Separate groups: All participants




Individual Support


Individual Support


Seeking Qualified and Experienced Personal Care Assistants

You must have completed Cert III or IV in Aged Care as a minimum.

About the role:

* Achieve high quality support to residents with their daily living activities.
* Uphold company values of honesty, teamwork, respect, dignity and accountability.
* Provide excellent customer service.
* Ensure health and safety laws are adhered to at all times.

Duties for a PCA

  • Attend residents with personal hygiene.
  • Attend room service.

·         Assist with feeding as required.

·         Serve meals.

·         Complete progress notes and other daily documentation

·         Attend laundry service.

  • Assisting clients with personal hygiene and getting dressed
  • Assisting clients with housekeeping or other daily errands
  • Providing companionship and emotional support
  • Observing and reporting on changes in the health or status of the client
  • Taking vitals, height, and weight
  • Preparing food and feeding clients
  • Maintaining clients' health equipment
  • Responding to emergency situations
  • Administering medication


Skills and experience:

* Excellent communication and interpersonal skills.
* Enjoys working in a close team environment.
* Reliable, flexible and able to commit to a variety of shifts.
* Certificate III in Aged Care (or equivalent).
* 12 months previous experience within Aged Care (desired but not essential).
* Must be an Australian Citizen or Permanent Resident to apply.
* Applicants must have a valid police clearance.
* Must have proof of having had the influenza vaccination

If you have excellent communication skills and have a friendly and caring nature 


Home & Community Care


Home & Community Care

About Home Instead:

Home Instead is a specialist provider of high-quality in-home care, supporting older people to continue living independently in their own homes with care, companionship, and support.

We are seeking reliable, empathetic, and compassionate In-Home CAREGivers for a number of clients located within the inner east and surroundings. You could be looking to work while you study, working in your chosen career in In-Home Care - Aged Care.

What's on offer our CAREGivers:

• The opportunity to make a lasting difference in people’s life • Flexible hours including weekends, morning, and evening work • Comprehensive on-going training program • A supportive team local to you • 24-hour support from our office • Above Award hourly rates

Essential Requirements:

• Australian drivers Licence is required • Willing to obtain Police Check • Located within the inner east and surrounding suburbs areas • Available to work a minimum of 15-20 hours per week and flexible availability

We look forward to hearing from you and welcoming you to the Home Instead Inner East Team soon!

If you would like to apply please email your resume and coverletter to and attention Tate

Home & Community Care


Home & Community Care

Mercy Health Home Care Services are currently seeking Casual Home Care Workers to support their clients in both the North and North Western suburbs of Melbourne, including (not limited to) Greensborough, Eltham, Brunswick, Mernda, Mill Park, Doreen, Heidelberg and Ivanhoe.


They support their clients to live independently at home by providing respite, personal care, domestic assistance, and assisted shopping and meal preparation. These positions are ideal for students who are looking for flexible, casual work both while studying and after graduation.


Please see current Position Description attached. 


Aged Care


Aged Care

Flexi Support are currently looking to employ Home Care Support Workers/PCA's within the Disability and Aged Care sectors.

Flexi support is looking for students who have completed:

  • Certificate III in Individual Support
  • Certificate IV in Aging Support
  • Certificate IV in Disability
  • Diploma of Nursing

For the full job description please see the attachment.




Casual Wait Staff 

The award-winning Oakridge restaurant is looking for passionate and enthusiastic front of house staff, who have a genuine interest in food and wine. Nestled in the heart of the Yarra Valley with stunning vista’s of the vineyard & surrounding hills, the hatted restaurant is celebrated for showcasing the best local produce and native Australian ingredients. The vibrant kitchen garden also provides inspiration for our ever-evolving, hyper local, seasonal menu and supports our sustainability message that begins with the growing of our vines. As a team we pride ourselves on creating an environment that is relaxed, friendly and supportive with a focus on great guest experiences. Oakridge is looking for motivated individuals to join the team who are willing to immerse themselves in the story of the winery starting with the Oakridge wines and food. As we are open for lunch five days a week, the Oakridge restaurant presents a unique opportunity to work during the day with the occasional evening event. While similar experience in a hatted restaurant or winery is preferred it is not essential, we are ready to coach anyone that wants to learn. 

Please see attachement for full job description.

Home & Community Care


Home & Community Care

Positions for Care Companions at Mercy Health Aged Care in Montrose are currently available. There are multiple positions for candidates who have completed or are working towards a qualification in Aged Care or Individual Support. The centre is at Mercy Health Care, a newly refurbished Aged Care Centre located in Montrose and we have 7 days a week, casual, part time and full shifts available for the right applicants.   Shifts are 7.00am to 3.00pm, 4.00pm to 9.00pm. 


If you are interested in applying please forward your resume


Early Childhood Educator


Early Childhood Educator

TeamKids is an employer of choice in the OSHC industry. 

We deliver remarkable Before, After and Holiday Programs to children in Melbourne, Sydney, Brisbane, ACT and the Gold Coast, every day. Working at TeamKids, is a bit like being part of an extended family. 

We nurture and help you grow your professional career, all while helping you to realise your true potential. You’ll get to work with an amazing and talented group of people who genuinely have the child’s welfare at the heart. 

Our main programs are for children aged 5-12 and are largely based out of Primary Schools. We also offer ELC programs at select services. 

Our Before and After Care programs generally operate from 7am to 9am in the mornings and from 3:30pm to 6pm in the afternoons throughout the school year during term time. 

Our School Holiday Programs generally operate Monday to Friday from 8am to 6pm throughout 12 weeks of the year that coincide with the state school holiday periods.

 We are passionate about bringing life to experiences that are fun, safe, and as enjoyable as possible. 

TeamKids is a sector leader, and the only provider with a low ratio of 1:10. 

Working at TeamKids, you’ll gain valuable work experience and the ability to grow through our professional development program, with key networking opportunities that can help take your career to the next level. 

We look forward to welcoming you to the team.

Please see attached document for the application process.

Early Childhood Educator


Early Childhood Educator

Emmikins ELC caters to up to 60 children daily, from 6 weeks to 6 years. Our program focuses on playful early learning.

We are currently looking for a committed & enthusiastic part-time (up to 37.5 hours/week) Diploma qualified early childhood educator for the Toddler Room.

Our Toddler Room is a cozy room with a homely feel to it and direct access to our outdoor area.

We accommodate 15-20 children between the ages of 2 and 3 years.

We offer:

-Mentoring and support from the Educational Leader as well as our experienced Center Director.

-Close to public transport

-Rotating Rosters

-Supportive and friendly team

-Professional development opportunities and supported learning

-Fantastic resources and great kids/families

-Management and a team that will have your back

We require you to:

-hold (or be currently enrolled with the majority complete) a Certificate III or Diploma of Early Childhood Education and Care

-understand and adhere to the Early Years Learning Framework and the National Quality Framework

-have a positive team spirit and embrace working in a diverse team

-can communicate effectively and respectfully with your colleagues and families

-have excellent English language skills

-have a sunny and kind personality with a positive attitude.

-be flexible with your availability, center hours are 6:30 am to 6:30 pm

Please also note that if you hold an overseas qualification, this must be approved by ACECQA and you must have the right to live and work in Australia.

Job Type: Part-time with the potential to move into full time

Wage: Willing to negotiate above award rates for the right candidate





Australia unity are looking hire some aspiring cooks/ chefs for their aged care facility at Vermont. Candidates necessarily do not have to be fully qualified and perhaps still at Tafe. They provide very robust induction, orientation and on the job training and all we ask for is a commitment to be part of our team.

Their current rate of pay is $28 per hour plus penalty rates on weekends and public holidays. Candidates can choose to be employed full-time, part time or casual basis as we are pretty flexible with our rosters.

Aspiring candidates please contact Beatrice Chef Manager at 0412310418 during office hours.


Any further questions please contact Beatrice on the number mentioned above.




Position title:       Finance Assistant

Location:               Women’s Health East, 1/125 George Street Doncaster East Victoria.

Hours:                    19.5 hours per fortnight

Tenure:                  Fixed-term contract 30 June 2024

Salary:                   Social and Community Services Employee Level 4, pay rate as per schedule of contractual terms. Salary packaging provisions apply


Accountability:    Reports to the Finance Manager


Women’s Health East – About us

Women’s Health East is the women’s health promotion agency for the eastern metropolitan region of Melbourne. We improve health outcomes for women across the seven local government areas of Yarra Ranges, Knox, Maroondah, Manningham, Monash, Whitehorse and Boroondara. Women’s Health East influences women’s health and wellbeing at a regional, state-wide and national level. Our vision is equality, empowerment, health and wellbeing for all women. Women’s Health East’s organisational values are inclusion, respect, integrity and excellence. 


Women’s Health East partners with state and local governments, health and community organisations, and others with a role in improving health outcomes for women. With a focus on Melbourne’s eastern region, we:

  • Provide leadership, expertise and support to initiatives addressing our key priorities
  • Facilitate collaborative, integrated responses to our key priorities
  • Implement and support an intersectional approach to women’s health promotion
  • Enhance the capacity of our partners to improve service system access and responsiveness for all women
  • Shape responses to women’s health and wellbeing needs through the translation of evidence into practice, advocacy, consultancy and research
  • Influence public policy and the public discourse on issues relevant to improving health outcomes for women
  • Deliver training and education programs, opportunities for collective learning, resources, and support to build workforce and organisational excellence in women’s health and wellbeing.


Our strategic priorities are to advance gender equality, prevent violence against women, and improve women’s sexual and reproductive health.


Position summary  

Under the direction of the Finance Manager, the Finance Assistant is responsible for supporting Women’s Health East’s core financial processes including the day-to-day finance function. The role involves ensuring financial transactions are efficiently processed and financial records are accurately maintained, which ensures that the financial reporting supports Women’s Health East’s operations and governance requirements.


The Finance Assistant is a member of the business operations team and is responsible for processing fortnightly payroll, as well as processing weekly accounts payable and accounts receivable and providing support to the Finance Manager in other bookkeeping functions, as required. The Finance Assistant operates in a highly confidential capacity and is a trusted professional who provides high-quality financial administration.


Key performance areas and responsibilities


·        Undertake timely and accurate processing of payroll on a fortnightly basis and ensure the accuracy of calculations regarding employee entitlements, PAYG and superannuation.

·        Process salary packaging payments and reimbursements.

·        Process and pay supplier accounts and process and reconcile debtor accounts.

·        Reconciliation of bank statements and credit card transactions and reconciliation of agreed general ledger accounts.

·        Assist with key functions of the human resource management software, as required.

·        Assist the Finance Manager with the preparation of organisational financial reports.

·        Assist staff with adherence to Women’s Health East’s finance and other policies and procedures and internal controls.

·        Assist the Finance Manager with external audit requirements.


Supervision, performance and professional development


·        Ensure all work is delivered to a high quality and in a timely manner for the approval of the Finance Manager.

·        In collaboration with the Finance Manager, participate in the development, monitoring and review of a clear work plan that sets out objectives, activities and outcomes for the position.

·        Participate in regular supervision to discuss work performance that ensures the delivery of timely and high-quality financial support.  

·        Actively participate in performance and professional development activities, including undertaking annual performance appraisals, training and development plans, and identify personal and professional development opportunities. 

·        Actively participate in regular review of workload, work planning and agreements on flexible work arrangements. 


Contribute to collaborative processes to achieve organisational goals, objectives and outcomes


·        Contribute to the delivery of Women’s Health East’s operational plans relevant to the business operations team.

·        Foster an organisational and team culture of respect, collaboration, and excellence in line with Women’s Health East vision, purpose and values. 


Other responsibilities


·        Participate in Women’s Health East organisational and business and operation team meetings and development activities as relevant.

·        Role model respectful and professional behaviour within the work environment at all times, including displaying initiative, openness, honesty, genuineness and transparency.

·        Take a continuous quality improvement approach to work and participate in organisational quality improvement activities as relevant to this position.

·        Adhere to the Women’s Health East Code of Conduct, and all policies, procedures and legislative requirements that includes carrying out one’s duties in a manner that does not adversely affect their or others occupational health, safety and wellbeing.

·        Perform other duties as required that are within the range of the employee’s skills, competency and training.


Key selection criteria


1.      Certificate IV in Accounting and Bookkeeping or equivalent

2.      Accounting and bookkeeping experience, skills, and knowledge.

3.      Sound knowledge and experience of the accounting package Xero (including payroll).

4.      Experience undertaking timely and accurate processing of payroll.

5.      Experience undertaking financial transactions including accounts receivable and payable.

6.      Knowledge and understanding of Australian Accounting Standards, including taxation law as it relates to payroll, superannuation, FBT and other regulatory requirements. 

7.      Well-developed problem-solving skills and ability to effectively use initiative.

8.      Capacity to show initiative, work flexibly and independently as part of a team.


Desirable criteria

1.      A tertiary qualification in accounting or other relevant course, such as Business/Accounting or Commerce.

2.      Bookkeeping and accounting work experience in the not-for-profit sector.

3.      Knowledge of Employment Hero and KeyPay software packages.


Other requirements


1.      National Police Check certificate.

2.      Current Victorian driver’s licence.

3.      Proof of COVID-19 vaccination or a medical exemption.

4.      Access to a comprehensively insured vehicle.

5.      Pre-existing injury or illness declaration prior to appointment to position.

6.      Employee privacy, confidentiality and security agreement prior to appointment to position.

7.      New employee induction operational policies and procedures to be completed upon appointment.


Performance monitoring


An initial review of performance will be undertaken within six months of commencement. Annual appraisals and support for development will relate to the key performance areas and responsibilities, as detailed above.

Please note to apply for this role the applicant needs to identify as female.

To apply please email your resume to: