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Accounts Assistant

We are looking for an enthusiastic Accounts Assistant to assist in all aspects of the Finance function.

The Accounts Assistant will be responsible for:

  • All Aspects of accounts Payable processing and reconciliation
  • All aspects of Accounts Receivable including credit control
  • Bank reconciliation and payment processing
  • Assisting payroll

The successful applicant will have:

  • Proven experience within accounts or finance-focused position
  • Strong attention to detail
  • Excellent communication skills
  • A can-do attitude, and be a team player
  • The ability to work in Australia
  • Experience in Xero


Registered Nurse – Home Care

An exciting opportunity for a registered nurse to join our team on a full-time basis has opened up. The person will operate the Home Care package that specializes in personalized, flexible home care so that families can keep their loved ones at home. Providing care in a person’s own home means care can be tailored specifically to the client’s needs, rather than offering a blanket approach that suits the majority.


  • Co-ordination of client care needs, including assessment, case management and developing individualized Care Plan
  • Complete ACFI documentation and comprehensive assessments
  • Working with clients, families & representatives to link with local networks GP’s, allied health, hospital teams and clinical specialists to assist clients in managing their health at home
  • Providing leadership and support to Care Assistants
  • Liaising with clients and their significant others, and members of a multidisciplinary team to achieve positive client outcomes 
  • Ensuring Compliance 

Role Requirements

  • Minimum Diploma in nursing with current AHPRA Registration 
  • 2+ years experience in a similar role 
  • Current First Aid and CPR 
  • Current Police Screening Certificate
  • Driver’s License 

Preferred skills 

  • Proven experience with managing staff
  • Mandatory annual Influenza Vaccination
  • Knowledge with ACFI knowledge
  • Sound clinical knowledge
  • Good computer & mobile device skills
  • A strong understanding of what is required to support the needs of older people
  • A strong understanding of what is required to support the needs of the elderly. It is also essential to have good judgment, quick decision-making, excellent communication, staff management and administrative skills.



Support Workers 

Support worker – Position Description


The Disability Support Worker is responsible for implementing training and support services aimed at maximising the living, employment, social and recreational skills of people with a disability. Community inclusion, independence, decision making, and personal choice should be promoted through these supports, with a focus on individual needs. The Disability Support Worker is a valued member of the Pharaoh Care team. The Disability Support Worker contributes to the development of service practice through regular staff meetings, planning processes and policy reviews. All service delivery must be in line with the Policies and Procedures of Pharaoh Care and the requirements of the QLD Disability Services Act.

If you’d like to apply,  please email your resume and the application form to [email protected]

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