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Intake Worker - Violence Abuse and Neglect (VAN) - Wagga Wagga » Broken Hill, NSW - Wagga Wagga, NSW - abuse, physical abuse, neglect and their non-offending family members. The purpose of the Intake Worker position... • Tue, 14 MayMurrumbidgee Local Health District$70944 - 101211 per year
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Support Worker » Middleton Grange, Liverpool Area - SUPPORT WORKERS NEEDED URGENTLY · Must have availability for shifts that will be offered between Monday-Friday 8am-5pm. · Location: West Hoxton NSW for a Client who is mature-aged, female, Australian client with Nonverbal MND. · Must Have o Police Check o NDIS Screening check o First Aid/CPR o Drivers Licence o Car o Car Insurance o Must have a first aid kit in the car, be fit, be street smart, and be confident with driving. · Client Preference Must be Female, mature aged, and of Aussie appearance or similar. · Start asap Please Inbox me ASAP Or call Sarah 0423071979 Send resumes to adminbefoundcare.com.au • Wed, 15 MayBe Found Care
Therapeutic Youth Worker – Vineyard » Sydney, NSW - Therapeutic Youth Worker Join us in making a positive impact on the lives of children and young people in out-of-home... • Wed, 15 MayLifestyle Solutions
Aircraft Worker » Sydney, NSW - of fun, meet amazing people and have experiences like no other. As an Aircraft Worker you will be responsible for the daily... • Wed, 15 MayQantas
Therapeutic Youth Worker » Western Australia - Therapeutic Youth Worker Join us in making a positive impact on the lives of children and young people in out-of-home... • Wed, 15 MayLifestyle Solutions

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Direct Support Worker - Hervey Bay » Hervey Bay, QLD - Workers in Hervey Bay and surrounding suburbs. As a Direct Support Worker, you’ll be an integral part of the lives of people... Aid and CPR certificates A Blue Card (Working with Children Card) An NDIS Worker Screening Check (Working... • Tue, 14 MayCPL - Choice, Passion, Life$32.62 per hour
Recovery Support Worker - Metro South » Annerley, QLD - RECOVREY SUPPORT WORKER PERMANENT FULL-TIME METRO SOUTH Values driven NGO with staff engagement culture 30... and insured vehicle (minimum third-party property) Undergo criminal history screening and obtain and maintain a valid NDIS worker... • Tue, 14 MayRichmond Fellowship Queensland$36 - 38.6 per hour
Therapeutic Youth Worker – Armidale » Tamworth, NSW - Therapeutic Youth Worker Join us in making a positive impact on the lives of children and young people in out-of-home... • Tue, 14 MayLifestyle Solutions
Intake Worker Locum » Logan City, QLD - Job Description The Intake Worker position provides high quality customer first service experience through initial... • Tue, 14 MayTradewind Australia$90 per hour
Senior Social Worker / Senior Practice Lead » Carlton, VIC - Social Worker/Senior Practice Lead works within the Family Support and Counselling team, Family Services Team of the... Community Wellbeing Branch, within the City Communities Group. The Social Worker /Senior Practice Lead provides... • Tue, 14 MayCity of Melbourne
Process Workers » Dinmore, QLD - it's up to you how far you go! As a Process Worker, you will be eager to train and work in various areas of our meat... • Tue, 14 MayJBS Foods
Power Worker (Trade Assistant) » Moranbah, QLD - and a strong focus on safety, diversity and inclusion. We have a permanent opportunity for a skilled Power Worker (Trade Assistant... towards multiple diversity and inclusion initiatives across our business. About the role: As a Power Worker (Trade Assistant... • Tue, 14 MayEnergy Queensland$85164 per year
Direct Support Worker - Aged Care » Australia - , and creative team members to join our team with a range of shifts the client needs for assistance. As a Direct Support Worker... certificates Driver's License and Car (Comprehensive Car Insurance) A Working With Children Check (WWCC) An NDIS Worker... • Tue, 14 MayCPL - Choice, Passion, Life$32.26 per hour
Therapeutic Youth Worker – Tamworth » Tamworth, NSW - Therapeutic Youth Worker Join us in making a positive impact on the lives of children and young people in out-of-home... • Tue, 14 MayLifestyle Solutions
Youth Worker - Carlow House » Kewdale, WA - . About the role We currently have a unique opportunity on offer for a dedicated and passionate Youth Worker at our Carlow House... • Tue, 14 MayMercyCare
IKEA Food Co-worker » Brisbane, QLD - Logan, VIC - IKEA Food Co-worker "You care about making a positive impact in the world. You understand greatness requires thinking...% Co-worker discount Low-cost nutritious meals including complimentary drinks in our Co-worker restaurant Co-worker... • Tue, 14 MayIKEA
Residential Youth Workers and Senior Youth workers » Toowoomba, QLD - to provide qualified Youth Workers with a solid understanding of a 'day in the life' of a Youth Worker as well as the skills... • Tue, 14 MayTradewind Australia
Fostering Case Worker » Caboolture, QLD - contract role Fostering Case Worker Churches of Christ, Children, Youth & Families, Caboolture 6 month Fixed-Term, full... • Tue, 14 MayChurches of Christ in Queensland
Therapeutic Youth Worker » Adelaide, SA - Therapeutic Youth Worker Join us in making a positive impact on the lives of children and young people in out-of-home... • Tue, 14 MayLifestyle Solutions
Healthcare Worker - Aged Care Hamilton (Birches and Grange) » Australia - We are seeking a Health Care Worker(s) to join our enthusiastic teams at the Birches and Grange. The successful applicant... must have or obtain a National Criminal Police Check. Depending on the role, a Working with Children Check Clearance, Disability Worker... • Tue, 14 MayWestern District Health Service
Home Care - Entry Level Home & Community Workers - BRIS EAGLE FARM » Brisbane, QLD - must be flexible and available to work with people in their homes on a variety of tasks. As a Home Care Support Worker, your role... • Tue, 14 MayInterCare Staffing & Employment
Home Care - Entry Level Home & Community Workers - BRIS THE GAP » Brisbane, QLD - must be flexible and available to work with people in their homes on a variety of tasks. As a Home Care Support Worker, your role... • Tue, 14 MayInterCare Staffing & Employment
Disability Care - Entry Level Disability Support Workers - BRIS WAVELL HEIGHTS » Brisbane, QLD - with people with a variety of disabilities. As a Disability Support Worker your role will include but is certainly not limited... • Tue, 14 MayInterCare Staffing & Employment
Direct Support Worker - Rockhampton » Rockhampton, QLD - part-time Direct Support Workers in Rockhampton and surrounding areas. As a Direct Support Worker, you’ll be an integral... A Blue Card (Working with Children Card) An NDIS Worker Screening Check (Working with Individuals with Disabilities... • Tue, 14 MayCPL - Choice, Passion, Life$32.62 per hour
Therapeutic Youth Worker » Western Australia - Therapeutic Youth Worker Join us in making a positive impact on the lives of children and young people in out-of-home... • Tue, 14 MayLifestyle Solutions
Support Worker - Community - Longwarry » Longwarry, VIC - care provider The Opportunity: Come and join our team! We are seeking a Community Disability Support Worker located in... you will have: A minimum qualification of a Certificate III in Induvial Support At least one year experience as a Disability Support Worker Drivers Licence... • Tue, 14 MayClaro
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health Worker - Cardiology (Identified) » Brisbane, QLD - The Better Cardiac Care Program are looking for an Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health Worker - Cardiology... • Tue, 14 MayQueensland Government
Home Care Workers » Adelaide, SA - . And so do you. Join us as a Care Worker and be there to care. A brighter future with Helping Hand, for older people... and for you. Based in Adelaide Metro, as our invaluable Home Care Worker, you will deliver high-quality personal care to Helping Hand... • Tue, 14 MayHelping Hand
Inpatient Social Worker Level 1/2 Geriatric Rehabilitation - Wyong Hospital » Hamlyn Terrace, NSW - Employment Type: Permanent Full Time Position Classification: Social Worker Level 1/2 Remuneration...’s lives? Central Coast Local Health District (CCLHD) are currently seeking a dedicated Social Worker to join the warm... • Tue, 14 MayNSW Health
Disability Care - Entry Level Disability Support Workers - BRIS DURACK » Brisbane, QLD - with people with a variety of disabilities. As a Disability Support Worker your role will include but is certainly not limited... • Tue, 14 MayInterCare Staffing & Employment
Social Worker - Advanced » Brisbane, QLD - The Office of the Executive Director of Allied Health are looking for a Social Worker - Advanced to join their team... • Tue, 14 MayQueensland Government
Locum Hospital Social Worker » Young, NSW - caseload with lots of variety and rewarding work. Experienced onsite Social Worker able to supervise... • Tue, 14 MayCareers Connections$60 per hour
Home Care - Entry Level Home & Community Workers - BRIS VICTORIA POINT » Brisbane, QLD - must be flexible and available to work with people in their homes on a variety of tasks. As a Home Care Support Worker, your role... • Tue, 14 MayInterCare Staffing & Employment
Residential Youth Support Worker - Orange » Orange, NSW - Comprehensive car insurance Current Working with Children's Check 6 months of paid and recent experience as a Youth Support Worker... • Tue, 14 MayBRC Recruitment$42 - 100 per hour
Senior Social Worker » Northam, WA - decision. Position Profile: We are currently seeking to appoint a Senior Social Worker. The Senior Social Worker provides... • Tue, 14 MayGovernment of Western Australia$112269 - 119290 per year
Direct Support Worker - Ballina » Ballina, NSW - team members to join our team with a range of shifts the client needs for assistance. As a Direct Support Worker, you’ll... you commence, you will need: Current First Aid and CPR certificates A Working With Children Check (WWCC) An NDIS Worker... • Tue, 14 MayCPL - Choice, Passion, Life$32.62 per hour
Welfare Worker » Melbourne, VIC - Position Details Reference Number 51458 Position Title Welfare Worker Employment Status Fixed Term Part Time... • Tue, 14 MayAustin Health
Support Worker - QLD (Casual) » Queensland - Support Worker - QLD What's important to you? Home Care (Primarily Domestic Cleaning, Social Support, Personal Care... employer. All employees are required to undergo a National Police Check, a Working with Children Check, NDIS Worker Screening... • Tue, 14 MayAnnecto
Process Worker » Yatala, QLD - to Friday in YATALA The role of a process worker is to Assembly line work Pick Packing and wrapping of products Working... Process worker, assembly line, labourer, assembler Education Secondary School/High School... • Tue, 14 MayRandstad$34.62 per hour
Direct Support Worker - Townsville » Townsville, QLD - part-time Direct Support Workers in Townsville and surrounding areas. As a Direct Support Worker, you’ll be an integral... A Blue Card (Working with Children Card) An NDIS Worker Screening Check (Working with Individuals with Disabilities... • Tue, 14 MayCPL - Choice, Passion, Life$32.62 per hour
Therapeutic Youth Worker » Western Australia - Therapeutic Youth Worker Join us in making a positive impact on the lives of children and young people in out-of-home... • Tue, 14 MayLifestyle Solutions
MyStep to Mental Wellbeing Consumer Peer Worker (Aboriginal Identified) - Griffith » Griffith, NSW - , have strong critical thinking skills and are passionate. The Aboriginal identified Consumer Peer Worker will work within the MyStep... and Border Murrumbidgee region will be an essential part of this role. As a Consumer Peer Worker, your own life experience... • Tue, 14 MayNSW Health$60373 - 87304 per year
Social Worker (Level 3) » Sydney, NSW - Camperdown, NSW - Employment Type: Permanent Full Time Position Classification: Social Worker Level 3 Remuneration... for an experienced and motivated social worker to join the Social Work Department at Royal Prince Alfred Hospital. About Us Sydney... • Tue, 14 MayNSW Health$108595 - 112114 per year
Perinatal & Infant Mental Health Clinician - Social Worker Level 3 - Nurturing Connections - Kempsey » Kempsey, NSW - Employment Type: Temporary Part Time (Until 30 June 2025) Position Classification: Social Worker Lvl 3 Remuneration... to commencement with NSW Health, or provide an approved medical contraindication certificate certifying the worker cannot have any... • Tue, 14 MayNSW Health$108595 - 112114 per year
Direct Support Worker - Gladstone » Gladstone, QLD - part-time Direct Support Workers in Gladstone and surrounding areas. As a Direct Support Worker, you’ll be an integral..., you will need: Current First Aid and CPR certificates A Blue Card (Working with Children Card) An NDIS Worker Screening Check... • Tue, 14 MayCPL - Choice, Passion, Life$32.62 per hour
Home Support Worker » Adelaide, SA - . And so do you. Join us as a Home Support Worker and be there to care. A brighter future with Helping Hand, for older... people and for you. Based in the Adelaide Metro area, as our invaluable Home Support Worker, you will deliver high quality... • Tue, 14 MayHelping Hand
Home Support Worker » Naracoorte, SA - Home Support Worker. You'll be guided by experienced Coordinators, who will provide the support you need. We'll... • Tue, 14 MayResthaven
Aboriginal Health Worker Trainee - Community Health - Temp FT » Warwick Farm, NSW - Sydney, NSW - Position Classification: Aboriginal Health Worker Remuneration: $1,157.52 - $1,673.11 per week Requisition ID: REQ488186... Opportunity Primary and Community Health are offering two positions to train as an Aboriginal Health Worker, rotating through... • Tue, 14 MayNSW Health
Disability Care - Entry Level Disability Support Workers - BRIS FOREST LAKE » Brisbane, QLD - with people with a variety of disabilities. As a Disability Support Worker your role will include but is certainly not limited... • Tue, 14 MayInterCare Staffing & Employment
Personal Care Worker role » Newcastle, NSW - Nelson Bay, NSW - homes: Support Worker Positions available for the provision of Personal Support Services Permanent Part-Time contracts... that have experience and/or a qualification as a Disability Support Worker Assistant in Nursing (AIN) Community Services worker... • Tue, 14 MayHealthcareLink$31.38 per hour
Support Worker AOD » Healesville, VIC - basis including weekends Sleep overs required with extra allowance provided As an AOD Support Worker LLE, you'll provide... Rehabilitation program. This includes a key worker role for residents. Facilitating interim support as required for clients... • Tue, 14 MayEACH
Intake Worker - Violence Abuse and Neglect (VAN) - Wagga Wagga » Broken Hill, NSW - Wagga Wagga, NSW - abuse, physical abuse, neglect and their non-offending family members. The purpose of the Intake Worker position... • Tue, 14 MayMurrumbidgee Local Health District$70944 - 101211 per year
Precast Workers » Macksville, Nambucca Area - About the role: Monday to Friday - Must be available to work Saturday's if required Local work based in Macksville Work in a fast-paced production environment Must be able to work within a team environment and unsupervised Job Benefits: Work under cover, Not affected by the weather Opportunity for Training and to Upskill for the right candidates Ongoing work Paid Weekly - On time, Every time Above Award Wages Overtime available Job Requirements: Previous experience in Concreting, Steel Fixing, Patching and Forming, Dogging, Crane Operators, Forklift,WSAH Valid Driver's Licence and Tickets also reliable transport Ability to work long hours Have a good, positive attitude towards work Must be reliable and punctual Must adhere to strict safety procedures Valid Driver's Licence and reliable transport Must be able to pass a Pre-Employment Medical and Drug Screen WH&S Industry Card (Whitecard) APPLY NOW with your current resume. Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted. • Mon, 13 MayTelum
Social Worker » Bairnsdale, East Gippsland - On behalf of our client in Victoria, we are seeking a Social Worker to join the Community Health Counselling Team providing family violence outreach, general counselling, case work as well as Acute Hospital services. Providing outreach support to victims of family violence, generalist counselling and social case work for complex clients, acute social work services; discharge planning and post-acute support, liaising with providers to engage perpetrators into support networks and therapy groups. Key Responsibilities - Provide outreach support to victims of family violence - Liaise with providers to engage perpetrators into support networks and therapy groups where appropriate - Provide generalist counselling and social case work for complex clients - Provide acute social work services, discharge planning and post-acute support - Maintain client files and provide statistical data as required - Participate in the case management process, as necessary, for appropriate management of complex client issues - Participate in a professional peer support process, as part of Counselling Unit - Where required provide supervision for staff in the completion of their roles, providing guidance and facilitating education and training - Support staff through critical incidents response and peer support group process - Provide counselling and welfare support to schools as required - Provide support and resources to staff in the management of behavioural issues for their students - Education in the community about good mental health practice, managing family violence and dealing with critical stressful incidents - Provide development strategies to communities in ways that they can collaboratively manage issues for appropriate outcomes - Contribute to the development of the health promotion strategy, in particular focusing on managing family violence, and mental wellbeing - Provide an outreach counselling service to isolated communities in the region About You - Completed Bachelor or Masters of Social Work and eligibility for membership with the AASW - Previous experience in a similar role within family violence - Capacity to deal with complex stressful and violent situations where trauma may be present - Ability to engage and refer perpetrators of violence to appropriate supports - Good knowledge of child development and the ability to work with children - Ability to provide community education and awareness of family violence - Ability to facilitate regional program planning and development - Current driver's licence Salary - Excellent casual rates paying up to $65-70 per hour plus super (based on experience) If this sounds like something of interest please get in touch: Ross Jenkins | Executive Consultant, Social Care Team. You can simply 'Apply Now' or Email: Your CV to ross.jenkinscmr.com.au / Call: 0734975713 • Sat, 11 MayCornerstone Medical Recruitment
Community Worker » West Bathurst, Bathurst - Job Description Great new hourly rates, from $29.71-$31.04 per hour PPT Super Km Reimburse (96 cents per KM) NFP Salary Packaging Flexible start and finish times Immediate start - PPE, uniform & work Smart Phone provided 17.5% Annual leave loading Why you’ll love working with us: Build a career with a leading Aged Care provider offering ongoing training and job security Work independently with plenty of support from your team and leaders Great not for profit salary packaging opportunities so you pay less tax, and other benefits Access to fitness passport Make a difference through providing high quality personalised care to our valued aged care clients in their own homes. We currently employ over 700 community carers across NSW, supporting our clients in living life to its fullest whilst building a career that is both rewarding & diverse. Currently we’re looking for experienced Community Workers to join our team on a permanent part time basis. About The Role Domestic Assistance such as cleaning bathroom, kitchen, vacuuming, mopping, ironing etc Meal preparation Respite support Transport to appointments and shopping etc Personal care To be successful in this role you’ll need Certificate III in Aged Care or equivalent (desirable but not essential) Previous experience as a Home Care Worker An Australian driver's licence and a reliable insured motor vehicle is essential Reliability and compassion for the elderly Strong communication skills and a positive attitude Evidence of Covid Vaccinations Catholic Healthcare is a leading not-for-profit provider of residential aged care, home and community services, retirement living and healthcare across NSW and SE QLD. Together, our team of around 4000 people are dedicated to our Mission of helping our customers to live life to its fullest every day . So, if you’re looking for a role where you can make a positive & rewarding impact in a great organisation like ours, then we’d love to hear from you. Apply online now. Please note that pre-employment checks (including Police) will be completed for all preferred candidates before an Offer is made. Hello Recruitment Agencies, thanks for thinking of us. Right now, we’re looking to fill this opportunity directly so if we do need your assistance we’ll be in touch. • Sat, 11 MayCatholic Healthcare
Production Worker » Stapylton, Gold Coast North - Spectra Recruitment Pty Ltd are currently seeking Production staff for our raw materials department for a fast paced manufacturing client of ours on a temp to perm basis in Stapylton. These roles are available due to the continuous growth within the production areas. About Your New Company This client is located just off the Pacific Motorway in Stapylton. They are a known manufacturing company that produces steel products for companies located all around the world including the United States, South Africa, Thailand, Japan, New Caledonia, New Zealand, and other Pacific Rim nations. The company currently has two production premises at Stapylton in Queensland. Their premises are equipped with modern machinery and equipment to facilitate the production of superior quality products, in high quantities, to meet the demand of any market. There is always room for growth working for this company and the facilities available are amazing including an on-site cafe which has a chef, if you aren't wanting to eat on-site there are so many food outlets available within 5 minutes of the warehouse. Your New Role Reporting to the production team leaders, you will be set with various different tasks including the following: Raw material processing (steel and metal). Operating machinery to prepare components for assembly. Cutting, bending, and grinding. Use of the following power tools (Bandsaw/ Drop saws, drill presses, bench grinders, linishers, presses). Who Are You You are someone who isn't afraid of work, you are a team player and someone who can follow directions well. You will also have the following experience: Manufacturing experience. Mechanically Minded. Power tool experience. Experience working with raw materials (Steel and Metal). Available Shifts and Rates We are currently seeking superstars for the following shifts: AM- 6am-3:30pm (Mon-Fri): $32.55 per hour plus penalties (1.5-48.82 p/h, 2.0- $65.10 p/h). PM- 3:30pm-1am (Mon-Fri): $39.06 per hour plus penalties (1.5-$58.59 p/h, 2.0- $78.12 p/h). In order to be successful you MUST have full working rights If you are interested in this position then click APPLY NOW or contact the team on 07 2800 6484. • Sat, 11 MaySpectra Recruitment Pty Ltd
Factory Worker » Moorooka, Brisbane - Recruitment 24/7 has a vacancy for a Factory Worker for our client based in Moorooka. This position is ongoing, working the hours of 5:00 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. (occasionally 2:30 p.m. pending workload). Generally, our client finishes at 12:30 p.m. on a Friday afternoon. Duties include but are not limited to: Assist with store control where needed and/or various tasks that may arise. General hand duties in the door assembly region. Trained to use the beam saw and simple/standard CNC Operations. General labouring and assisting with the manufacturing processes. To be considered for this role you must: Be fit and healthy. Be reliable and want a full-time hour's position. Have basic literacy and numeracy skills. To be considered for these positions you must be keen motivated and prepared to put in a hard day's work Please upload your resume and apply or email your resume to applicationsrecruitment247.com.au Alternatively, for more information or to apply over the phone please call our office on (07) 3281 2489 We look forward to hearing from you soon • Fri, 10 MayRecruitment 24/7
Support Worker » Lalor Park, Blacktown Area - Care n Help Our organization focuses on helping people overcome the barriers of disability to enjoy a better quality of life. Our Vision: Empower our clients to overcome barriers, to live their preferred lifestyle and be themselves without limit Our Mission: The journey with us is one where our clients will always experience assurance, acceptance and accessibility Our Values: Assurance, Acceptance, Accessible, Relationship-oriented and Accountability We are recruiting people with a similar passion for casual support worker roles. Salary: $32-36 per hour depending on experience and qualification. Job Responsibilities: Support client with everyday living e.g. Personal care, washing, cleaning, laundry, preparing and cooking meals, shopping, etc. Facilitate community inclusion and participation based on client’s needs and preferences Assist with client’s physical and mobility requirements Demonstrate positive and professional behavior Promote and facilitate person-centered care Ensure the wellbeing and safety of the clients and perform the duty of care. Follow Care n Help policies and procedures. Requirements are: Certificate III/IV in disability or community support or equivalent qualification or equivalent experience Have the right to work in Australia Have current First Aid Certificate or CPR or equivalent Have driver license and access to an insured vehicle Have or willing to obtain a National Police check Empathy, respectful and integrity • Fri, 10 MayCare n Help
Production Worker » Australia - About the role Based in Inner West Suburbs, a leading milling, manufacturing, and distributor of flour-based food products are looking for a Production Worker to join their team. The successful candidate will initially join the team as an on-hired employee, 38 hours per week plus overtime when required, however, the right person will be considered for a permanent role. Hours are 7am - 3pm, Monday to Friday, you MUST be available to work shift work when required. Basic Machine Operation Manually loading Bulk Packing RF Scanning General warehouse duties The ability to adhere to strict OH&S guidelines and procedures Skills and experience Great attitude and reliable Have great attention to detail and the ability to provide a high standard of work Comfortable with manual labour Good written and verbal communication skills Food manufacturing experience How to apply If you are looking for a new opportunity and have the desired skills, please click APPLY now. • Wed, 08 MayConquest Personnel Pty Ltd
Process Worker » Dandenong South, Greater Dandenong - Permanent Process Workers required Excellent Pay Rates Day & Night shifts available Permanent position Rotating 7-day roster 12-hour shifts We are currently looking for experienced process workers to work at one of our companies who is a yoghurt manufacturer in Dandenong South. They are offering day & night shift on a permanent basis, 7-day rotating roster & 12-hour shifts. Your main duties will include but not limited to: Process work Pick packing Working on a production line Working in a food environment Machine operation General warehouse duties To be successful in this role you will possess the following: Current Drivers licence Previous experience in the above duties The ability to go into work Mon-Fri Undergo a full medical examination & drug test. Must have Full working rights Benefits: Permanent positions Great pay rates Clean environment If you feel that you have the required skills and experience to be successful in this role then hit the APPLY BUTTON immediately. Please note that due to the high number of expected applications only short-listed candidates will be contacted • Tue, 07 MayStaff Australia
Peer Workers and Mental Health Workers » Australia - Use your passion for mental health to support people on their recovery journeys and help them realise their goals Flourish Australia has an exciting opportunity for Peer Workers and Mental Health Workers to join our dedicated Tumut team The positions available are: Full-time (76 hours/fortnight) Casual Based in Tumut Working a rotating roster including weekends Attractive hourly rates equivalent to $36.00-$38.60/hour 11% Super Additional benefits About the Opportunities As a Mental Health Worker or Peer Worker, you will work in the community to support people accessing our services who have a lived experience of mental health issues to achieve their hopes and dreams. You will play an important part in assisting people to maintain wellness and realise their goals. On a day to day basis you will: Listen to and create opportunities and activities that meet the interests and goals of people. Encourage shared learning experiences, and support skill development at every opportunity through self-directed learning, information and education. Ensure that individual support is provided to a person that accesses Flourish Australia services that meet their recovery journey goals and is strengths based and led by the person wherever possible. Be 'hands on' and involved in direct service delivery. We value lived experience and believe peer support is a powerful part of the mental health recovery journey. Therefore, our Peer Worker roles are for those willing to use their lived experience and personal recovery to mentor people with a lived experience of a mental health issue. You will use your lived experience to inform and contribute to staff learning, service understanding, and delivering person-led, strengths focused, recovery based service. For more information about what it means to be a Peer Worker with Flourish Australia, please review the • Sun, 05 MayFlourish Australia
Process Worker » South Nowra, Nowra-Bomaderry - Process Worker - Packaging and Production Typically M - F work Morning and afternoon shifts Located in South Nowra What we do at On Line Recruiting At On Line Recruitment, people are our business. Our focus lies in sourcing the best candidates available and matching job seekers with the right companies whether in the Shoalhaven, Illawarra or anywhere else in Australia, with a desire to service both Employers and Employees. At On Line Recruitment we strive to create long-term partnerships and strongly value the importance of excellent working relationships. Our employment experts work side-by-side with each job seeker to provide an efficient, streamlined process for candidates. On Line Recruitment are currently looking Process workers Our client has requested an urgent requirement to hire a team of packaging and production process workers to make, wrap, label and ready cheese for distribution We are currently seeking motivated, reliable workers to join the team. From raw milk to aged variety of cheeses, once the production team has completed the creation of the cheeses we are seeking people to assist in the packaging You don't need any specific experience to succeed in this role, just an enthusiasm to become a valuable member of the team. A great team fit will be able to communicate effectively with their peers, supervisors and employers alike, be reliable to attend shifts as dictated by a weekly roster released every Friday, and at times be able to step up work hard during "surge" periods. Now is your chance to develop a solid relationship with one of the South Coasts leading employers, to prove that you are reliable, motivated and hard working. In return, we will always seek to manage and promote growth throughout your career, be flexible in your working days arrangement and provide a high level of employee care As Process worker, you may be required to; Operate machinery to individually wrap cheeses Run the cheese through a quality assurance check to ensure the cheese meets the stringent weight, temp and consistency checks Individually label cheeses with a high attention to detail Conduct manual handling tasks to add flip over cheese, lift and carry boxes, moves shelves of cheese to the wrapping station Preparedness to learn the production requirements if required General cleaning tasks to maintain a very hygienic facility What we are looking for in a Process worker To be successful in this role, there are a few things we are looking for: RELIABILITY Motivation Ability to become a strong team member. Your success is the team successes, your loses are an area for the rest of the team to pick up on Physically fit Adhere to strict cleanliness and safety standards Conduct repetitive tasks to achieve volume of product Ability to step during fast paced periods If you don't meet all of the above requirements - but believe you have something special you could bring to this role- we still want to hear from you Please continue with your application and we will be in touch. For further information regarding this position please call Scott Kenny on 4421 2700 . Or click " APPLY NOW " to apply instantly. All submissions will be treated as private and confidential. Whilst all applications will be considered, only those who are shortlisted for the position will be contacted. • Fri, 03 MayOn Line Recruitment
Peer Worker or Mental Health Worker » Australia - Flourish Australia has an exciting opportunity for a Peer Worker or Mental Health Worker to join our Sydney teams The position available is: Ongoing full-time (76 hours/fortnight) Working a rotating roster including evening and weekend shifts Working between our Marrickville and Surry Hills offices Level 3 on the Flourish Australia Enterprise Agreement (2018) equivalent to $36.00 - $38.60p/h super tax-free salary packaging About the Opportunity As a Mental Health Worker or Peer Worker, you will support people accessing our services who have a lived experience of mental health issues to achieve their hopes and dreams. You will play an important part in assisting people to maintain wellness and realise their goals. On a day to day basis you will: Listen to and create opportunities and activities that meet the interests and goals of people. Encourage shared learning experiences, and support skill development at every opportunity through self-directed learning, information and education. Ensure that individual support is provided to a person that accesses Flourish Australia services that meet their recovery journey goals and is strengths based and led by the person wherever possible. Be 'hands on' and involved in direct service delivery. We value lived experience and believe peer support is a powerful part of the mental health recovery journey. Therefore, our Peer Worker roles are for those willing to use their lived experience and personal recovery to mentor people with a lived experience of a mental health issue. You will use your lived experience to inform and contribute to staff learning, service understanding, and delivering person-led, strengths focused, recovery based service. For more information about what it means to be a Peer Worker with Flourish Australia, please review the • Thu, 02 MayFlourish Australia
Peer Worker or Mental Health Worker » Australia - Use your passion for mental health and play a key role in supporting people people to achieve their recovery goals Flourish Australia has an exciting opportunity for a Peer Worker or Mental Health Worker to join our dedicated Lithgow team The position available is: Ongoing full-time (76 hours/fortnight) Working a rotating roster including weekend and evening shifts Based at Lithgow Level 3 on the Flourish Australia Enterprise Agreement (2018) equivalent to $36.00 - $38.60p/h 11% Super Tax-Free Benefits About the Opportunity As a Mental Health Worker or Peer Worker, you will support people accessing our services who have a lived experience of mental health issues to achieve their hopes and dreams. You will play an important part in assisting people to maintain wellness and realise their goals. On a day to day basis you will: Promoting positive community awareness of the services provided by Flourish Australia to generate a positive attitude in the community towards people with a lived experience of a mental health issue. Listen to and create opportunities and activities that meet the interests and goals of people. Encourage shared learning experiences, and support skill development at every opportunity through self-directed learning, information and education. Engage with the key community stakeholders within the respective location to enhance awareness and understanding of the services provided by Flourish Australia. Ensure that individual support is provided to a person that accesses Flourish Australia services that meet their recovery journey goals and is strengths based and led by the person wherever possible. Be 'hands on' and involved in direct service delivery. We value lived experience and believe peer support is a powerful part of the mental health recovery journey. Therefore, our Peer Worker roles are for those willing to use their lived experience and personal recovery to mentor people with a lived experience of a mental health issue. You will use your lived experience to inform and contribute to staff learning, service understanding, and delivering person-led, strengths focused, recovery based service. For more information about what it means to be a Peer Worker with Flourish Australia, please review the • Thu, 02 MayFlourish Australia
Production Worker » Pinkenba, Brisbane - Exciting Opportunity: Join Our Production Team in Pinkenba Are you ready to embark on a rewarding career journey with Toll People and our esteemed manufacturing partner? We're currently seeking experienced Production Workers to join us in Pinkenba. If you thrive in a team environment and are dedicated to safety and success, this could be the perfect opportunity for you. The Role: As a valued member of our team, you'll play a pivotal role in achieving daily build targets and contributing to our overall team objectives. Working closely with the Team Leader and your colleagues, you'll have the opportunity to assemble garage doors to the highest standards. With both day and afternoon shifts available, you'll enjoy regular employment in a supportive environment that prioritizes safety and teamwork. Key Responsibilities: Collaborate closely with the Team Leader and fellow team members to meet daily build targets and other key objectives. Execute assembly tasks meticulously by following detailed build instructions. Utilize the appropriate power tools with precision to ensure high-quality assembly work. Adhere strictly to written standard operating procedures to maintain consistency and efficiency. Conduct thorough quality checks by comparing assembly work to build instructions, ensuring the highest level of craftsmanship. Utilize the correct tools and equipment for assembly and fitment activities, promoting efficiency and safety. Foster effective communication and collaboration with other teams as needed to ensure seamless operations. Take initiative in identifying opportunities for improvement and actively participate in enhancing day-to-day business operations. Skills & Experience: Demonstrated familiarity with hand and power tools, with consideration given to all levels of experience. Basic numeracy and literacy skills are essential for success in this role. Basic computer skills, or a willingness to learn, will be advantageous. Ability to follow written instructions and procedures accurately and efficiently. Physical fitness and readiness to perform manual work are prerequisites. Reliable transportation is essential for punctuality and attendance. Possession of an LF ticket is highly regarded. Previous dispatch experience is considered advantageous. Don't miss out on this exciting opportunity to join our dynamic production team in Pinkenba. Apply now to take the first step toward a fulfilling career with Toll People. About Toll People Toll People are Australia's most recognised provider of Transport, Logistics, Supply Chain and Warehouse staff. Whilst we service the Toll Group, we also service hundreds of external clients and partners, offering complete recruitment solutions from permanent and executive recruitment, business support recruitment to flexible labour and award-winning training and development. If you're interested in this role, please click on 'Apply'. Should you have any questions please email chloe.greensilltollgroup.com Toll Group does not accept any unsolicited resume referrals from Recruitment Agencies and will not pay any placement fees relating to such unsolicited resume referrals. All applicants must be entitled to work in Australia and be prepared to undergo a criminal history check, pre-employment medical and/or drug & alcohol testing as required. Toll embraces and celebrates a variety of cultures. We continue to build a business that reflects the values of equality, built on the knowledge and understanding that everyone is welcome including the First Nations Peoples, and those of all ages, genders and abilities. • Wed, 01 MayToll People
CHEF » Colac-Otway Area, Geelong Region - La Porchetta Colac (AJM ASSOCIATES PTY LTD) in Victoria seeks an adept Chef to join their dynamic team. Renowned for their in-house restaurant, they specialize in crafting modern Australian pub cuisine infused with international flavors. Constantly innovating, they strive to delight customers with innovative culinary creations that tantalize the taste buds and elevate dining experiences. The Role You will have the opportunity to work in a truly dynamic team with the chance to display your creativity in the dishes that you create. This is for a full time role with an annual salary between $70,000 and $80,000 plus superannuation. Duties will include but not limited too: Plan, direct, and supervise the food preparation and cooking activities Determine how food should be presented, and create decorative food displays Determine production schedules & staff requirements necessary to ensure delivery of services Estimate amounts and costs of required supplies, such as food and ingredients Inspect supplies, equipment, and work areas to ensure conformance to established standards Instruct cooks and other workers in the preparation, cooking, garnishing & presentation of food Monitor sanitation practices to ensure that employees follow standards and regulations Order or requisition food and other supplies needed to ensure efficient operation Analyse recipes to assign prices to menu items, based on food, labour, and overhead costs Arrange for equipment purchases and repairs Meet with sales representatives in order to negotiate prices and order supplies Prepared and cook food of all types, either on a regular basis or for special guests or functions Supervise and coordinate activities of cooks and workers engaged in food preparation Collaborate with other personnel to plan and develop recipes and menus, taking into account such factors as seasonal availability of ingredients and the likely number of customers Check the quality of raw and cooked food products to ensure that standards are met Check the quantity and quality of received products Demonstrate new cooking techniques and equipment to staff Record production and operational data on specified forms Requirements Relevant qualifications in cookery or hospitality and tourism (minimum Certificate IV in Cookery) Minimum 2 years of experience as a Chef Must know how and have at least 2 years' experience in grilling over open fire At least 2 years' experience of cooking using open-flame grill Experience and knowledge in modern Australian pub cuisine is essential Must have experience with menu planning and new dish planning Passion for great food and presentation Understanding of, and commitment to, food safety Experience in kitchen operations and in managing a team Experience in training kitchen staff Ability to work well under pressure Goods ordering and menu costing • Wed, 01 MayLa Porchetta Colac
Peer Worker or Mental Health Worker » Lithgow, Lithgow Area - Use your passion for mental health and play a key role in supporting people people to achieve their recovery goals Flourish Australia has an exciting opportunity for a Peer Worker or Mental Health Worker to join our dedicated Lithgow team The position available is: Ongoing full-time (76 hours/fortnight) Working a rotating roster including weekend and evening shifts Based at Lithgow Level 3 on the Flourish Australia Enterprise Agreement (2018) equivalent to $36.00 - $38.60p/h 11% Super Tax-Free Benefits About the Opportunity As a Mental Health Worker or Peer Worker , you will support people accessing our services who have a lived experience of mental health issues to achieve their hopes and dreams. You will play an important part in assisting people to maintain wellness and realise their goals. On a day to day basis you will: Promoting positive community awareness of the services provided by Flourish Australia to generate a positive attitude in the community towards people with a lived experience of a mental health issue. Listen to and create opportunities and activities that meet the interests and goals of people. Encourage shared learning experiences, and support skill development at every opportunity through self-directed learning, information and education. Engage with the key community stakeholders within the respective location to enhance awareness and understanding of the services provided by Flourish Australia. Ensure that individual support is provided to a person that accesses Flourish Australia services that meet their recovery journey goals and is strengths based and led by the person wherever possible. Be ‘hands on’ and involved in direct service delivery. We value lived experience and believe peer support is a powerful part of the mental health recovery journey. Therefore, our Peer Worker roles are for those willing to use their lived experience and personal recovery to mentor people with a lived experience of a mental health issue. You will use your lived experience to inform and contribute to staff learning, service understanding, and delivering person-led, strengths focused, recovery based service. For more information about what it means to be a Peer Worker with Flourish Australia, please review the Position Description and the Peer Worker information statement “What You Should Consider Before Becoming A Peer Worker”. For more information on the Mental Health Worker role, please read the Position Description . Please note - Successful candidates must maintain a Class C drivers license and proof of comprehensive insurance must be provided when required. You may be directed to use your private motor vehicle in the course of performing your duties when an organisational pool motor vehicle is unavailable. You will receive the Travelling Transport and Fares Allowance when using your private vehicle for work related purposes. Who we are Flourish Australia is one of Australia’s most experienced community mental health organisations. Our purpose is to support people to flourish, believe in their futures, and become contributing members of the community. Our services are comprehensive and highly personalised because each person’s experience will be different and their needs, as an individual, are unique. Together we set goals, connect individuals with the right people, support services and opportunities to meet their needs. Our positions are open to all suitably qualified applicants . We have a strong commitment to the participation of people with lived experience of mental health issues in our workforce. We value diversity and encourage applications from suitably qualified people from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander backgrounds, people from Culturally and Linguistically Diverse communities, LGBTQ communities and mature age candidates. Selection Criteria Essential: A Certificate IV or above in a relevant field OR a minimum of 2-years full-time experience working in the human services field (as recognised by Flourish Australia). A strong commitment to recovery-based practice in the workplace. Understanding of the challenges faced by people with a lived experience of a mental health issue. Demonstrated alignment to Flourish Australia’s values. Understanding of, and ability to effectively use, Microsoft Office and knowledge of data information management systems. Maintain a current Australian Driver’s Licence. For further information, please contact Mathew Davis, Manager. E: Mathew.Davisflourishaustralia.org.au (please do not email applications) The Benefits Flourish Australia recognises and values its people as demonstrated by: Level 3 (SCHCADS) on the Flourish Australia Enterprise Agreement (2018) Tax-Free Salary Packaging available up to $15,900 Generous leave provisions including 17.5% leave loading and 2 additional days of personal leave extra day paid leave over Christmas/New Year paid parental leave Family-friendly and flexible working conditions Opportunities for career progression, professional development and training such as Mental Health First Aid and ASIST Employee Assistance Program for confidential wellbeing support Regular supervision (reflective practice) , ongoing 1:1 mentoring , strong team support and a comprehensive induction program Inclusive initiatives such as our Rainbow Network and YarnUp for Aboriginal and Torres Strait islander staff Personal Fleet pricing discounts with our preferred automotive supplier Employee discounts at 400 popular retailers (Woolworths, Expedia, Myer, Kmart etc) All appointments with Flourish Australia's Mental Health Services are subject to an NDIS Worker Screening clearance, a National Criminal History Check, a WWCC, previous employment reference checks, satisfactory Australian residency status and other background checks. All successful applicants will be asked to provide evidence they are fully vaccinated against COVID-19 (including booster) prior to commencement, inline with Flourish Australia’s Vaccination Policy. How to Apply To apply for this position, please complete all the questions asked. You will then be required to attach a copy of your resume on the following page, we encourage you to have your resume up-to-date and available before you commence the application. Applications close 5pm, 14th of May. Apply now • Tue, 30 AprFlourish Australia
Support Worker » Highworth, Maroochydore Area - Point Care is a dedicated to enhancing the lives of people with disabilities. Position Summary: provide support to clients in accordance with their NDIS plan. Assist clients with daily living activities, such as eating, dressing, bathing and grooming. Provide transportation assistance to clients. Provide respite care to clients and their families. Keep accurate and up to date records or clients' care plans and progress. Communicate effectively with clients, their families, and other members of the care team. Follow health and safety regulations to ensure the safety and well-being of clients. Participate in ongoing professional development to stay current with latest developments and best practices in the NDIS field. Requirements A minimum of high school or equivalent. Certificate 2 or 4 in individual support or willing to work towards completion(highly regarded). Lived experience or paid experience working with people with disability. Day shift, night shifts, sleepovers and weekends. Strong understanding of the NDIS and its guidelines. Understanding of health and safety regulations. Ability to work with a diverse client base, understanding the different support needs of clients based on their abilities, cultural backgrounds, and language requirements. Basic care and first aid skills. Strong computer skills, including proficiency in microsoft office suite. Benefits Access to ongoing training and development opportunities. Very supportive Management Team. Sense of purpose and fulfillment. Opportunities to learn and grow. • Tue, 30 AprPoint Care Pty Ltd.
Peer Worker or Mental Health Worker » Marrickville, Marrickville Area - Flourish Australia has an exciting opportunity for a Peer Worker or Mental Health Worker to join our Sydney teams The position available is: Ongoing full-time (76 hours/fortnight) Working a rotating roster including evening and weekend shifts Working between our Marrickville and Surry Hills offices Level 3 on the Flourish Australia Enterprise Agreement (2018) equivalent to $36.00 - $38.60p/h super tax-free salary packaging About the Opportunity As a Mental Health Worker or Peer Worker , you will support people accessing our services who have a lived experience of mental health issues to achieve their hopes and dreams. You will play an important part in assisting people to maintain wellness and realise their goals. On a day to day basis you will: Listen to and create opportunities and activities that meet the interests and goals of people. Encourage shared learning experiences, and support skill development at every opportunity through self-directed learning, information and education. Ensure that individual support is provided to a person that accesses Flourish Australia services that meet their recovery journey goals and is strengths based and led by the person wherever possible. Be ‘hands on’ and involved in direct service delivery. We value lived experience and believe peer support is a powerful part of the mental health recovery journey. Therefore, our Peer Worker roles are for those willing to use their lived experience and personal recovery to mentor people with a lived experience of a mental health issue. You will use your lived experience to inform and contribute to staff learning, service understanding, and delivering person-led, strengths focused, recovery based service. For more information about what it means to be a Peer Worker with Flourish Australia, please review the Position Description and the Peer Worker information statement “What You Should Consider Before Becoming A Peer Worker”. For more information on the Mental Health Worker role, please read the Position Description . Please note - Successful candidates must maintain a Class C drivers license and proof of comprehensive insurance must be provided when required. You may be directed to use your private motor vehicle in the course of performing your duties when an organisational pool motor vehicle is unavailable. You will receive the Travelling Transport and Fares Allowance when using your private vehicle for work related purposes. Who we are Flourish Australia is one of Australia’s most experienced community mental health organisations. Our purpose is to support people to flourish, believe in their futures, and become contributing members of the community. Our services are comprehensive and highly personalised because each person’s experience will be different and their needs, as an individual, are unique. Together we set goals, connect individuals with the right people, support services and opportunities to meet their needs. Our positions are open to all suitably qualified applicants . We have a strong commitment to the participation of people with lived experience of mental health issues in our workforce. We value diversity and encourage applications from suitably qualified people from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander backgrounds, people from Culturally and Linguistically Diverse communities, LGBTQ communities and mature age candidates. Selection Criteria Essential: A Certificate IV or above in a relevant field OR a minimum of 2-years full-time experience working in the human services field (as recognised by Flourish Australia). A strong commitment to recovery-based practice in the workplace. Understanding of the challenges faced by people with a lived experience of a mental health issue. Demonstrated alignment to Flourish Australia’s values. Understanding of, and ability to effectively use, Microsoft Office and knowledge of data information management systems. Maintain a current Australian Driver’s Licence. For further information, please contact James Austin, Manager. E. james.austinflourishaustralia.org.au (please do not email applications) The Benefits Flourish Australia recognises and values its people as demonstrated by: Level 3 (SCHCADS) on the Flourish Australia Enterprise Agreement (2018) Tax-free Salary Packaging available up to $15,900 Vehicle Mileage Allowance Generous leave provisions including 17.5% leave loading 2 additional days of personal leave extra day paid leave over Christmas/New Year paid parental leave Family-friendly and flexible working conditions Opportunities for career progression, professional development and training such as Mental Health First Aid and ASIST Employee Assistance Program for confidential wellbeing support Inclusive initiatives such as our Rainbow Network and YarnUp for Aboriginal and Torres Strait islander staff Exclusive personal Fleet pricing discounts with our preferred automotive supplier Employee discounts at 400 popular retailers (Woolworths, Expedia, Myer, Kmart etc) All appointments with Flourish Australia's Mental Health Services are subject to an NDIS Worker Screening clearance, a National Criminal History Check, a WWCC, previous employment reference checks, satisfactory Australian residency status and other background checks. All successful applicants will be asked to provide evidence they are fully vaccinated against COVID-19 (including booster) prior to commencement, inline with Flourish Australia’s Vaccination Policy. How to Apply To apply for this position, please complete all the questions asked. You will then be required to attach a copy of your resume on the following page, we encourage you to have your resume up-to-date and available before you commence the application. Applications close 5pm, 13th of May. Apply now • Mon, 29 AprFlourish Australia
Road Workers » Ballarat Region, Victoria - Casual/Full time hours Opportunity for an ongoing role for the right candidate PPE supplied & maintained annually Skillinvest is currently seeking an experienced Road Worker to join one of Victoria's leading road maintenance providers. Based at the Ballarat Depot, you will be responsible for routine road maintenance throughout the Goldfields region. We are seeking an individual who enjoys physical outdoor work, operating power tools & machinery, and is willing to learn. Duties will include General Labouring Compacting, leveling, and spreading of materials to form roads Routine Maintenance Truck driving Removal of obstructions Required for overtime and after hours call outs Essential Skills White Card Able to pass Pre-Employment Medical and D&A Screening Preferred Skills & Experience Medium Rigid Truck Licence Traffic Management Certificate or willingness to attain Plant operator's competency Current First Aid Certificate Experience in a similar role advantageous What is on Offer? This is a great opportunity to join a well-established business and gain exposure to a variety of projects within the Civil Construction industry. Due to the nature of the role, there will be requirements to travel locally & attend call outs to service urgent road incidents. Although ideally seeking an individual with existing experience, if you have an exceptional attitude & strong work ethics, upskilling and training is available for the right candidate To discuss this opportunity further, contact Nathan Keel on 0408 109 324. Applications closing ASAP. TO APPLY: Written applications including a resume and cover letter to be submitted by clicking apply now. Skillinvest is an equal opportunity employer • Mon, 29 AprSkillinvest
Peer Worker or Mental Health Worker » Australia - Use your passion for mental health and play a key role in supporting people people to achieve their recovery goals Flourish Australia has an exciting opportunity for a Peer Worker or Mental Health Worker to join our dedicated Tamworth team The position available is: Full-time (76 hours per fortnight) Based in Tamworth Working a 24/7 rotating roster including weekend, evening and night shifts Level 3 on the Flourish Australia Enterprise Agreement (2018) equivalent to $36.00 - $38.60p/h 11% Super Tax-Free Benefits About the Opportunity As a Mental Health Worker or Peer Worker, you will support people accessing our services who have a lived experience of mental health issues to achieve their hopes and dreams. You will play an important part in assisting people to maintain wellness and realise their goals. On a day to day basis you will: Listen to and create opportunities and activities that meet the interests and goals of people. Encourage shared learning experiences, and support skill development at every opportunity through self-directed learning, information and education. Ensure that individual support is provided to a person that accesses Flourish Australia services that meet their recovery journey goals and is strengths based and led by the person wherever possible. Be 'hands on' and involved in direct service delivery. We value lived experience and believe peer support is a powerful part of the mental health recovery journey. Therefore, our Peer Worker roles are for those willing to use their lived experience and personal recovery to mentor people with a lived experience of a mental health issue. You will use your lived experience to inform and contribute to staff learning, service understanding, and delivering person-led, strengths focused, recovery based service. For more information about what it means to be a Peer Worker with Flourish Australia, please review the • Sat, 27 AprFlourish Australia
Peer Workers and Mental Health Workers » Australia - Walk alongside people on their mental health recovery journeys and support them to achieve their hopes and dreams Flourish Australia has multiple exciting opportunities for Peer Workers and Mental Health Workers to join our dedicated Queanbeyan team The positions available are: Ongoing Full time (76 hours/fortnight) Based at Queanbeyan Working a rotating roster Attractive hourly rates equivalent to SCHCADS Level 3 $36-$38.60/hour 11% Super Tax-Free Salary Packaging About the Opportunities As a Mental Health Worker or Peer Worker, you will support people accessing our services who have a lived experience of mental health issues to achieve their hopes and dreams. You will play an important part in assisting people to maintain wellness and realise their goals. On a day to day basis you will: Listen to and create opportunities and activities that meet the interests and goals of people. Encourage shared learning experiences, and support skill development at every opportunity through self-directed learning, information and education. Ensure that individual support is provided to a person that accesses Flourish Australia services that meet their recovery journey goals and is strengths based and led by the person wherever possible. Be 'hands on' and involved in direct service delivery. We value lived experience and believe peer support is a powerful part of the mental health recovery journey. Therefore, our Peer Worker roles are for those willing to use their lived experience and personal recovery to mentor people with a lived experience of a mental health issue. You will use your lived experience to inform and contribute to staff learning, service understanding, and delivering person-led, strengths focused, recovery based service. For more information about what it means to be a Peer Worker with Flourish Australia, please review the • Sat, 27 AprFlourish Australia
Peer Workers and Mental Health Workers » Australia - Walk alongside people on their mental health recovery journeys and support them to achieve their hopes and dreams Flourish Australia has multiple exciting opportunities for Peer Workers and Mental Health Workers to join our Queensland teams The positions available are: Full-time (Based at Caboolture) Part-time (Based at Caboolture, working 53 hours per fortnight) Casual (Based Caboolture or Hervey Bay) Working a rotating roster including weekend & evening shifts Attractive hourly rates equivalent to $36.00-$38.60/hour Super 25% loading for casuals About the Opportunities As a Mental Health Worker or Peer Worker, you will support people accessing our services who have a lived experience of mental health issues to achieve their hopes and dreams. You will play an important part in assisting people to maintain wellness and realise their goals. On a day to day basis you will: Listen to and create opportunities and activities that meet the interests and goals of people. Encourage shared learning experiences, and support skill development at every opportunity through self-directed learning, information and education. Ensure that individual support is provided to a person that accesses Flourish Australia services that meet their recovery journey goals and is strengths based and led by the person wherever possible. Be 'hands on' and involved in direct service delivery. We value lived experience and believe peer support is a powerful part of the mental health recovery journey. Therefore, our Peer Worker roles are for those willing to use their lived experience and personal recovery to mentor people with a lived experience of a mental health issue. You will use your lived experience to inform and contribute to staff learning, service understanding, and delivering person-led, strengths focused, recovery based service. For more information about what it means to be a Peer Worker with Flourish Australia, please review the • Sat, 27 AprFlourish Australia
Process Workers » Braeside, Kingston Area - Elite Staffing Solutions is a specialist recruitment and labour hire services provider recognised for our expertise and success in providing businesses with a flexible, motivated and performance-based workforce within the Australian marketplace. We are currently looking for Process workers for our clients South East. Based on your performance, there would be opportunities for these roles to become permanent. Available shifts include: Day and Afternoon Shift Our ideal candidate would look like this:- Ability to work in a fast paced environment. Ideally have at least 3 months experience in packing work in food manufacturing. Have their own transport . Be available immediately. Experience in Food GMP environments Must live in Australia Duties will include but are not limited to: Packing of products Sorting of products Quality control Labelling All roles are ongoing and for immediate start Join the Elite Staffing community and work for a company who values your safety and wellbeing. If you value yourself to be hardworking, a teamplayer and committed to delivering a professional job at work, feel free to APPLY NOW • Sat, 27 AprElite Staffing Solutions Pty Ltd
Key Worker » Liverpool, Liverpool Area - Job Description We are looking for allied health professionals or Early Childhood Educators who are passionate about reaching outcomes for children and families. Are you experienced in working with children aged 0-9 years, particularly operating within a key worker and multidisciplinary model? Are you looking to work for a thriving business where your passion, expertise and desire to excel will be valued? We are flexible in relation to the background of a suitable person for this role, apart from a minimum of an undergraduate qualification in occupational therapy or physiotherapy or speech pathology or early childhood education is an essential requirement. You will be putting your exceptional skills to use as you Assist with projects which improve clinical practice and service delivery Manage an allocated caseload and complete therapeutic services in a timely manner Deliver much needed Early Childhood Intervention (ECI) services to participants within schools, homes and the community Provide therapeutic interventions that are evidence-based and help participants get more out of life Collaborate within the multidisciplinary team Maintain awareness of current NDIS legislation to ensure compliance We offer: Perm, Part time position – You can select the days (PPT only, 3 days per week) that work best for you as an individual Excellent remuneration – Industry leading salary car allowance laptop smartphone financial incentives for reaching and exceeding targets salary packaging options Work life balance – Combine the convenience of working from home with the social interaction of working in the community as well as the support of office and clinic hours Career progression – Access to ongoing training tailored to your interests and long-term goals combined with professional development opportunities through Ability Action Australia and our parent company MedHealth Passionate and uplifting culture – You will be part of a purpose and values driven team focused on delivering outstanding service to our clients Excellent training and clinical excellence supports • Thu, 25 AprAbility Action Australia
Peer Worker or Mental Health Worker » Tamworth, Tamworth Region - Use your passion for mental health and play a key role in supporting people people to achieve their recovery goals Flourish Australia has an exciting opportunity for a Peer Worker or Mental Health Worker to join our dedicated Tamworth team The position available is: Full-time (76 hours per fortnight) Based in Tamworth Working a 24/7 rotating roster including weekend, evening and night shifts Level 3 on the Flourish Australia Enterprise Agreement (2018) equivalent to $36.00 - $38.60p/h 11% Super Tax-Free Benefits About the Opportunity As a Mental Health Worker or Peer Worker , you will support people accessing our services who have a lived experience of mental health issues to achieve their hopes and dreams. You will play an important part in assisting people to maintain wellness and realise their goals. On a day to day basis you will: Listen to and create opportunities and activities that meet the interests and goals of people. Encourage shared learning experiences, and support skill development at every opportunity through self-directed learning, information and education. Ensure that individual support is provided to a person that accesses Flourish Australia services that meet their recovery journey goals and is strengths based and led by the person wherever possible. Be ‘hands on’ and involved in direct service delivery. We value lived experience and believe peer support is a powerful part of the mental health recovery journey. Therefore, our Peer Worker roles are for those willing to use their lived experience and personal recovery to mentor people with a lived experience of a mental health issue. You will use your lived experience to inform and contribute to staff learning, service understanding, and delivering person-led, strengths focused, recovery based service. For more information about what it means to be a Peer Worker with Flourish Australia, please review the Position Description and the Peer Worker information statement “What You Should Consider Before Becoming A Peer Worker”. For more information on the Mental Health Worker role, please read the Position Description . Please note - Successful candidates must maintain a Class C drivers license and proof of comprehensive insurance must be provided when required. You may be directed to use your private motor vehicle in the course of performing your duties when an organisational pool motor vehicle is unavailable. You will receive the Travelling Transport and Fares Allowance when using your private vehicle for work related purposes. Who we are Flourish Australia is one of Australia’s most experienced community mental health organisations. Our purpose is to support people to flourish, believe in their futures, and become contributing members of the community. Our services are comprehensive and highly personalised because each person’s experience will be different and their needs, as an individual, are unique. Together we set goals, connect individuals with the right people, support services and opportunities to meet their needs. Our positions are open to all suitably qualified applicants . We have a strong commitment to the participation of people with lived experience of mental health issues in our workforce. We value diversity and encourage applications from suitably qualified people from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander backgrounds, people from Culturally and Linguistically Diverse communities, LGBTQ communities and mature age candidates. Selection Criteria Essential: A Certificate IV or above in a relevant field OR a minimum of 2-years full-time experience working in the human services field (as recognised by Flourish Australia). A strong commitment to recovery-based practice in the workplace. Understanding of the challenges faced by people with a lived experience of a mental health issue. Demonstrated alignment to Flourish Australia’s values. Understanding of, and ability to effectively use, Microsoft Office and knowledge of data information management systems. Maintain a current Australian Driver’s Licence. For further information, please contact Jessica Donnelly, Manager. E: jessica.donnellyflourishaustralia.org.au (please do not email applications). The Benefits Flourish Australia recognises and values its people as demonstrated by: Level 3 (SCHCADS) on the Flourish Australia Enterprise Agreement (2018) Tax-free Salary Packaging available up to $15,900 Generous leave provisions including 17.5% leave loading 2 additional days of personal leave extra day paid leave over Christmas/New Year paid parental leave Family-friendly and flexible working conditions Opportunities for career progression, professional development and training such as Mental Health First Aid and ASIST Employee Assistance Program for confidential wellbeing support Inclusive initiatives such as our Rainbow Network and YarnUp for Aboriginal and Torres Strait islander staff Exclusive personal Fleet pricing discounts with our preferred automotive supplier Employee discounts at 400 popular retailers (Woolworths, Expedia, Myer, Kmart etc) All appointments with Flourish Australia's Mental Health Services are subject to an NDIS Worker Screening clearance, a National Criminal History Check, a WWCC, previous employment reference checks, satisfactory Australian residency status and other background checks. All successful applicants will be asked to provide evidence they are fully vaccinated against COVID-19 (including booster) prior to commencement, inline with Flourish Australia’s Vaccination Policy. How to Apply To apply for this position, please complete all the questions asked. You will then be required to attach a copy of your resume on the following page, we encourage you to have your resume up-to-date and available before you commence the application. Applications close 5pm, 23rd May 2024. Apply now • Wed, 24 AprFlourish Australia
Support Workers / Disability Support Workers » Brisbane CBD, Brisbane - Multiple Opportunities for Support Workers Brisbane North to assist our clients to live independent. Casual role on a fixed fortnightly roster. Support Workers / Disability Support Workers Bowen Hill, Newstead, Lutwyche, Stafford, Aspley, Taigum, Bardon Arana Hills, Enoggera, Teneriffe Proudly not for profit and in operation for over 60 years, Spinal Life Australia provides you with the opportunity to make a real difference in someone’s life. When starting a career at Spinal Life, you’ll be joining a well-established team of health care workers, activists, researchers, volunteers, and friends all committed to changing the way disability is seen and creating a fairer Australia. Our clients are at the heart of our organisation and your role as a Support Worker is vital in maintaining this relationship. About The role: Assisting clients/customers transferring in and out of bed, wheelchairs, using hoists when required Showering, bathing, dressing, personal grooming, and dental hygiene Personal care, including toileting, bladder, and bowel management Basic wound care and self-medication Domestic support such as meal preparation, general household cleaning and laundry Community access such as driving to appointments and social activities A variety of shifts available across 7 days. Shifts times and length of shifts will vary from client to client, throughout the morning, afternoon, evening, as well as some overnights. About You: No experience is required as full industry training is provided as well as ongoing training and support. You will need a current NDIS Workers Screening Card and a Working with Children Check (Blue Card) or be willing to apply for one. You will also need to complete the free online NDIS Worker Orientation Module A current Australian driver’s licence is essential, your own vehicle is beneficial, and a smartphone device is also a requirement. You will need to be physically capable of constant lifting, bending, and carrying It is critical that you have a positive attitude, and the ability to empathetically relate to others Available for casual employment Apply now and you'll enjoy all the benefits and career possibilities Spinal Life Australia has to offer. For any enquiries on this opportunity please call Katrina on 07 3435 3262. Visit our website www.spinal.com.au for more information about what we do, our customers, and our staff. • Wed, 24 AprSpinal Life Australia
Process Worker » Stanhope, Campaspe Area - Recruitment Select are seeking Process Line workers to join the team at a highly reputable processing company located in 40 minutes out of Shepparton. Our Client offers shift hours and works 24/7 around the clock. The role of the Process Workers will be on a Casual basis across day and afternoon shifts varying between 25 to 40 hours per week. Work within a friendly team environment and be rewarded with competitive rates. The successful applicant will possess the following attributes: Previous experience in a working in process environment or similar Have a current drivers licence and reliable transport Excellent verbal communication skills. The ability to work well in a team. Be physically fit to work in a fast paced environment. Flexibility to work across both shifts and be available at short notice at times. Forklift license would be an advantage For further enquiries please phone Adele on 0407 892182 If you think this is the role for you, please submit an application letter and detailed resume with at least two employment references to sheppartonrecruitmentselect.com.au or via 'QUICK APPLY' Please Note: Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted. • Tue, 23 AprRecruitment Select
Process Worker » Mount Druitt, Blacktown Area - At Impact we have a team of passionate recruitment experts who enjoy challenging the norm. We have fun with our recruitment process, getting to know you, as you are We hone in on what it is you are looking for in your next venture, tasks you are good at, what gets you ticking and try to match this with the right eco system for you to flourish in. Our services don't stop there, we provide ongoing support and regular contact with our field team. Ready to take the next step in your career with Impact? In return we are seeking team players who are optimistic, reliable and keen to work If this is aligning, then, please read on About the role We are looking for experienced Process Workers to work the day and afternoon shift assigned to an established manufacturer of all gardening products Your role will consist of: Working on a process line Packing goods at the end of a production line Loading and unloading pallets Working on Fast Lines Benefits and perks Aside from working with a recruitment agency that gives a damn, available for support and celebrates your successes with you, you can expect: Great team environment with a supportive management team. Well established company with an opportunity for permanent work. Convenient on-site parking To be considered for this role: Must be able to lift up to 15 Kgs repeatedly Must have experience as a process worker in a fast paced environment Must have a reliable work history The ability to contribute positively to our already established team culture Available for both shifts preferable Now you have read the specs, If this still sounds like a match, Please, Introduce yourself by applying today Or, Feel free to give us a call on 1300 004 672 for a confidential discussion. Upon applying to this advert, you will receive an email invitation from our Virtual Assistant, Ellie. She will guide you through essential screening questions related to the role. Completing this step will fast track your application to the next stage. Kindly note that we value the time taken by all applicants for this position. However, only shortlisted candidates will be contacted due to time constraints. • Tue, 23 AprImpact HR Group
Peer Workers and Mental Health Workers » Queanbeyan, Queanbeyan Area - Walk alongside people on their mental health recovery journeys and support them to achieve their hopes and dreams Flourish Australia has multiple exciting opportunities for Peer Workers and Mental Health Workers to join our dedicated Queanbeyan team The positions available are: Ongoing Full time (76 hours/fortnight) Based at Queanbeyan Working a rotating roster Attractive hourly rates equivalent to SCHCADS Level 3 $36-$38.60 /hour 11% Super Tax-Free Salary Packaging About the Opportunities As a Mental Health Worker or Peer Worker , you will support people accessing our services who have a lived experience of mental health issues to achieve their hopes and dreams. You will play an important part in assisting people to maintain wellness and realise their goals. On a day to day basis you will: Listen to and create opportunities and activities that meet the interests and goals of people. Encourage shared learning experiences, and support skill development at every opportunity through self-directed learning, information and education. Ensure that individual support is provided to a person that accesses Flourish Australia services that meet their recovery journey goals and is strengths based and led by the person wherever possible. Be ‘hands on’ and involved in direct service delivery. We value lived experience and believe peer support is a powerful part of the mental health recovery journey. Therefore, our Peer Worker roles are for those willing to use their lived experience and personal recovery to mentor people with a lived experience of a mental health issue. You will use your lived experience to inform and contribute to staff learning, service understanding, and delivering person-led, strengths focused, recovery based service. For more information about what it means to be a Peer Worker with Flourish Australia, please review the Position Description and the Peer Worker information statement “What You Should Consider Before Becoming A Peer Worker”. For more information on the Mental Health Worker role, please read the Position Description . Please note - Successful candidates must maintain a Class C drivers license and proof of comprehensive insurance must be provided when required. You may be directed to use your private motor vehicle in the course of performing your duties when an organisational pool motor vehicle is unavailable. You will receive the Travelling Transport and Fares Allowance when using your private vehicle for work related purposes. • Mon, 22 AprFlourish Australia
Peer Workers and Mental Health Workers » Caboolture, Caboolture Area - Walk alongside people on their mental health recovery journeys and support them to achieve their hopes and dreams Flourish Australia has multiple exciting opportunities for Peer Workers and Mental Health Workers to join our Queensland teams The positions available are: Full-time (Based at Caboolture) Part-time (Based at Caboolture, working 53 hours per fortnight) Casual (Based Caboolture or Hervey Bay) Working a rotating roster including weekend & evening shifts Attractive hourly rates equivalent to $36.00-$38.60 /hour Super 25% loading for casuals About the Opportunities As a Mental Health Worker or Peer Worker , you will support people accessing our services who have a lived experience of mental health issues to achieve their hopes and dreams. You will play an important part in assisting people to maintain wellness and realise their goals. On a day to day basis you will: Listen to and create opportunities and activities that meet the interests and goals of people. Encourage shared learning experiences, and support skill development at every opportunity through self-directed learning, information and education. Ensure that individual support is provided to a person that accesses Flourish Australia services that meet their recovery journey goals and is strengths based and led by the person wherever possible. Be ‘hands on’ and involved in direct service delivery. We value lived experience and believe peer support is a powerful part of the mental health recovery journey. Therefore, our Peer Worker roles are for those willing to use their lived experience and personal recovery to mentor people with a lived experience of a mental health issue. You will use your lived experience to inform and contribute to staff learning, service understanding, and delivering person-led, strengths focused, recovery based service. For more information about what it means to be a Peer Worker with Flourish Australia, please review the Position Description and the Peer Worker information statement “What You Should Consider Before Becoming A Peer Worker”. For more information on the Mental Health Worker role, please read the Position Description . Please note - Successful candidates must maintain a Class C drivers license and proof of comprehensive insurance must be provided when required. You may be directed to use your private motor vehicle when an organisational pool motor vehicle is unavailable. You will receive the Travelling Transport and Fares Allowance when using your private vehicle for work related purposes. Who we are Flourish Australia is one of Australia’s most experienced community mental health organisations. Our purpose is to support people to flourish, believe in their futures, and become contributing members of the community. • Mon, 22 AprFlourish Australia
Support Worker » Manoora, Cairns - Point Care is a dedicated to enhancing the lives of people with disabilities. Position Summary: provide support to clients in accordance with their NDIS plan. Assist clients with daily living activities, such as eating, dressing, bathing and grooming. Provide transportation assistance to clients. Provide respite care to clients and their families. Keep accurate and up to date records or clients' care plans and progress. Communicate effectively with clients, their families, and other members of the care team. Follow health and safety regulations to ensure the safety and well-being of clients. Participate in ongoing professional development to stay current with latest developments and best practices in the NDIS field. Requirements A minimum of high school or equivalent. Certificate 2 or 4 in individual support or willing to work towards completion(highly regarded). Lived experience or paid experience working with people with disability. Day shift, night shifts, sleepovers and weekends. Strong understanding of the NDIS and its guidelines. Understanding of health and safety regulations. Ability to work with a diverse client base, understanding the different support needs of clients based on their abilities, cultural backgrounds, and language requirements. Basic care and first aid skills. Strong computer skills, including proficiency in microsoft office suite. Benefits Access to ongoing training and development opportunities. Very supportive Management Team. Sense of purpose and fulfillment. Opportunities to learn and grow. • Mon, 22 AprPoint Care Pty Ltd.
Support Worker » Gympie, Gympie Area - Point Care is a dedicated to enhancing the lives of people with disabilities. Position Summary: provide support to clients in accordance with their NDIS plan. Assist clients with daily living activities, such as eating, dressing, bathing and grooming. Provide transportation assistance to clients. Provide respite care to clients and their families. Keep accurate and up to date records or clients' care plans and progress. Communicate effectively with clients, their families, and other members of the care team. Follow health and safety regulations to ensure the safety and well-being of clients. Participate in ongoing professional development to stay current with latest developments and best practices in the NDIS field. Requirements A minimum of high school or equivalent. Certificate 2 or 4 in individual support or willing to work towards completion(highly regarded). Lived experience or paid experience working with people with disability. Day shift, night shifts, sleepovers and weekends. Strong understanding of the NDIS and its guidelines. Understanding of health and safety regulations. Ability to work with a diverse client base, understanding the different support needs of clients based on their abilities, cultural backgrounds, and language requirements. Basic care and first aid skills. Strong computer skills, including proficiency in microsoft office suite. Benefits Access to ongoing training and development opportunities. Very supportive Management Team. Sense of purpose and fulfillment. Opportunities to learn and grow. • Mon, 22 AprPoint Care Pty Ltd.
Support Worker » Frenchville, Rockhampton - Point Care is a dedicated to enhancing the lives of people with disabilities. Position Summary: provide support to clients in accordance with their NDIS plan. Assist clients with daily living activities, such as eating, dressing, bathing and grooming. Provide transportation assistance to clients. Provide respite care to clients and their families. Keep accurate and up to date records or clients' care plans and progress. Communicate effectively with clients, their families, and other members of the care team. Follow health and safety regulations to ensure the safety and well-being of clients. Participate in ongoing professional development to stay current with latest developments and best practices in the NDIS field. Requirements A minimum of high school or equivalent. Certificate 2 or 4 in individual support or willing to work towards completion(highly regarded). Lived experience or paid experience working with people with disability. Day shift, night shifts, sleepovers and weekends. Strong understanding of the NDIS and its guidelines. Understanding of health and safety regulations. Ability to work with a diverse client base, understanding the different support needs of clients based on their abilities, cultural backgrounds, and language requirements. Basic care and first aid skills. Strong computer skills, including proficiency in microsoft office suite. Benefits Access to ongoing training and development opportunities. Very supportive Management Team. Sense of purpose and fulfillment. Opportunities to learn and grow. • Mon, 22 AprPoint Care Pty Ltd.
CHEF » Craigieburn, Hume Area - Degani Craigieburn (TEJ MIND FAMILY TRUST) are seeking a CHEF with excellent attention to detail to join their kitchen team on a full time basis.This is for a full time role with an annual salary between $70,000 and $80,000 plus superannuation We currently have an opportunity for an energetic team player to join the team as a Chef. Working behind the scenes, your contribution to the team is vital to the successful operation of the kitchen. You will enjoy working in an energetic kitchen team that prides itself on presenting quality food to our customers. You will thrive in a fast paced kitchen environment and have the ability to work efficiently and pro-actively. Your Main Duties and Responsibilities will include, however are not limited to: Plan, direct, and supervise the food preparation and cooking activities Determine how food should be presented, and create decorative food displays Determine production schedules & staff requirements necessary to ensure delivery of services Estimate amounts and costs of required supplies, such as food and ingredients Inspect supplies, equipment, and work areas to ensure conformance to established standards Instruct cooks and other workers in the preparation, cooking, garnishing & presentation of food Monitor sanitation practices to ensure that employees follow standards and regulations Order or requisition food and other supplies needed to ensure efficient operation Analyse recipes to assign prices to menu items, based on food, labour, and overhead costs Arrange for equipment purchases and repairs Meet with sales representatives in order to negotiate prices and order supplies Prepared and cook food of all types, either on a regular basis or for special guests or functions Supervise and coordinate activities of cooks and workers engaged in food preparation Collaborate with other personnel to plan and develop recipes and menus, taking into account such factors as seasonal availability of ingredients and the likely number of customers Check the quality of raw and cooked food products to ensure that standards are met Check the quantity and quality of received products Demonstrate new cooking techniques and equipment to staff Record production and operational data on specified forms To be successful in this role, you will possess: At least 2-3 years’ experience working in a busy kitchen environment; Commercial Cookery Trade Qualification-Minimum Certificate IV in Cookery; Previous function catering experience; Fantastic communication skills; Strong attention to detail; A good level of physical fitness as the role entails lifting and carrying kitchen items; Positive attitude and the ability to work well under pressure; Strong commitment to your customers and team and; Passion and enthusiasm for delivering the best food service for our customers. You will be punctual, have a strong work ethic and a positive and happy attitude to work. You are required to be flexible and reliable as you will need to be available to work as required including nights, weekends and public holidays. • Mon, 22 AprDegani Craigieburn
Peer Workers and Mental Health Workers » Australia - Walk alongside people on their mental health recovery journeys and support them to achieve their hopes and dreams Flourish Australia has multiple exciting opportunities for Peer Workers and Mental Health Workers to join our Dubbo team The positions available are: Casual Based at Dubbo Level 3 on the Flourish Australia Enterprise Agreement (2018) equivalent to $36.00-$38.60/hour 11% Super 25% loading for casuals About the Opportunities As a Mental Health Worker or Peer Worker, you will support people accessing our services who have a lived experience of mental health issues to achieve their hopes and dreams. You will play an important part in assisting people to maintain wellness and realise their goals. On a day to day basis you will: Listen to and create opportunities and activities that meet the interests and goals of people. Encourage shared learning experiences, and support skill development at every opportunity through self-directed learning, information and education. Ensure that individual support is provided to a person that accesses Flourish Australia services that meet their recovery journey goals and is strengths based and led by the person wherever possible. Be 'hands on' and involved in direct service delivery. We value lived experience and believe peer support is a powerful part of the mental health recovery journey. Therefore, our Peer Worker roles are for those willing to use their lived experience and personal recovery to mentor people with a lived experience of a mental health issue. You will use your lived experience to inform and contribute to staff learning, service understanding, and delivering person-led, strengths focused, recovery based service. For more information about what it means to be a Peer Worker with Flourish Australia, please review the • Fri, 19 AprFlourish Australia
Support Worker » Brisbane, Brisbane Region - To be Successful: Certificate III or IV qualification in a relevant field such as Individual Support or Disability Fully Vaccinated (3 x Covid shots, Flu Vaccination, Proof of immunity towards Whooping cough, measles, HepB and chicken pox) Full Working rights and access to a car with a full Australian driver's license Currently hold or willing to obtain a National Police Check 6 months plus paid experience in providing care and support to individuals with a range of needs What We Offer: Competitive salary, we pay more because you deserve it We give you the opportunity to say no to shifts or roles - there's no pressure Comprehensive training and development opportunities Supportive and friendly working environment Rewarding and fulfilling work Who are we looking for: We have a high demand for enthusiastic and compassionate part time support workers to join our team in Brisbane and surrounding suburbs. You will be responsible for providing practical and emotional support to individuals with a range of needs, including but not limited to, disabilities, mental health conditions, and elderly care. Key Responsibilities: Support individuals with daily living tasks such as personal care, meal preparation, and household chores Provide emotional support and companionship to individuals, ensuring their wellbeing and safety Assist individuals with their medication and attend medical appointments with them as required Promote independence and encourage individuals to achieve their goals and aspirations Maintain accurate records and document all activities in accordance with company policies and procedures Communicate effectively with other professionals involved in the individual's care, including family members, social workers, and healthcare professionals Attend regular team meetings and participate in training and development opportunities to enhance your skills and knowledge Other Requirements: Excellent communication and interpersonal skills NDIS Screening Check - not essential but highly desirable Australian driving license and access to a vehicle is highly desirable Empathy, compassion, and a positive attitude towards supporting others Ability to maintain confidentiality and respect individuals' privacy Knowledge of safeguarding procedures and willingness to follow company policies and procedures If you are passionate about supporting individuals and making a difference in their lives, we would love to hear from you. Please click apply or feel free to speak to member of our recruitment team on 03 9948 0888. ref • Thu, 18 AprOntime Health Agency Pty Ltd
Support Worker » Sydney, Sydney Region - To be Successful: Certificate III or IV qualification in a relevant field such as Individual Support or Disability Fully Vaccinated (3 x Covid shots, Flu Vaccination, Proof of immunity towards Whooping cough, measles, HepB and chicken pox) Full Working rights and access to a car with a full Australian driver's license Currently hold or willing to obtain a National Police Check 6 months plus paid experience in providing care and support to individuals with a range of needs What We Offer: Competitive salary, we pay more because you deserve it We give you the opportunity to say no to shifts or roles - there's no pressure Comprehensive training and development opportunities Supportive and friendly working environment Rewarding and fulfilling work Who are we looking for: We have a high demand for enthusiastic and compassionate part time support workers to join our team in Sydney and surrounding suburbs. You will be responsible for providing practical and emotional support to individuals with a range of needs, including but not limited to, disabilities, mental health conditions, and elderly care. Key Responsibilities: Support individuals with daily living tasks such as personal care, meal preparation, and household chores Provide emotional support and companionship to individuals, ensuring their wellbeing and safety Assist individuals with their medication and attend medical appointments with them as required Promote independence and encourage individuals to achieve their goals and aspirations Maintain accurate records and document all activities in accordance with company policies and procedures Communicate effectively with other professionals involved in the individual's care, including family members, social workers, and healthcare professionals Attend regular team meetings and participate in training and development opportunities to enhance your skills and knowledge Other Requirements: Excellent communication and interpersonal skills NDIS Screening Check - not essential but highly desirable Australian driving license and access to a vehicle is highly desirable Empathy, compassion, and a positive attitude towards supporting others Ability to maintain confidentiality and respect individuals' privacy Knowledge of safeguarding procedures and willingness to follow company policies and procedures If you are passionate about supporting individuals and making a difference in their lives, we would love to hear from you. Please click apply or feel free to speak to member of our recruitment team on 03 9948 0888. ref • Thu, 18 AprOntime Health Agency Pty Ltd
Factory Workers / Process Workers - Braeside » Braeside, Kingston Area - We are seeking several experienced Factory/Process Workers to join our busy food manufacturing clients in Braeside. The roles will involve working as an integral part of a team on fast-paced production lines performing a range of duties including sorting, quality control, packing products, and general production laboring work. These roles are working Monday to Friday. To be successful in this role you will be expected to have: Previous experience working in food manufacturing and/or on production lines Capable of lifting up to 20kg bags A high attention to detail Your own transport including a valid Driver's Licence Excellent personal presentation and good communication skills Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) This is a great opportunity to work with our reputable manufacturing companies with the potential of ongoing employment for the right candidates. If you believe you demonstrate the above skills, experience, and motivation, we encourage you to 'APPLY NOW'. joinblazestaffing • Thu, 18 AprBlaze Staffing Solutions Pty Ltd
Peer Workers and Mental Health Workers » Dubbo Area, Dubbo Region - Walk alongside people on their mental health recovery journeys and support them to achieve their hopes and dreams Flourish Australia has multiple exciting opportunities for Peer Workers and Mental Health Workers to join our Dubbo team The positions available are: Casual Based at Dubbo Level 3 on the Flourish Australia Enterprise Agreement (2018) equivalent to $36.00-$38.60 /hour 11% Super 25% loading for casuals About the Opportunities As a Mental Health Worker or Peer Worker , you will support people accessing our services who have a lived experience of mental health issues to achieve their hopes and dreams. You will play an important part in assisting people to maintain wellness and realise their goals. On a day to day basis you will: Listen to and create opportunities and activities that meet the interests and goals of people. Encourage shared learning experiences, and support skill development at every opportunity through self-directed learning, information and education. Ensure that individual support is provided to a person that accesses Flourish Australia services that meet their recovery journey goals and is strengths based and led by the person wherever possible. Be ‘hands on’ and involved in direct service delivery. We value lived experience and believe peer support is a powerful part of the mental health recovery journey. Therefore, our Peer Worker roles are for those willing to use their lived experience and personal recovery to mentor people with a lived experience of a mental health issue. You will use your lived experience to inform and contribute to staff learning, service understanding, and delivering person-led, strengths focused, recovery based service. For more information about what it means to be a Peer Worker with Flourish Australia, please review the Position Description and the Peer Worker information statement “What You Should Consider Before Becoming A Peer Worker”. For more information on the Mental Health Worker role, please read the Position Description . Please note - Successful candidates must maintain a Class C drivers license and proof of comprehensive insurance must be provided when required. You may be directed to use your private motor vehicle when an organisational pool motor vehicle is unavailable. You will receive the Travelling Transport and Fares Allowance when using your private vehicle for work related purposes. Who we are Flourish Australia is one of Australia’s most experienced community mental health organisations. Our purpose is to support people to flourish, believe in their futures, and become contributing members of the community. • Wed, 17 AprFlourish Australia
Support Workers » Ryde, Ryde Area - Why work with our client? Exciting Career opportunity. Seeking competent, passionate, Team-oriented personal care assistants looking to make a positive impact on the lives of our elders. If you are someone willing to assist in building a trusting professional relationship and help our elderly community enjoy the comfort of their own home, we would be delighted to hear from you. The organisation we are representing is looking for Personal Care Assistants based across the Inner Northern suburbs of Sydney. You will be responsible for providing structured care to the Elderly in an independent setting, by engaging clients in a way that helps them to achieve their individual goals, aspirations and participation in the community to become as independent as possible. You will support them in day-to-day tasks such as cleaning, personal hygiene, meal preparation, house cleaning, laundry & ironing. Providing care in accordance with their individualised Care Plan. Key duties: Assisting clients with general domestic cleaning duties (washing, cleaning, laundry, dishes) Assisting with general hygiene such as bathing, toileting, showering Meal preparation Assisting with daily living tasks You will have: A qualification such as Cert III Aged Care or Individual support or Disability An understanding of the Aged Care Sector Demonstrated ability to work autonomously and as part of a team. Great written and verbal communication Victorian driver's license and 3 rd party comprehensive car insurance First Aid and CPR Certificates You will also be willing to undergo police and Working with Children Checks, as well as provide 2 recent managerial references. Apply for this role today How to apply: To apply, follow the link provided or apply on our website Alternatively, email your resume to Tylar Joseph at tylar.josephtwrecruitment.com.au For any queries regarding the position or application process, contact Tylar Joseph on 02 9000 4093 TRADEWIND AUSTRALIA AND THE ORGANISATIONS WE REPRESENT ARE PROUD TO BE EQUAL OPPORTUNITIES EMPLOYERS. We welcome applications from people who reflect the diversity of the organisations we partner with, and the people they support. We encourage people of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander background and people with disability and lived experience to apply. • Wed, 17 AprTradewind Recruitment
Support Worker / Personal Care Worker » Nilma, Baw Baw Area - What you do matters Caring for our elders matters. You touch the lives of those you care for and their families. At the same time, you cherish small moments and celebrate life stories. At the same time, you need a team that cares for you Part-time, regular shifts, or flexible work hours that suit your other commitments like study, grandchildren, or school drop-offs to help you do your best - at work and at home. In-Home/Community Care Supporting our elders in their homes means you are one–on–one with clients. You could drop in to help with personal care or domestic duties in the morning or evening. Or keep clients connected to their community through activities they love - like walking, gardening, going out for a coffee or lunch, and transporting them to appointments. A typical day includes 2-4 client visits for 1-3 hours Monday to Friday. Why work with us? not–for-profit salary packaging advantages that give you more money in your pocket a mileage allowance when you travel between client homes paid training hours to build your skills digital devices to keep you connected and organised on the road potential for career growth within Benetas so that your story with us continues carer traineeships if you are not yet qualified dedicated experienced/senior carers to help induct and mentor you Not sure what salary packaging is? Put simply, a portion of your pay is deducted before tax to give you more take-home pay. Don’t worry, we use a salary packaging partner to guide you through this What we look for a genuine passion for caring for our elders able to work independently and as part of a team able to communicate and build rapport with clients in English (other languages can be helpful too) Cert III or higher in Individual Support or related studies (i.e. nursing) students studying Individual Support or related a reliable car and valid driver’s license a reliable vehicle with comprehensive insurance obtain first aid and CPR prior to joining able to obtain a police check prior to commencing with Benetas Not a qualified carer worker? We encourage you to apply and speak with us about entry-level opportunities. To work in Home Care, you will need to supply a recent police check, proof of vaccinations, and evidence of your certifications. We'll only ask you for these when we need them. General duties for unqualified staff: Assist with shopping and paying bills for clients unaccompanied Assist with Meal Preparation when required Mopping, dry mopping, vacuuming Cleaning bathroom (shower, vanity, mirror, toilet, bath) General cleaning/damp dusting of furniture and living areas Assist with washing (hanging out, folding clothes and linen, ironing) Making beds and changing bedding Follow tasks lists for each client, feedback information to office when this needs to be updated Duties for qualified staff (someone who holds cert 3 individual support/cert 3 aged care or equivalent): Assist with personal care duties (showering, washing, drying and dressing clients) Assist client’s accessing the community (shopping, transport, appointments) Complete respite with clients (some clients are able to go out into the community while other will be required to have respite at home) Assist with shopping and paying bills for clients unaccompanied Assist with Meal Preparation when required Mopping, dry mopping, vacuuming Cleaning bathroom (shower, vanity, mirror, toilet, bath) General cleaning/damp dusting of furniture and living areas Assist with washing (hanging out, folding clothes and linen, ironing) Making beds and changing bedding Follow tasks lists for each client, feedback information to office when this needs to be updated Apply today We are growing and want you to grow with us. Our elders are more than just their age. They are our historians, storytellers, comedians, parents, siblings, and friends. And, they deserve the best care possible – you. About us For more than 70 years, we have been active in the community to help older Victorians live their best lives. Today we have 1700 employees and volunteers and offer residential aged care, community health and home care, respite, and retirement living options. We always respect freedom of expression, act with integrity, include others, and bring energy and passion to our work. At the heart of our business is our 1000 carers that provide care across Victoria - from Gippsland to Melbourne, The Macedon Ranges, Bendigo, Shepparton, and Horsham. • Wed, 17 AprBenetas
Support Worker / Personal Care Worker » Ringwood North, Maroondah Area - What you do matters Caring for our elders matters. You touch the lives of those you care for and their families. At the same time, you cherish small moments and celebrate life stories. At the same time, you need a team that cares for you Part-time, regular shifts, or flexible work hours that suit your other commitments like study, grandchildren, or school drop-offs to help you do your best - at work and at home. In-Home/Community Care Supporting our elders in their homes means you are one–on–one with clients. You could drop in to help with personal care or domestic duties in the morning or evening. Or keep clients connected to their community through activities they love - like walking, gardening, going out for a coffee or lunch, and transporting them to appointments. A typical day includes 2-4 client visits for 1-3 hours Monday to Friday. Why work with us? not–for-profit salary packaging advantages that give you more money in your pocket a mileage allowance when you travel between client homes paid training hours to build your skills digital devices to keep you connected and organised on the road potential for career growth within Benetas so that your story with us continues carer traineeships if you are not yet qualified dedicated experienced/senior carers to help induct and mentor you Not sure what salary packaging is? Put simply, a portion of your pay is deducted before tax to give you more take-home pay. Don’t worry, we use a salary packaging partner to guide you through this What we look for a genuine passion for caring for our elders able to work independently and as part of a team able to communicate and build rapport with clients in English (other languages can be helpful too) Cert III or higher in Individual Support or related studies (i.e. nursing) students studying Individual Support or related a reliable car and valid driver’s license a reliable vehicle with comprehensive insurance obtain first aid and CPR prior to joining able to obtain a police check prior to commencing with Benetas Not a qualified carer worker? We encourage you to apply and speak with us about entry-level opportunities. To work in Home Care, you will need to supply a recent police check, proof of vaccinations, and evidence of your certifications. We'll only ask you for these when we need them. Duties for qualified staff (someone who holds cert 3 individual support/cert 3 aged care or equivalent): Assist with personal care duties (showering, washing, drying and dressing clients) Assist client’s accessing the community (shopping, transport, appointments) Complete respite with clients (some clients are able to go out into the community while other will be required to have respite at home) Assist with shopping and paying bills for clients unaccompanied Assist with Meal Preparation when required Mopping, dry mopping, vacuuming Cleaning bathroom (shower, vanity, mirror, toilet, bath) General cleaning/damp dusting of furniture and living areas Assist with washing (hanging out, folding clothes and linen, ironing) Making beds and changing bedding Follow tasks lists for each client, feedback information to office when this needs to be updated Apply today We are growing and want you to grow with us. Our elders are more than just their age. They are our historians, storytellers, comedians, parents, siblings, and friends. And, they deserve the best care possible – you. About us For more than 70 years, we have been active in the community to help older Victorians live their best lives. Today we have 1700 employees and volunteers and offer residential aged care, community health and home care, respite, and retirement living options. We always respect freedom of expression, act with integrity, include others, and bring energy and passion to our work. At the heart of our business is our 1000 carers that provide care across Victoria - from Gippsland to Melbourne, The Macedon Ranges, Bendigo, Shepparton, and Horsham. • Wed, 17 AprBenetas
Maintenance Worker » Mount Tarampa, Somerset Area - Who are we? The Greenmountain Group of businesses is Australia's largest family-owned and operated vertically integrated beef and veal production and processing operation. Greenmountain specializes in growing and sourcing naturally bred, naturally fed beef and veal to be processed at our modern export food processing establishment at Coominya in the Lockyer Valley of south-east Queensland. This role will have the successful applicant working with the maintenance team and be responsible for providing repair and maintenance services to the plant and equipment within and around our beef manufacturing factory. On offer: The opportunity to further develop your skills and professional development. Safety-focused work site Full-time employment on a rotating roster - 8-hour shifts Mon-Fri with paid overtime available, early morning, late afternoons and some weekend work required. Competitive remuneration package - $38 per hour, plus superannuation and paid meal breaks. Requirements: Trade qualification is required. Preferably Fitter/Turner Previous experience within a manufacturing plant, ideally food processing preferred not essential. Strong problem-solving skills, good communication, and work ethic. Packaging/coding/slicing equipment technician experience is highly regarded, please address this experience in your covering letter. Be positive, have a resilient attitude and the willingness to work autonomously and as part of a team. Must be C19 vaccinated and be willing to be vaccinated against Q-fever. Must be in Australia and have full working rights. To Apply: Please call our Coominya Office at (07) 5426 5000 or alternatively email your resume to sarahnealegreenmtf.com.au and a representative will be in contact to arrange a meeting. • Tue, 16 AprGreenmountain Food Processing
Support Worker » Bundall, Gold Coast - Care n Help Our organization focuses on helping people overcome the barriers of disability to enjoy a better quality of life. Our vision: Empower our clients to overcome barriers, to live their preferred lifestyle and be themselves without limit Our mission: The journey with us is one where our clients will always experience assurance, acceptance and accessibility Our values: Assurance, Acceptance, Accessible, Relationship-oriented and Accountability We are recruiting people with a similar passion for casual support worker roles. Salary: $ 32-36 per hour depending on experience and qualification. Job responsibilities: Support client with everyday living e.g. Personal care, washing, cleaning, laundry, preparing and cooking meals, shopping, etc. Facilitate community inclusion and participation based on client’s needs and preferences Assist with client’s physical and mobility requirements Demonstrate positive and professional behavior Promote and facilitate person-centered care Ensure the wellbeing and safety of the clients and perform the duty of care. Follow Care n Help policies and procedures. Requirements are: Certificate III/IV in disability or community support or equivalent qualification or equivalent experience Have the right to work in Australia Have current First Aid Certificate or CPR or equivalent Have driver license and access to an insured vehicle Have or willing to obtain a National Police check Empathy, respectful and integrity • Tue, 16 AprCare n Help
Peer Worker or Mental Health Worker » Australia - Use your passion for mental health to support people on their recovery journeys and help them realise their goals Flourish Australia has an exciting opportunity for a Peer Worker or Mental Health Worker to join our dedicated Young team The position available is: Full-time (76 hours/fortnight) Based in Young Working Monday to Friday across a rotating roster Attractive hourly rates equivalent to $36.00-$38.60/hour 11% Super Tax-Free Salary Packaging About the Opportunity As a Mental Health Worker or Peer Worker, you will work in the community to support people accessing our services who have a lived experience of mental health issues to achieve their hopes and dreams. You will play an important part in assisting people to maintain wellness and realise their goals. On a day to day basis you will: Listen to and create opportunities and activities that meet the interests and goals of people. Encourage shared learning experiences, and support skill development at every opportunity through self-directed learning, information and education. Ensure that individual support is provided to a person that accesses Flourish Australia services that meet their recovery journey goals and is strengths based and led by the person wherever possible. Be 'hands on' and involved in direct service delivery. We value lived experience and believe peer support is a powerful part of the mental health recovery journey. Therefore, our Peer Worker roles are for those willing to use their lived experience and personal recovery to mentor people with a lived experience of a mental health issue. You will use your lived experience to inform and contribute to staff learning, service understanding, and delivering person-led, strengths focused, recovery based service. For more information about what it means to be a Peer Worker with Flourish Australia, please review the • Mon, 15 AprFlourish Australia

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