OPERATIONS MANAGER – Brisbane CBD location
This leading Corporate Travel company is seeking an experienced and qualified Operations Manager. Some of the key responsibilites are the ability to maximise productivity and profitability and provide management and motivation to the team. The successful candidate will possess sound management experience, demonstrated leadership skills, conflict resolution skills, be a proactive operator, excellent organisational and communication skills and be a lateral thinker. An excellent salary package is on offer. If you can display the above please email your resume and covering letter to firstname.lastname@example.org or apply online.
Community Consultation Specialist
A leading consulting firm providing professional and technical services worldwide in building and property, the environment, heavy industry and infrastructure requires a Community Consultation Specialist. Their Communications Team is an innovative and experienced group of specialists covering a comprehensive range of services in the Environmental Sector – positioning themselves as a leading provider of service throughout the Asia Pacific region. A vacancy currently exists for an experienced Community Consultation Specialist to assist the team in achieving their outcomes. Reporting to our Client’s Communications Projects Manager, you will be primarily responsible for communication project management and community consultation project development and management, preparing reports, chairing meetings, facilitating workshops, reporting and drafting communication resources for promotions and presentations. Degree qualifications in Communications, PR, Social Planning or Business and 6+ years experience, preferably with Infrastructure (ie Construction, Transport) will see you well positioned for this opportunity. You will have excellent communication skills, a professional, supportive and well organised approach along with strong MS Office skills. You can apply online or send your CV in confidence to email@example.com or call Kay Farnell on 02 9966 0969.
Principal Corporate Development Coordinator – Brisbane
*Permanent Full Time * VRN: AQ 524/06 * SALARY: $2,764.90 – $2,964.70 per fortnight ($72,134 – $77,347 per annum)
SECTION/LOCATION: Arts Strategy Coordination, Brisbane, Queensland
CLASSIFICATION: AO7 CONTACT: Terry Gibson (07) 3224 6921
CLOSING DATE: 5:00pm Friday 12 January 2007
Arts Queensland, part of the Department of Education, Training and the Arts, is the Queensland Government’s strategic governance organisation for the arts in Queensland. It seeks to work with its partners to create a cultural environment that maximises quality of life, social equity and economic independence in Queensland. This position is responsible for implementing best practice public sector processes to support Arts Queensland’s corporate planning and reporting requirements and to co-ordinate and implement Arts Queensland’s research program relating to development of the arts and cultural sector. Duties include:
• Coordinating corporate planning and reporting responsibilities such as the Ministerial Portfolio Statement, Annual Report and Priorities in Progress through the implementation of frameworks, systems and quality assurance processes;
• Developing effective key performance indicators and performance measurement capability within the arts and cultural strategy of Arts Queensland;
• Leading and coordinating the development and implementation of an operational planning framework for Arts Queensland including the evaluation of outcomes against the planning framework.
• Assessing corporate business reporting and research initiatives at state, national and international levels that have implications for the delivery of arts and cultural services.
• Leading and participating in complex research and analysis tasks to inform and develop the delivery of arts and cultural services.
Travel and overnight absences from base will be required of this position and there is a requirement to attend exhibitions, art functions, performances, conferences, seminars, meetings and events as a representative of Arts Queensland in the evenings / weekends.
Your application for this position must address each of the selection criteria listed in the position description. Further information on the position can be found at www.jobs.qld.gov.au. You can apply online.
* Regional Coordinator/Service manager – Hinterland Community Care Inc
*Full time – 35 hrs/wk *SACS Award (Level 5-6) based on experience/qualifications. Hinterland & Community Care (HCC) is a community organisation funded through Home & Community Care, Dept of Ageing and Disability Services Queensland tp provide services to the frail aged & younger people with disabilities and their carers in the rural towns of Moranbah Health District. The Regional Coordinator is responsible for overall service coordination, including staff recruitment & supervision, developing submissions, liaising with funding bodies, maintaining quality standards, providing/organising staff training, promoting HCC and communicating with seniors or people with disabilities, their carers & local communities. Remuneration package will be negotiated with the successful applicant. Applications close 18 December 2006. Contact: Teena Spark or Cecily Hassan, Phone (07)49582116 Fax (07)49582117. Email firstname.lastname@example.org or write to Hunterland Community Care Inc, PO Box 62, Dysart QLD 4745.
*Employment Placement & Support Officer – Workscope Inc – Brisbane northside
Workscope Inc is a NonProfit quaity endorsed, government funded disability open employment service, based in Brisbane, providing job search, job placement and workplace support services to people with a disability. Applicants shoiuld respond to the following criteria: * Current driver’s licence essential * Certificate IV in Workplace Assessment and Training essential *High level communication and interpersonal skills * well developed organisational, IT and admin skills *Experience in employment case management *Ability wo work independently and be results focussed *Availability to commence immediately highly considered. Salary and conditions of work are commensurate with CETSS Award with a salary packaged motor vehicle. Please forward your application addressing the selection criteria, including resume, to the general manager at: email@example.com no later than Monday 18 December 2006. Enquiries: Kathy Moore on (07) 32564177.
* Women’s Health Promotion Project Worker
Women’s Health Queensland Wide Inc is looking for an experienced worker with extensive experience in health promotion to develop an Organisational Health Promotion Strategy, and health promotion videostream sessions. Please visit www.womhealth.org.au home page for full project and application details. Applications close 5 January 2007. Contact: Kym Daly Phone (07) 38399962, Fax (07)38317214, Email KymD@womhealth.org.au or write to Women’s Health Queensland Wide Inc, 165 Gregory Terrace, Spring Hill QLD 4102.
Program Manager (Aged Care) & Disability Support Workers – Brisbane
Support Services Queensland has a position for someone to manage their Centre Based Programs. The person will have experience in managing human service programs and have an understanding of the HACC Guidelines and principals that guide this sector. In addition, you will have an understanding or previous experience in the area of Quality Assurance. The applicant will have: *Associate Diploma/Degree in the Social Services area and/or *Associate Diploma/Degree in Business Management * Qualification as a diversional therapist is desirable not essential * Previous experience within this field will be highly regarded. The position pays SACS 5, and has a vehicle with some personal use.
Disability Support Workers are also sought. Relevant qualifications and experience in the disability sector are essential. Experience in working with clients with complex needs would aslo be an advantage. These positions are aligned to the DSW@ award. Please forward your resume to Michelle Costanzo (Strategic Operations Manager) 3 Wineglass Drive, Hillcrest, Qld or phone (08) 38004577 for futher information. Applications close 10 January 2007.
* Community Development & Liaison Officer – FNQ
The FNQ Rural Division of General Practice is a NonProfit association supporting rural General Practitioners and providing Allied Services in nrural and remote areas from Tully, north, excluding Cairns & Innisfail. This position is for the Improved Primary Health Care Initiative, which is an OATSIH program funded by the Australian Government. The successful candidate will have links to the Indigenous communities close to Weipa or Cooktown respectively and will also: *work as a member of the ICPHCI team * be a link to local communities and work in consultation to address health issues, in partnership with Division staff, community-based organisations anbd other health focussed groups. The position will be based in Cairns with travel to both the Cooktown and Weipa Districts. An attractive remuneration package will be offered with the provision to salary sacrifice. For more info contact Shayle Woods, ICPHCI Project Officer, on (07)40427333. Applicants should address the criteria in the Application Package which can be obtained from Isabel Mazgay, Operations manager on (07) 40965046 or email firstname.lastname@example.org or write to: P O Box 192, Bungalow 4870.
Aboriginal and Torres Strai Islander people are particularly encouraged to apply. Applications close 31 December 2006.