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Busy general practice requires experienced RN to work 7-8 day fortnight. Tuesday to Friday with no weekend or evening work. Candidate must have recent CDM & treatment room experience. Current AHPRA registration/Immunisation/CPR certificatse along with Police Clearance required. Experience on Best Practice desirable but not essential. Must be a self starter with the ability to work as part of a small team and be passionate about patient care..Generous remuneration based on experience.
Is this you? If so please forward confidential resume to: *****@rfg.com.au + click to reveal


Exciting new position for a full-time ACFI Co-ordinator to work within our growing team at Coolibah.
Reporting to the Residential Facility Manager you will be responsible for the coordination and submission of the ACFI funding claims ensuring maximisation is appropriate to the resident's usual care needs.
You will also be responsible for providing support and guidance to staff on the completion of ACFI assessment.
Established in 1969 Coolibah Total Caring has grown to become a leading provider of accommodation and services to older Australians in the Peel region. Coolibah Total Caring is one of the largest stand –alone organisation's in Western Australia where our services make a difference to people's lives.
Key Responsibilities of the Role
Support the customer service manager and facility manager to undertake ACFI predictions pre admission to facilitate appropriate admission to the facility Ensure documentation related to assessments is completed in a correct, timely and accurate manner following a defined process and appropriately documented and stored Audit and evaluate all ACFI assessments, submissions, downgrades, uplifts and the resulting implementation of care and ensure funding minimization and compliance Through effective leadership and collaboration with the clinical nurse manager take responsibility, supervise and oversee that clinical care is implemented as per the designated assessments to ensure residents needs are met in a timely manner and meet legislative, best practice, organisational standards and have a customer focus Act as a leader and the expert resource within the business in relation to ACFI and clinical care including provision of training as required Delivery of education to all key personnel and nursing staff in all facilities within the designated area in relation to ACFI The ACFI Coordinator will exercise an awareness of professional accountability under the law and professional practice Lead, identify, analyse and act upon audit and risks to ensure continuous quality improvement and risk mitigation strategies including occupational health and safety Ensure that all services are delivered in line with Coolibah's policies and procedures and actively review and improve these as identified with teams
Essential Selection Criteria for this role
Registered Nurse Division 1, with at least 5 years post graduate experience in clinical care AHPRA registration Contemporaneous knowledge on legislation pertaining to all aspects of clinical care and service delivery Previous experience in leadership and coordination of teams Previous experience in overseeing ACFI assessments and submissions of aged care funding and ACFI Previous experience in educating teams A good understanding and experience in the aged care standards and accreditation process
How to apply for this position
If you meet the above criteria, please forward your resume by Thursday 16th November 2017 to *****@coolibahtotalcaring.com.au. + click to reveal
Applicants must include a current resume and a detailed covering letter stating their suitability for the role.
A full position description is available upon request or by emailing *****@coolibahtotalcaring.com.au + click to reveal
Please note that only successful applicants will be contacted.
Permanent role Competitive Rates - Some roles being above award rate Flexible working options
Who are we?
Sugarman Australia is a specialist consultancy wholly focused on supporting clients and the specialist professionals within the Health & Social care sector. We support in the NFP, private, public and charity based sectors.
Our Nursing Division recruit and place RN's & EN's across all specialisms of Nursing, throughout Australia for; Casual work, temp contracts and perm opportunities.
What is the opportunity available?
We currently have a number of roles throughout the ED space in the Perth Metro Area;
Busy Emergency Department Permanent & part time opportunities Flexible work arrangement with 8 or 12 hour shifts Ongoing support and professional development Staff benefits such as onsite parking
Do you want to build a career in emergency nursing, Do you have relevant emergency/critical care nursing experience coupled with an ability to work in fast paced, dynamic environment ?
Essential Criteria
Current AHPRA registration Minimum 2+ years proven recent experience in Emergency ALS training - desirable Triage certified - desirable A valid National Police Check and Working With Children Check, or willingness to obtain these Current Australian Work Rights
Additional Sugarman Australia are regularly recruiting for EN/RN/Midwives for the Perth Metro and Regional WA areas - to hear about our other exciting opportunities please contact our Perth Office *****43 + click to reveal
To apply please click APPLY below to submit your CV.
The provider:
This reputable Aged Care provider has been established for over 20 years. They employ people who are passionate about the elderly and offer on going education and support to ensure development and growth within their team.
This is a lovely facility with a wonderful and supportive Clinical team that will make your day that much more pleasant.
As the leader of the team you will be responsible for driving a healthy and safe environment for all employees whilst promoting the delivery of the highest level of care to residents.

Responsibilities will include:
Engage staff and encourage a strong culture of team work Promote a positive and caring environment Minimise vacancies Drive clinical governance to ensure accreditation standards are met at all times Clinical development of the care staff Management of financial budgets and HR
The Ideal Candidate Will Have:
Minimum 2 years experience as a Facility Manager An ability to understand and work with Aged Care Legislation, Accreditation and Funding (ACFI) Strong relationship building skills both with staff and stakeholders Exceptional communication skills Passion and drive Qualifications in business or management Experience in HR, financial and budget management RN DIV1 with Registration with AHPRA Australian Work Rights
To apply online please click on the appropriate link below. Alternatively, for a confidential discussion, please contact Scott on *****09 + click to reveal or you can email your inquiry to *****@sigmaresourcing.com.au+ click to reveal
Are you looking for a role which will challenge you to develop your communication and social connection skills?
Do you enjoy teaching people and seeing them progress and develop?
Are you interested in new ways of working with the person, their family and community?
Are you energetic and enjoy the outdoors and connecting with others?
Then keep reading.
'I'm 25 and live in my own place in Mandurah; I have a great love of life and enjoy being outdoors. I'm very sociable and have a close circle of friends, with whom I love to hang out with. I work in a variety of roles, including working in the library, doing deliveries for my local council and working in a paid position at one of the universities in Perth.' I need support to build on new and current opportunities around work, relationships and home.
On any given day I may need you to be in one or all of the following roles;
Mentor - sharing your life experience and guidance with me as I go through my day. You'll be a story teller, sharing examples I can relate to. Teacher - identifying how I learn things and embedding learning in my day in ways that are motivating and meaningful to me. Coach - supporting me to set my goals and engaging with the physical and social environments I'm in to set me up for success. Supporter - giving me the practical support I need every day, with a view to increasing my ability to do things for myself.
If you are the mentor I'm looking for, you will...
have high levels of emotional and social intelligence be interested in building community and connecting people have outstanding communication and interpersonal skills have an awareness of health and safety be committed to supporting people to be independent and to do more for themselves be eager to learn and are open-minded have an enthusiastic can-do-attitude have an ability to take direction
If you are studying to become a teacher, nurse, social worker, police officer or other areas where you will be working with a diverse group of people and you are keenly interested in learning how to support people to make friends, communicate and use technology, then this role is ideal for you.
Attractive remuneration available for the right person. You are required to have a National Police Clearance and a current drivers license (a work vehicle is provided). Qualifications and experience will be considered but are not essential for this work as full training is provided. So if you are interested in exploring contemporary approaches to working with people with high support needs associated with disability, please submit a multi-media application along with your resume to *****@gmail.com + click to reveal by close of business 13th November, 2017.
A multi-media resume could be, for example, a film of you talking about yourself and why you are suitable for this role, and/or a photo montage demonstrating your attributes. Feel welcome to be creative.
This is an exciting part time opportunity. Dan is part of the Microboards Australia community of learning and practice - applicants will view: http://microboard.org.au/what-is-a-microboard/
Disability Support Worker | Pinjarra

During school term 2 x three hour shifts per week
During school break 1 x six hour shift per week
About the Organisation
Life Without Barriers is a leading social purpose, not for profit organisation working in more than 300 communities across Australia. We support children, young people and families, people with disability, older people and people with mental illness. We work with people who are homeless and refugees and asylum seekers.
We want to employ people who reflect the diversity of our clients to ensure we can support each client's individual needs and wants. We encourage people of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander background and people with disability to apply. About the role
This is a challenging but rewarding opportunity for you to make a positive impact in the life of a 13 years old boy living in Pinjarra, Perth. You will be actively supporting his individual needs including personal care/toileting, community access and creating a safe environment. Our client enjoys going to the beach, swimming pool and other activities. This role will be based in Pinjarra, Perth. Hours will be from 2:40pm (3 hours) twice a week during the school term and one 6 hour day during school breaks. Key Responsibilities
Personal care including toileting Community Access & Transport Maintain & Monitor Person Centred Plans Documenting & Progress Note keeping
Skills & Experience
Experience working with challenging behaviours and Autism (non-verbal) Unrestricted Australian Drivers Licence Certificate III Community Welfare, Disability or similar Current Provide First Aid Certificate
Successful candidates will be required to clear probity checks including National Criminal History Record Check and provide a Working with Children Check. Benefits
Opportunity to work for one of Australia’s largest social purpose organisations Career Development Salary Sacrifice Tax Benefits
How to Apply
Include your resume and covering letter in one document, click ‘Apply’ and follow the prompts. For any enquiries contact Abi at *****@lwb.org.au. + click to reveal Applications are currently scheduled to close at midnight on 15th November 2017
About the role Healthcare Australia are looking for experienced Disability Support Workers to work with our client in the Mandurah area. This will be High Care within a group home environment and duties will include but are not limited to; hoisting, personal care, teaching life skills, domestic duties and taking clients out into the community.

About you You will be a bubbly, passionate, flexible, hardworking and enthusiastic individual who is client focused and wants to make a difference. You must have a manual drivers licence and be able to drive a van.

• Manual drivers licence
• Minimum of 6 months experience
• Clear National Police Clearance obtained in the last 12 months
• First Aid - or willing to apply
• Willing to obtain a Working With Children card
• Willing to attend Manual Handling, CPR & Meds training

• Manual Handling & BLS training provided free of charge to successful candidates
• Sleepovers, day support and weekends
• Regular work with regular clients
• Opportunity to work with the number one healthcare organisation

If this sounds like your ideal role and you match the criteria above, please submit apply online using the following link https://www.healthcareaustralia.com.au/registratio... alternatively you can contact Leah Bees at *****@healthcareaustralia.com.au + click to reveal or 08 *****50 + click to reveal
Friendlies Pharmacy Falcon WA's fastest growing Pharmacy Brand Great culture and Team.
The Role
This is a busy fast paced pharmacy, duties will include;
Counselling patients on prescription and non-prescription medication use. Provision of a range of professional Health services including Medschecks, Health Checks, Diabetes etc Promotion of healthcare solutions and services
Registration with AHPRA as a pharmacist Be passionate about delivering exemplary patient care, professional health services, and customer care Strong communication and interpersonal skills
For more information on this exciting opportunity, apply now.....
For a confidential discussion, call Denise *****17 + click to reveal
All applications are in complete confidence and will be reviewed on receipt.