Apprentice Chef

Responsibilities:

  • ensure food preparation and serving areas are safe and sanitary.

  • weigh, measure, mix and cook with ingredients according to recipes, and Chef's instructions

  • assist other cooks during emergencies or rush periods

  • assist with the day to day operations and running of the kitchen

  • ensure you clock in and out correctly during your shift.

  • ensure that high standards of food and customer service are provided at all times;

  • be respectful to Chef and other fellow employees;

  • manage quality control, hygiene, and health and safety;

  • ensure the requirements of the Employee Manual are adhered to and upheld;

  • respond to and resolve customer complaints;

  • enter data and check invoices as required

  • ensure all cleaning & maintenance is up date at all times ready for inspection.

Mandatory Skills

  • Excellent interpersonal skills

  • Strong written and oral communication skills

  • Intermediate computer skills

Attributes:

  • Able to work in a team environment

  • Able to lead by example and find solutions to problems

  • Ability to work unsupervised

  • Motivated, punctual & reliable

Core Competencies:

Values – actively support the values of the business by maintaining a positive image, acting ethically and honestly and promoting relationships in a positive and professional manner.

Customer Focus – realise that our customers are why the restaurant exists, strive to understand their needs and excel in meeting expectations.

Reporting – Report and document/record all accidents, hazards and property damage.

Instructions – Follow all reasonable work instructions, and perform all duties within your skills, competencies and abilities. Other tasks may be required providing they can be performed in a safe manner.

Safety First – comply with all safety policies and systems to maintain a safe work environment for yourself and others at all times.

Team spirit – respect work colleagues. Work cooperatively to ensure the best outcome is achieved and continually strive to improve the work environment. Must have a positive attitude at all times.

Please email your resume to haley@skeetas.com.au and an interview time will be arranged.

Administration Officer

AMD are more than Chartered Accountants, providing our clients with a range of service and offerings. Clients range from dynamic small businesses to government, including large private companies and leading regional names.

We are looking for a full time Administration Officer who is reliable and responsible.

You will be the first point of contact for our clients and will have the following qualifications and attributes:

  • Excellent and confident telephone manner;

  • Excellent communication and interpersonal skills with clients and team members;

  • A self-motivated and responsible approach to work;

  • Strong computer skills;

  • Attention to internal systems and procedures;

  • Proactive, capable and helpful attitude;

  • Previous administration experience is not required but would be desired.

If you are an outgoing individual, who enjoys working in a fun team environment, and is looking for an opportunity to develop and learn new skills, then we want to hear from you!.

To apply, please post or email your CV and covering letter by 5pm, Monday 25th February 2019 to:

The HR Manager, AMD Chartered Accountants
E: michelle.harris@amdonline.com.au
PO Box 288, Geraldton WA 6531
T: (08) 9920 0700
F: (08) 9964 5899

Team Leader - Fixed Term Contract

Team Leader (Midwest & Gascoyne Region)

Fixed Term Contract

Parkerville Out of Home Care located in the Midwest & Gascoyne Regions, covers Geraldton, Meekatharra and Carnarvon. The programme provides a holistic, multi-disciplinary, therapeutic care service for vulnerable children and is the Lead Agency for the Midwest Family Support Network.

Parkerville Children & Youth Care are seeking a dynamic and motivated individual to join our team. The successful applicant will be located in Geraldton, will be a part of a cohesive team who will be provided with regular supervision and professional development.

As a Team Leader in the Therapeutic Care Programme you will be responsible for, assessment and review of foster carer’s, case management of children with moderate to high emotional and behavioural needs, and the development, management and coordination of therapeutic care plans for children.

To be successful in this role you will need relevant qualifications and the proven ability to work well with children and their families. You must also be willing to participate in an on-call roster. Part-time or full-time hours will be considered for the right applicant.

To attract the right applicant, we offer a generous remuneration package including:

  • access to a vehicle for business and personal use (a contribution to costs is required)

  • 5 weeks annual leave

  • access to salary packaging options and discounted health insurance plans

  • a contribution to accommodation will be considered if relocating to Geraldton

Interested? Please visit http://parkerville.org.au/careers/team-leader-fixed term/ to obtain the Job Description and an Application Form or call 08 9235 7061 for an Application Pack to be sent to you.

Your application, consisting of:

  • completed employment application form

  • covering letter

  • CV or resume

should then be sent to recruitment@parkerville.org.au.

To discuss the role and your interest in it, please call Beki Smith on 08 9964 8690 during office hours.

Applications must be submitted by COB Friday, 22 February 2019.

Parkerville Children and Youth Care Inc. has met the Safeguarding Children Standards set out by the Australian Childhood Foundation and received full Safeguarding Children accreditation in November 2016.

Our organisation is committed to safeguarding and promoting the safety of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share our commitment.

Our recruitment and selection processes reflect this commitment and will include criminal records and reference checks for successful applicants

It is essential that all applicants are permitted to work and remain in Australia with no limitations.

Physiotherapist

Let's face it...
We work to live, not live to work. So why not spend your working hours earning a fantastic wage, allowing you to live how you really want?

We are in a unique position in the Wheatbelt - just 2 hrs drive North East of Perth, where we are the only private physio in the district! Since our conception nearly 4 years ago, we've never been able to keep up with the demand. This makes our clients very appreciative of our services, and also makes for a great opportunity for the right person/s.

What can we do for you?
We promise to give you the freedom in your timetable to work when YOU want. This could be 1 day a week DI/DO to earn some extra $$ or a full time position. It could mean living in Moora during the week (rent subsidised by Rural Health West) or it could mean driving up the day/s you'd like.

For the right applicant, we can employ on a permanent full time basis with benefits etc.

We believe that Health Practitioners should practice what they preach. We know that when you feel great, you'll help others to feel great too.

Who are we looking for?
We are looking for a down-to-Earth physio with an adventurous spirit, that likes country drives and is as comfortable treating a 10 year old with a footy injury as they are an 80 year old farmer who was kicked by a horse. This is a predominantly musculoskeletal caseload.

Ability to perform dry-needling would be great - but not necessary. Our clients request it frequently! We offer annual $$ toward PD if you wanted to do your DN course!

As business owners and parents of 3 boys under 6 - we're busy living our lives, too. So the right applicant will need to be self-motivated and happy to work unattended. Micro-managing is so last decade...

We assume if we hear from you, that you are qualified for this position, so please don't worry about a resume. We are keen for you to send us a friendly email telling us about yourself and why you're perfect for this role! Feel free to include any questions you have for us.

Accountant

We are a well established local accounting firm seeking an accountant to join our team in a full time senior role.

The successful applicant should have:

  • Bachelor’s degree in Accounting/Commerce

  • Minimum 3 years’ experience including preparing accounts for companies, sole traders, partnership, trust structures, individuals and SMSFs.

  • Proficiency in MYOB and accounting programs and Microsoft applications

  • Excellent communication skills – written and verbal

The successful applicant will be responsible for:

  • Managing corporate and individual client accounting needs through the preparation of returns, financial statements and activity statements

  • Providing ongoing tax advice and reporting

  • Assisting to ensure compliance with all regulatory requirements

You will be joining a friendly and collaborative team, so if you have a passion for taxation and business services and enjoy a client facing role please forward your resume and cover letter to Shellborough Accounting, PO Box 2096, GERALDTON WA 6531 or info@wealthmerchants.com.au

Groundsperson Geraldton Cemetery

The Geraldton Cemetery Board is offering an opportunity for an energetic and creative team player to join the Grounds Staff at the Geraldton Cemetery.

The successful applicant will be primarily focused on the development and maintenance of the cemetery grounds and will on occasions, be required to assist with burials and cremations. Not only will the preferred candidate be an excellent team player, they will demonstrate a flexible approach to work. The successful applicant will have an opportunity to train under the current Works Supervisor with the objective of taking over that role in the short to medium term.

Experience and or qualifications in horticulture, chemicals and leadership are desirable, but not essential. The successful applicant must be keen to learn and develop new skills and will receive training on the job in relation to the cremations and burials.

The preferred candidate will require a WA Driver’s license and be comfortable using cemetery machinery and equipment. They will need to enjoy the outdoors and be fit and healthy.

This position is a full- time 78-hour fortnight and with some overtime and flexibility in relation to hours. There is an attractive salary attached to the role. The position includes 4 weeks annual leave and personal leave.

Intending applicants must supply a written resume (less than 3 pages) and an expression of interest outlining your employment experience and aspirations.

Further information can be sought by calling Chris Rafanelli on 0429644555 Applications should be emailed to Chris at rafarec@westnet.com.au. Paper applications can be handed into the Geraldton Cemetery Administration office at 130 Eastward Road GERALDTON WA 6530 Applications close on 7 February 2019.

Administrator Geraldton Cemetery

The Geraldton Cemetery Board is recruiting an Administrator to lead the administration and grounds at the Geraldton Cemetery.

This is a customer focused role where the successful candidate will interact sensitively with customers and clients over the telephone and in person.

The successful applicant will have proven experience in running an office and developing a cohesive team. They will be able to use MYOB including payroll. The applicant will work with a very stable and experienced Board to meet all statutory requirements and ensure the smooth running of the cemetery facility.

This position is 32.5 hours per week and has an attractive salary. Intending applicants must supply a written resume (less than 3 pages) and an expression of interest outlining your employment experience and aspirations. Further information can be sought by calling Chris Rafanelli on 0429644555 Email applications to Chris at rafarec@westnet.com.au. Paper applications can be handed into the Geraldton Cemetery Administration office at 130 Eastward Road GERALDTON WA 6530 Applications close on 7 February 2019.


IT Project Manager

FULL TIME – 6 Month Fixed Term (with option for extension and/or permanency) – Level 4.2 $86,550 p.a. (pro rata)

We have an exciting opportunity for an experienced and qualified IT Project Manager to join the Information Management team at the Mid West Ports Authority (MWPA) for a fixed term of up to 6 months.

Reporting to the Corporate Information Manager, the IT Project Manager is responsible for the hands-on management and delivery of IT projects across MWPA. You will work closely with internal customers to successfully deliver projects to meet the business requirements, time-frames and budgets. The role can be located in either our West Perth office or Geraldton.

The key responsibilities of the IT Project Manager are:

  • Manage IT projects to agreed scope, budget and time-frames, and ensure adherence to the governance framework;

  • Develop and maintain effective working relationships with IT, internal customers and vendors;

  • Work collaboratively and ensure optimum solutions are fully delivered;

  • Facilitate the development of solutions and business cases.

Applicants will have a formal qualification in Project Management and significant experience in the successful delivery of IT projects, as well as a proven track record of working collaboratively with internal customers, colleagues and vendors.

Experience in GIS, ERP and Cyber Security projects would be an advantage.

Mid West Ports Authority is based in the coastal, community focused and family friendly town of Geraldton, Western Australia and with an office in West Perth applicants residing in or willing to relocate to either city are encouraged to apply.

If we have piqued your interest more information on the role and application process can be found by visiting our website www.midwestports.com.au. See the ‘About’ tab, then ‘Employment’

Vacancy closes 9am, Monday, 4th February 2019

Trainee Accountant

We require someone who is keen to complete their diploma or degree in accounting and who wants work in Geraldton helping our small business clients. We are offering full time employment, including allowances for study leave as required.

The successful applicant will be trained in accounting, taxation and auditing by our team. There will be a trial period of three months. If you have above average skills in Maths, English, Computer usage and are keen to learn, please send your application letter, resume and education reports to Marie Hart at Classic Accounting Plus, Email hartdyson@wn.com.au

Applications close 5pm Thursday 31st January 2019.

Education reports are prerequisite to an interview.