At Estia Health, we’re proud that each of our aged care homes uniquely represent the residents who choose us, the community that surrounds us and the people we work with. Join Estia Health and support our residents with continuing to live the life they love. We will support, nurture and develop your career in the growing aged care industry.
About the role
Estia Health Leopold are looking for experienced Personal Care Assistants to join our team on a Part Time basis. The successful applicants will work across a range of night shifts. Make a difference in the lives of our residents on a daily basis, ensuring wellbeing and comfort.
At Estia Health, our team takes great pride in providing our residents with a great experience whilst in our care. As a Personal Care Assistant at Estia Health, you will be responsible for delivering the best possible care and support in all areas of daily living to ensure our residents’ wellbeing and comfort. About you You’ll bring to the role your passionate and caring nature and you will have:
Certificate III or IV in Aged Care/Individual Support
Experience in Aged Care (highly regarded)
Compassion for the elderly and a can do attitude
Excellent clinical documentation skills
Excellent communication skills
The ability to build positive relationships with your team and residents
The right to work in Australia
What we will do for you
At Estia Health, we love to see our team members grow with us. We encourage you to develop your skill and capability and have a range of structured clinical and professional development programs to help you grow your career.
If you would like to know more, please call us on (03) 5250 2156 or by emailing us at email@example.com. If this sounds like the role for you, click on
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A Western VIC hospital requires a Registrar/PHO in Intensive Care Medicine from 31/07/2019 to 17/08/2019.
Weds 31 July Night shift Sat 3 Aug Night shift Sun 4 Aug Night shift Sat 10 Aug Day shift Sun 11 Aug Day shift Tues 13 Aug Night shift Fri 16 Aug Night shift Sat 17 Aug night shift
For further information about this job, please contact Neil Morton on 1300 900 100.
About Skilled Medical
Skilled Medical is an international medical recruitment, placement and services firm that delivers qualified medical professionals wherever they are needed in Australia, New Zealand, the United Kingdom and Ireland.
With local offices in Melbourne and London, we provide a personalised service to assist medical professionals with locum/temp and permanent placements.
Skilled Medical is a doctor-led company with years of industry experience and is dedicated to assisting medical professionals in their work and careers.
To apply for this job, please complete the Skilled Medical Registration form below or the contact form if you have already registered with us. Candidates must be registered with AHPRA and have the Right to Work in Australia. You can also contact a Skilled Medical Recruitment Consultant to discuss this role on 1300 900 100 .
Work Type: Casual Classification: Other Jobs Area:VIC-Other Geelong Listed By:Private Advertiser
Our Client is about 1 hour south of Melbourne on the beautiful Mornington Peninsula. Registered Mental Health Nurses are required for a large public healthcare provider providing health services to a population of over 300,000 with 800 beds. The Acute Adult Ward has 29 beds and is committed to the principles of Recovery-Orientated Practice. Essential requirements: • Current AHPRA registration. • Completion of a graduate year program. • Post Graduate Qualification in Mental Health Nursing (or working towards). The hospital will offer a wide range of staff benefits such as salary packaging, with Full-Time and Part-time work hours and flexible rostering. OND123 Apply Here
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At anzuk, we place exceptional people in educational settings. We invest in teachers looking for temporary or permanent work, provide search and selection for executive level managers, recruit support staff and supply permanent and casual educators and support staff for early childhood.
This is an opportunity for a keen, customer focused, administration professional looking to develop their skill set with the potential pathway to grow into a recruitment consultant role. As a crucial part of the Schools Team, you will responsible to deliver to the following:
Sourcing, attracting and interviewing educators suitable for client vacancies on a temp, contract and ongoing basis
Support the management of a reliable and skilled educator pool
Effectively match educators to the needs of all clients to support the team to manage temp placement bookings
Work closely with consultants to short-list suitable educators for permanent placements based on vacancy criteria
Partner with educators and schools to ensure all needs are always understood and met
Skills + Experience
A team player committed to anzuk culture and core values
A demonstrated history of delivering exceptional customer outcomes
Strong communication skills with the ability to build relationships quickly
Excellent telephone and verbal skills
Exceptional IT and administration skills with the ability to use advanced computer systems
Prior experience in recruitment or a customer relationship focused role preferred
Relevant tertiary qualification
A current Working with Children Check (volunteer)
What We Can Offer You
If you get a buzz out of a hard day’s work, are a team player, and are looking for a position with purpose, this will be the role for you. You can also look forward to:
Breakfast provided daily
Internal and external trainingprograms
Investment into your health and well-being
Regular team social events
Book Club fully funded by the company
Leaving your work at work
Apply with your CV + Cover Letter outlining your relevant experience and interest in the role. For further information about this role or for a copy of the position description, please contact Sheridan McKenzie, People and Culture Officer, firstname.lastname@example.org.
is a leading nursing agency renowned for supplying quality staff. We are committed to providing the best service to our clients and staff. With over 14 years experience we understand our client’s needs but more importantly we understand what our staff want and need from an agency.VNS With increased demand we are urgently seeking experienced Registered Nurses, Midwives, Mental Health Nurses, and Enrolled Nurses to work across all departments of acute and sub acute facilities. We have opportunities for work in Public, Private and Aged Care facilities for you to choose from. You will need: •You must have a current police check and Working with Childrens Check or be prepared to obtain one as a condition of employment
•Excellent communication and time management skills
•A minimum of 12 months experience for Registered Nurses and 6 months experience for Enrolled Nurses AHPRA•Current registration with What we can offer you: • Free training and uniforms
• Supportive and friendly allocations team
• Variety of work in your local area • Great pay rates and reward programs Interested? If you believe you meet the above criteria, please apply to join our agency today as we would love to hear from you. does not offer sponsorship for any candidates. VNSInterviews will be held at our Geelong Office *Please note that
We're a young couple with 2 lovely children aged 10 months and 3 years and they love each other!!!!
We are on the hunt of a perfect match for our family. We are originally from Venezuela but both children were born in here in Aus.
>>We speak Spanish at home, but happy to have anyone that speaks English and if they can teach our children another language, that's a big plus. >>We both work full time so this is a Monday to Friday 8am to 5:30pm >>Weekly cash in hand payment - agreed depending on experience. >>Car provided ( if driver's licence) for taking the children out and/or dropping off and picking up (my oldest will continue to go to daycare 2 days a week) - not essential >>Weekends off unless requested and prior agreed with successful candidate - extra $ >>Someone who wants to be part of the family >>Genuine caring person and patient >>We provide own room with unlimited wifi and Netflix >>Food provided >>All services included >>Opened to negotiation
What we expect from you: - Our children will be your first priority - Keep the house tidy after play - Help with house chores (we have a cleaner that comes every 2 weeks) - Mature and responsible attitude - Maintain an open communication with us and the children - Calm and in control at all times - Someone that's happy to blend in a Latin culture
If you have experience with children, a first aid certificate, a WWCC and police check, please we would like to hear from you.
Join an organisation with a strong focus on quality outcomes for their clients. Excellent remuneration - Geelong & Western Suburb availability. This organisation has an emphasis on the quality of physio services they offer in addition to providing a high standard of care within the aged care arena. With a focus on patient care and wellbeing this organisation achieves excellent results. The Role
Provide physiotherapy services in the aged care sector
Work autonomously with support from the Physio Manager
Assessing comprehensive physiotherapy care plans
Developing and fostering professional relationships with other allied health professionals
To be successful
Membership of the Australian Association of Physiotherapists (or eligibility)
Full AHPRA registration
No experience needed - recent graduates are welcome to apply
Team focus and ability to work independently
What's in it for you?
Be employed directly by the Aged Care organisation
Will be listened to and supported
Friendly, professional organisation.
Ongoing Training and Support
Excellent Salary + super + holiday pay + sick pay
Opportunity to work alone and in a team
If you have the relevant experience and skills please don't hesitate to APPLY NOW quoting ref nr - 155785. To find out more about the opportunities Frontline Health Melbourne has to offer please apply or alternatively, contact Martene Harvey on email@example.com or 0412 55 33 00. Alternatively, please send your resume to
Positions available for experienced Disability & Mental Health Support Workers to work with our amazing clients!
Nextt is a leading provider of innovative Disability and Mental Health support services that assist people reach their goals and get more out of life.
The professionalism and commitment of our Geelong workers has earned Nextt the reputation of providing exceptional service in the field of Autism, Cognitive Disabilities and Mental Health.
About the roles...
We are currently recruiting experienced Support Workers for a number of positions within our customer focused Nextt team, which will provide individualised supports, designed, supported and guided by behavioural specialists.
Working in Geelong, duties include providing direct support in the community and in home, assisting clients with the development of skills for independent living and supporting clients to learn to manage difficult behaviours. The right candidates will be able to provide consistent communication and routine, manage their own personal emotions in a range of situations and work well as a member of a competent and supported team.
We are looking for...
Successful candidates will:
Have industry experience and training in Disability or related Community Services
Understand behaviours of concern and have worked with people with complex support needs
Like working in a team where ideas are shared to achieve the best results
Can respond to situations quickly and consistently
Are passionate about community inclusion and skill development
Are reliable, professional and committed
Are looking for a role to provide challenge and professional growth
This is a fantastic opportunity for passionate Support Workers who aspire to be the best in their field, and who want to gain valuable industry experience. This role will provide the right candidates the satisfaction of making a meaningful and positive difference in someone's life.
Nextt Geelong is a genuinely collaborative and supportive workplace. To enhance your skills and professional development, tailored, ongoing training support and regular group supervision is provided. Confidential Employee Assistance is also available for personal development.
Nextt is an equal opportunity employer where diversity is highly valued. The Nextt values of: Principled, Creative, Responsive and Committed are a statement of the work ethic and culture of the Nextt workplace.
Shortlisted candidates will be contacted and asked to provide documentation of training &/or education, up to date First Aid qualifications, valid Working with Children Check, Police Check and Australian Driver's Licence. Only people with the right to work in Australia and who give consent to have their names checked against the Disability Worker's Exclusion Scheme will be considered. A reliable vehicle and mobile phone with internet access are also a requirement for employment at Nextt.
If this sounds like the job for you, please apply via this advertisement, sending a cover letter and resume outlining your suitability for a position in this team. For any inquiries regarding the role, please contact Penny Griffin, People & Culture Business Partner, at Nextt Geelong on 5272 7725 or email firstname.lastname@example.org