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  1. Catering Manager

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    QCCC Tamborine is looking for a Catering Manager to lead the hospitality and catering aspects of the venue. A ministry of Queensland Baptists, QCCC Tamborine is a busy, 300+ bed Conference and Camping Centre catering to school groups through the week and a broad variety of weekend groups, operating most weekends. The position will be responsible for managing and supervising 4 kitchens preparing more than 100,000 meals annually within relevant industry and workplace health and safety guidelines.

    To be successful in this role, you’ll need management skills and extensive experience in all aspects of catering, hospitality, and Food Safety. The role will involve hands-on food preparation as well as the responsibility to set work schedules, order stock, oversee food prep & special diets and make sure we comply with health and safety restaurant regulations. You will ensure efficient restaurant operation, as well as maintain high production, productivity, quality, and customer service standards.
    The role includes a generous (above Award) remuneration package.

    The successful applicant will have:

    • An understanding of, and commitment to, the mission and ethos of Queensland Baptists.
    • Appropriate trade qualifications and/or extensive experience in fresh, high volume quality cooking.
    • Proven ability to plan menus with experience and skill in catering for diverse special dietary requirements while working within a budget.
    • A strong customer focus with good interpersonal and communication skills.
    • Staff supervisory experience.
    • An understanding and commitment to Occupational Health and Safety and Food Safety requirements.
    • A strong work ethic with the ability to work unsupervised as well as within a close team.
    • A current Queensland Working with Children Check (or the ability to quickly obtain)

    Please direct all enquiries and/or your application addressing the Selection Criteria, together with a Cover Letter and CV, to:
    Bernie Tane
    Manager
    QCCC Tamborine
    Tel: (07) 5545 1417
    Email: bernie.tane@tamborine.qccc.org.au
    Applications Close: 15th March 2024

  2. Property Supervisor

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    About Us:
    Carinity Shalom is seeking a Property Supervisor to oversee grounds and maintenance for multiple sites based in Rockhampton.

    Responsibilities:

    • Leading Grounds and Maintenance staff within the Rockhampton cluster
    • Ensuring compliance with legislative and policy requirements
    • Performing scheduled and ad-hoc maintenance for properties and grounds

    Requirements:

    • Certification or significant experience in maintenance, carpentry, or related trades
    • Strong leadership and supervisory skills
    • Knowledge of relevant legislative requirements
    • Prior experience in Aged Care settings is highly regarded
    • Excellent interpersonal skills

    Additional Benefits:

    • Employee Assistance Program for staff and their families
    • Not-for-profit salary packaging options
    • Ongoing training and development

    About Carinity:

    Carinity is a not-for-profit organization providing comprehensive community services since 1949, including aged care, retirement living, home care, schools, disability support, counseling, and youth accommodation.

    How to Apply:
    Interested candidates can apply through Carinity’s Careers Page by submitting a cover letter and resume addressing the essential competencies and experiences.

    Carinity encourages applications from people with disabilities and Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander individuals.

  3. School Chaplain (Full-time/ Part-time)

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    • Join a progressive & supportive Not-for-Profit organisation!
    • Full time – Part time role available
    • Based in Condon

    Carinity Education Shalom has an opportunity for a School Chaplain to join the team on a full time – part time basis providing support and pastoral care to students and staff and assisting students in finding solutions for social, emotional and academic problems/barriers. This role required availability from 8:00 am. to 4:06 pm.

    What do I need for the role?

    • Demonstrated experience in chaplaincy, counselling, or other relevant experience, providing pastoral counselling/support services to marginalised adolescent youth and children
    • Skilled in conflict resolution, analytical thinking, collaborative decision-making, and effective time management
    • Ability to develop and maintain positive relationships with internal and external stakeholders
    • Highly developed written, verbal, and interpersonal skills
    • Certificate IV in Chaplaincy and Pastoral Care or equivalent, including mandatory units of completion in Mental Health, Making Appropriate Referrals, and ether Providing Pastoral Care or Working with Youth
    • Valid Work with Children Card (Blue Card)
    • Current Driver’s Licence
    • Ability to lead Chapel and Christian Living classes across Primary and Secondary
    • Ability to create opportunities for faith development of students and advancing the Christian life of the school community
    • Skilled in conflict resolution, analytical thinking, collaborative decision-making and effective time management

    The bonuses of joining the Carinity team

    • Access to our Employee Assistance Program for our staff and their immediate family.
    • Access to extensive not-for-profit salary packaging options (pay less tax).
    • Be part of a team who are passionate about delivering care excellence.
    • Join a value driven organisation, with a culture of caring for others.
    • Ongoing training and development.

    How do I apply?

    Carinity is seeking a motivated and enthusiastic School Chaplain who is committed to working with Carinity Education to make a real difference. If this sounds like you, we want to hear from you!

    For more information, view position description or to apply, visit https://www.carinity.org.au/join-our-team/. Applications should include a brief cover letter and Resume that addresses the Essential Competencies and Experiences.

    Carinity actively encourages and invites applications from people with disabilities and from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people for all our positions.