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Recruitment Associate Manager
Michael Page Human Resources, Victoria, VIC
About Our Client At PageGroup, our people are our most important asset. The ideal candidate will have prior experience in recruitment or sales, with knowledge of screening, interviewing, hiring practices and business development. If you have a passion for finding untapped talent, driving company growth, and helping individuals find promising careers, we want to hear from you We are committed to providing an environment of mutual respect where equal employment opportunities are available to all applicants and teammates without regard to race, colour, religion, pregnancy, national origin, age, physical and mental disability, marital status, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, military and veteran status, and any other characteristic protected by applicable law. At PageGroup, we don't just accept difference - we celebrate it. Job Description As a Recruitment Consultant at PageGroup you will be responsible for but not limited to; Work and form relationships with clients to know the ins and outs of their departments and better understand their hiring needs and job specifications Develop and release job postings on a platforms, such as social media and job boards Utilise knowledge of multiple recruiting sources and execute innovative recruiting strategies to find quality candidates and prospect for new business Screen resumes and prospects, qualify, interview, and manage candidates throughout interview process from interview preparation to assisting with final offer negotiation Maintain a database of candidate records, including active and passive prospects, hired and fired employees, and other candidate relationships Follow up on interview process status and update records in internal database Build mutually beneficial relationships with clients and candidates and work as part of a passionate team to maximise PageGroup's commercial performance. The Successful Applicant Candidates we believe are successful in the role have these skills and qualification; Experience in recruitment or sales Experience managing and leading a small team will be highly rewarded Exceptional communication, interpersonal, and decision-making skills Familiarity with job boards, and HR software, databases, and management systems A natural drive to succeed in your personal goals and celebrate the success of the team The ability to build relationships with different people and personalities The ability to handle adversity and rejection Experience developing recruitment strategies Experience managing and leading a small team Desire to grow professionally with networking and ongoing training opportunities What's on Offer PageGroup has created a competitive rewards and Benefits program to be proud of Flexible working arrangements Annual volunteering day and various giving back initiatives throughout the year Competitive commissions An inclusive environment where diversity is celebrated. Join one of our growing internal networks: WomenPage, ParentsPage, PridePage, AbilityPage and FirstPeoplesPage Monthly office and quarterly team events, midyear functions, Christmas party, annual awards nights, individual awards to dine in top restaurants, Red Balloon voucher incentives. Annual High Flyers trips to locations such as Dubai , Hong Kong, Bali and Hawaii Excellent open plan office environments to encourage a collaborative workforce
Commercial Manager
Michael Page International Pty Ltd, Victoria, VIC
About Our Client Our client is a market leading third-party Logistics provider with an incredible list of customers. The team is made of of collaborative and high performing individuals with a diverse background and skill set. You will be working in an environment that values learning and development and giving staff the best opportunities to gain new experience. Job Description Reporting to the Finance Director some of the key responsibilities of this role will include: Build and maintain 3 Way predictive model Scenario modelling and developing business cases for multiple initiatives Business partnering with various teams to formulate and appraise appropriate strategies for their respective areas to support delivery of the overall business strategy and long-term plans; Manage and run the annual budgeting process and monthly reforecast; Budgeting, forecasting and financial reporting for a number of large scale projects Drive process improvements as well as optimising controls and systems Feasibility analysis and reporting through to CFO and Directors. Develop CAPEX process including templates to standardise Payback and ROI assessments Develop new warehouse rollout processes and procedures including preferred suppliers list The Successful Applicant You will be a highly analytical finance professional who has the ability to display the following skills: Financial Modelling Skills - Ability to build complex models in Excel (3 Way model, Forecast, Budget) Ability to plan, identify future trends and consequences. Ability to build and produce decision making tools that aid in achieving strategic business objectives (i.e. CAPEX Payback tool) Ability to obtain and assess relevant information to make good decisions and develop valuable solutions that achieve outcomes Demonstrated ability to use logic, history and business tools to solve problems Ability to make decisions with incomplete or ambiguous information What's on Offer You will be working for a growing corporate that will offer a lucrative package and excellent career development opportunities.
Recruitment Manager
Michael Page Human Resources, Victoria, VIC
About Our Client At PageGroup, our people are our most important asset. The ideal candidate will have prior experience in recruitment or sales, with knowledge of screening, interviewing, hiring practices and business development. If you have a passion for finding untapped talent, driving company growth, and helping individuals find promising careers, we want to hear from you We are committed to providing an environment of mutual respect where equal employment opportunities are available to all applicants and teammates without regard to race, colour, religion, pregnancy, national origin, age, physical and mental disability, marital status, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, military and veteran status, and any other characteristic protected by applicable law. At PageGroup, we don't just accept difference - we celebrate it. Job Description As a Recruitment manager at PageGroup you will be responsible for things such as; Work and form relationships with clients to know the ins and outs of their departments and better understand their hiring needs and job specifications Develop and release job postings on a platforms, such as social media and job boards Utilise knowledge of multiple recruiting sources and execute innovative recruiting strategies to find quality candidates and prospect for new business Screen resumes and prospects, qualify, interview, and manage candidates throughout interview process from interview preparation to assisting with final offer negotiation Maintain a database of candidate records, including active and passive prospects, hired and fired employees, and other candidate relationships Follow up on interview process status and update records in internal database Build mutually beneficial relationships with clients and candidates and work as part of a passionate team to maximise PageGroup's commercial performance. The Successful Applicant Candidates we believe are successful in the role have these skills and qualifications; Experience specifically in positions both executive and senior Experience managing and leading a small team (2-5 members) Exceptional communication, interpersonal, and decision-making skills Familiarity with job boards, and HR software, databases, and management systems A natural drive to succeed in your personal goals and celebrate the success of the team The ability to build relationships with different people and personalities The ability to handle adversity and rejection Desire to grow professionally with networking and ongoing training opportunities What's on Offer PageGroup has created a competitive rewards and benefits program to be proud of Flexible working arrangements Annual volunteering day and various giving back initiatives throughout the year Competitive commission structure An inclusive environment where diversity is celebrated. Join one of our growing internal networks: WomenPage, ParentsPage, PridePage, AbilityPage and FirstPeoplesPage Monthly office and quarterly team events, midyear functions, Christmas party, annual awards nights, individual awards to dine in top restaurants, Red Balloon voucher incentives. Annual High Flyers trips to locations such as Dubai , Hong Kong, Bali and Hawaii Excellent open plan office environments to encourage a collaborative workforce
VIC Recruitment Associate Manager
Michael Page Human Resources, Victoria, VIC
About Our Client About Our Client Established in London in 1976, we've been bringing the world's best employers and brightest professionals together for over 40 years. As an organically grown business, we are passionate about career progression and offer our people unrivalled talent development programmes Page Executive, Michael Page and Page Personnel make up the recruitment powerhouse Page Group. Join our culture of success and expand your career horizons around the Page Group world. At Page Group, we don't just accept difference - we celebrate it. We are committed to providing an environment of mutual respect where equal employment opportunities are available to all applicants and teammates without regard to race, colour, religion, pregnancy, national origin, age, physical and mental disability, marital status, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, military and veteran status, and any other characteristic protected by applicable law Job Description Job Description As a Recruitment Consultant at Page Group you will be responsible for things such as; Work and form relationships with clients to know the ins and outs of their departments and better understand their hiring needs and job specifications Develop and release job postings on a platforms, such as social media and job boards Utilise knowledge of multiple recruiting sources and execute innovative recruiting strategies to find quality candidates and prospect for new business Screen resumes and prospects, qualify, interview, and manage candidates throughout the interview process from interviews preparations to assisting with final offer negotiation Maintain a database of candidate records, including active and passive prospects, hired and fired employees, and other candidate relationships Follow up on interview process status and update records in internal database Build mutually beneficial relationships with clients and candidates and work as part of a passionate team to maximise Page Group's commercial performance. The Successful Applicant The Successful Applicant Candidates we believe are successful in the role have these skills and qualifications; Experience in recruitment or sales is highly regarded Exceptional communication, interpersonal, and decision-making skills Familiarity with job boards, and HR software, databases, and management systems A natural drive to succeed in your personal goals and celebrate the success of the team The ability to build relationships with different people and personalities The ability to handle adversity and rejection What's on Offer What's on Offer Page Group has created a competitive rewards and benefits program to be proud of Flexible working arrangement Annual volunteering day and various giving back initiatives throughout the year Competitive commissions An inclusive environment where diversity is celebrated. Join one of our growing internal networks: WomenPage, ParentsPage, PridePage, AbilityPage and FirstPeoplesPage Monthly office and quarterly team events, midyear functions, Christmas party, annual awards nights, individual awards to dine in top restaurants, Red Balloon voucher incentives. Annual High Flyers trips to locations such as Dubai, Hong Kong, Bali and Hawaii Excellent open plan office environments to encourage a collaborative workforce.
Childcare Lead Educators | Melbourne
Journey Early Learning, Melbourne CBD, Melbourne, VIC
Childcare Lead Educators Benefits: Succession Planning - Is your dream to become a Centre Manager? We will get you there Lead Educator Network - Be supported, heard and connected through our regular Lead Educator meetings and network opportunities. Leadership Training - Be valued as a leader, be supported on your leadership journey. Financial Benefits - Gain access to generous childcare discounts, referral programmes and more Paid Annual Volunteer Day – Giving you something that gives back Paid Birthday Leave – Celebrate your special day on us About Journey Early Learning: At Journey Early Learning, we aim to create an environment that is safe, secure, and homely, where everyone feels welcome. Our future is one filled with endless possibilities and growth opportunities, and together, we have developed an educational approach that is inspiring, stimulating and encouraging. When it comes to early learning, our educators have a vital role to play. Journey educators are passionate, considerate, educated, inspirational and welcoming. Our educators understand that learning is a journey and enjoy developing deeper connections with children, families, and the wider community. We have multiple roles available for inspired and passionate Childcare Lead Educators to join our community. To learn more about our centres, go to www.journey.edu.au About Your New Role: As our new Lead Educator, it is your role to work as a team member and assist in providing a safe and stimulating environment which meets the social, cultural, emotional, educational and physical needs of the children and encourages parent participation and to generally assist in the functioning of the centre. You will be required to work within the team, planning, implementing, and evaluating programs, for all children. We are inspired by each of our Lead Educators and value their input, connectiveness and knowledge. Journey offer networking opportunities for our Lead Educators to stay connected, to transfer knowledge and to build strong relationships across our centres. Your main duties will include: Bringing the Journey Values of connection , communication and consideration to life and reflect this in everyday practice. Ability to adhere to Journey’s child safe policy and code of conduct Ensuring that daily routines are planned, reviewed, and adapted to meet children’s needs to ensure they create the opportunity for interaction and the extension of children’s learning. Providing high quality programmes for each child, based on their interests. Conduct regular observations on individuals and groups of children reflective of all areas of their development. Gathering information from written observations to support the design of a child-led program. Build trusting relationships with families through regular, honest and open communication regarding the care of their child. Role Requirements: Experience working in an environment guiding and supporting children up to six years old. Experience developing high quality programmes for children up to six years old. Demonstrated commitment to providing a safe, caring, non-judgemental and supportive environment for children and their families. A demonstrated ability to adhere to and understand the ECA code of Ethics and the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child Demonstrated understanding of appropriate behaviours while engaging with children Current Valid Working with Children Check Experience leading and guiding a team ACECQA Approved Diploma in Children’s Services or, working towards First Aid, Anaphylaxis and Asthma Certificates Every journey must begin somewhere, and yours begins right here. Apply today Journey Early Learning… where it all begins. Journey Early Learning promotes the safety, wellbeing, and inclusion of all children, including those with a disability, from a culturally or linguistically diverse background. We are committed to the safety, participation, and empowerment of all children.
Early Childhood - Journey Early Learning
Journey Early Learning, Melbourne CBD, Melbourne, VIC
Childcare Lead Educators Benefits: Succession Planning - Is your dream to become a Centre Manager? We will get you there Lead Educator Network - Be supported, heard and connected through our regular Lead Educator meetings and network opportunities. Leadership Training - Be valued as a leader, be supported on your leadership journey. Financial Benefits - Gain access to generous childcare discounts, referral programmes and more Paid Annual Volunteer Day – Giving you something that gives back Paid Birthday Leave – Celebrate your special day on us About Journey Early Learning: At Journey Early Learning, we aim to create an environment that is safe, secure, and homely, where everyone feels welcome. Our future is one filled with endless possibilities and growth opportunities, and together, we have developed an educational approach that is inspiring, stimulating and encouraging. When it comes to early learning, our educators have a vital role to play. Journey educators are passionate, considerate, educated, inspirational and welcoming. Our educators understand that learning is a journey and enjoy developing deeper connections with children, families, and the wider community. We have multiple roles available for inspired and passionate Childcare Lead Educators to join our community. To learn more about our centres, go to www.journey.edu.au About Your New Role: As our new Lead Educator, it is your role to work as a team member and assist in providing a safe and stimulating environment which meets the social, cultural, emotional, educational and physical needs of the children and encourages parent participation and to generally assist in the functioning of the centre. You will be required to work within the team, planning, implementing, and evaluating programs, for all children. We are inspired by each of our Lead Educators and value their input, connectiveness and knowledge. Journey offer networking opportunities for our Lead Educators to stay connected, to transfer knowledge and to build strong relationships across our centres. Your main duties will include: Bringing the Journey Values of connection , communication and consideration to life and reflect this in everyday practice. Ability to adhere to Journey’s child safe policy and code of conduct Ensuring that daily routines are planned, reviewed, and adapted to meet children’s needs to ensure they create the opportunity for interaction and the extension of children’s learning. Providing high quality programmes for each child, based on their interests. Conduct regular observations on individuals and groups of children reflective of all areas of their development. Gathering information from written observations to support the design of a child-led program. Build trusting relationships with families through regular, honest and open communication regarding the care of their child. Role Requirements: Experience working in an environment guiding and supporting children up to six years old. Experience developing high quality programmes for children up to six years old. Demonstrated commitment to providing a safe, caring, non-judgemental and supportive environment for children and their families. A demonstrated ability to adhere to and understand the ECA code of Ethics and the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child Demonstrated understanding of appropriate behaviours while engaging with children Current Valid Working with Children Check Experience leading and guiding a team ACECQA Approved Diploma in Children’s Services or, working towards First Aid, Anaphylaxis and Asthma Certificates Every journey must begin somewhere, and yours begins right here. Apply today Journey Early Learning… where it all begins. Journey Early Learning promotes the safety, wellbeing, and inclusion of all children, including those with a disability, from a culturally or linguistically diverse background. We are committed to the safety, participation, and empowerment of all children.
Childcare - Journey Early Learning
Journey Early Learning, Melbourne CBD, Melbourne, VIC
Childcare Lead Educators Benefits: Succession Planning - Is your dream to become a Centre Manager? We will get you there Lead Educator Network - Be supported, heard and connected through our regular Lead Educator meetings and network opportunities. Leadership Training - Be valued as a leader, be supported on your leadership journey. Financial Benefits - Gain access to generous childcare discounts, referral programmes and more Paid Annual Volunteer Day – Giving you something that gives back Paid Birthday Leave – Celebrate your special day on us About Journey Early Learning: At Journey Early Learning, we aim to create an environment that is safe, secure, and homely, where everyone feels welcome. Our future is one filled with endless possibilities and growth opportunities, and together, we have developed an educational approach that is inspiring, stimulating and encouraging. When it comes to early learning, our educators have a vital role to play. Journey educators are passionate, considerate, educated, inspirational and welcoming. Our educators understand that learning is a journey and enjoy developing deeper connections with children, families, and the wider community. We have multiple roles available for inspired and passionate Childcare Lead Educators to join our community. To learn more about our centres, go to www.journey.edu.au About Your New Role: As our new Lead Educator, it is your role to work as a team member and assist in providing a safe and stimulating environment which meets the social, cultural, emotional, educational and physical needs of the children and encourages parent participation and to generally assist in the functioning of the centre. You will be required to work within the team, planning, implementing, and evaluating programs, for all children. We are inspired by each of our Lead Educators and value their input, connectiveness and knowledge. Journey offer networking opportunities for our Lead Educators to stay connected, to transfer knowledge and to build strong relationships across our centres. Your main duties will include: Bringing the Journey Values of connection , communication and consideration to life and reflect this in everyday practice. Ability to adhere to Journey’s child safe policy and code of conduct Ensuring that daily routines are planned, reviewed, and adapted to meet children’s needs to ensure they create the opportunity for interaction and the extension of children’s learning. Providing high quality programmes for each child, based on their interests. Conduct regular observations on individuals and groups of children reflective of all areas of their development. Gathering information from written observations to support the design of a child-led program. Build trusting relationships with families through regular, honest and open communication regarding the care of their child. Role Requirements: Experience working in an environment guiding and supporting children up to six years old. Experience developing high quality programmes for children up to six years old. Demonstrated commitment to providing a safe, caring, non-judgemental and supportive environment for children and their families. A demonstrated ability to adhere to and understand the ECA code of Ethics and the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child Demonstrated understanding of appropriate behaviours while engaging with children Current Valid Working with Children Check Experience leading and guiding a team ACECQA Approved Diploma in Children’s Services or, working towards First Aid, Anaphylaxis and Asthma Certificates Every journey must begin somewhere, and yours begins right here. Apply today Journey Early Learning… where it all begins. Journey Early Learning promotes the safety, wellbeing, and inclusion of all children, including those with a disability, from a culturally or linguistically diverse background. We are committed to the safety, participation, and empowerment of all children.
Operator - Healthscope
Healthscope, Victoria, VIC
Exciting opportunities in Main Operating Theatre Dedicated Education Team and career progression pathways Current AHPRA Registration Come and join our dynamic team as we develop or extensive surgical services even further. Our state of the art equipment includes Spyfy technology to support our vascular surgical specialty, Mako robotic navigation system, da Vinci robotics with plans to expand our robotic service. Knox Private Hospital is seeking a Senior Registered Nurse with well-developed interpersonal and communication skills to manage our operating rooms. As the Operating Theatre Floor Coordinator your responsibilities will include: Oversee safe, quality care that meets current best practice standard Support and liaise with the Nurse Unit Manager of the Perioperative department and wards Ensure all theatres are staffed appropriately and cost efficient Understanding of legislative requirements, ACORN and sterilization standard Knowledge of accreditation processes and Quality / Risk management Located in Wantirna, Knox Private Hospital is a fully accredited tertiary facility with over 250 beds providing Emergency Services, Extensive Surgical Specialties, 20 bed ICU/CCU, Medical, and a full range of Cardiac Services including two 24-hour Cardiac Catheter Laboratories. Our theatre complex has recently grown to 15 theatres including a Day Procedure Centre, Hybrid Theatre and supports a range of acute specialties including General, Endoscopy, Colorectal, Bariatric & Liver surgery, advanced laparoscopic and robotic procedures, Cardiac, Neurosurgery, Orthopaedic, Plastic & Reconstructive surgery, Gynaecology, Urology, Vascular, ENT & Paediatric surgery. Essential Criteria: Current Registration with AHPRA Post Graduate Certificate in Perioperative Nursing (or working towards) Working with Children check Commitment to Quality Patient Care Compliance with ACQSHC National standards Sound clinical decision making and problem solving skills Experience in similar position (desired) Excellent Communication and Customer Services skills Highly organised and strong ability to prioritise tasks 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 . Applications close: 18th September 2021 For further enquiries: Louisa Crosby, Nurse Unit Manager Perioperative Services - Ph.: (03) 9210 7928 To Apply: Please click on the 'Apply" button below to be taken to our online application process. Please include a cover letter and your CV along with the contact details for 2 professional referees.
Nurse - Healthscope
Healthscope, Victoria, VIC
Exciting opportunities in Main Operating Theatre Dedicated Education Team and career progression pathways Current AHPRA Registration Come and join our dynamic team as we develop or extensive surgical services even further. Our state of the art equipment includes Spyfy technology to support our vascular surgical specialty, Mako robotic navigation system, da Vinci robotics with plans to expand our robotic service. Knox Private Hospital is seeking a Senior Registered Nurse with well-developed interpersonal and communication skills to manage our operating rooms. As the Operating Theatre Floor Coordinator your responsibilities will include: Oversee safe, quality care that meets current best practice standard Support and liaise with the Nurse Unit Manager of the Perioperative department and wards Ensure all theatres are staffed appropriately and cost efficient Understanding of legislative requirements, ACORN and sterilization standard Knowledge of accreditation processes and Quality / Risk management Located in Wantirna, Knox Private Hospital is a fully accredited tertiary facility with over 250 beds providing Emergency Services, Extensive Surgical Specialties, 20 bed ICU/CCU, Medical, and a full range of Cardiac Services including two 24-hour Cardiac Catheter Laboratories. Our theatre complex has recently grown to 15 theatres including a Day Procedure Centre, Hybrid Theatre and supports a range of acute specialties including General, Endoscopy, Colorectal, Bariatric & Liver surgery, advanced laparoscopic and robotic procedures, Cardiac, Neurosurgery, Orthopaedic, Plastic & Reconstructive surgery, Gynaecology, Urology, Vascular, ENT & Paediatric surgery. Essential Criteria: Current Registration with AHPRA Post Graduate Certificate in Perioperative Nursing (or working towards) Working with Children check Commitment to Quality Patient Care Compliance with ACQSHC National standards Sound clinical decision making and problem solving skills Experience in similar position (desired) Excellent Communication and Customer Services skills Highly organised and strong ability to prioritise tasks 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 . Applications close: 18th September 2021 For further enquiries: Louisa Crosby, Nurse Unit Manager Perioperative Services - Ph.: (03) 9210 7928 To Apply: Please click on the 'Apply" button below to be taken to our online application process. Please include a cover letter and your CV along with the contact details for 2 professional referees.
Nurse - Healthscope
Healthscope, Illawarra, New South Wales, VIC
Exciting opportunities in Main Operating Theatre Dedicated Education Team and career progression pathways Current AHPRA Registration Come and join our dynamic team as we develop or extensive surgical services even further. Our state of the art equipment includes Spyfy technology to support our vascular surgical specialty, Mako robotic navigation system, da Vinci robotics with plans to expand our robotic service. Knox Private Hospital is seeking a Senior Registered Nurse with well-developed interpersonal and communication skills to manage our operating rooms. As the Operating Theatre Floor Coordinator your responsibilities will include: Oversee safe, quality care that meets current best practice standard Support and liaise with the Nurse Unit Manager of the Perioperative department and wards Ensure all theatres are staffed appropriately and cost efficient Understanding of legislative requirements, ACORN and sterilization standard Knowledge of accreditation processes and Quality / Risk management Located in Wantirna, Knox Private Hospital is a fully accredited tertiary facility with over 250 beds providing Emergency Services, Extensive Surgical Specialties, 20 bed ICU/CCU, Medical, and a full range of Cardiac Services including two 24-hour Cardiac Catheter Laboratories. Our theatre complex has recently grown to 15 theatres including a Day Procedure Centre, Hybrid Theatre and supports a range of acute specialties including General, Endoscopy, Colorectal, Bariatric & Liver surgery, advanced laparoscopic and robotic procedures, Cardiac, Neurosurgery, Orthopaedic, Plastic & Reconstructive surgery, Gynaecology, Urology, Vascular, ENT & Paediatric surgery. Essential Criteria: Current Registration with AHPRA Post Graduate Certificate in Perioperative Nursing (or working towards) Working with Children check Commitment to Quality Patient Care Compliance with ACQSHC National standards Sound clinical decision making and problem solving skills Experience in similar position (desired) Excellent Communication and Customer Services skills Highly organised and strong ability to prioritise tasks 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 . Applications close: 18th September 2021 For further enquiries: Louisa Crosby, Nurse Unit Manager Perioperative Services - Ph.: (03) 9210 7928 To Apply: Please click on the 'Apply" button below to be taken to our online application process. Please include a cover letter and your CV along with the contact details for 2 professional referees.
Nurse - Healthscope
Healthscope, Newcastle Region, New South Wales, VIC
Exciting opportunities in Main Operating Theatre Dedicated Education Team and career progression pathways Current AHPRA Registration Come and join our dynamic team as we develop or extensive surgical services even further. Our state of the art equipment includes Spyfy technology to support our vascular surgical specialty, Mako robotic navigation system, da Vinci robotics with plans to expand our robotic service. Knox Private Hospital is seeking a Senior Registered Nurse with well-developed interpersonal and communication skills to manage our operating rooms. As the Operating Theatre Floor Coordinator your responsibilities will include: Oversee safe, quality care that meets current best practice standard Support and liaise with the Nurse Unit Manager of the Perioperative department and wards Ensure all theatres are staffed appropriately and cost efficient Understanding of legislative requirements, ACORN and sterilization standard Knowledge of accreditation processes and Quality / Risk management Located in Wantirna, Knox Private Hospital is a fully accredited tertiary facility with over 250 beds providing Emergency Services, Extensive Surgical Specialties, 20 bed ICU/CCU, Medical, and a full range of Cardiac Services including two 24-hour Cardiac Catheter Laboratories. Our theatre complex has recently grown to 15 theatres including a Day Procedure Centre, Hybrid Theatre and supports a range of acute specialties including General, Endoscopy, Colorectal, Bariatric & Liver surgery, advanced laparoscopic and robotic procedures, Cardiac, Neurosurgery, Orthopaedic, Plastic & Reconstructive surgery, Gynaecology, Urology, Vascular, ENT & Paediatric surgery. Essential Criteria: Current Registration with AHPRA Post Graduate Certificate in Perioperative Nursing (or working towards) Working with Children check Commitment to Quality Patient Care Compliance with ACQSHC National standards Sound clinical decision making and problem solving skills Experience in similar position (desired) Excellent Communication and Customer Services skills Highly organised and strong ability to prioritise tasks 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 . Applications close: 18th September 2021 For further enquiries: Louisa Crosby, Nurse Unit Manager Perioperative Services - Ph.: (03) 9210 7928 To Apply: Please click on the 'Apply" button below to be taken to our online application process. Please include a cover letter and your CV along with the contact details for 2 professional referees.
Operating Theatre Floor Coordinator
Healthscope, Victoria, VIC
Exciting opportunities in Main Operating Theatre Dedicated Education Team and career progression pathways Current AHPRA Registration Come and join our dynamic team as we develop or extensive surgical services even further. Our state of the art equipment includes Spyfy technology to support our vascular surgical specialty, Mako robotic navigation system, da Vinci robotics with plans to expand our robotic service. Knox Private Hospital is seeking a Senior Registered Nurse with well-developed interpersonal and communication skills to manage our operating rooms. As the Operating Theatre Floor Coordinator your responsibilities will include: Oversee safe, quality care that meets current best practice standard Support and liaise with the Nurse Unit Manager of the Perioperative department and wards Ensure all theatres are staffed appropriately and cost efficient Understanding of legislative requirements, ACORN and sterilization standard Knowledge of accreditation processes and Quality / Risk management Located in Wantirna, Knox Private Hospital is a fully accredited tertiary facility with over 250 beds providing Emergency Services, Extensive Surgical Specialties, 20 bed ICU/CCU, Medical, and a full range of Cardiac Services including two 24-hour Cardiac Catheter Laboratories. Our theatre complex has recently grown to 15 theatres including a Day Procedure Centre, Hybrid Theatre and supports a range of acute specialties including General, Endoscopy, Colorectal, Bariatric & Liver surgery, advanced laparoscopic and robotic procedures, Cardiac, Neurosurgery, Orthopaedic, Plastic & Reconstructive surgery, Gynaecology, Urology, Vascular, ENT & Paediatric surgery. Essential Criteria: Current Registration with AHPRA Post Graduate Certificate in Perioperative Nursing (or working towards) Working with Children check Commitment to Quality Patient Care Compliance with ACQSHC National standards Sound clinical decision making and problem solving skills Experience in similar position (desired) Excellent Communication and Customer Services skills Highly organised and strong ability to prioritise tasks 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 . Applications close: 18th September 2021 For further enquiries: Louisa Crosby, Nurse Unit Manager Perioperative Services - Ph.: (03) 9210 7928 To Apply: Please click on the 'Apply" button below to be taken to our online application process. Please include a cover letter and your CV along with the contact details for 2 professional referees.
Operating Theatre Floor Coordinator
Healthscope, Bathurst-Orange Region, New South Wales, VIC
Exciting opportunities in Main Operating Theatre Dedicated Education Team and career progression pathways Current AHPRA Registration Come and join our dynamic team as we develop or extensive surgical services even further. Our state of the art equipment includes Spyfy technology to support our vascular surgical specialty, Mako robotic navigation system, da Vinci robotics with plans to expand our robotic service. Knox Private Hospital is seeking a Senior Registered Nurse with well-developed interpersonal and communication skills to manage our operating rooms. As the Operating Theatre Floor Coordinator your responsibilities will include: Oversee safe, quality care that meets current best practice standard Support and liaise with the Nurse Unit Manager of the Perioperative department and wards Ensure all theatres are staffed appropriately and cost efficient Understanding of legislative requirements, ACORN and sterilization standard Knowledge of accreditation processes and Quality / Risk management Located in Wantirna, Knox Private Hospital is a fully accredited tertiary facility with over 250 beds providing Emergency Services, Extensive Surgical Specialties, 20 bed ICU/CCU, Medical, and a full range of Cardiac Services including two 24-hour Cardiac Catheter Laboratories. Our theatre complex has recently grown to 15 theatres including a Day Procedure Centre, Hybrid Theatre and supports a range of acute specialties including General, Endoscopy, Colorectal, Bariatric & Liver surgery, advanced laparoscopic and robotic procedures, Cardiac, Neurosurgery, Orthopaedic, Plastic & Reconstructive surgery, Gynaecology, Urology, Vascular, ENT & Paediatric surgery. Essential Criteria: Current Registration with AHPRA Post Graduate Certificate in Perioperative Nursing (or working towards) Working with Children check Commitment to Quality Patient Care Compliance with ACQSHC National standards Sound clinical decision making and problem solving skills Experience in similar position (desired) Excellent Communication and Customer Services skills Highly organised and strong ability to prioritise tasks 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 . Applications close: 18th September 2021 For further enquiries: Louisa Crosby, Nurse Unit Manager Perioperative Services - Ph.: (03) 9210 7928 To Apply: Please click on the 'Apply" button below to be taken to our online application process. Please include a cover letter and your CV along with the contact details for 2 professional referees.
Operating Theatre Floor Coordinator
Healthscope, Newcastle Region, New South Wales, VIC
Exciting opportunities in Main Operating Theatre Dedicated Education Team and career progression pathways Current AHPRA Registration Come and join our dynamic team as we develop or extensive surgical services even further. Our state of the art equipment includes Spyfy technology to support our vascular surgical specialty, Mako robotic navigation system, da Vinci robotics with plans to expand our robotic service. Knox Private Hospital is seeking a Senior Registered Nurse with well-developed interpersonal and communication skills to manage our operating rooms. As the Operating Theatre Floor Coordinator your responsibilities will include: Oversee safe, quality care that meets current best practice standard Support and liaise with the Nurse Unit Manager of the Perioperative department and wards Ensure all theatres are staffed appropriately and cost efficient Understanding of legislative requirements, ACORN and sterilization standard Knowledge of accreditation processes and Quality / Risk management Located in Wantirna, Knox Private Hospital is a fully accredited tertiary facility with over 250 beds providing Emergency Services, Extensive Surgical Specialties, 20 bed ICU/CCU, Medical, and a full range of Cardiac Services including two 24-hour Cardiac Catheter Laboratories. Our theatre complex has recently grown to 15 theatres including a Day Procedure Centre, Hybrid Theatre and supports a range of acute specialties including General, Endoscopy, Colorectal, Bariatric & Liver surgery, advanced laparoscopic and robotic procedures, Cardiac, Neurosurgery, Orthopaedic, Plastic & Reconstructive surgery, Gynaecology, Urology, Vascular, ENT & Paediatric surgery. Essential Criteria: Current Registration with AHPRA Post Graduate Certificate in Perioperative Nursing (or working towards) Working with Children check Commitment to Quality Patient Care Compliance with ACQSHC National standards Sound clinical decision making and problem solving skills Experience in similar position (desired) Excellent Communication and Customer Services skills Highly organised and strong ability to prioritise tasks 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 . Applications close: 18th September 2021 For further enquiries: Louisa Crosby, Nurse Unit Manager Perioperative Services - Ph.: (03) 9210 7928 To Apply: Please click on the 'Apply" button below to be taken to our online application process. Please include a cover letter and your CV along with the contact details for 2 professional referees.
Operator - Healthscope
Healthscope, Bathurst-Orange Region, New South Wales, VIC
Exciting opportunities in Main Operating Theatre Dedicated Education Team and career progression pathways Current AHPRA Registration Come and join our dynamic team as we develop or extensive surgical services even further. Our state of the art equipment includes Spyfy technology to support our vascular surgical specialty, Mako robotic navigation system, da Vinci robotics with plans to expand our robotic service. Knox Private Hospital is seeking a Senior Registered Nurse with well-developed interpersonal and communication skills to manage our operating rooms. As the Operating Theatre Floor Coordinator your responsibilities will include: Oversee safe, quality care that meets current best practice standard Support and liaise with the Nurse Unit Manager of the Perioperative department and wards Ensure all theatres are staffed appropriately and cost efficient Understanding of legislative requirements, ACORN and sterilization standard Knowledge of accreditation processes and Quality / Risk management Located in Wantirna, Knox Private Hospital is a fully accredited tertiary facility with over 250 beds providing Emergency Services, Extensive Surgical Specialties, 20 bed ICU/CCU, Medical, and a full range of Cardiac Services including two 24-hour Cardiac Catheter Laboratories. Our theatre complex has recently grown to 15 theatres including a Day Procedure Centre, Hybrid Theatre and supports a range of acute specialties including General, Endoscopy, Colorectal, Bariatric & Liver surgery, advanced laparoscopic and robotic procedures, Cardiac, Neurosurgery, Orthopaedic, Plastic & Reconstructive surgery, Gynaecology, Urology, Vascular, ENT & Paediatric surgery. Essential Criteria: Current Registration with AHPRA Post Graduate Certificate in Perioperative Nursing (or working towards) Working with Children check Commitment to Quality Patient Care Compliance with ACQSHC National standards Sound clinical decision making and problem solving skills Experience in similar position (desired) Excellent Communication and Customer Services skills Highly organised and strong ability to prioritise tasks 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 . Applications close: 18th September 2021 For further enquiries: Louisa Crosby, Nurse Unit Manager Perioperative Services - Ph.: (03) 9210 7928 To Apply: Please click on the 'Apply" button below to be taken to our online application process. Please include a cover letter and your CV along with the contact details for 2 professional referees.
Nurse - Healthscope
Healthscope, Bathurst-Orange Region, New South Wales, VIC
Exciting opportunities in Main Operating Theatre Dedicated Education Team and career progression pathways Current AHPRA Registration Come and join our dynamic team as we develop or extensive surgical services even further. Our state of the art equipment includes Spyfy technology to support our vascular surgical specialty, Mako robotic navigation system, da Vinci robotics with plans to expand our robotic service. Knox Private Hospital is seeking a Senior Registered Nurse with well-developed interpersonal and communication skills to manage our operating rooms. As the Operating Theatre Floor Coordinator your responsibilities will include: Oversee safe, quality care that meets current best practice standard Support and liaise with the Nurse Unit Manager of the Perioperative department and wards Ensure all theatres are staffed appropriately and cost efficient Understanding of legislative requirements, ACORN and sterilization standard Knowledge of accreditation processes and Quality / Risk management Located in Wantirna, Knox Private Hospital is a fully accredited tertiary facility with over 250 beds providing Emergency Services, Extensive Surgical Specialties, 20 bed ICU/CCU, Medical, and a full range of Cardiac Services including two 24-hour Cardiac Catheter Laboratories. Our theatre complex has recently grown to 15 theatres including a Day Procedure Centre, Hybrid Theatre and supports a range of acute specialties including General, Endoscopy, Colorectal, Bariatric & Liver surgery, advanced laparoscopic and robotic procedures, Cardiac, Neurosurgery, Orthopaedic, Plastic & Reconstructive surgery, Gynaecology, Urology, Vascular, ENT & Paediatric surgery. Essential Criteria: Current Registration with AHPRA Post Graduate Certificate in Perioperative Nursing (or working towards) Working with Children check Commitment to Quality Patient Care Compliance with ACQSHC National standards Sound clinical decision making and problem solving skills Experience in similar position (desired) Excellent Communication and Customer Services skills Highly organised and strong ability to prioritise tasks 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 . Applications close: 18th September 2021 For further enquiries: Louisa Crosby, Nurse Unit Manager Perioperative Services - Ph.: (03) 9210 7928 To Apply: Please click on the 'Apply" button below to be taken to our online application process. Please include a cover letter and your CV along with the contact details for 2 professional referees.
Operating Theatre Floor Coordinator
Healthscope, Perth Region, Western VIC
Exciting opportunities in Main Operating Theatre Dedicated Education Team and career progression pathways Current AHPRA Registration Come and join our dynamic team as we develop or extensive surgical services even further. Our state of the art equipment includes Spyfy technology to support our vascular surgical specialty, Mako robotic navigation system, da Vinci robotics with plans to expand our robotic service. Knox Private Hospital is seeking a Senior Registered Nurse with well-developed interpersonal and communication skills to manage our operating rooms. As the Operating Theatre Floor Coordinator your responsibilities will include: Oversee safe, quality care that meets current best practice standard Support and liaise with the Nurse Unit Manager of the Perioperative department and wards Ensure all theatres are staffed appropriately and cost efficient Understanding of legislative requirements, ACORN and sterilization standard Knowledge of accreditation processes and Quality / Risk management Located in Wantirna, Knox Private Hospital is a fully accredited tertiary facility with over 250 beds providing Emergency Services, Extensive Surgical Specialties, 20 bed ICU/CCU, Medical, and a full range of Cardiac Services including two 24-hour Cardiac Catheter Laboratories. Our theatre complex has recently grown to 15 theatres including a Day Procedure Centre, Hybrid Theatre and supports a range of acute specialties including General, Endoscopy, Colorectal, Bariatric & Liver surgery, advanced laparoscopic and robotic procedures, Cardiac, Neurosurgery, Orthopaedic, Plastic & Reconstructive surgery, Gynaecology, Urology, Vascular, ENT & Paediatric surgery. Essential Criteria: Current Registration with AHPRA Post Graduate Certificate in Perioperative Nursing (or working towards) Working with Children check Commitment to Quality Patient Care Compliance with ACQSHC National standards Sound clinical decision making and problem solving skills Experience in similar position (desired) Excellent Communication and Customer Services skills Highly organised and strong ability to prioritise tasks 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 . Applications close: 18th September 2021 For further enquiries: Louisa Crosby, Nurse Unit Manager Perioperative Services - Ph.: (03) 9210 7928 To Apply: Please click on the 'Apply" button below to be taken to our online application process. Please include a cover letter and your CV along with the contact details for 2 professional referees.
Corporate Account Manager
Citrix Systems Incorporated, South Yarra, Stonnington Area, Melbourne, VIC
Corporate Account Manager, Victoria We believe work is not a place, but rather a thing you do. Our technology revolves around this core philosophy. We are relentlessly committed to helping people work and play from anywhere, on any device. Innovation, creativity and a passion for ever-improving performance drive our company and our people forward. We empower the original mobile device: YOU Location: Melbourne Requisition: R27690 Corporate Account Manager, Victoria (Open) Job Posting Title: Corporate Account Manager, Victoria What we're looking for: You are passionate about creating partnership-based relationships with customers to meet their IT solution needs. You will be developing 15-20 corporate accounts in Victoria. Job Summary You will be owning the Corporate sales territory in Victoria incorporating significant local and global organisations. You will be collaborating with these prospects, customers, partners and Citrix staff to building account plans and pipeline revenue potential over a multi-year horizon. Job Description Driving penetration of entire Citrix portfolio in territory, including a channel-led sales motion with the mindset of a territory general manager. Leveraging your channel partners and Product Sales Specialists (where present) to generate leads and close deals. Identifying, qualifying and crafting high value opportunities. Developing annual territory business plan, revising quarterly, including sales coverage plan Coordinating internal resources as well as channel partners to drive deals including shepherding deals from pricing negotiations to contract development through to order fulfillment. Collaborating closely with channel partners and/or inside sales developing and closing the deal. Generating and management of pipeline, as well as managing forecast. Orchestrating relationships within Citrix as well as sales and account teams at with partners. Basic Qualifications Minimum 12 years of validated sales experience in the software and/or or services industry Experience in subscription licensing business models. Evidence of collaboration with Partner community Experience working with Commercial and Government customers. Experience developing accounts over a multi year window Preferred Qualifications Typically requires a University Degree or equivalent experience LI - AH2 What youre looking for: Our technology is built on the idea that everyone should be able to work from anywhere, at any time, and on any device. Its a simple philosophy that guides everything we do including how we work. If youre in sales, well help you make your numbers and a difference with a brand you can believe in. We want employees to do what they do best, every day. Be bold. Take risks. Imagine a better way to work. If we just described you, then we really need to talk. Functional Area: Enterprise Relationship Manager About us: Citrix is a cloud company that enables mobile workstyles. We create a continuum between work and life by allowing people to work whenever, wherever, and however they choose. Flexibility and collaboration is what were all about. The Perks: We offer competitive compensation and a comprehensive benefits package. Youll enjoy our workstyle within an incredible culture. Well give you all the tools you need to succeed so you can grow and develop with us. Citrix Systems, Inc. is firmly committed to Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) and to compliance with all federal, state and local laws that prohibit employment discrimination on the basis of age, race, color, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity, ethnicity, national origin, citizenship, religion, genetic carrier status, disability, pregnancy, childbirth or related medical conditions, marital status, protected veteran status and other protected classifications. Citrix uses applicant information consistent with the Citrix Recruitment Policy Notice at https://www.citrix.com/about/legal/privacy/citrix-recruitment-privacy-notice.html Citrix welcomes and encourages applications from people with disabilities. Reasonable accommodations are available on request for candidates taking part in all aspects of the selection process. If you are an individual with a disability and require a reasonable accommodation to complete any part of the job application process, please contact us at (877) 924-8749 or email us at ASKHRcitrix.com for assistance. If this is an evergreen requisition, by applying you are giving Citrix consent to be considered for future openings of other roles of similar qualifications.
Operator - Healthscope
Healthscope, Adelaide Region, South VIC
Exciting opportunities in Main Operating Theatre Dedicated Education Team and career progression pathways Current AHPRA Registration Come and join our dynamic team as we develop or extensive surgical services even further. Our state of the art equipment includes Spyfy technology to support our vascular surgical specialty, Mako robotic navigation system, da Vinci robotics with plans to expand our robotic service. Knox Private Hospital is seeking a Senior Registered Nurse with well-developed interpersonal and communication skills to manage our operating rooms. As the Operating Theatre Floor Coordinator your responsibilities will include: Oversee safe, quality care that meets current best practice standard Support and liaise with the Nurse Unit Manager of the Perioperative department and wards Ensure all theatres are staffed appropriately and cost efficient Understanding of legislative requirements, ACORN and sterilization standard Knowledge of accreditation processes and Quality / Risk management Located in Wantirna, Knox Private Hospital is a fully accredited tertiary facility with over 250 beds providing Emergency Services, Extensive Surgical Specialties, 20 bed ICU/CCU, Medical, and a full range of Cardiac Services including two 24-hour Cardiac Catheter Laboratories. Our theatre complex has recently grown to 15 theatres including a Day Procedure Centre, Hybrid Theatre and supports a range of acute specialties including General, Endoscopy, Colorectal, Bariatric & Liver surgery, advanced laparoscopic and robotic procedures, Cardiac, Neurosurgery, Orthopaedic, Plastic & Reconstructive surgery, Gynaecology, Urology, Vascular, ENT & Paediatric surgery. Essential Criteria: Current Registration with AHPRA Post Graduate Certificate in Perioperative Nursing (or working towards) Working with Children check Commitment to Quality Patient Care Compliance with ACQSHC National standards Sound clinical decision making and problem solving skills Experience in similar position (desired) Excellent Communication and Customer Services skills Highly organised and strong ability to prioritise tasks 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 . Applications close: 18th September 2021 For further enquiries: Louisa Crosby, Nurse Unit Manager Perioperative Services - Ph.: (03) 9210 7928 To Apply: Please click on the 'Apply" button below to be taken to our online application process. Please include a cover letter and your CV along with the contact details for 2 professional referees.
Process Engineer – Animal Health
Merck Gruppe MSD Sharp & Dohme, Bendigo, Bendigo Region
This site is for Residents of Europe, Middle East, Africa, Latin America & Asia Pacific. Residents of the United States, Canada & Puerto Rico, please click here . Job Description Process Engineer – Animal Health THE OPPORTUNITY Exciting opportunity to join the Engineering team in Bendigo Work with a high performing, agile and passionate team Be part of a business awarded Employer of Choice 2019 , Best Workplace Flexibility Program 2019 and finalist in Employer of Choice 2020 Temporary (Fixed term) role based in East Bendigo – Harpin We have a great opportunity for a Process Engineer to join our team in Bendigo. The position will be ideally suited to someone who are open for temporary (fixed term) role. This position will report to the Engineering Manager. WHAT YOU WILL DO Lead New Off-The-Shelf GMP Equipment Introduction; URS and Scope Development, Procurement through to Commissioning, Qualification, Handover and Validation activities, Maintenance, Spare Parts and Continuous Process Verification Programs Issue Formal Commissioning and Qualification Plans, Protocols and Reports and support different Equipment and Systems owners by providing technical knowledge Planning and execution of the qualification of equipment and systems as well as validation of processes together with the equipment/process owner, Maintenance and Quality Teams, supporting contractors and vendors Participate and moderate Risk Analysis of equipment, systems and processes Issue and updating of standard operating procedures for qualification and validation based on internal and external guidelines and standards Planning and execution of Computerized Systems Validation (CSV) in cooperation with IT and Process Automation Management of external contractors for Commissioning and Qualification as well as validation activities Maintain current knowledge of GMP, Engineering and Company standards and effectively apply these standards day-to-day Responsible for being compliant with the Company safety guidelines and must be capable of recognizing unsafe situations and acting to be safe during job Tracking qualification/re-qualification activities and must be able to communicate adequately (verbally/writing) to all levels within the organization Continuous Improvements of Validation programs based on internal and external standards and codes. Execution, Oversight and Continuous Improvement of Site Validation Master Plan including the following sub-Validation Master Plans: Equipment Qualification and Process Validation WHAT YOU MUST HAVE Skills, Knowledge, Experience, Qualifications Required for the Role Make Rapid, Disciplined Decisions - Make timely decisions at the right level with the right data and support them once made. Foster Collaboration - Actively listen and seek to understand differing perspectives; work together to achieve the common goals of the organisation. Focus on Customers & Patients - Focus the entire organization on delivering value for customers, including patients, by understanding and meeting their needs. Drive Results - Set clear performance standards; overcome obstacles; hold ourselves and others accountable for achieving results. Skills, Knowledge, Experience & Qualifications required: Technical Good Manufacturing Practice Pharmaceutical Validation, Equipment Qualification Vaccine Manufacture Technical Document Preparation Process Risk Assessment Project Management Essential Education Engineering (Chemical, Mechanical, Pharmaceutical, Process) Science: Microbiology, Chemistry Or Equivalent Industry Experience Experience (preferred from) 3-5 years: Bio-Pharmaceutical or Pharmaceutical Manufacturing, or Validation Biosafety and Containment Facility Experience GMP Quality Change Management, CAPA, Event Handling Risk-based Automotive or Food Safety Quality Systems Continuous Improvements, Lean Manufacturing GMP Technical Protocol and Report Preparation Project Management Our Animal Health division is a trusted global leader in veterinary medicine, dedicated to the health and well-being of animals. We are a global team of professionals working together to make a positive difference in animal care and the world’s food supply and have a deep sense of responsibility towards our customers, consumers, animals, society and our planet. We offer one of our industry’s most innovative portfolio of products, services and technologies that serve to prevent, treat, and control diseases across all major farm and companion animal species. Who we are… We are known as Merck & Co., Inc., Kenilworth, New Jersey, USA in the United States and Canada and MSD everywhere else. For more than a century, we have been inventing for life, bringing forward medicines and vaccines for many of the world's most challenging diseases. Today, our company continues to be at the forefront of research to deliver innovative health solutions and advance the prevention and treatment of diseases that threaten people and animals around the world. What we look for… Imagine getting up in the morning for a job as important as helping to save and improve lives around the world. Here, you have that opportunity. You can put your empathy, creativity, digital mastery, or scientific genius to work in collaboration with a diverse group of colleagues who pursue and bring hope to countless people who are battling some of the most challenging diseases of our time. Our team is constantly evolving, so if you are among the intellectually curious, join us — and start making your impact today. We are proud to be a company that embraces the value of bringing diverse, talented, and committed people together. The fastest way to breakthrough innovation is when diverse ideas come together in an inclusive environment. We encourage our colleagues to respectfully challenge one another’s thinking and approach problems collectively for the common good. We are an equal opportunity employer, committed to fostering an inclusive and diverse workplace. 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Get tailored job recommendations based on your interests. This careers website is intended for Residents of Europe, Middle East, Africa, Latin America & Asia Pacific. Residents in the United States, Canada & Puerto Rico, please visit this Careers website . Information on this site is for the purpose of presenting career opportunities at our organisation and give our audience a view of our culture, diversity and growth opportunities. Our Company is an equal opportunity employer, proudly embracing diversity in all of its manifestations. Reporting on our commitment to society, people and communities around the world An initiative to create a world where no woman has to die giving life The global animal health business unit of MSD