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Lead Support Worker - Psychosocial
WA-Other Opportunity to further your experience in mental health Generous salary packaging options Part time, fixed term role until February 2022 What Interchange does: At Interchange, we create local communities for the Western Australian with disabilities that we support to belong. We are all peas from the same pod. Everyone Belongs. For 30 years, Interchange has been putting people at the centre of everything we do, including the people we support and our staff. Through individualised, local, community-based support we remove barriers, increase life choices, and empower people with disabilities to have meaningful relationships and connections. We live our values - respect, belonging, empowerment and individuality. These values impact everything that we do and how we think. Interchangers respect people and their life choices, shape communities so our people belong, empower our people to achieve their goals, and support their individuality.
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Teller Casual based in Karratha
WA-Other A great opportunity has come up for a casual teller to work for a bank in Karratha. Your new company This role is with one of Australia's leading top four banks. The bank is well recognised for consumer, business, and institutional banking. This Big 4 bank is one of Australia's oldest and most trusted banks. They are about helping Australia. This bank purpose in customer service is helping Australia succeed, by building deep relationships with clients, the community and being the place where people want to work. Your new role As a bank teller, you will be working in Karratha. You will be the first point of call for most of our branch-based customers. You will need to be confident in approaching customers in a friendly and engaging manner. You will be dealing with everyday banking needs to handling transactions, identifying banking and lending needs and being able to refer onto relevant personal banker or mortgage lender. What you'll need to succeed
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Project and Grants Officer
WA-Other PROJECT AND GRANTS OFFICER (FULL-TIME POSITION) An exciting opportunity exists for a professional to provide technical services to the Shire with primary responsibility and oversight of all aspects of project management and grants in line with Council's strategic goals and community aspirations. The position is based at the administration office located in Nyabing which is one of two towns within the Shire of Kent, a progressive rural local government in the Great Southern region of Western Australia. Applicants must have highly developed skills in project and contract management, and experience in grant application processes. Further requirements of the role include appropriate qualifications such as a Diploma of Project Management (or similar), or equivalent on the job experience in a project management role. Remuneration will be based on level 7 of the Local Government Industry Award 2020 with over award opportunities. To Apply
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Production Supervisor
WA-Other An exciting opportunity for an experienced Production Supervisor has arrived. (Kununurra based) Your new company An Australian based sandalwood company with a great vision and story. Your new role As the Production Supervisor you will be ensuring the processing, tracking and recording of harvested Indian Sandalwood from the Kununurra Plantations to the relevant locations. You will be responsible for managing a team of operators, maintaining accurate figures, data entry and volume. Key Responsibilities include: Ensure all tasks and duties are performed in a safe manner Ensure continual compliance to safety, regulatory and company policies Weekly reporting, processing and production reports Planning of production with harvest managers Plan and ensure processes to maximise efficiency, quality and quantity Undertake necessary training and development to ensure skills and knowledge are maintained. Manage production staff hours and overtime
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Food & Beverage Supervisor - Part-Time
WA-Other The Western Australian Golf Club, regarded as one of Perth's leading Private Golf Clubs located only 15 minutes north of Perth CBD is currently looking for a food and beverage supervisor to join our professional team. Reporting to the Clubhouse Operations Manager, the principal roles will be to oversee and manage the day to day running of the food and beverage operations for members as well as supervising weddings, conferences and corporate golf days. To fill this hand on position, the successful applicant should meet the following requirements: A minimum of two years experience in a similar role Be reliable, enthusiastic and punctual Excellent operational knowledge of all areas of food and beverage, including buffet, a la carte and bar Experience in functions and corporate days The ability to train and supervise a team Excellent time management skills and the ability to work under pressure Good communication skills Professional appearance
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Executive Assistant
WA-Other Experienced Executive Assistant required for a regional shire in the Goldfields region.6-12 months. Your new company Hays are currently working with a regional shire in the Goldfields/Esperance region who are looking for an experienced Executive Assistant to join their dynamic team on a 6-12-month contract. This position is open to applicants residing in the Goldfields region and offers living allowance as well as applicants based in Perth who are wanting to work remotely. Your new role Supporting the CEO and Deputy CEO at the Shire, you will be required to assist with the following requirements: Preparing agendas, minutes, meetings, registers, and action plans Research and analysis as required Assist in helping with policy reviews, promote new policies within the shire and assist with any training when necessary Coordinate key improvement projects Update the shire website Respond to council enquiries from residents when required
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Administration With A Twist - Work Remotely
WA-Other PERSONAL DEVELOPMENT COMPANY SEEKING MOTIVATED PROFESSIONALS We are a leading Personal Development, Success Coaching and Wealth Creation company, established in the industry for over 10 years with award-winning products. The industry is rapidly expanding, and we require a team of talented and motivated professionals who desire an increased level of freedom and earning, by establishing themselves online and earn very well for themselves, while enjoying a tremendous self-regulated lifestyle. The Perks: Work part-time or full-time - the choice is yours Work remotely from your laptop and phone No experience necessary Full training & support from experienced industry professionals Ongoing coaching & a personal mentor Simple 3-step business model Lucrative uncapped compensation plan About You: You are a confident communicator with a professional manner & positive outlook You are organised with good time management skills You are coachable and trainable with strong leadership skills
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Support Worker - Belmont & Maddington
WA-Other Rewarding career in community support work Join an organisation that empowers you to succeed Work for a values-based organisation What Interchange does: At Interchange, we create local communities for the Western Australian with disabilities that we support to belong. We are all peas from the same pod. Everyone Belongs. For 30 years, Interchange has been putting people at the centre of everything we do, including the people we support and our staff. Through individualised, local, community-based support we remove barriers, increase life choices, and empower people with disabilities to have meaningful relationships and connections. We live our values - respect, belonging, empowerment and individuality. These values impact everything that we do and how we think. Interchangers respect people and their life choices, shape communities so our people belong, empower our people to achieve their goals, and support their individuality.
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Support Worker - Rockingham and Mandurah
WA-Other Rewarding career in community support work Join an organisation that empowers you to succeed Work for a values-based organisation What Interchange does: At Interchange, we create local communities for the Western Australian with disabilities that we support to belong. We are all peas from the same pod. Everyone Belongs. For 30 years, Interchange has been putting people at the centre of everything we do, including the people we support and our staff. Through individualised, local, community-based support we remove barriers, increase life choices, and empower people with disabilities to have meaningful relationships and connections. We live our values - respect, belonging, empowerment and individuality. These values impact everything that we do and how we think. Interchangers respect people and their life choices, shape communities so our people belong, empower our people to achieve their goals, and support their individuality.
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Weapons and Sensors Operator (No Experience Required)
WA-Other Your role: In this pivotal role as a Weapons and Sensors Operator (known in the Navy as Combat Systems Operator), you'll be trained to understand and operate advanced combat management systems and to provide a clear tactical maritime picture to Command. You'll help run operations from the warfare centre of the ship, feeding critical information to Commanders so they can make effective tactical decisions. The maritime warfare environment is constantly evolving and changing, meaning Weapons and Sensors Operators need to sub-specialise their skills, with the option to move into above or under water operational spheres. In this role, you will use a variety of radar and sonar sensors to detect, track and identify air, surface and sub-surface contacts - perfect for someone who likes a challenge.
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Weapons and Sensors Operator (No Experience Required)
WA-Other Your role: In this pivotal role as a Weapons and Sensors Operator (known in the Navy as Combat Systems Operator), you'll be trained to understand and operate advanced combat management systems and to provide a clear tactical maritime picture to Command. You'll help run operations from the warfare centre of the ship, feeding critical information to Commanders so they can make effective tactical decisions. The maritime warfare environment is constantly evolving and changing, meaning Weapons and Sensors Operators need to sub-specialise their skills, with the option to move into above or under water operational spheres. In this role, you will use a variety of radar and sonar sensors to detect, track and identify air, surface and sub-surface contacts - perfect for someone who likes a challenge.
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Weapons and Sensors Operator (No Experience Required)
WA-Other Your role: In this pivotal role as a Weapons and Sensors Operator (known in the Navy as Combat Systems Operator), you'll be trained to understand and operate advanced combat management systems and to provide a clear tactical maritime picture to Command. You'll help run operations from the warfare centre of the ship, feeding critical information to Commanders so they can make effective tactical decisions. The maritime warfare environment is constantly evolving and changing, meaning Weapons and Sensors Operators need to sub-specialise their skills, with the option to move into above or under water operational spheres. In this role, you will use a variety of radar and sonar sensors to detect, track and identify air, surface and sub-surface contacts - perfect for someone who likes a challenge.
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Support Worker
WA-Other Are you passionate about making a difference in the lives of people with a disability? SensesWA is a leading not-for-profit organisation with over 125 years' history in providing disability services in Western Australia. Our purpose is to build capacity by providing comprehensive services, specialising in sensory loss, positive behaviour support and children's therapies. At SensesWA, we focus on recruiting the right people and offering targeted training so we can seamlessly match a person with a disability with the right support worker to engage in new experiences, establish community connections, develop independent living skills and live a fulfilling life. We are currently seeking active, passionate and reliable support workers for the North East Metro regions (Ballajura/Beechboro/Morley). North East Region (Ballajura/Beechboro): Require pick up from school and access to the community for after school hours from Monday to Saturday.
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Aged Care Support Worker
WA-Other About Us Our charming residential aged care facility, Guildford Village, has been caring for the elderly in the Perth community since 1982. Our facility strives to feel like home for the residents and our staff are tasked with caring for residents as they would for their own family. Our experience in service delivery is reflected through 39 years of maintaining the highest of standards for our clients. About the Roles The role of Support Worker is to provide support to the residents in our aged care facility or the clients in our mental health hostel. Support workers are tasked with creating a home-like environment for everyone at the facility, whilst undertaking duties such as assistance with daily living tasks or personal care needs, medication administration or the preparation and serving of meals. Our Support Workers work closely with our Registered Nurse, who will provide guidance and supervision to you throughout your day.
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Combat Communication Operator (Entry Level)
WA-Other An entry requirement for employment with the Australian Defence Force (ADF) is that you must be an Australian citizen. If you do not meet the citizenship conditions for service in the ADF, we are unable to accept an application from you. You are welcome to apply once you have completed your citizenship journey. If you're after a career that gives you the opportunity to work with advanced technology, puts you at the forefront of your industry and provides loads of variety, this could be the role for you. Your role: As a Combat Communication Operator, you'll be part of the Army's advanced ICT team always looking to the future-the Signallers. No experience is required, you'll be trained to plan, design and manage the Army's vital communication networks. This is where you'll operate cutting-edge technology such as satellite terminals, radios and advanced security equipment. You'll ensure messages can be transmitted to anywhere around the world 24/7 and help keep the Army
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Combat Communication Operator (Entry Level)
WA-Other An entry requirement for employment with the Australian Defence Force (ADF) is that you must be an Australian citizen. If you do not meet the citizenship conditions for service in the ADF, we are unable to accept an application from you. You are welcome to apply once you have completed your citizenship journey. If you're after a career that gives you the opportunity to work with advanced technology, puts you at the forefront of your industry and provides loads of variety, this could be the role for you. Your role: As a Combat Communication Operator, you'll be part of the Army's advanced ICT team always looking to the future-the Signallers. No experience is required, you'll be trained to plan, design and manage the Army's vital communication networks. This is where you'll operate cutting-edge technology such as satellite terminals, radios and advanced security equipment. You'll ensure messages can be transmitted to anywhere around the world 24/7 and help keep the Army
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Combat Communication Operator (Entry Level)
WA-Other An entry requirement for employment with the Australian Defence Force (ADF) is that you must be an Australian citizen. If you do not meet the citizenship conditions for service in the ADF, we are unable to accept an application from you. You are welcome to apply once you have completed your citizenship journey. If you're after a career that gives you the opportunity to work with advanced technology, puts you at the forefront of your industry and provides loads of variety, this could be the role for you. Your role: As a Combat Communication Operator, you'll be part of the Army's advanced ICT team always looking to the future-the Signallers. No experience is required, you'll be trained to plan, design and manage the Army's vital communication networks. This is where you'll operate cutting-edge technology such as satellite terminals, radios and advanced security equipment. You'll ensure messages can be transmitted to anywhere around the world 24/7 and help keep the Army
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Combat Communication Operator (Entry Level)
WA-Other An entry requirement for employment with the Australian Defence Force (ADF) is that you must be an Australian citizen. If you do not meet the citizenship conditions for service in the ADF, we are unable to accept an application from you. You are welcome to apply once you have completed your citizenship journey. If you're after a career that gives you the opportunity to work with advanced technology, puts you at the forefront of your industry and provides loads of variety, this could be the role for you. Your role: As a Combat Communication Operator, you'll be part of the Army's advanced ICT team always looking to the future-the Signallers. No experience is required, you'll be trained to plan, design and manage the Army's vital communication networks. This is where you'll operate cutting-edge technology such as satellite terminals, radios and advanced security equipment. You'll ensure messages can be transmitted to anywhere around the world 24/7 and help keep the Army
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Combat Communication Operator (Entry Level)
WA-Other An entry requirement for employment with the Australian Defence Force (ADF) is that you must be an Australian citizen. If you do not meet the citizenship conditions for service in the ADF, we are unable to accept an application from you. You are welcome to apply once you have completed your citizenship journey. If you're after a career that gives you the opportunity to work with advanced technology, puts you at the forefront of your industry and provides loads of variety, this could be the role for you. Your role: As a Combat Communication Operator, you'll be part of the Army's advanced ICT team always looking to the future-the Signallers. No experience is required, you'll be trained to plan, design and manage the Army's vital communication networks. This is where you'll operate cutting-edge technology such as satellite terminals, radios and advanced security equipment. You'll ensure messages can be transmitted to anywhere around the world 24/7 and help keep the Army
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Combat Communication Operator (Entry Level)
WA-Other An entry requirement for employment with the Australian Defence Force (ADF) is that you must be an Australian citizen. If you do not meet the citizenship conditions for service in the ADF, we are unable to accept an application from you. You are welcome to apply once you have completed your citizenship journey. If you're after a career that gives you the opportunity to work with advanced technology, puts you at the forefront of your industry and provides loads of variety, this could be the role for you. Your role: As a Combat Communication Operator, you'll be part of the Army's advanced ICT team always looking to the future-the Signallers. No experience is required, you'll be trained to plan, design and manage the Army's vital communication networks. This is where you'll operate cutting-edge technology such as satellite terminals, radios and advanced security equipment. You'll ensure messages can be transmitted to anywhere around the world 24/7 and help keep the Army
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Combat Communication Operator (Entry Level)
WA-Other An entry requirement for employment with the Australian Defence Force (ADF) is that you must be an Australian citizen. If you do not meet the citizenship conditions for service in the ADF, we are unable to accept an application from you. You are welcome to apply once you have completed your citizenship journey. If you're after a career that gives you the opportunity to work with advanced technology, puts you at the forefront of your industry and provides loads of variety, this could be the role for you. Your role: As a Combat Communication Operator, you'll be part of the Army's advanced ICT team always looking to the future-the Signallers. No experience is required, you'll be trained to plan, design and manage the Army's vital communication networks. This is where you'll operate cutting-edge technology such as satellite terminals, radios and advanced security equipment. You'll ensure messages can be transmitted to anywhere around the world 24/7 and help keep the Army
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