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The Australian Army is a versatile and modern fighting force that helps maintain the security of Australia. We also provide critical support to communities in need, both here and overseas.
The Army protects Australia, our interests and our people. We also play a significant role in supporting humanitarian and disaster relief operations worldwide.
The Service comprises officers, who are focused on leadership and management, and soldiers who are expertly trained to carry out specific tasks for the Army.
Depending on your job you could have the opportunity to be posted almost anywhere in Australia.
The Army recognises there is strength in diversity, and our men and women come from a variety of social, cultural and ethnic backgrounds.
Every Army role is available to women, with equal opportunities for advancement and promotion.
Australian Unity are a leading Healthcare company! We offer careers and experiences that are challenging, rewarding and differentiated by our wellbeing ambition.
Our company is diverse and within it a broad array of exciting opportunities and career development Australia-wide. Our people come to work each day to help our customers THRIVE!
Cabrini is owned and operated by the Missionary Sisters of the Sacred Heart of Jesus who came to Australia in 1948 to take over the management of a 45-bed community hospital named St Benedict’s. Cabrini now has 832 beds and a comprehensive range of health services. There are acute facilities at Malvern, Prahran and Brighton, a residential aged-care home at Ashwood and a rehabilitation service at Elsternwick. The Cabrini Institute supports education and research, in order to continually improve the quality of care and educate tomorrow’s health professionals.
Cabrini is a not-for-profit health service and all surpluses are used to develop our services and facilities to provide the best possible care for patients and families. Cabrini supports and operates programs for disadvantaged people in our community.
Patient care is the primary focus of our work and at the heart of all we do.
People are at the heart of what we do, and we promote the vales of better health at every level. Which is why you’ll find supportive, team-oriented and like-minded people at Medibank. People that will help you grow your learning, your experience and your career.
We recognise that our people are all unique in their life experiences, skills and abilities. We want to be known for having a diverse workforce and valuing the range of backgrounds that represent our people through gender, age, LGBTI, ethnicity, religious and cultural backgrounds, family status and flexibility.
Bupa is an international healthcare group, with its origins and headquarters in the United Kingdom but now serving 32 million customers in 190 countries
Every Australian has heard of the Red Cross. Do you know what they really do?
Red Cross is there for people in need, no matter who you are and no matter where you live. They assist tens of millions of people around the world each year by caring for both local communities within Australia and overseas.
There are seven priorities in which they focus their work which include strengthening emergency services within Australia, assisting with aid and development for International Programs, partnering with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, offering pathways back into the community to aid social inclusion, building stronger communities by focusing on locational disadvantage, protecting people in war and addressing the assistance required with migration support.
Their motto is ‘the power of humanity’ and Australian Red Cross are there in times of crisis when it’s needed most. They are able to offer this support and reach places like nobody else because they have millions of volunteers worldwide and thousands of members, volunteers and supporters across Australia.
As an employer, Red Cross offer a variety of career opportunities to suit people with a range of skill sets and knowledge.
A career at Red Cross is not just about helping to improve the lives of the most vulnerable people. As an employee with Red Cross, you will be offered not only a fulfilling and rewarding career but benefits including; salary packaging, novated vehicle leasing, employee assistance program, family-friendly policies, social and wellbeing initiatives and also career and personal develop opportunities.
Bay Audio believe that the ability to hear effectively is essential to enjoying all life has to offer and is central to how we perceive the world and how others perceive us.
As an independent company they specialise in the latest hearing technology for a range of budgets and circumstances to prevent restricting clients to one company. There are 33 permanent hearing locations, and over 20 visiting sites throughout Queensland, New South Wales and Victoria. Bay Audio is not owned by a hearing device manufacturer, this provides them with access to a wide range of devices and enhances the solutions and choices they are able to provide their clients.
In the past hearing loss sufferers wore bulky and unattractive hearing aids. As a result of advanced technology, through miniaturization and innovation, there is an extensive variety of advanced hearing devices that improve quality of life and are virtually undetectable on the wearer.
With a devoted leadership team, many who have worked with the company since Graduating, Bay Audio know that it is important for their clients to get the right advice and have a premium experience. The staff they employee and the values that they drive are imperative to their success. All staff employed are highly trained to deliver expert advice. This provides employees with an exciting career path. Clinicians as well as Customer Service team members are able to pursue a rewarding career in a retail environment that is taking every opportunity and technological advancement to ensure they stand out as a leading Audiology service provider. So confident in their staff and their products, they offer a 100% money back guarantee.
Help everyday Australians ‘live life at full volume’ and join a loyal and dynamic team that will provide you with the training tools and support to succeed and develop professionally and change people’s life on your journey.
Vision Australia is the leading national provider of blindness and low vision services and exist to support people who are blind or have low vision to live the life they want to.
Specialising in Independence in the Community and Home, Education and Training, Seeing Eye Dogs and Mobility, Information and Recreation, Advocacy and Community Education, Access Advice, Accessible Information Solutions, Training and Employment Services, Vison Australia partner with Australians who are blind or have low vision to help them be as independent as they possibly can and achieve all that they can.
Vision Australia is a not for profit organisation and receives funding from a range of sources including Commonwealth and State Governments, departments and programs.
Supporting over 27,500 people of various ages and life stages they provide support through 28 Vision Australia centres in Victoria, New South Wales, the Australian Capital Territory, Queensland, South Australia and Western Australia, 30 clinics and through outreach programs in the Northern Territory and Tasmania.
If your career path is Allied Health Services, Fundraising, Human Resources, Finance, Children Services, Information Technology, Dog Training and Care, Library Services, Marketing or Client Advocacy, Vision Australia can offer you the challenge you've been looking for. The roles are diverse and there is something for most people.
Vison Australia operate under strict values and the type of employees they recruit strongly reflect these:
• Person Centered - success is measured in terms of client outcomes.
• Accountable - hold themselves responsible for what they do and don’t do.
• Collaborative - work well together with others to deliver the best possible outcomes.
• Commercially Focused - work efficiently and responsibly to sustain and grow services and influence.
• Agile - adapt, learn and innovate to have a positive impact in a changing environment.
If you can behave with integrity, professionalism and live by the outlined values are prepared to adapt and learn and give respect to Vision Australia clients and fellow colleagues then join an organisation that is committed to promoting the rights of people who are blind or have low vision.
Looking for jobs with the Australian Red Cross Blood Service? You can be part of a nationwide team that works together to change lives.
Whether you're looking for jobs in nursing, healthcare, scientific, manufacturing, managerial or professional roles, we have plenty of opportunities in our varied Australia-wide team.
Baptcare is a faith-based not-for-profit organisation that provides residential and community care for older people, support to children, families and people living with a disability, financially disadvantaged people and people seeking asylum.
Our experience has been built over a 70-year history of providing care and support to vulnerable and sometimes marginalised people in our community. Today our broad range of services extend across Victoria and Tasmania with care and support being provided by over 1,600 skilled and professional staff at over 40 locations.
Bendigo Health is a leader in regional health care, combining outstanding services with a strong education, training and personal development culture.
St Vincent’s has been providing health care in Australia for more than 155 years since the first hospital was established in Sydney in 1857 by the Sisters of Charity. When the first five Sisters arrived in Australia in 1838 they carried with them the vision of their Founder, Mary Aikenhead to reach out to all in need of care, especially in the service of the poor. In a newly established colony, the challenges were many and varied. There was a great need among the community for the particular gifts of Mary Aikenhead’s Sisters – education, outreach and health care. This need was most keenly felt by those on the margins of the fledgling colony.
St Vincent's Private Melbourne is a not-for-profit, private Catholic hospital. We provide you with the highest quality healthcare, modern facilities and the latest technology.
With 500+ registered beds, more than 53,000 admissions per year and more than 1,800 staff across three hospitals, we are one of Melbourne’s busiest and biggest acute care hospitals.
Our major specialities include orthopaedics, cardiac services, maternity, neurosciences and reconstructive plastic surgery. We also specialise in ear, nose and throat, oncology and haematology, brain and spinal, gynaecology, oral and maxillofacial and gastrointestinal.
We have proudly cared for the Victorian community for more than 70 years.
St Vincent’s is a tertiary public healthcare service. We provide a range of services, including acute medical and surgical services, emergency and critical care, aged care, diagnostics, rehabilitation, allied health, mental health, palliative care and residential care. We work with a vast network of collaborative partners to deliver high quality treatment, teaching, education and research. We have more than 5,000 staff and 880 beds in daily use across our services.
NSW Mid North Coast Local Health District (MNCLHD) - hospitals and community health centres from Coffs Harbour to Wauchope.
We are committed to providing high quality clinical care and health related transport services to over 7.25 million people in NSW, distributed across an area of 801,600 square kilometers.
Sutherland Hospital was a visionary concept when it was first proposed in 1942. During the following 16 years the community consolidated, lobbied the government and raised the required funds to build a major hospital they could call their own on the southern shores of the Georges River.
The Sydney Children’s Hospitals Network is the largest network of hospital and services for children in Australia. Each year our services manage:
51,000 inpatient admissions
92,000 Emergency Department presentations
Over one million outpatient service visits
Founded in 1885 by the Sisters of the Little Company of Mary, Calvary is a charitable, not-for-profit, Catholic health care organisation.
Our mission is to provide quality, compassionate health care to the most vulnerable, including those reaching the end of their life.
We're responsible for over 12,000 staff and volunteers, 15 Public and Private Hospitals, 15 Retirement and Aged Care Facilities and a national network of Community Care Centres.
Welcome to Peninsula Health – the major health care provider serving the metropolitan and regional areas on Victoria’s Mornington Peninsula.
With over 900 beds we provide a wide range of services from obstetrics to aged care, rehabilitation, emergency and intensive care, oncology, psychiatric services and Hospital in the Home (HITH).
In addition to providing quality, accessible health care services we are a teaching hospital and have a history of contributing to medical research.
As both Frankston and Rosebud Hospitals are teaching hospitals it is possible that during your stay at one of our sites some of your day to day care will be undertaken by doctors in – training, under supervision of senior medical staff. Some of your care and treatment may also be undertaken by nursing or allied health students under supervision.
While we have many facilities across a number of sites, our organisation is structured to offer integrated health care providing a wide range of coordinated services to the community.
The Women’s is Australia’s first and largest specialist hospital dedicated to improving the health of all women and newborns.
Our patron is Her Excellency the Honourable Linda Dessau AM, Governor of Victoria.
For more than160 years, we have been advocating for new approaches to women’s health, as we have always recognised the different health challenges that women face throughout their lives.
Each year, we provide in excess of 250,000 episodes of care for women from 189 countries, who speak 90 different languages and follow 69 separate religious faiths.
We are committed to a holistic philosophy of health. We provide comprehensive services ranging from health promotion to clinical expertise and leadership in maternity, gynaecology, women's cancer services and in the specialist care of newborns.
As a specialist hospital, the Women's is central to the Victorian health system, particularly with respect to advocating for women's health and leading innovation for the health and wellbeing of women and newborns. We are a major teaching hospital and internationally-recognised for our medical research.
Our vision is to set the benchmark in women’s health and to support women to manage their health, age positively and enjoy the best possible quality of life.
Central Coast Local Health District (CCLHD) provides public health services to the communities of Gosford City and Wyong Shire Local Government Areas.
Located between Sydney and the Hunter Valley the Central Coast is a popular coastal region attracting young families and retirees. The region experiences a higher than average population growth particularly in the Wyong Shire.
The region is served by two acute hospitals – Gosford and Wyong – two sub-acute facilities and ten community health centres in addition to other community based services.
Our vision is for healthy people and a vibrant community and to do this we aim to promote and enhance the health and wellbeing of our community.
Our Chief Executive, Michael DiRienzo, and the Executive Leadership Team work closely with the local health district Board to ensure our services meet the diverse needs of the communities we serve.
MLHD is responsible for the operation of public hospital and health institutions and provide health services to communities within its geographical area.
The primary purpose is to:
Provide relief to sick and injured people through the provision of care and treatments and
Promote, protect and maintain the health of the community.
Our vision is to be Leaders in Healthcare… Partners in Community Wellbeing.
Our Mission: To provide healthcare of benefit and consequence, embracing discovery and learning, building collaborative relationships and engaging our community in their care.
The Western NSW Local Health District (WNSWLHD) is one of the largest Local Health Districts in New South Wales covering an area of 246,676 square kilometres, similar to the size of Britain.
We deliver innovative health services to an estimated resident population of approximately 276,000 people. WNSWLHD is diverse in the health care it delivers boasting the largest rural mental health service in Australia, three major rural referral hospitals at Orange, Dubbo and Bathurst, 50 community health centres which provide access to a wide range of multidisciplinary primary, and community health services, 38 inpatient facilities including 25 Multipurpose Services (MPSs) and District Health Services at Mudgee, Cowra, Parkes and Forbes.
There are more than 30,786 Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people living in the Local Health District, representing 11.1% of the total population. This is significantly higher than the NSW average of 2.1%. The smaller more remote communities of Brewarrina, Walgett, Coonamble and Bourke have the highest proportion of Aboriginal people. People of a non-English speaking background, make up 2.8% of the population, compared to 15% for NSW.
Our region has some of the most vulnerable population in NSW and even Australia who generally have a lower socio-economic status, shorter life expectancy, and poorer health than other people living in NSW. More people also have at least one of the risk factors that contribute to poorer health including smoking, harmful use of alcohol, obesity and lack of physical activity.
Mental health is an important service that is provided by WNSWLHD both at a local and state-wide level. We are committed to improving our mental health services to ensure contemporary models of care are provided closer to the client's place of residence.
Western Sydney Local Health District (WSLHD) is responsible for providing primary and secondary health care for people living in the Auburn, Blacktown, The Hills Shire, Holroyd and Parramatta Local Government Areas (LGAs) and tertiary care to residents of the Greater Western Region.
- In 2013, our estimated population in WSLHD is 876,500. The District’s growth in population from 2009 to 2013 was 7.8% (4.2% for NSW)
- Between 2011 and 2021, the District’s population is projected to increase by 2.0% per annum or 163,000 people. This is nearly twice the rate for NSW (1.2% per annum)
- In 2011, our Aboriginal population accounted for approximately 1.5% of the District’s population (2.6% in NSW, which includes rural and remote populations)
- In 2011, 43% of the District’s residents were born overseas (NSW: 27%); 45% of local residents spoke a language other than English at home (NSW: 24%);
- 32% of local residents (34% of NSW residents) reported a family income of less than $1,000 per week
Australian Hearing is an organisation that has people’s livelihood as a priority. Established in 1947 Australian Hearing is Australia’s leading hearing specialist and largest hearing service with Government funding.
Initially established to look after returned service men an women from World War II, Australian Hearing has always had people and the community at heart.
With world-leading and innovative practices the Australian Hearing research division is based on evidence based clinical practice at the internationally renowned National Acoustics Laboratories (NAL).
By impacting people’s lives in a positive way and making the process to hearing simpler they provide a caring personalised approach.
With over 530 services (142 permanent sites) nationwide, Australian Hearing aim to be accessible to as many customers as possible. Over 445,000 appointments are conducted annually and the network is growing year on year.
With over 1,250 employees, Australian Hearing know that to be the best and provide the best the people that they employ will drive their success. If people love their work, when they come to work they will put their heart and soul into their job.
Over 80% of employees are female with 50% of these in executive positions and over 30% of employees employed in part-time capacity.
Australian Hearing is a culturally diverse employer with staff born in over 50 countries, that speak over 59 different languages. This has helped to rank them in the top quarter of employers in Australia (as per the independent Employee Engagement Survey conducted by Aon Hewitt in 2015).
Forensicare (Victorian Institute of Forensic Mental Health) is the state-wide specialist provider of forensic mental health services in Victoria. Forensicare is the only agency in Victoria that provides clinical forensic mental health services which span all components of the mental health and criminal justice sectors – giving Forensicare a unique perspective on mental health and public safety issues. It is able to provide specialist forensic mental health services tailored to meet the specific needs of both sectors.
We provide forensic mental health services for people:
with a serious mental illness in the criminal justice system
at risk of offending who pose a risk to themselves or others
referred from the general mental health system for specialist advice, support and/or treatment.
Forensicare’s primary focus is the provision of clinical services within a recovery framework. These services include the effective assessment, treatment and management of forensic patients, prisoners and clients.
A comprehensive research program operates through Swinburne University of Technology’s independent Centre for Forensic Behavioural Science, to support the ongoing development of clinical services. Specialist training and ongoing professional education is also provided to our staff and the broader mental health and justice fields.
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