Hearing voices Qld launch & Dr Rufus may Workshop April

Hearing Voices Qld network ,including a full workshop presented by the brilliant Dr Rufus May. We will be visiting venues in Brisbane, Gold Coast, Toowoomba, Noosa, Bundaberg, Rockhampton,Mackay,Townsville and Cairns.

Group discounts are available ,give me a call to discuss.

For a sneak peak at the website visit         http://www.hearingvoicesqld.org

David Facer
Director – Community & Wellbeing

Telephone 0417 104 488

www.hearingvoicesqld.org

Rufus May Rockhampton

Free Tenants Advice for people in Livingstone Shire

Please find enclosed flyer with detail information and forward to any relevant person that may require advice with their tenancy arrangement.

Make an appointment to see our experienced Volunteer at the Community Centre.

FREE TENANTS ADVICE

  • Having problems with your Real Estate Agent or Private Landlord?
  • Have you been breached and not sure why?
  • Do you need help to be removed OFF the TICA data base/tenant black list?
  • Unfairly evicted?
  • Do you have to move and break lease for work?
  • Real Estate not organising repairs?
  • Do you need help with Tribunal documents, housing
  • applications or other tenancy forms?

Please phone the Community Centre for an appointment 4913 3840

Suraj Shrestha

Community Development Officer – Community Partnerships Unit

Livingstone Shire Council- Community Centre, 80 John Street

PO BOX 2292, YEPPOON QLD 4703

Ph: 07 4913 3823, Mobile:  0428 192 507

Email: suraj.shrestha@livingstone.qld.gov.au

Flyer Tenant Advocay

URGENT – 3 Day Facilitator Training

Last year we tried to assess the level of interest in the 3 day – ‘Facilitating the SAFE in Oz Consumer Recovery Program’ training with people who had completed the 2 day training and had shown an interest in the 3 day training. Unfortunately, we had very little response to our emails.

Before 2015 gets into full swing and we book all our dates to the 2 day training Annie, our Director, wants to try and ascertain how many people are genuinely interested in completing the 3 day training and what their preferred locations are. We cannot promise to be able to provide the 3 day training in every location, however, once we have some definite numbers and locations we can look at booking a central venue to get the training happening.

I would greatly appreciate a few minutes of your time to respond to this email. If you wish to participate in the 3 day training can you please send me a quick email back stating your name and preferred geographical location, also maybe how far you would be willing to travel from that location.

I have attached an information sheet relating to the 3 day training for your convenience.

If you are not interested at all, I would greatly appreciate you returning this email with ‘Not Interested’ placed in the subject line. This will allow us to update our mailing list and reduce any unwanted mail being sent to you from SAFE in Oz.

If you require any further information please do not hesitate to contact me on 03 5176 2616.

Bianca Lack

Administration & Communications Manager – SAFE in Oz

3 Day – Information Sheet-V3 – 2015(1)

vacancies on smart job – 20 vacancies for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people

https://smartjobs.govnet.qld.gov.au/jobtools/jncustomsearch.searchResults

Senior Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Hospital Liaison Officer, Queensland Health Permanent Full-time

  • Brisbane – South

How to Apply: For full details of this position, please ensure you download the Role Description and Information Package for Applicants (at the links in the boxed area above) for instructions on how to apply for this role. If you have difficulty viewing this role description in .pdf format, please contact Recruitment_MetroSouth@health.qld.gov.au to request it in .doc format. Please note that if the information requested in the ‘how to apply’ section is not provided you may not meet the requirements for further consideration of your application. The Information Package for Applicants outlines pre-employment checks that will be undertaken for successful applicants.

AO5 – $79716 – $86739 (yearly)- $3055.50 – $3324.70 (fortnightly)

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health Worker – Advanced (Maternal and Child Health), Queensland Health Temporary Part-time

  • Brisbane – South

How to Apply: For full details of this position, please ensure you download the Role Description and Information Package for Applicants (at the links in the boxed area above) for instructions on how to apply for this role. If you have difficulty viewing this role description in .pdf format, please contact recruitment_metrosouth@health.qld.gov.au to request it in .doc format. Please note that if the information requested in the ‘how to apply’ section is not provided you may not meet the requirements for further consideration of your application. The Information Package for Applicants outlines pre-employment checks that will be undertaken for successful applicants.

OO4 closed 6 feb

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health Worker – Advanced (Maternal and Child Health), Queensland Health Temporary Part-time

  • Brisbane – South

How to Apply: For full details of this position, please ensure you download the Role Description and Information Package for Applicants (at the links in the boxed area above) for instructions on how to apply for this role. If you have difficulty viewing this role description in .pdf format, please contact recruitment_metrosouth@health.qld.gov.au to request it in .doc format. Please note that if the information requested in the ‘how to apply’ section is not provided you may not meet the requirements for further consideration of your application. The Information Package for Applicants outlines pre-employment checks that will be undertaken for successful applicants.

OO4 closes 6 feb

Director of Nursing (Facility Manager), Queensland Health Permanent Full-time

  • Townsville region

The Director of Nursing is accountable for leadership, innovation and excellence in the continuum of care of the Joyce Palmer Health Service within the Indigenous Health Service Group. Provide clinical governance and leadership across the disciples and spectrum of care along with service direction, coordination, strategic planning and efficient and effective use of human and material resources.

Nurse Grade 10 (2) – $117170 – $122875 (yearly)- $4416.60 – $4709.80 (fortnightly)

Senior Health Promotion Officer, Queensland Health Permanent Full-time

  • Brisbane – CBD

How to Apply: For full details of this position, please ensure you download the Role Description and Information Package for Applicants (at the links under “Documents” below) for instructions on how to apply for this role. If you have difficulty viewing this role description in .pdf format, please contact Children’s Health Queensland Recruitment Service (07) 3636 3873 to request it in .doc format. Please note that if the information requested in the ‘how to apply’ section is not provided you may not meet the requirements for further consideration of your application. The Information Package for Applicants outlines pre-employment checks that will be undertaken for successful applicants.

HP4

  • The role of the Store Manager is to lead, manage and maintain the day-to-day operations of the retail store in an effective and efficient manner so as to ensure: • the provision of a quality range of food and drinks are available for retail to meet the needs of the customer base • sales are maximised and operating expenses are minimised • local employment opportunities are managed to meet the business need • industry standard merchandising and stock rotation practices are undertaken • stock losses due to unexplained shrinkage are minimised and within industry standards • the objectives of the Department and Retail Stores are met.

AO5 – $74612 – $81098 (yearly)- $2859.90 – $3108.50 (fortnightly) closes 27-Jan-2015

  • Brisbane – CBD

The role of the Business Systems Support Officer is to support the retail stores via the operation of the industry recognised electronic stock management, ordering and point of sales systems and liaise with central office and store management to ensure business requirements are satisfied. You will provide advice and assistance to the Manager, Business Operations, Director, Store Managers and staff of the Retail Stores Branch.

AO3 – $54450 – $60717 (yearly)- $2087.10 – $2327.30 (fortnightly) closes 29-Jan-2015

  • Brisbane – North

Why join our team? The Department of Communities, Child Safety and Disability Services regional service centres are at the frontline of service delivery and regional roles offer the chance to directly support and build the local community. Working in a regional service centre can provide staff with opportunities for increased autonomy and a greater connection to, and involvement in, the local community.

AO5 – $74612 – $81098 (yearly)- $2859.90 – $3108.50 (fortnightly) closes 29-Jan-2015

  • Toowoomba

How to Apply: For full details of this position, please ensure you download the Role Description and Information Package for Applicants (at the links in the boxed area above) for instructions on how to apply for this role. If you have difficulty viewing this role description in .pdf format, please contact Recruitment Services on (07) 4699 8310 to request it in .doc format. Please note that if the information requested in the ‘how to apply’ section is not provided you may not meet the requirements for further consideration of your application. The Information Package for Applicants outlines pre-employment checks that will be undertaken for successful applicants.

OO4 – $2117.60 – $2322.10 (fortnightly) closes 29-Jan-2015

  • Brisbane – CBD

How to Apply: For full details of this position, please ensure you download the Role Description and Information Package for Applicants (at the links under “Documents” below) for instructions on how to apply for this role. If you have difficulty viewing this role description in .pdf format, please contact Children’s Health Queensland Recruitment Service (07) 3636 3873 to request it in .doc format. Please note that if the information requested in the ‘how to apply’ section is not provided you may not meet the requirements for further consideration of your application. The Information Package for Applicants outlines pre-employment checks that will be undertaken for successful applicants.

HP4 closes 03-Feb-2015

  • Townsville region

In this role you will work within a multidisciplinary team and provide high quality, culturally appropriate, child protection services to children and families serviced by the Child Safety Service Centre. You will also support colleagues and management in their service delivery through the provision of appropriate advice and information, particularly in regard to resource availability and ensuring culturally appropriate service delivery.

AO4 – $64383 – $70795 (yearly)- $2467.80 – $2713.60 (fortnightly) closes 03-Feb-2015

  • Townsville region

The role of the Staff Specialist Obstetrics and Gynaecology is to provide high quality clinical and non-clinical services to benefit the patients / clients of the THHS. This includes research as well as teaching the health professionals of the future. Lead and manage the provision of medical services in accordance with the standard of the speciality, the ethics of the profession and in accordance with the THHS and Queensland Health (QH) policies, in a hospital, community and outreach setting.

Multiple Classifications – $158832 – $201381 (yearly)- $6088 – $7718.90 (fortnightly) closes 02-Mar-2015

  • Cairns

Provide advanced primary health care in the prevention, early detection and management of disease in collaboration with other health professionals in response to community health needs.

OO4 – $55247 – $60582 (yearly)- $2117.60 – $2322.10 (fortnightly) closes 02-Feb-2015

  • Brisbane – CBD
  • As a member of the Budget Team, this position assists in the budget development, monitoring and reporting to internal and external stakeholders and preparation of monthly financial reports.

AO4 – $64383 – $70795 (yearly)- $2467.80 – $2713.60 (fortnightly) closes 04-Feb-2015

  • Brisbane – South

How to Apply: For full details of this position, please ensure you download the Role Description and Information Package for Applicants (at the links in the boxed area above) for instructions on how to apply for this role. If you have difficulty viewing this role description in .pdf format, please contact recruitment_metrosouth@health.qld.gov.au to request it in .doc format. Please note that if the information requested in the ‘how to apply’ section is not provided you may not meet the requirements for further consideration of your application. The Information Package for Applicants outlines pre-employment checks that will be undertaken for successful applicants.

Nurse Grade 6 – $81025 – $86796 (yearly)- $3105.70 – $3326.90 (fortnightly) closes 23-Jan-2015

  • Sunshine Coast

The department is engaging in major reform programs including the transition to the National Disability Insurance Scheme, implementation of the Social Investment Blueprint and the current Child and Family Reforms. The priority of this role is to provide strong leadership to lead the contract management staff as their procurement roles transform to develop strong partnerships to ensure greater value for money and development with the social services sector.

AO8 – $106131 – $112246 (yearly)- $4068.00 – $4302.40 (fortnightly) closes 23-Jan-2015

  • Rockhampton region

The position manages complex social housing and housing assistance advice and services and supervises Housing Officers delivering directly to diverse clients over the front counter, by telephone, correspondence, in the field and through outreach services in the community. Relationship development with stakeholders is a key element of the role to improve client outcomes and processes. Field work is a regular requirement. Conditions in the field are changeable and can be volatile, requiring varying degrees of vigilance and management of risk.

AO4 – $64383 – $70795 (yearly)- $2467.80 – $2713.60 (fortnightly) closes 03-Feb-2015

  • Brisbane – CBD

How to Apply: For full details of this position, please ensure you download the Role Description and Information Package for Applicants (at the links under “Documents” below) for instructions on how to apply for this role. If you have difficulty viewing this role description in .pdf format, please contact Children’s Health Queensland Recruitment Service (07) 3636 3873 to request it in .doc format. Please note that if the information requested in the ‘how to apply’ section is not provided you may not meet the requirements for further consideration of your application. The Information Package for Applicants outlines pre-employment checks that will be undertaken for successful applicants.

HP4

Mental health position vacant with GROW

Field Worker to support mental health self help groups in the Central Qld area, based in Rocky.

This role  will greatly enhance the potential for these recovery oriented groups in the Region, which will reinforce and complement the work undertaken by existing clinical and community mental health supports. Support groups will help fill service gaps in rural areas  and in services which are limited largely to business hours.

Please note there is a typo in the 2nd attachment – the hours offered are 4 days (30.4 hrs) per week.

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fundraising expertise in Rockhampton

Global expertise available for local fundraising

Leaders of non-profit organisations in Rockhampton will have the opportunity to get the latest information on fundraising techniques at free seminars and workshops in Rockhampton on Thursday 12 March.

CEOs’ and Board Members’ Breakfast

Directors’ Duties and Opportunities for Fundraising

In small to medium organisations, CEOs and Board Members have a key role to play in fundraising. This breakfast looks at the basics of recruiting and managing fundraising staff, the roles of CEOs and volunteer board members in fundraising, and other essential lessons for executives in our vital local organisations.

 

When  7.00am for 7.15 – 8:45am, Thursday 12 March 2015

 

Where TBA

 

Cost     FREE

 

More information, including registration details will be made available soon.

 

Fundraisers’ Workshop

Fundraisers’ Update on Results and Trends

What are the latest trends in international and Australian fundraising? How do you distinguish between fad and breakthrough? We look at the most effective fundraising strategies and best return on investment. Participants receive the Effective Fundraisers’ Checklist that will guide them in finding new fundraising sources.

 

When  9.30am – 12 noon, Thursday 12 March 2015

 

Where TBA

 

Cost     FREE

 

More information, including registration details will be made available soon.

 

 

If there are others in your organisation or elsewhere who should receive an invitation to these events, please let us know by contacting Helen Styles: h.s@globalphilanthropic.com or 0468 455 847.