CPPH01-3693756

  • Salaried role
  • Full Time & Part Time Position available
  • Career Development

About the Employer
Our client provides exceptional Physiotherapist customer care to a large range of diverse individuals and industries. They are affiliated with a variety of sporting clubs, including AFL teams. Their professional services aim to treat injuries (in particular sports and spinal) with the ‘best’ evidence-based practice in the industry.

Prevention of injuries, or health maintenance, enables their clients to continue to perform at their best in all areas of life ranging from simply being able to move without pain, to competing at an elite level in chosen sports.
  
About the Role:
Do you wish to add value and make a difference to the quality of peoples’ lives? As a Full Time or Part Time Physiotherapist you will have variety in your day including, case management load, leading classes, sporting events and in clinic. There are opportunities to attend Sport Training and Game days providing care to players as well as assisting athletes across multiple sporting codes.
  
There is some flexibility with am and pm shifts; however, you would be required to work alternating Saturdays.

Benefits:

  • Established 25 years in the Melbourne Bayside area
  • Elite provider of physiotherapy and health care
  • Strong team of experienced practitioners
  • Leaders of cutting-edge physiotherapy, education, technology and progress
  • Career development into senior roles
  • Opportunity to work with elite private school sporting teams

  
Duties:

  • Direct one on one client consultation
  • Running of group exercise class
  • Participation of education / professional development / mentoring
  • Managing existing case load
  • Attend Sports Training and Game days to provide care to athletes

  
Skills and Experience:

  • AHPRA registration essential
  • 2-3 years experience desired but new graduates will be considered
  • Has a passion for sports and spinal physiotherapy
  • Case load Management focus
  • Has strong manual therapy skills
  • Strong verbal and written communicator – reports, referrals etc

  
Please note only candidates that meet our client’s selection criteria will be contacted.
  
Job ID: CPPH01

MCCSM2-3695263

  • One of Australia’s leading day and short stay hospitals
  • Previous experience within day services setting and Private Healthcare Sector
  • Significant scope for career growth and promotion
  • Monday to Friday – No Weekends!
  • Located South-Eastern suburbs of Melbourne

About the Employer
Our client is one of Australia’s leading day, and short stay hospital groups. The dedicated team focus on providing exceptional services to their customers through clinical outcomes and exceptional patient care. The hospital caters for plastic and reconstructive surgery, ophthalmology and oral maxillo-facial surgery.
  

About the Role:
Due to significant growth our client is seeking an experienced Clinical Services Manager with the passion, skills, knowledge and enthusiasm to step into this pivotal role.  
  

Benefits:

  • Competitive remuneration $110k base + 9.5% super
  • Let your experience, managerial skills and talent lead the way
  • Lead a team of passionate and like-minded clinical professionals
  • Significant scope for career growth and promotion
  • Monday to Friday – No Weekends!

  
Duties Include:

  • Deliver excellent customer service
  • Ensure the annual Business Plan is followed
  • Ensure effective and efficient management of Human Resources, including rostering
  • Ensure Information is effectively managed
  • Implementation of Occupational Health and Safety policy and management plan
  • Participate in the development and implementation of Quality Improvement programs

  
Skills and Experience:

  • Previous employment as a Unit Manager in the perioperative setting (essential)
  • Knowledge of Private Healthcare sector
  • Minimum 3-5 years demonstrated success in a clinical leadership role
  • Current AHPRA registration and Driver’s license
  • Ability to work well under pressure and remain flexible, in a changing dynamic environment
  • The ability to be firm and consistent, whilst maintaining a friendly disposition
  • Proven ability to create a hospital culture providing premium service for doctors, patients and carers.
  • Thorough understanding of clinical governance and accreditation processes
  • Proficient computer skills and experience using documentation and reporting systems
  • Excellent communication, organisation and leadership skills coupled with the ability to remain client focused, flexible and professional at all times  

  
Please note only candidates that meet our client’s selection criteria will be contacted.
  
Job ID: MCCSM2

JBPP02-3696057

NDIS Behaviour Support Practioner

Social Worker/Occupational Therapist/Physiotherapist

  • Competitive Salary and Benefits
  • Flexible hours in a Full Time position
  • Supportive work environment and career path

  
About the Employer

Our client is a boutique Specialist Behaviour Support service based in Paramatta. A well established and respected NDIS Support provider practice providing Home Visits, Quality Assessments and Positive Behaviour Support. Recognising the need for everyone to feel welcome and receive the care they deserve; their services are home based.  There is a focus on professional development and ensuring your success through a commitment to open communication and an inclusive work culture.

  
About the Role:

As a Support Practioner, you will be supported to provide in home and community based therapeutic services to clients and families in line with their NDIS plans.  You will enjoy working for an organisation who is committed to your professional development and working with a high-quality clinical team providing professional consultations to people living with a disability. 

You will assess, design and deliver positive behaviour support plans to NDIS participants in the clinic, their home or other locations as requested.  You will be passionate about making a difference in the lives of clients.  Does this sound interesting to you?  Apply now for a discussion about the role.

  
Benefits:

  • Professional and supportive work environment
  • Competitive Salary
  • Ongoing professional development
  • Flexible hours, home based service.

  
Duties:

  • Providing assessments of NDIS participants whether be in the clinic, home, or other locations
  • Provide positive behaviour support
  • High quality report writing
  • Case management.

  
Skills and Experience:

  • Relevant Masters/Tertiary Qualifications
  • Membership to AHPRA or relevant membership body
  • Well-developed critical thinking and problem-solving abilities.
  • Demonstrated high-level written and verbal communication skills
  • Genuine interest in working with individuals with a disability and their families and carers
  • Current drivers license and own vehicle

  
Please forward your cover letter and resume in WORD format.
  
Please note only candidates that meet our client’s selection criteria will be contacted.
  
Job ID: JBPP02

KFDTW03-3695340

  • Competitive salary based on skills and experience
  • Opportunities for Dental Technicians available in  Auckland & Wellington”
  • Plenty of opportunity for ongoing training professional development
  • Open to candidates with a broad and mixed skill-set

About the Employer
Our client is a locally owned and operated Dental Laboratory servicing the New Zealand Dental Industry. They specialise in the fabrication of quality restorations for dental prosthetics, implant, ceramic and crown and bridge procedures. Our client prides themselves on delivering the highest quality products in a timely manner using the most advanced technology available; they are on the lookout for passionate and energetic Technicians to join their team.
  
About the Role:
This could be your dream job!

If you are interested in a career pathway within the dental industry, this could be the opportunity you’ve been waiting for. Join a warm, friendly and collaborative team in a modern dental laboratory with accessible transport right on the doorstep. There is plenty of scope for professional development and a pathway for you to focus on your speciality area.
  
Benefits:

  • Great work environment in a modern dental laboratory
  • Competitive salary commensurate with your skills and experience
  • Public transport and all amenities on the doorstep
  • Friendly, collaborative, supportive team environment

Duties:

  • Mainly responsible to work in the Model and CADCAM department
  • Fabrication, articulation and completion of dental models and related tasks;
  • Assist in CADCAM processing including 3D Scanning, Milling & Printing
  • Assist in selection & ordering of Implant components;
  • Assist in the general operation of the laboratory so that it will be run in a professional and efficient manner;
  • Quality control procedures in conjunction with General Manager/Laboratory

Skills and Experience:

  • Relative experience will be held in high regard;
  • An understanding of Crown and Bridge technology (an advantage)
  • Be highly organised with excellent attention to detail and time management skills
  • Ability to work with colleagues to achieve team objectives
  • A high standard of work values and ethics.
  • Be able to work autonomously as well as within a team environment
  • Have a positive ‘can do’ attitude

Please note only candidates that meet our client’s selection criteria will be contacted.
  
Job ID: KFDTW03

KFDTA03-3695291

  

  • Competitive salary based on skills and experience
  • Opportunities for Dental Technicians available in Auckland and Wellington”
  • Plenty of opportunity for ongoing professional development
  • Open to candidates with a broad and mixed skill-set

  
About the Employer
Our client is a locally owned and operated Dental Laboratory servicing the New Zealand Dental Industry. They specialise in the fabrication of quality restorations for dental prosthetics, implant, ceramic and crown and bridge procedures. Our client prides themselves on delivering the highest quality products in a timely manner using the most advanced technology available; they are on the lookout for passionate and energetic Technicians to join their team.
  
About the Role:
This could be your dream job! Join a warm, friendly and collaborative team in a modern dental laboratory with accessible transport right on the doorstep. As an established dental technician, you can focus on your specialty area. Or alternatively, there’s plenty of scope for professional development.
  
Benefits:

  • Great work environment in a modern dental laboratory
  • Competitive salary commensurate with your skills and experience
  • Public transport and all amenities on the doorstep
  • Friendly, collaborative, supportive team environment

Duties:

  • Working in all areas of a busy dental laboratory to achieve best workflow
  • Consultation and technical customer service of laboratory products and services to clients
  • CAD Scan/Design, Metal/Zirconia/Glass Works, CAM, model work, Acrylic;
  • Develop treatment plans in consultation with customers
  • Remake/Adjustment cases to determine cause of issue and repair
  • Quality control procedures in conjunction with General Manager/Laboratory

Skills and Experience:

  • Have at least 2+ years’ experience within a Dental Laboratory;
  • Demonstrate a solid understanding of Crown and Bridge technology;
  • Be registered (or have applied for registration with) the Dental Council (desirable not essential)
  • Be highly organised with excellent attention to detail and time management skills;
  • Be able to work autonomously as well as within a team environment
  • Have a positive ‘can do’ attitude

  
  
Please note only candidates that meet our client’s selection criteria will be contacted.
  
Job ID: KFDTA03
 

MCSP2-3692982

  • Full administration support and all resources provided 
  • An organisation that embraces your professional perspective
  • School-based role 2 days per week in Oakley
  • Cranbourne Clinic 1 day per week
  • Between $36-$40 P/hour

  
About the Employer
Our client is a well established, multidisciplinary Clinic of Speech Pathology and Audiology practice, that has been providing dedicated care to their patients for over 30 years. They’re committed to total hearing and communication management. 
  

About the Role:
Our client is seeking a passionate and reliable Speech Pathologist to join their supportive team, on an ongoing part-time basis. This position will be a school-based role, 2 days per week in Oakley, plus working from one if their clinic’s in Cranbourne, 1 day per week.
The successful applicant will be provided with ongoing support, mentoring, professional development, full administration support and all resources required.
  

Benefits:

  • Room for personal and professional growth
  • An opportunity to work with a close knit and supportive tea
  • Onsite parking available
  • Ongoing position
  • Between $36-$40 P/hour

  
Duties:

  • Focusing on leading and supporting students to reach their individual goals,
  • Communicate and collaborate effectively with the class teachers, educational support officer and the wider multi-disciplinary team to ensure students benefit from the curriculum and are empowered to be confident members of their community.
  • Conduct assessment of clients in all areas of speech pathology such as speech, language, voice, fluency, social skills and swallowing.
  • Deliver intervention across all age ranges including early childhood, school age and adults.
  • Document, record, evaluate progress and make recommendations for all clients
  • Provide support to clients and their families through both direct and indirect means

  
Qualifications, Skills and Experience

  • Recognised university qualification in Speech Therapy and current membership with Speech Pathology Australia
  • Experience working with a paediatric caseload and/or supporting young people with learning difficulties
  • Excellent time management skills and a high degree of flexibility and reliability.
  • Knowledge and experience in the provision of current evidence-based speech pathology services to children and families
  • The ability to work both independently and as part of a team
  • Current Drivers License – essential
  • Possess or be eligible for a positive Working With Children Check 

  
Great opportunity to support and assist each individual become actively independence within their capacity to achieve their goals
  
New graduates and early career speech pathologists are encouraged to apply!
  
Please note only candidates that meet our client’s selection criteria will be contacted.
  
Job ID: MCSP2

MCCSM1-3690519

  • One of Australia’s leading day and short stay hospitals
  • Previous experience within day services setting and Private Healthcare Sector
  • Significant scope for career growth and promotion
  • Located South-Eastern suburbs of Melbourne

About the Employer
Our client is one of Australia’s leading day, and short stay hospital groups. The dedicated team focus on providing exceptional services to their customers through clinical outcomes and exceptional patient care. The hospital caters for plastic and reconstructive surgery, ophthalmology and oral maxillo-facial surgery.
  

About the Role:
Due to significant growth our client is seeking an experienced Clinical Services Manager with the passion, skills, knowledge and enthusiasm to step into this pivotal role.  
  

Benefits:

  • Competitive remuneration $110k base + 9.5% super
  • Let your experience, managerial skills and talent lead the way
  • Lead a team of passionate and like-minded clinical professionals
  • Significant scope for career growth and promotion
  • Monday to Friday – No Weekends!

  
Duties Include:

  • Deliver excellent customer service
  • Ensure the annual Business Plan is followed
  • Ensure effective and efficient management of Human Resources, including rostering.
  • Ensure Information is effectively managed.
  • Implementation of Occupational Health and Safety policy and management plan
  • Participate in the development and implementation of Quality Improvement programs

  
Skills and Experience:

  • Previous employment as a Unit Manager in the perioperative setting (essential)
  • Knowledge of Private Healthcare sector
  • Minimum 3-5 years demonstrated success in a clinical leadership role
  • Current AHPRA registration and Driver’s license
  • Ability to work well under pressure and remain flexible, in a changing dynamic environment
  • The ability to be firm and consistent, whilst maintaining a friendly disposition
  • Proven ability to create a hospital culture providing premium service for doctors, patients and carers.
  • Thorough understanding of clinical governance and accreditation processes
  • Proficient computer skills and experience using documentation and reporting systems
  • Excellent communication, organisation and leadership skills coupled with the ability to remain client focused, flexible and professional at all times  

  
Please note only candidates that meet our client’s selection criteria will be contacted.
  
Job ID: MCCSM1

MCSP1.1-3688967

New graduates and early career speech pathologists are encouraged to apply!

  • Highly supportive workplace environment
  • An organisation that embraces your professional perspective
  • School-based role 2 days per week in Oakley
  • Cranbourne Clinic 1 day per week
  • Between $36-$40 P/hour

About the Employer
Our client is a well established, family run Speech Pathology and Audiology practice, that has been providing dedicated care to their patients for over 30 years. They’re committed to total hearing and communication management.
  

About the Role:
Our client is seeking a passionate and reliable Speech Pathologist to join their supportive team, on an ongoing casual basis. This position will be school-based 2 days per week in Oakley, plus working from one if their clinic in Cranbourne, 1 day per week.The successful applicant will be provided with ongoing support, mentoring, full administration support and professional development.
  

Benefits:

  • Room for personal and professional growth
  • An opportunity to work with a close knit and supportive team
  • Onsite parking available
  • Ongoing casual position
  • Between $36-$40 P/hour

  
Duties:

  • Focusing on leading and supporting students to reach their individual goals,
  • Communicate and collaborate effectively with the class teachers, educational support officer and the wider multi-disciplinary team to ensure students benefit from the curriculum and are empowered to be confident members of their community.
  • Conduct assessment of clients in all areas of speech pathology such as speech, language, voice, fluency, social skills and swallowing.
  • Deliver intervention across all age ranges including early childhood, school age and adults.
  • Document, record, evaluate progress and make recommendations for all clients
  • Provide support to clients and their families through both direct and indirect means

  
Qualifications, Skills and Experience

  • Recognised university qualification in Speech Therapy and current membership with Speech Pathology Australia
  • Experience working with a paediatric caseload and/or supporting young people with learning difficulties
  • Excellent time management skills and a high degree of flexibility and reliability.
  • Knowledge and experience in the provision of current evidence-based speech pathology services to children and families
  • The ability to work both independently and as part of a team
  • Current Drivers License – essential
  • Possess or be eligible for a positive Working With Children Check 
  • Access to a laptop desirable

  
Great opportunity to support and assist each individual become actively independence within their capacity to achieve their goals
  
New graduates and early career speech pathologists are encouraged to apply!
  
Please note only candidates that meet our client’s selection criteria will be contacted.
  
Job ID: MCSP1.1

KFDTC02-3690068

  • Competitive salary based on skills and experience
  • Join a friendly team in a state-of-the-art dental laboratory
  • Great career and professional development opportunities

  
About the Employer
Our client is a Melbourne based dental laboratory servicing the Australian dental industry, specialising in the fabrication of quality restorations for dental prosthetics, specialising in implant, ceramic and crown and bridge procedures.  
They pride themselves on delivering the highest quality products in a timely manner using the most advanced technology available; and are now on the lookout for a passionate and technically skilled Ceramist to join their team. This position is based in Abbotsford. 
  
About the Role:
This could be your dream job! Join a warm, friendly and collaborative team in their modern dental laboratory. As an established Ceramic dental technician, you can focus on your specialty area; comfortable in the knowledge that there’s plenty of variety every day and scope for professional and career progression within the organisation.
  
Benefits:

  • Great work environment utilising the most advanced technology available
  • Competitive Salary Package commensurate with your skills and experience
  • Friendly, collaborative, supportive team environment

Duties:
To work as a Dental Technician in all aspects of the dental laboratory, primarily the ceramic department including:

  • Building of porcelain onto zirconia/metal substructures and also stain/glaze on all restoration types at a high standard set by the management team.
  • Work on Remake/Adjustment cases to determine cause of issue and repair.
  • Complete regular volumes of laminated crowns and stain/glaze on a daily basis
  • Provide technical customer service to customers including discuss, review and develop treatment plans in consultation with customers.
  • Coordinate and direct quality control procedures in conjunction with the QC Manager.
  • Work collaboratively to achieve best workflow and results, this includes but not limited to CAD scan/design, metal/zirconia works, CAM, model work, and acrylic.

Skills and Experience:
The successful candidate will:

  • Have at least 5 or more years’ relevant experience within a Dental Laboratory;
  • Demonstrate a solid understanding of Crown and Bridge technology;
  • Dental Technician Qualifications
  • Be highly organised with excellent attention to detail and time management skills;
  • Be able to work autonomously as well as within a team environment
  • Have a positive ‘can do’ attitude.

  

Please forward your cover letter and CV with your application
Detailed position descriptions are available on request

Please note only candidates that meet our client’s selection criteria will be contacted.
  
Job ID: KFDTC02

KFDTP02-3690066

Laboratory Dental Technician – Proform Department
  • Competitive salary based on skills and experience
  • Join a friendly team in a state-of-the-art dental laboratory
  • Great career and professional development opportunities

About the Employer
Our client is a Melbourne based dental laboratory servicing the Australian dental industry, specialising in the fabrication of quality restorations for dental prosthetics, specialising in implant, ceramic and crown and bridge procedures.  
They pride themselves on delivering the highest quality products in a timely manner using the most advanced technology available; and are now on the lookout for a passionate and technically skilled dental technician to join their Proform Department. This position is based in Abbotsford. 
  
About the Role:
This could be your dream job! Join a warm, friendly and collaborative team in their modern dental laboratory.
  
As Dental Technician in the Proform department you will be involved in all aspects of the dental laboratory, including designing, fabricating and repairing mouth guards, splints and prosthetic appliances.
Focus on your specialty area; comfortable in the knowledge that there’s plenty of variety every day and scope for professional and career progression within the organisation.
  
Benefits:

  • Great work environment utilising the most advanced technology available
  • Competitive Salary Package commensurate with your skills and experience
  • Friendly, collaborative, supportive team environment

Duties:
To work as a Dental Technician in all aspects of the Proform department including:

  • Production of thermoformed appliances such as splints, mouth guards and/or basic prosthetic of a high standard
  • Preparation of impressions by trimming and preparing gypsum models to produce prosthetic appliances
  • The ability to work collaboratively within the team to achieve daily targets
  • Participation in the research and testing of new products, techniques and appliances
  • Direct liaison with external clients and dentists

Skills and Experience:
The successful candidate will:

  • Have at least 1 or more years’ relevant experience within a Dental Laboratory;
  • Demonstrate a solid understanding of design, fabrication and repair of mouth guards, splints and prosthetic appliances
  • Dental Technician Qualifications
  • Be highly organised with excellent attention to detail and time management skills;
  • Be able to work autonomously as well as within a team
  • Have a positive ‘can do’ attitude.

  Please forward your cover letter and CV with your application

A detailed position description is available on request

Please note only candidates that meet our client’s selection criteria will be contacted.
  
Job ID: KFDTP02