Palngun Wurnangat Aboriginal Corporation
About UsPalngun Wurnangat is an independently owned and operated Aboriginal Women's Corporation based in Wadeye. The women on the Board play a dynamic role in the town's economic, social and cultural development. They own a number of social enterprises that provide vital services to the community, these are the Mi Patha Takeaway, Bakery, Butcher & T-House Café and Retail. The Board's Corporate Office, which once was the Women's Centre houses the Corporation's Art Centre, where women artists specialise in printed fabrics available for sale along with weaving and other artworks.The RoleThe Mi Patha Baker is responsible for baking a wide range of breads, pastries and other baked goods to supply Mi Patha's kitchen, fulfil orders from community agencies and to sell at the Takeaway & T-House Café. This role reports to the Executive Chef.About YouYour 10 + years as a baker will be needed to help you navigate and produce the full range of baked goods for our internal and external customers. You will already know baking is physically demanding, that you will need to have sound knowledge of Food Handling and Food Safety and be accurate in weighing and measuring ingredients. You are confident about working independently, to a tight schedule, to production quotas and in up-skilling and training Aboriginal staff in the art of being a Baker.Some of Your Key Responsibilities / DutiesTake full responsibility for bakery operations and daily baking targets by ensuring end-to-end baking processes are followed consistently to ensure product qualityLiaise directly with Executive Chef to ensure adequate supply to the Takeaway and T-House coffee shopInitiative to increase range & salesEnsure healthy bread options, such as multigrain and wholemeal are available on requestResponsible for budget & stock control of your section.Maintain Health and Safety regulations and ensure bakery and all equipment is kept hygienically clean at all times and all maintenance issues are reported promptly to the Executive ChefThis role is based in Wadeye, a remote Aboriginal community in the Northern Territory where relocation is a must (unless of course you are already located in Wadeye!).This is a full-time permanent role with subsidised self-contained accommodation & utilities in a shared compound, 6 weeks annual leave, and salary packaging options are available This position is not suitable for persons with dependants or pets.You must be self-sufficient and able to cope with the difficulties of living in a remote environment.Due to a shortage in housing, couples are encouraged to apply - please see our other roles currently advertised within the organisation and reference each other in your application if applying as a couple.Applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people are encouraged
Part Time (67 hours per fortnight)Work with an organisation committed to social justiceWintringham promotes ongoing training and professional excellenceSalary Packaging, Meals and Entertainment PackagingHigher than award wagesBased in Avondale Heights, VICWintringham provides aged care services to those who are financially disadvantaged and have previously been homeless or are at risk of becoming homeless. Located in Avondale Heights, the Ron Conn home provides high quality accommodation and care to 60 older men and women who require assistance with daily living and personal care.We are currently seeking a motivated and enthusiastic person, to join our Food Service Team as Trade Cook/Chef to prepare and cook appetising nutritious meals for residents and staff. This position would suit someone looking for a senior role and who can be flexible with hours of work.The successful applicant will possess the following:Have previous Experience in a similar role in an aged care environmentA Chef/Catering Qualification would be advantageousExperience working with Cook-Chill preferred.Demonstrable experience as a cook/chef essentialBe able to demonstrate preparation/cooking/presentation skillsHave a strong understanding of food safety and HACCPExperience in volume cateringFood Handling Certificate Level 1 (minimum)Food Safety Supervisor Certificate (preferable)Well developed communication skills and the ability to work as a team player.We are seeking candidates with excellent communication skills, a non judgemental attitude, and the ability to liaise with people form varying socioeconomic backgrounds.For more information about the role you can download a copy of the Position Description by clicking the PD link below.Applications can be directed to Caitlin Kingsley (HR Coordinator) and submitted by clicking on the apply now button below.Applications close at 5pm on Tuesday 22nd August 2017Successful applicants will be required to undergo a police records check
Seeking a fresh start and looking to launch your career in hospitality?We're on the hunt for Hospitality workers - and for those of you who wish to gain a qualification IFYS is offering a FREE 10 week Certificate II in Hospitality Course to eligible job seekers.The course, funded by Queensland Government, gives you the opportunity to gain a Certificate II in Hospitality and offers personalised support to access employment.The next course starts in August in Maroochydore. For more information and to enrol, please contact IFYS on 5438 3000, email firstname.lastname@example.org or come in and talk to us at 108 Parker Street Maroochydore.To register your interest, complete your application form and submit a copy of resume today.
Permanent rolesJoin a team of driven professionals dedicated to high quality care delivery Premium beachside care facility at Hove About EldercareEldercare is one of South Australia's largest and most experienced aged care providers delivering services across Greater Adelaide and the Yorke Peninsula. Following a $4.3m refurbishment, we are excited to soon be reopening Eldercare Oxford, just 350 metres from the beach in the prestigious suburb of Hove, as a 27-bed premium care facility. Oxford will offer a new and innovative style of care not delivered at Eldercare before.About the roleYou will play an instrumental role in ensuring the vision for Eldercare Oxford is realised by providing high quality holistic care that supports each resident's mind, body and spirit. You will work alongside motivated professionals who are committed to delivering exceptional care using the latest technology, creating genuine inter-personal connections and enabling residents to maintain their independence. A team that confidently believes excellence in aged care is achieved by placing residents' needs first so every individual's health, happiness and wellbeing is the best it can be.Duties Responsibility for everyday tasks of laundry and linen services for the siteCapability to clean all areas of the site, including residents' rooms, to a level expected in a premium care facilityMonitor, clean, replenish and maintain Eldercare owned equipment to ensure a quality service can be providedAssist with the preparation and serving of resident food and beverages and ability to provide these services in a homely and welcoming dining environmentDeliver an uncompromising level of service to our residents to provide Eldercare's purpose of "peace of mind with our care"Permanent roles only available with set rosterSkills and experience Extensive prior experience in catering and cleaning, particularly an aged care environmentProven understanding of contemporary housekeeping/cleaning practices to maintain high standards of hygiene and tidiness. Strong interpersonal skills and ability to communicate with a broad range of ages and cultures CultureEldercare's purpose is to deliver peace of mind with our care. We achieve this by ensuring all of our employees live the Eldercare values of respect, accountability and connection every day. We place great importance on fostering a positive workplace culture so you can perform at your best. Our staff told us in a recent survey that the people they work with, the role they perform and their relationships with residents are the key factors that make Eldercare a great place to work. Join us if Eldercare sounds like the right environment for you. Benefits Work for one of SA's largest not-for-profit aged care providersCare for a small number of residents in a premium, newly renovated aged care facilityExciting opportunity to work with a high performing and experienced team of staff specially selected for this siteSalary packaging benefits availableApply For any inquiries about the role, please contact Site Operations Manager, Ryan Midgley, on 0439 257 833.Eldercare encourages respectful relationships and does not accept any form of gender-based violence in the workplace. Eldercare is committed to preventing violence against women and is proud to be part of the White Ribbon Australia Workplace Accreditation Program to support victims of domestic abuse.
No evening work requiredFamily friendly hours (finish by 2 pm!)Urban Deli Cafe is a cafe with a big heart - where great food is combined with a greater purpose!Urban Deli Cafe operates as a Social Enterprise for local family support organisation IFYS, with all proceeds supporting disadvantaged people in our community.As a Not for Profit, IFYS can offer you the benefit of salary packaging. This means you have the option to pay some expenses before tax (e.g. rent) which will boost your take home pay.A full-time position is now available for a dedicated Cook to join the Urban Deli team working Monday to Friday, with the potential to pick up additonal weekend shifts.The successful applicant will have previous experience as a Cook within a fast-paced environment and will possess:Creativity and flair combined with a passion for food and cafe cultureExperience in stock control and ordering to requirementsKnowledge of food safety and the ability to maintain a clean and safe kitchenHigh level of organisational skills and the ability to work at a fast paceProficiency in making gourmet sandwiches, wraps, cakes and hot foodAssist in maintaining oversight of Baristas and Front of House staffIf this sounds like you, apply now with your resume and cover letter, outlining why you're the best candidate for the role.
Seeking a fresh start and looking to launch a career in hospitalityIf you are seeking a vacancy in hospitality, IFYS wants to help you get there.IFYS is funded by Queensland Government's Skilling Queenslanders for Work Initiative, giving you the opportunity to gain a Certificate II in Hospitality and personalised support to gain employment.Courses are starting in Beerwah in September 2017 and Maroochydore in October 2017, January 2018 and April 2018.For more information and to enrol, contact IFYS on 5438 3000 or come in and talk to us at 108 Parker Street, Maroochydore.To register your interest, complete your application form and submit a copy of your resume today.