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Get Ready for the Coming Shortage of Healthcare Providers

Get Ready for the Coming Shortage of Healthcare Providers

There will be a number of job openings to fill when the Baby Boomer generation retires. As Baby Boomers begin to retire and need more medical attention, the demand for healthcare services will skyrocket. This is especially true in the healthcare business.

The shortage of physicians, nurses, specialists, and even caregivers puts a strain on talent acquisition. This is due to the fact that the healthcare sector is now seeing tremendous growth. The Australian Bureau of Statistics projected that by 2025, the healthcare sector would continue to lead in employment. The increasing demand for healthcare is fuelled by ageing baby boomers, which has led to an increase in the number of hospitals and clinics over the years.

Let’s dig into some tips on how to prevent a shortfall in healthcare personnel:

Evaluate and Educate Essential Skill Sets

In addition to the overwhelming pool of individuals competing for jobs, the challenge for talent acquisition staff will be to handle the Millennial generation’s lack of experience and skills. Baby-boomer nurses are leaving the workforce, bringing with them a wealth of expertise and wisdom that can no longer be utilised in the workplace. Companies will need to keep an eye on their entire performance indicators as they try to bring a younger, less competent, and less experienced nursing workforce up to speed when fresh graduates from nursing schools fill these open jobs. To keep recruits happy, engaged, and prepared, HR departments will need to improve their orientation procedures, expedite the onboarding process for new hires, and increase efforts to engage employees.

Offer Relocation Packages that are Reasonably Priced

The physician and specialist shortages will create a service gap, disproportionately impacting individuals outside substantial population centres. In some places, patients needing psychiatric treatment or an OB-GYN may have to drive farther to see their closest expert. This may need talent acquisition to incentivise physicians to relocate to certain places, such as subsidising relocation costs or providing other incentives to promote transfers.

Strategic Recruitment of New Employees Should be a Priority

It’s also crucial that talent acquisition departments devise a comprehensive recruiting plan that focuses on how and where Millennials look for work in order to prepare for the impending healthcare workforce deficit. Targeted social media advertisements employing ad technology may become more relevant in healthcare staffing and job advertising due to the younger generations’ increased social media usage. For this younger breed of tech-savvy workers, it is equally important to make job applications simple to complete on various platforms, such as mobile devices such as smartphones and tablets, as well as laptops.

Ask Recruitment Agencies for Help

When it comes to employing healthcare workers, recruitment agencies may be tremendous assistance. Many companies are turning to agencies to secure their needs to handle the stress that goes with this particular area. They will be able to find the right staff members for your clinic. Numerous agencies concentrate on locating the ideal people to work in health facilities. When it comes to finding a fantastic recruitment agency, there are a few questions you need to ask. You have to make sure the company has experience in recruiting medical professionals. They have to have a good track record to ensure the workers they recruit have the skills and knowledge necessary to get the job done.

Now that you’ve got ideas on how to get ready for the coming shortage of healthcare providers make sure to understand them and apply them to your company’s effort in hiring healthcare workers.

An industry leading Digital Forensics company that delivers world class training, products, and services. The team thrives on a dynamic,

An industry leading Digital Forensics company that delivers world class training, products, and services. The team thrives on a dynamic,

STATUS: This Position Is No Longer Available

Admin / Secretarial / Office Support / Executive Assistant

Permanent / Full Time

Position : EA – Legal Administration

Location : ACT

The Company

Our Client is an industry leading Digital Forensics company that delivers world class training, products, and services. The team thrives on a dynamic, fast paced, and challenging work environment where knowledge and experience come first, and we are constantly striving to provide a level of service beyond those of traditional offerings.

Position Requirements
  
We are looking for a meticulous Legal Coordinator to work with C-suite executives and legal professionals. This individual needs a background in the legal field and must possess a high level of accuracy and attention to detail, be very organized, be able to manage multiple files at once, and have above average communication skills. The ideal candidate should have a genuine interest in the service of others, a willingness and aptitude to conduct client explanations and have a desire to grow with the company.
  
Candidate Requirements 

  • Project co-ordination, time, and schedules management
  • Handling legal, and sensitive correspondence
  •  Point of contact between internal colleagues and external stakeholders at management
  • Assistant to MD regarding Digital Forensic services and training
  • Business/Legal writing and reporting
  • Supporting with drafting correspondence and documents, file management, company secretarial support, maintaining reports, triaging legal work, and managing the flow of sensitive documents, information, and data within the team.

What You Will Need

  • Extensive prior experience in a similar role e. Legal Executive Assistant and/or Practice Management
  • Ability to multitask and prioritise tasks
  • Excellent time management and organisational skills
  • High attention to detail
  • Above average verbal and written communication skills
  • Ability to negotiate
  • Ability to work in a high-pressure environment
  • Ability to hit the ground running
  • A strong showing of initiative and
  • A proactive mind

Security Clearance Requirements

  • NV1 Preferred
  • Australian Citizenship Minimum

  “OPENING THE GATEWAY BETWEEN TALENT & OPPORUNITY”

Should you be interested please apply online. Please feel free to contact Josh on 0427 870 585 only after online submission. If you would like to look at our other unlisted roles, you can find them at:

https://gatewaysynergy.com.au/careers/


How to Apply

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[email protected]

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https://apply.jobadder.com/au3/1909/447903/7w54obduknyehjueomm7eqnu44

The successful candidate will have 3-5 years of experience working as a programmer, with 1-2 years in project or team leadership role

The successful candidate will have 3-5 years of experience working as a programmer, with 1-2 years in project or team leadership role

STATUS: This Position Is No Longer Available

IT & Telecomms / Software – Analyst/Programmer

Permanent / Full Time

Position : Developer – Programmer

Location : Sydney


The Company

Relocate to the ACT

Would you like to work with Australia’s largest provider of Digital Forensics tools and training?
  
My client is looking for a meticulous and technically skilled IT Programmer to work on exciting in­ house digital forensic related research and development projects under the guidance of a Subject Matter Expert.
  
The candidate should have experience with good software engineering practices, designing and developing software solutions to specifications and according to local standards and practices, and with the use of version control systems. In addition, candidates must have excellent English­ language communication skills, interpersonal skills, and be capable of working in an autonomous capacity.
  
Requirements
  
The Role & Requirements 

  • Have 3-5 years of experience working as a programmer, with 1-2 years in project or team leadership role.
  • Have an in-depth knowledge of the tools and workflows required to facilitate code review, and handle code deployments
  • Know how to spot issues with code when reviewing the differences between changes
  • Have strong interpersonal communication skills, and attention to detail
  • Have the ability to take on challenging problems
  • Have the ability to work in an autonomous capacity

  
The candidate requirements 
  

  • Have experience with Ruby, PHP, Powershell or Simillar Programing Languages
  • Be able to write scripts using above languages for automation purposes
  • Understand REST APls and be able to read API documentation and use them effectively
  • Be familiar with TensorFlow and Elastic
  • Have sound HTMLS and CSS3 standards
  • Use GIT as a source control system
  • Have your own toolset or workflow to add to our existing processes
  • Experience with Nuix

  
Essential Criteria

  • Experience will C++ and Python
  • Ability to hit the ground running
  • Skill certifications/qualifications are kept up to date

Security Clearance Requirements:

  • NV1 clearance preferred
  • Australian Citizenship at a Minimum to obtain future clearance 

          “OPENING THE GATEWAY BETWEEN TALENT & OPPORUNITY”

Should you be interested please apply online. Please feel free to contact Josh on 0427 870 585 only after online submission. If you would like to look at our other unlisted roles, you can find them at:

https://gatewaysynergy.com.au/careers/


How to Apply

Send us an email Email Us
[email protected]

Apply online : Click here to apply

https://apply.jobadder.com/au3/1909/447896/7w54obduknyehjueomm7eqnu44

Avoid These Hiring Mistakes!

Avoid These Hiring Mistakes!

A company’s hiring manager serves as a matchmaker and a detective for potential employees. Your brand, your company culture, and the demands of your business should be well-known to a recruiter, who may be the first person to meet your new employee. With the addition of new employees, this crucial function may aid in your company’s progress. On the other hand, some typical errors might prevent its development from attaining its maximum potential. They are as follows:

Being Technologically Outdated

Recruiters must understand people and how to build connections throughout an extensive network. The tech boom has already impacted recruiting in numerous ways, and as more millennials enter the workforce, this trend will only continue. Recruiters that do not use technology in their leads potentially lose talent to much more tech-savvy organizations. Better data and talent pool analytics will enable exceptional recruiters to explain the data’s significance to HR departments and hiring managers. The biggest mistake Human resource teams make is not having a data-driven recruiting plan.

Too Much Eagerness

The line between pursuing a candidate and bothering a candidate may be narrow. When a recruiter is too enthusiastic, they may send a candidate a string of text messages. Candidate outreach should not be overdone since an overabundance of emails, calls or text messages may come off as unprofessional. Candidates may wonder why an employer is so anxious to fill a post.

Misrepresenting a Company’s Image

The recruiter is the first person a potential employee sees when they apply for a job at your company. Thus, your recruiter should not only be aware of your company image but must also represent it—and have explicit knowledge of how potential candidates may relate to the brand. Furthermore, they must express the company’s brand and workplace culture to potential hires clearly and concisely. This is critical for determining if your company and a job applicant are a good fit, and it also has a bearing on talent retention.

Pushing a Poor Match

It’s possible that a candidate who looks fantastic on their resume may not perform well in person. Recruitment professionals must be able to tell whether a candidate isn’t going to be a good fit for their organization for any reason. Your recruiter should be able to tell you when it’s time to let an excellent applicant go rather than attempting to “make things work” by squeezing an applicant into a particular role.

Sticking to what is Shown to be Effective

Rather than sticking with what has worked in the past, an intelligent recruiter should look for new approaches. The excellent recruiter is prepared to let things fail while continuously attempting to improve things, whether it’s exploring new employment sources, trying new recruitment marketing methods, or engaging people in creative ways. Successful businesses are built on creativity and risk-taking, which holds true for hiring. Now that you know the common mistakes recruiters make during their hiring process, it’s essential that you avoid them. Help yourself improve your recruitment process by doing some research and staying up to date with the latest techniques in recruitment.

Seeking experienced Regional Sales Assistant for a Defence equipment solutions company

STATUS: This Position Is No Longer Available

Retail / Duty Manager

Permanent / Full Time

Position : Regional Sales Assistant

Location : Sydney

The Company

Our client is an Australian owned business with a wealth of experience in providing equipment solutions to Defence, Emergency Services and Law Enforcement personnel.

What they offer:

  • Exclusive and market-leading products
  • An amazing team of people to work with
  • Ongoing training and support
  • Generous employee discounts

Our client currently has an exciting role available for an experienced, motivated and customer service driven Regional Sales Assistant to join our team. A key part of the role will be to deliver meaningful, personalised and genuine customer service with a strong focus on
driving sales and teamwork. It will involve managing the merchandising and presentation of the store at all times.
Travel will form a vital part of this role as part of the role’s responsibilities will be to oversee their 3rd party outlets.

Key responsibilities:

  • Provide a high standard of customer service
  • Respond promptly to waiting customers and queues
  • Ability to operate EFT and handle cash with minimal transaction errors
  • Maintain and apply a working knowledge of retail store procedures
  • Solve customer problems or concerns in a timely & efficient manner
  • Maintain and exhibit a comprehensive knowledge of current store products and services to existing and potential customers
  • Ensure products are supplied in alignment with customer orders
  • Cross sell products and services where appropriate
  • Promote products by demonstration and instruction
  • Overseeing pricing, stock control and process received stock
  • Regular travel to ensure our products are displayed to a high standard at our various outlets
  • Follow up on stock orders as required
  • Identify growth and achieve sales targets
  • Undertake store and stock housekeeping activities
  • Pick and pack inventory to replenish their stores
  • Pick and pack website orders each day
  • Banking and reconciliation
  • Any other duties as directed by the National Manager or their delegate from time to time

The candidate requirements: 

  • Minimum 2 years in a leadership role
  • Hands on retail experience
  • Proven ability to resolve customer queries, issues and complaints
  • Proficient admin & computer skills
  • Obtain a current clear police check if application is successful
  • Military experience would be highly regarded

                                                                                                         “OPENING THE GATEWAY BETWEEN TALENT & OPPORUNITY”

Should you be interested please apply online. Please feel free to contact Josh on 0427 870 585 only after online submission. If you would like to look at our other unlisted roles, you can find them at:

https://gatewaysynergy.com.au/careers/


How to Apply

Send us an email Email Us
[email protected]

Apply online : Click here to apply

https://apply.jobadder.com/au3/1909/461170/7w54obduknyehjueomm7eqnu44