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  • Executive - CBC Staff Selection

    • Manager

      cairns show

      • Service Delivery Excellence
      • Varied Unique Role
      • Passion For Community

      This is a unique opportunity to join an organisation that is steeped in history, and proudly the largest regional show in Australia. The Association is so much more than the show, with a viable venue with huge potential throughout the year.

      As the Manager you will work very closely with the board. As an experienced leader, you will create and promote:

      • Excellence in operational, hands on leadership across finance, administration HR and facilities management
      • Strengthen relationships with stakeholders and customers to expand and drive business
      • Promote, manage and market events planning and growth
      • Improvements in contract management, negotiation and execution
      • Continually raise the bar for quality, risk compliance and governance

      Underpinning your success will be high levels of energy and pro-activity, along with excellent communication and interpersonal skills. The role is highly varied, you must be adaptable to change and able to multitask.   Your ability to forge strong relationships and your influencing skills will be paramount to your success.

      All direct applicants, or those from other agencies, will be referred directly to CBC Staff Selection.

      In Complete confidence, contact Sally Mlikota

      [email protected]

      email resume and covering letter

      Or call on

      07 4051 9699 – business hours

      Or on Saturday, 9:00am – Mid-day, 0407 372 275

      If this job isn’t quite right for you but you are looking for a new position, please contact us for a confidential discussion on your career.

      Job Reference: 542378/SM

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    • Practice Manager (Temp Role) - REF 531154/VS

       

      A Little Bit About Your New Employer

      In this unique opportunity, you’ll get the chance to work for well recognised and highly regarded Not-For-Profit indigenous organisation.

      Your Exciting, New Role

      The Practice Manager is responsible for the operation of organisational objectives, marketing, compliance with policies and procedures with the aim of meeting high standards in patient care, human resources, budgetary management, business growth, a safe environment and a sound ‘best practice’ based culture.

      In addition to the general running of the medical practice, the Practice Manager performs a range of budgetary, administrative, clinical and marketing tasks in order to promote business and community relationships and growth of the medical practice. The Practice Manager must show skills of emersion within the position.

      The Skills You Bring

      The following minimum competencies are required to perform the duties of a Practice Manager:

      • At least 3 years management experience;
      • Current CPR;
      • Familiar with WH&S compliance;
      • Sound understanding of the RACGP Standards;
      • Previous experience using ‘Best Practice’ medical software;
      • Experience working with Microsoft Office Suite specifically Word, Excel and Outlook;

      Skill and Qualifications – Desirable:

      • Diploma of Practice Management/Business Management;
      • Experience in working with Indigenous and/or disadvantaged communities;
      • Foster wellbeing across all school programs (including community engagement, enrolment, boarding, special needs, transition, career development);
      • Develop, implement and evaluate innovative and contemporary wellbeing strategies and initiatives;
      • Ability to liaise, advise and negotiate effectively with key stakeholders;
      • Professional manner and presentation;
      • Effective organisation, prioritisation and task management skills;
      • Public speaking;
      • Experience in fundraising and acquitting funding contracts;
      • Ability to manage a dynamic multidisciplinary team;
      • Sound understanding of privacy and confidentiality laws and regulations;
      • Knowledge and experience in areas Mental Health, Addiction and substance abuse issues, and Aboriginal Health issues;
      • Behave in a way that contributes to a workplace that endorses diversity and is intolerant of discrimination, harassment and bullying behaviour

      What’s In It For You!

      A rewarding remuneration package is on offer in addition to the ability to play an integral role in the further development of a community based organisation.

      What you do now

      If you're interested in this role, please forward an up-to-date copy of your CV, or call us now.

      If this job isn’t quite right for you but you are looking for a new position, please contact us for a confidential discussion on your career.

      Job Reference: 531154/VS

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    • Broker Assistant (Insurance) - REF 522045/BD

       

      A Little Bit About Your New Employer

      In this ‘once and a life time’ opening, you will get the opportunity to join a prestigious, first class organisation, offering career enhancement. If you are looking for variety in your day and to showcase your skills in a reputable business, then look no further!

      Your Exciting, New Role

      As the Brokers Assistant, you'll be joining a large professional team of brokers tasked with, processing new business, endorsements and renewals. Your team will rely on you to provide high-quality broker support and your role will form an integral part of this dynamic office.

      You’ll be providing a range of support which includes:

      • Organising day to day activities of the Broker/Account Manager;
      • Processing new business, endorsements and renewals;
      • Typing correspondence and answering telephones;
      • Banking;
      • Client liaison and general administration;

      You will require previous experience in Insurance Broking in accordance with RG146 competencies including:

      • Insurance products;
      • Legislative obligations;
      • Claims processes;
      • Invoicing procedures.

      The Senior Broker will be your direct supervisor, providing you with all the support and direction you may need.

      The Skills You Bring

      • You will require previous experience in general insurance broking;
      • You will require a Tier 2 qualification (this is an ASIC standard required in the general insurance broking industry);
      • You will have worked in a similar role and have excellent technical administration skills;
      • You will have a strong understanding of technology and systems and your Microsoft Office products knowledge is astonishing;
      • You will need to be an and can work with limited direction and supervision;
      • You are a natural communicator with excellent oral and written communication skills;
      • You are naturally friendly with a confident nature;
      • When it comes to setting you are a total professional at managing multiple competing priorities to achieve specific goals.

      What’s In It For You!

      This is a full time permanent position. You’ll be getting the chance to work for a company that supports and encourages further study in Insurance. A generous salary package is on offer for the right Candidate.

      What you do now

      If you're interested in this role, please forward an up-to-date copy of your CV, or call us now.

      If this job isn’t quite right for you but you are looking for a new position, please contact us for a confidential discussion on your career.

      Job Reference: 522045/BD

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    • Manager – Aged Care - REF 15137/VS

       

      A Little Bit About Your New Employer

      Located in a small, remote and beautiful part of the Cape York Peninsula, you will be joining an established, well respected organisation and will be assisting them in a rapidly developing township.

      Your Exciting, New Role

      Joining a supportive work environment, you will ensure the smooth operation, compliance, and high quality of care to fragile aged and disabled clients adhering to budget requirements and client needs.

      Key responsibilities of the role will include:

      • Develop, manage and ensure delivery of program services ensuring they are compliant with legislation, standards, contractual requirements and internal policy
      • Develop, lead and motivate a team
      • Manage risks and issues arising in the course of service management
      • Promote and maintain positive relationships with internal and external stakeholders
      • Advise and consult with all relevant parties regarding complex and sensitive matters in accordance with the programs and policies

      As much as this is a permanent full time role our client is open to reviewing applications of candidates who are happy to work on a short term contract basis (2-3 months).

      You will have significant direct contact with members of the community, employees, consumers, their advocates and/or carers and the Director Community Services will be your direct supervisor.

      The Skills You Bring

      • You have a minimum tertiary qualification - Human Services or a related field
      • Ideally, you have a minimum 5 years' experience working in a similar role
      • You are a natural communicator with outstanding time management, conflict resolution and negotiation skills
      • You have a commitment to the high quality care and protection of clients
      • You have cultural knowledge and understanding of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people and be responsive and communicate sensitively and effectively
      • Team work is a must in this role, leading the team to achieve successful outcomes
      • You have the ability to supervise and coordinate the work of carers
      • You have proven success in managing services and programs with a budget
      • You pride yourself on your organisation skills and your drive and determination to deliver high quality results, meet deadlines and service standards
      • You have a clear Federal Police Check

      What’s In It For You!

      You will receive a generous salary package and will gain ‘hands on’ experience working within an Indigenous community. Subsidised accommodation will be provided, along with a range of other incentives and benefits, including a remote allowance.

      If this job isn’t quite right for you but you are looking for a new position, please contact us for a confidential discussion on your career.

      Job Reference: 15137/VS

      Please click on the image below to apply now!

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