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As you can see on the diagramm in the most numerous number of vacancies of Gas Plant Manager Job are opened in . In the second place is Central Highlands and Goldfields, In the third is Gippsland.

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Some computer skills (word) etc would be an advantage- for instance a minor part of the role includes logging issues.Part time hours have some flexibility with a requirement that the work involves 2 separate days onsite each week, preferable a day apart, with a minimum of 4 hours a day. At times more hours might be required, with the work schedule (salary) adjusted accordingly. At times this schedule might be varied to suit the school and the person. The role also requires work during the school holiday breaks, exact hours by negotiation. Responsibilities- Maintenance jobs include but are not limited to basic aspects of joinery, carpentry, plumbing, repairing furniture, doors, locks, curtains, lights plant, equipment and other tasks which may arise. (Tradespeople will be called for most large jobs.)- Jobs relating to grounds and open spaces include gardens, mowing lawns & ovals, (sit on mower & also some hand mowing), edging, weeding, fertilising, planting, pruning.  (Some examples are provided below in scope of works)- Cyclical preventative maintenance jobs as scheduled, including gutter & roof cleaning, windows, painting.- Follow all Health and Safety policies and procedures. Report all known and observed hazards to the Principal (or delegate).- Clear external drains, sweep (blow) paved areas and ensure that litter is removed from garden areas.- Maintain garden equipment and appropriately store garden implements and chemicals.- At times purchase necessary equipment and materials locally (eg Bunnings)- Emptying of large school bins.- Occasionally work with a team of volunteer parents. For instance in a large scale planting program/working bee.- Other duties as required including attendance over the school holiday period as requested by the Principal.Some specific examples: Scopes of work may include items such as:Maintain or develop a system of notification and response to requests from school staff for maintenance and repairs, in liaison with a designated admin staff member.Carry out visual inspections of the grounds to identify gardening, pruning, watering, weeding requirements and develop a priority list for grounds maintenance and enhancement.When possible, check that contracted tasks are being professionally completed.Assist with the planning and staging of school events such as Picnic Nights, and Orientation Days as required to ensure such matters as furniture relocation, equipment and facilities meet the needs of the school.Grounds cleaning on special event days.Carry out visual inspections of buildings to identify property damage and equipment failure and fatigue to develop a priority list for maintenance and repairs, andcheck that contracted tasks are being professionally completed.Repair and/or replace locks, hinges, closers, window latches, window blind fittings and lockersCarry out minor repair of furniture and equipment eg table tops, table legs, castors.Plastering and painting- smaller scale jobsTemporarily secure broken windows and doorsRepair leaking taps and replace tap fittingsCarry out visual inspections of roofs,  (on roof, by ladders), roof guttering, drains, sinks and troughs to identify and clear blockages.Clear blocked toilets as necessaryRelocate and properly store other blinds, furniture, equipment and resources to keep them in optimal condition.Clear broken glass, lay sawdust as required etc during the day.Replace batteries in clocks, reticulation systems etc when required.Replace basketball nets if required.Affix internal and external notice and display boards.Replace light globes and clear light fittings of insects and cobwebs.Obtain replacement gas bottles when required. Visit local hardware (eg Bunnings) for equipment & materials as required.Report resources that need to be added to or deleted from the Assets Register.Log issues on a computer (MS word), in liaison with an office staff member who will assist as required.Report on and maintain a record of faulty equipment, damage and breakage.Liaise with grounds and cleaning contractors to schedule extra work on special event days and other times.On a cyclical / seasonal program, weed (hand or spray), poison and mulch garden beds.On a cyclical program, oil garden bed timber/seating.Check and operate the automatic watering systems (if applicable)At times, hand water gardens and trees, set sprinklers in place, etc.Other duties as assigned by the Principal and Education Admin ManagerWho May ApplyIndividuals with the aptitude, experience and/or qualifications to fulfill the specific requirements of the position.EEO AND OHS CommitmentThe Department values diversity and is committed to workforce diversity and equal opportunity in schools and all education workplaces. The Department recognises that the provision of family friendly, supportive, safe and harassment free workplaces is essential to high performance and promotes flexible work, diversity and safety across all schools and Department workplaces.Child Safe StandardsVictorian government schools are child safe environments. Our schools actively promote the safety and wellbeing of all students, and all school staff are committed to protecting students from abuse or harm in the school environment, in accordance with their legal obligations including child safe standards. All schools have a Child Safety Code of Conduct consistent with the Department’s exemplar available at http://www.education.vic.gov.au/about/programs/health/protect/Pages/childsafestandards.aspxDET ValuesThe Department’s employees commit to upholding DET’s Values: Responsiveness, Integrity, Impartiality, Accountability, Respect, Leadership and Human Rights. DET’s Values complement each school’s own values and underpin the behaviours the community expects of Victorian public sector employees, including those who work in Victorian Government Schools. Information on the DET values is available at http://www.education.vic.gov.au/hrweb/workm/Pages/Public-Sector-Values.aspxConditions of EmploymentAll staff employed by the Department and schools have access to a broad range of employment conditions and working arrangements.Appointment of successful applicants will be made subject to a satisfactory pre-employment conditions check.A probationary period may apply during the first year of employment and induction and support programs provided.Detailed information on all terms and conditions of employment is available on the Department's Human Resources website at http://www.education.vic.gov.au/hrweb/Pages/default.aspxLocation ProfileDear Applicant,Thank you for your interest in the advertised grounds-person/handy-person position at Keysborough Gardens Primary School.As with all positions at our near new school, we seek people who are excited about the work involved in establishing a new school, people who are flexible and adaptable to the tasks involved in the stages of steady school growth.Specific qualifications are not essential with this role. A person who possesses ’handy-person’ skills generally would certainly be considered. The role will suit a person who is looking to become a part of the school community.  Consequently, at this time we are not seeking a contractor who is running a business in this industry and looking to add to a client base.The successful applicant will assume a variety of responsibilities, as detailed in the Role and Responsibilities section of this job advertisement.IN ADDITION to the standard and required process of lodging an application via the Department of Education & Training (DET) Recruitment-On-Line, APPLICANTS ARE REQUESTED TO EMAIL A COPY DIRECTLY TO THE ACTING PRINCIPAL at:   sherri.jenkins@education.vic.gov.au  by the closing date, OR SOONER AS COMPLETED.  Applications should also include a Curriculum Vitae which outlines: - personal details; a summary of all relevant experience, interests and qualifications; the names and contact details (including work and mobile) of three referees who can supply information regarding the applicant’s ability to meet the key selection criteria. It is also suggested that applicants upload your Cover Letter, CV and SC responses as ONE NAMED DOCUMENT on Recruitment on Line, if possible. Thank you.I wish you well with your application.SherriSherri JenkinsPrincipal (Acting)School ProfileKeysborough Gardens Primary School is a relatively new school in Homeleigh Rd Keysborough South. The school officially opened its doors on the 28th January 2020 with an enrolment of 166 students.  Enrolments for 2021 have steadily increased to 261 students (13 classes) and will increase to approximately 345 students (16 classes) in 2022. The estimated long term projected enrolment is around 550- 600 students.The school is located on a landscaped 2.2 hectare site in Keysborough South, approximately 27 km south-east of Melbourne and 7km inland from Port Phillip Bay. In an area once made up of market gardens and semi-rural properties, Keysborough South is now undergoing significant residential growth.Keysborough Gardens Primary School serves a steadily growing and culturally diverse community, with many of the residents born overseas.The two levels of the main building contain a variety of flexible collaborative learning spaces, explicit instruction glassed rooms, presentation spaces, quiet reading or small group nooks, specialist art, science and creative activities labs, games and construction/storytelling settings, a learning terrace for outdoor learning activities, staff work spaces and toilets.The Performing Arts and Physical Education building is a well-equipped self-contained sports stadium and performing arts facility. It contains a large gym, a Performing Arts room, a Chinese Mandarin teaching space, the school canteen, toilets, staff offices and service spaces. It also houses our Before & After School Care program.The grounds include sports courts, outdoor learning areas, an ampi-theatre, a grassed playing field and a central plaza, with landscaped gardens completing a stimulating external learning environment.The school class structure will continue to adapt to enrolment growth. In 2021 straight classes are provided in Prep, Year 1 and Year 2, with composite classes in 3/4 and in 5/6.  Whilst home groups are formed at all levels, a differentiated program caters for individual learning needs.A full range of specialist programs is provided: Physical Education, Performing Arts, Visual Arts and Mandarin. A Learning Enhancement/Individual Needs program is provided by a Specialist Teacher with a growing number of extra-curricular enrichment programs completing the comprehensive curriculum provision.The staffing profile is built upon the principles of a highly effective Professional Learning Community, recruiting educators with a range of teaching experience, backgrounds and expertise.Leaders and teachers at Keysborough Gardens PS demonstrate a passion for and strong commitment to inquiry-based pedagogy, grounded in evidence, informed by on-going assessment, and driven by individual student learning data. They demonstrate a strong passion for collaborative planning and teaching within the state-of-the-art flexible learning spaces. They thrive on a culture of collective efficacy and collaboration and have a positive mindset. They enjoy the challenges that come with being part of a new school and appreciate their vital role in overall school improvement.Leaders and teachers at Keysborough Gardens PS are also dedicated to the social, emotional as well as academic growth of every student. Underpinning everything they do is an ability to remain focussed on student learning growth as well as their own growth as high quality teachers.Education Support staff are an integral to the success of the school in many varied ways, in both administration and within the learning spaces.The core values of Kindness, Empathy, Gratitude, Respect and Excellence guide the daily interactions of all members of the Keysborough Gardens school community. At Keysborough Gardens we:Model and demonstrate kindness and take every opportunity to help others who may be in need.Show Empathy by considering and understanding how someone else is feeling, by “putting ourselves in someone else’s shoes.”Demonstrate Gratitude by appreciating, valuing and acknowledging the people and things we have in our life.Respect ourselves, our school and each other, and understand that our attitudes and behaviours have an impact on the people around us.Strive for Excellence, by trying our hardest and doing our personal best. Individually. Collectively. 
General Manager Leagues and Competitions
Basketball Victoria, Wantirna South, Victoria
Iconic sporting body with a reputation for a high performing collaborative culture Rare opportunity to manage a multifaceted team managing Basketball Victoria’s Leagues and Competitions across the state of Victoria An integral role in the Executive Team  Basketball Victoria (BV) is the governing body for the sport of Basketball in Victoria. The broad objectives of BV are to provide for the advancement, encouragement, conduct, promotion and administration of Basketball in Victoria. We work to provide greater access for individuals to participate in Basketball in the State of Victoria, by working with local, state and federal stakeholders to drive infrastructure growth. This presents an excellent opportunity for a dynamic leader to support the executive team through an exciting time as we reactivate our sport. Reporting to the CEO, you will play a key role in managing BV’s leagues and Competitions.  This includes: Victorian Junior Basketball League (VJBL) Senior Representative League (Big V)  NBL1 South Country Basketball League (CBL) 3x3 and other Tournaments and school programs.  The GM Leagues and Competitions will provide leadership to promote basketball, drive participation and provide pathways. So that all participants can reach their potential and basketball will remain the sport of choice for all Victorians.  More specifically, your key responsibilities will include: Ensure each BV managed league is administered in accordance with the applicable league rules and Commission Charters. Oversee the creation of fair and commercially minded fixtures for BV managed leagues, ensuring information is communicated in a clear and professional manner. Oversee the grading process, the collection of results, ladders and the positions for finals. Build relationships and provide support to all key stakeholders of BVs leagues and competitions including associations, communities, local government authorities, agencies and other state sporting organisations, national bodies, and BV partners to assist in reaching objectives through regular engagement. Work closely with the School Programs Coordinator to improve relationships with schools and School Sports Victoria. Oversee the School Programs to ensure a high level of customer service for all participants of the programs including our Hoop Time program. Oversee the management of finals series, annual league meeting, the league awards and other events as required for all competitions. Liaise with the Communications, Marketing and Digital department for compilation of League media guides and in the servicing of the media in general, including provision of a statistical, information and result service in a timely manner to drive increased media attention to the Leagues. Manage the set up and reporting of the on-going and historical statistical records of the Leagues. Collaborate with the GM Communications, Marketing & Digital in the implementation of marketing strategies. In conjunction with the Commercial & Partnerships Manager assist in the servicing of sponsors and other key stakeholders.  Oversee all player registrations and immigration processes in accordance with the applicable league rules and requirements of Basketball Australia and FIBA. Effectively manage all League and Competition budgets.  Effectively communicate with all member clubs to ensure compliance and cooperation across all League rules and regulations, budget and media relations. Oversee compliance with the National Integrity Standards through policy education and data collection. Share resources and expertise to forge greater community sport development with a more targeted delivery approach Develop and deliver workshops, programs and presentations to stakeholders including government, VicHealth and other sporting bodies and organisations. Collaborate with Manager Technical Officials on matters relating to Technical Officials for BV managed Leagues and Competitions including fixturing, appointments and budgeting. About you: You will have the following experience: Maturity, integrity and commitment to ethics, professionalism, confidentiality and accountability. A tertiary qualification in sports management or a related discipline and/or minimum 5 years’ experience managing in an elite sporting environment.  An innovative approach to the sports industry with a willingness to embrace new technologies and processes. A high-level of commercial acumen and attention to detail. Knowledge and understanding of sports management, ideally with a strong grasp of competition management. Ability to communicate in a clear, professional manner across all communication channels. Ability to build and manage relationships with a range of internal and external stakeholders including senior executives. Knowledge and understanding of community sport, including issues, opportunities and working with volunteers. Highly organised with the ability to be self-motivated, responsive and flexible in an environment with time pressures and multiple priorities. The ability to lead and effectively manage the performance, output and development of direct reports.  Strategic and innovative leadership skills with the ability to inspire, motivate and influence internally and externally. Knowledge and understanding of financial management, planning, budgets and reporting. Ability to appreciate diversity and provide a range of sensitive and appropriate services. Highly developed written and verbal communication skills.  The ideal candidate will possess: Knowledge and understanding of Victorian basketball competition associations, structures and fixtures. Knowledge, experience and skill in developing, implementing and managing programs and events. Knowledge and understanding sports development, venue management and member protection. Proven ability to negotiate sponsorship and partnership commercial arrangements. Ability to promote events and programs and work with associations and community organisations. This is an outstanding opportunity for an energetic and self-motivated individual to bring their knowledge and expertise to a truly unique sporting body that continues to grow and expand with an exciting future ahead. You will be joining an impressive and stable leadership group who work collaboratively within a fantastic culture.
General Manager - Corporate Services
The Victorian Foundation for Survivors of Torture, Melbourne
Job descriptionAbout the OrganisationThe Victorian Foundation for Survivors of Torture Inc. (also known as Foundation House) is not-for-profit organisation providing services to advance the health, wellbeing, and human rights of people of refugee backgrounds in Victoria who have experienced torture or other traumatic events in their country of origin or while fleeing those countries. The organisation was established in Melbourne in 1987 and is non-denominational, politically neutral, and non-aligned. Foundation House is a state-wide agency offering services in metropolitan, regional and rural areas, with head office based in Brunswick. We have approximately 200 staff with metropolitan regional offices in Dallas, Sunshine, Dandenong, and Ringwood.About the roleThe General Manager Corporate Services leads six functional areas to support the organisation to ensure the best people, resources, systems, processes, infrastructure, organisational structure, and culture are in place to achieve success. It is an executive role that takes the lead in risk management and is responsible for the development and delivery of specific objectives and priorities in the strategic plan. The role acts as the Child Safe Officer and provides high level support and advice for the organisations privacy obligations.Key responsibilities: Leading a team currently comprising of 29 staff with a total of 21.33 EFT, including senior staff in Finance, HR, IT, IM, Administration and operations to deliver a well-co-ordinated corporate services group that supports a sustainable and agile organisation.The development and delivery of high quality and efficient business systems and services, including the organisations risk management system that enable continuous quality improvement and support a sustainable and agile agency.Providing the Board of Management and its designated sub-committees (e.g., the Finance Audit and Risk Management Committee) and senior managers with accurate and timely financial and business information and advice to support effective strategic and operational decision-making and to enable compliance with all legal, accounting, and statutory regulations and standards and contractual obligations.The development and implementation of organisational and human resources systems and processes to attract, reward, retain and develop skilled and experienced staff.Collaborating with senior colleagues to create a high performing, innovative and ethical organisational culture which delivers positive outcomes for clients, their communities, and other key stakeholders.About youWe are seeking a strong, effective and collaborative leader with excellent relationship building skills and capable of leading others to deliver an acceptable division and team.Proven experience in strategic planning and effective executive decision making.Strong knowledge of business planning tools, systems, and processes.Background of a range of human resource theories and practices including understanding of industrial relations issues and compliance responsibilities.A proven track record of leading and managing change and delivering measurable results.A proven track record in working collegially with senior executive groups.A sound appreciation of the socio-political environment in which the VFST operates.The OfferThis role is a full time, permanent position, and a generous salary package and benefits will be offered to the successful candidate, commensurate with experience, skill level, and qualifications. In addition, attractive PBI/Not-for-profit Salary Packaging is also available.Conditional employment requirementsSatisfactory Police CheckCurrent Working with Children CheckCurrent Driver’s LicenceCOVID-19 vaccination*Proof of the right to work and live in Australia.* In accordance with the recent Directions from Chief Health Officer in accordance with emergency powers arising from declared state of emergency, COVID-19 Mandatory Vaccination (Workers) Directions (No 7), Public Health and Wellbeing Act 2008 (Vic), Foundation House must comply with employer obligations regarding mandatory COVID 19 vaccinations for authorised workers. If you are to be successful in gaining employment with Foundation House, you will be required to provide evidence of your COVID 19 vaccination for work at our sites after 26 November 2021.Foundation House is committed to promoting and protecting the interests and safety of children and actively plays a part in combating family violence; this is reflected in our organisational policies, protocols and staff development.Foundation House is an equal opportunity employer.APPLICATIONSApplicants must submit their resume and address the key selection criteria (KSC) contained in the Position Description.Please ensure you submit your KSC as part of your cover letter as you can only upload 2 documents.For any enquiries regarding the position please contact Samantha Laird on 0408 503 197.A position description is attached.
General Manager Corporate Services
Foundation House, Melbourne
The General Manager Corporate Services leads six functional areas to support the organisation to ensure the best people, resources, systems, processes, infrastructure, organisational structure, and culture are in place to achieve success. It is an executive role that takes the lead in risk management and is responsible for the development and delivery of specific objectives and priorities in the strategic plan. The role acts as the Child Safe Officer and provides high level support and advice for the organisations privacy obligations.Key responsibilities: Leading a team currently comprising of 29 staff with a total of 21.33 EFT, including senior staff in Finance, HR, IT, IM, Administration and operations to deliver a well-co-ordinated corporate services group that supports a sustainable and agile organisation.The development and delivery of high quality and efficient business systems and services, including the organisations risk management system that enable continuous quality improvement and support a sustainable and agile agency.Providing the Board of Management and its designated sub-committees (e.g., the Finance Audit and Risk Management Committee) and senior managers with accurate and timely financial and business information and advice to support effective strategic and operational decision-making and to enable compliance with all legal, accounting, and statutory regulations and standards and contractual obligations.The development and implementation of organisational and human resources systems and processes to attract, reward, retain and develop skilled and experienced staff.Collaborating with senior colleagues to create a high performing, innovative and ethical organisational culture which delivers positive outcomes for clients, their communities, and other key stakeholders.About youWe are seeking a strong, effective and collaborative leader with excellent relationship building skills and capable of leading others to deliver an acceptable division and team.Proven experience in strategic planning and effective executive decision making.Strong knowledge of business planning tools, systems, and processes.Background of a range of human resource theories and practices including understanding of industrial relations issues and compliance responsibilities.A proven track record of leading and managing change and delivering measurable results.A proven track record in working collegially with senior executive groups.A sound appreciation of the socio-political environment in which the VFST operates.The OfferThis role is a full time, permanent position, and a generous salary package and benefits will be offered to the successful candidate, commensurate with experience, skill level, and qualifications. In addition, attractive PBI/Not-for-profit Salary Packaging is also available.Conditional employment requirementsSatisfactory Police CheckCurrent Working with Children CheckCurrent Driver’s LicenceCOVID-19 vaccination*Proof of the right to work and live in Australia.* In accordance with the recent Directions from Chief Health Officer in accordance with emergency powers arising from declared state of emergency, COVID-19 Mandatory Vaccination (Workers) Directions (No 7), Public Health and Wellbeing Act 2008 (Vic), Foundation House must comply with employer obligations regarding mandatory COVID 19 vaccinations for authorised workers. If you are to be successful in gaining employment with Foundation House, you will be required to provide evidence of your COVID 19 vaccination for work at our sites after 26 November 2021.Foundation House is committed to promoting and protecting the interests and safety of children and actively plays a part in combating family violence; this is reflected in our organisational policies, protocols and staff development.Foundation House is an equal opportunity employer.
Forest and Fire Operations Officer - Designated Aboriginal Position (AWU2)
Department of Environment, Land, Water and Planning, North West Region, Bendigo
Location: North West Region | Bendigo Job type: Full time / 12 months Organisation: Department of Environment, Land, Water and Planning Salary: $55,396 - $58,353 Occupation: Land Management Reference: VG/50941765 Job posted: 22/11/2021 Closes: 06/12/2021 Occupation: Land Management Classification: AWU2 Job duration: 12 months Contact: Nick Whatley | 0428 692 175 Reference: VG/50941765 Occupation: Land Management Salary Range: $55,396 - $58,353 Work location: North West Region | Bendigo Change or grow your career as a Forest and Fire Operations Officer. Develop with on the job training, learning about the culture of the place you live.A challenging and rewarding opportunity for those that identify as Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander to join our operational teams in delivering forest management in Victoria's state forests and to undertake fire management and fighting activities in Victoria's national parks, state forests and protected public land. DELWP value the knowledge and contribution that Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders make on country. DELWP support our aboriginal employees to connect through regional networks, and contribute, learn and achieve as part of our workforce.Forest and Fire Operations Officers operate within workcentres and are responsible for implementing a wide range of operational tasks and fire prevention activities. The main purpose of these roles is to assist more experienced employees in a broad range of activities in order to learn and understand processes and priorities. Positions have a strong focus on emergency response and may involve being deployed across the state for periods up to 7-days, for both emergency response and planned burning activities. These activities require a high level of fitness, as the work environment is often steep and remote from vehicles.Specialist/Technical Expertise/QualificationsDemonstrated knowledge and understanding of Victorian Aboriginal cultures and societies and ability to communicate effectively with Aboriginal people is desirable.Experience working in bushfire response or forest operations is desirable.Understanding of application of safe work practices including awareness of regulations and codes of practice and safety documentation systems is desirable.Applicants must hold a current manual Drivers Licence (conditions A, I & V not acceptable for employment). This is a fixed term position available for 12 months. This position is located at Bendigo.To be considered for this position, you will need to:Download and complete the attached Application Form - Band 2 FFOO DAP in MS Word demonstrating that you meet the mandatory requirements and selection criteria.Complete the confirmation of identity verification form (Aboriginality form).Click apply now, complete the online application, attach your application form, your resume, your confirmation of identity verification form and submit your application.For further information please refer to the attached position description.Applications close at midnight on Monday, 6 December 2021.Other relevant information:Preferred candidates will be required to undertake pre-employment screening, including a Declaration and Consent form, a National Police Check and meet the medical and fitness requirements outlined in the position description.Successful applicants will be required to successfully complete the DELWP General Firefighter accreditation.This position has been approved for Australian Aboriginals and/or Torres Strait Islander People. This is a designated position under the ‘special measures' section 12 of the Equal Opportunity Act 2010. Only Australian Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander people are eligible to apply for this position. Applicants will be required to provide a completed Aboriginality form.We recognise the significant responsibility to enable self-determination, be accountable to Traditional Owners and provide opportunities to strengthen First Peoples' connection to Country. We are committed to creating a culturally safe environment, where individuals feel safe, valued, and able to celebrate their culture, and spiritual and belief systems.For general information about Aboriginal Employment at DELWP, please contact self.determination@delwp.vic.gov.au.
General Manager - Monash Health Imaging
Monash Health, Melbourne, Eastern Metropolitan
Location: Melbourne | Eastern Metropolitan Job type: Not provided Organisation: Monash Health Salary: Salary not specified Occupation: Health and Allied Health, Research, Medical Reference: 50740 Job posted: 22/11/2021 Closes: 06/12/2021 Occupation: Health and Allied Health, Research, Medical Classification: Job duration: Not provided Contact: Anjali Dhulia - 0401 903 842 Reference: 50740 Occupation: Health and Allied Health, Research, Medical Salary Range: Salary not specified Work location: Melbourne | Eastern Metropolitan An exciting opportunity is available to join the Monash Health Senior Leadership Team. Reporting to the Executive Director Medical Services / Chief Medical Officer the General Manager - Monash Health Imaging will partner with the Program Director and together be accountable for leading and managing the operations of the Imaging program.Acknowledging the vital role they play in providing healthcare to our community, Monash Health proudly supports the WHO 2021 International Year of Health and Care Workers.About our Imaging Services at Monash HealthMonash Health provides a world of healthcare across south eastern Melbourne, uniquely integrating primary, secondary and tertiary health services as well as world-renowned research and teaching facilities. We employee more than 18,000 staff who work across 40 care locations. In Monash Health your own growth and development is important and with us you can really be your best. For more information please visit www.monashhealth.org.Monash Health Imaging has a full range of modalities across all sites and provides over 340,000 imaging examinations per year across all sites.About The RoleThis position, along with the Program Director, will be accountable for leading and managing the operations of the Imaging program including but not limited delivery of safe and quality patient care; delivery of safe, productive and rewarding working environments for staff, facilitating the achievement of the Monash Health Strategic, Business and Quality objectives; provide leadership and direction to achieve operational and financial performance targets; to innovate, lead and deliver service improvements, including strategic projects relating to this portfolio; to be an ambassador representing Monash Health at significant events, promotions and fund-raising activities; and responsibility for the Allied Health Science Imaging Stream.The General Manager will be a key member of the Health Service Executive Committee and will represent relevant Service Managers/portfolio holders/Directors and Unit Heads at organisation-wide meetings to ensure that information and decisions are transferred from clinical units to the corporate organisation.About YouYou will have outstanding leadership, communication skills and innovative thinking to deliver patient focused care for Monash Imaging.In addition to key technical skills/knowledge/experience, you will have knowledge of, and demonstrated ability to manage multiple projects, shifting back and forth effectively to produce high quality results in a dynamic environment.What You Need:Current AHPRA RegistrationUniversity degree in a related imaging allied health discipline, and post graduate studies in a relevant field or further studies in business administration and/or health services managementDemonstrated experience and achievements in managing complex, multi-disciplinary environment/stakeholdersAustralian working rightsHow to ApplyMonash Health recognises the value of equal employment opportunity and is committed to patient safety and promoting fairness, equity and diversity in the workplace. At Monash Health we are relentless in our pursuit of excellence and work to our six guiding principles.Applications will only be accepted via the Monash Health online Mercury System only. Email applications will not be considered.Existing Monash Health Employees should apply using your Monash Health employee account. For any queries regarding employee accounts contact Recruitment Services by email – recruitment@monashhealth.org. Offers of employment can only be made once all required probity checks have been completed.  These include:reference checks;a clear Police Check conducted within the last three months; a current Victorian Employee Working with Children’s Check (or proof of payment for same);and proof of immunisation.A request to conduct probity checks does not guarantee that an offer of employment will be made.As part of our selection process, you may be invited by email to participate in an on-camera video interviewIn accordance with recent Victorian Public Health directions all employees working in the Public Health system need to be vaccinated against COVID-19 and be required to provide evidence of their vaccination status.All candidates will be required to provide evidence of full vaccination. You will need to provide a copy your immunisation history statement which can be accessed via My Gov.  The evidence will need to be uploaded as part of your application.Offers of employment will only be made to candidates that can provide evidence that they meet full vaccination status.
Assistant Site Manager
Caval Limited, Skipton, England, UK, BDAA
Job Description & How to Apply BelowThe CompanyA prestigious regional housing contractor delivering high specification and skilfully designed homes across Yorkshire. They are a highly awarded contractor with a number of industry awards and accreditations.Experience, Knowledge & Qualifications For this role you must possess the following; SMSTS or SSSTS CSCS Card The RoleAs an experienced Assistant Site Manager, you will be working on a 160 unit new build housing project in North Yorkshire. You will provide assistance to the Senior Site Manager on a high pressure environment and will organise work schedules, update site diaries and implement safety precautions. Duties Health & SafetyProgress ReportingUpdating Site DiariesInductions / Toolbox TalksOrdering materials, plant and labour for siteAssisting in the management of onsite labour including subcontractorsOccasionally providing cover for the Senior Site Manager when requiredAccompany the Senior Site Manager and NHBC inspectors during site inspections and take immediate actions when requiredThis is a freelance position with a competitive rate on offer for the successful candidate. For more information or to apply please contact James Shorte - Associate Director or Jenny Reid - Business Development Manager at CavalTap HERE to APPLY → Go to Job Application Site ←   Search for further Jobs Here:Search here through 5 Million+ jobs:CV Search (Enter less keywords for more results. Suggestions may be selected)Location - Select a country -AlbaniaAlgeriaAndorraAngolaArgentinaArmeniaAustraliaAustriaAzerbaijanBahrainBangladeshBelarusBelgiumBeninBosnia HerzegovinaBotswanaBrazilBruneiBulgariaCambodiaCameroonCanadaCanary IslandsCaribbeanChannel IslandsChileChinaColombiaCosta RicaCroatiaCyprusCzech RepublicDenmarkDominican RepublicEcuadorEgyptEstoniaEthiopiaFijiFinlandFranceFrench PolynesiaGambiaGeorgiaGermanyGhanaGibraltarGreeceGuatemalaHondurasHong KongHungaryIcelandIndiaIndonesiaIranIraqIrelandIsraelItalyJamaicaJapanJordanKazakhstanKenyaKuwaitKyrgyzstanLatviaLebanonLibyaLiechtensteinLithuaniaLuxembourgMacedoniaMalaysiaMaldivesMaltaMauritiusMexicoMicronesiaMongoliaMontenegroMoroccoMozambiqueMyanmarNamibiaNepalNetherlandsNew ZealandNicaraguaNigeriaNorwayOmanPakistanPanamaPeruPhilippinesPolandPortugalQatarRomaniaRussiaSaudi ArabiaSenegalSerbiaSingaporeSlovakiaSloveniaSouth AfricaSouth KoreaSpainSri LankaSudanSwedenSwitzerlandSyriaTaiwanTajikistanTanzaniaThailandTrinidad TobagoTunisiaTurkeyUAE/DubaiUKUSAUgandaUkraineUzbekistanVenezuelaVietnamYemenZambiaZimbabwe - Any State -EnglandNorthern IrelandScotlandWales- Any City -Employment Category- Select a category -AccountingAdministrative/ClericalAdvertisingAirport/AirlineArchitectureAutomotiveBankingBeauty/HairdressingBusinessChild Care/NannyingConstructionCreative Arts/MediaCustomer Service/Help DeskDentalDesign/Web/MultimediaDoctor/PhysicianESL/TEFLEducationEnergy/Power GenerationEngineeringEntertainment/GamingFinanceFreelanceGovernmentHR/RecruitmentHealthcareHospitality/CateringHotelIT/TechInsuranceLanguage/BilingualLaw/LegalMaintenance/CleaningManagementManufacturingMarketing/PRNon-ProfitNursingOil & Gas IndustryOnlineOutdoor/Nature/AnimalPharmaceuticalProductionQuality ControlReal Estate/PropertyResearch/DevelopmentRestaurant/Food ServiceRetailSalesScienceSecuritySkilled Labor/TradesSocial WorkSoftware DevelopmentSports/Fitness/WellnessSupply Chain/LogisticsTeachingTourism/TravelTransportationWarehouseFiltersEducation (minimum level)- Unspecified -High SchoolTech SchoolCollegeBachelorMastersDoctorateFiltersEducation Level Any High School Tech School College Bachelor Masters DoctorateExperience Level (years) Less than 1 Year 1 to 2 Years 3 to 4 Years 5 to 6 Years 7 to 8 Years 9 to 10 Years 10 to 15 Years More than 15 YearsPosted in last: Day Week Month Any  Only Jobs that accept applications from my present countryAdvanced Search ×