12-month part-time role (approx.. 0.5 FTE across 4 days)
Chairo Christian School is a growing non-denominational Christian school, with over 1,500 Kinder to Year 12 students attending five picturesque campuses in West Gippsland, South Gippsland, the Latrobe Valley and the south eastern outskirts of Melbourne.
Our mission is to provide excellence in Christ-centred education in partnership with families within a caring Christian community. In doing this, we aim to prepare students thoroughly for further study, careers, service and life in general.
We are seeking the services of a dedicated Literacy Intervention Teacher to join the Junior School (Prep to Year 4) staff team at our Pakenham campus to commence in January 2018. This is an exciting opportunity to work in a caring Christian environment and provide important assistance for students requiring additional literacy support.
Some key responsibilities will include:
● Providing literacy intervention using the MiniLit program and/or a Reading Recovery type program with identified students in the early years
● Maintaining accurate, complete and correct records of planning and assessment
● Collaborating as necessary with appropriate personnel regarding students receiving additional support
● Working alongside classroom teachers in order to contribute additional expertise in planning, teaching, assessing and monitoring student achievement and progress
● Building positive friendly rapport with relevant stakeholders such as parents, caregivers and other staff members
Applicants should be able to demonstrate effectiveness in communicating and working collaboratively with staff members, parents and students in ways that contribute to the establishment and maintenance of a supportive learning environment.
The ideal applicant will be someone who has qualifications and/or experience in Reading Recovery, levelled literacy interventions or the MiniLit program. Special education qualifications will be highly regarded.
Successful applicants will also need to be in agreement with and model Chairo’s Articles of Faith and have current VIT registration.
The safety, wellbeing and inclusion of all our students is a high priority. As part of our recruitment process, Chairo undertakes rigorous reference and background checking including, Working with Children and Police Record checks. Before applying, applicants are requested to review Chairo’s Child Safety booklet.
Applications for this position should be made by completing an online application and submitting this, together with your covering letter and resume, at: www.chairo.vic.edu.au/careers
The closing date for applications is Monday 8 January 2018.
Our client produces delicious authentic Asian products that use only the finest and freshest ingredients so that everyday Australians and their families can enjoy restaurant quality products in the convenience of their own homes. Established in 1978, our client continues to provide delicious products that are perfect for a variety of occasions.
Due to high demand, we are now recruiting for an experience Purchasing Officer on a Full-Time basis. This role is located in their head office in Richmond, VIC and ideally, we are looking for someone with experience with excellent problem-solving skills.
Your duties will include, but are not limited to:
Replenishment of orders
Assisting in Imported goods
Negotiate with existing and potential suppliers
Maintaining all relevant purchasing records and approved supplier information
To participate in the monthly stocktake
Building strong relationships with suppliers
To comply with all company policy and procedures
To be successful in this role, you must possess the following:
Purchasing experience in a manufacturing environment
Excellent interpersonal skills
Commitment to teamwork
Proven standards of integrity and confidentiality
Computer literate and familiarity with Microsoft Office
Current Victorian driver’s licence
Relevant Food Industry experience
Awareness of Food industry manufacturing and HACCP processes
Awareness of marketing and distribution requirements of the retail and food service market segments.
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If you have a genuine passion to work with the aged or with adults and children with disabilities and like to work independently, then this is the role for you. Responsibilities include providing domestic cleaning and support, shopping and transport of clients, respite and personal care.
To apply for this role it is essential you possess the following;
Certificate III in Aged Care, Home and Community Care or Disability or transcript of results showing completion of first year nursing studies;
A caring and reliable attitude;
First Aid Level 2 Certificate.
Current driver's license and registered vehicle.
The following skills and experiences are desirable but not essential:
Experience in community based care;
Current WWC Card
mecwa care has provided care to the Victorian community for over 58 years, offering residential aged care, home care packages, respite care, in-home support, community housing, community programs, disability and nursing services. We provide optimal choice for people of all ages, irrespective of financial, religious, cultural or lifestyle background. We care for more than 12,000 people each week across greater Melbourne and regional Victoria through a highly-integrated service network operated by more than 1,600 employees and 350 volunteers.
If you are looking for flexible working hours, are driven to provide high quality care and wish to benefit from our generous salary packaging options, please apply now!
This well-established horticultural company is a leading supplier of starter plant material, both seed and propagated, to wholesale nurseries, Australia wide. They are part of a global family of breeders and researchers with a focus on providing the Australian horticultural industry with the most commercially viable and innovative plants from around the world.
Reporting directly to the Managing Director, the prime function of the Grower Manager will be to co-ordinate, supervise, and oversee all growing activities in a 3ha “state of the art” propagation glasshouse, along with ensuring the company’s high-quality standards are met.
Developing and implementing appropriate production strategies
Manage, in a “hand’s on” capacity, the growing team and all plug production
Support the Managing Director to implement, monitor and report on KPIs and budgets
Manage water and climate control systems to maximise production levels
Forecast and report on production figures and quality
Determine the quality control check points and constantly review
Research growing protocols for new crops and implement into production
Establish and manage sanitation policy & procedures
Oversee and manage the quarantine greenhouse, and comply with quarantine regulations
Skills and Experience
A minimum of 10 years’ previous experience in a large scale, grower management role is essential
Previous experience in a glasshouse environment in plug/seedling/propagation production is essential
Strong leadership skills from previous experience managing a growing team
A genuine passion to work in horticulture
Advanced communication skills, both written and verbal
Post-Secondary qualifications in Science, Agriculture or Horticulture
An attractive remuneration package will be negotiated to reflect skills and experience.
How To Apply
For a confidential discussion, please contact Luke Cuthbertson on +61 8 8201 9999 quoting reference number LC2913 or apply online with a resume and cover letter via the ‘Apply’ button.
Hello! Here's what we are looking for: a responsible, reliable, and hard-working aged care provider with a few years experience who lives near Cardinia. Looking for someone who can help with Housekeeping. Please send me a message if you are interested.
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We are a well-established manufacturer and leader in supplying all sectors of industry. Currently we are looking for experienced machinists who want long-term stability. This is a great opportunity for driven individuals who are looking for a permanent opportunity and rewarding role with a strong stable company.
A well known Automotive Parts Distributor based in Doveton are looking for a young, fit individual to work in their Dispatch/Receiving area. Covering loading/unloading, breaking down collars and lids and operating the Forklift. We are looking for someone to start ASAP ongoing.
To be successful in this role you must possess:
Valid forklift licence!
Experience operating the forklift in fast paced enviroments
Young, fit and reliable!
Show great sense of urgency and punctuality.
Be available to work 9am to 5pm, Monday to Friday.
Own reliable transport
Ability to work in a fast paced environment
In return we can offer you:
The opportunity for work ongoing with a large, well known Automotive distributor
Attractive hourly rate $$$
Excellent working conditions
To apply, send your resume and we will review based on our clients requirements.
Please note: Only those deemed suitable will be contacted.
Step into our world and discover a nationwide family united by passion and imagination. At oOh!, we’re proud collaborators, which means we have the confidence to explore new territories because we will always explore together. We experiment with cutting edge technology, test the bounds of our creativity, and lead our industry down exciting new paths. And when we do that well, we celebrate it.
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We are looking for an individual who has strong attention to detail, high level of productivity, with relevant experience with handling electronics and stock controlling.
In this junior level role, you will work with the Assets team at our Hallam warehouse to ensure stock movements are recorded correctly in the system, conduct stock reconciliation, assist in preparing orders for delivery and follow quality service standards.
Here’s what you’ll do…
Control and record stock movements via an ERP software system
Receive and reconcile deliveries with purchase orders
Place stock in designated areas for ongoing projects and maintenance contracts
Quarterly mini stock take and reconciliation of stock
Arrange parts for repairs and returns with manufacturers and suppliers
Control, dispatch, pack slips, box labels and courier management
Assist with preparing orders for delivery according to schedule which requires load, unload, pick, pack, wrap, label, ship and some heavy lifting
Keep a clean, safe work environment and optimise space utilisation
Communicate and cooperate with supervisors and co-workers
Follow quality service standards and comply with procedures, rules and regulations.
This is what you’ll look like…
Relevant warehouse experience with emphasis on stock controlling
Previous experience in fragile and electronics equipment packaging
Strong attention to detail
High level of productivity
Basic knowledge in Electronics/Computer Hardware and Microsoft Windows
Ability to deliver tasks in an efficient and effective manner
Can work under pressure
Flexible and can adjust to tasks spontaneously
Can work well with tight deadlines
Excellent communication skills
Can build effective working relationships with team members and other business units
Has the desire to learn and grow within a dynamic team environment.
If you’re curious, brave, and ready to leap into a career like no other, we’re ready to open our doors to you.
If this isn’t the right role for you, we’d love for you to be part of our Talent Community so you can be the first in line to be considered when a new opportunity comes up.
Beaconhills is proudly a co-educational Christian College with an open-entry enrolment policy. Our College provides outstanding educational opportunities to a large number of families in the south-eastern suburbs of Melbourne. We have two large campuses, both providing education from Preparatory to Year 12, with our Little Beacons Learning Centre at our Pakenham Campus.
Beaconhills is seeking a Chaplain who will be primarily responsible for assisting with the spiritual direction and life of the Campus and who will participate in the development, maintenance and delivery of a high quality curriculum in the RAVE faculty in line with the Beaconhills Education BluePrint, our Vision and Mission.
The Chaplaincy role is to help assure the overall pastoral and spiritual care of the Campus community; staff, students and parents. This includes fostering links between Chaplaincy, the RAVE department and community service. The Chaplain will be expected to teach approximately 0.6 to 0.7 FTE across P-12.
The successful candidate will work closely with the Chaplaincy teams across the College, and in particular with the Senior Chaplain and Associate Chaplain at the Pakenham Campus. The Chaplain will, also, help to develop links with the congregation of St. James Anglican Church, which is located on the school grounds.
As the bearer of the Archbishop or Moderator’s licence, the Chaplain fosters links with the Anglican Diocese of Melbourne/Synod and of the Uniting Church of Victoria and along with the Senior Chaplain and Associate Chaplain, is the College’s representative at Deanery and where necessary, Synod level.
This position reports to, and takes direction from, the Senior Chaplain, the Heads of Teaching and Learning and the Heads of Section, and is accountable to the Head of Education, Campus Principal and the Headmaster.
This position is full-time and commences in Term 1, 2018 until the end of the 2018 school year, with the possibility of further work in 2019. It attracts an appropriate remuneration package and time release.
Develop a supportive classroom community that is conducive to learning and provides quality pastoral care for all students
Work collaboratively with staff at the Pakenham Campus on curriculum development initiatives
Identify opportunities for the curriculum to address key aspects of Learning That Matters
Act as a role model for young people in all aspects of the learning, well-being, personal development, character and values.
Establish trusting and respectful relationships with students and parents that ultimately supports the student wellbeing
Ensure effective planning of assessment tasks and use of real-time, on-line reporting
Prepare formal tracking reports
Lead and arrange worship services which includes nine evening House church services annually, and contributions to Assemblies, in conjunction with the Senior Chaplain and Associate Chaplain
Lead voluntary prayer, Bible study groups and lunch time programs
Contribute to major school publications
Conduct baptisms, funerals and weddings as appropriate
Maintain active and regular contact with Diocesan and Presbytery organisation and local churches
Communicate and interact effectively with parents, staff and the broader College community
Support all aspects of the Learning That Matters curriculum which includes participation in the Experiential program
In addition to face-to-face teaching duties and related duties, other duties include, but are not limited to, tutor group, extras, assemblies, yard duties, staff meetings, open/information days/nights, professional development activities, meetings with parents, parent/teacher interviews, the pastoral care program, co-curricular responsibilities and the outdoor education and camps programs.
To be successful candidates would meet the following criteria to the satisfaction of the selection panel and the Headmaster: * Demonstrated knowledge of, and alignment with the principles of Learning That Matters.
Demonstrated Christian faith, commitment and character and its alignment with the vision and ethos of the College.
Demonstrated high level of knowledge of relevant teaching and learning practices.
Demonstrated proven understanding of Religious and Values Education curriculum.
Demonstrated ability as a leader of public worship and pastoral liturgy (marriage, baptism and funeral services).
Possess highly developed public speaking, administrative and organisational skills.
Demonstrated proven capacity to improve student learning and inspire students to be enthusiastic and skilled learners.
Demonstrated ability to integrate learning technologies, and the capacity and motivation to develop personal knowledge of, and skill in contemporary and future learning technologies.
Demonstrated clear understanding of assessment and reporting procedures.
Demonstrated significant contributions in the development, implementation and evaluation of integrated curriculum.
Demonstrated commitment to on-going professional learning and a proven capacity to model and share excellent teaching skills and knowledge within the school setting.
Demonstrated high-level written and verbal communication skills and high-level interpersonal skills including a capacity to develop constructive relationships with students, parents and staff.
Demonstrated proactive contributions to wider school programs, such as co-curricular programs or other school based initiatives.
Demonstrated positive, proactive approach to student welfare, and the ability to develop constructive relationships with students which ensures the development of each child’s self-esteem and self-discipline within the context of the College’s student management and well-being policy.
Demonstrate the ability to work collaboratively with others in a team setting, particularly, the Senior and Associate Chaplain
Possess appropriate first aid qualifications (HLTAID003 or equivalent) or be willing to gain them.
The Chaplain must hold:
Registration with the Victorian Institute of Teachers
Australian citizenship or permanent residence
Applications should include:
A cover letter that addresses your suitability to the listed selection criteria
A statement of your teaching philosophy, especially with regard to Religious & Values Education
A curriculum vitae detailing your qualifications and experience
Contact details of three professional referees.
Applications should be make through Seek.com.au. Search ‘Beaconhills College’ to apply for this position.
Applications close at 5pm on Monday 22nd January 2018.
Beaconhills College has zero tolerance for child abuse. Beaconhills is a child safe employer and is committed to the welfare of children and their protection.
Beaconhills has systems to protect children from abuse, and will take all allegations and concerns very seriously and respond to them consistently, in line with our policies and procedures.
All potential employees and volunteers will be required to comply with the College’s Child Safe Policy and Code of Conduct. Beaconhills performs thorough assessments of potential and existing employees in accordance with this policy. The assessments will be used to ascertain whether the potential or existing employee is a fit and proper person to be trusted to work in a school environment and in the position applied for or held. The screening process includes, but is not limited to, Criminal Records Checks, Working with Children Checks and checks of social media accounts.
Beaconhills College is committed to Equal Employment Opportunity principles and is committed to the principles of merit-based selection, equity, diversity and procedural fairness in our recruitment process.
Great opportunity to join Boral. This is a full time position, reporting to the Paving Supervisor. In this role you will perform a range of tasks and duties associated with road surfacing within our Asphalt Paving Crew.
The person we are looking will have:
Previous experience in operating pavers, rollers, tack coating, skid steer (bobcat) or general asphalt experience;
Hold current Valid Driver's Licence (MR or HR - highly regarded);
Good level of physical fitness;
Ability to work to deadlines including overtime, shift work and away from home for periods of time as required;
Good communication skills;
Trade qualification or equivalent will be highly regarded.
Competitive remuneration package.
Opportunity to work in a team environment.
Organisation dedicated to safety.
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Boral values and is committed to creating a diverse working environment and is proud to be an equal opportunity employer. All suitable applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, colour, religion, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, disability or age.
RECRUITAUSTRALIA.COM PTY LTD INDUSTRY SPECIALIST-ENGINEERING, CNC & TECHNICAL TRADES
REF NUMBER –GD-463-2101
South Eastern suburbs
Mastercam or Edgecam
CNC Setting and Operation.
Great opportunity to join a very successful Engineering business in the south eastern suburbs, that would have one of the cleanest and most modern workshops.
This well-established company has strong stable history in doing work for International companies and their own work for the motorcycle racing market.
This business is growing and requires an experienced CNC trades person with Cam experience preferably EdgeCam or MasterCam to become a crucial member of their close knit team.
They have a variety of new Okuma CNC’s including Multi tasking machines and are looking for someone to program plus set and run machines.
You will need to have good all round CNC machining knowledge and experience of various machining methods; good communication skills are also a requirement as you will be liaising with outside suppliers and communicating with other team members.
This exceptional role is within a very clean modern and well established business plus they are offering a permanent fulltime position with an excellent pay rate based on experience.
TO APPLY YOU SHOULD HAVE THE FOLLOWING SKILLS:
High attention to detail
Excellent communications skills
Understanding of Metric and Imperial measurements.
Mastercam / Edgecam experience
Ability to interpret engineering drawings.
Great Opportunity for driven individuals who are looking for a long term and rewarding role with a strong stable company.
Send resume to: Craig Bayley Via the APPLY button Phone 03 9696 6520 - 7 days – 9am to 9pm
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Requisition ID 231043 - Posted 19/01/2018 - Big W - NSW - Full-time - Retail Operations - Big W - Optical Centres - 314 - PAKENHAM VISION CENTRE
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What we're like
BIG W's best and most valued asset is its team of 22,000 passionate people in Australia and Asia. We believe the most vital ingredient to driving our business success is our people and we aim to empower every individual to make a positive contribution, extend career skills and ultimately maximise their potential.
Our Vision Centres offer a boutique-style customer experience
Permanent Full Time opportunity at BIG W Pakenham
Competitive remuneration package on offer
The latest, state-of-the-art equipment and a well established customer base awaits your expertise
Partner with the Optometrist to implement outstanding business initiatives
Great career opportunities within one of Australia's most iconic retail brands
You will aim to achieve the store's sales and margin budget expectations while minimising costs and delivering high quality customer service and optical dispensing duties. You will have significant input into the development and direction of the business, be using the latest in computer software to manage customers and lens orders and enjoy working in a team environment.
Manage the store's sales and cost budget, identifying opportunities to reduce costs and improve the operation
Provide leadership and development of optical staff
Interpret optical prescriptions
Discuss customer eyewear needs and aid in the choice of frames to satisfy client's comfort, appearance and prescription needs.
Carry out minor repairs to damaged frames
Ensure quality standards are met
Review performance of stock levels and implement plans to balance stock against budget.
Qualified and/or Optical dispensing experience
Ability to manage multiple tasks and meet deadlines
A passion for customer service and sales achievement
Preferred experience in leading, motivating and training staff
Strong organisational and clear spoken communication skills
For over 50 years BIG W has been the trusted backstop of Australian households. We have clothed Australian families, furnished Australian homes and filled Australian toy boxes. We opened our first store on the outskirts of Newcastle in New South Wales in 1964 and have 186 stores operating across Australia today.
BIG W is proud to provide Australian shoppers with a broad range of quality general merchandise products at low prices. From women's, men's and children's clothing and shoes to homewares, electronics, pet food, cleaning items, party goods, toys and books, BIGW is a popular one-stop-shop for customers seeking great design, brands and value across the country.
We are seeking a qualified and experienced PCA or a Disability support worker. We have numerous positions available please forward your expression of interest to email@example.com Apply Online
Sportsgirl is more than just a store - the stripes are a part of modern Australian culture. We're a community of girls across Australia who are individual, playful, confident, and of course fashionable! Sportsgirls have access like no other to up-to-the-minute global trends, exclusive designer collaborations and an ever-evolving range of the latest beauty and accessory collections. So, if you want a job that is SO. MUCH. FUN., join us today.
What will your day look like?
Manage all aspects of your own store
Create an exceptional customer experience and provide up-to-the-minute styling advice
Drive sales results to reach budgets and targets
Motivate, coach and develop the in-store team
Manage new stock deliveries and merchandise the store
Back of house paperwork, including rosters and payroll paperwork
What's up for grabs?
An inspiring, supportive, and FUN work culture
Fantastic career pathways within our Retail Operations team and broader Sportsgirl business.
Access to outstanding training and development programs - reach your full potential!
Access to National conferences and State meetings, so you can get together with your teams and peers.
50% product discount
Potential monthly and seasonal bonuses, PLUS additional sales rewards and incentives
Work on a rotating roster that provides you with a three day weekend every second week!
Corporate discounted health insurance, so you can take care of yourself
What do we look for?
Previous management or supervisory experience
Proven experience in developing and mentoring teams to be their best
An absolute passion for creating a fantastic customer experience
A natural creative flair and a love for all things fashion
A great connection with our customer, so you can style her from head to toe
A drive to exceed sales targets and maximise growth
A head for business and the ability to drive a team to achieve budgets and results
Communication skills that are engaging and responsive - just like you!
Above all else, we're looking for an engaging, enthusiastic, and dynamic Store Manager who wants to grow within the Sportsgirl universe. Don't miss out - apply today!
Our client a well-respected family business based in the Outer South East Suburbs is seeking a suitably qualified individual to assist with delivering of supplies and assisting with customer needs. The ideal candidate would need to have the following skills Truck licence at minimum MR Loader experience not essential but highly regarded Basic computer skills Customer service experience Able to work flexible hours The position is Casual minimum. 20 hours per week. Apply Online
Fruiterer required to unload trucks, prepare food for display at a Fruit & Vegetable Market Place shop. Cutting fruit, tidy and fill displays. Customer Service. Early morning starts 4.00am at times. 20hrs over a 7 day roster.
Position Title Associate Nurse Manager - Mental Health Doveton Community Care Units
Employment Type Full Time Ongoing
Entity Monash Health
Department Doveton CCU
Location Doveton Community Care Unit - 20 Matipo Street
Excellent career opportunity & leadership role for an experienced Mental Health Nurse
Lead by example & mentor a stable team committed to recovery focused client care
Drive Mental Health awareness & play a key part in client's recovery journey
About Monash Health
As the largest public healthcare services provider in Victoria, Monash Health provides integrated health care services available to over 1.3 million people, representing 32% of the population of greater Melbourne. Monash Health is an impressive organisation of seven public hospitals, 21 community health sites, five aged care facilities, university affiliated international research and tertiary education. We provide healthcare for the entire lifespan from pre-birth to palliative care and all stages in between. Further extending our newborn and children’s specialities, in early 2017 we opened a new 230 bed dedicated Children’s Hospital, co-located with Monash Medical Centre, Clayton. Victoria’s largest healthcare service and one of only four accredited Academic Health Science Centres in Australia.
Our Doveton Community Care Unit (CCU) in Doveton is a 20 bed residential facility that provides a client focused recovery and rehabilitation program within a community setting. CCU provide specialist input, assessment and therapeutic interventions/case management to assist clients in their recovery journey.
About the role
We currently have an outstanding career opportunity for an experienced mental health nurse to work in an Associate Nurse Manager (ANM) role. This is a your stepping stone to taking on Leadership responsibilities, supporting the NUM and lead the team in their absence drawing on your organisational, clinical, leadership and communication.
The ANM is committed to team work, respect, and collaboration in providing excellent and accountable high quality care and service delivery for all clients and their families and carers. ANM’s support, mentor, supervise and coach our Mental Health EN’s and RN’s in delivering support to clients and families during crisis and transition periods of their mental illness.
It is a full-time (1.0 EFT) role working a seven day rotating roster.
As an experienced Mental Health clinician you will have demonstrated skills in providing leadership support to the NUM.
You will have demonstrated people leadership skills, able to manage day to day operations, staffing and client care within Mental Health in either a community, mental health or hospital team based setting.
You are committed to leading by example and delivering a client-focussed service.
You will demonstrate an ability to quickly and autonomously work within a multidisciplinary team and to provide specialist treatment and support of Mental Illness.
You are confident and lateral thinker who can adapt to any given situation in a calm, considerate and resolution driven approach.
What you need
Current AHPRA registration
Has a Post Graduate Diploma in Psychiatric Mental Health Nursing or completion of a specialist undergraduate psychiatric nursing program or specialist post basic course of training which previously led to registration as a Division 3 Nurse
Proven clinical experience – minimum 3 years in Mental Health in either a community setting or Inpatient unit.
Relevant working visa
What’s in it for you?
A supportive learning environment should you wish to undertake further Post-Graduate studies
Avenues to further develop your Leadership and Project Management skills and expand your knowledge base with mentorship and career guidance
Support to attend Conferences and Courses
You will have access to resources to support you in this position, enabling you to further advance your leadership and management skills whilst representing role model nursing excellence and delivering an exceptional client care.
In addition, as an employee of the largest public health organisation in Victoria, you will receive benefits such as Salary Packaging, access to onsite staff car parking and gym, uniform and Employee Assistance Program.
Monash Health recognises the value of equal employment opportunity and is committed to promoting fairness, equity and diversity in the workplace.
Any offer of employment will be confirmed on the successful outcome of a Police Check and Working with Children’s Check.