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  • People & Culture Manager

    <div class=jobsearch-jobDescriptionText id=jobDescriptionText><p><p><div><div><div><div>We work on challenging and exciting projects, shape the way we evolve, adapt and transform the industries that we work in. We rally together, drawing on the diverse skills across our teams and create environments where great ideas are heard.<div><div><div><br> <div> This opportunity will see you join a strong brand, highly experienced team with a reputation for delivery and working together for our customers to develop and provide solutions.<br> <div><div><div><div><b>About the role<b><div><div><div><br> <div> The role will provide People and Culture business partnering to support the people strategy and manage people issues while assisting in driving performance on this large transport infrastructure project. This role will see you working out of the North Sydney Project Management Office (PMO).<br> <div><ul><li><div> Support the mobilisation of the project<div><li><li> Lead and manage a team that provides timely and accurate PampCERIR advice to the Internal Stakeholders.<li><li> Develop and implementation of PampC strategies <li><li><div>Work closely with local community groups and educational institutions to support sourcing strategies to ensure capability and to deliver workforce development targets.<div><li><li> Assist with the coaching and development of leaders<li><ul><div><div><br> <div><b> About You <b><div><ul><li>Experience in a similar large scale construction environment with relevant qualifications<li><li> Ability to manage multiple competing stakeholder demands in a time critical environment.<li><li><div> Collaborate as part of a supportive high-performing team “ providing mentoring and coaching to individuals<div><li><li><div> Develop and drive a support and performing culture across the business.<div><li><ul><div><div><br> <div><b> What we offer <b><div><ul><li>Diverse opportunities to grow, back yourself and achieve<li><li> The chance to join a 6,000+ strong organisation owned by the CIMIC Group, one of the worlds leading international contractors<li><li> Pathways for you to succeed and the space for you to carve your own journey<li><li> Competitive group remuneration and benefits including health and wellbeing program with company-funded salary continuance insurance<li><li> Flexible work arrangements - have a chat to us around how this can work for you<li><li> A culture that values diversity and innovation, evolving with market changes and new technologies<li><ul><div><b> What makes you right for UGL <b><div><ul><li><div>Genuine concern for safety<div><li><li><div> Capacity to flourish in a high-performance environment<div><li><li><div> An innovative mindset and a willingness to challenge the norm<div><li><li><div> You believe success and value are driven by real teams where everyone has a role to play<div><li><ul><div><b> About Us<b><div><div> UGL Pty Limited is a leading provider of end-to-end engineering, construction and maintenance services. We are active across rail and transport, communications and technology systems, oil and gas, power, renewables and resources, water and defence markets. UGL partners with some of the world™s largest blue-chip companies and government agencies, private enterprises and public institutions. We are a member of the CIMIC Group of companies.<div><div><div><br> <div> As a diversified services organisation, UGL appreciates the diversity and richness of its people, and seeks to create inclusive environments that promote your talent and skills.<div><div><div><br> <div> Job Ref No 239118<div><div> Work180<div><div><div><p><p><br> <p><b> Discipline<b><b><b> HR Manager<p><p><b> Primary Location<b><b><b> Australia-NSW-North Shore amp Northern Beaches<p><p><b> Work Type<b><b><b> Full-time<p><div><div><div><div>

    location Australia, New South Wales


  • Shared Services Manager

    <div class=jobsearch-jobDescriptionText id=jobDescriptionText><div>Global Media, PR amp Data Consultancy Firm - Shared Services Manager - Permanent Role - Lead A Large Team<p><br> <b> Your new company<b> <br> Your new company is a leading Media, PR, Branding amp Data Management Consultancy firm. Having recently had a restructure of how the business works, this organisation requires a Shared Services Manager who will manage their transactional services - including Credit Control, Billings, Accounts Payable amp Master Data. This organisation boasts a modern, collaborative working culture and excellent internal opportunities. <br> <br> <b>Your new role<b> <br> Your new role will be Transaction Processing Shared Services Manager role. the main focus of the role will be to ensure the processes are as streamlined and efficient as possible and that the team is working to full capacity, ensuring that all transactions are processed accurately and timely. The main duties and responsibilities are as follows<br> <p><ul><li>Lead a team of 20+ to ensure the accurate and timely processing of transactions<li> <li>Ensure all processes, policies and procedures are adhered to <li><li>Driving the performance amp success of the transactional areas<li> <li>Managing and Implementing KPIs<li> <li>Stakeholder management amp relationship building<li> <ul> <br> This role is on a full-time, permanent basis and will be based in the Sydney CBD office. <br> <br> <b>What youll need to succeed<b><br> <br> <ul><li>Strong people leader with experience leading a large team <li><li>Experience with transformation amp experience in a professional environment <li><li>Local experience in a global organisation <li><li>Flexible and can deal with a changing environment <li><li>Excellent analytical skills and a solid background within the finance space and with accounting systems<li> <ul> <br> <b>What youll get in return<b> <br> Should you be successful in this role, not only will you be working for a dynamic and flexible organisation , you will be remunerated excellently and have the ability to work flexibly. <br> <br> <b>What you need to do now<b><br> If youre interested in this role, click apply now to forward an up-to-date copy of your CV to amy.rowehays.com.au, or call Amy Rowe now.<br> If this job isnt quite right for you but you are looking for a new position, please contact us for a confidential discussion on your career.<br> <br> <b>LHS 297508<b> 2340028<div><div>

    location Australia, New South Wales


  • Human Resource Manager (Temporary Full

    <div class=jobsearch-jobDescriptionText id=jobDescriptionText><p><p><div><div>- 00007LL6<div><div><div> <div><ul><li><b> Clerk Grade 910<b><li><li><b> Temporary Full-Time up to 12 months<b><li><li><b> Parramatta<b><li><ul><br> <div><div><br> <div><b>JOB NOTES<b><div><br> <div><div><div><b>Essential requirements - candidates must<b><div> <ul><li>obtain and maintain the requisite security clearance for this role.<li><li> hold a current driver™s licence with no traffic offences recorded on their driving history within the last six (6) months.<li><li> have proven knowledge of human resources framework in the NSW Public Sector.<li><li> have high level analytical and problem-solving skills, and a demonstrated proficiency in the use of computerised HR information management systems.<li><li> have demonstrated ability in coordinating and managing a diverse team.<li><ul><br> <div><div><br> <div>This is a <b>temporary assignment <b>under <i>Section 81D of the Police Act 1990 <i><b>up to 12 months.<b><div><br> <div><div><br> <div>Applications from Australian Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people are encouraged.<div><br> <div><div><div>This recruitment may be used to create a Talent Pool for similar future roles (ongoing or temporary) that may arise over the next 12 months.<div><br> <div><div><div><b>For your application to be considered, you <b><b>must<b><div> <ul><li>attach a cover letter<li><li> attach an up-to-date CVResume and<li><li> address each of the Target Questions in the text boxes provided in the online application or attach as a separate document. <i>Please limit your response to no more than 1 page per question.<i><li><ul><br> <div><div><br> <div><b>Please do not attach<b> copies of Qualifications, Certificates or documentation (other than a ResumeCV) - you can bring these if called for interview.<div><div><div><br> <div> Prior to commencement, the successful candidate will be required to undergo a rigorous National Police (criminal history) Check and obtain and maintain a Security Clearance as determined by the NSW Police Force.<div><div><div><br> <div> Applications can only be submitted electronically online via the I Work for NSW website.<div><br> <div><div><div><b>For information on applying for roles with the NSW Police Force <b><b>click here<b><div><br> <div><div><div><b>To view or download the Role Description <b><b>click here<b><div><br> <div><div><div><b>APPLICATIONS CLOSE SUNDAY 1 MARCH 2020 at 11.59 pm<b><div><div><div><br> <div> <div><div><div><b> Location<b> Sydney Region-Sydney - Greater West<div><div><b> Work Type<b> Full-time<div><div><b> <b><div><div><b> Total Remuneration Package<b> 134,668. Package includes salary (110,745 - 122,038), employers contribution to superannuation and annual leave loading.<div><div><b> Contact<b> Jacqueline Cole - HR Manager - (02) 8835 8318<div><div><b> Closing Date<b> 01-Mar-2020<div><div><b> Job Category<b> Information and communications technology<div><div><b> Organisation<b> NSW Police Force<div> <div><div><div><b> Responsibilities<b><div><div><br> <div> The position is responsible for the delivery of human resource services. The position provides advice and support to the CommanderBusiness Manager and Managers to ensure legislative compliance and best practice in human resource management.<div><div><div><br> <div><b> Key accountabilities<b><div><div><div><ul><li><div> Lead and manage a team of HR staff, driving capability and a proactive team culture to ensure value added services to clients that support business goals.<div><li><li><div> Provide high quality guidance and HR policy and industrial relations advice to the CommanderBusiness Manager and staff within the Command to facilitate the management of a full range of HR issues using relevant policies, processes and legislative requirements that better enable human resource contribution to Command outcomes.<div><li><li><div> Research, collate and analyse human resource information to formulate sustainable HR strategies and implement people plans that address current and future challenges and support ongoing and future business functions of the Command.<div><li><li><div> Implement and manage a range of HR functions and initiatives including Performance Management, WHS, Industrial Relations, Workforce Management and Position Management, underpinned by relevant policies, processes, legislation and frameworks to ensure Command human resource requirements are consistently met.<div><li><li><div> Develop, implement and monitor regular targets and deliverables for evaluation of human resource performance measures, to optimise efficiency and contribute to informed decision making and planning.<div><li><li><div> In compliance with the NSW Police Force Safety Management System, ensure that the work for which the position is responsible is carried out in ways which safeguard the health and safety of all workers.<div><li><ul><div><div><br> <div><b> Key challenges<b><div><div><div><ul><li><div> Continually adapting initiatives and processes to accommodate evolving corporate environments and ensure consistent, accurate and appropriate service delivery that aligns with broader corporate objectives and priorities.<div><li><li><div> Maintaining contemporary working knowledge of relevant policies, procedures, legislations and frameworks to ensure the integrity of human resources practices whilst operating outside of Human Resources Command.<div><li><ul><br> <div><div> <div><b>To view or download the Role Description <b><b>click here<b><div><div><div><br> <div> <div><div><div><b> Key Application Responses<b><div> <div><b> When preparing your application<b><br> <ul><li> Your application must stand on its own merits.<li><li> Responses to each question should be no more than 1 page per question.<li><li> If you do not demonstrate how you meet the Target Questions for this role, you will not proceed through to the Selection Process.<li><li> The completeness and relevance of your application will determine if you are called for an interview.<li><ul><b> Target Question 1<b><br> <div> Describe a time when you have deilvered high quality human resource advice on a sensitive and confidential matter. What challenges did you face?<div><br> <b> Target Question 2<b><br> <div><div> Describe a significant human resources challenge that you were confronted with recently. What steps did you take?<div><div><div><div><div><div><div>

    location Sydney, New South Wales


  • Human Resources Manager

    <ul><li><strong>Senior management role supporting one of the largest Aboriginal Community Controlled Health Organisations in the NT<strong><li><ul><ul><li><strong>Highly attractive salary circa 119,334 - 133,313 plus super, salary sacrificing amp relocation assistance<strong><li><ul><ul><li><strong>Amazing worklife balance, with 6 weeks annual leave giving you the chance to explore the wondrous Australian outback, as well as return home for holidays<strong><li><ul><h2>About<strong> Sunrise<strong><h2><p><em>Sunrise Health Service Aboriginal Corporation<em> is an Aboriginal Community Controlled Health Organisation. Their approach involves Aboriginal communities taking part in controlling their own health. Everything from financial management and governance, staff selection and service delivery priorities are directed by the organisations Aboriginal Board and Community Health Committees.<p><h2>About<strong> the Opportunity<strong><h2><p><em>Sunrise Health Service Aboriginal Corporation<em> currently has a rewarding opportunity for a personable and energetic <strong>HR Manager<strong> to join their multidisciplinary team on a full-time basis.<p><p>Reporting to the Director of Finance and Business Operations, this is a <strong>senior leadership role that will see you managing <em>Sunrises<em> human resources, safety and wellbeing, and payroll activities to attract, retain and positively engage staff in accordance with a 5-year Strategic Plan goal of 90 staff retention.<strong><p><p>You will have managerial oversight, of the Human Resources unit, and become a part of the Executive Management team.<p><p><strong>Your key responsibilities will include, but will not be limited to<strong><p><ul><li>Working collaboratively with senior management, internal staff, service providers and other stakeholders to contribute to Sunrise™s continued growth and change<li><li>Ensuring that all relevant documentation and records management is completed in accordance with legislative and organisational requirements<li><li>Driving the continuous improvement process, leading a range of people and corporate culture, safety, wellbeing and engagement projects<li><li>Developing and delivering Workforce Development strategies to provide more employment opportunities for Indigenous people and promote job equality in the workplace<li><li>Providing considered, confidential advice and analysis on relevant workplace matters and<li><li>Managing staff induction and exit procedures, including analysis of reasons for exit and implementation of remedial actions as required.<li><ul><p><em>For more information and the full position description, please click Apply Now<em><p><h2><strong>About the Benefits<strong><h2><p>This is an incredibly rewarding opportunity to work with an organisation thats building the capacity of remote Aboriginal communities in order to improve their health and wellbeing. <p><p>Your dedication will be rewarded with a <strong>highly attractive base salary circa 119,334 - 133,313<strong> (based on your skills and experience)<strong> plus super and salary packaging options up to 15,899 per year.<strong><p><p>You will also have access to a wide range of benefits including<p><ul><li><strong>6 weeks leave per year<strong><li><li><strong>Up to 10 days study leave<strong><li><li><strong>Travel allowance<strong> and<li><li><strong>Relocation assistance<strong>, negotiable with the right candidate.<li><ul><p>Working at <em>Sunrise Health Service<em> and living in the Katherine region has lifestyle benefits that are unique to the Northern Territory. With the Katherine Gorge on your doorstep and an incredible outdoor lifestyle on offer, combined with some of the best fishing in the world, the Northern Territory is the place to be to make the most of life™s adventures.<p><p><em>This is a unique opportunity to support a passionate organisation providing health services to some of the most disadvantaged communities in the Territory - Apply Now<em><p>

    location Sydney, New South Wales


  • Human Resources Manager

    <p><strong>The Position<strong><p> <p>Reporting to and working alongside the CEO, you will play a key role in supporting the business in all of its HR and employment related requirements. This will include maintaining and making improvements to our established HR functions and procedures.<p> <p><strong>The Role<strong><p> <p>This role includes all general facets of HR management, including<p> <ul> <li>Sourcing, recruitment and on-boarding of talent<li> <li>Providing ER and people related advice<li> <li>HR administration<li> <li>Interpreting, understanding and applying awards, HR processes and policies<li> <li>Providing guidance and advice on performance reviews, succession planning and the developmental needs of employees<li> <li>Develop, manage and execute an annual HR Plan<li> <li>Company Event Management <li><ul> <p><strong>Our Company<strong><p> <p>Moits is an industry leader specialising in demolition, excavation, remediation and civil works. For 35 years we have been renowned for quality, safety and environmental sustainability.<p> <p>Today, Moits employs over 280 staff in various roles across multiple sites. As we continue to expand, our employees grow with us. Bring your skills, experience and enthusiasm and join our team.<p> <p><strong>The Benefits<strong><p> <ul> <li>Reputable, family-owned company<li> <li>Competitive remuneration package<li> <li>Supportive and inclusive work and team culture<li> <li>Long term career opportunities, plus potential for career development<li> <li>Employee Assistance Program <li> <li>Social and Wellbeing Program<li><ul> <p><strong>The Right Candidate<strong><p> <p>To be successful in this role, you will exhibit the following<p> <ul> <li><strong>MUST<strong> hold full working rights in Australia<li> <li>4+ experience in a HR generalist andor HR Consultancy role<li> <li>Strong communication and relationship building skills<li> <li>Experience with providing information relating to terms and conditions of employment and policies<li> <li>Tertiary qualifications in HR or a related discipline<li> <li>Viewpoint and Rapid Induct System understanding is desirable but not essential.<li><ul> <p>Don™t delay We are hiring for an immediate start. Send through your CV and cover letter to the Moits HR Team humanresourcesmoits.com.au.<br ><br >Applications will close 21st February 2020.<br >Only short-listed applicants will be contacted.<br ><br >No agencies thank you.<p> <p> <p>

    location Sydney, New South Wales


  • Human Resources Manager

    Permanent opportunity Up to 100k + superannuation on offer South-west Sydney location About Them This values-driven organisation provides advocacy for those who cannot have their own voice. Providing protection against cruelty and neglect, this not-for-profit is a house-hold name that operates with an impressive commerciality nationally. About the Role Reporting to the General Manager - Business Services, your new role will act as a key business partner to the Leadership Team across the business units supported and will provide a great opportunity to roll out strategic people initiatives across key areas of the business. You will support a client group of 500, with four direct reports including the WHS amp Payroll function. As a key a true end-to-end generalist, you will be responsible for working across a wide remit of projects including cultural change initiatives, engagement, policy creation and implementation and a strong focus on ER and case management. About You The successful candidate will possess the following Bachelor™s degree or equivalent in BusinessHuman Resources Management.Strong knowledge across Australian legislative requirements and extensive ER case management experienceDemonstrated experience across the creation and implementation of people strategiesA resilient, can-do attitude, excited by the prospect of getting your hands dirty in a challenging, fast paced work enviornmentDemonstrated experience working collaboratively in a team environment.A valid Working with Children™s Check and National Police Check, or willingness to complete thisValid Driver™s Licence About Applying Click Apply for this job below to apply for this role. For specific questions about this role, please contact Renee Hamilton at rhamiltonthenextstep.com.au 3103192 Permanent opportunity Up to 100k + superannuation on offer South-west Sydney location About Them This values-driven organisation provides advocacy for those who cannot have their own voice. Providing protection against cruelty and neglect, this not-for-profit is a house-hold name that operates with an impressive commerciality nationally. About the Role Reporting to the General Manager - Business Services, your new role will act as a key business partner to the Leadership Team across the business units supported and will provide a great opportunity to roll out strategic people initiatives across key areas of the business. You will support a client group of 500, with four direct reports including the WHS amp Payroll function. As a key a true end-to-end generalist, you will be responsible for working across a wide remit of projects including cultural change initiatives, engagement, policy creation and implementation and a strong focus on ER and case management. About You The successful candidate will possess the following Bachelor™s degree or equivalent in BusinessHuman Resources Management.Strong knowledge across Australian legislative requirements and extensive ER case management experienceDemonstrated experience across the creation and implementation of people strategiesA resilient, can-do attitude, excited by the prospect of getting your hands dirty in a challenging, fast paced work enviornmentDemonstrated experience working collaboratively in a team environment.A valid Working with Children™s Check and National Police Check, or willingness to complete thisValid Driver™s Licence About Applying Click Apply for this job below to apply for this role. For specific questions about this role, please contact Renee Hamilton at rhamiltonthenextstep.com.au 3103192 Permanent opportunity Up to 100k + superannuation on offer South-west Sydney location About Them About the Role About You Bachelor™s degree or equivalent in BusinessHuman Resources Management. Strong knowledge across Australian legislative requirements and extensive ER case management experience Demonstrated experience across the creation and implementation of people strategies A resilient, can-do attitude, excited by the prospect of getting your hands dirty in a challenging, fast paced work enviornment Demonstrated experience working collaboratively in a team environment. A valid Working with Children™s Check and National Police Check, or willingness to complete this Valid Driver™s Licence About Applying

    location North Sydney, New South Wales


  • Human Resources Manager

    Permanent opportunity Up to 100k + superannuation on offer South-west Sydney location About Them This values-driven organisation provides advocacy for those who cannot have their own voice. Providing protection against cruelty and neglect, this not-for-profit is a house-hold name that operates with an impressive commerciality nationally. About the Role Reporting to the General Manager - Business Services, your new role will act as a key business partner to the Leadership Team across the business units supported and will provide a great opportunity to roll out strategic people initiatives across key areas of the business. You will support a client group of 500, with four direct reports including the WHS amp Payroll function. As a key a true end-to-end generalist, you will be responsible for working across a wide remit of projects including cultural change initiatives, engagement, policy creation and implementation and a strong focus on ER and case management. About You The successful candidate will possess the following Bachelor™s degree or equivalent in BusinessHuman Resources Management.Strong knowledge across Australian legislative requirements and extensive ER case management experienceDemonstrated experience across the creation and implementation of people strategiesA resilient, can-do attitude, excited by the prospect of getting your hands dirty in a challenging, fast paced work enviornmentDemonstrated experience working collaboratively in a team environment.A valid Working with Children™s Check and National Police Check, or willingness to complete thisValid Driver™s Licence About Applying Click Apply for this job below to apply for this role. For specific questions about this role, please contact Renee Hamilton at rhamiltonthenextstep.com.au Permanent opportunity Up to 100k + superannuation on offer South-west Sydney location About Them This values-driven organisation provides advocacy for those who cannot have their own voice. Providing protection against cruelty and neglect, this not-for-profit is a house-hold name that operates with an impressive commerciality nationally. About the Role Reporting to the General Manager - Business Services, your new role will act as a key business partner to the Leadership Team across the business units supported and will provide a great opportunity to roll out strategic people initiatives across key areas of the business. You will support a client group of 500, with four direct reports including the WHS amp Payroll function. As a key a true end-to-end generalist, you will be responsible for working across a wide remit of projects including cultural change initiatives, engagement, policy creation and implementation and a strong focus on ER and case management. About You The successful candidate will possess the following Bachelor™s degree or equivalent in BusinessHuman Resources Management.Strong knowledge across Australian legislative requirements and extensive ER case management experienceDemonstrated experience across the creation and implementation of people strategiesA resilient, can-do attitude, excited by the prospect of getting your hands dirty in a challenging, fast paced work enviornmentDemonstrated experience working collaboratively in a team environment.A valid Working with Children™s Check and National Police Check, or willingness to complete thisValid Driver™s Licence About Applying Click Apply for this job below to apply for this role. For specific questions about this role, please contact Renee Hamilton at rhamiltonthenextstep.com.au Permanent opportunity Up to 100k + superannuation on offer South-west Sydney location About Them About the Role About You Bachelor™s degree or equivalent in BusinessHuman Resources Management. Strong knowledge across Australian legislative requirements and extensive ER case management experience Demonstrated experience across the creation and implementation of people strategies A resilient, can-do attitude, excited by the prospect of getting your hands dirty in a challenging, fast paced work enviornment Demonstrated experience working collaboratively in a team environment. A valid Working with Children™s Check and National Police Check, or willingness to complete this Valid Driver™s Licence About Applying

    location North Sydney, New South Wales


  • Executive General Manager People and Culture

    About Whiddon About Whiddon Whiddon has been providing exceptional care to older Australians across regional, rural and remote NSW and QLD for more than 70 years. From philanthropic beginnings, Whiddon has grown into a large not-for-profit organisation with more than 2,300 customers and over 2,000 people. Whiddon is an award-winning aged care provider with residential care, community care and retirement villages across New South Wales and Queensland. Whiddon is passionate about enriching lives and keeping older people connected to what matters most to them in life. A truly exemplary service provider, Whiddon invests heavily in their people, communities and services, partnering with academics and universities that are developing the latest thinking, innovation, programs and training around quality of life and ageing. Whiddon actively promotes and maintains a proud sense of community - wherever they are, everyone matters. About the Opportunity About the Opportunity An exciting opportunity has arisen to join the executive team of this award winning and industry leading Not for Profit aged care provider. Leading a cross functional, diverse team with responsibility for the full suite of generalist HR support, as well as key people and culture strategies, the Executive General Manager will contribute to the strategic direction of the organisation, championing key initiatives across the group, including, but not limited to Cultural alignment initiatives, implementing and embedding the Whiddon Way across the organisation, with a key focus on newly acquired sites IRER including renegotiation of Enterprise Agreements and the alignment of employee benefits and conditions across the group Learning and Development which is a key area of focus, improving the support and systems relating to employee development and education. Reporting to the Chief Executive Officer, The Executive General Manager will seamlessly float across operational and strategic initiatives and tasks, leading the roll-out and development of key initiatives across the organisations, whilst ensuring the function is best supporting the operations teams. About You About You An accomplished professional and well-rounded Executive leader, you will have comparable functional experience gained in a complex human services driven environment. In an organisation known for innovation and the betterment of Aged Care services, we are looking for a leader with the willingness to challenge the norm and help alter perceptions of aged care. In addition to the essential criteria, you will also demonstrate Extensive generalist, Executive HR experienced gained within a large, complex organisational setting Extensive change management experience and demonstrated capability to integrate new business and service streams into an existing structure Strong influencer and strategic thinker with an engaging, proactive approach to stakeholder management Broad HR skillset with diverse experience gained within a complex human services driven organisation, for example, Aged Care, Disability Services, Healthcare and hospitals and broader community services. This is a rare opportunity to join a progressive, industry leading, for purpose aged care provider in an influential and critical leadership capacity, with clear impact on the success of the organisation. An attractive package of remuneration and benefits will be offered to the successful applicant, including not-for-profit salary packaging. For a confidential discussion or role related queries, please call Briaan Llorente on (02) 9157 6212 or email briaanorchardtalent.com.au quoting the role title. To apply, please follow the link. All applicants must have a legal right to work in Australia.

    location Sydney, New South Wales


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