Advising on all elements of marketing such as product mix, pricing, advertising and sales promotion, selling, and distribution channels As the Account Manager you are responsible for helping drive growth within the business Experience required: At least 2-3 yrs in digital media Experience and success in either operations, digital media sales, account management and/or media planning/buying. Use of DSPs, Adservers, Anlaytics, reporting platforms, Doubleclick suite Understanding of paid search, display, video, mobile, social, SEO, Native is essential. Understanding of the needs of advertisers and brands within in the digital media landscape. In return: At Aquent, we believe its our people who make the difference. We offer extensive training including opportunities to some of the most amazing events, seminars and with over $8000 to spend on your very own personal and bespoke training needs and many other unique benefits. Very Competitive Salary ($65,000 - $80,000) Opportunities to travel with all expenses paid trips for our top performers, we encourage a Work-Life Balance with programmes to reinforce this, community involvement and of course the best management team in the industry. You will enjoy the opportunity of working for a multinational with unique marketing initiatives and enormous reinvestment into the business. We trust and empower our people to be the best in the industry and recognise, celebrate and reward our high performers. Interested in a confidential discussion? Please email Jen Gottlieb, HR Director, Aquent on jgottliebaquent.com Protect yourself: Cyber criminals are taking advantage of COVID-19. Be extra cautious about who you give your information to. Never give your bank or credit card details or date of birth when applying for a job. Check if the job is genuine by researching the employer and contacting them before applying. Watch Don't get scammed by a fake job ad for more tips to protect yourself. If something doesn't seem right, Report this Job.